Gifts from the Fallen – Part 10 – Pharmakeia

I was having a discussion regarding the recent case of the 3 KC Chiefs fans who were found frozen in the backyard of a very connected, highly educated scientist who was known for mixing up concoctions for his friends.  It was a very enlightening conversation.  I had no idea how young people see the use of drugs.  to them it is just a normal part of every day life.  “People get HIGH”.   “People do it cause if feels good.”   “Well, if they suffer ill effects or die from the drugs they choose to use, they have no one to blame but themselves.  It is a risk they take.”   These I the remarks I heard.
In my research on the KC Chiefs fans, I learned that there are places you can go online to actually find recipes and instructions on how to make your own narcotics and illegal substances.  No kidding??  I tried just a cursory search and this is what appeared on the first page of the return.

How can I get high with things available at home?

Quora › How-can-I-get-high-with-thing…
May 2, 2015 — You see, neurotransmitters are drugs. Everything you do since you awake up till you go to bed (and being in bed as well) is altering your state …

How Meth Is Made: Meth Cutting & Manufacturing

Oxford Treatment Center › substance-abuse › how-i…
Aug 31, 2023 — Meth ingredients contain over-the-counter drugs, like pseudoephedrine. Making meth is not only illegal, but also very dangerous. Here’s why.

What is the easiest drug to create at home?

Quora › What-is-the-easiest-drug-to-cre…
Apr 3, 2017 — I guess u could consider morphine or codeine. Other than that a drug like chlorobutanol or 2m2b are on the easier side. If u mean drugs with …
Now, I did not open any of them, so I don’t know if there were really recipes there or not.  But, I bet someone who was serious about finding them, would likely not have too hard a time.  Especially if they know where to look or are willing to risk using the dark web.
I have to tell you, I was shocked.  Though I don’t know why I should be surprised given the spiritual state of the world today.  The insanity is beyond belief.  These young folks have no sense of who they are, no grasp of reality, no moral compass, no connection to the GOD of TRUTH who is the only one who bring peace and purpose to their lives.
You know, as I thought about it, I realized that even I have come to just accept Pharmacia on some level.   I do take a BC powder or Ibuprofen when I get a bad headache or my arthritis is too much to bear.  And I do take some probiotics and vitamins when I think of it.  I grew up in the 50’s and 60’s.   So, in our world, that was normal.  Antibiotics have saved my life on a few occasions.  And I did have a couple of vaccinations as a kid.   I had really bad reactions to the antibiotics and the vaccines.  My body does not like any kind of drugs.  Thank GOD!
Our entire society is inundated with pharmacies.  It is n everything.  The air we breathe, the water we drink the food we eat.  Now, it has become the entertainment of choice it seems.
But, that is because, they do not teach our children about TRUTH.  About where all this began and how we got to where we are today.  I believe that if people really KNEW the TRUTH, it would be a whole new ballgame.  It would not be so easy for the sorcerers to pull the wool the eyes of the masses.  Their spells would have no power, against TRUTH.
If you don’t know yet where all this started, you might want to check out the following related post and even the rest of that particular series.  Check it out.



“Then they took wives, each choosing for himself; whom they began to approach, and with whom they cohabited; teaching them sorcery (Pharmakeia), incantations, and the dividing of roots and trees.”  
Book of Enoch, Chapter 7

NOW, we KNOW that God gave us all the plants and trees for our healing.  But, first of all remember that the Fallen Angels and the Progeny the GIANTS, perverted everything.  They polluted the DNA of all living thing on Earth.  Second, the Devil always takes what GOD creates and perverts it.  SO the Fallen and their Progeny, taught the humans how to cut and mix the plants, herb, and trees to create poisons from what God created for healing.  

Thus depending how a particular plant or tree is used, it can either heal or KILL.


Book of Jasher, Chapter 2:18-22

And she again conceived and bare a son, and called his name Jubal; and Zillah, her sister, was barren in those days and had no offspring.

For in those days the sons of men began to trespass against God, and to transgress the commandments which he had commanded to Adam, to be fruitful and multiply in the earth.

And some of the sons of men caused their wives to drink a draught that would render them barren, in order that they might retain their figures and whereby their beautiful appearance might not fade.

And when the sons of men caused some of their wives to drink, Zillah drank with them.

And the child-bearing women appeared abominable in the sight of their husbands as widows, whilst their husbands lived, for to the barren ones only they were attached.



Unclear etymology, but most likely derived from Proto-Hellenic *pʰármakon, Pokorny (1959) connects the Greek root φαρ- of φαρόω (pharóōto plough)φάρυγξ  (phárunxthroat), from a Proto-Indo-European *bʰer- (to cut, pierce, scrape) (i.e., a medicinal herb or root as something cut off or dug up), cognate with Proto-Germanic *burōną(conflated with *bazją) and Latin ferio. A Pre-Greek etymology has been proposed by R. S. P. Beekes.[1]

Cognate with Mycenaean Greek [script needed] (pa-ma-ko /pʰármakon/).


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φάρμᾰκον  (phármakonn (genitive φαρμᾰ́κου); second declension

  1. drug, whether healing or noxious
  2. A healing drug, medicine, remedy quotations ▼
  3. A potion, charm, spell
  4. A deadly drug, poison
  5. A dye, color


Magic | Oxford Classical Dictionary › acrefore-9780199381135-e-3865… φάρμακον may refer to magic, poison, and medicine); the … origin and lack of normal communicable meaning were believed to enhance their magical power.


Parts of Speech  Noun Feminine

Pharmakeia Definition

NAS Word Usage – Total: 3

  1. the use or the administering of drugs
  2. poisoning
  3. sorcery, magical arts, often found in connection with idolatry and fostered by it
  4. metaph. the deceptions and seductions of idolatry  (from which we get the word, Metaphysical.)




