10 Tips For Better Discernment With Current Events And Conspiracy Theories


Discernment is defined as the ability to judge well – and now, more than ever, we desperately need to hone our judgement skills in order to combat the incredible amount of fake news coming from the mainstream media/science/religious establishment and from the clickbait disinfo disseminated through conspiracy theory culture.

If only we were taught proper critical thinking skills during our time in grade school… though it’s quite foolish for us to expect our government to arm our minds with the tools necessary to keep ourselves sovereign and free. It’s in their best interest not to! They like to teach us what to think, not how to think – otherwise known as brainwashing.

So we must take it upon ourselves to strengthen our discernment. It’s often said or thought that discernment is something given to us by an outside force, “pray for discernment” – and to this I disagree, we must be active in the practice. It’s not given, it’s built, honed, forged. Through research, experience, and practical knowledge does our discernment get better, and we can choose to strengthen all of these qualities.

We must take responsibility for ourselves and our own mental acuity, to break free from the mental shackles that dark forces upon this planet are trying to keep us in. By getting ourselves physically, mentally, and spiritually stronger do we have a fighting chance against these principalities and can defeat the disinformation and manipulation plaguing our world.

Don’t forget – the stronger your body is, the stronger your mind can become. Eat well, sleep enough, exercise properly, limit the bad shit. Don’t underestimate your physical health and it’s impact on your mental state.

You’re not just making yourself into a strong, badass, free thinking human for yourself, but humanity depends on you. Where we go one, we go all.

Here are the ten tips of honing Discernment when it comes to verifying mainstream media reports and claims given in the Truth/Disclosure/Patriot movement:

1) Be Mindful Of Your Emotions

Emotions can be one of the biggest barriers to proper critical thinking. When we are engaged in emotional reaction rather than calm, collective reasoning, we can get easily caught up by weak logic and false claims. The primal, fight-or-flight centers of our sub-conscious mind are activated rather than the centers responsible for self-awareness and higher learning. When evaluating something that’s getting you heated, do your best to control your emotions with techniques that work for you, whether that be breathing exercises to stimulate the parasympathetic side of your nervous system (the relaxing aspect of it), a quick meditation, going for a walk, talking through the situation with an unbiased friends, or whatever suits you best.

It also goes to note that social media influencers will use emotionally driven content to suck followers into their grift. I was talking to woman in my Telegram chat the other day who got sucked into this totally fraudulent influencer only because they talked about saving children, and because of that one topic this follower then believed everything else they were claiming and thought they were honest. Have to be careful of that sort of virtue signaling.

2) Identify Sources And Their Legitimacy

Identifying the source, their possible bias, and their credibility is more important than ever. Is the information you’re reading coming from a mainstream source? Where are they on the left/right/independent spectrum? Do they have a vested interest in skewing the narrative of the story? Are they identifying the source for the claims within the article or video, or keeping them anonymous? Are you hearing this claims on social media? Is the social media influencer reliable or not? It’s crucial to reserve judgement about the reliability of an influencer until they prove to you that they can be trusted and don’t have an underlying motivation of money or fame. As described in #1, the virtue signaling can be employed by internet personalities to rope in a following and more of these supposed “honest” and “truth-based patriot” personalities might value money and fame than you think. Same goes for mainstream media outlets, too, in their valuing of money and clicks. The love of money is the root of evil!

3) Question Basic Assumptions

Our society is built with illusion upon illusion, so must set our egos aside and question even our own basic assumptions about what we think we know. Consistently plays Devil Advocate with yourself, “what if I’m wrong about this or that?”. Don’t be emotionally tied to your own belief systems, and be a detached observers of your own thoughts and beliefs. Unfortunately this is very difficult for some people, as their whole sense of self is tied deeply into their belief structures and if they dare question these beliefs, then their self security is shattered. Don’t be this person, you will be just fine questioning your long standing ideas about reality.

4) Search For Other Opinions

One person will never have the absolute truth or be an expert about everything, so searching out aficionados and adding their perspectives to the picture you are creating about a situation can be very helpful. Use caution about the so-called “experts” shoved into your face by establishment media and science though, for these are often experts in nothing but propaganda. The beauty about social media is that it can connect you to individuals and their ideas that we never would have gotten otherwise. Search through comment sections, find alternative blogs, check YouTube videos and social media posts, you could find a plethora of information and opinions in these areas that can be very helpful in analyzing a situation.

5) Remember That You Don’t Know What You Don’t Know

The “Knowns” are either the things we are aware of and understand, or things we are aware of but don’t understand. The “Unknowns” are the things we understand but are not aware of, or the things we are neither aware of nor understand. Wrap your head around that one. So when analyzing a situation, typically we are trying to better understand the things are aware of, or become aware of the things we already understand. That last category, “things we are neither aware of nor understand”, or the things we don’t know that we don’t know, is the difficult one, and what we should remember when going through that deduction process. What am I not even aware of in this situation? Admitting that there could be something out there not even on your radar, can help that detail surface in your consciousness leading to a more full understanding.

