If you’re a history buff, then you might already be aware of the interesting pattern that global pandemics have followed over the last 4 centuries. Ever since the 1700s, a plague has swept across vast nations and claimed huge numbers of lives.
These are some brief outlines of these previous 3 plagues and the current issue that we face.
- 1720, Marseille, France. The Great Plague of Marseille was the last notable outbreak of the bubonic plague in Europe. Drastic measures were put in place to prevent the spread of the plague.
- 1817-1824, the first cholera pandemic started in Calcutta and spread all the way through Southeast Asia to the Middle East and Africa.
- 1918, the Spanish Flu lasted 2 years and affected 500 million people. At the time, this was nearly 25% of the entire world’s population.
- 2020. As of March 24, 2020, more than 386,000 cases of COVID-19 have been diagnosed in countries all across the globe.
What is it that’s causing all these pandemics to occur during the early half of each new century? They all seem to follow a similar pattern, and each one tends to reduce the global population by a significant amount.
Is there an ulterior motive here? Does the earth naturally produce viruses like our own immune system produces antibodies to keep it safe? Are these plagues created by some organization in an effort to control the population?
We can’t be certain, but there are a few things that we could consider.
One theory is that the planet itself creates viruses as a form of protection. By now, most people are aware that the earth itself functions as a massive organism. One suggestion is that, like humans, the earth has its own immune system.
An immune system works to protect its host from danger and disease. If the earth had an immune system, there would certainly be some situations in which it might recognize humanity as a threat. Given the way that we’ve pillaged and polluted the earth, some think that these plagues are a defense mechanism to protect the earth from humanity’s destructive tendencies.
Changes in Field Density
One theory is that viruses emerge when there is a change in the earth’s field density.
The field density encompasses all the space that we generally presume to be empty. As physics has proven, it is most certainly not empty. It is also highly receptive to influences such as radio waves and electromagnetic radiation.
It may come as no surprise, then, that the coronavirus emerged in Wuhan shortly after the country began to implement 5G. 5G towers emit extreme radiation that can change the field density of a given area rapidly.
The Spanish Flu emerged shortly after the widespread implementation of radio towers, which also had an influence on the planet’s field density.
While this doesn’t explain what may have contributed to the previous two pandemics, it’s possible that the field density of the planet changes regularly even without the intervention of humans.
In short, we don’t really have any conclusive evidence to prove why these pandemics happen every hundred years. However, if we’re as smart as we claim to be, we can at least recognize the pattern and prepare for any potential outbreaks in the coming centuries.