I listened to this entire video with great curiosity, on the edge of my seat. Started taking notes part way through, but forgot to put which minute of the presentation a particular note was taken.
As Alexandra Bruce, of forbiddenknowledge.tv, who took better notes I did, said:
“Watching this video is like having paid $60,000 tuition to attend the highest-level university – a hypothetical university that is actually worth that.”
People are wondering how this man has suddenly appeared “out of nowhere.” Followed by the question: “Is he controlled opposition?”
I think not. Especially when I see that he shared a stage for Q & A with Dr. Judy Mikovitz in May 2021, the day before he made this 90-minute presentation.
According to Dr. Martin, “Because of Covid, for the first time in my life I’ve had an audience of any size to listen to my Story of Life Insurance.” This story is the result of the seven years he spent investigating every patent, every funding source. For details: please read through the pdf I put up in a reply to a comment from yesterday’s post on him.
For this post, I’m looking at two websites that took partial notes on what he said during his presentation he called “The Illusion of Knowledge.” One website gave an actual transcript to one of the most intriguing parts of it: his claim that we don’t “have” DNA, we have chromosomes: Eugenicists Watson and Crick’s “double-helix” was not a discovery, it was a human invention. “DNA is not a product of nature; it is a model of human manipulation.” “Chromosomes are possibly antennae, not DNA (95% of DNA is junk? Huh?)”
But that website wouldn’t let me repost its URL. Strange:
He describes what Watson and Crick did as “analogous to untying knots of a tapestry, then describing the pile of strings on the floor, and then — tried to play God with it.”
Here’s that 8-minute clip.
Here’s the full 90 minutes.
You might pay particular attention to his account of how Evil shows up in our world.