I feel this video is a very very important one to “get out there” (so important, that I’ve downloaded it and stored it here; feel free to download it yourself). I’ve listened to a bit of it, and will likely get through more of it later. Enjoy!
This Charlie Freak video appears to be similar to one I’ve posted before (post A; post B).
This is the LONG-awaited companion Video to the show we did with Mark Devlin on his Good Vibrations Podcast, Episode #161…the Takedown of the Cabal from A to Z…
This show is Proof-Positive that all we have shared with you about The Q Team’s Plan to Takedown the Cabal is completely Factual, with the Truth staring at You in Plain Sight…
This Video is an Abbreviated version of that show as it focuses on just the 26-Point Journey from A to Z of taking down the Cabal…a Special Thank You to our Wonderful Friend, Felipe Alexander, who put this Video package together for Charlie, as it was looking like it wasn’t going to get done…he did an AMAZING job as you will soon see, and it has helped us more than you could possibly Know…checkout Felipe’s wonderful Youtube Channel and Subscribe at, VA Patriot…
So, sit back, relax, and let God’s Holistic Truth wash over both your Body and Mind, and let it cleanse away all the dirt and grime from your Soul…enter into the realm of the ONE where ONLY the Holistic Truth exists…God Bless ALL Life, in the hopes that it may indeed journey to discover the Father and the Mother and create the Holiest of Holies, the Holy Trinity of the Father, Mother and Child!!!
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“My specialty is the patient/doctor bond and relationship,” he says. “That leads to house calls. That leads to making sure that the patient has access to me 24/7 and that’s the way I think it should be. Patients should feel like a doctor is a member of their family and so that’s what I do …
It’s about four things: Trust, respect, empathy and communication. If you give that to each patient you’re blessed enough to touch, then things tend to go well … My career has spanned over two decades now and, obviously, I’ve never seen anything like this [pandemic]. A big part of my practice are house calls.
So now, I am literally making house calls to patients who have COVID-19 and, quite honestly, especially early on, belonged in the hospital, but there was no room here in New York … I’m really, truly in the epicenter [of the epidemic in New York].”
Some of the patients Redcross saw were concerned about going to the hospital out of fear of being exposed to COVID-19, saying they’d rather take their chances at home. Fortunately, Redcross was able to help educate many of his patients about proactive measures they can take, even if they opted to stay at home.
Vitamin D Optimization Is a Crucial Component
Redcross works with a very diverse group of patients, including Blacks, who are most adversely affected with vitamin D deficiency. Statistics have shown that the African-American community is also disproportionately at risk for severe COVID-19, and vitamin D deficiency may in fact be at the heart of this disparity.
I believe getting the word out to all communities, and especially the Black community, that vitamin D is essential for health and vital in the fight against this virus, and Redcross agrees.
Other disparities that also play a role are more difficult to address than vitamin D. For example, many income-restricted individuals live in ‘food deserts’ where healthy whole foods are hard to come by, and have limited options that include fast food or processed foods that are devoid of nutrients, creating a recipe for insulin resistance and all of the health ramifications that go along with it.
While this isn’t the reality for all, diet and income are factors that should be taken into consideration when addressing the health needs of the Black community. Aside from vitamin D deficiency, insulin resistance is one of the primary risk factors for severe COVID-19 infection and death, as discussed in “The Real Pandemic Is Insulin Resistance.”
Transitioning to a low-carb diet high in healthy fats and time-restricted eating are two of the most effective remedies for this, but they take time to implement and reap the benefits of. Clearly, they’re strategies that will protect your health in the long-term, but more acutely won’t have a major impact.
Another part of the nutritional approach to protecting your health is to eliminate your use of industrial vegetable oils that are high in omega-6 linoleic acid, which I believe is actually worse than carbohydrates. Redcross agrees that this is an important part of the conversation he has with his patients.
Vitamin D, on the other hand, is something that can strengthen your immune system in a matter of a few weeks. Dosing is an important factor, however, when you’re taking an oral vitamin D supplement. It needs to be high enough.
The ideal way to optimize your level is to get sensible sun exposure, but if you’re dark-skinned, you may need upward of 1.5 hours of sun a day in order to maximize conversion of vitamin D in your skin. Many don’t have the luxury of that much time.
