Mar 27th, 2020 3-5PM ET
Friday on The Robert Scott Bell Show:
Hour 1: Special Guest IKYA
IKYA is a spiritual teacher and healer. He offers a new and modern approach to spiritual work for today’s consciousness. His teachings can set you free from your old karma, patterns and submission, bringing you to wakefulness and spiritual empowerment.
F*** FEAR – Free Seminar – March 29, 2020 6:00 PM- 9:00 PM (TIMEZONE UTC+1) Ok people. Gloves off. This planet needs you. It needs individuals of a clear mind and high consciousness. Right now, most people — including the global spiritual community — are rolling around in fear and panic. It is time to listen to a real spiritual teacher. With a real spiritual message. He will help you make sense of it all.Learn what is actually going on from a spiritual perspective and how to navigate. Lift yourself above the chaos and become part of spiritual leadership. Times like these separate the leaders from the followers, the adults from the children. IKYA is THE spiritual teacher for those who seek the ultimate consciousness and who want to serve Life for real. Join us for this mind-blowing, life-changing seminar. It is time.
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Poll Finds High Anxiety in the Time of Coronavirus Coronavirus has sent the anxiety levels of Americans soaring, a new online poll shows. The American Psychiatric Association (APA) survey of more than 1,000 U.S. adults found that 48% of respondents were anxious about the possibility of getting the coronavirus, 40% were anxious about becoming seriously ill or dying from coronavirus, and 62% were anxious about the possibility of family and loved ones getting COVID-19.More than one-third (36%) said the coronavirus is having a serious effect on their mental health, and 59% said coronavirus is having a serious impact on their day-to-day lives.Most (57%) said they’re concerned that the coronavirus will seriously harm their finances, and almost half said they’re worried about running out of food, medicine and/or supplies.Two-thirds (68%) fear that the coronavirus will have a long-lasting impact on the U.S. economy.
Stop the Fear-Mongering! 12 Medical Scientists Speak Out on COVID19 Responses Fear over the coronavirus is gripping the nation and world, as within a short period of time life around the globe has drastically changed very suddenly.The main question facing everyone in the U.S. today is: How serious is this? Is the response the government is making right now consistent with the threat this virus presents?Some are proposing that anyone in the media who dares to question the official narrative should be silenced for the sake of “public health.”Facebook, for example, took strong actions against Health Impact News by claiming we were publishing “fake news,” mainly by publishing the views of Dr. Andrew W. Saul, Editor of the Orthomolecular Medicine News Service, who published news about successful intravenous Vitamin C therapy which had started in China.And yet this week, the New York Post reported that the same therapy had started at hospitals in New York City.
Calls To Suicide Hotlines Spike Amid COVID-19 Pandemic Calls to the National Suicide Prevention Hotline have spiked 300% amid the coronavirus pandemic, according to KVLY, while the Sacramento Bee reports that other suicide prevention services have similarly risen for the same reasons.“It’s so scary, it’s almost like … I would rather be dead,” said suicidal writer Danielle Sinay, who lives in New York City. “I mean, I wouldn’t be, but sometimes I get so scared it feels like that.”President Donald Trump, who has been pressing to lift restrictions on most people as soon as possible, has warned of “suicides by the thousands” if people remain isolated, Forbes reported.More than 487,000 cases of the COVID-19 virus have been confirmed worldwide with more than 22,000 deaths as of March 26, according to Johns Hopkins University. The United States has more than 69,000 confirmed cases with more than 1,000 deaths. –Sacramento Bee(That figure topped 523,000 infected and 23,639 deaths as of this writing just hours later, according to the same source).
Hour 2: Special Guest Hassan Mirakhor
Hassan Mirakhor was a holistic healing practitioner in Washington DC, in clinical practice for over 20 years at the Georgetown Chiropractic Clinic. Now he lives in Colorado, where he applies financial quantitative analysis to global markets, trading full-time at home. He is also the ranch manager for his family’s horse ranch.In his spare time, he shills mathematics on social media.
Borders, beaches, pubs and churches are closed, large events are canceled, and travelers are subject to 14 days’ isolation—all at significant cost to taxpayers and the economy. But could telecommunications technology offer a more targeted approach to controlling the spread of the COVID-19 coronavirus?One possibility is to use location history data from the mobile phones of confirmed cases, to help track and trace the spread of infection.Some people can be contagious without knowing, either because they have not yet developed symptoms, or because their symptoms are mild. These individuals cannot be identified until they become sufficiently unwell to seek medical assistance. Finding them more quickly could help curb the spread of the disease.