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anuary 29th, 2024.

Below is What the “god” (rulers) of this world has been doing to keep you from the TRUTH! They ARE the Beast and have deceived you and THAT is the MARK that you have received from them. Come to the Light of God and receive His mark of approval and you shall be a Heavenly Dweller, NOT a Hell(kingdom of satan whom all evil and wickedness IS the ENEMY of God)READ CAREFULLY!!!!!!TRUTH=END ~QActs 2:17-19King James Version17 And it shall come to pass in the last days, saith God, I will pour out of my Spirit upon all flesh: and your sons and your daughters shall prophesy, and your young men shall see visions, and your old men shall dream dreams:18 And on my servants and on my handmaidens, I will pour out in those days of my Spirit; and they shall prophesy:19 And I will shew wonders in heaven above, and signs in the earth beneath; blood, and fire, and vapour of smoke:

2 Corinthians 4:1-7King James Version1Therefore seeing we have this ministry, as we have received mercy, we faint not;2 But have renounced the hidden things of dishonesty, not walking in craftiness, nor handling the Word of God deceitfully; but by manifestation of the truth entrusting ourselves to every man’s conscience in the sight of God.3 But if our gospel be hid, it is hid to them that are lost:4 In whom the god of this world hath blinded the minds of them which believe not, lest the light of the glorious gospel of Christ, who is the image of God, should shine unto them.5 For we preach not ourselves, but Christ Jesus the Lord; and ourselves your servants for Jesus’ sake.6 For God, who commanded the light to shine out of darkness, hath shined in our hearts, to give the light of the knowledge of the glory of God in the face of Jesus Christ.7 But we have this treasure in earthen vessels, that the excellency of the power may be of God, and not of us.


Last May, an elderly man was admitted to the Brooklyn branch of Mount Sinai Hospital for abdominal surgery. A blood test revealed that he was infected with a newly discovered germ as deadly as it was mysterious. Doctors swiftly isolated him in the intensive care unit.

The germ, a fungus called Candida auris, preys on people with weakened immune systems, and it is quietly spreading across the globe. Over the last five years, it has hit a neonatal unit in Venezuela, swept through a hospital in Spain, forced a prestigious British medical center to shut down its intensive care unit, and taken root in India, Pakistan and South Africa.

Recently C. auris reached New York, New Jersey and Illinois, leading the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to add it to a list of germs deemed “urgent threats.”

The man at Mount Sinai died after 90 days in the hospital, but C. auris did not. Tests showed it was everywhere in his room, so invasive that the hospital needed special cleaning equipment and had to rip out some of the ceiling and floor tiles to eradicate it.

Everything was positive — the walls, the bed, the doors, the curtains, the phones, the sink, the whiteboard, the poles, the pump,” said Dr. Scott Lorin, the hospital’s president. “The mattress, the bed rails, the canister holes, the window shades, the ceiling, everything in the room was positive.”

C. auris is so tenacious, in part, because it is impervious to major antifungal medications, making it a new example of one of the world’s most intractable health threats: the rise of drug-resistant infections.

For decades, public health experts have warned that the overuse of antibiotics was reducing the effectiveness of drugs that have lengthened life spans by curing bacterial infections once commonly fatal. But lately, there has been an explosion of resistant fungi as well, adding a new and frightening dimension to a phenomenon that is undermining a pillar of modern medicine.

“It’s an enormous problem,” said Matthew Fisher, a professor of fungal epidemiology at Imperial College London, who was a co-author of a recent scientific review on the rise of resistant fungi. “We depend on being able to treat those patients with antifungals.”

Simply put, fungi, just like bacteria, are evolving defenses to survive modern medicines.

Yet even as world health leaders have pleaded for more restraint in prescribing antimicrobial drugs to combat bacteria and fungi — convening the United Nations General Assembly in 2016 to manage an emerging crisis — gluttonous overuse of them in hospitals, clinics and farming has continued.

Resistant germs are often called “superbugs,” but this is simplistic because they don’t typically kill everyone. Instead, they are most lethal to people with immature or compromised immune systems, including newborns and the elderly, smokers, diabetics and people with autoimmune disorders who take steroids that suppress the body’s defenses.

Scientists say that unless more effective new medicines are developed and unnecessary use of antimicrobial drugs is sharply curbed, risk will spread to healthier populations. A study the British government funded projects that if policies are not put in place to slow the rise of drug resistance, 10 million people could die worldwide of all such infections in 2050, eclipsing the eight million expected to die that year from cancer.

In the United States, two million people contract resistant infections annually, and 23,000 die from them, according to the official C.D.C. estimate. That number was based on 2010 figures; more recent estimates from researchers at Washington University School of Medicine put the death toll at 162,000. Worldwide fatalities from resistant infections are estimated at 700,000.

Antibiotics and antifungals are both essential to combat infections in people, but antibiotics are also used widely to prevent disease in farm animals, and antifungals are also applied to prevent agricultural plants from rotting. Some scientists cite evidence that rampant use of fungicides on crops is contributing to the surge in drug-resistant fungi infecting humans.

Yet as the problem grows, it is little understood by the public — in part because the very existence of resistant infections is often cloaked in secrecy.

With bacteria and fungi alike, hospitals and local governments are reluctant to disclose outbreaks for fear of being seen as infection hubs. Even the C.D.C., under its agreement with states, is not allowed to make public the location or name of hospitals involved in outbreaks. State governments have in many cases declined to publicly share information beyond acknowledging that they have had cases.

All the while, the germs are easily spreadcarried on hands and equipment inside hospitals; ferried on meat and manure-fertilized vegetables from farms; transported across borders by travelers and on exports and imports; and transferred by patients from nursing home to hospital and back.

C. auris, which infected the man at Mount Sinai, is one of dozens of dangerous bacteria and fungi that have developed resistance.

