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Scientists Predict mRNA Experimental V Will Lead to NUMEROUS DEATHS MONTHS AFTER INJECTION

Professor Dolores Cahill explains how the “cytokine storm” is an antibody dependent response of the human body and how that explains the increase in deaths after taking the coronavirus vaccine.

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Return to Paradise: Prologue


“This is it Roberts!” Sid shouted, jumping out of his chair. “The codes! Murphy’s finally done it. Now we can access and override all communications systems within a quarter of an hour!”

“That fast? Jeezu!” marveled Ed triumphantly. “In the twinkling of an eye, we’ll have the world at our fingertips!” he said, holding up his hands to high five with Sid Lawler and Jerry Roberts. They slapped hands and Edward Blitz sang and danced around the room. “We’ll have the whole world in our hands, we’ll have the preachers and the teachers in our hands, we’ll have the mothers and the fathers in our hands, we’ll have the sisters and the brothers in our hands, we’ve got the whole world in our hands!” The three men smiled smugly, feeling good about themselves and their new success.

“Genius is so precious and so powerful. Such a rare commodity, and one that we possess to an incredible degree,” gloated the 50ish bald hulk of a man referred to by his associates as Sly Sid. He was lauded among his colleagues for the successful development and implantation of Central Headquarters’ Implants Pins, aka CHIP. The plan was to use this new technology–a tiny microchip the size of a pinhead–and implant it into every man, woman and child across the Earth. Central Headquarters would then have access to any information and transactions involving that CHIP, and through the implant, could also control its host’s actions, attitudes and even thoughts by transmitting electromagnetic radio waves picked up by the CHIP.

The phenomenal popularity of CHIP with the public was a definite surprise among Sid’s associates. Its success was owed in part to the campaign headed by Ed Blitz III, and funded by Sid & Co. The hook was convenience. With the average person working 40-plus hours per week, time and convenience were of utmost importance. Why not help people save precious time by eliminating the hassle of dealing with money and cash–always having to stop at the bank to put it in or out–and the change! Scraping for that last dime was a waste of time for the scraper and for those waiting behind him.

The solution? CHIP. This device would serve as a scanner that would automatically subtract the purchase price of a product or service from one’s “account,” thus saving people the time and inefficiency of carrying cash.

Implanted pins could also interface with Central Headquarters via lasers located around the city or with a personal computer. People could even collect their paychecks through the CHIP. It only had to be inserted once with a tiny needle into one’s right hand, and life became so much easier.

Realizing the implications of such technology, the authorities wholeheartedly supported the implant and even offered free implantation (for a limited time) to citizens.

President of Lasertech Jerry Roberts secured a private grant to install CHIP lasers in every grocery and department store nationwide, free of charge to the merchants.

It seemed almost too simple–as such it raised little suspicion or concern among the often hostile, questioning sea of citizens collectively called “the public.”

If there was any squeak of opposition from the public regarding CHIP’s use, it was deafened by pointing out the CHIP’s additional merits as an identification and tracking device. Containing all the vitals: name, identification number, parents, blood type and on down the list, one quick scan of the tiny microchip would reveal just about everything about a person. Gone went the filling out of forms, as one swipe of the CHIP could instantly transfer such information into a company’s data bank or computer. People’s time was spared in doctor’s offices, federal offices, DMV and the like.

Not to mention an even greater virtue of CHIP–finding missing persons. Any parent whose child has a CHIP will worry less about kidnapping, knowing their children can be found no matter where they stray (or are taken) by simply activating CHIP’s honing system. The lost sheep are located in minutes. In fact, the initial testing of the identification tracking system was done on animals, as is very often the case. “Vaccinate your pet against loss with Infopet microchip ID,” read the earlier propaganda. The product’s success in pets made it all the more attractive to humans.

Fueled by the media hype regarding the CHIP’s merits, people lined up in droves to get their own implants. Those stubborn few who clung to carrying cash soon had a hard time buying food and clothing in stores which now only accepted the CHIP laser payment method, as a matter of convenience.

As the United States’ and its allies’ citizens became modernized, Sly Sid Lawler and a handful of close associates (friends would be stretching reality) became billionaires. But money was not the final objective.

