On the mend.
Thank you for the prayers and well-wishes.
Bunch of short notes.
Welcome to new readers. Thanks to reader sharing of the Nov. 22 Stopping conditions post, Bailiwick’s subscriber base added a thousand new readers in the last ten days or so, crossing the 8,000 mark yesterday. There’s a little orientation section at the top of this post.
Thank you for the prayers and well-wishes for a speedy recovery from illness after I posted about having come down with something last week. Not fun. Thanks be to Jesus Christ, Divine Physician and kind email support from doctors, my husband and I are both on the mend. We’re exhausted and dealing with residual coughs, but doing much better.
This is not medical advice, just sharing a fact: the dilute povidone-iodine gargle and nasal rinse protocol advocated by Dr. Peter McCullough helped me a lot. Protocol PDF.
I did a very bad job on early treatment in a lot of ways, encourage others to do better and to stock up on the over-the-counter things before you need them.
But I did manage to get that anti-virals-in-the-nose-and-throat piece going relatively soon after sore throat and runny nose started, and it was extremely helpful.
Re-entry to research and writing is going to be slow. I’m extremely worn out, and have been told by others who have had versions of this bug that the exhaustion will likely last another one or two weeks after the acute symptoms start to clear up.
I’m going to ease into it with low-intensity work, including assembling and editing the November posts into the monthly footnoted PDF compilation and copy-editing a guest post about international law principles prohibiting amnesty for perpetrators of genocide and war crimes.
I think I’m also at a re-calibration point. The bulk of the research about how the legal structures are set up and for what purpose (attempted pre-inoculation of mass-murderers from civil and criminal penalties for killing people) is done.
A lot of documents and details could still be tracked down and analyzed and explicated, but the returns will be diminishing.
The material can be presented in new and different ways to try to reach more people so more people understand it, but there will also come a point, or maybe it’s already passed, at which it’s no longer terribly helpful to try to reach more of the people who haven’t already found their way to the awful truth. I don’t know. Very tired, not thinking super-clearly yet, but also aware that re-calibration and re-focus lie just ahead and want to let readers know.
Brunson v. Adams
A reader sent me information a couple of weeks ago about Brunson v. Adams, including reporting from Jennifer Brown at her Substack:
Dec. 1, 2022 - Update on the SCOTUS case of Brunson vs Adams
This is a pro se federal case filed by plaintiff Raland J. Brunson in Utah about the 2020 presidential election, arguing that members of Congress committed treason in voting Jan. 6, 2021 against Congressional resolutions calling for investigation into election fraud. I read the plaintiff’s Supreme Court petition.
It’s really interesting that SCOTUS might take up this case.
I can think of two primary possibilities.
One (a good one that would help in the fight against globalist evil) is that SCOTUS has a majority aware of the ongoing Constitutional crisis and genocide, and they are preparing to bring the judicial branch to bear on federal executive tyranny and legislative abdication, as part of the effort to get things back on a Constitutional republican form of government path and fend off the globalists’ Luciferian project.
Two (a bad one that would help the globalists continue their crime spree and advance their world domination campaign) is that SCOTUS wants to make a single, clear ruling to the effect that the federal government is no longer bound by any Constitutional limits to its power over individuals and states, even in scenarios where federal legislators bring resolutions to launch investigations into executive branch crimes, and other federal legislators block those resolutions and investigations.
SCOTUS is scheduled to hold a conference to decide about taking the case Jan. 6, 2023.
Planes spraying crap all over the world.
I’m sad about the incredible aerial spraying over State College, Pennsylvania these last few months.
I know it’s happening all around the world.
I know it’s part of legal/not-legal ‘environmental modification’ program covered by the 1978 UN Convention on the Prohibition of Military or Any Other Hostile Use of Environmental Modification Techniques.
I don’t know exactly what the planes are spraying, just that it’s massive volumes for many hours most days and many nights. The spraying is happening near ground level and up in higher atmospheric levels.
It’s probably mostly coal fly ash and heavy metals intended to disrupt human, animal and plant biological functions through inhalation and through ingestion by way of water, soil and food contamination. There’s probably some graphene compounds and some lipid nanoparticles and God only knows what else in the toxic brews.
Here in Central Pennsylvania, the plumes are super-long and spread all over the sky. You can’t look up or to the horizon without seeing them everywhere.
There’s a low-lying cloud that hovers almost constantly over the groundwater recharge area for the State College Borough Water Authority.
It’s been going on for years, but dramatically increased in the last four or five months, until we now have maybe one day per week off.
I think that the people of Pennsylvania, acting through our state government deploying the National Guard, would be well within our rights to try to shoot down the planes, because the federal government is at war with us (through chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear attacks presented as “public health” campaigns) and populations under attack have a right to attempt self-defense.
And I also know that such a self-defense mounted at the Centre County level (by trying to intercept the planes at the airports before takeoff and prevent the CRBN payloads from being sprayed) or Pennsylvania National Guard level (by trying to shoot down the planes after takeoff) are very unlikely.
I stumbled across Mark Mallett’s work yesterday. I’m not endorsing or recommending or critiquing it or anything else. I just find his writing about the Great Poisoning, chastisement, Great Purification and related topics to be very interesting.
The other day (December 3), in my daily Missal and Bible reading, Mark 16:15-18 came up twice, once in the Mass for St. Francis Xavier and once in The Ascension of Jesus Christ chapter of Ignatius Schuster’s 1950 Illustrated Bible History.
And he said unto them, Go ye into all the world, and preach the gospel to every creature.
He that believeth and is baptized shall be saved; but he that believeth not shall be damned.
And these signs shall follow them that believe; In my name shall they cast out devils; they shall speak with new tongues;
They shall take up serpents; and if they drink any deadly thing, it shall not hurt them; they shall lay hands on the sick, and they shall recover.
I’m leaning on these passages and other readings and prayers to grow in faith and hope and trust, to ask for and to be granted strength for perseverance.