Other prominent strains of the fungus Candidaone of the most common causes of bloodstream infections in hospitals — have not developed significant resistance to drugs, but more than 90 percent of C. auris infections are resistant to at least one drug, and 30 percent are resistant to two or more drugs, the C.D.C. said.

Dr. Lynn Sosa, Connecticut’s deputy state epidemiologist, said she now saw C. auris as “the top” threat among resistant infections. “It’s pretty much unbeatable and difficult to identify,” she said.

Nearly half of patients who contract C. auris die within 90 days, according to the C.D.C. Yet the world’s experts have not nailed down where it came from in the first place.

“It is a creature from the black lagoon,” said Dr. Tom Chiller, who heads the fungal branch at the C.D.C., which is spearheading a global detective effort to find treatments and stop the spread. “It bubbled up and now it is everywhere.”

In late 2015, Dr. Johanna Rhodes, an infectious disease expert at Imperial College London, got a panicked call from the Royal Brompton Hospital, a British medical center in London. C. auris had taken root there months earlier, and the hospital couldn’t clear it.

“‘We have no idea where it’s coming from. We’ve never heard of it. It’s just spread like wildfire,’” Dr. Rhodes said she was told. She agreed to help the hospital identify the fungus’s genetic profile and clean it from rooms.

Under her direction, hospital workers used a special device to spray aerosolized hydrogen peroxide around a room used for a patient with C. auris, the theory being that the vapor would scour each nook and cranny. They left the device going for a week. Then they put a “settle plate” in the middle of the room with a gel at the bottom that would serve as a place for any surviving microbes to grow, Dr. Rhodes said.

Only one organism grew back. C. auris.

It was spreading, but word of it was not. The hospital, a specialty lung and heart center that draws wealthy patients from the Middle East and around Europe, alerted the British government and told infected patients, but made no public announcement.

There was no need to put out a news release during the outbreak,” said Oliver Wilkinson, a spokesman for the hospital.

This hushed panic is playing out in hospitals around the world. Individual institutions and national, state and local governments have been reluctant to publicize outbreaks of resistant infections, arguing there is no point in scaring patients — or prospective ones.

Dr. Silke Schelenz, Royal Brompton’s infectious disease specialist, found the lack of urgency from the government and hospital in the early stages of the outbreak “very, very frustrating.”

They obviously didn’t want to lose reputation,” Dr. Schelenz said. “It hadn’t impacted our surgical outcomes.”

By the end of June 2016, a scientific paper reported “an ongoing outbreak of 50 C. auris cases” at Royal Brompton, and the hospital took an extraordinary step: It shut down its I.C.U. for 11 days, moving intensive care patients to another floor, again with no announcement.

Days later the hospital finally acknowledged to a newspaper that it had a problem. A headline in The Daily Telegraph warned, “Intensive Care Unit Closed After Deadly New Superbug Emerges in the U.K.” (Later research said there were eventually 72 total cases, though some patients were only carriers and were not infected by the fungus.)

Yet the issue remained little known internationally, while an even bigger outbreak had begun in Valencia, Spain, at the 992-bed Hospital Universitari i Politècnic La Fe. There, unbeknown to the public or unaffected patients, 372 people were colonized — meaning they had the germ on their body but were not sick with it — and 85 developed bloodstream infections. A paper in the journal Mycoses reported that 41 percent of the infected patients died within 30 days.

A statement from the hospital said it was not necessarily C. auris that killed them. “It is very difficult to discern whether patients die from the pathogen or with it, since they are patients with many underlying diseases and in very serious general condition,” the statement said.

As with Royal Brompton, the hospital in Spain did not make any public announcement. It still has not.

One author of the article in Mycoses, a doctor at the hospital, said in an email that the hospital did not want him to speak to journalists because it “is concerned about the public image of the hospital.”

The secrecy infuriates patient advocates, who say people have a right to know if there is an outbreak so they can decide whether to go to a hospital, particularly when dealing with a nonurgent matter, like elective surgery.

Why the heck are we reading about an outbreak almost a year and a half later — and not have it front-page news the day after it happens?” said Dr. Kevin Kavanagh, a physician in Kentucky and board chairman of Health Watch USA, a nonprofit patient advocacy group. “You wouldn’t tolerate this at a restaurant with a food poisoning outbreak.”

Health officials say that disclosing outbreaks frightens patients about a situation they can do nothing about, particularly when the risks are unclear.

“It’s hard enough with these organisms for health care providers to wrap their heads around it,” said Dr. Anna Yaffee, a former C.D.C. outbreak investigator who dealt with resistant infection outbreaks in Kentucky in which the hospitals were not publicly disclosed. “It’s really impossible to message to the public.”

Officials in London did alert the C.D.C. to the Royal Brompton outbreak while it was occurring. And the C.D.C. realized it needed to get the word to American hospitals. On June 24, 2016, the C.D.C. blasted a nationwide warning to hospitals and medical groups and set up an email address,, to field queries. Dr. Snigdha Vallabhaneni, a key member of the fungal team, expected to get a trickle — “maybe a message every month.”

Instead, within weeks, her inbox exploded.

In the United States, 587 cases of people having contracted C. auris have been reported, concentrated with 309 in New York, 104 in New Jersey and 144 in Illinois, according to the C.D.C.

The symptoms — fever, aches and fatigue — are seemingly ordinary, but when a person gets infected, particularly someone already unhealthy, such commonplace symptoms can be fatal.

The earliest known case in the United States involved a woman who arrived at a New York hospital on May 6, 2013, seeking care for respiratory failure. She was 61 and from the United Arab Emirates, and she died a week later, after testing positive for the fungus. At the time, the hospital hadn’t thought much of it, but three years later, it sent the case to the C.D.C. after reading the agency’s June 2016 advisory.

