An update

An update

Most of you will be aware that some friends very kindly brought me some ivermectin.  I took four doses of it and have had little or new improvement in symptoms. I took another RAT (Rapid Antigen Test) which told me I still have covid-19. In fact, the tests have been quite consistent which is something that  surprised me given what I know about testing and its reality. I had a premonition of my condition turning for the worse but never suspected that COVID would come through the front door or our house, courtesy of “Our Dear Leader”and her cruise ships.

One thing that is an irritant to me is people trying to lecture me (in this case through a personal email) and talk about my “demise”.

“…you would actually decide on soon undertaking the self-responsible task of healing yourself of whatever was ailing you before you caught COVID…”

Very kind to offer healing even though it would cost $150 and 1.5 hours on Zoom with an unknown Chinese “master”.

The following that came to me free and not from a Chinese master was prefect.

I am putting myself in the hands of the Lord


11 thoughts on “An update

  1. Dear and brave fighter for truth, I wish you and I believe and many others, all the best on this world, to be healthy and alive for years ! ! ! Thank you for all your hard work and very good informations !
    If I can help you… dr Vladimir Zelenko protocol
    also do Wim Hof method at the same time and ivermectin try to find at vet, it is the same one. Keep the mindset positive and strong, try to find some pdf/book of Russian dr Georgij Nikolajevič Sitin.
    All the best man from Serbia, do what you need to do and be what you need to.

  2. When I got COVID, it was necessary to take 8 12 mg pills daily for 3 weeks to knock it out.
    Go to for their protocol.
    Ivermectin alone is not enough..
    You need 5000IU of Vit-D

  3. Trust in the Lord, amen!
    I’m sorry you are unwell. My grandparents 80+ had, what tested to be “covid” during the Summer past.
    I don’t know if it was PCR or Rapid Antigen. Not denying any illness.
    But the tests, including rapid antigen, have shown false positives.

    I mean no offense, my grandparents were really, really sick. It was in their lower lungs, they couldn’t breathe. Thankfully we have a Registered Nurse in the family and she took care of them for weeks. (Cooking, cleaning, feeding, washing) Everything.
    They’re devout Christian’s. By no means am I denying there is healing and death, on all sides of spiritual aisles.

    I have family who paid $1000s+ of dollars for Reiki Healing lessons, in a video group. From a “master.” I haven’t seen any healing, of any sort. Just someone profiting off other’s misfortunes. (The family member, cannot heal people or themselves with thought or touch.)

    I will pray for you Robin. I may be a sinner, unrighteous. Proverbs 15:8 “The sacrifice of the wicked is an abomination to the LORD, But the prayer of the upright is His delight.”

    But I repent daily, and believe in Jesus Christ’s redemption, and His place at the right hand of the Father as my advocate. 1st John 2:1 “My little children, I am writing these things to you so that you may not sin. And if anyone sins, we have an Advocate with the Father, Jesus Christ the righteous;”

    Finally James 5:16 says: “Therefore, confess your sins to one another, and pray for one another so that you may be healed. The effective prayer of a righteous man can accomplish much.”

    There is also a very old promise in Jeremiah 15:21 “So I will deliver you from the hand of the wicked, And I will redeem you from the grasp of the violent.”

    I hope that’s not too many Bible quotes, but all I can do is “trust in the Lord.”
    He saved(s) me from many hardships, physical/mental pain, fear and sorrow.
    I’ve also felt divine intervention more than once.
    But not always, sometimes I feel alone. Which I why I should pray and read the Bible more. (For my own benefit, and praise to the Lord.)

    God bless you Robin. I pray this will pass.

    1. In the Phoenician Greek text, “Word” is “Logos.”

      “often translated into English as “Word,” but can also mean thought, speech, meaning, reason, proportions, principle, standard, or logic, among other things. In religious contexts, it can indicate the divine Word, wisdom, or truth. It is also used widely with varied meanings in the fields of philosophy, analytical psychology, and rhetoric.”

      1st John 5:14 “This is the confidence which we have before Him, that, if we ask anything according to His will, He hears us.”

      Can’t go wrong with “The Lord’s prayer.” In any language! God hears all prayers.

  4. “in the Beginning was the Word.” Most assume this means the written word of God. But maybe something was lost in translation…. maybe it meant the sound of a word… sound- vibration- frequencies, can organize matter into patterns, like the chladni patterns. Without the constraints of gravity, these forms would be 3 dimensional. If the sound was changing (music), the form would dance and become 4 dimensional.
    It’s all infinitely complex, but I believe that frequencies can heal. I believe that Love is a frequency.
    Humming the “Ohm” sound while in meditation, letting the sound of healing bells wash over you…. if you have friends who play, have them come over and play for you. Or go online – This is the Lord’s Prayer in Aramaic:
    For me- the sound of birdsong. It has pulled me back from the very edge of the abyss, and filled my heart with gratitude.
    Sending love from across the planet,
    Field Mouse

    1. I clicked on the wrong reply button. Whoops!
      I just wanted to comment on “The Word” from John Chapter 1. It’s P. Greek origins and the text. Which shed a lot of light on it’s meaning. I really enjoy nature, I attribute it’s beauty to God’s perfection.
      Thanks again Robin for all you do.

  5. In the french language, it is ” Au commencement, il y avait le verbe ”…i.e. the verb. So yes, meaning can be lost in translation.

    1. It’s very true, much can be lost in translation or alteration. I’m not a P. Greek scholar. One reason why I listen to Biblical scholars, to help discern the Word. Depending on the version you read. I read NASB/KJV. For textual accuracy.
      But the P. Greek word “Logos” has so many meanings. My quote did not nearly cover them.

      NEG 1979 says: “Au commencement était la Parole, et la Parole était avec Dieu, et la Parole était Dieu.”
      “Parole” in English roughly translates to “Word” but also…
      (Speech, Promise, Order, Discourse, Tongue[Flying, Blattant], Intervention, “About” and other words.)

      Reading other Biblical versions. Some French, Spanish, Portuguese/Brazilian versions say “Verb” but other’s say “Word.”

      That’s why I go back to the original P. Greek texts we have, which say “Logos.” I go from the Greek meaning, from there.
      I should be completely bi-lingual, as a Canadian… But my French is terrible.

      I don’t think the gospel of Jesus Christ is lost in translation, when you’re an isolated missionary group, living with cannibals. On a Pacific Island without any text at all.

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