What is rabies really !?

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What is rabies really !?

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Addition to our post ( German clip ,  see English transcript*)
dr Stefan Lanka, 2009: Pasteur invents a rabies virus!
The claim that viruses cause diseases is always based on the same basis, which was based on manipulation and was flawed from the start.
The fact that Pasteur's dogs died of torture and poisoning based on his own laboratory diaries, and that Princeton University published this in 1993, seems to have gone unnoticed by many.
Prevent the pandemic plan with the demand for virus evidence and common sense.
- Princeton University - Diaries Luis Pasteur
- Corona_Fakten: Corona: The comprehensible and verifiable refutation of the virus claims ( German)
-dr Samantha Bailey - Is rabies really transmitted by viruses?
Pasteur invents a rabies virus
The animal experiments in which the pathogenic properties of the rabies pathogen (so-called Lyssa virus) and the tetanus pathogen were allegedly proven to be more than contemptuous of our fellow creatures.
To allegedly prove rabies, a certain amount of an extract was injected into the brain of a mouse, and if the animal survived and fizzed, rabies was proven. Tetanus is detected in animal experiments by injecting the bacterial extract into the abdominal cavity. If the animal twitches like “crazy”, tetanus has been detected.
Veronika Widmer writes about this in her book "Vaccinate - a decision parents make" (2007): "Now you will think - well, maybe that was how it was done in the 19th century. That's exactly what I thought when I first heard the descriptions. A biology student shortly before her state exam, however, asserted that it was still the same procedure today..."
With the knowledge of universal biology, the diagnosis of rabies or tetanus (or epilepsy) is a seizure that mostly affects the function of the muscle*.
It revolves around a motor conflict with the conflict content "not being able to escape" or "not being able to hold on".
* The muscles consist of two parts. There is the substance of the muscle (= striated muscles; it is controlled by the cerebral medulla) and the function of the muscle (is controlled by the cerebral cortex).
In the conflictive phase, there is a gradual and progressive reduction in muscle function.
Only in the first recovery phase (WP1) can the affected muscle become so slack due to the swelling that the person no longer has the strength to use it or to contract it. You don't feel any pain during this process. In the reverse phase (UP) the seizure takes place. When foaming at the mouth occurs during an epileptic seizure or in rabies, it is because tongue twitching is also occurring. The movements of the tongue froth the saliva and this foam comes out of the mouth.
After the cramp, strength gradually returns.
A type of soreness does not appear until hours or a day after the seizure. The sore muscles come about because the striated muscles (= substance of the muscle) were also tense during the seizure.
Examples of motor conflicts, "not being able to escape" or "not being able to hold on":
- The dog bit me, I couldn't run away.
- A woman is afraid that the youth welfare office will take her children away.
- When you are in the forest, you are afraid of a wild boar attack.
- You can't run away from a bad diagnosis.
- One cannot run away from the restrictive provisions (abolition of fundamental rights).
- A man could not hold (catch) his child, because of which he fell off the slide.

Dr. Stefan Lanka: The history of the infection theory (English transcript)

* Pasteur

To pick up with Pasteur again: Pasteur knew that bacteria could not cause diseases, period. Enough studies and experiments were conducted and published in Germany and elsewhere, among other by Max von Pettenkofer, who demonstrated what cholera was and how cholera was easily prevented.

Pasteur worked on contract to find an argument to not let the English through the Mediterranean Sea, he came up with the idea to claim there was a new pathogen, and this one would make its disease-toxins also in the living human body and this he called:poison! Latin: virus.

37:22 That was the idea. He said it is a thousand times smaller then bacteria, we use such dense filters where bacteria can’t pass through. He presses the liquid, the poison from a dead animal, through the filter, he injects the liquid into the brain of a dog that was tied onto a pole vertically. He used a third of the volume of the dogs brain, the liquid comes out the over side, the dog convulses, barks, foams from the mouth and dies. That was called rabies, that’s what Pasteur did.


