dwtruthwarrior 2 points ago +2 / -0

The way he said that quote and in a room full of military…that moment alone I knew something was up.

dwtruthwarrior 4 points ago +4 / -0

There it’s is! Thanks 👊🏻

dwtruthwarrior 6 points ago +6 / -0

Does anyone have the Q post where he/they discuss the question as to if we are alone in the universe? I remember there was some discussion of that somewhere. Thanks!

dwtruthwarrior 5 points ago +5 / -0

Crimes against children will unite the world.

dwtruthwarrior 9 points ago +9 / -0

Here are some of my shownotes:

  1. “Biotoxins have been used in war and terrorism since the beginning of civilization,” said Mishra, professor of neurology at the Keck School of Medicine. “The ancient Indian literature has described using snake venom and poisonous arrows against enemies. History holds many of these accounts.”

Mishra recently presented a historical tour and description of biological weapons at the annual meeting of the American Academy of Neurology in Honolulu. As outgoing chair of the McHenry Award subcommittee of the Academy’s history section, and now chair of the American Neurological Association’s history section, Mishra has a unique perspective on lessons to be learned from the past.

Poisons are part of a deadly heritage. As far back as 1000 B.C., Chinese fighters poisoned drinking water with arsenic, Mishra said. The Assyrians in 600 B.C. poisoned their enemies’ water, as well, but with rye ergot—a fungus growing on grains that can cause gangrene, convulsions and eventually death.

At about the same time, among the ancient Greeks, Solon of Athens is said to have used hellebore roots—a purgative—to poison an aqueduct during the siege of Cirrha. And accounts indicate that the Carthaginians slipped mandrake root into the wine of their enemies.

The ancients also used noxious smoke to subdue their foes, Mishra continued. The Chinese are said to have pumped arsenic fumes with bellows toward their opponents. Some even used animals as weapons: Hannibal’s army, for example, hurled pots of snakes onto the ships of King Eumenes of Pergamus.


  1. Rabbit-hole of the week:

"Despite financial difficulties after World War II, the business began to thrive again, pioneering a new approach to drug design. Successful products included the first leukaemia drug, immune suppressants for organ transplants, and antivirals such as AZT, the first drug approved to treat HIV.

Towards the end of the 20th century, the Wellcome Trust decided to sell the company, which is now part of GlaxoSmithKline and no longer has any ownership or governance relationship with Wellcome. We do work with GlaxoSmithKline, as we work with many other healthcare companies, when it helps us to achieve our mission." https://wellcome.org/who-we-are/history-wellcome

  1. "Until recently, our shareholders were predominantly individual investors. These individuals invested in Ophirex in large part because of our commitment to address the medical need presented by snakebite — especially in under-resourced areas — as well as diseases and conditions with related mechanisms of illness and injury, to the extent we are capable.

In recognition of our development efforts, we have also won multiple grants from the U.S. Department of Defense and an award from the Wellcome Trust.

WHO Roadmap Aims to Reduce Envenoming Burden; Cites Varespladib As population growth and climate change bring snake and human environments ever closer together, the threat of snake envenoming to humans and domestic animals is increasing. In 2017, the World Health Organization (WHO) recognized the devastating harm inflicted by venomous snakes when it added envenoming to its list of Neglected Tropical Diseases (NTD). Today, fatalities due to envenoming nearly surpass those of most other diseases on the NTD list combined.

The WHO’s 2019 roadmap for reducing the burden of envenoming encouraged development of new technologies. Ophirex’s varespladib answers that call and, in 2019, was specifically and affirmatively cited by the WHO Snakebite Envenoming Working Group as warranting accelerated development.

The roadmap’s success requires a relentless effort from all parts of the globe. We are grateful to the many individuals and organizations that have helped us in our progress." https://www.ophirex.com/funding-and-collaboration

  1. “The worshipful society of apothecaries…” https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Worshipful_Society_of_Apothecaries

  2. “Crime is common. Logic is rare. Therefore it is upon the logic rather than upon the crime that you should dwell.”

  • Arthur Conan Doyle
dwtruthwarrior 5 points ago +5 / -0

Glad to be here, I have much to learn and social media is killing my brain energy lol

dwtruthwarrior 4 points ago +4 / -0

ya it went way overtime today due to it being a roundtable chat, but we went very deep on this. we talked about this venom theory from some new angles, new evidence, and focused specifically on how venom in general is their (medical serpent cult) new (ancient?) shiney toy in the drug/vaccine industry, pesticide/agricultural industry, bioweapons research, even the beauty industry.

They figured out in at least the 70’s how to create synthetic venoms quite easily and have perfected how to build into the perfect weapons platform. (Think CIA heart attack gun and much, much more). Most of the drugs/vaccines on the market are venom-based. Most of the chemicals and pesticides Monsanto (now owned by BAYER) makes, are venom based. Most of the chemicals/cleaners they put in the water supply are also. Even the makeup industry is now starting to employ various venoms in their recipes. All sold as "medicinal". All of the new wellcome trust (look those guys up) funded medical research is moving into synthetic venoms and it is far more sophisticated than many realize. I personally think this is a major part of the transhuman agenda, Braun and Ardis concur. Perhaps they want to eradicate the organic human by altering the genetics to be more reptilian-like (many practical reasons for this as well as ritualistic no doubt). We talk about how venoms, particularly from serpents, have been used in bio-warfare since ancient China/India/Egypt/Rome right up to the present day.

We are battling an ancient serpent cult after all…🐍