“Five thousand IUs [of oral vitamin D] is that magic number for me,” Redcross says. “I cringe when I go over the counter and see 1,000 and 2,000 because it’s not enough to get to those optimal levels.
If I put on my Western medicine hat, when you look at the parameters it’ll say that the vitamin D level should be 30 ng/mL. But if I put on the better Eastern medicine hat, which is the truer hat, we get to that 40 to 60 ng/mL range …
No matter what, I’m always talking about 5,000 [IUs of vitamin D], because when [they take] 5,000 IUs, and I get lab testing after that, it tends to be in that optimal range of 40 to 60 ng/mL. That’s the sweet spot where I feel like everything is better clinically.”
Why Vitamin D Recommendations Are Too Low
Indeed, it’s important to realize that when health authorities caution against exceeding a vitamin D dose of 4,000 IUs, their recommendation is based on the dosage required to prevent rickets. It has nothing to do with the dosage required to support immune function and prevent other chronic diseases.
Unfortunately, as noted by Redcross, many medical authorities are “still blind” to these facts. Redcross, on the other hand, recommends vitamin D supplementation to most of his patients.
He starts by getting a baseline reading of their vitamin D level, and continues to check their levels with regular testing while also tracking their clinical symptoms and subjective observations. Many report a sense of improved general well-being once they get their levels up.
“My whole goal in my practice is not to have to use my prescription pad,” he says. “So, when I can use something like vitamin D to make that big a difference — so that if their mood is better, maybe I don’t have to reach for an antidepressant necessarily. Maybe there are some alternatives that could make a big difference in their lives that way, and naturally.”
Many of his patients tend to have vitamin D levels around 20 ng/mL at baseline. Very few have sufficient levels, especially among the elderly. In addition to his regular concierge practice, Redcross also offers affordable health care at a local assisted living facility, where he advocates for vitamin D optimization.
If you have a loved one in a nursing home, taking the time to talk to the medical management about vitamin D testing and supplementation could make a big difference in the general health of all the residents.
“When I’m looking at that population, I see [vitamin D deficiency] all the time. So, I’m pretty regimented by making sure, every three to six months, that I’m staying on top of it, correlating that with them clinically, as well, and seeing how they feel,” he says.
As it pertains to COVID-19, researchers in Indonesia, who looked at data from 780 COVID-19 patients, found1 those with a vitamin D level between 21 ng/mL (50 nmol/L) and 29 ng/mL (75 nmol/L) had a 12.55 times higher risk of death than those with a level above 30 ng/mL. Having a level below 20 ng/mL was associated with a 19.12 times higher risk of death.
Other research2,3 suggests your risk of developing a severe case of, and dying from, COVID-19 virtually disappears once your vitamin D level gets above 30 ng/mL (75 nmol/L). To ignore this seems foolish in the extreme, especially since vitamin D supplementation is both safe and inexpensive.
“It’s going to be interesting over the next few years. Even over the beginning of my career to now, we’re getting more and more traction with vitamin D. We’re learning more and more, and I can only imagine, in the next five to 10 years, where we’re going to be using vitamin D in order to get well and heal,” Redcross says.
The Role of Magnesium and Vitamin K2
Importantly, other nutrient deficiencies may be at play if you’re having a hard time improving your vitamin D level. One of them is magnesium, which is required for the conversion of vitamin D into its active form. Without sufficient amounts of magnesium, your body cannot properly utilize the vitamin D you’re taking.4,5,6,7
According to a scientific review8,9 published in 2018, as many as 50% of Americans taking vitamin D supplements may not get significant benefit as the vitamin D simply gets stored in its inactive form, and the reason for this is because they have insufficient magnesium levels.
Research10 published in 2013 also highlighted this issue, concluding that higher magnesium intake helps reduce your risk of vitamin D deficiency by activating more of it.
Another cofactor is vitamin K2, as it helps prevent complications associated with excessive calcification in your arteries. In fact, relative vitamin K2 deficiency is typically what produces symptoms of “vitamin D toxicity.”
