I thought I ought to update you all on our health situation. What a crazy week it’s been. Tracey was sick first. That was about a week ago. We tested her for Covid and that came out negative. Tracey already did have Covid a year ago, and it was not fun for her, but she got through it.
So for a few days she was sick with something that knocked her out. Then, as she got better, I became sick. I lost my voice almost completely. Energy level dropped, lots of coughing and so on. I assumed, heck, if Tracey didn’t have Covid, what would be the chances that I had it?
It turns out I DO have Covid-19. I got tested on May 12 and it was positive, although I didn’t get results until last night. Yesterday was the worst day with lots of coughing. We have a large supply of meds and supplements: Ivermectin (yes, I stocked up a long time ago when it was still possible to obtain it), and all the vitamins and supplements: D3, C, Zinc, Quercetin, and a bunch of others.
Before I knew it was Covid, I still insisted that Tracey and I ride our bikes, which we did and was fun. In retrospect, it’s a good thing we stayed away from people!
The good news: I woke up this morning feeling much much better, and even mowed the lawn. My energy level is great and my voice has nearly returned completely. I don’t have a cough and the fever is gone. Basically, I feel like myself again — about 95 percent, anyway.
Now the bad news: Tracey is getting sick again, and we suspect this time it’s Covid for her, too. Good grief. We got her tested yesterday and are waiting for the results. She’s been resting all day with basically no energy. We are loading her up on all the good stuff — including a nice batch of chicken soup that I made for us. She’s in good spirits.
What’s even more amazing is that she let me take this picture of us! The men don’t understand this, but I have no doubt that the ladies out there realize I committed a major faux pax in photographing my sick wife. But Tracey let me do it, which makes her cooler even than the Blondie tee shirt she’s wearing (which you can’t see in the pic but trust me it’s awesome).
The other thing I’ve been working on is poring through military UFO encounters that I have personally amassed for the 21st century. I won’t have a full tally before the Congressional Hearing on Tuesday, but there is no question that I have significantly more direct military UFO encounters in my database than the UAP Task Force presented last year. They had 144 from 2004 until the present day; I probably have more than 200. Honestly, probably more than 250. [CORRECTION: I just reviewed this and think I massively underestimated. I probably have more than 400] It’s challenging going through everything, and my database isn’t yet complete, in any case. But the information is clearly out there.
Moreover, this only includes direct sightings of UFOs and our military craft, or sometimes loitering near military bases. There are undoubtedly MANY other UFO trackings that the U.S. military has made of these objects that did not involve a direct intercept attempt.
And that’s just me, collecting reports from public sources and a few private ones. You going to tell me that 144 is the best they can do?
This phenomenon is a nonstop FLOOD. It has been going full guns for years and decades and generations. The only thing that diminishes is the attention it receives in our public discourse.
I’ll be back for a Fireside Chat tomorrow, hopefully with most of my voice. 🙂