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The American, conservative, far-right news website Breitbart News , published an article in which allegedly witnesses talk about burning hopelessly coronavirus patients on the verge of death in crematoria.

Attention! The article uses unconfirmed information.

Locals in Wuhan, where the Chinese coronavirus pandemic arose, heard screams coming from the funeral home furnaces, and some of them treated in hospitals say they saw workers putting coronavirus patients still alive in body bags, Radio said. Free Asia (RFA).

The RFA noted that it could not independently confirm that coronavirus patients were burned alive in China, China did not confirm or refute these rumors. However, rumors have been circulating that there will be room for new patients in overcrowded hospitals in Wuhan; medical staff selected older patients less likely to survive the infection and sent them to incinerators while they were still alive and conscious.

The RFA quoted a witness named Ma “close to the funeral industry,” who said he heard reports of “people who were put in body bags while they were still moving.”

“Some people say that … there is a video screaming from the funeral homes inside the stoves … that tells us that some people were delivered to the funeral homes when they were still alive,” he added.

The source also noted the presence of videos from an anonymous elderly woman who was being treated at Wuhan Hospital, allegedly from the Chinese coronavirus.

“One elderly woman said that they put one guy in … a body bag when he was not dead, and took him to the crematorium because there was no way to save him,” Ma told RFA.

In February, a video of an elderly woman who, according to her, she witnessed how a patient was next to her in Wuhan Hospital, who was still alive, was put on social media and put in a body bag.

“She has not died, her legs and arms are still moving,” the woman says, “[they wrapped her in a plastic bag and zipped it up.”

According to New Tang Dynasty, a television station affiliated with the persecuted Chinese Falun Gong movement, the woman spoke with a Wuhan accent, suggesting that she came from a central Chinese city.

The Taiwanese Taiwan News tracked the origin of the video in the Chinese youth production student group, which reportedly uploaded the video on February 24th. Taiwan News noted that the woman claimed that she had symptoms of coronavirus, but since she did not have serious symptoms, unlike the person who was taken away, and she estimates he was over 70.

“She said that this man was weak, but was still breathing when medical workers“ tied his head, ”and then his arms and legs, which“ were still moving, ”the Taiwan News said , noting that she also complained that in the hospital to which she had been admitted, the patients had no other treatment for coronavirus than oxygen. 

The woman said she felt that older patients in the hospital were treated “like dead dogs.”

Neither Taiwan News nor the RFA can independently confirm reports of the burning of Wuhan residents alive.

The Chinese Communist Party claims that it recorded 82,718 cases of coronavirus nationwide and 3,335 deaths as of Tuesday. The vast majority of them, 3,212 deaths, were recorded in Hubei Province. Wuhan is the capital of this province.

Numerous reports citing sources in seven Wuhan funeral homes dispute this assumption, believing that the death toll in the city is ten times the official death toll in China across the country. Reports of hundreds of bodies cremated in some funeral homes began to appear in February, at the height of an epidemic in the city. Government officials do not allow residents to take the remains of their relatives until the end of March.

When the funeral homes were opened for the distribution of ashes, according to witnesses, some of them distributed up to 5,000 sets of remains per day. It is estimated that the number of sets of remains distributed last week in Wuhan ranges from 30,000 to 46,000.

“There are suspicions that many people died in their homes without a diagnosis, and at first there were no test kits,” said an anonymous resident in his report last week. “No one in Wuhan believes the official figures.

A source at the funeral home reported that at some point Wuhan cremated so many bodies that some incinerators broke down, as a result of which cremators placed several bodies in one incinerator at a time to somehow cope with the influx of the dead. As a result, several cases were recorded when people received urns with ashes, in which there were objects that they did not recognize, which clearly did not belong to their loved ones.

“A resident of Jiangan County in Wuhan, named Liu, said she found a men’s belt buckle in an urn that she was given, presumably with her mother’s ashes,” the RFA said. “And a resident of Hongshan said he found the remains of a ceramic tooth crown, denture, or implant in an urn marked with his father’s name, although his father never had such an item.”

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Is COVID-19 a direct proof of the existence of the Matrix?

The COVID-19 pandemic since its inception is full of mysteries, however, the biggest of them is the name of the pathogen itself, which does not fit into the framework of the generally accepted taxonomy of viruses.

Moreover, the name of the virus changed several times and there was even an attempt to rename the current COVID-19. Nevertheless, the name has remained the same and therefore many conspiracy theorists think that the name COVID-19 is fraught with something. But what?

