Jai: Galactic Soup

Martha: Jai sent the bazjir (vegetable soup) recipe.


Martha: What vegetables are in your bazjir soup


Martha: (That’s blogable)

Terran: And non-controversial!

Terran: Sounds more like a broth. What’s the soup base?

Martha: ????

Terran: Chinese conji is basically salt water base with rice and finely cut carrots

Martha: He said it’s simple. Lol. Sounds bland to me. I think I’d start with onions and then gradually add. But what happens to those leafy greens?  Are they diced?  It’s drinkable. And how do you float steamed veg on top so they don’t touch?  Lol. 

Terran: Fresh veggies will float. Especially herbs and green onions. I’d ask about the base, all earth soups have a base, beef, vegetable, chicken, fish, miso, sometimes bean paste.

Martha: I’m laughing at the “galactic soup” and what sort of controversy that can now cause.  Hahaha!

Terran: Earth is a galactic soup!

Martha: Yes we are!  

Martha: T, here is the answer to your question about the soup base.  


Kp Message 5-4-21… “Strong Energies, Shifting Timelines, Challenges” (and, pardon, a rant)

Sometimes the title sums it all up, and although I can put more words in there afterward, the essence of the title is it.

I just watched a movie called “The Final Countdown” (https://m.imdb.com/title/tt0080736/) on Amazon Prime, to which I was somehow drawn. I felt very aligned with the “portaling in” and “portaling out” of an alternative timeline, which is what the movie was about (an aircraft carrier went through a time portal and found itself in the Pacific on 12-6-1941, one day before Pearl Harbor).

All I can say is, this felt like where I was at… stuck in alternating timelines. One current, one old and outdated.

You know, I was going to write a lot more, but right now I’m just experiencing so many different “small” things, about the Energies, the house, the lawn, all of the things (“crap”) that I have to deal with with all of that, the putting on masks, the vaxxed people shedding stuff (genetic material?… so I’m tending to isolate from them)… Waiting and waiting and waiting and waiting for the next steps to be taken… visibly.

I’m tired as hell of all of this. Florida opened fully today, I heard. Illinois (and Hawaii, I know) are still stuck in the deep state “shut everything down because we’re all virtue signallers and better than you who have common sense” energy. Very low, and right now, there’s a part of me that is very very tired as hell of it all!

Pardon for my rant…

Aloha, Kp

The Final Countdown

Why I’m Removing All Articles Related to Vitamins D, C, Zinc and COVID-19

Over the past year, I’ve been researching and writing as much as I can to help you take control of your health, as fearmongering media and corrupt politicians have destroyed lives and livelihoods to establish global control of the world’s population, using the COVID-19 pandemic as their justification.

I’ve also kept you informed about billionaire-backed front groups like the Center for Science in the Public Interest (CSPI), a partner of Bill Gates’ Alliance for Science, both of whom have led campaigns aimed at destroying my reputation and censoring the information I share.

Other attackers include HealthGuard, which ranks health sites based on a certain set of “credibility criteria.” It has sought to discredit my website by ensuring warnings appear whenever you search for my articles or enter my website in an internet browser.

Well-Organized Attack Partnerships Have Formed

HealthGuard, a niche service of NewsGuard, is funded by the pharma-funded public relations company Publicis Groupe. Publicis, in turn, is a partner of the World Economic Forum, which is leading the call for a “Great Reset” of the global economy and a complete overhaul of our way of life.

HealthGuard is also partnered with Gates’ Microsoft company, and drug advertising websites like WebMD and Medscape, as well as the Center for Countering Digital Hate (CCDH) — the progressive cancel-culture leader with extensive ties to government and global think tanks that recently labeled people questioning the COVID-19 vaccine as a national security threat.

The CCDH has published a hit list naming me as one of the top 12 individuals responsible for 65% of vaccine “disinformation” on social media, and who therefore must be deplatformed and silenced for the public good. In a March 24, 2021, letter1 to the CEO’s of Twitter and Facebook, 12 state attorneys general called for the removal of our accounts from these platforms, based on the CCDH’s report.