This woman probably was not America’s first C. auris patient. She carried a strain different from the South Asian one most common here. It killed a 56-year-old American woman who had traveled to India in March 2017 for elective abdominal surgery, contracted C. auris and was airlifted back to a hospital in Connecticut that officials will not identify. She was later transferred to a Texas hospital, where she died.

The germ has spread into long-term care facilities. In Chicago, 50 percent of the residents at some nursing homes have tested positive for it, the C.D.C. has reported. The fungus can grow on intravenous lines and ventilators.

Workers who care for patients infected with C. auris worry for their own safety. Dr. Matthew McCarthy, who has treated several C. auris patients at Weill Cornell Medical Center in New York, described experiencing an unusual fear when treating a 30-year-old man.

“I found myself not wanting to touch the guy,” he said. “I didn’t want to take it from the guy and bring it to someone else.” He did his job and thoroughly examined the patient, but said, “There was an overwhelming feeling of being terrified of accidentally picking it up on a sock or tie or gown.”

As the C.D.C. works to limit the spread of drug-resistant C. auris, its investigators have been trying to answer the vexing question: Where in the world did it come from?

The first time doctors encountered C. auris was in the ear of a woman in Japan in 2009 (auris is Latin for ear). It seemed innocuous at the time, a cousin of common, easily treated fungal infections.

Three years later, it appeared in an unusual test result in the lab of Dr. Jacques Meis, a microbiologist in Nijmegen, the Netherlands, who was analyzing a bloodstream infection in 18 patients from four hospitals in India. Soon, new clusters of C. auris seemed to emerge with each passing month in different parts of the world.

The C.D.C. investigators theorized that C. auris started in Asia and spread across the globe. But when the agency compared the entire genome of auris samples from India and Pakistan, Venezuela, South Africa and Japan, it found that its origin was not a single place, and there was not a single auris strain.

The genome sequencing showed that there were four distinctive versions of the fungus, with differences so profound that they suggested that these strains had diverged thousands of years ago and emerged as resistant pathogens from harmless environmental strains in four different places at the same time.

Somehow, it made a jump almost seemingly simultaneously, and seemed to spread and it is drug resistant, which is really mind-boggling,” Dr. Vallabhaneni said.

There are different theories as to what happened with C. auris. Dr. Meis, the Dutch researcher, said he believed that drug-resistant fungi were developing thanks to heavy use of fungicides on crops.

Dr. Meis became intrigued by resistant fungi when he heard about the case of a 63-year-old patient in the Netherlands who died in 2005 from a fungus called Aspergillus. It proved resistant to a front-line antifungal treatment called itraconazole. That drug is a virtual copy of the azole pesticides that are used to dust crops the world over and account for more than one-third of all fungicide sales.

A 2013 paper in Plos Pathogens said that it appeared to be no coincidence that drug-resistant Aspergillus was showing up in the environment where the azole fungicides were used. The fungus appeared in 12 percent of Dutch soil samples, for example, but also in “flower beds, compost, leaves, plant seeds, soil samples of tea gardens, paddy fields, hospital surroundings, and aerial samples of hospitals.”

Dr. Meis visited the C.D.C. last summer to share research and theorize that the same thing is happening with C. auris, which is also found in the soil: Azoles have created an environment so hostile that the fungi are evolving, with resistant strains surviving.

This is similar to concerns that resistant bacteria are growing because of excessive use of antibiotics in livestock for health and growth promotion. As with antibiotics in farm animals, azoles are used widely on crops.

On everything — potatoes, beans, wheat, anything you can think of, tomatoes, onions,” said Dr. Rhodes, the infectious disease specialist who worked on the London outbreak. “We are driving this with the use of antifungicides on crops.”

Dr. Chiller theorizes that C. auris may have benefited from the heavy use of fungicides. His idea is that C. auris actually has existed for thousands of years, hidden in the world’s crevices, a not particularly aggressive bug. But as azoles began destroying more prevalent fungi, an opportunity arrived for C. auris to enter the breach, a germ that had the ability to readily resist fungicides now suitable for a world in which fungi less able to resist are under attack.

The mystery of C. auris’s emergence remains unsolved, and its origin seems, for the moment, to be less important than stopping its spread.

For now, the uncertainty around C. auris has led to a climate of fear, and sometimes denial.

Last spring, Jasmine Cutler, 29, went to visit her 72-year-old father at a hospital in New York City, where he had been admitted because of complications from a surgery the previous month.

When she arrived at his room, she discovered that he had been sitting for at least an hour in a recliner, in his own feces, because no one had come when he had called for help to use the bathroom. Ms. Cutler said it became clear to her that the staff was afraid to touch him because a test had shown that he was carrying C. auris.

“I saw doctors and nurses looking in the window of his room,” she said. “My father’s not a guinea pig. You’re not going to treat him like a freak at a show.”

He was eventually discharged and told he no longer carried the fungus. But he declined to be named, saying he feared being associated with the frightening infection.


Revenge of the Bacteria: Why We’re Losing the War

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Bacteria are rebelling. They’re turning the tide against antibiotics by outsmarting our wonder drugs. This video explores the surprising reasons.

The lack of transparency puts patients at risk, some say. Institutions say disclosure could scare some people away from

The C.D.C. made a public announcement when an antibiotic-resistant form of the rod-shaped Pseudomonas aeruginosa bacteria sickened several American travelers to Tijuana, Mexico. But it does not reveal which hospitals in the United States are battling infectious outbreaks.
Credit…Janice Haney Carr/Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

In January, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention sent out an urgent public alert about a deadly bacteria, resistant to virtually every known antibiotic, that sickened more than a dozen Americans who had elective surgery at Grand View Hospital in Tijuana, Mexico.

But when similar outbreaks take place at hospitals on American soil, the C.D.C. makes no such public announcement. That is because under its agreement with states, the C.D.C. is barred from publicly identifying hospitals that are battling to contain the spread of dangerous pathogens.

The rise of a deadly drug-resistant fungus called Candida auris, a focus of a New York Times report last weekend, has raised fresh questions about the secrecy enveloping infectious outbreaks at American medical institutions.

Patient advocates say hospitals and health authorities are often slow to alert the public about drug-resistant germs, potentially endangering patients.

(Because) “They might not get up and go to another hospital, but patients and their families have the right to know when they are at a hospital where an outbreak is occurring,” said Lisa McGiffert of the Patient Safety Action Network. “That said, if you’re going to have hip replacement surgery, you may choose to go elsewhere.”

Kevin Kavanagh, board chairman of the advocacy group Health Watch USA, contrasted the C.D.C.’s handling of the infections in Tijuana with a 2016 outbreak of a different drug-resistant pathogen, known as carbapenem-resistant Enterobacteriaceae, or CRE, at a rural hospital in Kentucky. It was not until early 2018 that the C.D.C. issued a report on that outbreakand even then, the agency did not name the hospital where it occurred.

CRE sometimes kills up to half of people infected. No deaths were reported in the Kentucky outbreak, but at least two dozen patients at the hospital were colonized with the bug, meaning they were not sick but could have spread it to others.

The C.D.C. declined to comment, but in the past officials have said their approach to confidentiality is necessary to encourage the cooperation of hospitals and nursing homes, which might otherwise seek to conceal infectious outbreaks.

Those pushing for increased transparency say they are up against powerful medical institutions eager to protect their reputations, as well as state health officials who also shield hospitals from public scrutiny.

In California, State Senator Jerry Hill, a Democrat and longtime advocate for tougher restrictions on antibiotic use, found himself stymied in his effort to improve the industry’s reporting on drug-resistant infections. A bill he introduced in the State Legislature would have required hospitals to regularly disclose resistant infections and deaths. In 2017 the Senate passed the bill, 40 to 0, but it had powerful opponents, including the California Hospital Association, the Infectious Disease Association of California and the state’s Department of Health. The bill then moved to the Assembly, where last year it stalled for lack of support.

Federal legislation that seeks to combat antibiotic resistance through stronger surveillance and better data collection has also stalled. The bill, introduced by Senator Sherrod Brown, Democrat of Ohio, has yet to emerge from a Senate health committee. “We’ve ignored this looming crisis by doing nothing,” Senator Brown said.

Hospital administrators and public health officials say the emphasis on greater transparency is misguided. Dr. Tina Tan, the top epidemiologist at the New Jersey Department of Health, said that alerting the public about hospitals where cases of Candida auris have been reported would not be useful because most people were at low risk for exposure and public disclosure could scare people away from seeking medical care.

At Mount Sinai Hospital in Brooklyn, plastic sealed the entrance to a room during a demonstration of an extremely deep clean, which the hospital must conduct after receiving patients infected with Candida auris, a drug-resistant fungus.
Credit…Hilary Swift for The New York Times
Nancy Foster, the vice president for quality and patient safety at the American Hospital Association, agreed, saying that publicly identifying health care facilities as the source of an infectious outbreak was an imperfect science.

“That’s a lot of information to throw at people,” she said, “and many hospitals are big places so if an outbreak occurs in a small unit, a patient coming to an ambulatory surgical center might not be at risk.”

Still, hospitals and local health officials sometimes hide outbreaks even when disclosure could save lives. Between 2012 and 2014, more than three dozen people at a Seattle hospital were infected with a drug-resistant organism they got from a contaminated medical scope. Eighteen of them died, but the hospital, Virginia Mason Medical Center, did not disclose the outbreak, saying at the time that it did not see the need to do so.

Art Caplan, a bioethicist at the NYU School of Medicine, said the issue of full disclosure can be tricky, especially when large hospitals that see huge numbers of seriously ill patients are compared with smaller institutions. “If you’re a hospital of last resort, you’re going to see repeat customers with tough infections, many of them drug resistant,” he said.

Still, he thought there was a greater value in promoting transparency. Public awareness about the lives lost to drug resistant infections, he said, could pressure hospitals to change the way they deal with infection control.

Who’s speaking up for the baby that got the flu from a hospital worker or for the patient who got MRSA from a bedrail?” he asked, referring to a potentially deadly bacterial infection. “The idea isn’t to embarrass or humiliate anyone, but if we don’t draw more attention to infectious disease outbreaks, nothing is going to change.”


 January 1st, 2023.

The ancient serpent, Satan, has been deceiving God’s people since the Garden of Eden. Is it any surprise, then, that the serpent on all the logos of every organisation associated with healthcare, including the World Health Organisation, has deceived Christians into believing that this Anti-Christ serpent is a depiction of Jesus, the True Christ?

Born-again Christians all around the world work for, serve, bow down to and promote this false ‘anti-christ’ idol of the Greek god, Asclepious, every single day. Just as Nebuchadnezzar forced his employees to bow down to the golden image, we have recently witnessed how the employees who work for the serpent were forced to bow down to Covid-19 mandates or lose their jobs.

The WHO, the G20, the WEF, Bill Gates all agree that the next pandemic is on its way. All the globalist main players are moving steadily toward developing and rolling out the Mark of the Beast. As such, the time is now for the Bride of Christ to wake up to and be freed from the Powerful Delusion of Pharmakeia before the next anticipated pandemic arrives. Because if they don’t, then those Christians who work for Satan, the ancient serpent, will be the ones who will be forced to administer that Mark and the first ones to be forced to take it!

As we come together with friends and family this Christmas, what a great opportunity we have to not only share the good news of Jesus Christ, but to enlighten loved ones about the pharmakeia that has bewitched and hypnotised them, the abomination that is causing desolation within their bodies, and the imminent rollout of the Mark of the Beast .

