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Promoting Hydroxychloroquine as a Covid-19 cure is promoting big pharma sorcery

So it would seem that we are in our newest controversy and dividing point on coronavirus. Or maybe it isn't our newest one. At this point the longer this nonsense continues the harder it is to keep up with what the "newest" controversy is. Indeed, the debate over hydroxychloroquine as a Covid-19 treatment isn't new. But a few folks calling themselves frontline doctors recently appeared in a video shared by major Donald Trump supporting outlet Breitbart and people are going crazy on both sides. The side against Trump, composed of course in part by the mainstream media, went about trying to assail the credentials of the doctors. Their main target seemed to be Stella Immanuel. I will write a little bit more on her shortly. Meanwhile, the Trump supporters and those who reacted strongly to the almost immediate censorship of big tech bullies Facebook,Twitter, and YouTube became convinced that these doctors must be telling the truth and the enemies of conservatives and those seeking the truth are trying to silence them. As a matter of fact, President Trump, never shy about stirring the pot and stirring up his base, tweeting out as much.

The truth is I understand why people, Christian, conservative, and otherwise, react so

strongly and so suspiciously whenever Facebook, YouTube, and Twitter rear their ugly heads like this. I think many of us, maybe all of us, have been censored or fact checked by Facebook in particular many times before. I know I have and that is primarily why I even created this particular site and why I have stopped using the American Faith Today Facebook page as my primary source of sharing information and podcasts when I do them. I still use my own timeline. But the American Faith Today Facebook page was lazily "fact checked" so many times that after believing that they were intentionally limiting the reach and apparently, from what I could tell, deactivating the direct hot link whenever I typed it in as a mention on Facebook, I decided it might be more fruitful and safer to have a backup or alternative. Naturally, I also still see the many complaints and instances in which Facebook flagged someone for sharing what they deemed to be fake or "partially fake" news. I noticed one friend even got flagged for recently "liking" fake news. So it's true that Facebook and I'm sure YouTube and Twitter aren't getting any better.

But at the same time, we must never forget that in these days in particular all of the world is a stage for those children of the wicked one. Not that long ago Alex Jones was also censored by these exact same companies. Research a fair bit into the CIA family connections of Alex Jones,the "Jewish", better put no doubt the sons of Cain connections and his exaggerated parlor act that allows people who might agree with some of what he says to be portrayed as fringe lunatics like him, and I'm sure I'm not the only one who has Mr. Jones pegged as false or controlled opposition. As a matter of fact, there is indeed a reality show type atmosphere to all of this. Which, considering how so much of our government has been a reality show since the star of The Apprentice assumed office, I suppose I shouldn't be surprised. Seemingly out of nowhere a group of doctors that probably almost no one had heard of show up to do a press conference promoting the President's favorite treatment for Covid-19. Because the FDA deemed it invalid, the big tech companies erased the video. Trump complained about censorship. Lather, rinse, repeat at this stage.

Which brings me to these frontline doctors and particularly to one Stella Immanuel. I have seen a few people I respect coming to her defense because some of the things she says sounds good and almost true. Heck, for all I know maybe there's some truth in there. She claims to be a Christian and apparently is a minister of some sort. What stood out to me was not her claims on alien DNA or a vaccine to try to deprogram people from being "religious". What stood out to me was her claim that gynecological problems and things like cysts, warts, etc., which have a legitimate physical and medical cause, are actually caused by having sex with demons or witches in your dreams and having a spirit wife or spirit husband which also causes impotence, marital strife, infertility, and cheating behaviors. Now, I don't doubt and in fact I even know that demons and evil spirits can invade, attack, and likely interact with us in our subconscious and our dream state. But when I heard this, and hopefully you know I'm not racist or prejudiced here although I am a flesh man, but I couldn't help but wonder if this wasn't mixing some aspect of native Nigerian beliefs with Christianity. The idea does seem pretty well known in Nigeria indeed from what I can tell. It apparently is most prevalent in shaman beliefs and has filtered into almost all cultures.

There are also some other troubling things with Stella. Her claim that if Facebook didn't restore her profile and video that Jesus Christ would crash their servers of course did not happen. Seems more like a Kenneth Copeland, Creflo Dollar, or Benny Hinn style performer and charlatan than a teacher of God's Word. I know we all can have "weak moments" in the flesh. But such a claim and a statement seems awfully dramatic as Dr. Immanuel experiences her 15 minutes of fame and attention. Also, she seems to be a big fan of Donald Trump and very committed to his getting a second term. Whether she actually every referred to him as a "messiah", if she is Christian I hope not. But it is worth pointing out indeed that if she has successfully treated 350 Covid patients than we should be able to find and identify them and at least one or two shouldn't even have a problem coming forward.

