keep it simple, the agile way

January 23, 2022

keeping it simple

“Some complicate simple things,
others make complicated things simple. Keep it simple the Agile Way”

~ Mark Samraj

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A true cure would not injure, need a definition change, become so divisive it splits families.

A true cure doesn’t require secrecy of ingredients, mandates, societal ostracizations, dissolution of informed consent, threats or incentives to doctors.

A true cure speaks for itself and doesn’t need corporate sponsorships or media outlets.

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viruses are exosomes

What we are calling a virus, is actually the cells in your body producing Exosomes to remove dead cells and toxins. The elimination of toxic matter from the body creates symptoms, which we have been taught to believe is a cold or flu. The human body purges toxins and dead cells at the same time the weather changes from hot to cold, just like when the trees know when to shed their leaves. Research Antoine Bechamp and his terrain model. Germ theory is a hoax, there is no such thing as a contagious virus.

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3 Comments on “keep it simple, the agile way

  1. I love that meme about Exosome theory. I think it’s true. I have allergies but I’ve never caught the flu from anyone (as far as I can remember). I’m not sure if I’ve even had the flu, to be honest.

    • I’ve had the flu once in my life…I’m prone to pneumonia. I like to think of “being sick” as a body’s reaction to something. Like allergies…it’s your body’s reaction to something your system sees as being “bad” and is trying to get rid of it and protect you. You can apply this to any reaction you have to something.

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