Was Bat Longevity Used To Rope In The Life Extension-Obsessed Tech Titans?

One of the really big shockers for me has been the relationship of the tech giants to the bat coronavirus researchers. What the heck is up with that?

Why did Zuckerberg and Chan (after COVID “struck”) fund Baric, who worked with “the bat woman” and Wuhan? It smells every bit like a “book deal” – an influence pay-off after the fact. This would lead me to believe that Zuck and Chan and Baric actually go back FURTHER, in ways that have not appeared yet.

Why did Google fund Daszak and a group that then funded Wuhan? This actually goes back. And then, Daszak trying to cover up HIS role in the cover-up of the Wuhan Institute of Virology connection – what’s up with THAT?

I don’t want to get into all that stuff too much, but I want to leave you some great links to show you this is REAL – this is not BS. The “fake news snopesing complex” is all over this, trying to hide it, but the word is OUT.


References on tech / bat research monetary links

Here is the Zuckerberg-Chan “book deal payoff” to Baric’s lab.

Zuckerberg Group Funnels Six-Figures To Wuhan Lab Partner, Gain-Of-Function Advocate. https://thenationalpulse.com/exclusive/facebook-czi-funds-controversial-wuhan-researcher/

Here is the Google connection to Daszak and Wuhan.

Stunning Revelation: For Ten Years, Google Has Been Funding EcoHealth Alliance Who Participated In Deadly Bat Coronavirus Research In Wuhan China https://100percentfedup.com/stunning-revelation-for-ten-years-google-has-been-funding-ecohealth-alliance-who-participated-in-deadly-bat-coronavirus-research-in-wuhan-china/

This next link explaining the cover-up is amazing – its the “Climategate of Chimerican Bat Research”.

Who is Peter Daszak, the nonprofit exec who sent taxpayer money to Wuhan lab? https://nypost.com/2021/06/04/who-is-peter-daszak-exec-who-sent-taxpayer-money-to-wuhan-lab/

More Daszak cover-up, this time syncing up to Facebook, which ties the Google and Facebook scandals together.

Facebook’s CCP-Linked ‘Fact-Checker’ Is Now Censoring Stories Critical Of Zuckerberg-Funded Wuhan Lab Partners https://www.sgtreport.com/2021/06/facebooks-ccp-linked-fact-checker-is-now-censoring-stories-critical-of-zuckerberg-funded-wuhan-lab-partners/

Fauci reveals that Mark Zuckerberg offered him “resources and money” – this at the same time Zuck was using cash to interfere in the 2020 election on behalf of Democrats.

Fauci Lets Slip That Mark Zuckerberg Offered Him ‘Resources & Money’ In Redacted E-Mails https://thenationalpulse.com/news/fauci-reveals-what-was-redacted-in-his-zuckerberg-emails/

K. T. McFarland puts it in perspective.

‘The damage has been done and China got away with it’: Former Deputy National Security Adviser McFarland skewers media and ‘tech titans’ for dismissing Wuhan lab theory https://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-9640825/KT-McFarland-skewers-media-tech-titans-dismissing-Wuhan-lab-theory.html

So what are their motives?

Now, I had just heard about all of these monetary connections now being discovered, and thought that any relationship between the tech giants and these virus creeps had to be connected to the FAKE ELECTION PLOT.

BUT – as I was perusing the internet COVID literature, I encountered two scientific papers that made me realize something.

These tech tyrants may have had ANOTHER motive. A DEEPER and MORE PERSONAL motive.

Wanting to live forever – or at least LONGER.

And it gets BIGGER – as in all of society – as in FITNESS – as in EUGENICS.

And you know who THAT brings in.

This is the article that tipped me off.


mSphere. 2018 Sep-Oct; 3(5): e00397-18.Published online 2018 Sep 19. doi: 10.1128/mSphere.00397-18 PMCID: PMC6147128PMID: 30232167

Bats Are an Untapped System for Understanding Microbiome Evolution in Mammals

Melissa R. Ingala,a,b,cNancy B. Simmons,a,b and Susan L. Perkinsa,c,d

Here is the part of this paper that set off the alarms. I will make BOLD or underline the most important parts:


Bats and their microbes are increasingly recognized as important components of zoonotic disease cycles (3738). A few studies have identified potentially pathogenic members of the excreted bat microbiome such as Bartonella spp. (3940) and Leptospira spp. (41). Bats are also known or suspected to be the reservoir of several viruses that are lethal to humans, such as severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS), Ebola, and rabies viruses (42,44), as well as of Plasmodium parasites closely related to those in rodents that are used as models to study malaria (45). Genomic insights have generated plausible explanations for how bats may have evolved to harbor such deadly microbes (e.g., reference 46), but in spite of abundant evidence that the microbiome interfaces directly with the host immune system (4748), there has not yet been an integrative study addressing whether microbial symbionts contribute to bats’ innate ability to act as pathogen reservoirs. As an additional axis of variation, bats which have flexible roosting habits can be found in close proximity to humans and may potentially swap microbes with humans and their companion animals (49). Bats may transfer microbes to livestock when they exist in close proximity (e.g., pigs consuming partially eaten fruits dropped by fruit bats [50]) or use the same habitats (e.g., horses coming into contact with bat droppings in pastures [51]). Studying bat microbiomes would therefore have obvious public health implications and could help to explain the epidemiology of emerging infectious diseases.

Similar avenues of research can also consider what impact, if any, the host microbiome has on susceptibility of bats to white nose syndrome (WNS), a frequently fatal cutaneous infection that has reduced hibernating bat populations by up to 90% in North America (52). Because not all individuals are killed by the infection, there may be selection on the skin microbiomes of surviving individuals to become enriched with antifungal bacteria. Indeed, one study discovered that in WNS-positive populations, the skin microbiome of bats was enriched with Rhodococcus and Pseudomonas spp., which are known to have antifungal activity (53). Additional studies in this area can answer the questions of how exactly these bacteria inhibit the growth of the causative agent of WNS and what enrichment of the microbiome with these bacteria might mean for the long-term survival of affected host populations.

Bat microbiomes can be used more generally to understand the links between the microbiome and the evolution of other phenomena of interest, such as immunity and longevity. To date, studies addressing the link between host aging and the microbiome in humans and lab animals have uncovered direct links between microbial metabolic products and life span of the host (54). Bats represent an exciting system in which to test for links between the microbiome and aging because they are exceptionally long-lived for a mammal of their size (5556). Mice are conventional model mammals, but the commonly used BALB/c mouse strain has a life span of about a year and half, making studies of longevity in these animals rather short-lived (57). Bats of comparable mass can achieve life spans of up to 40 years, and many are philopatric to particular roosts, making repeat sampling of individuals throughout their lifetimes possible (5859). Because these animals’ microbiomes can be sampled nonlethally, they are inherently attractive for such studies (36). However, it is worth noting that these animals are especially sensitive to disturbance during hibernation, so experimental designs should minimize unintended disturbance of roosts, particularly in areas where white nose syndrome has decimated bat populations (60). It may also be possible to keep bats in captive colonies in order to sample them throughout successive years of their lives. Recent evidence suggests that metabolites produced by gut microbes in bats might offset the oxidative damages incurred during active flight, resulting in downstream impacts on aging (61). However, many questions still remain. By what mechanism does the microbiome help to extend life span, and is this pattern consistent across mammals? How does interindividual variation impact the relationships between longevity and microbiome community structure? We believe that studies of bat microbiomes can help to answer these important questions and more.Go to:


Bats represent an untapped resource for understanding microbiome evolution in mammals. Because of their exceptional diversity, longevity, and ecological importance, we believe that studies of their microbial symbionts will reveal exciting new roles for microbes in driving host evolution and fitness and may help us to better understand the dynamics of emerging zoonotic pathogens. We provide applications of bat microbiome research in the hopes that more researchers will realize the potential that this system has to offer. Multi-omics approaches can be used to parse apart the contributions of host genome, metagenome, and microbial metabolites to the processes described above, and as the costs of these methods continue to decrease, such studies will only become more feasible. The results of studying bat microbiomes using these approaches will undeniably advance the fields of host-microbe interactions, comparative physiology, and public health.

This then led me to a paper specifically about bats and longevity.


Cell Metab. 2020 Jul 7; 32(1): 31–43.Published online 2020 Jul 7. doi: 10.1016/j.cmet.2020.06.013 PMCID: PMC7341951PMID: 32640245

The World Goes Bats: Living Longer and Tolerating Viruses

Vera Gorbunova,1,Andrei Seluanov,1 and Brian K. Kennedy2,3,4,∗∗

This paper is an absolute GOLD MINE of authoritative scientific optimism about life extension through bats, tying in IMMUNITY and INFLAMMATION. I cannot just pick out some part to highlight – the WHOLE THING is evidence of what people are thinking.

What I have done is grabbed the IMAGES which are the most quickly informing. Not all of them – just some of them. Plus a few selections of text which are equally useful.


For centuries, people believed that bats possessed sinister powers. Bats are thought to be ancestral hosts to many deadly viruses affecting humans including Ebola, rabies, and most recently SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus. However, bats themselves tolerate these viruses without ill effects. The second power that bats have is their longevity. Bats live much longer than similar-sized land mammals. Here we review how bats’ ability to control inflammation may be contributing to their longevity. The underlying mechanisms may hold clues to developing new treatments for age-related diseases. Now may be the time to use science to exploit the secret powers of bats for human benefit.

Keywords: Bats, Aging, Longevity, Inflammation, Inflammaging

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Bats Live Longer Than Similar-Sized Land Mammals

(A) Major lineages of bats.

(B) Relationship between lifespan and body mass in mammals. Bats are indicated by red circles; all other species of mammals are indicated by black circles. The lifespan and body mass data are from Healy et al. (2014).

Treatments Based on Bat Strategies

Bats have evolved multiple mechanisms to suppress inflammation, in particular by dampening nucleic acid sensing pathways. A number of pharmacological interventions targeting nucleic acid sensing pathways had already been developed. Historically, the focus has been on developing activators of these pathways to serve as antiviral or anticancer drugs (reviewed in Vanpouille-Box et al., 2019). However, with the realization that inflammation contributes to a wide range of diseases from autoimmunity to age-related conditions, the interest has shifted to developing antagonists of nucleic acid sensors (Sheridan, 2019). This proved to be a challenging task due to high level of redundancy within nucleic acid sensing pathways and the danger of increasing vulnerability to infections. Here, the information obtained from the studies of bats can assist in drug discovery (Table 1 ).

Future Perspectives

In summary, besides serving as a source of deadly diseases and harboring viruses similar to SARS-CoV-2, which caused the current pandemics, bats have a lot to offer humanity by illuminating the pathways to develop novel therapeutics to treat age-related conditions and promote longevity. Already studies of the altered innate immune responses in bats point to several classes of small molecules, some of which have links to aging. However, we can only see the tip of the iceberg when it comes to understanding how bats deal with inflammation, and clearly more studies are warranted. This is also true for other hallmarks of aging, which are still minimally explored. In addition to finding small molecules targeting specific pathways that can be tested in humans, it will be of interest to engineer specific bat alterations in mice and determine whether this leads to enhanced lifespan and healthspan.

Bats have evolved skewed, and ultimately successful, strategies to experience longer and healthier lives, even if this is a secondary outcome of selection for responses to viral infections and/or the dramatic range of metabolic states that accompany periods of flight and torpor. Humans in the last century have created a lifestyle that has gone bats; we live in high densities and (many of us) travel extensively, enhancing exposure to and spread of pathogens. By embracing “batty” strategies to deal with the challenges that our new lifestyle presents, we may be able to solve what look to be the two biggest medical challenges of the 21st century: the rise of viral pandemics and the ever-increasing prevalence of chronic diseases that all share aging as their biggest risk factor.Go to:


This perspective was conceived when the authors were quarantined together for potential exposure to COVID-19. Research in authors’ laboratories is supported by grants from the National Institutes of Health, United States.

Where does this go?

OK? It really helps to skim through that SECOND article, because one can ALMOST see the stuff that would make these TECH TITANS DROOL.

Centuries more of life if we just got PARTIAL success in bringing over some “bat tech” to human life.

And I didn’t really dig here, either. This was just what was floating on TOP of the “bat longevity” literature.

Think how much “good” Zuckerberg, Brin, Gates and these others could do, in a few more centuries, if they just had the elixir vitae that bats seem to promise!

Those who don’t think this is a possible motivation, can look at my previous discussion of “life extension” in another article about the more “fictional” science of adrenochrome, wherein I discussed WHY it’s possible to sell a complete fiction like adrenochrome the drug to both CUSTOMERS and CRITICS. In that discussion, the interest of the tech titans in life extension is both mentioned and referenced.

The Adrenochrome Deception

The Truths, Lies, and Disinformation Surrounding a Mythical yet Very Real Substance There is nothing more intriguing than an enigmatic character who defies political and cultural boundaries to tell great truths, yet mixes in just enough lies, fakery, shiny objects, red herrings, exaggerations and omissions to make himself or herself economically viable solely on their …

In the process of this scientific and social examination of the mythical “adrenochrome”, I looked at the very real concept of “young blood”.

There is a REAL market for any REAL or merely RUMORED rejuvenation.

People will even inject themselves with a deadly POISON to look younger.

Yes. “Beautox” is real. And it “REALLY” works – to make people LOOK younger.

Oh, Mark Zuckerberg – you are looking MAAAAHRRRRVELOUS!

Now, I don’t know WHO or HOW – China or CIA or Obama or DARPA – but I suspect that LIFE EXTENSION is the HOBBY WITH BENEFITS of the elite. And BATS was a natural attractor.

So I suspect that this INFLUENCER – bat research as the path to the elixir vitae – was introduced into the RIGHT CIRCLES by people who understood influence. And HERE WE ARE.



How will China and their puppets study the success of their bioweapon here in the United States, and its effect on voting?


(S)he who controls the DATA controls the WORLD.

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Wolf, love your mind. Could evil be this simple?
Bats are the Fountain of Youth?

Valerie Curren

I was going to comment on the vampire/immortality/bat/blood links but you beat me to it & much more insightfully too! Adrenochrome effects from laboratory suspects 🙂  🙄 


I often read posts or tell my husband look at this. He made the same comments you did. Very interesting.

One of my grandmothers lived to be 99, the other died naturally at age 49. I’m praying I go sooner rather than later. I’m 50 and genetically take after the 2nd grandmother, so here’s to hoping I’m not stuck in this cesspool for another 49 years!  😋 

Valerie Curren

For me to live is Christ & to die is gain!

Sylvia Avery

I knew there was a reason this guy came to mind as I was reading your excellent essay. Why are our generation’s robber barons so weird, antisocial, and creepy?
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Oldman was great in this role! Imagine being stuck in a castle with that. The part where he slithers down the wall. 😬

Sylvia Avery

He WAS good, wasn’t he? Enormously creepy!

Cuppa Covfefe

Grab your shovel, Sylvia, it’s time to get SanFran Nan and Chan fleeing like bats BACK INTO HELL!!!

Intereting that it’s Chan Zuckerberg and not Zuckerberg Chan.

Almost as it she’s his, erm, Chandler…
(Zuck be nimble, Zuck be quick, Zuck sat down on a candlestick, ’cause fire is the Devil’s only friend)…

Cuppa Covfefe

Wow. That’s worse than one of my puns 🙂

Chandler being a candlestick maker… add some deep state butchers and bakers…

Sylvia Avery

Hiya, Cuppa! My shovel might not do it! Silver bullets and hawthorne stakes are the usual items required in these circumstances!


I had to look up what a ‘microbiome’ is.

I think you’re onto something here, boss.

It’s all connected, isn’t it.
The elitist obsession with life-extension gave rise to massive research efforts into viruses.

This was because it all intersects…on bats…since bats have an unusual immunity to all the deadly viruses that they carry.

It makes my head hurt.


Discussion of microbiomes reminds me of the old school game of “Tom Swifties”, where you were supposed to construct a sentence where the adverbs or modifiers had some reference to the subject. Things like: “‘I have long considered the topic of safety limits on work-related lifting to be unsettled,’ said the magistrate weightily” or “‘make sure to wear your safety helmet, as this is far stronger than the light from welding apparatus,’ said Tom brightly.”

Which, of course leads into: “I’ve recharged my microbiome,” said Terry, with a sh*t-eating grin.


I could be mistaken, but I think the main pic of this post is of the mexican free-tail bat colony leaving their “roost” underneath the Congress Ave. bridge in Austin, TX, which has become a major nightly viewing event each spring – fall since the bridge reconstruction unintentionally created the ideal bat “cave” in 1980. If you’ve never seen a bat colony leave for it’s nightly hunt, it is truly an impressive thing to see in person.

Here is another angle….

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Kidding aside, the sack of biological materials that you haul around to “visit” places is comprised of roughly 30-40 trillion human cells, with human DNA. It also contains 30-40T nonhuman cells, with bacteria the #1 type, although fungi and multicellular creatures are in the mix as well. Because the average bacterial cell is slightly larger than the average human cell, you tend to be about 43% human cells, by weight.

You may notice that your health is generally good, with occasional bouts of illness you can usually trace back to external encounters. That’s because this crowd you live with are almost completely harmless under normal circumstances. In fact, many of them are symbiotic — providing humans a benefit in return for a place to live. Many ingested foods contain nutrients that the human intestinal villi can’t pull out during digestion, and there are bacteria in our guts who get first crack at them and leave pieces our villi are able to handle. They also self-police — if bad, foreign bacteria are detected, our “home team” bacteria are the first to attack them, leaving the human immune system cheering from the bleachers. And, yes, our human immune system recognizes them as ok and does not attack them unless they go wandering far afield.

This linkage with the microbiome is so strong that we evolved the appendix specifically to act as a “bomb shelter” for good bacteria when serious disturbances purge massive amounts of bacteria from our gut. The surviving “good guys” can emerge from the appendix into the wreckage and repopulate.

What has been driving new discoveries is how much our “auxiliaries” and “citizens” work together. It has been long known that they can chemically signal each other. Now it seems that human cells can trigger genes in bacterial genomes….and bacteria can trigger genes in human genomes…..and neither one seems to think that this is anything special. Further, bacteria and human cells seem to be able to actually hand genes off to one another in the form of genetic material (plasmids).

Valerie Curren



Interesting. They used to claim that the appendix was a useless organ left over from some evolutionary event. /smh


No surprise that evil wants to live forever. You don’t believe in God but you’re scared to end up in hell eternally….

I had my biannual visit with the VA neurologist last week. Of course, drs change there more often than street whores. So I had to listen to the entire spiel that I’ve heard for decades with each new dr. “We don’t understand why you won’t let us cure your epilepsy with brain surgery. We promise to fix you.”

I let them do all the pre surgery testing years ago (to try and shut them up) and did my own research. No one is touching my brain!

My standard response…we’ve accepted my condition, I believe in God and am comfortable with where I’ll be spending eternity. That ended the drs sales pitch. Well, until the next new dr.


You might try, “I’ve exhaustively researched this condition and monitor the state of what is known about it. Has something new come up in the last two years that I should be informed about? Otherwise, I’ve already said “no”.


Love it, ty! And I’ll add that sugar sweet innocent tone with them!

I love it when the new doctor goes down the list of AEDs and says, well it looks like you’ve tried all the meds. And I remind them that their toxic brew almost killed me and left me in a coma! Not to mention the gall bladder that was removed due to AED damage.


I know someone that tried DBS twice. After two attempts involving multiple surgeries, the person developed uncontrollable infections and needed to have the equipment surgically removed.
This person suffers from severe disabilities, and was very hopeful that they might regain some function. Hugely disappointing, and the procedures were physically very dangerous.


I’ve done a lot of research re my medical situation. Too often in the medical research papers they consider you living though the surgery a success. I look deeper at the quality of life numbers and frankly that small improvement % is not worth the risks % from surgery, imho. But I know my medical situation and we’ve learned to live comfortably within it’s limitations.

Valerie Curren

in the domain of Follow the Money
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Our primary diagram below begins top left with Chinese doctrine and specifically its infrastructure heavy approach in One Belt, One Road. I recently speculated on how China was going to leverage this doctrine and apply it to the United States with its proxy in Joe Biden and his looming U.S. infrastructure bill.

Digressing, it’s important to identify two primary components to One Belt, One Road – the Communist Chinese Party (CCP) and the CEFC China Energy Company (state-owned); and whereby the former is the political arm and the latter is (was) the economic arm. The obvious third head of the dragon would be the People’s Liberation Army (PLA.)

Opposite China in the top right corner, note the private equity entities of Vanguard and BlackRock and the tie-in to BIG PHARMA. In between and to the informed reader, you’ll see a slate of people, entities, nations and relationships. By means of position, title, appointment, selection, oversight, authority, representation, financial transaction, ownership, agreement or relevant other, we can interweave and connect all of the related entities to China, Vanguard and BlackRock.

The piece comes from Dr. Joseph Mercola as published at The Defender and the article is entitled ‘Who Owns Big Pharma + Big Media? You’ll Never Guess.’
Care to guess? Top right corner – Vanguard and BlackRock.


Valerie Curren

more from that Moonshine piece

In a recently written and monster-sized article that was picked-up and re-posted by Lin Wood and is entitled ‘Follow the Money‘, I deliver the payload for this diagram in terms of energy and private equity. The balance of it was derived mostly from the 29 articles I’ve linked.

A good starting point to understanding it is the $1.5 billion dollar deal that Hunter Biden brokered with the chairman of the CEFC after his dad dropped him off in China after flying over Air Force 2. Upon landing, Hunter and Joe went opposite ways and when they boarded to depart for stateside, the deal was in Hunter’s pocket right next to his crack pipe and his cell porn device.

We’re latching onto the 2017 timeline as we go.

From the linked article,

It’s this simple. In 2016 and upon exiting office (VPOTUS), Joe (and Jill) Biden’s income was $396,456.

For 2017-2019 and aligning on the same timeline as the deliberate release of a bio-WMD in Wuhan China; and dating back to October 2019 (as per the FBI); and as being first reported in the MSM on 27 Dec 19; the Biden’s income exploded exponentially to $16, 596,979.

Overall, that represents a 4086.34% increase in income for those 3 years combined; equating to an average annual increase in income of $5,532,326.33 at 1295.45%

That change is what we call a hockey stick line statistically and it is a hallmark indicator of fraud, just like these hockey sticks were.

Here’s the article s/he refers to:


Valerie Curren


Valerie Curren

the Moonshine conclusion

Let’s think about everything that has been outlined and then consider how I got to this very moment in time; to write this article and establish all of these connections through private equity.

I WAS EXAMINING THE BACKGROUNDS OF THEN ATTORNEY GENERAL WILLIAM BARR AND NOW FBI DIRECTOR CHRISTOPHER WRAY and I latched onto their resume timelines and their law firms in private practice further inspecting for conflicts of interest, political entanglements, etc. From there to private equity trails and here we are standing full circle; acknowledging holes in the perimeter that need filling with additional work.

Or, perhaps this is the best one and as I said before, hell, we’re talking BIG PHARMA and BIG MEDIA under the same precarious-to-find ownership by BIG MONEY and BIG MEDIA is driving the company message or shall we say, force-feeding Kool-Aid elixir to the people. Now, pick up that heaping pile of shit and thrown it squarely into the middle of the D.C. swamp.

Is it even worth looking at the original intent here? Remember what it was? Determining whether there is a circular flow of money.

What do you think?

Oh yeah, Bill Barr is worth $40-$74 million.

And Wray? $23-$40 million circa 2017.

You tell me.

Until next time, Godspeed.

Valerie Curren

So it would seem 🙁


Some days I come here and I can hardly take in all the info.

It’s one of those days. 😄

Who would believe this stuff if there wasn’t evidence of the connections?

Thank you for putting 2 and 2 together. What a small world we live in, run by a small group of batty elites.

Concerned Virginian

Wolf Moon
Deep and endless thanks to you for this opener. Much to re-read and to digest.
From my “first pass” through the reading:

it may be that Ralph Baric, PhD, has as much, or perhaps even more, to answer for, than Dr. Anthony “Fauci-Mengele” does.

It also appears that the administration of the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, must needs be hauled into court and answer, under oath, for its role in allowing and facilitating the Gain of Function research in Baric’s lab.

It seems that some of the end goals of the entire d@mnable alliance are:
to create a “new type” of human being, based on altered DNA/RNA: a human being that would live longer, be healthier, and thus have a more useful “shelf life” for their masters;
to embed nanotechnology into these “new” human beings that can be controlled, either remotely or by predetermined codes (an example of the predetermined codes is already the case via the mRNA in the “vaccines” settling into the testes and ovaries and compromising them);
to make quite sure that the elite class and the “master class” of these “new” human beings live the longest and are the most healthy;
and to make quite sure that the worker-drones are prevented from wanting anything more than they are permitted, like wanting to be free those who attempt to rebel can simply be “switched off” via a command to their embedded controls The first, albeit crude “the technology hasn’t been refined yet” examples of this intent are the people, with no prior issues, dying from “sudden stroke” or “sudden heart attack” after getting the “vaccine”.

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Valerie Curren

Excellent insights!

Deplorable Patriot

I kind of see this as a two-fer. They are looking for longevity, and at the same time to limit the number of “useless eaters.” Viruses found in animals that are benign in the animal, but deadly in humans…Dr. Judy Mikovitz used this EXACT argument in her research re murine viruses running rampant in the current vaccine supply.

There’s definitely something there.


This is no different than the old alchemists looking for the Philosopher’s Stone.

Immortality has long been the holy grail for a certain type of person. I would say that type is EVIL.

For those who truly have no faith that there is an afterlife, the thought of death is their “end.” Who wants that?

These sick, twisted bastards will do whatever it takes to stay out of Hell, or wherever they go when they depart this life, even if they think that is nowhere.

Deplorable Patriot

For those who truly have no faith that there is an afterlife, the thought of death is their “end.” Who wants that?