In an attempt to answer this question, with a nickname Clawspiracy on May 25, 2020 he laid out his view of the situation for general discussion and invited all conspiracy theorists to follow the traditional path of Freemasonry and lay out the so-called “magic square” from an incomprehensible word:

The square is selected with a size of 5X5 characters, the numbers are discarded, and the word COVID is sequentially written five times in the forward and reverse sequence. And to the great surprise of the author, the picture was surprisingly symmetrical.

The center of symmetry of the square is the sequence VVVVV, which, obviously, stands for Vi veri universum vivus vici or, in Latin: “By the power of truth, I, the living, have conquered the universe.” The original quote is Dr. Faust, but it is better known for Aleister Crowley, who chose VVVVV as his magical motto. 

The next element of the square is the obvious digital sequence 01010/10101 – that is, an explicit binary code that clearly indicates something and, as it were, hints at the Microsoft digital identifier, patent application for which has the number 060606:

Continuing experiments with this binary code, Clawspiracy first translated the resulting sequences into English text, receiving the letters F and K, which can be understood as a hint of the word “f *** k”, and then tried to convert the binary string to Windows-12- code 52, as a result of which he received the symbol ™ … that is, a trademark.

The third side of the magic square contains a DCD sequence. Most often, this abbreviation stands for Developmental Coordination Disorder. This is also called dispraxia – impaired movement in children in the absence of impaired muscle tone and paralysis. At the same time, children experience difficulties in performing various complex movements, they have a violation of coordination, therefore one of the names of the pathology is “clumsy child syndrome”.

DCD can also be understood as the Compulsory Declaration of Disease System or as Donation after death from circulatory arrest   and involves the removal of organs for transplantation from patients whose death has been diagnosed and confirmed using cardiorespiratory criteria.

At the moment, the study, of course, is not the most profound and not exhaustive – the author only drew the attention of the public to things that are obvious and striking. Nevertheless, even a cursory acquaintance with the subject is enough to see some hidden meaning in the word COVID-19 – there is more than enough symbolism there and for sure conspiracy theorists will still have a lot of wonderful and surprising discoveries. 

But at the moment, the most important thing and one thing is not clear: such hidden links and parallels in the name COVID-19 – is this a conspiracy of globalist Illuminati, or is Artificial Intelligence behind the pandemic?

 Or maybe the world around us is not real, but some kind of digital, in which all things are invisibly interconnected and controlled only by the laws of computational mathematics?

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Humanoid Invasion. The mystery of one of the most mysterious photographs of the twentieth century

A photograph of a space alien taken at a family picnic has become one of the most famous photographs of the twentieth century.

On May 23, 1964, a photograph of the so-called Solway-Firth astronaut, who became one of the most famous in the twentieth century. A firefighter from the English countryside, who went with his family on a picnic, took a photo that circled all the world’s newspapers. Some researchers for a long time considered photography the only reliable picture of an alien.

The birth of a legend

On May 23, 1964, a fireman and amateur photographer from Carlisle Jim Templeton went with his wife and daughter to a picnic in Burg Marsh, a picturesque area near Solway Firth Bay on the border of England and Scotland. On the trip, he took with him a Zeiss Contax camera, hoping to take some pictures against the backdrop of local landscapes.

Nothing extraordinary happened during the trip, after returning Templeton gave the film to the developer. Several dozen pictures taken by him that day were not unusual, but one of the photographs was out of the ordinary. Behind his five-year-old daughter, the silhouette of a humanoid in a silver-white “space” suit or suit was clearly visible in the photo, and a helmet with dark glass could also be seen on his head.

Templeton was absolutely sure that strangers simply could not get into the frame, because that day no one was resting in the Burg March except for a couple of pensioners who were very far from them. In addition, he was convinced that he did not see anyone (except his daughter) in the frame at the moment when he was taking the picture.

An excited fireman took the picture to the police. The police shrugged and returned the photo back, not knowing what to do with it. Templeton then gave the photograph to Kodak representatives to tell him if this could be a defect in their film. The company studied the photo and came to the conclusion that there could be no defect, someone was really captured in the photo, moreover, the photo definitely does not have any traces of photo montage and fake.

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History got into local newspapers, and from there it passed on to the most popular and large-circulation English newspapers. Of these, she got into the world press. The Humanoid was dubbed the Solway-Firth Astronaut / Astronaut.

A few days after that, a rocket launch at the training ground was to take place in Australia. However, the launch was canceled due to technical problems. But the story of the Solway-Firth astronaut at that time was so popular that a rumor was born that the launch was actually canceled due to the fact that on the site they saw two figures similar to the English “astronaut” figures in silver spacesuits. They tried to detain them, but they disappeared without a trace, as if dissolved in the air.

Although no evidence of this story could be found in the archives (the launch of the rocket was filmed in photos and videos, but no presence of “astronauts” on the films was recorded), it became a popular urban legend, picked up by enthusiastic ufologists.

Men in black visit

There is a popular urban legend about people in black. Allegedly working for a top-secret government organization whose function is to hide the traces of an alien presence in the world. The legend originated in the circles of ufologists in the mid-50s, and Templeton made a certain contribution to its popularization, although he himself was not one of the ufologists.

A few days after the story with the “astronaut” hit all the world media, two people came to Templeton’s home. They called themselves government agents, but refused to give their names, stating that “they are identified only by numbers.” They demanded that the firefighter take them to the place where he took his famous photograph.

Screenshot © Youtube / Dave Armitage

On the way, they asked him about the circumstances in which he took a photo. After making sure that Templeton could not tell them anything sensational, and not finding anything unusual in the Burg March, the men left very upset.

Templeton himself in later interviews said that he believed that they were most likely not associated with any government organizations. Perhaps they were amateur ufologists or reporters longing for sensation. However, in ufological circles, the version about their involvement in the “people in black” was more popular.

Humanoid

Templeton’s photo immediately gained cult status in the circles of ufologists and UFO hunters. This was almost the first serious material evidence, since almost all the other stories about UFOs and aliens were based only on unverified eyewitness accounts or obviously fake photos. In this case, a convincing argument was the examination of the Kodak film manufacturer, which confirmed that the photo is genuine and not a photo montage.

Ufologists besieged the British Department of Defense for many years with requests to study and comment on the photo, but the military did not show much interest in it. The author of the photograph received many letters from conspiracy therapists, ufologists and paranormal researchers until his death. All of them put forward their explanations of what happened and once again asked Templeton to share memories of that day in the hope that he would remember something forgotten or lost.

Falsification

Skeptics believed that Templeton simply deliberately went to falsification. A bored fireman from a remote English province went on a forgery for the sake of five minutes of fame. In this regard, England had a rich tradition. At the end of the 19th century, in the wake of the universal popularity of spiritualism, a lot of fake photographs appeared with ghosts, spirits, fairies, elves, etc. So why in the middle of the twentieth century, in the wake of the popularity of UFOs and in general the space theme, do not go for a similar forgery?

Jim Templeton 

The main argument of the supporters of this version was the fact that there were no other witnesses who could independently confirm Templeton’s words on the Burg March that day. So, nothing prevented the fireman from dressing his wife in a “space” suit or even taking a picture of a mannequin.

Templeton himself, who lived almost 50 years after this photo and regularly gave interviews, always assured that at the time when he took the photo of his daughter, there was nobody in the frame. In any case, he did not see anyone through the viewfinder of the camera, otherwise he would not have taken the picture.

Optical illusion

In the XXI century, modern technology has allowed a more thorough study of the photograph of the Solway-Firth astronaut. So the version was born, which has become one of the most popular at the present time.

Researchers were encouraged by other Templeton photos taken that very day. Several of them depict his wife, dressed in a light blue dress. Annie Templeton wore short black hair, which in a blurry photo (the “humanoid” figure was in the background and was out of focus) could be mistaken for a helmet.

After examining the photo in several professional photo editors, the researchers concluded that the “humanoid” is definitely a human figure that stands with its back to the photographer. If you look closely at the photo, it will be noticeable by the “humanoid” arm bent at the elbow.

Due to overexposure of the exposition at the time of the photograph, Templeton’s light blue dress could have acquired a white and silver color, which is noticeable in some other photographs taken that day.

However, Templeton was not necessarily a liar. He really could not see that a few meters behind his daughter was his wife. The fact is that the viewfinder of his camera had a characteristic feature, he displayed the frame far from completely. The area in which Annie Templeton was located could simply be hidden from the eyes of her husband. Therefore, he was very surprised to see a strange figure in the photo shown, reminiscent of a character from then popular science fiction films.

Jim Templeton lived a long life and passed away in 2011 at the age of 91. Becoming the author of one of the most famous photographs of the twentieth century, he regularly gave interviews until his death. Templeton did not claim that the figure in the photo is an alien or a ghost, he insisted only that he did not see her in the viewfinder while photographing and he did not know who it could be.

Currently, most researchers believe that in the famous photograph there is nothing supernatural and unusual. But some still believe that this photo is one of the few reliable evidence of the existence of life outside the Earth.

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Is it true that thousands of Brazilians saw a UFO crash?

