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In the concluding chapter of our recent book, The Contagion Myth, my co-author Tom Cowan, MD, tells the story of Sleeping Beauty. Sleeping Beauty is “under a spell,” asleep in her castle with all her family and servants, surrounded by a dense thicket of briars. Sleeping Beauty is a metaphor for the Covid situation—the world is under a spell, surrounded by dense thickets of lies, oblivious to what is really happening.
Not everyone is asleep, of course, but numerous members have written to us incredulous to observe that their family and friends have unquestioningly signed up for the Covid injection—believing the propaganda that this jab will protect them and their loved ones from illness, even that adverse effects are a sign that the shot is “working!” Getting the injection has become a kind of virtue signaling, a reason to hold a grudge against those who refuse. “How can we help our loved ones see the light?” they’ve been asking us.
WAPF has compiled two statements on the facts about these injections (westonaprice.org/coronavirus), but as David Martin says in his podcast interview (page 58), “I have yet to meet someone who allowed a fact to overwhelm a belief.” It’s a belief system based on fear, including the fear of asking questions, and if you are under a spell, presentation of the facts just makes you feel uncomfortable.
While WAPF members should know the facts about what is going on—that Covid is not contagious, that the injections are a money-making scheme, that lockdown measures constitute unjustified tyranny—the only way we will convince our loved ones is to set an example. We must show the world that we are not afraid. That was how the Handsome Prince was able to part the briars and reach Sleeping Beauty with his kiss of truth. He said, “I am not afraid!” We must remain upbeat, cheerful and optimistic in the midst of all the fear-mongering going on around us. After all, this is the perfect opportunity to arouse at least some of our loved ones from their slumber. While we should arm ourselves with the facts, this is definitely a case where actions speak louder than words!
It helps to belong to a community of like-minded people. To that end, we have organized a series of small conferences—see page 5 for details. And yes, we are having our annual Wise Traditions conference in the Fall, November 5-7 in Allen, Texas (outside Dallas). Stay tuned for more information! Meanwhile, we invite you to get involved in other ways. Maybe you can help your local chapter leader organize get-togethers; maybe you can form a local chapter yourself! Please follow up on our action alerts and newsletters; and how about joining our members-only Facebook group? What the world needs at this time is an army of Handsome Princes, and WAPF is here to provide any support it can.🖨️ Print post