Two of those state attorneys general also published an April 8, 2021, op-ed2 in The Washington Post, calling on Facebook and Twitter to ban the “anti-vaxxers” identified by the CCDH. The lack of acceptance of novel gene therapy technology, they claim, is all because a small group of individuals with a social media presence — myself included — are successfully misleading the public with lies about nonexistent vaccine risks.

“The solution is not complicated. It’s time for Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg and Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey to turn off this toxic tap and completely remove the small handful of individuals spreading this fraudulent misinformation,” they wrote.3

Pharma-funded politicians and pharma-captured health agencies have also relentlessly attacked me and pressured tech monopolies to censor and deplatform me, removing my ability to express my opinions and speak freely over the past year.

The CCDH also somehow has been allowed to publish4 in the journal Nature Medicine, calling for the “dismantling” of the “anti-vaccine” industry. In the article, CCDH founder Imran Ahmed repeats the lie that he “attended and recorded a private, three-day meeting of the world’s most prominent anti-vaxxers,” when, in fact, what he’s referring to was a public online conference open to an international audience, all of whom had access to the recordings as part of their attendance fee. 

The CCDH is also partnered with another obscure group called Anti-Vax Watch. The picture below is from an Anti-Vax Watch demonstration outside the halls of Congress. Ironically, while the CCDH claims to be anti-extremism, you’d be hard-pressed to find a clearer example of actual extremism than this bizarre duo.5


Gates-Funded Doctor Demands Terrorist Experts to Attack Me

Most recently, Dr. Peter Hotez, president of the Sabin Vaccine Institute,6 which has received tens of millions of dollars from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation,7,8,9 — with funds from the foundation most recently being used to create a report called “Meeting the Challenge of Vaccine Hesitancy,”10,11 — also cited the CCDH in a Nature article in which he calls for cyberwarfare experts to be enlisted in the war against vaccine safety advocates and people who are “vaccine hesitant.” He writes:12

“Accurate, targeted counter-messaging from the global health community is important but insufficient, as is public pressure on social-media companies. The United Nations and the highest levels of government must take direct, even confrontational, approaches with Russia, and move to dismantle anti-vaccine groups in the United States.

Efforts must expand into the realm of cyber security, law enforcement, public education and international relations. A high-level inter-agency task force reporting to the UN secretary-general could assess the full impact of anti-vaccine aggression, and propose tough, balanced measures.

The task force should include experts who have tackled complex global threats such as terrorism, cyber attacks and nuclear armament, because anti-science is now approaching similar levels of peril. It is becoming increasingly clear that advancing immunization requires a counteroffensive.”

Why is Hotez calling for the use of warfare tactics on American citizens that have done nothing illegal? In my case, could it be because I’ve written about the theory that SARS-CoV-2 is an engineered virus, created through gain-of-function research, and that its release was anticipated by global elites, as evidenced in Event 201?

It may be. At least those are some of my alleged “sins,” detailed on page 10 of the CCDH report, “Disinformation Dozen: The Sequel.”13 Coincidentally enough, the Nature journal has helped cover up gain-of-function research conducted at the Wuhan Institute of Virology, publishing a shoddy zoonotic origins study relied upon my mainstream media and others, which was riddled with problems.14,15

So, it’s not misinformation they are afraid of. They’re afraid of the truth getting out. They’re all trying to cover for the Chinese military and the dangerous mad scientists conducting gain-of-function work.

You may have noticed our website was recently unavailable; this was due to direct cyber-attacks launched against us. We have several layers of protective mechanisms to secure the website as we’ve anticipated such attacks from malevolent organizations.

What This Means for You

Through these progressively increasing stringent measures, I have refused to succumb to these governmental and pharmaceutical thugs and their relentless attacks. I have been confident and willing to defend myself in the court of law, as I’ve had everything reviewed by some of the best attorneys in the country.

Unfortunately, threats have now become very personal and have intensified to the point I can no longer preserve much of the information and research I’ve provided to you thus far. These threats are not legal in nature, and I have limited ability to defend myself against them. If you can imagine what billionaires and their front groups are capable of, I can assure you they have been creative in deploying their assets to have this content removed.

Sadly, I must also remove my peer reviewed published study16 on the “Evidence Regarding Vitamin D and Risk of COVID-19 and Its Severity.” It will, however, remain in the highly-respected journal Nutrients’ website, where you can still access it for free.