Well, lovers of conspiracy theories, it is your time! According to recent publications in the world media, thousands of Brazilians saw an unidentified flying object in the sky. Needless to say, the numerous videos published on social networks provoked a wave of real madness. Reports that a UFO allegedly crashed in a Brazilian forest instantly diverged on Twitter after users have uploaded videos in which the alleged unknown object glows with blue, red and yellow lights. 

In one video, you can see that the lights are arranged in a triangle. Eyewitnesses also report that Google maps hid pictures from the site of the UFO crash. But what is the likelihood that this unidentified object is actually something from other worlds, and not an ordinary satellite or drone, skillfully assembled by jokers?

Did the aliens suddenly decide to fly to Rio de Janeiro or is there another explanation?

I see a UFO!

To understand what really happened in Brazil, you should turn to history. Hundreds and thousands of people around the world with an enviable frequency report that they have seen a real flying saucer. Some are convinced that they were completely abducted by the “little green people” and conducted various, often intimate, experiments on them. So, sperm was traditionally taken from men and eggs from women or the embryo was cut (hereinafter referred to as the list).

The astronomer and popularizer of science Carl Sagan in his book “The Demon-Haunted World: Science as a candle in Dark” writes:

In 1992, a survey conducted in the United States showed that more than 6,000 adult Americans believe in aliens. But for some reason, no one bothered to answer the question of why creatures so successful in physics and engineering – they overcome huge interstellar spaces, pass through walls through ghosts – are they much less able in biology? Why, if they try to keep a secret, simply do not erase all the memories of the abduction? Can not? And why do all of their equipment correspond to the size of a person and looks very much like the equipment of a regional clinic? Why do these multiple coexistence of aliens with humans?

Nothing, next time we’ll be taken for sure

The first mention of “flying saucers” appeared in the middle of the twentieth century. That was the time when humanity was preparing for travels to the moon and other planets. The idea that another, more ancient and development civilization could well reach us from a distant star system was in the air. At the same time, all testimonies about meetings with aliens and flying saucers are based solely on the testimonies of witnesses – broken and extremely contradictory. For some, the object was moving rapidly, for others, it froze in the air, still others reported that the ship had the shape of a ball, disk, and even a cigar. The UFOs were buzzing, completely silent, or just sparkling, shimmering in different colors.

In fact, most UFO reports were … honest. In most cases, people observed natural, albeit not quite ordinary phenomena. So, some UFOs turned out to be high-altitude balloons, luminous insects, optical illusions, mirages, planets seen under unusual atmospheric conditions, light refraction, meteors, artificial satellites, launch vehicles, orbits, etc. Moreover, it cannot be ruled out that these could be small comets that decayed in the upper atmosphere.

Needless to say, this sphere of the “unknown” attracts a huge number of charlatans who want to make money on UFO stories and aliens who just need to collect your seminal fluid or eggs. Journalists, science fiction writers, cinema, the Internet and social networks also contributed to the spread of the flying saucer myth. Well, what can I say, the topic is really interesting.

Video of UFO eyewitnesses in the sky over Brazil. What do you think it could be?

I note that all the evidence for the existence of flying saucers and gray (or green?) Men turned out to be frankly weak and unconvincing. For the most part, this evidence was generated by gullibility, hallucinations, ignorance of the laws of physics, fears, thirst for attention, fame, money. One way or another, today there is no evidence that mysterious objects in the sky, which are sometimes reported by people – alien ships. But what, then, did they see in Brazil?

UFO in Brazil – what is it?

So, on numerous videos on social networks you can see a fancy glowing object – what is it? According to some eyewitnesses on Twitter, “something fell into the lake. But that doesn’t seem to be a satellite. ” Then, as Express writes , dozens of posts with the #MageUFO hashtag on Twitter “disappeared”, on Reddit “posts related to Brazilian UFOs also started to disappear.” 

After that, UFO enthusiasts shared a link to a satellite image of Google Maps, which depicts a forest in Mage, located north of Rio de Janeiro. The picture showed something white in a bizarre shape. Instantly, the photo spawned several conspiracy theories.

This image was subsequently removed from Google maps

A Google spokesman tried to explain this mysterious phenomenon to Vice:

In this case, what people see in the pictures is a reflection that temporarily overloads the satellite’s sensor. In fact, the sun’s rays reflected off the building’s surface at a right angle, which briefly “blinded” the satellite. This is a fairly common occurrence.

Witnesses also reported loud explosions and shots near the crash site, as well as increased attention of police and military to what was happening. 

One way or another, even if an unidentified flying object in the sky above Brazil is indeed an alien ship, a more reasonable explanation is a satellite or another, possibly previously unknown to science, astronomical phenomenon. Agree, it is better to accept the unknown than a false explanation of the truth.

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