This Watcher’s ReWatch series will offer you shortened, more accessible versions of our most popular teachings that you can share, share, SHARE with your loved ones.

Gifts from the Fallen – Part 3 – Hippocratic Oath – What you don’t know can kill you.

Representation of ancient Greece stoning the vulnerable. Source: Alonso de Mendoza / Public Domain.

Ancient Greeks Purged City-States of Disease and the Most Vulnerable

Meghan Henning & Candida Moss / The Conversation

With the spread of the coronavirus, the world is becoming pointedly aware of the extent to which human beings are interconnected. The rapid spread of the virus has highlighted how much we are dependent upon one another, not just for basic biological needs, but also for our sense of belonging and even commerce

There’s nothing novel about this level of interdependence.

As historians of early Christianity, we know that from the 6 th century BC, people in the ancient Greek city-state, or polis, were acutely conscious of this dependence. They dealt with disease spread as a result of living in close quarters.

The intimacy of human interaction meant that the city was seen not just as a community of co-dwellers, but as a kind of bodyThe Greek city-state, just like the human body, was protected by an outer layer. The socially marginalized were most at threat when that body came under attack from disease – something that’s shared in the situation today. 

The City as a Body

For the city-states, the boundary was the city walls. Patrolling who entered the body was important for cities as well as its people. The way people thought about protecting the city-states was much the same as they envisioned defending the body from diseases. 

The city was seen as a body that needed to be protected from disease. (DcoetzeeBot / Public Domain)

The city was seen as a body that needed to be protected from disease. (DcoetzeeBot / Public Domain)

If a city had suffered a disaster, such as a famine or a plague, like the body, it needed to be purged or cleansed with blood or fire. The way to purify the polis was a ritual known as the “pharmakos”.

Purifying the City of Disease

The most detailed example of this ritual is found in fragments of a work by 6 th century Greek poet Hipponax, who lived in Colophon, a city in Asia Minor – modern-day Turkey. Often two people were selected, one male and one female, to serve as representatives of each gender. Later myths describe how those selected were usually society’s elite – kings, princes, or virgins – who were to be sacrificed

Some Greek myths said elites were sacrificed to purify the city. (François de Dijon / Public Domain)

Some Greek myths said elites were sacrificed to purify the city. (François de Dijon / Public Domain)

But the reality was very different. Modern-day surveys of the phenomenon have concluded that the person selected was usually a prisoner, perhaps a criminal or perhaps a prisoner of war, a slave, a person with a disability or a social outcast. They were often described, for example by the 12 th century Byzantine poet, John Tzetzes, as deformed or excessively ugly. 

The playwright Aristophanes writes in “Knights” that they were “exceedingly low-born, penniless, and useless”. Anonymous ancient commentary on this passage suggests that it was those “mistreated by nature” that were targets for the rituals.

This person would be fed with the poor-quality food of slaves. He or she would then be beaten with twigs from a wild fig tree and driven out of the city. 

Greek slaves were sacrificed to rid the city of disease. (Beetjedwars / Public Domain)

Greek slaves were sacrificed to rid the city of disease. (Beetjedwars / Public Domain)

In some cases, the pharmakos victims were not only beaten and exiled, they were also killed. The 2 nd century AD author Philostratus tells us that in one outbreak of plague in Ephesus, a beggar was stoned to death. 

It was believed that this ritual expulsion of the pharmakos served to cleanse the city from the famines or plagues that afflicted it. According to the classicist Jan Bremmer, rituals like this took place throughout the Greco-Roman world. 

Medical Language

What is noteworthy is that at its root, the meaning of the Greek word “pharmakos” is “drug,” either a healing remedy or a poison. It is unclear to modern scholars whether the person designated as a pharmakos was viewed as a poison and the root of the city’s problems or if they were seen as the city’s cure. 

In either case, the word pharmakos describes the ritual in explicitly medical language. This dual nature of the pharmakos is in keeping with ancient medical understandings of drugs as being extremely powerful and having the ability to both kill and cure. 

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Parallels with Today

This account of the Greek polis shows us that the protection of the body of the city-state depended on the sacrifice of the socially downtrodden, which has parallels with the situation today. The most effective way of remaining relatively safe from the coronavirus is practicing social distancing. But that can be done only by those who have jobs that provide them with paid sick leave or the flexibility to work remotely.

For the homeless, hourly wage earners, and some others, this is not an option. In China, rural migrant workers, who already faced financial pressures, are now unable to find work in major urban areas because of fear that they might be carrying the virus. 

Today’s vulnerable are victim to disease. (Tom Blunt / CC BY-ND 2.0)

Today’s vulnerable are victim to disease. (Tom Blunt / CC BY-ND 2.0)

In the United States, the poor are most susceptible to the most negative consequences of a public health crisis. They are also the ones most likely to face increased inequalities as a result of the pandemic.  

Today’s escalating public health emergency invites us to think critically about social values that many of us might think we had left in the pastalthough they exist very much in the present.

Top image: Representation of ancient Greece stoning the vulnerable. Source: Alonso de Mendoza / Public Domain.

This article was originally published under the title ‘Ancient Greeks purged city-states of disease as they would a human body – and it was the most vulnerable that suffered’ by Meghan Henning and Candida Moss on The Conversation, and has been republished under a Creative Commons License.


This is a totally pagan belief and teaching.  It is the reason for their current push to force us into an artificial unity.  They want us to believe that we are dependent on each other,  The HIVE MIND, HERD IMMUNITY, WE ARE ALL ONE mantras they eep screaming at us.  It is all a lie.  WE are not all dependent on the deed and works of the individuals that make up our society.  WE are all accountable for our own actions, words and thoughts.  Accountable PRIMARILY TO GOD!!  GOD, who currently rains on the just and the UNJUST.  