To read more, contact tracy.marcy@yahoo.com


Oh Toro!

toroOn August 7, 2017, I was invited to a full moon ceremony by a friend (who ended up missing the event!). Five of us gathered around the fire to honor the sacred journey we’re living and to set intentions (and let go of other things) for the next moon cycle.

As I drove home post-ceremony, I drove out of my friend’s residential neighborhood and was greeted by flashing lights. Was it a roadblock? My light turned green, but I wasn’t sure if I should move or stay… and then one of the police SUVs with flashing lights drove into the intersection. Something strange was happening… but I wasn’t sure what, and then, I saw it! A cow! Yes, a cow was running down the road in this residential area; at the intersection it made a right turn. A cow?! I wanted to take a picture of this strange unexpected sight, but I thought better of it, as too many police SUVs were there, so I drove on and instead, texted my friend about the cow running down the road.

Too weird! Flash forward two weeks to August 21. My daughter and I were driving to watch the solar eclipse, and this huge truck with a Toro company emblem was in front of us, making us drive very slowly. And that’s when I knew; it had to be!

My friend had told me about a week earlier that the cow I’d seen running down the road was actually a bull. A mutual acquaintance of ours had been boarding the bull at his ranch a few miles from where I’d seen it running down the road, and he had recently posted the sad outcome of the escaped bull. Apparently the bull had somehow made it to the 101 freeway! It ran down the freeway, only to be hit, head on, by a Tesla!

This seemingly strange occurrence contains some interesting synchronicity for me, and I’m sure there is a message I’m supposed to be hearing. I’m still trying to figure it all out, but this is what I know so far.

Several years ago, I dated a man named Antonio who lived in Minnesota, but worked in California for a company called… Toro. Tony sadly died from ALS, and I wrote a book, Firefly, about our love and the time we shared together. Toro means bull. Way back when, Tony had given me a little plastic bull that I still have today; I remembered seeing it in my planter where it had somehow landed after a move 9 months ago. Tesla is my all-time favorite car. Every time I see a Tesla, I say, “Tesla baby!” and hope to have a Tesla one day… I have a whole plan to write for Tesla as Tesla Tracy.” So the fact that the bull (toro) I happened to chance upon seeing after leaving the full moon ceremony ended up being hit by a Tesla, to me says something.

My friend read me some information about the spiritual significance of the bull, which includes security and spirituality. I researched a few sites too:

“The Bull, or Bison, is a symbol of abundance and manifesting goals.” -http://astromatrix.org

“Some cultures, however, tie the Bull to moon worship because of this spirit animal guide’s crescent-shaped horns. This gives Ox the ability to bridge between two worlds – that of sun and moon, and that of intuition and reason. Nonetheless, the Ox has a very stubborn, fierce side that requires taming and guidance.” -WhatsMySpiritAnimal.com

Being aware of messages given to us from spirit adds a dimension of depth and exciting reality to life here on Earth. Interpreting and understanding these signs we’re given is an art of living. Ole!

Take Note! The Healing Power of Sound

This article was originally published in Your Health Connection Magazine as a Special Health Bulletin

Take Note! The Healing Power of Sound

By Tracy Marcynzsyn

We are all familiar with the ability of music to move us — even to stir our souls. Music evokes every emotion under the sun, often prompting us to sing, dance, relax or recall special moments. As it impacts our feelings, music also profoundly affects our health and well-being.

“Since the earliest times, we’ve needed food, shelter, and music,” says sound healer Pam Gerrand. And historically, every culture throughout the world has used music communally, to commemorate life passages from birth, to death, to celebrations, adds Gerrand. “Music and sound were used to share great human emotions, allowing us to recognize the emotions and then let them go so they don’t get stuck,” explains Gerrand during a recent sound workshop in Thousand Oaks.

While the healing power of music was well known and regarded as medicine for the body and soul by just about every ancient civilization from India and Africa to Europe, the Orient and the Aboriginal and Native Americans, music as a healing modality is once again beginning to gain recognition among today’s health care practitioners. Even Hippocrates, the father of medicine, used sound to restore harmony in the body, bathing his patients in sound showers comprised of frequencies geared to their specific ailment.

