Scientists say the COVID-19 causing entities are the human body’s exosomes - not a "virus".

The Anatomy of the Covid Virus

By James True - 30. March 2020

Humanity is not a virus.  Covid-19 is an attack on humanity.  Everyone can test positive for Covid-19 assuming they have an immune system. 


What they’re calling a test is not a test – it’s a scarlet letter.


The coronavirus is the body’s exosomes.


These are secreted by the cells under numerous conditions.


Duke-trained Doctor Andrew Kaufman explains it all in a concise 30-minute power-point presentation. 


After, you hear laymen like myself ask questions.   


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You are the land’s immune system.   


This video is everything you need to spread the word. 


Call out the Minutemen who will still listen. 


Tell them we need them now more than ever.

Dr. Andrew Kaufman:

See below original video for more information about this panel and all references.

Video Panel: Dr. Andrew Kaufman:

James True:

Rogue Ways:

Steve Mercer:

Richie From Boston:

Jason Lindgren:

References from the Video:

PowerPoint presentation:

Photo of exosomes:

Photo of COVID-19 “Thin-section electron micrograph of 2019 novel coronavirus grown in cells at the University of Hong Kong. “Each infected cell produces thousands of new infectious virus particles, which can go on to infect new cells.” Image from John Nicholls, Leo Poon and Malik Peiris, Univ. of Hong Kong, February 3, 2020.” Found at:

COVID-19 test:

PCR figure:

COVID-19 gene sequence:

Exosomes in Toxicology: Relevance to Chemical Exposure and Pathogenesis of Environmentally Linked Diseases

Exosomes and stress:

Exosomes and communication:

Multivesicular Endosome:

Exosomes with ACE2 receptor:

COVID-19 with ACE2 receptor:

Discovery of a Novel Coronavirus:

Identification of Novel Coronavirus:

Exosomes remove toxins:

When is a Virus an Exosome? The Journal of Cell Biology. Volume 162(6), 2003:p.960

Exo-miRNAs as a New Tool for Liquid Biopsy in Lung Cancer:


 - Author of  Blueprints of Mind Control and Technology of Belief, James earned his Bachelor’s degree in Philosophy/Religion while serving in the US Navy as a sub hunter. He is a self-taught software engineer producing solutions for Autodesk, Cisco, Cure Autism Now, EMC, Stanford University, Sun Microsystems, VMWare, and The Weather Channel. His commissioned art installations were seen at the Black Mountain Music Festival, Hulaween, Electric Forest, The Love Burn, and Envision Costa Rica. James is the chairperson for his county libertarian party but his heart is in Bioregionalism.


The body-generated exomes (left), which help to combat intoxication or real diseases are actually what was identified as the COVID-19 causing "virus" SARS-COV-2 and its "mutants", say independent medical researchers and they say also that the tests for the declared "pandemic" are faux.



PROJECT CAMELOT - April 5th, 2020.

This video was deleted by youtube, which is a clear indication of CENSORSHIP. It was reposted by Kerry Cassidy at Bitchute.

"Dear Kerry, Thank you for the opportunity to share the New Biology...

CAVEAT LECTOR: Robert O. Young has been through some serious problems, but his views must not be oppressed.



•Mar 31, 2020

Cameron Kyle-Sidell

I am a physician who has been working at the bedside of COVID+ patients in NYC. I believe we are treating the wrong disease and that we must change what we are doing if we want to save as many lives as possible. I welcome any feedback, especially from those bedside: doctors, nurses, xray techs, pharmacists, anyone and everyone. Does this sound wrong or right, is something more right? Please let me know. @cameronks



Evidence the COVID-19 pandemic is false


Pasteur vs. Bechamp: An Alternative View of Infectious Disease

By MFW - 2020

Louis Pasteur vs. Antoine Bechamp


“Le microbe n’est rien, le terrain est tout.” (The microbe is nothing, the terrain is everything) –The last words of Louis Pasteur (Father of the “Germ Theory” of disease)

Pasteurization, named after scientist Louis Pasteur who developed it, involves heating raw milk to very high temperatures in order to kill the germs and bacteria inside the milk and prevent infections. The idea is that “germs are bad” and that they are the cause of disease and ill health. Following that assumption, it makes sense that “killing germs” would be the solution to both treating and preventing states of disease. This is the basic concept—that germs (virus, bacteria, etc.) are the cause of illness—upon which Western medicine is based.

But there is a fascinating history behind both the “germ theory” of disease as well as its controversial proponent…Louis Pasteur. I invite you to do your own research by doing an internet search on “Pasteur vs. Bechamp” to see the many sources of information on this controversy. Meanwhile I will try to summarize our thoughts on this issue and how it relates to patients who come to us with illness related to chronic infections.

In 19th century France, while Pasteur was advocating the notion of germs as the cause of disease, another French scientist named Antoine Bechamp advocated a conflicting theory known as the “cellular theory” of disease.