Veterans Today has also posted some articles casting some doubt on the veracity of hydroxychloroquine as a Covid-19 treatment and also concerning these frontline doctors who again indeed appear to be quite mysterious and unknown. What is most interesting is the claim at the bottom that Donald Trump and Jared Kushner cut a deal to buy and promote all stockpiles of hydroxychloroquine from Israel and are looking to make money off of it. That would be line with both of them.

Keep in mind Matthew 24, Mark 13, and Luke 21. Many shall come claiming to be Christ, or Christian, in these times. It is also written that they would deceive many. I will leave it up to you to draw your own conclusions. I will just say some of the fruits and teachings or beliefs of Stella are troubling and personally I don't think we should go therefore after her (Luke 21:8) on this particular subject.

As for hydroxychloroquine itself, my thought is what it has been from the start. It is another of big pharma's drugs and as such it's going to have the associated side effects that go along with it. I did post this on my own timeline earlier in the week. Some of the more serious side effects of hydoxychloroquine include permanent vision damage, heart damage, severe hypoglycemia, and suicidal thoughts.

Likewise, a Facebook friend and Christian sister has shared this video from a naturopathic Christian doctor who healed herself from stage four cancer and even says that listed side effects include lack of pulse and lack of blood pressure which she plainly states means, um, death. The video is about an hour long but even within the first five minutes she rightly points out the dangers with this drug and the biblical sorcery associated with all of this.

And of course therein lies the rub. That word for sorcery, and even witchcraft in Galatians 5:20 and Revelation 18:23 is indeed pharmakeia. pharmakeia: the use of medicine, drugs or spells

Original Word: φαρμακεία, ας, ἡ

Part of Speech: Noun, Feminine

Transliteration: pharmakeia

Phonetic Spelling: (far-mak-i'-ah)

Definition: the use of medicine, drugs or spells

Usage: magic, sorcery, enchantment.

HELPS Word-studies

5331 pharmakeía (from pharmakeuō, "administer drugs") – properly, drug-related sorcery, like the practice of magical-arts, etc. (A. T. Robertson).

Now indeed, much of that deals with hallucinogenic illegal drugs in my opinion. But how many of our legal drugs that people get prescriptions for lead to altered mental states? We know that so many of our alleged mass shooters wound up being on psychotropic, mood and mind altering drugs. Again what are the bottom two serious side effects listed in the link I provided? Abnormal mood changes and suicidal thoughts. So I don't think it's a stretch to lump it in with sorcery and witchcraft. Isn't it then even interesting that you have one "Christian doctor" yelling, screaming, and threatening Facebook with server collapses in the name of Jesus and in the name of witchcraft while claiming to be actively fighting against it. Then you have another calm,level headed Christian doctor. In fact, to me Stella Immanuel sounds an awful lot like Donald Trump. Again, just a word to the wise and draw your own conclusions.

But to close, many of you know who started this modern medicine and this prescribe a synthetic drug, make a killing in profits, and merely temporarily mask and cover up symptoms while generating side effects and not teaching people the importance of nutrition and natural healing methods. It was John Rockefeller and also Andrew Carnegie who successfully convinced Congress that there were too many medical schools, too many competing schools of thought, and that even though doctors had been naturally healing people for hundreds and thousands of years with natural food, vitamin, and mineral based medicines, going forward the only doctors the AMA would recognize and license would be the allopathic, petroleum based drug pushing doctors. They would be taught and were taught and by and large are taught that this is the only "scientific way" to heal people even though they mostly have cured nothing and people continue to be sick and suffer from illnesses ranging from the nagging to the debilitating and chronic today.

There is also a link that shows and highlights the sorcery aspects of the pharmaceutical industry that I believe covers it pretty well.

It was actually the father of modern medicine whom these people take an oath to, Hippocrates, who said, "let food be thy medicine and medicine thy food." In other words, while Hippocrates was likely not a Christian, he believed that the natural foods and elements available to us, and given to us by God, are what can truly heal. So too does Dr. Day. So too do I and my parents. While I would wager the vast majority of those who will read this and that I will share it with don't want a vaccine, arguing which is "better", or a lesser poison is as effective and as fruitful as arguing which lesser evil is "better" each election year. Both evils are pushed and controlled by Satan's children and neither is an attractive option. Do it God's way, not man's. Certainly don't do it Satan's way. All of this is in my humble opinion of course.

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