Music’s numerous health benefits have been documented in recent scientific studies, ranging from reduced blood pressure, increased energy, a stronger immune system and less stress to reducing the frequency of migraine headaches and relieving the effects of neurological disorders such as Parkinson’s disease. Researchers from Hans Jenny, who developed the field of Cymatics, visualizing sound frequencies’ effects on matter, to Dr. Masaru Emoto who studied the effects of sound on water and Dr. Alfred Tomatis who showed how high frequency sounds can affect the brain and may even create new neurological connections, have demonstrated music’s powerful affects on the human body and soul.

“The therapeutic effects of sound and music are a natural and innate part of our being. From a mother’s first song to her unborn baby to the therapeutic effects of a good cry, to the eerie spine-tingling sensation of fingernails scratched over a blackboard, sound affects our physical and psychological state automatically,” as stated on http://www.BioWaves.com, by a company specializing in vocal analysis and low frequency sound therapy.

The key to music’s ability to support and enhance healing is vibration. “Sound is a vibration, and any sound generator will cause other particles (atoms, electrons and subatomic particles) to act as resonators, picking up the sound from the source. The change in the vibration of subatomic particles resonating to music can impact how larger structures such as atoms and cells are structured,” as explained on http://www.peacetour.org by The World Peace Through Technology Organization (WPTTO), a non-profit corporation with the mission of inspiring world peace through technology. “If healing can take place on an atomic or cellular level, [music] can conceivably heal the entire human being, cell by cell,” says WPTTO.

Such is the science behind “vibroacoustics.” Defined as “the process of hearing sound vibrations through the body,” vibroacoustic music (VAM) resonates the body directly through nerves, skin, and bones — the sound is not directed to the ears. According to Dr. Drew Pierson, a psychologist with electrical engineering experience, “The body holds emotional events in cellular memory. The use of vibration from 4.5 to 1,800 Hz has the effect of disengaging those resonant patterns that seem to run in loops and fixate themselves in the body. Vibroacoustics changes the bioelectrical signature of the emotional imprint, allowing healing to occur at the cellular level.”

NexNeuro Care’s SMART (Stress Management And Relaxation Therapy) Lounge combines vibroacoustics built into a comfortable mattress with binaural beats (auditory tones that influence the brain in more subtle waves through the entrainment of brainwaves) to provide audio and tactile stimulation to the mind and body, delivering “natural stimulants” in a passive, non-invasive process that exercises the brain and central nervous system and appears to balance the nervous system and clear cellular memory.

The SMART Lounge has demonstrated potential as part of an integrated medicine approach to relieve the effects of neurological disorders like Parkinson’s disease. Parkinson’s patients using the SMART Lounge have reported less tremors, better balance, reduced pain, stronger speech, decreased anxiety, relief of motor dysfunctions and improved sleep. The therapy also shows promise in extending mobility and relieving symptoms, thus reducing reliance on life-long drug treatment.

“The music surrounds and encompasses your body; it’s soothing and comforting,” says Mary, who has Parkinson’s disease and experienced the SMART Lounge last March at the American Parkinson Disease Association Midwest 2009 Symposium in Rolling Meadows, Illinois.

Also linking music with Parkinson’s patients is Dr. Ron Tinter at the Methodist Neurological Institute in Texas. Dr. Tinter is using music to help Parkinson’s patients with coordination and movement. His goal is to find the most “kinesigenic,” or movement-promoting music that will keep those with Parkinson’s moving.

“Parkinson’s patients have trouble with coordination — they take small, slow steps, and then stop for no reason. It’s as if their brain suddenly forgot how to walk. But music keeps them going, because it gives them a beat to hang on to,” says Dr. Tinter in a report by Melissa Glavez at KUHF NewsLab in Houston, Texas.

With more than a million Americans suffering from the crippling effects of Parkinson’s disease, music therapies are increasingly being integrated into conventional treatments as the benefits of sound therapy gain recognition among doctors and the medical community.