Research by GrassrootsHealth, based on data from nearly 3,000 individuals, reveals you need 244% more oral vitamin D if you’re not also taking magnesium and vitamin K2.11 What this means in practical terms is that if you take all three supplements in combination, you need far less oral vitamin D in order to achieve a healthy vitamin D level. Redcross notes:
“I absolutely love magnesium, for so many reasons. I’ll tell you a quick story. I trained in Columbia Presbyterian in New York many moons ago. As a resident, I had an intern who was treating to replete a patient’s potassium. No matter what, it remained low.
I asked the intern, ‘Did you also supplement with magnesium at the same time?’ When the intern did that, magically the potassium came back up. That was because magnesium is a vital cofactor. So, even back then, we understood how important magnesium was. And it’s even more important for vitamin D to get to its active state …
So, magnesium is a big important thing. That’s what I tell patients — that every vitamin D is not created equal. I like to make sure that it has a cofactor like magnesium in there, which is necessary for energy and so much more. It’s in almost every cell that we have.
My magnesium of preference is magnesium bisglycinate. I like it because it’s got great bioavailability. It tends to be easier for patients to take. I don’t get too many calls about GI upset or anything. So, it tends to work for them. That’s the magnesium that I like to start with.”
Types of Magnesium
Aside from magnesium bisglycinate, other variations include:
Magnesium glycinate, a powder with low solubility. Glycine is an important amino acid and precursor for glutathione.
Ionic magnesium found in molecular hydrogen tablets. Each water-soluble tablet has about 80 mg of highly bioavailable unbound magnesium ions, which is about 20% of the recommended daily allowance.
Magnesium threonate is another excellent choice as it seems it can efficiently penetrate the blood-brain barrier.
Magnesium malate, which dissolves very well in water. Malate is an intermediary in the Krebs cycle, so it likely contributes to ATP production.
Magnesium citrate also dissolves well and has a pleasant citric acid taste.
Being a Source of Inspiration
Redcross not only has a positive impact in his local community in New York, but he’s also been able to get his message of health and wellness out in the media, which is an important component.
“One of the important things when I do that is that it’s all about inspiration. I don’t believe in doom and gloom. No matter what, I see a silver lining in everything,” Redcross says.
“So, whenever I’m doing any of this stuff in the media, it’s important that people leave inspired and happier than they were when I first got there. I think everyone’s ready to hear a positive message. When you turn on the TV, unfortunately everything is negative … I don’t believe in negativity. And even when you talk about disease, I really feel it’s more dis-ease than an actual disease and a label.
I think the thing that’s important here is that we are talking about something like vitamin D. Vitamin D is so important, and guess what, your body makes it naturally … It’s really a pro-hormone, and that’s a pretty big deal … So, make sure you’re going out and getting tested, and getting tested regularly to make sure that that’s a part of your everyday habit and behavior to stay healthy and whole.”
While the death toll from COVID-19 in the U.S. has sharply declined since its peak in mid-April — declining from 2,666 deaths the week of June 13, 2020, to 906 deaths for the week of June 2012 — authorities predict a reemergence this fall.
We can significantly blunt any reemergence by optimizing our vitamin D levels, and this strategy is bound to be particularly important in African-American communities, nursing homes and other long-term care facilities.
To aid in this educational effort, I created two vitamin D reports — one comprehensive science report and one easy to digest summary for the layperson — both of which can be downloaded below. The first is more for health care professionals and those who doubt the science of the recommendation.
The second was specifically designed to give you the nuts and bolts of the message in an easy to share, highly readable format. We need an army to take this message to the public, especially those at greatest risk, the elderly and those with melanated skin. This document should help you to spread the message.
I urge everyone to share this information with your friends, family and community at large, so that we can minimize additional outbreaks. If you have a family member or know anyone that is in an assisted living facility, you could meet with the director of the program, share these reports and encourage them to get everyone tested or at least start them on vitamin D.
Additionally, you could talk to your Black friends, co-workers and those in your community — who are also at disproportionate risk — and provide them with important health information that could save many lives quicker than any vaccine program.
“It’s a must-read document, to be honest, just the way it’s laid out, for consumers, for my patients and that sort of thing. I love it and I appreciate you sharing that with me as well,” Redcross says. “Let’s continue to fight the good fight and know that this too shall pass.”