The MATH+ hospital treatment protocol for COVID-19 and the iMASK+ prevention and early outpatient COVID-19 protocol — both of which are based on the use of vitamins C, D, quercetin, zinc and melatonin — are available on the Front Line COVID-19 Critical Care Alliance’s website. I suggest you bookmark these resources for future reference.

It is with a heavy heart that I purge my website of valuable information. As noted by Dr. Peter McCullough during a recent Texas state Senate Health and Human Services Committee hearing, data shows early treatment could have prevented up to 85% (425,000) of COVID-19 deaths.17 Yet early treatments were all heavily censored and suppressed.

McCullough, in addition to being a cardiologist and professor of medicine at the Texas A&M University Health Sciences Center, also has the distinction of having published the most papers of any person in the history of his field, and being an editor of two major medical journals. Despite that, his video, in which he went through a paper he’d published detailing effective early treatments, was summarily banned by YouTube in 2020.

“No wonder we have had 45,000 deaths in Texas. The average person in Texas thinks there’s no treatment!” McCullough told the senate panel.18 Indeed, people are in dire need of more information detailing how they can protect their health, not less. But there’s only so much I can do to protect myself against current attack strategies.

They’ve moved past censorship. Just what do you call people who advocate counteroffensive attacks by terrorism and cyberwarfare experts? You’d think we could have a debate and be protected under free speech but, no, we’re not allowed. These lunatics are dangerously unhinged.

The U.S. federal government is going along with the global Great Reset plan (promoted as “building back better”), but this plan won’t build anything but a technological prison. What we need is a massive campaign to preserve civil rights, and vote out the pawns who are destroying our freedom while concentrating wealth and power.

How DARPA Took Over Pentagon Internet on Inauguration Day

Just three minutes before Donald Trump left office on inauguration day, a “shadowy” company1 called Global Resource Systems LLC received control of tens of millions of Pentagon-owned IP addresses that were previously dormant.2

The U.S. Department of Defense (DOD) made the mysterious transfer, and the number of DOD-owned IP addresses announced by Global Resource Systems increased from 56 million in late January to 175 million in April 2021.3

“It is massive. That is the biggest thing in the history of the internet,” Doug Madory, director of internet analysis at network operating company Kentik, told The Associated Press, which conducted an investigation into the strange occurrence.4 For reference, this swath of internet real estate amounts to one twenty-fifth of the current internet, and more than twice the size of internet being actively used by the Pentagon.5

Theories quickly emerged from the networking community about why an obscure company was handed so much of the Pentagon’s internet.

A Washington Post article suggested, “Did someone at the Defense Department sell off part of the military’s vast collection of sought-after IP addresses as Trump left office? Had the Pentagon finally acted on demands to unload the billions of dollars’ worth of IP address space the military has been sitting on, largely unused, for decades?”6,7

Weeks went by before any explanations were provided, but the Pentagon’s response left more questions than answers.

Pentagon: ‘Pilot Effort’ to ‘Prevent Unauthorized Use’

The project is reportedly being run by the Pentagon’s Defense Digital Service (DDS), which was launched in 2015 to help the DOD “solve high-impact challenges” via “private-sector tools, approaches and talent.” Brett Goldstein, DDS director, stated:8

“DDS was created to bring in the best and brightest, to help advance the mission to solve some of our hardest technical problems, and to make sure technology doesn’t get in the way of our mission: national defense. I think one of the things we’ve learned in government is that technology needs to enable the mission.”

In regard to the internet mystery, Goldstein said the “pilot project” intends to “assess, evaluate and prevent unauthorized use of DOD IP address space,” and, according to the AP, “‘identify potential vulnerabilities’ as part of efforts to defend against cyber-intrusions by global adversaries, who are consistently infiltrating U.S. networks, sometimes operating from unused internet address blocks.”9

Cybersecurity experts have suggested the IP addresses may be part of so-called “honeypots,” which are intentionally vulnerable to attract hackers, or an effort to set up software and servers to monitor for suspicious activities.10 According to Madory:11

“I interpret this to mean that the objectives of this effort are twofold. First, to announce this address space to scare off any would-be squatters, and secondly, to collect a massive amount of background internet traffic for threat intelligence.”

