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Connecting the Dots PAST. PRESENT. FUTURE.Science, Technology Beyond Human DignityPandemics/EpidemicsIt has been a while since we have sent out our newsletter or other alerts and communications to yo…

Connecting the Dots

PAST. PRESENT. FUTURE.
Science, Technology Beyond Human Dignity
Pandemics/Epidemics
It has been a while since we have sent out our newsletter or other alerts and communications to you, and we miss it. But we have been very busy with the growth and expansion of CTD. We humbly thank you and honor you for accepting the uniqueness of CTD. Obviously, we feel that CTD is one of the most important parcels of information in the African diaspora that focuses on the little known field/industry and practice of scientific animus, what Harriet A. Washington identifies in her book “Medical Apartheid”. From the feedback and responses that we have received from many around the world, CTD is impacting many, disclosing themes, history and origins of scientific animus; revealing the force of information technology, biotechnology and nanotechnology that so few of us know anything about. Yet, these technologies are controlling our world in very unprecedented and uncharted ways. Technologies that represent our greatest fight. Today, and we have said this previously, “There are others who manipulate atoms and molecules, genes and DNA with incredible control and accuracy. They use technology three generations removed from the average person. These technologies defy logic and represent a revolution in the way we grow food, treat disease, engineer materials and handle information.”
We have have said for some time now that the African diaspora is being seized with pandemics and epidemics that are the result of tacitly known nano and biotechnologies that find their origin in Germany and Nazi Germany. Technologies that defy logic, significantly altering our world. We have presented the importance of the Human Genome project, protein engineering, protein manipulation and protein synthesis (above: photo of protein engineering); the ZIKA virus just might be another recent example of this. Strong evidence is mounting that ZIKA may possibly be the result of protein engineering and protein manipulation. ZIKA appears to be a “side effect” of the RIDL gene-transfer. The so-called “Death Gene” blockage, using the GATA binding protein, can affect the same gene in human embryos as in the targeted mosquito pupae (transformation stage between the larva and the imago). The OX513-A captive mosquito program releases protein-carrier male mosquitoes to mate with the wild local female mosquitoes. The lethal protein enters the eggs to disrupt embryonic growth, causing the offspring to self-destruct (auto-side) before they reach adulthood. You can see how these dangerous proteins are transferred to women, thereby seriously harming human embryonic development. We presented some of this on our show of January 29, 2015, titled “Genetically Modified Mosquitos”.
GcMAF
June 19, 2015, Dr Jeffrey Bradstreet was found dead of gun shot wound to his chest, his death ruled a suicide. Just three day prior to his death, his Buford, Georgia, medical office was raided by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). All records, research and papers were seized. His published worked on GcMAF presented a crack for us to peer through, seeking to connect dots between Autism, manipulation of the human immune system (which really caught our eye, considering our presentation of the geometric means for the WBC counts in Africans versus Whites. Macrophages are a type of white blood cell that engulfs and digests cellular debris, foreign substances, microbes, cancer cells, and anything else that does not have the types of proteins specific to healthy body cells on its surface). Subsequently, there have been a significant number of Homeopathic/Naturopathic doctors in the Florida/Georgia region dying, 6 in a 30 day period in June/July of 2015. What was the connections in these deaths? Any work concerning WBC’s would attract our attention. Studying Bradstreet's work lead us to a forgotten announcement of the GcMAF protein in combating AIDS and the work of Dr. Nobuto Yamamoto. Although his papers have been retracted for “irregularities in the documentation for institutional review board approval”, his and his team’s science that is presented is accurate.
Beginning this coming Friday (3/11/16) at HarambeeRadio.com, ‘Connecting the Dots’ ’The People’s Scientist’, Dr. Marcus Tillery, Ph.D and ‘Morpheus, Philly’s Own’, Charles Pitts will present a series of programs on the GcMAF (Gc- Protein derived Macrophage Activating Factor), its relationship to Vitamin D3, the immune system and the promulgation of the plethora of diseases that are simply exploding in the African diaspora. So gather, family members, tell a friend and spread the word for a truly unprecedented series on scientific animus that finds it’s origin in 18th century Congo region. You will not hear this information, this type of analysis and examination anywhere else.

This will be groundbreaking!

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