Next, I will remind my viewers of another unique Enchanted LifePath discovery in 2020. It began with a BBC News report on a Birmingham company called Mirius who sent 130.000 tonnes of a bleach product that they manufacture to China during the initial weeks of the alleged outbreak in Wuhan.
The video below shows the manager at Mirus describing how the product was tested for its coronavirus kill claim in the early weeks of 2020. The farmyard animal disinfectant was used to spray the streets of Wuhan as seen when large trucks were used along with people with handheld thermal foggers.
The startling thing is after BBC had boasted that it was enough of the product to fill 90 Olympic swimming pools, I then looked into the name of the bleach that was used to spray people like bugs.
It is called Omnicide.
In the video, you can see how it claims to kill influenzas and diseases. When used at different dilution rates, safety and effectiveness can be regulated. That may seem okay at first glance, but we had all seen videos of trucks spraying streets, people spraying offices whilst workers sat at computers, it was everywhere.
In the BBC report, one of the things I noticed was the Health and Safety COSH labels on the product as seen in teh video and in teh article that is linked in the video and below
It does not take a genius to work out that a product that is marked as acutely toxic (Skull & Bones), bad for the environment with aquatic toxicity, corrosive and a respiratory health hazard, can’t be a good thing to spray populated areas with can it?
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It was after laying all this groundwork on the product that it gets creepy. What is the meaning of the word Omnicide?
Yes, it is clear as day what Omnicide means, but was any of this foreshadowed in any films or TV shows? Computer games maybe? Well I found a South Korean movie released in 2019 called Parasite. A scene in the film shows a family being sprayed with a bleach product and thermal foggers in their home by a protective clothing clad worker outside in the street. The characters in the movie talk between themselves asking if they should shut the windows as they cough when the mist overwhelms them as they work. A response of “no, it will kill the stink bugs” can be heard as the people oversee the fact it s them being sprayed like bugs. You can see this in my banned Pandemonium video above or watch the short version here.