The Mayo Clinic is among the increasing number of institutions combining complementary and alternative therapies with conventional care. While music therapy techniques are currently on the rise, doctors have been using sound as therapy for decades. As early as the 1940s, U.S. Veterans hospitals began using music to help treat soldiers returning from World War II, and in 1944, the first music therapy degree program in the world was established at Michigan State University. More recently, researchers at California State University in Fresno found music helped substantially reduce headaches in migraineurs, and in a joint study by UCLA and Georgia Baptist Medical Center in Atlanta, music helped premature babies gain weight faster and use oxygen more efficiently, compared with babies in control groups without music.

Today, many hospitals and medical institutions offer music therapy for patients, finding music helps to reduce the need for anesthesia and pain relievers, post-surgery. “Music itself has a magical way of taking people to different dimensions. It can be very healing just listening to music,” says sound healer and educator David Castle, who is certified in BioSonic Repatterning™ with John Beaulieu, ND, PhD. Castle uses Tibetan singing bowls and quartz crystal bowls to create sounds and vibrations that are healing to the body, mind and soul. As each of the body’s seven chakras, or energy centers, are tuned to a musical note, the sound vibrations of the crystal bowls travel quickly through the body, creating harmony, says Castle, noting that other ways of creating vibration and sound, such as tuning forks, the voice and chanting, can also be healing.

Comparing the body to a musical instrument, sound healer Jay Schwed explains, “When the instrument is not tuned properly, a state of dis-ease or imbalance occurs.” Emotional, mental, spiritual and environmental factors can cause imbalances in the body, while sound frequencies help “re-tune” the body.

“The sound and vibrations emanating from the crystal singing bowls re-tune the listener’s body, initially by opening, clearing, and rebalancing each of the seven major chakras, plus the high heart. It has been scientifically established that each of these chakras or energy centers are associated with a musical note or vibrational frequency,” explains Schwed.

U.S. Geneticist at the Beckman Institute of the City of Hope Hospital in Duarte, Dr. Susumu Ohno, takes it a step further, suggesting humans themselves are composed of music. Assigning a musical note to each of the six amino acids that make up the DNA code, Dr. Ohno examined the sound patterns formed by the DNA. Dr. Ohno found these notes actually formed patterns that created melodies. He found that the “notes” found in the DNA of a specific cancer formed a melody eerily similar to Chopin’s Funeral March.

Keeping the body in tune, or balanced, is as important today as it was during ancient times, when Egyptian healers used a “Faience bowl,” tuned to the note of F# for the high heart to facilitate healing, says Schwed.

“It’s like a tune up in a way,” says Thousand Oaks’ resident Deborah Nickson, whose husband, Richard Dubuc, serves as a crystal bowl practitioner. “It’s so energizing and brings such peace,” adds Nickson.

“Vibration is energy, and we’re energy,” explains Dubuc. “The frequencies of the bowls energetically break down the energy formed by one’s emotional and physical issues. When you get sick, something is not connecting in the body — there is dis-ease,” says Dubuc, adding that the crystal bowls affect our chakras, etheric and auric fields, and our DNA to heal and rebalance the body. “We become one as we merge this triad of the chakras and the astral and etheric bodies through sound and harmony. The body of emotions comes into alignment as we harmonize the whole being through sound,” says Dubuc, who creates a circle of bowls as a sacred space within which one can experience “the music of the spheres.”

“Sound healing is the future of healing,” believes Jeffrey Gero, PhD, a stress management pioneer, noting that in today’s busy, stressful times, sound is a great tool to help us relax and unwind. “We need to relax every day,” says Gero. “Stress reduces the body’s ability to fight disease. By recharging the body and nervous system, we revitalize what stress has taken away. Gero says binaural beats and vibroacoustics harmonize the immune system, helping to “undo what stress has done” and induce relaxation. Relaxing causes us to feel calm and less anxious, lowers blood pressure, slows breathing, increases blood circulation, and releases the body’s natural chemicals like serotonin, helping to relieve pain and spasms in muscles and joints as well as decrease muscle tension and headaches.

The profound effects of music may well extend beyond our own well-being and healing, as our vibrations and frequencies affect those around us. “By raising the vibrations within us, we can create a situation on this planet that is full of harmony and peace,” says Castle.

