Great session, thanks!! The stuff about the genome is very interesting, and makes sense to me. Consider this:
In Frank Ryan's Virolution, he explains that at least 43% of our DNA is viral or contains viral elements. My guess is that these viral elements, in addition to the other things he mentions in the book, are also there to facilitate such transfers through realm curtain. And viral elements are found in other animals too, not just human. So we what we have is virii which are an integral makeup of the genome, as well as their amazing ability to re-write code, which in turn can change how information is received and translated from the information field (or higher densities). Quite amazing!A: Genome manufactured in 4th density and sent through realm curtain in a manner similar to how virii are transmitted.
Yes that may be so, but in a detrimental way. That's the intent behind psyops - to give enough truth mixed with lies so that you can't tell the difference any more. At which point you either become confused or a 'true believer', and then they've got you snared. For example:Q, even if a psyop, I feel like is peeling back some of these layers by changing the perception of the people.
You guys might want to check out this thread if you haven't done so already, starting from here. Personally, I did not find anything about Q compelling enough to keep following it. My first impression was that it created more questions than answers, which could not ever be verified leading peeps to waste time on dead ends. But then again, that's the idea when it comes to cointelpro.I would just hope that some of the folks here will dig a little deeper into Q before you dismiss it outright. There are now quite a few incidences of Q-post vs Trump tweet, timing and topic, that strongly suggest that comms are closely linked to the Pres. I think Trump has plenty 'up his sleeve' in so far as draining the swamp. I am grateful that the C's are helping keep the cards 'close to the chest'. I am no spring chicken, and I base my belief on much research and consideration.