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Global Elites Run For The Hills In Wake Of Tell All Podcast

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Global Elites Run For The Hills

Global elite families worldwide are in damage control after a podcast threatening to reveal secret information debuted on Spotify a few days ago. The podcast ‘The Elitist Family Next Door’ makes claims of globalist interference in third world countries in order to acquire discounted resources. Nothing new under the sun here except for a never before heard story about Osama Bin Laden’s connection with globalist owned “Big Pharma”. The story apparently originates from a retired Pakistani ISI agent and is thought to be common knowledge within their organization.

What’s more interesting about this podcast is the claims that an underground movement is known as ‘Charlottes Apartment’, has been leaking important information to the public ever since its creation in the mid-1960s. The group is apparently made up of former elitist family members and operates solely on the dark web. I spoke with an editorial friend of mine who works for ‘Rolling Stone’ who investigated dark web activity in 2015. He says the claims made are completely credible and he went on even further to claim that the group has been whispered about in Pentagon circles for several decades.

I spoke with the producer of the podcast Samuel Shaw, and he emailed me audio files of future episodes of the show. The claims they are making are wild, to say the least. Everything from secret government experiments, to alien invasions and satanic rituals. All of this information has supposedly come from a secret room, known within global elite circles as “The Chamber”. They claim that 0.01% have been hoarding information for centuries only passing it down their bloodline. It is claimed in the series that the son of an elitist is “spilling the beans” and releasing the information.

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Producer Samuel Shaw working on The Elitist Next Door

 

Inside the four walls of “The Chamber” is information regarding never before heard details about our human history. It contains information about extraterrestrial technologies, off-planet colonies, and secret off the grid elitist communities unknown to the public. The series has interviews with a former CIA agent, former staff members who worked on of the off-grid estates, and other key players peddling the “naughty, naughty, bad elitist” angle.

For me, the jury is still out on the accuracy of this “investigative” podcast series. What’s not surprising is the fact that when I contacted the white house PR department, they were quick to deny all allegations made in the first episode. What’s more, I was later contacted by the flat earth society who claimed all the allegations in the podcast were completely fabricated. How they knew I was looking into the series is beyond me. I later contacted a few of my sources within the “Truther Movement” and they were quick to deny all the claims made in the podcast as well.

The fact that this small podcast has already united ideologies at opposite ends of the spectrum in the claims that its spreading falsehoods are a first, and its worth further investigation.

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In 15 years of working as a freelance journalist, writing article after article about conspiracy theories, everything from 9/11’s building 7 through to Pizza gate and the Alex Jones governmental shill. I have never encountered such a backlash of denials about any one particular theory, especially one with supporting evidence. The podcast does talk about agents of miss information, spreading propaganda in order to engineer society in a particular way of thinking.

I have never been big on conspiracy theories and I largely believe that the simplest answer is usually the correct one. However, in this case, the believability of the information for me is off the charts. Quite simply, it rings true.

I will definitely be paying attention to this series, but I will be doing so with a very large pinch of salt.

Chad Smithers

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Chinese traditional medicine is considered very effective. It consists of many unique methods of treating diseases. Many countries around the world are studying these theories and are beginning to apply them in practice in their clinics. One of these methods is acupuncture. It helps cope with a large list of diseases as well as improve the overall condition of the organism. You can undergo the procedure at a Cross-Up Chiropractic clinic, which employs qualified specialists.

Briefly on the term “acupuncture”

Acupuncture (acupuncture) is an ancient Chinese treatment method. During the procedure, the patient is injected with special needles into the biologically active points. According to Chinese theory, it is believed that the Qi energy is flowing in a person, and only this energy can ensure good health. If it starts to stagnate, various diseases occur. There are over 500 such active points on the human body. They are all connected to each other.

Acupuncture helps:

  • reduce pain;
  • improve the condition of the skin, hair and nails;
  • restore normal hormone synthesis;
  • increase overall immunity;
  • to flush out all the toxins;
  • remove muscle cramps;
  • improve blood circulation.

