The Germ Theory & Victimhood
How the germ theory of disease promotes a victim mentality leading to perpetual illnesses that governments and the pharmaceutical industry capitalize on
By now there is absolutely no doubt that governments and corporations want us in a perpetual state of victimhood.
Victimhood breeds disease, helplessness, powerlessness, and requires that you constantly outsource to authority outside of you for health, power, and help. A perfect set-up for the government and corporations to siphon our health and power, and to exploit us for profit and control.
I’ve been thinking lately about how victimhood is promoted within the western/allopathic model, and I can’t help but notice that much of it rests on the germ theory itself— a baseless theory that underlines much of allopathy.
The terrain model makes much more sense— that a unique combination of toxins, emotional and physical trauma, and malnutrition— are the cause for the overwhelming majority of diseases we experience. Terrain says, for the most part, my state of health is a direct reflection of my individual choices: what I eat, what I drink, what I think about, how much I move my body, where I focus my energy, my ability to detoxify, how much time I spend in nature, how much time I spend addressing my shadow, and how much I am able to be present and find love in the moment.
But this approach requires you to acknowledge your shortcomings, step into your power, and to take responsibility for your own health.
The majority of people are turned off by the terrain model because the majority need the baseless germ theory to be true. They need it to be true to support their victimhood. The germ theory props up the idea that we are helpless, that our level of health is dictated almost entirely by the random happenings of microscopic particles and microorganism. The majority wants the invisible boogeyman virus particles or microorganism to blame so that they can shift blame and responsibility away from themselves.
The government and corporations need people to believe in the germ theory in order to divert attention away from the many ways they’re attempting to make us ill with synthetic poisons and toxins— much of which are ironically offered as a so-called “cures” to “treat” the germs that they blame for illness. This perpetuates the cycle of victimhood, perpetuates what appears to be “uncontrollable” illnesses, and the idea that we need to outsource our health to an authority outside of ourselves. This inevitably lines the pockets and gives more power away to government and the pharmaceutical industry— stealing our power and the greatest source of “wealth”— our health— away from us.
We can turn directly to the CDC’s “COVID” data for confirmation of this (we’re trusting the official “experts”, right?):
According to the CDC’s own data, 95% of COVID deaths had an average of 4 comorbidities— many of which were lifestyle or nutrition related, 78% of hospitalizations were in overweight or obese people, and the largest risk factors for death were obesity and fear/anxiety related disorders.
I don’t know about you, but this indicates to me that we already know what’s causing people to struggle and we’re severely overlooking the importance of tending to our terrain in addressing disease, as the overwhelming majority of people who are dying or being hospitalized due to what they’re mislabeling as “COVID” were already chronically ill (and for those who died or were hospitalized and considered “healthy”, we’re relying on the allopathic system’s idea of “healthy”).
When you become aware of what is ACTUALLY making us sick, you realize that your health is almost entirely in your hands— even with all of the poisons and toxins they throw at us. That is why I emphasized “attempt” above. It is an attempt to make us sick.
Yes, some of it may be out of our control, but when we become aware of the true nature of disease and health, we realize that almost all of it is in our hands, and regardless of where the fault lies in the cause, our health and healing are 100% our own responsibility.
That’s how you take your power, your health, and your wealth back and refrain from giving it away to these psychopathic, megalomaniacal people who are attempting to siphon it from you. The terrain model is itself an aspect of sovereignty.
To learn more about the terrain model, I highly recommend following this link to discover all of the resources I’ve compiled on terrain theory: