Media-VooDoo “After elimination of hopelessness, the rats do not die.” [Study]
Well, I think I know what the agenda-controlled media was up to these past 2 years…. and the antidote.
“After elimination of hopelessness,” wrote Richter, “the rats do not die.” – a Study on Hopelessness
This is a “Hope” interpretation from a Facebook post:
Screenshots from the original study…
- On the phenomenon of sudden death in animals and man (01)
- View/Download the PDF Version:
(PDF) On the Phenomenon of Sudden Death in Animals and Man (02)
The “Voodoo” and the “Antidote”
The media and our gov representatives have not given people “hope” the entire pandemic, keeping people in “fear of death” and “only the jab will save you”, keeping people and our health professionals terrorized. Threatening employers. Creating terrifying and horrific new laws. Not providing any health advice that would actually improve their health, banning effective treatments, and censoring everyone who was trying to remove fear from their friends and loved ones, causing a possible irreparably divide amongst families and communities. After seeing this study, it reiterates to me that those driving the narrative are performing some kind of “voodoo”, that they can easily rectify if they removed their spiteful, hateful, psychotic voodoo messages and replaced with hope.
Our antidote from the mass-psychosis and deaths they are causing from keeping people in a state of fear and hopelessness, is one of hope. Strength in unity and community. Inclusion not division. Love not hate. Speaking the truth. Realizing the voodoo and replacing the mainstream media with that which feeds our soul. Learning how powerful we really are. Get away from that which is evil and replace it with all that which is good in the world. Strive towards the way the world could be improved – support businesses who are supporting unity and are not segregating society. Support people who are speaking the truth. Do not support businesses or people that are driving this fear.
|01↩||On the phenomenon of sudden death in animals and man RICHTER CP. Psychosom Med. 1957 May-Jun;19(3):191-8. doi: 10.1097/00006842-195705000-00004. PMID: 13432092.|
|02↩||(PDF) On the Phenomenon of Sudden Death in Animals and Man DOI:10.1097/00006842-195705000-00004|