Iron is an essential nutrient, integral to hundreds of biological functions including oxygen transport, DNA synthesis and energy metabolism. Almost every cell in your body contains iron.1 Plants, bacteria, animals and even cancer cells cannot survive without it.2,3
Plants use iron to make chlorophyll, while animals and humans need it to make hemoglobin, a protein in your red blood cells used to transport oxygen. Approximately 6% of the iron in your body is bound as a component to proteins and 25% is stored as ferritin.4
Having too much or too little can have serious consequences. Yet, what many people and physicians do not realize is that an excessive amount of iron is more common than having a deficiency.
Doctors may check for iron deficiency as it relates to anemia, but iron overload is a far more common problem. Adult men and non-menstruating women are at risk of having dangerously high levels of iron. When left untreated, excess iron can damage your organs and contribute to the development of heart disease, diabetes, neurodegenerative diseases and cancer.5
High Levels of Iron Linked to Shorter Life Span
Researchers have linked iron overload to several medical conditions, and now find that people age at different rates when they have excess amounts in the body. European scientists gathered data from an international database to test this theory.6
The set of data was equivalent to about 1.75 million lifespans.7 They looked at the total number of years lived (life span), the total number of years marked by good health (health span) and living to an old age (longevity).8 The researchers identified 10 loci in the genetic sample that appear to influence aging.
The majority of the loci were associated with cardiovascular disease. Based on statistical analysis, the data suggested “that genes involved in metabolizing iron in the blood are partly responsible for a healthy long life.”9
The new information is exciting as it suggests a modifiable pathway to explain biological aging and chronic disease rate differences among people. The researchers noted that high iron levels can reduce “the body’s ability to fight infection in older age,”10 which may be yet another reason that age is a factor in infectious disease severity.
As Paul Timmers from the University of Edinburgh says, the data also offer a reasonable explanation for the association between red meat and heart disease. While cholesterol has been blamed in the past, in a growing number of studies, no association has been found between cholesterol and heart disease.11 Timmers commented:12
“We are very excited by these findings as they strongly suggest that high levels of iron in the blood reduces our healthy years of life, and keeping these levels in check could prevent age-related damage. We speculate that our findings on iron metabolism might also start to explain why very high levels of iron-rich red meat in the diet has been linked to age-related conditions such as heart disease.”
Excess Iron Impairs Mitochondrial Function
Researchers have known since the mid-1990s that when iron is bound to a protein such as hemoglobin, it plays a part in cell metabolism and growth.13 But when it is free, it kicks off a reaction producing hydroxyl free radicals from hydrogen peroxide. This is one of the most damaging free radicals in the body and can cause severe mitochondrial dysfunction.
Hydroxyl free radicals damage cell membranes, protein and DNA. Other research has shown excessive iron promotes apoptosis and ferroptosis in cardiomyocytes.14 Apoptosis is the programmed cell death of diseased and worn-out cells and, as the name implies, ferroptosis refers to cell death that is specifically dependent on and regulated by iron.15
Your cardiomyocytes are the muscle cells in the heart that generate and control contractions.16 In short, this tells us that excess iron can impair heart function. These are two ways iron overload can lead to cardiomyopathy, which is a leading cause of death in patients with hemochromatosis.
Excess iron also affects blood pressure and other markers of cardiovascular disease, and glycemic control in individuals with metabolic syndrome. One study was done with 64 participants who had a diagnosis of metabolic syndrome.17 The participants were randomly assigned to two groups. In the first, they gave blood at the beginning of the study and again after 4 weeks.
Researchers regulated the amount of blood given and each person’s iron level. They measured systolic blood pressure, insulin sensitivity, plasma glucose and hemoglobin A1c. The group who gave blood showed a significant reduction in systolic blood pressure and had lower blood glucose levels, hemoglobin A1c and heart rate. There was no effect on insulin sensitivity.
In an earlier study, scientists removed blood in individuals who had chronic gout.18 Twelve participants with hyperuricemia gave blood over the course of 28 months to maintain their body at the lowest amount of iron stores possible, without inducing anemia. The data showed a marked reduction in the number and severity of gout attacks. Removing blood was also found to be safe and beneficial.
