Two very different approaches to fear.
Well one has to make up one's mind. Did like so many folk believe that AID'S was a false flag, a real virus deliberately manufactured and the cure obtainable but suppressed for the One World Government Agenda and Kissinger's statement in POST 32(scroll down) and things like the scam on vaccines one of many.
See research done years ago on this in a intriguing book 'The Secret Life of Plants' by Peter Tompkins and Christopher Bird. Also the work done 'The Findhorn Foundation' where I stayed for a long while. You might want to follow the research of Cleve Baxter
and also Marcel Vogel(Marcel Joseph Vogel (1917–1991) was a research scientist working at the IBM San Jose Research Center for 27 years. He is sometimes referred to as Dr. Vogel, although this title was based on an honorary degree, not a Ph.D.. He was also a researcher into occult theories of quartz crystals and other esoteric fields of study. The Vogel Crystal type cut was created by him.
I met Marcel at Findhorn and we spent time experimenting with plants, crystals and people. He was later granted a PH.D.
Rock Art 1
Saharan rock art is a significant area of archaeological study focusing on the precious treasures carved or painted on the natural rocks found in the central Sahara desert. There are over three thousand sites discovered that have information about Saharan rock art. From the Tibesti massif to the Ahaggar Mountains, the Sahara is an open-air museum containing numerous archaeological sites.
Rock Art 2
The cave paintings found at Tassili n'Ajjer, north of Tamanrasset, Algeria, and at other locations depict vibrant and vivid scenes of everyday life in the central North Africa between about 8000 BCE and 4000 BCE, in the Mesolithic (Middle Stone) age. They were executed by a hunting people in the Capsian period of the Neolithic age (3000 -1900 BC) who lived in asavanna region teeming with giant buffalo, elephant, rhinoceros, and hippopotamus, animals that no longer exist in the now-desert area. The pictures provide the most complete record of a prehistoric African culture.
One of the wadis containing 10,000 year old paintings at Tadrart Acacus was spray-painted over this year by a disgruntled Libyan tour guide.
Rock Art 3