Pasteur also claimed to have the antidote to his virus, to push the vaccine concept. This vaccination agenda was propagated primarily in France, for the Germans had their antibiotics and chemotherapy. Pasteur committed fraud in all his undertakings. But he was humane enough to document his deceits in diaries parallel to his primary lab books. He decreed that these records must never be publicized. His family naturally obtained great wealth. But the last male ancestor of Pasteur didn’t obey to that decree and leaked the records to the Princeton university and in 1993 Professor Gerard Geisson published an analysis in the English language that revealed that Pasteur had committed massive fraud in all his studies. For instance, vaccinated animals, if they survived, had not been poisoned, the control group animals that died without vaccines were poisoned massively and so on. That was Pasteur.


26:02 How did the idea of a virus come to life? Koch’s French counterpart was Luis Pasteur, scientific fraudster employed by the French, as the French were at war with Germany in 1872.

The dead were later declared as victims of a small pox epidemic. The Germans claimed it came from France, the French said it came from Germany. Pasteur, knew from Bechamp and other scientist, what bacteria could do and what they couldn’t do, he first denied the new knowledge in order to play along with the church, he claimed he had proven the primordial creation, only to later take a reverse stand, once he was employed by the state, he said it was all wrong, bacteria are in a continuum, there are spores, they cannot be created in the primordial soup. Pasteur sold these insights as his own, but he knew what bacteria can and what they cannot do, and has earned some merits for this.

27:16 But the same Pasteur, who knew, that bacteria cannot cause diseases, applied a trick. In order to maintain the model of the doctrine of juices and disease, which the entire western medicine is based on, a disease-causing toxin had to be postulated.

Especially since this concept of pandemics had been used many times to suppress upheavals, to control starvation situations and so on.

It all started, with the early Vatican creating fear of diseases, by claiming the disease is coming from the disease demon, just as in ancient Greece. Thus, in order to establish total control, the early Vatican claimed that illness was a punishment by God.

28:26 This concept was interrupted for a few years by the Stauffers, when emperor Otto, at the re-foundation of the Holy Roman Empire on Jan 1st, 1000 AD employed the French Humanist Gerbert de Aureac for the purpose of establishing a medical system, which was obviously not present before.

For, the military faction, the western Roman wing, had separated from Rome, that is well known. They had only military knowledge, but no technical knowledge, they were separated from the universities and culture. The early gothic was able to build small windows only, no tall buildings, the building plans were useless, whenever the knowledge of craftsmen and engineers, which always must go together, didn’t converge. This is visible in early gothic architecture.

29:33 So, they recruited Gerbert de Aureac, alias Pope Silvester. He brought in the Arabs in each garrison from which the monasteries were derived from, with the aim to obtain the ancient knowledge of the Chinese via the Arabs, who themselves had further developed medicine. For, in China the concept of contagion didn’t exist, there is the concept of too much and too little energy, there is the influence, latin influenza, by the decrease and increase of light and warmth in spring and autumn, but the idea of contagion plays no role.

Contagion is not part of arjuvedic medicine. The concept of contagion is typically war- oriented, European.


The idea of disease being something vile was already retracted from by Galenus, the great physician of Marcus Aurelius. He refrained from this concept and stated that they had recognized: it wasn’t sin that makes people sick, but rather that diseas may cause sins.  And today, if we think about the insights of German New Medicine by Dr. Hamer, this is becoming very up to date. We find psychoses, that can be visualized in CT scans, as a result of diverse constellations, that is, activities in the brain in different locations and sudden alterations from mania to depression and other properties.

Gerbert de Aureac again pursued this (oriental) approach and the foundation of the empire was humane. However, this was quickly changed to the contrary, when Pope Silvester died a few years later.  After this, health tribunals were installed throughout the entire Holy Roman Empire of German Nations.


The Vatican didn’t manage to confiscate all the documents in all archives from this time, especially in the later protestant regions.

From these city chronicles and book we learn that there were health tribunals in the entire Holy Roman Empire, headed by a priest, accompanied by community or city councilors, and they decided who was a sacred sick person, or who was an evil sick person, who was punished by god and therefore needed to be expelled. The German word for leprosy is Aussatz, which means to cast away.

