Accepting the Reality of the Plandemic
It's a slow road for most.
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Beginning in March 2020, we were told the next global pandemic had arrived. That became a 2.5-year travesty, pushing toward the end of Western civilization as we knew it. The World Economic Forum and all its global henchmen wrecked economic havoc so pervasive that no person was untouched. Both television and print media chronicled daily reports to keep us afraid, locked down (imprisoned), masked (tortured), and in a state of impending doom.
But more and more people are finding out that nearly everything they told us was false. Many who ‘bought the KoolAid’ are now starting to come to grips with the overwhelming evidence: that all the mainstream media’s hyping, all the government’s proclamations, even all of your doctor’s arrogant and ignorant claims about the shots and the drugs - A.L.L. of it was a lie. Ed Dowd has said it best on his website, TheyLiedPeopleDied.com and in his upcoming new book by the same name.
Sudden Shock - then Change Directions
The sudden arrival of unsettling information can impact your life in dramatic and unexpected ways. Studies have shown that hearing shocking a news is similar to the jolt we experience when we are told a loved one died suddenly. Both are wrenchingly difficult to accept.
However, if the news is integrated in stages, such as hearing someone has cancer and has six months to live, it is usually somewhat less distressing than learning your healthy, 27-year old colleague just dropped dead from a heart attack.
The well-accepted stages of loss, as defined by Dr. Elizabeth Kübler-Ross, offer insights into how deeply the lies from the plandemic have been integrated into our belief system and why disrupting that belief with new information can be so troubling.
Dr. Kübler-Ross’ classic book “On Death and Dying” (1969) presented her theory that people who are dying go through five stages of grief: denial, anger, bargaining, depression, and acceptance. The Kübler-Ross model has stood the test of time. It has been widely adopted and applied to many situations where someone suffers a loss or a sudden change in social identity. The stages are not necessarily sequential or linear in their progression, and some people tend to stay in one stage for longer periods than others. But for most, the stages of the model hold true.
When your friends and family start to ‘wake up’ to the idea that what they have been told about Covid19 and the shots was not the truth, they will most likely deny it (stage 1) and almost everyone becomes angry (stage 2). There will no doubt be exclamations of incredulity. They will call you, and others, every name in the book: Crazy. Conspiracy theorist. Baby killer. And more…and worse.
As they become more aware, like slowly waking up out of a deep coma-like sleep, bargaining (stage 3) will come with questions such as, “Why would the government lie to us?” or, “Well, at least part of what they are saying is true, isn’t it?” Giving up the notion that the “government is here to protect me” is a big step. Many will choose not to take the journey down the Truth Path, no matter what evidence is presented.
For most, it takes some time to pass into Kübler-Ross’ fourth stage—acceptance. To arrive at that place, an entirely new sense of reality has to evolve and then emerge. Their ‘New World’ will be a mix of proven scientific data and personal experience, not on acceptance of propaganda the puppet masters want all of humanity to believe.
This new understanding —a different type of “knowing”—is immutable.
There is an old proverb that first appeared in print in 1651 in a book called The Court and Character of King James by Anthony Weldon. It goes like this:
Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice, shame on me.
I frequently modify this phrase and say it like this:
Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice? Ain’t gonna happen.
Be patient with them on their journey…and be grateful it isn’t a journey you had to take if you have had Eyes Wide Open from the beginning.
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