To get an idea of the scope of this pilot project and the many mysteries still behind it, Madory explained:12

“Following the increase, AS8003 [the entity announcing the DOD’s internet space] became, far and away, the largest AS in the history of the internet as measured by originated IPv4 space. By comparison, AS8003 now announces 61 million more IP addresses than the now-second biggest AS in the world, China Telecom, and over 100 million more addresses than Comcast, the largest residential internet provider in the U.S.

… While yesterday’s statement from the DoD answers some questions, much remains a mystery. Why did the DoD not just announce this address space themselves instead of directing an outside entity to use the AS of a long dormant email marketing firm? Why did it come to life in the final moments of the previous administration?”

The Company Has DARPA, Internet Surveillance Ties

Not much is known about Global Resource Systems, the company the Pentagon called upon to manage its address space, even though it has no record of government contracts. The AP revealed it has an address in Plantation, Florida, and was incorporated in Delaware and registered by a Beverly Hills lawyer.

Raymond Saulino is the only name associated with the company, however, and he is also linked to Packet Forensics, a cybersecurity/internet surveillance equipment company. According to the AP:13

“The company had nearly $40 million in publicly disclosed federal contracts over the past decade, with the FBI and the Pentagon’s Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency [DARPA] among its customers …

In 2011, Packet Forensics and Saulino, its spokesman, were featured in a Wired14 story because the company was selling an appliance to government agencies and law enforcement that let them spy on people’s web browsing using forged security certificates.

The company continues to sell ‘lawful intercept’ equipment, according to its website. One of its current contracts with the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency is for ‘harnessing autonomy for countering cyber-adversary systems.’ A contract description says it is investigating ‘technologies for conducting safe, nondisruptive, and effective active defense operations in cyberspace.’

Contract language from 2019 says the program would ‘investigate the feasibility of creating safe and reliable autonomous software agencies that can effectively counter malicious botnet implants and similar large-scale malware.’”

Adding even more confusion, a company by the same name — Global Resource Systems — and address was accused of sending email spam before it shut down more than 10 years ago.

Internet fraud researcher Ron Guilmette, who sued Global Resource Systems in 2006 for unfair business practices, told the AP, “It’s deeply suspicious … If they wanted to be more serious about hiding this they could have not used Ray Saulino and this suspicious name.”15

DARPA Developed an Injectable Biosensor

DARPA has a long history of surveillance, including using medical and non-medical data to prevent terror attacks. DARPA managed Total Information Awareness (TIA), a program that sprang up after the 9/11 attacks that was seeking to collect Americans’ medical records, fingerprints and other biometric data, along with DNA and records relating to personal finances, travel and media consumption.16

They also worked on the development of an injectable biosensor with its maker, Profusa.17 The sensor allows a person’s physiology to be examined at a distance via smartphone connectivity. Profusa is also backed by Google, the largest data mining company in the world.

Hydrogel is another DARPA invention, which involves nanotechnology and nanobots. This bioelectronic interface is part of the COVID-19 mRNA vaccines’ delivery system. The biochip being developed by Profusa is similar to the proposed COVID-19 mRNA vaccines in that it utilizes hydrogel.

The implant is the size of a grain of rice, and connects to an online database that will keep track of changes in your biochemistry and a wide range of biometrics, such as heart and respiratory rate and much more.

Profusa said it intended to seek FDA approval for their tissue-integrating biosensor in 2021,18 and a DARPA-backed study is also underway to measure early signs of influenza via the biosensor technology. The injectable sensors will be used to measure physiological statuses to reveal not only indicators of human response to infection but also “exposure to disease in healthy volunteers.”19

A wireless patch that measures tissue oxygen levels would also be used, sending information to a mobile device for real-time data. According to Profusa, the biosensors may detect disease outbreaks, biological attacks and pandemics up to three weeks earlier than current methods.20 It would seem, however, that in order for such sensors to work on a widespread scale, extensive adoption would be required.

