Psychocide Reversal references

[1] TED talk by Sir Ken Robinson, Do Schools Kill Creativity? TED2006,

[2] How Are the Mind & The Brain Different? A Neuroscientist Explains, by Caroline Leaf, PhD, BSc, 8 March 2021:

[3] Current clinical trials:

[4] Your Thoughts Have Energy — Here's How They Affect Those Around You, by Caroline Leaf, 20 February 2021:

[5] ibid

[6] Go to for a free download.

[7] Not in His Image—Gnostic vision, sacred ecology and the future of belief, Introduction, by John Lamb Lash, 2006, Chelsea Green Publishing:

[8] Ibid, chapter 8, page 136.

[9] Ibid, chapter 18, page 248.

[10] The Freedom from Religion Foundation ( campaigns for the separation of Church and State.

[11] Yuval Noah Harari, in Sapiens—a brief history of mankind, 2015, p240–241.

[12] TED talk by Sir Ken Robinson: Do Schools Kill Creativity? TED2006:

[13] A Talk on the Wild Side—imaginary interviews with unlikely sources of wisdom (2014). See:

[14] New Scientist, 24 January 2015 (

[15] “Many Christians were at the forefront of Arab nationalist movements in the 20th Century. They stand as a reminder that Christianity is not just about European—let alone American—power, but also of the fact that the Arab and Iranian world is not just Muslim in its history” (See: and

[16] Nelson Mandela, in A Long Walk to Freedom (1994), p544.

[17] See study, 5G Causes the Microwave Syndrome, carried out by oncologist and researcher Lennart Hardell from the Research Foundation for Environment & Cancer, and Mona Nilsson from the Radiation Protection Foundation:

[18] Gnostic: one who understands divine matters/is an initiated teacher in the Mystery Schools (spiritual universities and educational centres of antiquity).

[19] See: The Forbidden Universe: The occult origins of science and the search for the mind of God, by Lynn Picknett and Clive Prince; and Not in His Image—Gnostic vision, sacred ecology and the future of belief, by John Lamb Lash.

[20] ibid.

[21] A heretic is therefore one who chooses what to believe (from the Greek, hairetikos, meaning able to choose), rather than succumbing to the Church’s doctrines; heretic is also defined by the Oxford English Dictionary as a non-conformist; a person holding an opinion at odds with what is generally accepted. Pagan (from the Latin paganus), originally meant country dweller or civilian; it was used at the end of the Roman Empire to refer to people who practised a religion other than Christianity, Judaism or Islam. Pagans were systematically eradicated by the Church because their independent, nature-based culture posed a threat to its supremacy.


[23] ibid

[24] The globalist agenda—the COVID plandemic is just the beginning, by Sarah Westall:

[25] In an interview with Russell Brand, entitled: The real reason why elites want power. See: Michael Singer is the author of The Untethered Soul. See:

[26] ibid



[29] See for his interview about the WEF “have nothing, be happy” mantra and the true purpose of us owning nothing is rife with dangers, including the issue of potentially not even owning your own thoughts.



[32] A scientific, external peer review of the RTPCR test to detect SARS-CoV-2 reveals 10 major scientific flaws at the molecular and methodological level: consequences for false positive results. See

[33] See and

[34] From an interview with Steve Farrell, of Humanity Stream), March 2023 (

[35] From an interview with Jonathan Otto, in Episode 4 of the docuseries Unbreakable: destined to thrive

[36] Robert D. Hare is a Canadian forensic psychologist, known for his research in the field of criminal psychology. He is a former professor emeritus of the University of British Columbia where he specialized in psychopathology and psychophysiology. Hare developed the Hare Psychopathy Checklist, used to assess cases of psychopathy (

[37] From her speech in the European Parliament, featured on her personal Twitter feed:


[39] A documentary by Dr David Martin. See

[40] Stanford Mind and Body Lab; see: and

[41] Who is God? Robert F Kennedy Jr talks to Lex Fridman about his battle with drug addiction and the spiritual experiences that enabled him to turn his life around. See:

[42] ibid

[43] See:

[44] See:


[46] See:

[47] From an interview with Jonathan Otto, in Episode 4 of the docuseries Unbreakable: destined to thrive. See also David Martin’s documentary Future Dreaming:

[48] 1928 paper on the cause of influenza: See also:

[49] Note on ‘influenza’ and pneumonia, British Medical Journal, 8 March 1919; 1(3036): 272–274. See:

[50] Alkalis in the treatment of influenza, by Dr Thomas C. Ely, MD, JAMA, 1918;71(17):1431.