6) Even Experts Can Be Misled

On one hand it might be good to seek out the opinion of experts in the field as described in point #4 above, but it should be noted that just because someone is identified as an “expert”, a “doctor”, has a “PhD” next to their name, has a fancy diploma or license, etc., does not make them an all knowing authority on a subject. In fact, that may just mean they have been incredibly brainwashed by the establishment with a particular narrative that is totally ass-backwards. Think of it: when you have an “authority” person paying $100,000+ for their degree and spending 8 years of their life at this expensive university, they have a vested interest in defending the information they were told, no matter how wrong it might be, and their ego will fight to it’s death to avoid being proven wrong. Our “higher learning” system is not designed to build critical thinkers as much as people who are good at memorization and can regurgitate what they’re told. Crucial to remember.

7) Know Your Logical Fallacies

Find a list of logical fallacies and memorize it. Knowing how to identify these fallacies in one’s argument can go a long way is spotting when their argument is failing, and knowledge of them can also help you strengthen your own arguments. While names vary, commonly known and used logical fallacies include the Strawman Fallacy, the Appeal to Authority, the Burden of Proof Fallacy, Ad Hominem Arguments, Circular Arguments, the Bandwagon Fallacy, and others.

8) Demand Details

Too many times a social media post will be made with a grand claim, and loads of people will automatically accept it without any call for proof or evidence that this claim is legitimate. Someone who is being honest with their reporting should be offering necessary and relevant details in their original post, and if they don’t they should be more than willing to offer them when inquired after the fact. This same goes for mainstream media reporting. Who, what, where, when, why, and how? One of the question I ask myself most when seeing internet claims, especially on social media, is “how would they know this?”. An often needed question with how many influencers claims or insinuate that they have some sort of “inside source” giving them information. “Sauce it or toss it” is one of my favorite adages for a lack of evidence to prove the claims people make.

9) The 24 Hour Rule

In this word of clickbait culture, too many mainstream, alternative, and independent journalists value being first over waiting to get their facts straight about a story because they prioritize getting the shares and likes on their posts rather than having content with substance. This has led many information consumers to adopt a wise approach they call a 24 or 48 Hour Rule, meaning one should wait a day or two for more facts to arise about a situation before making any sort of conclusion about it. Having patience and the ability not to let emotions make one jump to any rash judgements can go a long way in making one a successful critical thinker.


Use Different Search Tools

By search tools, I mean more than just search engines like Google or DuckDuckGo, but using a variety of tools like reverse image searching, web archive, and search functions on social media platforms. Reverse image searching on websites like Tineye can go a long way in verifying is photographs are real, where they come from, and whether or not they have been posted on the internet before. The search functions on social media platforms like Twitter or Telegram are highly underrated, and can be used to find quite a bit of information that may not be present on blogs, websites, or in a Google search.

Having patience and persistence is all you really need to create yourself a fine tuned bullshit detector. Be careful with your emotions, be mindful of your beliefs, and be active in sourcing and fact checking the claims you see on the internet. We must build ourselves into the free, critically thinking persons that we are destined to be, no authority, institution, or other individual will do that for us. Our apathy and intellectual laziness is what got us into this mess of a society, and to that let’s say: No More!

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What If Viral Theory is Wrong? What If It is Right?


These are crucial questions, but do theories matter? All theories are incomplete, for they cannot possibly hope to describe reality. They only approximate it. However, in our bottomless insecurity, we need explanations of things to know why and understand even if our understanding is wrong.

Once we have a concept, it eventually gets etched in stone, in the stonework of our consciousness. No one gives up their ideas easily, no matter what those ideas are. So people identified with concepts end up hating change because they are into the authority of their concepts. Change becomes abhorrent simply because it destroys the foundation of their cherished worlds.

The virus theory is only a working theory that the scientific community has accepted. It does not mean it is true or accurately describes reality. By definition, theories, ideas, concepts, and beliefs are mental constructs our minds cherish but these levels of mind only approximate reality but are NEVER reality itself.

Concepts can be dangerous. People attached to this level of mental reality love authority. It’s all or nothing for most on this level. You are with or against us, and in the area of viruses, you are all for vaccinations or against their use. If viruses don’t exist, what is the justification for vaccines? The Supreme Court in Germany already ruled that the measles virus has never been proven to exist, and there are severe doubts from serious medical scientists about the AIDS virus.

But to diehard vaccinationists, proof does not matter. If we believe it to exist, it exists. There is just too much money and special interest groups involved to trust anything that is said to us about viruses and all the vaccines designed to combat them. So we need to take a hard look at the crucial issues involved, the science, the biology, and then we can decide which concept and medical practices to utilize.