Alternately, they know darn well and good what is waiting for them on the other side, and they want no part of it, hence the attempt to stay in this world as long as possible.




Tolkien wrote a stunningly relevant passage on just this subject.

Book IV, Chapter V, “The Window On the West”

Faramir (of Gondor) to Frodo, recounting the decline of the realm of Gondor from its height in ages past to the present day:

“[…] ‘Yet even so it was Gondor that brought about its own decay, falling by degrees into dotage, and thinking that the Enemy was asleep, who was only banished not destroyed.

‘Death was ever present, because the Numenoreans still, as they had in their old kingdom, and so lost it, hungered after endless life unchanging.

Kings made tombs more splendid than houses of the living, and counted old names in the rolls of their descent dearer than the names of sons.

Childless lords sat in aged halls musing on heraldry; in secret chambers withered men compounded strong elixirs, or in high court towers asked questions of the stars.

And the last king of the line of Anarion had no heir.'”


Tolkien was a wise man. I love his writings.


As do I.

I’ve found quite a few instances in the Trilogy where he seems to foretell the nature of our civilization’s problems today.

The parallels are too strong to be coincidence, and I’ve concluded that his work presents archetypal truth on the condition of Man.

How many times have I cited him here? It’s gotta be a couple dozen or so, by now.


Keep citing! He’s awesome.

Cuppa Covfefe

Another passage comes to mind, where Gandalf and Théoden are looking at the end of the age (The Two Towers, Book III, Chapter V):

“The king was silent. “Ents!” he said at length. “Out of the shadows of legend I begin a little to understand the marvel of the trees, I think. I have lived to see strange days. Long we have tended our beasts and our fields, built our houses, wrought our tools, or ridden away to help in the wars of Minas Tirith. And that we called the life of Men, the way of the world.

We cared little for what lay beyond the borders of our land. Songs we have that tell of these things, but we are forgetting them, teaching them only to children, as a careless custom. And now the songs have come down among us out of the strange places, and walk visible under the Sun.”

“You should be glad,” Théoden King,” said Gandalf. “For not only the little life of Men is now endangered, but the life also of those thing which you have deemed the matter of legend. You are not without allies, even if you know them not.”

“Yet also I should be sad,” said Théoden. “For however the fortune of war shall go, may it not so end that much that was fair and wonderful shall pass for ever out of Middle-earth?”

“It may,” said Gandalf. “The evil of Sauron cannot be wholly cured, nor made as if it had not been. But to such days we are doomed. Let us now go on with the journey we have begun!”

I was looking for something a couple of months ago, a couple of books about the end times, and how society is heading into the abyss. In the same box I found a couple of the “Ring” books that I’d brought up to read (too many books [how can that be?], too little space [natch]). So I started re-reading the trilogy, the Silmarillion, Unfinished Tales, and other books by and about Tolkien.

At the same time, my son is reading the Narnia series by C.S. Lewis. Similar (even to the point of walking/talking trees), no surprise because the two were friends.

One thing that strikes me is the epic proportions of these tales. And it turnes out that the MAGA battle against the Deep State is equally large, indeed larger, and, of course, real life.

Yet, in the end, our goal is Salvation, and Heaven. Interesting that both Tolkien and Lewis point to that, allegorically. One wonders if the COVIDIOCY is the “delusion at the end of the age”… for if people accept the masks and the vax(xes) without question or thinking, what’s to keep them from rejecting “The Mark” ???????


I keep thinking that, too, Cuppa. People have willingly lined up to take that vaccine without a second thought or doing any research whatever – most of my family included. If it were the Mark, those people would be lost forever. And I bet it will happen just like this.

Cuppa Covfefe

Yep. Almost as if it were a dry run, of sorts.

Then again, there will be “wars and rumors of wars”. More troubling, perhaps, are the efforts to restart the sacrifices in the Temple in Jerusalem. Seems they’ve determined it doesn’t have to be exactly where Solomon’s Temple was…




Great post Wolf. Let’s not forget Jeffrey Epsteins interest in eugenics and hanging out with all these creeps, including his work with Les Wexner.


This article is written by an anonymous member of the scientific community, and includes some interesting technical points to consider and an important link:


This article has a link to the (alleged) minutes of the January 2016 meeting of the NSABB.

The meeting of the advisory board happened on January 7-8, 2016 at the NIH campus in Bethesda MD according to the minutes.