[51] Environmental temperature and relative humidity influence exhaled breath condensate pH, by T. Kullmann et al, European Respiratory Journal, 1 April 2008, 31: 474-475. See:

[52] Difference Between Germ Theory and Terrain Theory, by Dr Samanthi Udayangani, BSc, MSc, PhD, 2 July 2017,

[53] See:

[54] Facts & fables about blood analysis of the jabbed, an interview with Dr Ana Maria Oliva, an expert in nanotech as well as cutting-edge holistic medicine, by Brendan D Murphy, author of The Grand Illusion. See:; and

[55] How John D. Rockefeller used the American Medical Association (AMA) to take over Western medicine, 12 July 2016, by Makia Freeman. See:

[56] See

[57] See

[58] Why Countries Must Leave the World Health Organization, by Dr Joseph Mercola. See:  

[59] 5G—A Toxic Assault on the Planetary Web of Life, by Dr Gabriel Cousens, 31 January 2019; see:

[60] See

[61] ibid

[62]The Invisible Rainbow: A History of Electricity and Life, by Arthur Firstenberg (, published by Chelsea Green Publishing, 2020. 

[63] Cooking your DNA and roasting your nerves, in a newsletter, The most dangerous technology ever invented, Part One, by Arthur Firstenberg:

[64] See

[65] See

[66] See box on the symptoms of EHS.

[67] See and

[68] See

[69] See

[70] See the article by Dr Christine Aschermann in Umwelt-Medizin-Gesellschaft (UMG 2010, 3).

[71] See the EMF Portal literature database, which lists over 38,000 independent scientific studies on the effects of EMFs:

[72] For a timeline of growing awareness of/landmark rulings regarding EHS, see:

[73] See:

[74] Is your phone tainted by the misery of the 35,000 children in Congo's mines? The Guardian, 12 October 2018. See:

[75] What coltan mining in the DRC costs people and the environment, by Oluwole Ojewale, 29 May 2022. See:

[76] New research claims that consciousness itself is an energy field, by Dan Robitzski. See:

[77] See my futuristic novel, The Parents: how far would you go to save your world, which features an advanced system of gravitational waves for wirelessly transmitting data and voice—one example of a healthy alternative that provides all the benefits with none of the downsides. See:

[78] See and The Invisible Rainbow—a history of electricity and life, by Arthur Firstenberg.

[79] See and

[80] See and The Invisible Rainbow—a history of electricity and life, by Arthur Firstenberg.

[81] Can the legacy of trauma be passed down the generations? BBC Future, 26 March 2019. See:

[82] See, for example, these trauma release exercises:

[83] ibid

[84] See

[85] A Scientist Looks at Love, by Ashley Montagu, The Phi Delta Kappan, Vol. 51, No. 9, May 1970, pp463–467:

[86] ibid

[87] Freedom—the end of the human condition, by Jeremy Griffith, chapter 8:16D.

[88] ibid

[89] See Holick, M. F. (2004). Sunlight and vitamin D for bone health and prevention of autoimmune diseases, cancers, and cardiovascular disease. The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 80(6), 1678S-1688S; and

[90] See

[91] See

[92] See

[93] See

[94] Dubocovich ML, Rivera-Bermudez MA, Gerdin MJ, Masana MI (2003) Molecular pharmacology, regulation and function of mammalian melatonin receptors. Front Biosci 8:1093–1108

[95] See

[96] See

[97] Carotenoids are organic pigments found in the chloroplasts and chromoplasts of plants and other photosynthetic organisms, including some bacteria and fungi. Just as these bio-molecules serve as photo-protectors of photosynthesis in plants, says Dr Kruse, they are likely to perform the same function in humans because they are all pro-vitamin A chemicals. See:

[98] See

[99] The Truth about Redheads:

[100] See

[101] See

[102] Understanding the body electric, The New Yorker, Jerome Groopman, 29 November 2021. See

[103] Electron deficiency syndrome—how to charge the human battery, in an interview with Spencer Feldman by Dr Daniel Pompa. See:

[104] DHA, Light, Algae Oil & The Quantum Brain, 28 March 2022

[105] The Mitochondriac Manifesto: how nature nurtures the body and technology torments it, 2022, by R D Lee

[106] ibid

[107] What is redox potential? The importance of redox signalling,

[108] This information serves as a general guide and is not intended as a substitute for medical treatment, where required. Consult a health professional for specific advice on your individual needs.

