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The following electronic communication was sent on Monday, 14 December 2020, as a reply:



Greetings {name removed], I want to thank you for your response to my inquiry; however, you have not addressed any of the questions that I posed.


Thus, I am enclosing what I previously sent:



Greetings, has anyone in the Nashville–Davidson County Department of Health reviewed the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) Vaccines and Related Biological Products Advisory Committee October 22, 2020 Meeting Presentation By Steve Anderson, PhD, MPP which is available online at https://www.fda.gov/media/143557/download? If so, then will the Nashville–Davidson County Department of Health publicly share in all available media all of the possible adverse reactions of the coronavirus vaccines so that everyone can make an informed choice?


I want to thank you in advance.


Irucka Embry



Thank you in advance.


Irucka Embry




No fear, Only Love!

—Irucka Ajani Embry, 15 March 2020



“If virulent germs were normal in the atmosphere, how numerous would be the occasions for their penetration independently by way of the lungs and intestinal mucus! There would not be a wound, however slight, the prick even of a pin, that would not be the occasion for infecting us with smallpox, typhus, syphilis, gonorrhoea.”

—Professor Béchamp, as quoted in Béchamp or Pasteur?: A Lost Chapter in the History of Biology By Ethel D. Hume on page 308 [prefaced by Pasteur: Plagiarist, Imposter: The Germ Theory Exploded By R. B. Pearson], ISBN# 978–1–46790–012–6, 2011



“The general public, however intelligent, are struck only by that which it takes little trouble to understand. They have been told that the interior of the body is something more or less like the contents of a vessel filled with wine, and that this interior is not injured — that we do not become ill, except when germs, originally created morbid, penetrate into it from without, and then become microbes.


The public do not know whether this is true; they do not even know what a microbe is, but they take it on the word of the master; they believe it because it is simple and easy to understand; they believe and they repeat that the microbe makes us ill without inquiring further, because they have not the leisure — nor, perhaps, the capacity — to probe to the depths that which they are asked to believe.”

—Professor Béchamp, preface to La Théorie du Microzyma, as quoted in Béchamp or Pasteur?: A Lost Chapter in the History of Biology By Ethel D. Hume on page 304 [prefaced by Pasteur: Plagiarist, Imposter: The Germ Theory Exploded By R. B. Pearson], ISBN# 978–1–46790–012–6, 2011



Questioning the Universe Publishing (QUP) [https://www.questionuniverse.com] is the proud publisher of the following book:


Balancing the Rift: ReCONNECTualizing the Pasenture

Irucka Ajani Embry

ISBN–13: 978–0–9914994–0–3

ISBN–10: 0–9914994–0–9


Book description:

This book is a creative, eclectic compilation that blends together fiction and non–fiction in the forms of narrative and poetry. The blending in this book covers a range of ideas and topics, such as: agriculture, climate change, the “corporament,” depression, economics, elite–centered US hegemony, family ties, forgiveness, freedom, galactic/global conspiracy, GMOs, health, identity, love, nuclear questions, peace, politics, poverty, profanity, relationships, religion, science, 11 September 2001, sexuality, spirituality, sustainability, terrorism, violence, water, and war. Through those concepts Irucka offers his own personal observations and reflections as he continues to question the nature of Reality that we experience. In addition to his thoughts, Irucka has included 23 pages of print resources that will help you wake up and get up from your slumber.



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