ONLY BELIEVERS IN GOD will be UNITED.  WHEN GOD UNITES US… not when society demands it.  We are as Christians to love everyone, and forgive everyone.  We are not meant to be united with unbelievers.  We are commanded not to be unequally yoked.  The world is primarily made up of unbelievers, who have only evil in their hearts because they do not know GOD.  

The word of GOD says:

The fathers shall not be put to death for the children, neither shall the children be put to death for the fathers: every man shall be put to death for his own sin.


The reason the elite want you to believe that we are all one and dependent on each other, is because if you believe that, than if someone is not playing the game the way you want them too, it is easy to dismiss them and consider them as holding you back.  It is easy for you to be convinced that they deserve to die.

Actually, it makes it easy for the elite to convince the victim that they not only deserve to die, but they are doing a service to the masses by willingly dying as an offering.  That is what the the Celts believed when they went willingly to their death for the DRUIDS.  

BUT, ONLY GOD has the RIGHT to give and take lives.  The ones who commit the horrendous acts of human sacrifice, along with those who willingly offer their lives, will both be condemned to suffer in HELL.  Because they usurped what belonged to GOD.  God does not want anyone to perish/suffer the second death.  Sadly, the choice is ours, and many make the wrong choice.  


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Pharmākos, in Greek religion, a human scapegoat used in certain state rituals. In Athens, for example, a man and a woman who were considered ugly were selected as scapegoats each year. At the festival of the Thargelia in May or June, they were feasted, led round the town, beaten with green twigs, and driven out or killed with stones. The practice in Colophon, on the coast of Asia Minor (the part of modern Turkey that lies in Asia) was described by the 6th-century-BC poet Hipponax (fragments 5–11). An especially ugly man was honoured by the community with a feast of figs, barley soup, and cheese. Then he was whipped with fig branches, with care that he was hit seven times on his phallus, before being driven out of town. (Medieval sources said that the Colophonian pharmākos was burned and his ashes scattered in the sea.) The custom was meant to rid the place annually of ill luck.

The 5th-century Athenian practice of ostracism has been described as a rationalized and democratic form of the custom. The biblical practice of driving the scapegoat from the community, described in Leviticus 16, gave a name to this widespread custom, which was said by the French intellectual René Girard to explain the basis of all human societies.


This is the practice that is being perpetrated on the homeless right now in our time.  They are being driven from society and denied any support or sustenance.  Those who are committing this crime, have a cast their spell on the masses, convincing them that it is necessary to do this for the sake of our society.  They want everyone to accept this practice.  Soon, it will be perpetrated on the elderly and the poor, and anyone who does not submit to the NEW WORLD ORDER!


Nothing better can introduce you to the mysterious and terrifying aspect of life in ancient Greece, the ritual Pharmacusa (φαρμακός), a ceremony which was held annually from 8th to 5th century BC.  (so, not just in times of trouble or war…but every year.)

The origin and details of the ritual are mysterious: the existing historical sources provide only a fraction of the story.

However, we know that in that period there existed disease and famine, every Greek city had a horrendous resident, who in the ritual acted as a “Pharmacusa” ( “ugly” – in this case probably means deformed in some way and certainly a member of the lower strata of society).

That person at some time got food borne by the society as the greatest delicacies available at that time, as figs, barley cakes and cheese. Then he or she were carried through the city and brutally beaten with branches.

The fate of these unfortunates mainly depended on local traditions. In some places they were only chased from the settlement, while in some places the person was stoned to death, burned or thrown from cliffs.

For example, in Athens the ritual was celebrated during the three-year festival Targelia.

It’s hard to find an answer to the question why society sacrificed their “ugly” members. First of all, the ancient Greeks were obsessed with cleanliness, and those who diverged from institutionalized norms were seen as a threat.

Physical imperfection was considered as an indication of moral shortcomings and because of that the children with disabilities were abandoned and expelled outside the city walls.

Second, the Greek mythology in many places shows that the sacrifice of the individual provides power to save the whole community, a reflection of before civilized benefits that the tribe persists so they sacrificed the weakest members.

Ritual Pharmacusa had the function of catharsis, purging the sins of the complete society. From the word pharmakon, which is derived from the English word “pharmacy”, which also marks the poison and medicine. It contains the duality of Pharmacusa: he also he was blamed for all the ills that affect the society, but also its savior. That’s why before the sacrifice he was honored with the most beautiful food.

Of course, with the elimination of the person they could not solve the problems of society, but in that way they can declined the ritual tensions during the difficult times and avoided the possibility of a chaotic and uncontrollable bloodshed.

I hope that you are beginning to recognize that throughout history, the elite have seen to it that there was sufficient bloodshed to satisfy their demons.  That is the reason for all the wars, all the child sacrifices, all the abortions, all the shootings an knifings and violence in the earth.  
Now that the GIANTS are returning, they will not be satisfied until everyone is under their control again, just as it was in the ancient days.  They want EVERYONES hands to be blood stained.  THEY WANT ALL PEOPLE to carry the blood guilt that sends them to HELL.  They have an insatiable lust for blood.  Those who out of ignorance, allow themselves to indulge in the lusts of the eyes, the lust of the flesh and the pride of life, come under the dominion of demonic spirits who will take control of them body, mind and soul.  Then they too will be overcome with bloodlust, and their thoughts and deeds will be only evil all of the time.  Just as it was in the days of NOAH.


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If you haven’t seen the UN/CDC recommendations for ADULT IMMUNIZATIONS, which will soon become mandatory, you REALLY NEED TO LOOK AT THEM.   Below is a link to the 2020 schedule followed by a link to the recently released 2024 schedule.  


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August 3rd, 2019.

Explore the truth with me in this educational video about spiritual deception by the use of drugs, Wormwood, DMT, and the history of Pharmakeia.