For further reading about sound therapy:

The Mozart Effect by Don Campbell

Music Therapy for Non-Musicians by Ted Andrews

Rhythmic Medicine: Music With a Purpose by Janalea Hoffman



Hatching a Plan

Summer, my favorite season, represents sunshine, relaxation and lounging! And this summer delivered us an extra dose of joy… and anticipation, in our own backyard. I almost said, “with no effort by us,” but then I realized, this may not be true. While we didn’t consciously prepare for our summer surprise, we did create the conditions for it to happen. We (okay, mostly I) cleared our clutter in the backyard, added some beautiful greenery and plants and made a little backyard sanctuary.

So what happened?

Well… I was sitting in my patio chair last month when I looked up and saw this:


“What is that?” I asked myself, shaking off a fleeting fear that it was a wasp’s nest or something. I don’t recall the exact moment I realized it was a nest, but not a scary one… a beautiful mama hummer had decided to make a home for her soon-to-arrive egg/babies in a ficus tree right in front of our sliding glass door in our backyard! (Expect good things!)

I was so thrilled to realize it was a nest and set off researching how long after the nest was built the babies should be expected. We eagerly waited, happily watching mama hummer flit in and out of the nest in preparation.

Then… a little while later, we peeked inside the nest and sure enough, an egg!


I read that sometimes the mama will lay another egg a day later, and she did! Two eggs!!!

Now came more waiting for them to hatch… 14-16 days, I read online. When 16 days came and went, I started to wonder if those eggs would ever hatch, and a friend/vet/bird expert said sometimes they don’t hatch. I expectantly waited nevertheless, having several dreams about the nest being moved, knocked down and the babies being harmed… why do we do this?

Then after a few more days, I saw mama hummer perched on the side of her nest with her beak inside! Babies!! I was filled with exhilaration and excitement! They hatched (have faith!)!!

We tried to take a picture without getting too close, and they are hard to make out, but we know they are there!

See them?!


I marveled at the miracle of nature, where a tiny little bird labors for days finding little pieces of natural materials to build a solid, stable home, laying eggs and sitting patiently − regally in our mama’s case − and then caring for the little tiny babies, restlessly. (Amazing what one little creature can do!)

Mama hummer twitters and flies around us when we’re in the yard now, letting us know she expects her space. Now we’re anticipating seeing the babies learn to fly! (Great expectations!) I saw a tiny little beak in the nest when I tried to peek inside… again, being so careful not to get too close and disturb them.

The miracle of new creations right in my own backyard is the perfect reminder to cultivate beauty in our surroundings, because we never know what wonderful things will hatch when we clear our spaces and create serene, natural environments, with love.


Awe-sometimes (winter post… post-winter!)

[Somehow this stayed a draft and didn’t publish… nice to read it from the summery perspective of June!]


It’s November. The squash vine is dried and dead, and the bunny dug a hole under the fence and disappeared. I don’t see the hummingbirds that much, though a beautiful green-topped one graced the feeder while I sat outside talking on the phone yesterday. I named it Hope. It was then that I noticed how yellow the leaves were getting on the Ficus tree. You still have to water the trees, I told myself… even if the wonders of summer have gone.


We still maintain. We water the trees and Love the periwinkle that decided to come back from the edge of death and bloom, despite the holy basil that slumps over, even after all my efforts to keep the snailed herb thriving. Kapoor basil seedlings wait, full of Faith, to be transplanted and have a chance to survive and grow in a new and bigger home. Look to them, hopefully.


Inordinate stores of energy and stubborn will are required to keep on tending to our gardens when seasons change and things don’t bloom as we had expected. We have a choice. We could give up and let everything die, or we can make the effort and see the beauty that is there… if we take the time to look.


Here’s to the strength to keep going in the everyday grayness that life can seem. Thankfully, we somehow push through the blah and keep faithfully watering those trees… for greener leaves tomorrow.