The Pentagon Created the Internet for Surveillance

While the internet is viewed as a tool to promote the dissemination of information, it was built by the government as a tool to spy on citizens. If you’re interested in learning more about the little-known beginnings of the internet, I encourage you to read the book “Surveillance Valley: The Secret Military History of the Internet,” by Yasha Levine.21

Levine, an investigative journalist, reveals that the internet began in the Vietnam-era and was used to spy on guerrilla fighters and antiwar protestors, “a military computer networking project that ultimately envisioned the creation of a global system of surveillance and prediction.” What’s more, the military surveillance objectives that underpinned the internet’s development are still in force today.22

Consider Google, which tracks your movements online, even when you don’t think you are using their products, because most websites you visit use the “free” Google Analytics program to track everything you do on a website.

Since the early 2000s, Google and Facebook in particular have been data mining online users. These data, then, have been applied to deep learning computers, giving them unprecedented ability to predict the type of messaging triggers that will create the maximum amount of fear — and thus compliance.

Silicon Valley Is Tied to US Intelligence Agencies

Silicon Valley remains deeply connected to U.S. intelligence agencies. Many suspect Facebook is the public-friendly version of DARPA’s Lifelog, a database project aimed at tracking the minutiae of people’s entire existence for national security surveillance purposes.23 The Pentagon pulled the plug on Lifelog February 4, 2004, in response to backlash over privacy concerns.24 Yet that same day, Facebook was launched.25 Coincidence?

Google, Amazon, Twitter and other major tech companies are also tied to the “military-industrial-intelligence-media complex,” to quote journalist Edward Curtin from Off-Guardian.26 All provide invaluable surveillance and censorship functions, and without them, the totalitarian control system we now find ourselves caught in wouldn’t be possible.

Even the U.S. Postal Service has apparently been monitoring Americans’ social media posts via its United States Postal Inspection Service (USPIS) Internet Covert Operations Program (iCOP).27 Echoing the trend of strangeness, Rachel Levinson-Waldman, deputy director of the Brennan Center for Justice’s liberty and national security program, told Yahoo News, “This seems a little bizarre”:28

“Based on the very minimal information that’s available online, it appears that [iCOP] is meant to root out misuse of the postal system by online actors, which doesn’t seem to encompass what’s going on here. It’s not at all clear why their mandate would include monitoring of social media that’s unrelated to use of the postal system.”

A key solution will be decentralized platforms that not only virtually eliminate censorship but also foster privacy and free speech. What can you do to protect your privacy online right now? Here are a few suggestions:

Switch from Facebook and Twitter to free-speech alternatives29 such as Gab, MeWe, Minds and Parler.

Switch from YouTube to uncensored alternatives30 such as Bitchute, Brighteon, Banned.video and Thinkspot.

Download the Signal or Telegram app to encrypt your text messages. Telegram also allows you to subscribe to channels (read-only messages are sent to your phone from any channel you subscribe. This feature is starting to be increasingly used by individuals who have been banned on other social media platforms).

Use a VPN on your desktop, laptop and mobile devices to preserve your privacy.

For content creators and alternative news sources that no longer have a social media presence due to censoring, subscribe to their newsletter if available, and/or mark their website in your favorites and check back on a regular basis.

Boycott Google by avoiding any and all Google products:

  • Stop using Google search engines. Alternatives include DuckDuckGo31 and SwissCows.
  • Uninstall Google Chrome and use Brave instead, available for all computers and mobile devices.32 From a security perspective, Brave is far superior to Chrome and offers a free VPN service (virtual private network) to further preserve your privacy.
  • Switch to a non-Google email service such as ProtonMail,33 an encrypted email service based in Switzerland.
  • Stop using Google docs. Digital Trends has published an article suggesting a number of alternatives.34
  • Don’t use Google Home devices. These devices record everything that occurs in your home, both speech and sounds such as brushing your teeth and boiling water, even when they appear to be inactive, and send that information back to Google. Android phones are also always listening and recording, as are Google’s home thermostat Nest, and Amazon’s Alexa.
  • Ditch Fitbit, as it was recently purchased by Google and will provide them with all your physiological information and activity levels, in addition to everything else that Google already has on you.
  • If you’re a high school student, do not convert the Google accounts you created as a student into personal accounts.

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