The Loss of a Loved Community Member

This is a profound testimony against pharmaceutical drugs.

Floxie Hope

The “floxie” community lost a wonderful person last week. His name is Marc Thavenot, and Levaquin killed him. Mark struggled with fluoroquinolone toxicity for three years. He fought for his life every day of those three years. However, in November 2018 he lost his battle.

Officially, his cause of death was suicide. But the truth of his situation is much more complicated than the simple label of “suicide.” I suppose that all suicides have more to them than simply someone taking his or her own life. There is always a back-story.

Marc’s back-story is that he was tortured by a combination of fluoroquinolone toxicity (Levaquin), benzodiazepine damage, and Lyme Disease. On his web site he described his situation:

“In October 2015 after I had a fall and broke my hand i was put on a drug called Valium which is a benzodiazepine for anxiety and insomnia. Then 3 weeks later…

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Majority Of Men In US & Europe Will Be Infertile By 2060 – Study

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CDC Director: Congo’s Ebola Outbreak May Not Be Containable

Robert Redfield, the director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said that people need to be prepared for the worst.  Redfield said the Democratic Republic of Congo’s newest Eb… Source: CDC Director: Congo's Ebola Outbreak May Not Be Containable   There's a load of information about the known cure; --even in Africa, Silver … Continue reading CDC Director: Congo’s Ebola Outbreak May Not Be Containable

Apologies!

Being a concern great-great concerned grandfather, living even perhaps to be even greater in my care for others…

Personal musings . . .

If you have somehow found your way to this site I apologize. This was my very first attempt at a blog but I didn’t like it so I deleted it.  Or rather I thought I did. Intrepid people still find their way here. So I thought I should leave something for them to read.  There is nothing worse than anticipation left unfulfilled. So a little something . . . .

Whoosh is the sound

Of a life passing by

But wait just a minute

I beg to defy

Whoosh is the sound

That I hear in my head

As I flit between poems

And stuff that I’ve read

Short stories and quips

A thought just erupted

Came right to my brain

Perhaps I’ve corrupted

An idea for a story, oh wait

That’s a quip

Now whoosh it is gone

Not right for this trip

Oh look there’s a sale

On…

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Crowd funding to upgrade our efforts to end Dengue Fever epidemics and Ebola world threatening outbreaks!

(page will be updated soon)   To upgrade and enhance our efforts to end Dengue Fever epidemics and Ebola outbreaks, we are crowd funding with Gogetfunding.com. For support of $5.00> we have decided to compile a trove of pictures showing the impact typhoon Yolanda, 8 November 2013 took on our community.  There will be ID … Continue reading Crowd funding to upgrade our efforts to end Dengue Fever epidemics and Ebola world threatening outbreaks!

My consulting practice: the creative life and the spiritual life — Jon Rappoport’s Blog

by Jon Rappoport qjrconsulting [at] gmail.com “With sufficient courage and commitment, anything is possible. Without them, the great dreams fizzle out…” (The Magician Awakes, Jon Rappoport) Here is a former client, artist Rick Dubov, writing about our consulting work: “Jon opened up a new world of possibilities for me via imagination work we did together. […] … Continue reading My consulting practice: the creative life and the spiritual life — Jon Rappoport’s Blog