This leprosy/ expulsion- concept is identical in all regions in which the data was preserved throughout the Holy Roman Empire in the beginning of the 11th century. The definition included natural illnesses such as hair loss, acne zits, swellings and so on, but it also included trickier diagnoses such as the claim someone had a nightmare. He might have called out in his sleep or the like, and even more wicked (this could be called the first AIDS test in medieval times): goose bumps as a reaction to a draft. That was a criterium to be expelled, the person was tattooed (marked), received the last oiling, and was forced to leave all inhabited territories, and was forbidden to come near a settlement the by threat of death penalty.


That was the leprosy concept (i.e. Aussatz, expulsion) beginning with the 11th century. Then, after the onset of the Small Ice Age in 1308, when great pressure of migration from the north arrived, as the northern apple and wheat plantations became less productive due to severe cold, large tensions, hunger catastrophes and so on, arose in the new Holy Roman Empire of German Nations. Especially after the strong earthquake with epicenter in Friuli of 1348, which devastated many Mediterranean cIties. This was interpreted by the orthodox as a proof of the antichrist, as law and order collapsed because the central hub of global trade, Venice, as well as all trade lines and currencies, also collapsed. At this point, this exact concept with the exact same disease definition was adapted by the priests and city officials, to declare entire groups of the population as punished by god and they were claimed to have the black plague. Entire city quarters were quarantined, put under lock down, starved to death, slaughtered and poisoned, just as Goethe describes it.


They simply renamed Leprosy into black plague. Later, as the Vatican’s power of definition was reduced by national revolutions, French Revolution, American Revolution, the same concept was renamed into small pox, but the same principle remained. Today, it is carried on in unacceptable disease definitions such as AIDS. At any rate, the public was terrified to no ends, whenever epidemics were declared, for this meant they could be put into quarantine, they could be killed, they could be forced to take medications, just as Goethe described. Meanwhile, thousands died because there was no food, there were social upheavals. And the survivors applauded. This medical system was always immediately repressive in times of crisis and in its history it always regarded disease as something vile, evil: the illness demon, that takes hold of someone and grows and rages like a cancer, and above all, can even be spread and transmitted to others like an evil spell, the disease demon. This fear was extremely ingrained in society, and the medical system, from which the pharma industry as the most powerful entity on this planet, arose, will not give up this power on their own account. For this, we need to become active citizens.

For this, I will provide you with more information. The idea of a virus was realized, and from this idea the field of gene technology was derived.


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The primordial cultural fear of the body

First it was gods, then God, who punished people with diseases for their sins. But who is without sin? No one! So diseases can break out at any time, and man himself is the cause. This age-old, if not millennia-old, cultural primal fear of people has been overlooked until now. This fear of one's own body is still effective today, is constantly increased and reinforces every other fear. The false claims of deadly diseases, the pandemic policy and ultimately the authority of the states are based on this fear. Only the state is supposed to guarantee health and life.

With the Enlightenment, this primordial fear of the body was snatched from God and the gods and heightened in the form of a new idea. Biology, life and the cosmos could no longer be explained by the action of information and spirit, but exclusively by molecules. These had themselves come into being by chance, had come together, and that was how life had come into being. But since there are millions of molecules that are constantly at work in life, small errors can build up into diseases. Disease therefore results from the formation of material defect carriers in one's own body. These defect carriers can become malignant and stronger than life itself.

This is the result: Everyone must expect to become ill and die at any time due to defect carriers in one's own body. Anyone who believes in this theory and is diagnosed with an incurable disease has a high risk of dying from the diagnosis, even without lethal treatment. The belief of the majority that dangerous material defect carriers from another body enter one's own forces the belief in material contagion, in pathogens. This justifies the need to isolate the population, the sometimes lethal forced treatments, the fight against the dissenters of the fear belief and those who point out contradictions and offer better explanations. They endanger the only unquestioned authority of the state.

Stefan Lanka


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