Questing Historical Plagues- Did they happen as told?
Questioning the history as told as it is impossible to prove scientifically, it is speculation based on some accounts that no-one knows of their authenticity and accuracy . And the certainty which the dates are given even down to the month and the nature of disease and 'transmission ' described; which is impossible to know , especially , if one considers that with today's technology the information on ‘covid ‘ pandemic ‘ is inaccurate, unreliable and extremly controversial.
Listing 2 article , out of many , as an example on how it is historical fiction and not science .
20 of the worst epidemics and pandemics in history
By Owen Jarus - Live Science Contributor, All About History March 20, 2020
'Plagues and epidemics have ravaged humanity throughout its existence, often changing the course of history.'
The Black Death: A Timeline of the Gruesome Pandemic
I will mention the dancing plague and it's possible stress induced hysteria as it resembles the global collective psychosis and irrationality during covid induced by a a global psychological attack via media propanda .
Dancing plague of 1518
The dancing plague (or dance epidemic) of 1518 was a case of dancing mania that occurred in Strasbourg, Alsace (modern-day France), in the Holy Roman Empire in July 1518. Somewhere between 50 and 400 people took to dancing for days.
Stress induced mass hysteria- Waller speculates that the dancing was "stress-induced psychosis" on a mass level, since the region where the people danced was riddled with starvation and disease, and the inhabitants tended to be superstitious. Seven other cases of dancing plague were reported in the same region during the medieval era.
The next two articles have their own merit and deserve debating .
Covid-19 is the new Mediaeval Leprosy: a Historical Comparison of Isolation, Religious Fervor and Medical Tyranny
Many historical pandemics directly coincided either with extreme environmental changes or political and social upheaval. This article does of course not claim that Leprosy and Covid are the same disease nor that either of the diseases don’t exist. We are going to compare the ambiguousness of diagnoses which are in stark contrast to the determination of all governments to implement total control in order to eradicate a pandemic. In 2020, we are told that Covid-19 is so deadly that they have to halt the entire world until everyone is vaccinated and the world economy is transformed in the Great Reset. In the Covid Plandemic, everyone is a suspect, a potential “asymptomatic spreader”, indefinitely.
Leprosy policies in the Middle Ages could be called the blueprint of medical social control. Leprosy is the oldest disease mentioned in historical and sacred texts, the appearances and symptoms were changing through the centuries, modern physicians believe the skin disease called leprosy in the old Testament was probably not actual leprosy. Today, leprosy is known to be “not very contagious”. What is always consistent through the millennia is that the victims were shunned, isolated, persecuted or killed, whether they were sick or not. From about 1000 A.D. onward the clergy and government officials could declare any person to have leprosy on the ground of any skin condition, illness or no condition at all. Centuries prior to today’s sophisticated testing options, they issued dubious tests, visual examination and questioning of relatives (a type of ‘contact tracing’) to determine who must be isolated and expelled from society and their property confiscated.
The descriptions of symptoms were not limited to lesions, bright spots, dark spots, swellings or necroses and actual decompositions of limbs, but included ambiguous descriptions such as grey hair, goose bumps if exposed to a breath of air (so potentially everyone) or allegations of „bewitchment“, “confusion” or having had a nightmare. In mediaeval England, up to a third of all hospitals were leprosaria designated to the isolation of lepers.
The German word for leprosy is “Aussatz” from “aussetzen”, meaning to cast away, expel, so It describes the social ramifications, not symptoms of a disease. The social ramifications and ostracising of victims found their parallels in the modern- day HIV- epidemic in the 1980s and 90s and even more so in the 2020 Covid-19 crisis, the emerging global control state and the Great Reset. “History has shown, the book argues [the Great Reset by WEF founder Klaus Schwab], that pandemics are a force for radical and lasting change”— Mustafa Alrawi, The National (UAE)
By the way, the term social distancing has hitherto been used in psychology in distance between ethnic and racial groups. “The Bogardus social distance scale is defined as a scale that measures varying degrees of closeness in people towards other members of diverse social, ethnic or racial groups. “ 
In 2020 CBS4 news says “Believe-it-or-not a scratch-and-sniff test may be the best hope, after an effective vaccine, to control the spread of COVID-19,” says to CU Biochemistry Professor Roy Parker
Brody pointed out that “Most people might expect that leprosy can be diagnosed easily. Since the disfigurements are so gross and horrible, one is likely to suspect that no other condition can possibly resemble it. This simple assumption is far from the truth.” 
Binford writes, “The mimicry of the disease is so great that it has to be differentiated from many diseases, including syphilis, lupus vulgarism, lupus erythematuous, leukoderma,….”
In developing countries even today, for instance in Indonesia, leprosy may be diagnosed by field doctors on a house visit, by simple nerve tests and visual observation. If and otherwise healthy person has a light spot on the skin that is slightly numb or insensitive, this is sufficient for a person to be declared a leper.
Finally, here are a few alternative causes of skin lesions and necrosis that could be misinterpreted as leprosy in the Middle Ages and today-Ergotism, Pellagra, More recently: Environmental toxins e.g. Arsenic
We are living through a historic turning point event during the 2020s.
The Black Death was caused by volcanoes and not by germs
'There is only one disease. There are not thousands of different diseases as you have been taught. There are not 3 different types of Black Death (bubonic plague). The only disease that exists is called 'vitamin deficiency'. All diseases are either the result of vitamin deficiency or food/chemical poisoning. Note- Chemical poisoning results in vitamin deficiency also.'
'Thus, germs are a SECONDARY PHASE of the disease process. The PRIMARY CAUSE being vitamin deficiency and food poisoning. I admit, that germs may be present in a Black Death victim, but this debate is about primary causes of disease and not about whether germs are present or not. Thus, without the volcanic causation agent and the grain food toxins, then there would be no disease or germs in the blood what-so-ever.'
Looking back historically did any plagues/ epidemics/pandemics ever exist as told , were they just the result of circumstances that culminated in historical turning points and what/ who drives these changes?
Is Covid-19 another historical turning point ?