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Please watch my related video called: TECHTOPIA: The truth about Smart Cities, 5G and The “Earth Grid”

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August 7th, 2021.

Today we are Looking at what Scripture says about the deception of Pharmakeia and the last days.

I am Pastor Gert Verwey, and I want to welcome you to our Christ Truth Ministries’ YouTube Channel. We desire to reach people with the truth; believers and unbelievers alike. We connect dots of events that are happening in the world from a Biblical perspective and also a prophetic perspective. We offer prophecy updates, discipleship lessons, and sermons to help people grow in the Lord and come to the knowledge of the truth.


Aspartame Corporation Searle Created First Birth Control Pill: American Eugenics And Big Pharma, A History

(Era of Wisdom) Did you know that Aspartame-producing corporation Searle also manufactured the first birth control pill?

After Donald Rumsfeld was Secretary of State under Gerald Ford, he was the CEO of Searle, engineering their merger with Monsanto. A testament to his influence, he became Secretary of State again during the Bush Administration, participating inatrocious torture and war crimes such as the ones at Abu Ghraib.

One of the most voracious proponents for forced sterilization of blacks, the poor, and “imbeciles,” Planned Parenthood founder Margaret Sanger, was a main contributor to what would culminate into Searle’s manufacture of “Enovid”: the first hormonal birth control pill. This philosophy is commonly known as “eugenics,”sometimes referred to as “dysgenics” or “epi-eugenics.”

Well summarized by the Embryo Project:

Enovid was the first hormonal birth control pill. G.D. Searle and Company began marketing Enovid as a contraceptive in 1960. The technology was created by the joint efforts of many individuals and organizations, including Margaret Sanger, Katharine McCormick, Gregory Pincus, John Rock, Syntex, S.A. Laboratories, and G.D. Searle and Company Laboratories. Although there were many pieces and contributors to the final product, it was first conceived of and created by Gregory Pincus and Margaret Sanger through the Worcester Foundation in Worcester, Massachusetts, and was distributed by Searle, located in Chicago.

To illustrate historical ties between “big pharma” and eugenics, let’s take a look at the legacy of Dr. John Hurty, an early chemist at Prozac producer Eli Lilly and Company in the 1870s.

Hurty would go on to influence the passage of the United States’ first mandatory sterilization law, in 1907 Indiana.

He was a tireless eugenicist, who believed that the poor, colored people, the disabled, etc. were a burden to the state and society, unfit for reproduction, and should be sterilized.

Upwards of 60,000 Americans were involuntarily sterilized through to even the 1970s, while Dr. John Hurty, Margaret Sanger, David Starr Jordan and others made major contributions. Reading from an article by renowned author Edwin Black:

Ultimately, eugenics practitioners coercively sterilized some 60,000 Americans, barred the marriage of thousands, forcibly segregated thousands in “colonies,” and persecuted untold numbers in ways we are just learning.

Dr. John Hurty, first president of Stanford David Starr Jordan, and Margaret Sanger were members of the scientific, academic class which birthed eugenics, and eventually the world we live in today where Searle had a hand in both birth control, and suspicious toxins such as Aspartame.

Reading from this document, which is based on the 1946 book The Hoosier Health Officer: A Biography of Dr. John N. Hurty:

In 1873, John Newell Hurty went to work for Col. Eli Lilly in his newly established Eli Lilly and Company Pharmaceuticals  in Indianapolis as his chief chemist.  Then in 1879, Hurty opened his own drug store at the corner of Ohio and Pennsylvania streets.  In the basement of that establishment, he set up one of the first analytical laboratories in the state.  Among the variety of things he tested for purity was water for the Indianapolis Water Company.

In 1884, Dr. Hurty established, and for a time taught at, the School of Pharmacy at Purdue University.  In 1891, Hurty earned his medical degree from the Medical College of Indiana.

In 1899, Dr. Hurty wrote a bill that became the first comprehensive food and drug legislation to be enacted in the United States.  It was not only used as a model by other states, but the Federal Law of 1906 is taken almost word for word from Dr. Hurty’s bill.

This article/video seeks to pose the question: was birth control created as part of eugenics, population control, as part of something that goes beyond money or some alleged philanthropic agenda? Are certain chemicals or pharmaceuticals in circulation designed to fulfill an agenda that goes beyond money, an agenda perhaps that extends into eugenics?

We are not suggesting people do one thing or another with their bodies, we are not asking you to make a decision about your health, but we are presenting you with historical info to better make decisions for yourself.

We’re making the case that Searle profited from the eugenic ambitions of people such as Margaret Sanger: while it is unclear at this moment whether Searle cared about simply money or something deeper. This should raise suspicion about why they pushed so hard for the legalization of Aspartame after the FDA had already banned it, under the direction of powerful Donald Rumsfeld.

Given all of this history, we would be wise to ask: could Aspartame possibly have roots in eugenics? Could certain pharmaceutical drugs have ties to eugenics? It is not a wild accusation or unreasonable question to ponder.

To take it even further: FDA commissioner Margaret Hamburg is the daughter of not one, but two directors of the American Eugenics Society, which later was quietly renamed theThe Society for Biodemography and Social Biology.”



October 11th, 2022.

With this talk I will show how the virus crisis has launched mankind into the largest experiment of an unproven drug in the history of the world and I will show how pharmaceutical greed could become the greatest threat to mankind, even greater than the threat of war. Headings for this video are, The Sorcery of Deception (Pharmakeia), Pharmaceutical Science Ready for War, The Giants of Corruption (Pharmaceutical Giants), Opening the Veil (The Human Genome Project), Angels the Messengers of Instruction, The New Angels of Instruction, Israel Accepts the One who came in His Own Name, God’s Strange Work (Leads to the Cornerstone).