The Color of Conceptual Consciousness is True Blue

In this video, Dr. Andrew Kaufman explains what exosomes are and what viruses are not. It is not difficult to theorize that viruses and exosomes are one-in-the-same. Exosomes are essential to health because they carry toxins out of sick cells. Toxicity in food, air, water, drugs, electromagnetic exposure, or old age penetrates deep into our cells, and they need to find a way out, or we die, get cancer, or a host of other diseases.

Hundreds of millions of people worldwide have toxicity embedded in their teeth with mercury amalgam. Stress is a toxin from emotional or mental turmoil, which has only increased for most people as the years have passed. Relationships tend to give us a lot of stress, as does the increasing background of radioactivity that is also increasing. Mercury is invisibly blanketing the earth and everything on it, yet idiot politicians can only cry about carbon dioxide.

Though there may be no such things as viruses as virologists would like to believe there are, that does not stop viral laboratories from playing around with these exosomes/viruses to make them more vicious in what is called gain of function research.

The exosome theory goes like this: as your cells are exposed to various environmental toxins and other assaults, they react by bundling up genetic material into what is a tiny protein ball. These are called exosomes, and as they are carried out of your body, they serve several different purposes. The above video does an excellent job of comparing viral theory with exosome theory; ignore the unnecessary intro.

Viral Theory is Wrong

The End of Germ Theory || Must Watch Documentary (bitchute.com)

This is the best documentary that debunks the germ theory of disease. The real problem with that theory is that it conveniently ignores chemical and heavy metal poisoning as the cause of disease inside the cells. The real meaning of the word virus is poison. We certainly know that they are not living organisms.

What if bacteria and fungus inside of us thrive when there are more poisons for them to mop up? What if that is their real purpose. If one is serious about getting to the bottom of this critical controversy, one will study this video and another by the same author. Remaining ignorant about this will leave you and your loved ones vulnerable to the Vaccine Gods from Hell.

The way it was explained to me by an actual virologist, one that doesn’t tow the party line, was this; there are toxins in every corner of our lives. From the water we drink/bathe into the air we breathe and the foods we eat. Our bodies detox themselves on a cyclic basis. Kind of like a woman’s monthly cycle. The detox shows up, just like a Herx. But we label it as the seasonal flu—nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, exhaustion. But what looks like the contagious flu is actually the people around you syncing up biologically. Ever known of several women living in the same house? Their cycles will eventually be in sync. So what looks like something contagious is everybody doing their yearly detox from all the crap they’ve put into their bodies or exposed themselves to. If you study the Spanish flu, not one caregiver gets sick. The sick people were given/exposed to poisonous chemicals via nasty chemicals in the vaccines.

Louis Pasteur convinced a skeptical medical community that contagious germs cause disease; his “germ theory” now serves as the official explanation for most illnesses. However, in his private diaries, he unequivocally states that he was not once able to transfer disease with a pure culture of bacteria in his entire career. He admitted that the effort to prove contagion was a failure, leading to his famous deathbed confession that “the germ is nothing, the terrain is everything.”

Oh, What Can It Be?

Since the dawn of the human race, medicine men and physicians have wondered about the cause of disease, especially what we call “contagions,” numerous people ill with similar symptoms, all simultaneously. Does humankind suffer these outbreaks at the hands of an angry god or evil spirit? A disturbance in the atmosphere, a miasma? Do we catch the illness from others or some outside influence?

Today we are surrounded by a jangle of overlapping and jarring frequencies—from power lines to the fridge to the cell phone. It started with the telegraph and progressed to worldwide electricity, radar, satellites that disrupt the ionosphere, and ubiquitous Wi-Fi. The most recent addition to this is fifth-generation wireless—5G. In The Contagion Myth: Why Viruses (including Coronavirus) is Not the Cause of Disease, bestselling authors Thomas S. Cowan, MD, and Sally Fallon Morell tackle these issues.

On September 26, 2019, 5G wireless was turned on in Wuhan, China (and officially launched on November 1) with a grid of about ten thousand antennas—more antennas than exist in the United States, all concentrated in one city.

You will never see information in the mainstream about diseases being caused by 5G. You will never see anyone say this person died of magnesium deficiency. You will never hear anything about the sad reality we are polluting the planet with massive amounts of mercury. And indeed, you will not hear that we have a cooling world, not one being heated up by political and scientific imaginations.

The mainstream of life is a lie. A series of dangerous lies hold up modern civilization, and people eventually pay a deadly price. Vaccines, especially COVID injections, are the biggest lie in human history and the greatest act of terrorism ever committed.

Personal Note: I must confess at the end of this essay, I certainly draw a line that marks off for or against. I do take some hard positions that need to be taken. The bright side of this entire discussion is that resolving the conflict of theories does not matter in terms of Natural Allopathic Medicine. First, we would be against most vaccines no matter what. Second, treatment for viral or exosome excess is the same.

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