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Operating under the U.S. Department of Energy’s Nuclear Safety Administration, the Nuclear Emergency Support Team, NEST, is one of seven emergency response branches of the NNSA. Information from the Bulletin of Atomic Scientists indicates that NEST has the ability to deploy up to six hundred people in the event of a nuclear incident alongside the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s Domestic Emergency Support Team or the State Department’s Foreign Emergency Support Team.[i]

In February 2004, Popular Mechanics magazine featured a cover story, “When UFOs Arrive.” Within the seemingly whimsical text, article writer Jim Wilson hinted:

…State Of Emergency:

If ET turns up at NASA’s doorstep bearing that invitation, it is in for a surprise. Instead of getting a handshake from the head of NASA, it will be handcuffed by an FBI agent dressed in a Biosafety Level 4 suit. Instead of sleeping in the Lincoln Bedroom at the White House, the alien will be whisked away to the Department of Agriculture’s Animal Disease Center on Plum Island, off the coast of New York’s Long Island. Here it will be poked and probed by doctors from the National Institutes of Health. A Department of Energy (DOE) Nuclear Emergency Search Team (NEST) will tow away its spacecraft.

Unfriendly as this welcome may seem, it is the chain of events that most likely will follow the visitor’s arrival. Unique as the appearance of an alien-piloted spacecraft may be, the event incorporates elements of three situations familiar to federal emergency response workers: a plane crash, the release of radioactive material, and the capture of an animal suspected of harboring a contagious disease. Responsibilities in these situations are spelled out in Presidential Executive Orders….[ii] (emphasis added).

High-Energy Physics

Biological Warfare Implications

Traditionally unpopular within the western scientific community, the study of high energy, torsion physics is rapidly gaining interest and acceptance. The reunification of Germany in 1988-1989 greatly facilitated the exchange of support documentation from formerly Eastern bloc nations for experimentation.

One of the most astounding, albeit highly controversial, areas of scientific development is the consideration and implementation of scalar interferometry and its effects on matter and time itself.

In Aids, Biological Warfare, Ret. Lt. Col. Tom Bearden describes and documents the results of repeated independent studies of Dr. Vlail Kaznacheyev, director of the Institute for Clinical and Experimental Medicine in Novosibirsk, Siberia:

The Soviets reported detecting near-ultraviolet photons—bio-luminescence—as carriers of the death/disease pattern. However, scientists at the University of Marburg in West Germany also duplicated the effect in the infrared. This shows that bioluminescent photons in the near UV and in the IR can definitely carry “disease and death” information between cells. Further, integrating a continuing input of such photons coherently integrates the disease or death pattern from the virtual state into the observable state.[iii]

Note also that portions of the infrared spectrum are a subharmonic of the near ultraviolet. Harmonics are well-known in nonlinear oscillator theory, and biological systems are filled with nonlinear oscillators. It may be that harmonics and subharmonics are directly involved in the death pattern…[iv](emphasis added).

…[in] other words, one can create the healing pattern—the antidote, if you will, for any biological warfare agent. Cancer, leukemia, AIDS, viral diseases, bacterial diseases, whatever. One can create the antidote within minutes after the first symptoms of the disease or death pattern appear[v] (emphasis added).

One can then simply add the negating (healing) signal to power line signals, television and radio signals, special transmitters, etc.—and immediately start to “administer the antidote” to the irradiated population one wishes to protect. Now one can see why the Soviets are so ready to expose the entire world to something like AIDS. It doesn’t represent a real problem to them, the instant they decide to negate it[vi] (emphasis added).

…There are other even more diabolical possibilities, but these should be quite sufficient to illustrate the point.[vii]

…Pandora’s box has already been spilled, and the end of humanity is ticking away like a time-bomb. It’s already nearly midnight, and the watchman hasn’t even sounded the alarm yet…[viii]

In the DVD presentation, “Tom Talks Tesla,” Lt. Col. Bearden describes the profound significance of scalar implications:

Looking at it along the lines of scalar interferometry, and dealing with something [that] can [have] some rather astounding weapons effects, we can see…

…Now, what does that imply? …

…Those radiators [scalar] could conceivably create within a mass population, the instantaneous spread of mass diseases of all kinds.

They would be anomalous, you could be dying, for example, of bubonic plague and you wouldn’t have the organism. …But if that part is true, it represents a biological weapon of incredible implications for population warfare.