New therapeutic strategy against diabetes: Vitamin D Maintaining vitamin D receptor (VDR) levels in pancreatic cells that synthesize and secrete insulin (β cells) could contribute to protecting against the development of diabetes and counteract pancreatic cell damage caused by the progression of the disease. This is suggested by a study conducted by researchers of the CIBER’s area of Diabetes and Associated Metabolic Diseases (CIBERDEM) at the Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona (UAB), which points to this receptor as a potential therapeutic target in the prevention and treatment of the disease.Vitamin D deficiency has been associated with a greater prevalence of both type 1 (T1D) and type 2 (T2D) diabetes, and the relation of this disease with variations in the vitamin D receptor gene has also been described. Nevertheless, the specific participation of this vitamin receptor in the development of the disease, specifically in the β cells, continues to be unknown. That is why this new study has focused its efforts on understanding the role played by the VDR of these pancreatic cells in the development of diabetes, by analyzing its behavior in mice.
Coronavirus Could Accelerate US Cannabis Legalization As the economic damage from the coronavirus pandemic piles up, U.S. cities and states are set to face significant lost revenue given the loss of business activity.But, as DataTrek Research’s Jessica Rabe writes in a note, “there’s a simple and effective solution for states and cities to help cover their huge budget shortfalls after the COVID-19 pandemic subsides: legalize recreational sales of marijuana.”New York, the epicenter of COVID-19 cases in the U.S., might see a revenue drop of $4 billion to $7 billion compared to what it was expecting, according to the state comptroller. With a budget of $87.9 billion, that’s significant.“We’ve been thinking a lot about how life will change post-virus, and one big difference will be that state and local governments are going to encounter large unexpected tax receipt shortages,” Rabe wrote. “That’s particularly true when it comes to sales and income taxes amid stressed consumer balance sheets and massive layoffs. And unlike the Federal government, states can’t print unlimited amounts of money.”
Exclusive: As coronavirus spreads, U.S. military to withhold some infection data The U.S. military has decided it will stop providing some of the more granular data about coronavirus infections within its ranks, citing concern that the information might be used by adversaries as the virus spreads. U.S. Defense Secretary Mark Esper outlined the plan in an interview with Reuters, saying that he wanted the military to keep providing broader data about infections in the armed forces, which rose by more than a third to 280 current cases on Thursday. But Esper, a former Army secretary, said he wanted some of the more mission-specific information to be withheld to prevent compromising operational security. “What we want to do is give you aggregated numbers. But we’re not going to disaggregate numbers because it could reveal information about where we may be affected at a higher rate than maybe some other places,” Esper said, without disclosing precisely what information would be withheld or when the plan would be implemented. Such a decision could upend expectations about the kind of disclosure about coronavirus fallout the public can expect from the military, which has a small number of infections relative to overall forces of well over 1 million active duty troops.
Question of the Day:
I just heard Anthony Fauci’s announcement today, March 26, that COVID 19 could be seasonal. That sounds like a prelude to mandatory vaccines… especially after hearing Dr. Buttar’s message. What do you think?-Sondra
Hello Robert, My mom is 72 years old she had a cold and is doing better but she still has a lingering cough, do you think Sovereign silver spray will help get rid of this cough? Or any other suggestions. She is diabetic and takes blood pressure medication. Thank you for all the information you share.-Yolanda
Dr. Fauci doughnuts are selling like hotcakes at Donuts Delite You’re America’s top infectious disease expert. You’ve served as an adviser to every president since Ronald Reagan. You’re unquestionably “the star,” to use President Trump’s term, of the U.S. coronavirus task force’s televised daily briefings.So where do you go from there? Directly onto a doughnut.Early this week, Donuts Delite, 1700 Culver Road, began making doughnuts featuring the likeness of renowned immunologist Dr. Anthony Fauci, longtime director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, whose straightforward communication style and calm demeanor during the COVID-19 pandemic seem to have soothed a great many Americans.“We’re watching the news like everyone else,” said Nick Semeraro, franchisee of the café, which also serves the Salvatore’s Old Fashioned Pizzeria menu. “He’s on TV giving us the facts; you’ve got to respect that. We’re bipartisan, we stay neutral, but you’ve got to give credit where credit’s due.”
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