My Regiment for Defending Against Colds and Flues

I would consider the colds and flues I’ve gotten before 2014 average. I’d get one or two a year until my kids went to school, then I’d get three or four. I could mark the calendar with the first cold of the season: 2nd week of October. I’d get sick again in January, then again in February and if it was a bad luck cold season, I’d get sick again in the spring.

The worst cold I had was delivered via a birthday cake in April 2013. That’s when I learned about viral load and its link to how severe one gets sick. It’s also the exact time I stopped eating birthday cake anyone – whether sick or not – blew out the candles on. In this house, that meant a piece of cake was cut for the birthday boy or girl, candles were put on it, and they blew them out and ate their own spit.

Because I had been hit with such a high viral load, I was sick within 12 hours, and I stayed sick for three months. It was the worst cold I ever had with a horrible cough, and coughs are the one area I excel at. I’m a natural cougher, so when a cold hits, I can cough so hard, well, let’s just leave that right there. Even when I’m not sick, I’m coughing. It’s the way I’ve been since I was a child. I’d cough all night except I slept through it and the only reason I knew I was coughing is others heard it and told me. My uncle John was the same way.

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A Solid Explanation of Society’s Behaviour and Mass Formation

In my struggle to understand people in society, I’ve listened more than I’ve spoken. I’ve spent countless hours sitting off to the side in crowds to watch and listen to conversations. Obviously, this is good research for writing characters. Yet, I am often baffled by what I hear because much of it is illogical. Spock makes sense. Fauci does not.

Listening to lectures and conversations given by people of all walks of life in many countries of many cultures and professions, including Carl Yung, Vandana Shiva, Jordan Peterson and Thomas Sowell, have provided perspectives I’d not get in my circle of family, friends and associates.

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Stand for Something or Fall for Anything

This morning, it came to my attention that one of my long-time favourite artists is being ridiculed by major Liberal media outlets. The washed-up and irrelevant Rolling Stones rag, which I’ve never bought nor read, printed this headline: Travis Tritt, Eric Clapton Form Supergroup of Ignorance

Ignorance, you say? Clapton has every reason to question the jab, the shot, the ‘vaccine’ which isn’t a real vaccine but a gene therapy, an experimental, never fully tested shot of poison, a medicine that was developed using aborted fetal tissue. After the first shot, Clapton became so debilitated that he fear he’d never play again.

If he lived in British Columbia, he’d be considered a second-class citizen by the government mouthpiece Ms Bonnie Henry. This monster wouldn’t recognise him or allow him to participate in society if he didn’t risk his life and get the second dose of poison, of which he didn’t because he was thankful to have survived and recovered from the first. The no-exemption policy of BC is horrendous, but so is the jab mandate and medical papers pass that is spreading around the globe.

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A Perfect Book for the Season

The mailman just delivered Laura Best’s newest book: A Sure Cure for Witchcraft. I bought the softcover from Chapters Indigo because I dislike reading eBooks and Amazon only sold the eBook.

Here’s the description.

Witches are hated in Württemberg, in what is now Germany, in the eighteenth century. It’s not so long since they were burned, and any woman who knows too much, who’s too clever or quick or skilled at healing, is suspect.

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KDP Print Introduces Hard Cover Books

A few weeks ago while signing into KDP, a new feature caught my eye: hard cover books in beta testing. Finally. I’ve been waiting for this for a few years. If you publish your books through KDP, you now have three options to choose from: eBook, paperback and hard cover.

While many still create their books only as eBooks, they should reconsider physical books because that’s the only way some people still read. I’m one of them.

Giving a reader options, possibly one other writers don’t provide, may result in a sale.

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“Northern Survival” Sales Update

Just over a year ago, I launched Northern Survival. It was the first book in the Laced with Romance Collection. Sales were extremely well during the last four months of 2020. This was due to the high number of promotional ads bought. I did a lot of promotions, both paid and free. It was the first time I had money to invest in marketing, and it definitely paid off.

In total, I spent $275.42 in marketing this one book. It was all focussed on the launch months: September, October and November. I’ve spent nothing since, and still this book sells on average 5 copies a month (either paperback or eBook) and has a minimum of 5,000 pages read in the Unlimited Kindle program. I earned back the money spent on promotions by the end of November.

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Finally, a light at the end of the darkest tunnel

Countries like Norway are leading the way. They have lifted all restrictions and have told their citizens we must live with COVID. They’ve told people not to live in fear, that this virus is not as serious as first expected. It affects the old and those with comorbidities (such as obesity, heart disease and diabetes).

They actually said people should focus on being healthy. Wow. I wish our Canadian government would put health over bullying and threatening.

Finally, a positive sign in this horribly politicized pandemic. It’s time to get back to living and not segregating people because of their medical conditions.

Watch the full video here: Kim Iversen: Norway DROPS All Restrictions And Chooses To LIVE With Covid

“Natural Selection” Proof Arrived

A few weeks ago, the proof for Natural Selection arrived. The plan is to launch it in October. It’s my first dystopian, but it’s not like others in the genre. There are no zombies, gore, lone survivor, mass destruction of the planet, Hunger Games style tyranny or Mad Max desperation.

It’s a simple story suitable for kids 12 and up. I hadn’t set out to write a young adult book, but it happened. There are no harsh curse words, rape or sex scenes. There is mild kissing.