How Do High Iron Levels Build Up?
Men and non-menstruating women have a higher potential for iron buildup since the body has limited ways of excreting excess iron.19 With the genetic disorder hemochromatosis, the body accumulates excessive and damaging levels of iron.20 When this is left untreated it contributes to many of the disorders discussed above.
Hemochromatosis is a prevalent genetic condition in Americans. It takes two inherited genetic mutations, one from your mother and one from your father, to cause the disease. In one study, researchers estimated 40% to 70% of people with the defective genes will eventually have iron overload.21
It is also easy to get too much iron from your food, particularly when it’s “fortified” with iron. Iron is a common nutritional supplement found in many multivitamin and mineral supplements. Many processed foods are also fortified with iron.
For example, two servings of fortified breakfast cereal may give you as much as 44 milligrams (mg) of iron, rising dangerously close to the upper tolerance limit of 45 mg for adults.22 However, the upper tolerance limit is well over the recommended daily allowance, which is 8 mg for men and 18 mg for premenopausal women.23 It’s easy to see how you might consistently eat too much iron.
Another common cause for iron excess is the regular consumption of alcohol.24 Alcohol increases the amount of iron you absorb from your food. In other words, by drinking alcohol with foods that are high in iron, you will likely absorb more than you need.
Other contributing factors include using iron pots and pans, drinking well water high in iron, using multivitamins and mineral supplements together or eating processed foods.
You Can Help Severe Blood Shortages and Help Yourself
Routine blood donation may be one of the simplest and quickest ways to reduce your ferritin and iron overload. Blood donation may also save the life of someone else. The American Red Cross collects blood at both permanent and mobile locations. According to the organization, more than 80% of what they collect comes from blood drives on college campuses and at workplaces.
Unfortunately, one of the consequences of COVID-19 has been a reduction in the number of blood drives and blood donations across the U.S. This has led to a severe shortage.25 Chris Hrouda, who serves as president of the Red Cross Biomedical Services, expressed his concerns to a reporter from the Press Herald:26
“In our experience, the American public comes together to support those in need during times of shortage and that support is needed now more than ever during this unprecedented public health crisis. Unfortunately, when people stop donating blood, it forces doctors to make hard choices about patient care, which is why we need those who are healthy and well to roll up a sleeve and give the gift of life.
We know that people want to help, but they may be hesitant to visit a blood drive during this time. We want to assure the public that blood donation is a safe process, and we have put additional precautions in place at our blood drives and donation centers to protect all who come out.”
Blood donation is a safe and effective way of managing your iron stores and helping someone else. The Red Cross answers questions about your eligibility requirement on their website.27 They recommend that you wait at least eight weeks between donations so your body can completely restore your blood volume.
If you are unable to donate blood because of a health condition, consider therapeutic phlebotomy. While your blood won’t be used for a donation, they may do the procedure and then dispose of the blood.
If you can’t find a place in your community for the services, your insurance policy may pay for routine therapeutic phlebotomies with a doctor’s prescription.28 In either case, whether you donate the blood or it’s thrown out, the amount they take is the same.
To donate, you only need a blood donor card, a driver’s license or two forms of identification. People who are at least 17, weigh at least 110 pounds and are in generally good health are eligible.
Yearly GGT and Iron Screening Tests Advisable
Another way to measure the impact of iron toxicity and the effect on mortality is the gamma glutamyl transpeptidase test, sometimes called gamma-glutamyl transferase (GGT). GGT is a liver enzyme that is involved in the metabolism of glutathione and the transport of amino acids and peptides.
It can be used as a marker for excess free iron, and as an indicator of your risk of chronic kidney disease.29 Low levels of GGT tend to be protective against high levels of ferritin.
When both ferritin and GGT are high, you have a higher chance of having chronic health problems and/or early death. As with many lab tests, the normal references vary among the labs. Normal laboratory ranges are often far from ideal and those used for GGT may not be adequate for preventing disease.
As I’ve shared before, the range of ideal to “normal” GGT can be wide. To fully understand your risks, you’ll need both the ferritin and GGT levels tested. For more information on ferritin and GGT, including healthy ranges, see “Donate Blood: You May Be Saving Your Own Life.”