I hope to God I’m wrong. …but I don’t think I am[ix] (emphasis added).



It would be unrealistic for any country with a centralized infrastructure and bureaucracy to consider that it could prepare and implement a detailed and comprehensive pandemic plan in weeks or even months. We have recently seen and experienced an extremely limited local, regional, national and global response to a potential pandemic situation.

Specific pandemic identification, protection, and response strategies are continually evaluated and reconsidered, but all will have varied implications and efficacy within and across multiple sectors. A multisectoral approach means the involvement of many levels of government and people with various specialties including policy development, legislative review and drafting, animal health, public health, patient care, laboratory diagnosis, laboratory test development, communication expertise, and disaster management.

All are health strategies necessary to limit social interactions and disease spread, reducing illness and death, and mitigating, as much as possible, the direct economic impacts. All also have potentially significant side effects and social outcomes which, coupled with the health impact assumptions, substantially compound the direct effects on personal, private, corporate, military, and government operation.

The official WHO Guidelines for Humanitarian Agencies are presumably currently in effect although there is no urgent, unusual, active, or ongoing communication. There persists, however, a perceptible uneasiness, perhaps a consequence of performing extensive background documentation and research.


Perhaps this April 2009 H1N1 “Situation” is following far too closely the prescribed regimens for the described scenarios within the ridiculously copious official directives.

Perhaps this April 2009 H1N1 “Situation” is mirroring the unusual spring timing of the first H1N1 pandemic 91 years ago.

Perhaps this April 2009 H1N1 “Situation” is following the “wave” pattern as the first H1N1 pandemic did, recurring with a strong, “unusually virulent” mutation the following August.

Perhaps this April 2009 H1N1 “Situation” is following the second “wave” pattern as WHO Director-General Margaret Chan has warned—and may strike “with a vengeance” in August or September. V for Vendetta?

Or just perhaps it is the WHO guidelines of April 2006 that end with instruction point number 6.6.6: “Management of dead bodies,” or the reminders that the Black Plague began 666 years ago in 1343. Or might it be, as author Sharon Gilbert suggests by noting the pale horse of pestilence and death, “It’s a convergence of three sixes, in a crazy sort of way: WHO Protocol Phase 6, The Millennium Goal 6, and Revelation 6.”[x]

As a culture engorged with death, taking morbid pleasure in temporary vicarious misery, do we in some way prescribe our misery? Consider the cover description of Stephen King’s The Stand, self-described as “the greatest horror novel ever written:”

It is an apocalyptic vision of the world, when a deadly virus runs amok around the globe. But that lethal virus is almost benign compared to the satanic force gathering minions from those still alive to destroy humanity and create a world populated by evil[xi] (emphasis added).

Another post-human sequence that gathers its “minions” from an insurgent and ravaged humanity before complete usurpation. Pandemonium.

While Mary Shelley’s The Last Man has been popularly recognized as first-generation science (fiction) novel, it is worth remembering Shelley’s insistence that this work is a translation of the nine ancient Sibylline Books as recorded by the priestess Cumaean Sibyl while presiding over the Apollonian oracle.

The ancient Roman descriptions of an apocalyptic pandemic plague of unprecedented magnitude in the twenty-first century are difficult to ignore as the penetrating proclamation of April 30, 2009, by WHO Director-General Margaret Chan that “all humanity is under threat,” chillingly punctuates the Sibyl’s macabre echo.[xii]

UP NEXT: Totalitarianism and World War III

[i]U.S. Department of Energy, NEST: Nuclear Emergency Support Team,

[ii]Jim Wilson, “When UFOs Arrive,” Popular Mechanics (February 2004).

[iii] Thomas Beardon, Lt. Col. (ret.) U.S. Army, “Extraordinary Biology,” Aids, Biological Warfare, (April 25, 2009)






[ix] Thomas Bearden, Lt. Col. (ret.) U.S. Army, “Tom Talks Tesla,” DVD (1990)

[x]Sharon K. Gilbert, Peering Into Darkness, “H1N1 Talks: Phase 6 Is Likely Next Announcement,” May 19, 2009, (May 19, 2009).

[xi] Stephen King, The Stand (New York: Doubleday, 1990). Author’s note.

[xii] Special thanks for informational and organizational contributions to Steven DeNagy, M.D., Idaho Falls, ID and Eduardo Codina, M.D., Barcelona, Spain.

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