They are not the minutes to the WH meeting on Jan.9, 2016.

Valerie Curren

Here’s one of consequence who’s been featured on videos at the Q-Tree 🙂
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Dr. Peter McCullough

Dr. McCullough is a practicing internist, cardiologist, epidemiologist and Professor of Medicine at Texas A & M College of Medicine, Baylor Dallas campus. Dr. McCullough is broadly published on a range of topics >1000 publications and >600 citations in the National Library of Medicine.


Oh wow!

Concerned Virginian

“increased pathogenicity during infection of aged but not young mice…”
“RNA sequence of this recombinant manipulated coronavirus…”

The http://www.nature.com/ linked article has a BUNCH of “caveats”, disclaimers, and “this article is being used to substantiate the manipulation of a SARS-2 virus to make COVID-19”, and “we believe COVID-19 originated in nature” at the top of the article!
The original article has the fingerprints of UNC, Chapel Hill, the FDA, the WUHAN lab, Dr. Zheng-li Shi, Dr. Xe, and Baric, all over it.


I like this one, related to the same study:

…”In the publication of SHC015-MA15 above in November 2015, the attribution of funding of Shi Zheng Li by the US NIAID was initially left out (https://www.nature.com/articles/nm0416-446d). It was reinstated in the publication in 2016 in a corrigendum, perhaps after the meeting in January 2016 to possibly reinstate NIH funding for gain of function virus research. This is also unusual scientific behavior. Is there an explanation for this?”…


There it is – the pompous arrogance of the elites perfectly matches their unending desire to live forever with no need for the little people’s YHWH to interrupt their “progress”.

Wow – a lot to take in and all of it makes a great deal of sense, Wolf. Meanwhile I will keep waiting and watching for the maggots to begin eating their flesh. At least until the Lord decides it is time for me to go home.


…”In addition to finding small molecules targeting specific pathways that can be tested in humans, it will be of interest to engineer specific bat alterations in mice and determine whether this leads to enhanced lifespan and healthspan.”….

First there was the Human Genome project, a joint project between HHS and the Dept of Energy with help from the Welcome Trust. Next came the Mouse Genome project, same players, led to the development of the chimeric humanized mouse.

Have they developed a humanized bat? I assume that a Bat Genome project might be necessary. Is there such a thing?

Why yes, there is:


Look who’s involved:


American Museum of Natural History (see Wolf’s cited study)

Stony Brook


Valerie Curren

Great finds!!!


Is that why Shi had a bat colony at the Wuhan lab? We’re they trying to develop a humanized bat? If so, did they succeed?

Maybe there was a contaminated humanized bat at the wet market.


Looking for a study that turns up evidence of a chimeric bat, without luck.

However, here are two EcoHealth studies funded by NIH.

One fiscal year 2018:


From the 2018 study:
…”Bats, and other wildlife species, are hunted, traded, butchered and consumed across Asia, creating a large scale human-wildlife interface, and high risk of future emergence of novel CoVs. This project aims to understand what factors increase the risk of the next CoV emerging in people by studying CoV diversity in a critical zoonotic reservoir (bats), at sites of high risk for emergence (wildlife markets) in an emerging disease hotspot (China). The three specific aims of this project are to: 1. Assess CoV spillover potential at high risk human-wildlife interfaces in China. This will include quantifying the nature and frequency of contact people have with bats and other wildlife; serological and molecular screening of people working in wet markets and highly exposed to wildlife; screening wild-caught and market sampled bats from 30+ species for CoVs using molecular assays; and genomic characterization and isolation of novel CoVs. 2. Develop predictive models of bat CoV emergence risk and host range. A combined modeling approach will include phylogenetic analyses of host receptors and novel CoV genes (including functional receptor binding domains); a fused ecological and evolutionary model to predict host-range and viral sharing; and mathematical matrix models to examine evolutionary and transmission dynamics. 3. Test predictions of CoV inter-species transmission. Predictive models of host range (i.e. emergence potential) will be tested experimentally using reverse genetics, pseudovirus and receptor binding assays, and virus infection experiments across a range of cell cultures from different species and humanized mice.”…

Where is the data that resulted from studying bats in wet markets in China that the NIH paid for?

Where are the predictive models including models for transmission dynamics?

How about the results for tests of predictions of interspecies transmission?

One in 2019:


The 2019 study suggests that EcoHealth should have been all over the emergence of the virus in China. Clinical data and all.

Peter Daszak, where’s your data from this taxpayer funded study?