Charlie Kirk is a college drop-out. He has received $30 million from Zionists and other Deep State elements to blow smoke up the President’s ass. He is mentored by a UK Scientologist that has probably been told to target President Donald Trump for “capture.” We do not make this shit up.
What Happened: Former President Bill Clinton was a guest on Jeffrey Epstein’s Island, according to testimony made public in document’s that were recently unsealed in the Ghislaine Maxwell Case. As Epstein’s right hand person, Maxwell sexually abused children and also directed victim Virginia Roberts Giuffre to be sexually abused by others. These accusations also corroborate with a number of other victims that have spoken out against both Maxwell, Epstein and others, claiming that many children were groomed to be sex slaves.
Virginia Giuffre told lawyers in 2011 that Clinton visited Epstein’s private Little St. James Island with Maxwell, herself and “two young girls” from New York. She added that Clinton stayed in Epstein’s private residence on the island, where “orgies were a constant thing that took place.” It’s not just Giuffre, multiple women have accused Clinton of rape.
There are also supposed flight logs that have implicated the Clinton’s, but there is a lot of controversy surrounding that.
Instead of focusing on the issue of child trafficking and saving children, there seems to be a tremendous amount of effort directed elsewhere. This needs to be more about the children, but it’s also important to identify who is involved here, and based on our research at Collective Evolution, a lot of people are.
Another great example would be the NXIVM case, where multiple members were implicated in trafficking for the ‘sex cult.’ Billionaire Clare Bronfman was indicted on racketeering charges. These charges were connected to her role as “Operations Director” for NXIVM. Clare Bronfman is the daughter of Charles Bronfman, a Canadian/American businessman and philanthropist. A very powerful person.
Just like with the Epstein case, the Clinton’s are mentioned with regards to NXIVM as well.
The Rolling Stone reported:
“There are strange political connections as well. Mark Vicente, a documentary filmmaker and former high-ranking member of the group, testified at the trial of NXIVM head Keith Raniere that Clare Bronfman, the billionaire Seagram’s heiress and alleged benefactor of the organization, approached him and a few other members of the group to help her make a contribution to a Clinton campaign.” (source)
What’s even more disturbing is that in 2006, Raniere founded Rainbow Cultural Garden, an international chain of child-care organizations. Multiple media outlets have covered this, here’s one example, but this wasn’t really mentioned at all by the mainstream media.
We’ve written about this topic a lot, and if you want to dive in a bit deeper, I published this article late last year that provides more examples.
Our Interview With A Survivor: One of the main reasons we keep covering the Maxwell and Epstein saga is to draw attention to our interview with a survivor of child sex trafficking.
You can access the full interview and start your free trial HERE on CETV, a platform we created to help combat internet censorship and allow us to continue to do our work and get the word out about various issues and topics.
The interview is with Anneke Lucas, who is is an author, speaker, advocate for child sex trafficking victims, founder of the non-profit organization Liberation Prison Yoga, and creator of the Unconditional Model. Her work is based on personal experience of a 30-year healing journey after surviving being sold by her family as a child sex slave to a pedophile network.
The interview is deep, and goes into the consciousness aspect of her experience and why that aspect is so important.
All of this is surfacing and providing another opportunity for humanity to see how our world really works behind the curtain of great power. When it comes to our various industries and systems, there is a tremendous amount of corruption, immorality, and extreme lack of empathy combined with a total disregard for life and the health of our planet. We are the ones choosing to rely on these people, we are the ones who participate, we are the ones who continue to uphold a broken system by playing the game, voting is a great example. It’s still hard for me to see, at a big national level, why we even choose to do it. Humanity has so much potential, and the fact that a lot of this as well as with many other topics, is contributing to a paradigm shift is encouraging. Peoples perception about the world is changing, and as a result, we will change our world. Consciousness shifts lead to the proper action that needs to be taken. We are going through the process, and at the end of the day, we have to remember we are the ones creating this entire human experience. We can change it anytime we choose.
Right now (about 15 minutes) they’re discussing how the U.N. is used as a human trafficking channel.
44 min.: so-called “5G towers” have been converted to “Tesla towers”.
Boris Johnson of UK is playing a very arranged (and important) role.