Introduction

This website is divided into 4 main categories: Dusk, Dawn, Yin, and Yang. Menus for each can be found at the top right of each page on PC and both the top right and bottom on mobile.

The drop down arrows to the right of each menu item will need to be selected to view the pages under each section.

It would be best to start with the Dark section, which will explain everything about the MAC Addresses.

Then, move on to the Light section to view healing and detox modalities shared by the same collective of researchers shedding the light on the true contents of the injections or “vaccines.”

It is advised to go in order of each section as the latter concepts will be easier to understand after processing the earlier ones. If any videos do not play there should be an alternative link above the video.

If the information presented starts to feel overwhelming please take a quick look at the Psychology Primer.

It would actually be best to read about two extremely important psychological concepts now:

Cognitive Dissonance and the Dunning-Kruger Effect.

It would also be an advantage to have read dystopian or science fiction literature, as much of what is playing out now is “stranger than fiction.” In other words, it will be harder process what is taking place based on logic and reasoning alone.

One must also have a strong sense of intuition, imagination, divine feminine energies to compliment the cold hard logic, like carefully reading the presenter, analyzing their language, tone, diction, facial expressions, body movements, etc.

Lastly, the Research section should help us on our search, which will eventually come up by following along.

All of this did not happen overnight, the antagonists think in centuries.

Once we are able to understand the mechanisms of the artificial plandemic\scamdemic, then the Yin and Yang sections can be reviewed, which will in turn lead to better conceptualization of existential, spiritual, and consciousness based ideas.

“No tree, it is said, can grow to heaven unless its roots reach down to hell.” – Carl Gustav Jung