When I think of it, it’s cleaner than most current Disney cartoons aimed at ages 12 and below.

Rediscovering the Inner Light

Since January, I’ve felt a dimming of energy that guides my writing journey. While I could blame this darkening on the chaos enveloping the world for the past 18 months, I won’t. In truth, while I see the horrible corruption of governments, including our miserable excuses for politicians, our health care system, and government-owned and Liberal-dictated media, it’s not what influences my energy the most. I understand these identities to be monsters and as such not to be trusted. And I move on, not letting them affect my inner spirit.

I could also blame this darkening on the mammoth amount of work I’ve been doing that drags me away from the computer and writing. Often, by the time I sit in front of the screen at night, I’m too tired to write and since my mind has been elsewhere all day, my genius in the wall doesn’t share his stories.

I find myself once again at a crossroad: do I battle to return to my writing journey, or do I abandon it for another journey?

It was time to seek advice from a source I trusted. Yesterday I visited a special woman who has insight and visions of the past, present and future. From our discussion and after a visit to an amazing beach, I’ve decided it’s time to return.

But not like I was. I’m unsure of how I wish to proceed. While I have several stories in the Laced in Romance collection, my energy wants to return to the fantasy world, so…

Yet, the proof has arrived for my next release: Natural Selection. It’s a dystopian laced with romance novel of about 110,000 words. Longer than I anticipated, but the word count was necessary to tell the story.

While my mind drifts to a destination, it’s the journey that makes life fascinating.

More from Lawrencetown Beach, Halifax County, Nova Scotia

Huge waves hitting the coast from tropical storm Teresa as it passes off shore.

Surfers catching the waves.

Canadian Parliament Conference on Suppressed Information from Doctors and Scientists

All Canadians need to watch this video from CPAC before it disappears. You won’t find it on the YouTube CPAC channel. I searched for it, but it wasn’t in the results. I scanned through the months of videos, and it wasn’t there. I found it on another YouTube channel, but it’s only there until the censors find it and remove it. Whenever it’s posted to Facebook, the devils within the company remove it.

Before you think these are just another bunch of crack pots, they’re not. It’s a member of parliament, an Ontario doctor and a scientist who specializes in vaccines. They cannot remain silent anymore. They know something is horribly wrong.

Watch it here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T4n1EfDYE-A

One must ask the questions: Why is the Canadian government acting like it is? Why are doctors and scientists being bullied, shamed, threatened and censored? Whatever the answer is, it’s not good for the people of Canada.

Update: When YouTube removes the video, it’s available on BitChute: The Canadian Parliamentary Network by MP Derek Sloan.

Update: The video has been removed from YouTube. The link is now to a blank screen that tells visitors that a press conference given by the Canadian government “violates YouTube’s Community Guidelines.” Unbelievable.

Freedom Rally Saturday February 18th

On Saturday September 18th from 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm at Citadel Hill, a freedom rally will be held in Halifax, Nova Scotia. I believe there are similar events happening across the country, so check your area to see if there’s one near you. To learn more about this event and others being organised, visit Save Canada Army.

Federal and provincial governments are advocating discrimination against citizens who choose their own medical treatment. Whether you’ve received this treatment or not, the fact that a ruling party believes they have the right to bar people who cannot or who choose not to participate in an experimental shot with unknown short and long term side effects is wrong.

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RANT: The Canadian Government Rules on a Slippery Slope

I hate you, Ian Rankin. I hate everyone like you. You believe you have the right to limit the freedoms of Canadians living in Nova Scotia unless they participate in an experimental, untested and unapproved medical treatment, one with unknown short and long-term side affects, one that doesn’t even do what vaccines are supposed to do.

What is a real vaccine? A vaccine protects the person who gets it. Think of the Tetanus vaccine. I got the booster a few years ago. When I stepped on a rusty spike last fall, I was protected. I didn’t bother going to Emergency. I kept the wound clean, disinfected it three times a day and elevated my foot for about a week. It healed with no infection. I wear a suit of armour against rusty objects, and it’s a good thing. Working like I do around nails, wire and other metals, I get scratched and poked a lot.

That’s what a real vaccine does.

A real vaccine doesn’t work for some and not others. It doesn’t leave you unprotected where you can get sick and pass on that sickness to others. It doesn’t do more harm than good to the individual.

Did you get that? Individual. The concern is for the individual, not the collective.

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Chasing Dragons in Moravia – FREE on Kindle

Download your copy today. This sale won’t last.

The Magical World of G. Michael Vasey

This weekend, I have made the kindle version of Chasing Dragons in Moravia free to download on Kindle… Please do go download it and if you read it, please do leave a review…

Chasing Dragons in Moravia: The Magic of Connecting with the Land Book 2

The Slavic pantheon is a mysterious and complex set of deities but the eternal battle between Perun, god of thunder and Veles, god of the underworld is intriguing. As Vasey invokes one and then the other of this duality, things happen. Magic happens and what seem like unrelated visits and happenings suddenly take their place in what turns out to be a shamanic process of connecting with the energies of the gods and the Slavic lands.

Dragons, Gateways to Hell (Houska Castle), Stone Circles (Kraluv Stul), Earth energies, Butterflies and Birds……… it’s all in this true and magical tale.

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