Acupuncture can really help with a problem with any system of the body.

How does acupuncture work?

A course of acupuncture can only be performed by a specialist who has appropriate training and a license. A person must know when and in what place to insert needles depending on the disease.

The session usually takes place in the comfort of a warm, quiet place on a soft couch. The right amount of needles is injected into a certain part of the body (depending on the problem). The patient usually feels nothing and there is no pain. The session lasts for 15-30 minutes. Then the acupuncturist takes the needles out.

Three to 15 sessions may be needed to improve your health. Everyone feels differently after the treatment. Some feel relaxed and sleepy, others feel a burst of energy.

What can and can’t be done after the procedure?

Immediately after the session, it is recommended that you just lie down for 10-15 minutes and drink water. But these are not all the rules that must be observed. For the duration of the treatment and for two weeks after it, you can’t:

  1. Take any alcoholic beverages. Keep coffee and tea to a minimum. It is better to ask your doctor how much you can drink per day.
  2. Heavy physical activity. Many people feel so energized after the first sessions that they are ready to do something and exercise around the clock. This is not the way to do it. It is better to let the body rest.
  3. Strong drugs like antidepressants, painkillers, and antibiotics are forbidden. Before starting therapy, it is better to ask a specialist about the compatibility of medications and acupuncture.

And the most important point is that for effective results, you need to take a full course of acupuncture. Some patients see an improvement after the second or third time and decide that they have had enough. This is categorically not the way to do it. Only a completed course can benefit the body.

Chinese traditional medicine is considered very effective. It consists of many unique methods of treating diseases. Many countries around the world are studying these theories and are beginning to apply them in practice in their clinics. One of these methods is acupuncture. It helps cope with a large list of diseases as well as improve the overall condition of the organism. You can undergo the procedure at Cross-Up Chiropractic clinic, which employs qualified specialists.

Briefly on the term “acupuncture”

Acupuncture (acupuncture) is an ancient Chinese treatment method. During the procedure, the patient is injected with special needles into the biologically active points. According to Chinese theory, it is believed that the Qi energy is flowing in a person, and only this energy can ensure good health. If it starts to stagnate, various diseases occur. There are over 500 such active points in the human body. They are all connected to each other.

Acupuncture helps:

  • reduce pain;
  • improve the condition of the skin, hair, and nails;
  • restore normal hormone synthesis;
  • increase overall immunity;
  • to flush out all the toxins;
  • remove muscle cramps;
  • improve blood circulation.

Acupuncture can really help with a problem with any system of the body.

How does acupuncture work?

A course of acupuncture can only be performed by a specialist who has appropriate training and a license. A person must know when and in what place to insert needles depending on the disease.

The session usually takes place in the comfort of a warm, quiet place on a soft couch. The right amount of needles is injected into a certain part of the body (depending on the problem). The patient usually feels nothing and there is no pain. The session lasts for 15-30 minutes. Then the acupuncturist takes the needles out.

Three to 15 sessions may be needed to improve your health. Everyone feels differently after the treatment. Some feel relaxed and sleepy, others feel a burst of energy.

What can and can’t be done after the procedure?

Immediately after the session, it is recommended that you just lie down for 10-15 minutes and drink water. But these are not all the rules that must be observed. For the duration of the treatment and for two weeks after it, you can’t:

  1. Take any alcoholic beverages. Keep coffee and tea to a minimum. It is better to ask your doctor how much you can drink per day.
  2. Heavy physical activity. Many people feel so energized after the first sessions that they are ready to do something and exercise around the clock. This is not the way to do it. It is better to let the body rest.
  3. Strong drugs like antidepressants, painkillers, antibiotics are forbidden. Before starting therapy, it is better to ask a specialist about the compatibility of medications and acupuncture.

And the most important point is that for effective results, you need to take a full course of acupuncture. Some patients see an improvement after the second or third time and decide that they have had enough. This is categorically not the way to do it. Only a completed course can benefit the body.

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