In the United States chart Pluto once again conjuncts the natal Pluto in the 2nd house of money, earnings and the financial health of a society (27 degrees Capricorn). I shared in my Pluto return video that corruption and dysfunction is being reveled to enable us to make better decisions.
When profits are tied to human life rest assured profit will be the overriding focus of an industry known for it's corruption and psychopathic behavior.
~ Note: I do not watch corporate owned media but rather independent research and articles from those in the medical community and news outlets.
"If scientifically informed opinions are suppressed, censored, or artificially denied access to the public sphere, as has happened frequently throughout the Covid-19 pandemic, the loser is not just the censored scientists, but the science itself, and human progress more generally," Thunder wrote.
Since the beginning of the pandemic, doctors, nurses, journalists and other frontline workers have courageously criticized or scrutinized inadequate responses to COVID-19. For doing so, many of them have been threatened, attacked or arrested.
The Rise of Self-Censorship - If you're feeling increasingly anxious saying what you think, you’re not alone.
A platform’s user agreement is rarely an attention-drawing document. However, early this October, PayPal ignited online discussion with its newest policy. What attracted criticism was an unusual provision stating that the company would fine its customers an astounding $2,500 in damages for spreading “misinformation.”
This year, we’ve also come to realize that Pfizer, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have all repeatedly lied about the safety and effectiveness of the shots, as Pfizer’s own trial data show they’re about as dangerous as they come. The only reason we now know this is because the FDA was sued and forced by a judge to release the trial data they initially wanted to keep hidden for 75 years. Pfizer data is now being released at a pace of 55,000 pages per month and these batches have proven to be a treasure trove of bad and worse news.
In mid-June 2022, the United States became the first country in the world to grant emergency use authorization (EUA) for COVID jabs for toddlers as young as 6 months. December 8, 2022, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration authorized the updated bivalent COVID boosters for this age group as well.
The reformulated bivalent shots were authorized for adults, based on antibody levels in mice, just three months earlier. The FDA has zero data on its use in babies. Initial data is not expected until January 2023, yet they authorized the shot for babies anyway.
“Compared to those who did not receive COVID-19 vaccine, those who received either the first or second dose had a significantly increased risk of myocarditis or pericarditis,” the study authors wrote. “In addition, those who received the second dose of COVID-19 vaccine had a higher risk of myocarditis/pericarditis compared with those who received only the first dose of COVID-19 vaccine.”
“I have a government that’s telling me that I have to say ‘safe and effective’ and if I don’t, my license is at threat. We’re seeing an uptick in myocarditis, we're seeing an uptick in adverse reactions. Something is extremely wrong”. ~ Pediatrician Dr Renata Moon MD
Peter A. McCullough, MD, MPH™
Autopsy studies have been valuable in each and every case of death after taking it. The majority will show a recognized and accepted fatal problem (blood clot, myocarditis, progression of ASCVD, GBS, multi-system inflammatory disorder, VITT, etc). A total of 25, or 71%, had a final diagnosis consistent with a vaccine injury, including myocardial infarction, worsening heart failure, vascular aneurysm, pulmonary embolism, fatal stroke and vaccine-induced thrombotic thrombocytopenia.
More embalmers report bizarre blood clots amid COVID vax campaign
Professor at Stanford School of Medicine
“For young men, the MRNA vaccines cause myocarditis at unacceptable rates”
Housing in the US
Investors bought 24% of all single-family houses sold nationwide last year, up from 15% to 16% annually going back to 2012, according to a Stateline analysis of data provided by CoreLogic, a California-based data analytics firm. That share dipped only slightly in the first five months of 2022 to 22%.