[109] The big fat lie—how we’ve been misled and misfed, by Olga Sheean:

[110] See

[111] Inflammation is sometimes misunderstood. It is the body's response to injury and is a necessary protective measure. But if inflammation becomes chronic and uncontrolled, it can be dangerous, damaging tissues and potentially leading to chronic illnesses, such as heart disease, diabetes and rheumatoid arthritis.

[112] The worst ingredient for your immune system, Dr Joseph Mercola. See

[113] Healing Is Voltage, chapter 5, Dr Jerry Tennant

[114] Physiopathological Effects of Rapeseed Oil: a review, Borg, K, Acta Med Scand Suppl (197%, 585: 5–13, ISSN: 0365–463X. 

[115] Linoleic Acid: the most destructive ingredient in your diet, by Dr Joseph Mercola. See:  

[116] Young Again: how to reverse the aging process, John Thomas. See:

[117] The worst ingredient for your immune system, Dr Joseph Mercola. See

[118] ibid


[120] Death by Calcium, by Dr Thomas E. Levy,

[121] ibid

[122] ibidem

[123] Tartar buildup is a symptom you should worry about, Dr Steven Lin:

[124] Vitamin K2—a neglected player in cardiovascular health: a narrative review; see

[125] The Rotterdam Study[1] demonstrated a 57% lower risk of dying from coronary heart disease, over a 7–10-year period, for those with a higher intake of vitamin K2. Dietary intake of menaquinone [K2] is associated with a reduced risk of coronary heart disease: The Rotterdam Study. See: In a double-blind randomized control study, vitamin K2 supplementation decreased arterial calcification. Menaquinone-7 supplementation improves arterial stiffness in healthy postmenopausal women. A double-blind randomised clinical trial. See:

[126] Let’s Eat Right to Keep Fit, by Adele Davis, 1970, Signet, ISBN: 9780451155504.

[127] If you go to Dr Thomas E. Levy’s website,, you can sign up for his newsletter, which will then give you access to electronic versions of many of his books, free of charge.

[128] Dr Steve Nelson, founder/director of Synergy Wellness Clinic, California, in an interview with Suzanne Somers, in Breakthrough—life-altering secrets from today’s cutting-edge doctors, page 229, Crown Publishers, New York, 2008.

[129] What does phytoplankton contain? Jim Brown, 20 February 2021, The Knowledge Burrow:

[130] ibid

[131] 6 Phytoplankton Health Benefits You Won’t Believe, by Annie Price, CHHC, 9 February 2018:

[132] See .

[133] See for more compelling evidence to the contrary (full link:

[134] See

[135] TED talk by Sir Ken Robinson, Do Schools Kill Creativity? TED2006,

[136] Lampshades are turned into indoor air purifiers by applying ‘clever’ new coating, by Andy Corbley, 21 August 2023. See:

[137] A plant-based filter removes up to 99.9% of microplastics from water, by Andy Corbley, 22 August 2023.  See:

[138] This tower filters 273 hot air balloons’ worth of pollution per day in Indian city, by Andy Corbley, 30 June 2023. See:

[139] New colored films can significantly cool cars and buildings—inspired by the surface of butterflies, by the Good News Network, 20 August 2023. See:

[140] See the International Space Federation:

[141] ibid

[142] African Culture and Ubuntu Reflections of a South African in America, by Barbara Nussbaum, World Business Academy, Perspectives, Volume 17, Issue 1, 12 February 2003. See:

[143] Sawubona Africa: Embracing Four Worlds in South African Management, R Lessem, and B Nussbaum, Zebra Press, Struik Publishers, 1996, Johannesburg, South Africa.

[144] See;; and

[145] ibid 

[146] In: African culture and Ubuntu: Reflections of a South African in America, by Barbara Nussbaum:

[147] World Hunger Facts,

[148] ibid

[149] How to sustainably feed 10 billion people by 2050, in 21 charts, by Janet Ranganathan, Richard Waite, Tim Searchinger and Craig Hanson, 5 December 2018. See:

[150] Nobel Prize Winner CANCELED For Being Skeptical of Climate Change, report by Rick Manning. See:

[151] Yes, Ecosystems Are collapsing. No, It Has Nothing to Do with CO2, by physicist Josh Mitteldorf, PhD, 7 August 2023. See:

[152] ibid

[153] See

[154] ibid

[155] See

[156] ibid

[157] Dr Steven Koonin, in an interview by Peter Robinson, Uncommon Knowledge, Hoover Institute. See:

[158] ibid

[159] The Global Consciousness Project—meaningful correlations in random data. See:

[160] Feds Have a Plan to Block the Sun—What Are the Risks? By Dr Joseph Mercola. See:

[161] Gregg Braden’s research resulted in the 2003 discovery of intelligent information encoded into the human genome, and the 2010 application of fractal time to predict future occurrences of past events. As reported in the Forbidden Science masterclass, Module 3. See:

[162] Forbidden Science—the secret of our past, the promise of our future, masterclass with Gregg Braden and Nassim Haramein,

[163] ibid

[164] ibid

[165] A photon (from Ancient Greek φῶς, φωτός (phôs, phōtós) light) is an elementary particle that is a quantum of the electromagnetic field, including electromagnetic radiation such as light and radio waves, and the force carrier for the electromagnetic force, according to wikipedia:


[167] What does the Flower of Life represent? by Julie Nguyen, 22 February 2023. See:

[168] Cymatics: where frequency meets fractals, by Body Align. See:

[169] Fractals: A Better Way to Explain Synchronicity? Humans and nature sometimes repeat patterns as fractals, by Dr Bernard D Beitman, MD, in Psychology Today, 16 February 2022. See:

[170] Augmented reality (AR) is the integration of digital information with the user's environment in real time, unlike virtual reality (VR), which creates a totally artificial environment—an immersive experience that isolates users from the real world. AR users experience a real-world environment with generated perceptual information overlaid on top of it, but with limited interaction.

[171] Soft technologies are non-tangibles that include human knowledge, skills, decision-making, thinking, strategizing and conceptualizing. Hard technologies cannot be successful without the corresponding soft technologies. Soft technologies are those handled by people, whereas hard technologies don't need people to watch over them.

[172] Reality and experience: morphic fields and the power of choice, by Melissa Joy Jonsson,

[173] The concept of the hundredth monkey effect was first described by Dr Watson, who wrote about studies of Japanese monkeys in his book, Lifetide (1979).

[174] Inner Evolution, Dr Bruce Lipton,

[175] Forbidden Science—the secret of our past, the promise of our future, Module 3, masterclass with Gregg Braden and Nassim Haramein,

[176] Reality and experience: morphic fields and the power of choice:

[177] How to reprogram your DNA, Billy Carson: and

[178] Epigenetics: How you can change your genes and change your life, by Deane Alban, writer and researcher on cognitive and mental health ( See:


[180] In Super Genes: Unlock the Astonishing Power of your DNA for Optimum Health and Well-Being, by Deepak Chopra and Rudolph E. Tanzi, 2017

[181] Why your DNA may not be your destiny, by Denise Chow, 4 June 2013. See:

[182] Forbidden Science—the secret of our past, the promise of our future, Module 7—Forbidden biology, masterclass with Gregg Braden and Nassim Haramein:

[183] ibid

[184] Vernetzte Intelligenz (Networked Intelligence), by Grazyna Gosar and Franz Bludorf, ISBN: 978-3930243235. Only available in German. See:

[185] Scientists Prove DNA Can Be Reprogrammed by Words and Frequencies, by Graznya Gosar and Franz Bludorf, in See:

[186] The Global Consciousness Project is an international, multidisciplinary collaboration of scientists and engineers. We collect data continuously from a global network of physical random number generators located in up to 70 host sites around the world at any given time. See:

[187] ibid

[188] Universal Declaration on Bioethics and Human Rights, UNESCO, Paris, France, 19 October 2005. See:

[189] The Kybalion was written by Three Initiates (considered to be pseudonym of William Walker Atkinson, a US attorney, publisher, occultist and a pioneer of the New Thought movement. See: and, which provides an audio recording of the text.


[191] Sapiens—a brief history of mankind, by Yuval Noah Harari, chapter 12, Law of Nature, p252.

[192] In an interview as part of The End of Covid docuseries: Greg Paul is the founder of the Sovereign’s Way—a system of natural law (

[193] See Article 6 of the Universal Declaration on Bioethics and Human Rights, adopted in Paris, France, on 19 October 2005. See:

[194] Medical error—the third leading cause of death in the US, Society for Iatrogenic Awareness. See

[195] This site provides information about using a notice of liability in various situations, but you are advised to do your own due diligence to make sure you have all the facts:  

[196] See here for a guide to drafting a notice of liability, the elements involved, the process to follow and the various situations in which it can be applied:

[197] Forbidden Science Masterclass, Module 6—Awakening deep intuition, with Gregg Braden. See:

[198] You can download the workbook here:

[199] Guided meditation by Joe Dispenza,

[200] 12 benefits of brain and heart coherence, by Katya Turner:

[201] The Resonant Heart, by Rollin McCraty, Raymond Trevor Bradley and Dana Tomasino, Shift magazine, December 2000–February 2005. McCraty is director of the HeartMath Institute, which researches the physiology of emotion and the mechanisms by which emotions influence cognitive processes, behaviour and health. See:

[202] Ibid

[203] Fostering the mind–body connection, by Rose Caiola,

[204] The human awakening to the lost myth of creation, by Annie Horkan:

[205] The ecstatic beauty of the earth’s art, by Annie Horkan:


[207] The Nag Hammadi Library—thought to be the oldest surviving texts from various Gnostic sects—is a collection of documents discovered in upper Egypt in 1945 and subsequently translated into English. The ancient books, called codices, include primary Gnostic texts thought to have been destroyed by early Christians. See

[208] Not In His Image, by John Lamb Lash, page 217 of the Fifteenth Anniversary Edition.

[209] The human awakening, by Annie Horkan:

[210] Forbidden Science Masterclass, Module 7. See:

[211] Animism and lessons of Earth’s power, 4. Emergence, emanation, true meaning of matrix, and debunking the simulation inversion, by Sean Jobst, 21 December 2022. See:

[212] The Power of Silence: Further Lessons of Don Juan, Carlos Castaneda, 1987.

[213] See, the Sophianic School of Arts and Sciences, based on the lineage of the Mystery Schools and the sacred narrative of the wisdom goddess Sophia, as taught by mythologist and visionary teacher, John Lamb Lash.

[214] See:

[215] Dr Andrew Goldsworthy has produced compelling, comprehensive accounts of the multiple effects of EMFs, referencing over 70 scientific studies), the dangers of electromagnetic smog, and why the body is affected the way it is (see and

[216] See Henshaw, DL and Reiter, RJ (2005). Do magnetic fields cause increased risk of childhood leukemia via melatonin disruption? Bioelectromagnetics Supplement 7: S86–S97.

[217] See Beason and Semm, 2002; Krey and Dolmetsch, 2007, Volkow et al, 2011.

[218] The 2012 BioInitiative Report was prepared by 29 authors (including 10 MDs, 21 PhDs, 3 MsCs, MAs or MPHs) from 10 countries (Austria, Canada, Denmark, Greece, India, Italy, Russia, the Slovac Republic, Sweden and the USA). Among the authors is the Chair of the Russian National Committee on Non-Ionizing Radiation, and a Senior Advisor to the European Environmental Agency.

[219] Dr Dietrich Klinghardt, MD, PhD, is Founder of the Klinghardt Academy (USA), the American Academy of Neural Therapy, Medical Director of the Institute of Neurobiology, and lead clinician at the Sophia Health Institute (Washington State). He is also Founder and Chairman of the Institute for Neurobiology (in Germany & Switzerland). See and

[220] See and

[221] See

[222] See

[223] Diagnosis and management of electromagnetic hypersensitivity (EHS): rapid overview for a mixed audience—a highly informative presentation by Dr Erica Mallery-Blythe at the British Society of Ecological Medicine convention in March 2014 (See

[224] See the excellent work of Dr Andrew Goldsworthy, who explains in detail the biological effects of weak electromagnetic fields:

[225] Ibid. See also Pall, M. L. (2014). Microwave electromagnetic fields act by activating voltage-gated calcium channels: why the current international safety standards do not predict biological hazard. Recent Res. Devel. Mol. Cell. Biol. (7) (available at:

[226] See

[227] Please refer to the website for the many scientific references that accompany this newsletter:

[228] Germ Theory Versus Terrain: The Wrong Side Won the Day, by Merinda Teller, MPH, PhD, 30 July 2019. See:

[229] Young RO. Who had their finger on the magic of life—Antoine Béchamp or Louis Pasteur? Int J Vaccines Vaccin 2016;2(5):00047.

[230] Who Had Their Finger on the Magic of Life—Antoine Béchamp or Louis Pasteur? Updated: 5 March 2022. See:

[231] Germ Theory Versus Terrain: The Wrong Side Won the Day, by Merinda Teller, MPH, PhD, 30 July 2019. See:

[232] ibid

[233] Vaccines, Autoimmunity, and the Changing Nature of Childhood Illness, by Thomas Cowan, Chelsea Green Publishing; White River Junction, VT, 2018.

[234] For more details, see: and