Bechamp’s cellular theory is almost completely opposite to that of Pasteur’s. Bechamp noted that these germs that Pasteur was so terrified of were opportunistic in nature. They were everywhere and even existed inside of us in a symbiotic relationship. Bechamp noticed in his research that it was only when the tissue of the host became damaged or compromised that these germs began to manifest as a prevailing symptom (not cause) of disease.

To prevent illness, Bechamp advocated not the killing of germs but the cultivation of health through diet, hygiene, and healthy lifestyle practices such as fresh air and exercise. The idea is that if the person has a strong immune system and good tissue quality (or “terrain” as Bechamp called it), the germs will not manifest in the person, and they will have good health. It is only when their health starts to decline (due to personal neglect and poor lifestyle choices) that they become victim to infections.

You can see this when a group of people go hiking in the woods. It often seems that the mosquitoes attack only one or two people out of the group. And as it turns out, it’s always the same person that always gets attacked by the mosquitoes. This person is usually the one who always catches the latest flu and has the weakest immune system. This is because these germs (including insects) are opportunistic in nature and only attack the weak.

To treat illness, Bechamp’s cellular theory also applied. Bechamp was less concerned with killing the infection and focused more on restoring the health of the patient’s body through healthy lifestyle choices. Bechamp saw the infection as a footnote to the state of illness and not the primary cause. As the person restored health through diet, hygiene, and detoxification the infection went away on its own–without needing measures to kill it.

Pasteur and Bechamp had a long and often bitter rivalry regarding who was right about the true cause of illness. Ultimately Pasteur’s ideas were accepted by society and Bechamp was pretty much forgotten. The practice of Western medicine is based on Pasteur’s germ phobia which gives rise to the use of vaccinations, antibiotics, and other anti-microbials.

The irony is that towards the end of his life, Pasteur renounced the germ theory and admitted that Bechamp was right all along. In the 1920’s medical historians also discovered that most of Pasteur’s theories were plagiarized from Bechamp’s early research work.

Many therefore make recommendations to patients analyzed with infectious illness using the guidelines set forth by Antoine Bechamp:

“Treat the patient, not the infection.”

One can do this through a threefold approach of detoxification, nutritional healing, and restoring internal communication through chiropractic.

We feel that Bechamp was indeed right when he said that as health returns to the patient, the germs and infections leave on their own and do not come back unless health becomes compromised again. We have found this approach to be very satisfying in terms of results for the patient.

We feel that it is a mistake to try to kill the infection directly rather than searching for the cause as to why that person’s immune system did not handle the infection on its own. Sadly, Pasteur’s approach of killing germs is used by a large number of so-called “natural” healers who use large amounts of anti-microbial herbs in the same philosophical fashion as antibiotics. We feel that if all you do is kill the infection without addressing the dysfunction in the patient’s immune system (which allowed the infection to manifest in the first place), the patient will simply become sick again at a later date.

Another problem with this approach is that in chronic infections you almost never see just one type of infection. When a person’s immune function becomes compromised, one infection such as a bacteria will open the door to other infections such as viruses, parasites, and fungi. It’s like when one burglar enters your home and holds the door open for his friends to come in. When this occurs, as it does in almost all immuno-compromised patients, focusing on treating the infection directly becomes a never-ending nightmare. Once one bug is gone, the next one appears.

However, if you focus on treating the body’s self-defense mechanism against infections (immune function), the body will handle the infections on its own, as it should have in the first place. We hope you understand how big of a difference in approach it is to treat the patient’s immune system and not the infection. Treat the cause of the infectious illness, the underlying dysfunction of the host’s immunity, and the infection will leave on it’s own as the health of the patient’s body returns.


5G and Smartmeters enhance the insult on the human body tremendously


Microwave Electromagnetic Fields Act by Activating Voltage-Gated Calcium Channels:

Why the Current International Safety Standards Do Not Predict Biological Hazard

Martin L. Pall

Professor Emeritus of Biochemistry and Basic Medical Sciences

Washington State Universit


Take Back Your Power 2017 (Official) - smart meter documentary

•Aug 23, 2018

Josh del Sol

This award-winning film documents the real story on smart meters.

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The award-winning documentary TAKE BACK YOUR POWER 2017 uncovers the shocking story behind why hundreds of local governments and millions of ratepayers are standing against the multi-billion dollar rollout of 'smart’ utility meters.

Take a journey of revelation, examining evidence of in-home surveillance, hundreds of home fires and several fatalities, systemic over-billing, health risks, unprecedented hacking vulnerability, and even extortion.

The insightful and often astounding new material in this 2017 final cut exposes the agenda behind smart meters with even more clarity. And the way to solution is also opened, as the forthcoming sequel – the InPower Movement – is introduced.

With compelling insight from whistleblowers, government agents, lawyers, doctors, researchers and environmentalists, Josh del Sol’s TAKE BACK YOUR POWER investigates the claimed benefits and emerging risks of a profit-based global initiative that seeks to change the way we live.

What you’ll discover will surprise, unsettle and ultimately empower you.

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