COVID-19 is becoming the planetary/collective NOCEBO effect. The opposite or evil twin of placebo. (See resources/links in comments). In short, people create/manifest disease/illness out of fear, anxiety and belief and has nothing to do with any virus. As I’ve written before in my article:
Going a bit deeper with the Coronavirus scare and artificially created crisis/epidemic, the Powers That Be (PTB) behind the scenes (not your official puppet “representatives”) understand occult and metaphysical laws very well like Black Magic magicians and sorcerers of the dark side.
As I mentioned before the PTB (vessels for the occult hostile forces) attempt to create their desired reality THROUGH us. This is nothing new and has been going on for thousands of years. It’s the ultimate mind control for they understand the metaphysical consequences with regards to “reality creation”. It also ties into the Hegelian Dialect of Problem-Reaction-Solution, for they need the willing consent of the masses, i.e. their “free will” to go along with it even if it’s manipulated “free” will, i.e. creating traps of agreement according to the occult law of agreement.
They are putting spells on the population, resulting in self-fulling prophecies vie FEAR and BELIEF. So, what we see now with this completely artificially created massive fear frequency in the collective regarding the “virus” many people are actually getting sick and developing symptoms because of the SUGGESTION and manifest them in their own bodies even though there is not an objective threat. As I mentioned in my article, Fear damages the aura and energy body, lowers the protective energetic outer layer of the body (and the immune system on a physiological level) which in turn creates entry points for the suggestions to come in and manifest. This goes way beyond the over-simplified New Age idea of “Law of Attraction” and way beyond just having “negative thoughts” (One of the new age distortions about “reality creation”).
So, if you feed into and believe the virus scare you are potentially creating disease/illness, not only potentially in yourself but in others as well via thought projections (which act like psychic attacks on occult levels), and help them manifest the reality they want to in order to further their agenda.
Here is a partial anthropological explanation of the Nocebo effect:
“Some people maintain that belief kills (e.g., “voodoo death”: Cannon (1942) describes a number of instances from a variety of different cultures) and belief heals (e.g., faith healing). A “self-willed” death (due to voodoo hex, evil eye, pointing the bone procedure,etc.) is an extreme form of a culture-specific syndrome or mass psychogenic illness that produces a particular form of psychosomatic or psychophysiological disorder which results in a psychogenic death. Rubel (1964) spoke of “culture bound” syndromes, which were those “from which members of a particular group claim to suffer and for which their culture provides an etiology, diagnosis, preventive measures, and regimens of healing”.
Certain anthropologists, such as Robert Hahn and Arthur Kleinman, have extended the placebo/nocebo distinction into this realm in order to allow a distinction to be made between rituals, like faith healing, that are performed in order to heal, cure, or bring benefit (placebo rituals) and others, like “pointing the bone”, that are performed in order to kill, injure or bring harm (nocebo rituals). As the meaning of the two inter-related and opposing terms has extended, we now find anthropologists speaking, in various contexts, of nocebo or placebo (harmful or helpful) rituals:
that might entail nocebo or placebo (unpleasant or pleasant) procedures;
about which subjects might have nocebo or placebo (harmful or beneficial) beliefs;
that are delivered by operators that might have nocebo or placebo (pathogenic, disease-generating or salutogenic, health-promoting) expectations;
that are delivered to subjects that might have nocebo or placebo (negative, fearful, despairing or positive, hopeful, confident) expectations about the ritual;
which are delivered by operators who might have nocebo or placebo (malevolent or benevolent) intentions, in the hope that the rituals will generate nocebo or placebo (lethal, injurious, harmful or restorative, curative, healthy) outcomes; and, that all of this depends upon the operator’s overall beliefs in the harmful nature of the nocebo ritual or the beneficial nature of the placebo ritual.
Yet, it may become even more terminologically complex; for, as Hahn and Kleinman indicate, there can also be cases where there are paradoxical nocebo outcomes from placebo rituals (e.g. the TGN1412 drug trial), as well as paradoxical placebo outcomes from nocebo rituals (see also unintended consequences). Writing from his extensive experience of treating cancer (including more than 1,000 melanoma cases) at Sydney Hospital, Milton (1973) warned of the impact of the delivery of a prognosis, and how many of his patients, upon receiving their prognosis, simply turned their face to the wall and died a premature death: “there is a small group of patients in whom the realization of impending death is a blow so terrible that they are quite unable to adjust to it, and they die rapidly before the malignancy seems to have developed enough to cause death. This problem of self-willed death is in some ways analogous to the death produced in primitive peoples by witchcraft (‘pointing the bone’)”
Thank you, Mate Sindija for the NOCEBO resources.