Faith, Hope and Love carry us through these winterish times… through the changes that challenge us to grow… and eventually bloom… when the season is ripe. The behind-the-scenes work of regular watering, attention and care make more difference than we may be aware. It’s the constant care, regardless of the current conditions, that brings us beauty we can appreciate in the future. As with anything we do in life, persistence pays off.


Though we may wonder, naturally, when we will see the fruits of our labors… keep on keeping awe…



Nature’s Magical Mystery

giant squash

I had a dream a few nights ago that I was walking through a giant squash plant that was taller than me. I’m guessing I was picking up on our bunny’s viewpoint, as he has watched this plant sprout and proceed to grow into this humongous squash/pumpkin that is spreading around our yard.

I noticed there is a flower getting ready to open. I throw seeds out in the yard, so I’m not sure exactly what this will turn out to be, but I’m guessing a squash or maybe one of my dad’s giant pumpkins! It’s so exciting when seeds sprout. You never know which ones will sprout, or when… but watching nature bloom in its own perfect timing, when the conditions are right, reminds me of the magic that lies in every seed, big, small and metaphorical… its inherent potential will show up when it’s ready.

It’s so fun to watch it grow… the mystery is part of the fun! squash

Circles of Love

How can you not smile when you see the joy of these creatures!? Houdini, Hannah’s Holland Lop bunny, loves running circles around her. Hannah read that bunnies do this when they love you and are happy to see you.

Our dog Ginger runs circles around the house when we get home… love how our pets are so happy to be with us. Love & Joy abound… around and around…

Who or what do you run circles around?  If you don’t run circles around anything or anyone, maybe it’s time to find your circle of Joy. In Joy, you will find it, if you look.

Power to the Plants!

It’s been said that the natural world contains a substance to heal any disease or damage on Earth. I was amazed to learn this morning that plants, such as hemp and sunflower, have the ability to clean up the environment even after a nuclear war (!!) These plants can absorb radiation, toxic waste, pesticides and metals!

I read that hemp and sunflowers were planted in Chernobyl to help absorb the radiation in the air. This process is called phytoremediation, phyto meaning plant and Latin remedium, meaning “restoring balance” (thank you Wikipedia!).

So plants can restore balance to the environment; good to know! I am so filled with awe at the fact that plants are so powerful.

This natural power may be viewed as a threat to those who think it should be illegal to grow plants. How outlandish that growing plants would be illegal for any reason! But it’s illegal to grow hemp in the United States! Even as many of us have voted to make it legal in our states to grow cannabis, it remains illegal to grow hemp, which is basically cannabis-free marijuana.

The United States is the only industrialized nation where it is illegal to grow hemp! China grows the most hemp, supplying 80% of the world’s hemp needs, according to Scott Thill – alternet.org in his article, “Ten Great Reasons to Kill America’s Ban on Growing Hemp” published by Wake Up World.

Power to the plants, I say. Grow, grow, grow!!!


Tuning in to the Animal Multi-Verse

There’s something about animals that has always intrigued me. Kids and animals seem to have a natural affinity for one another, maybe b/c their spirits are so pure, they relate.

Pets often take on the role of child sitter or protector, when we’re young. Image It’s a natural instinct. My dog, and I’m sure others too, has an instinct to go and fetch my daughter’s polar bear that she sleeps with. Every morning, after my daughter gets out of bed, Ginger heads to her room to get Polar and brings him out to the living room to cuddle on the couch. Image Is that the sweetest natural awe or what?

More and more lately, I’m seeing examples of interspecies love and communication. I’m wondering if this is a sign of expanding consciousness throughout the planet? As our paradigm shifts, the old story about the cat eating the bird, and the dog chasing the cat is changing. Image

“Wild” and domestic animals are taking care of one another. catanddeer

chimpanddogs When this little chimp’s mom died, a zoo employee decided to take it home to give it some extra lovin. What a surprise to see where the loving came from!

huskyandtuxedokit This sweet kitty was also rescued and cared for by a sweet Siberian Husky, who even nursed the kitty! There’s a video of them too.

dogandhorse In Friendship,

Caring henandpuppy

and Cuddling, pupandkit

these animals remind us that no matter what we look like, or what we’re called, loving and caring for each other is a universal song we can all sing! Tune in!!!