What The Plandemic Can Do For Our Evolution

By James Fitzgerald

I was never labelled as a conspiracy theorist because my position as a newspaper editor gave me license to call out the consensus reality — and my stock market advice always made people money, which gave my other musings credence. That said, I am no longer a conspiracy theorist because the people in the stores with plastic bags over their heads and the ones jogging in the countryside wearing formaldehyde and Teflon-infused surgical masks have superseded me in the crackpot stakes.

This plandemic saved my life. I had been commuting 60 miles a day; getting up at 4am and returning home at 10pm. When you’ve sat on a cramped and stuffy coach for three hours in heavy traffic for the second time that day, after a long spell in an office, you start to entertain notions of spontaneous Ascension or becoming a dry-stone waller. After the first lockdown, the office told everyone to stay home and my daughter was home too, so it was the best of both worlds — just as I was about to crack. The plandemic was easy street in comparison with navigating far-off cities on three hours’ sleep a night.

It also means no longer being penalized as an “original thinker”, as the fake media reality, and its values, crumble before our eyes. “Natural selection”, as proposed by Charles Darwin (a Freemason) was a psyop based on the basal brain’s focus on survival of the fittest. But that is not to say that universal laws of evolution are not at play here and now.

Having worked in the private sector alongside the brightest and most noble members of the establishment, my exposure to the public sector has been very limited. It wasn’t until I had cause to be involved with the “child protection services” and “family courts” that I became aware of a sub-species of goons that defy belief. It is those people, or at least some of them, and the gangsters and financial crooks who the Covid schematic would probably be mostly aimed at, rather than some ethnic or ability-based notion from conventional eugenics, as espoused by Margaret Sanger or Adolf Hitler. Universal law seems to be at work here; whereby those people who feel drawn to the experimental RNA jabs are selecting themselves for extinction. In that sense, the elegant premise as envisaged by the progenitors of this scheme is that the most ignorant people will automatically be culled by their own hands. No need for a conventional war this time. From that perspective, those people would only hinder progress and the evolution of society anyway. The corrupt and greedy have a mindset that is reminiscent of Babylonian excesses, and many of them all at once will no doubt be returning there for remedial classes.

Not long before this virus scheme kicked off, I had a powerful dream where I was standing in a valley of neatly rowed tulips. Beyond was a cityscape, and a jumbo jet emerged from the jagged horizon. It climbed steeply, and suddenly turned and fell to the ground. I ran over to check for survivors, but found only bodies strewn about the broken fuselage. What was horrifying was the realization from seeing the entrails that they had all become zombies; somehow their internal physical mess was a reflection of their characters and intentions while alive. I quickly retreated to the colorful geometric landscape. The pointed and mechanical jumbo seemed to represent a technological means of escape for these people, which turned out to be their doom. It didn’t kill them initially, but only once they were onboard and strapped in — not unlike the jab scenario.

On the bright side, everything now seems possible, including the choice to live or die. The intelligence and camaraderie exhibited among the anon or patriot community is reassuring, as they dissect narratives and share information among each other. At a personal level, I am learning to fly jets (rather than be a passenger) and will also take courses in piloting motor boats and yachts. Family members have recently betrayed me, and I am so glad to see them go. I feel like an uncaged bird — and being behind the wheel of Piper turboprop last week only reinforced the feeling. During these times, where superficial values have fallen away, Mother Nature has once again opened her arms. Each day is different and precious, as the rush and turmoil of the city commute has evaporated.

While cruising the highways and calling in to quaint towns and historic sites with my daughter at the weekend, it felt like seeing the world anew, and being appreciative of every facet and moment. It was also akin to going for a drive after being at a funeral, where the life lost is mourned, but also contextualized and better understood. The real funerals are going to happen — to some of the people who took the shots — and this strange period of cataclysmic precognition is both tragic and euphoric.

The French drug centre this week called for the discontinuation of all four Covid jabs, as none are safe or effective, and fatalities and adverse affects continue to grow, but still the contented repartee in the street and in stores from neighbors and friends continues: “Did you get the shot yet? I’m on my second.”

We graduate from high school, but also from life. Not everyone is ready to meet their maker or passed the curriculum they set for themselves in this lifetime. I believe that we all have exit points — but for those who stay the course, there are archetypal steps pre-configured for our personal development.

One of the first stages of development involves a sense of despondency, depression and growing isolation; then feeling apart and confused by the non-sensical system and the way people seem to identify with it and find success within it. People become like characters from a soap opera; they talk in cliches and laugh at unfunny jokes. Then we move onto the search for answers and meaning below the superficial propaganda of the consensus reality. For me, as a twenty-something who was pushed into insomnia because of an existential angst over the vapid world, a sudden pause and rest came from taking up Transcendental Meditation. The bodily shutdown and sense of peace opened a chink in the embattled ego to allow in the phenomenon of synchronicity. For example, every time a jam jar lid dropped to the ground it would be conveniently upright. I started dropping them on purpose to try and get a negative result, but it was always positive. One day, while looking for a store that eluded me, I stopped and asked the universe to show me the way within two minutes. A few seconds later, two men passed me while deep in conversation. I only caught a few words — “Miller’s art store is next right, on Stockwell Street” — but they were the answer to my question. At that time I happened upon a TV producer looking for help with a documentary on complementary medicine, which involved interviewing crystal healers, homeopaths, naturopaths etc. This opened new vistas and contacts in the area of spirituality and the esoteric traditions. Of course, like any sphere in life, there was a sprinkling of pretenders and desperados along the way, not least among those people who identified as clairvoyant, and offered predictions about events and people I would encounter (they were almost always completely wrong).

These people provide breakthroughs in personal awareness, and act as teachers who offer both easy and hard lessons. As our belief systems develop we are better able to explain the world around us as a multidimensional creation of competing and interacting forces, rather than the linear Darwinism of our school curriculum. I began to study the cosmology and quantum sciences of Harold Aspden (Cubic Aether Theory), Aleskey Dmitriev (Vacuum Domains) and William Tift (Quantized Red Shift), which began to provide an elegant and unified basis for life not only here but throughout the universe. (As a journalist years later, I would be introduced to scientists and former astronauts on clandestine space programs who would confirm the basis of these advanced sciences).

At the next stage of our development, the basal facets of the mind/body complex become subsumed by the Christ consciousness — at which point a person may have mystical experiences and gain further glimpses into the great Truth of reality. The 3D Matrix starts to lose its hold on you, so that you don’t feel the drag of its aggressive and selfish dynamics, and eventually the flowing, synchronous 5D Matrix takes over. For some people, that evolution of consciousness has been put on hold as the Earth — perhaps evidenced by the Schumann Resonance scale — has gone through its own process. What we appear to be experiencing now is the junction in the collective mind that is forcing everyone to make a decision about what world to inhabit. The planet itself may be about to jettison the basal paradigm altogether, and those folks who wish to continue in those octaves will be physically leaving the planet to go somewhere else.

The Covid scamdemic and its accompanying RNA jab regime may well be a eugenicists wet dream, but the higher purpose may be that the laws of evolution are granting freewill exits based on who is, quite frankly, dumb enough to accept such pervasive and toxic cocktails into their bodies. People even get two chances — as the regime offers and recommends at least two injections.

Those people who stay the course may experience visceral effects, or phenomena, in their day to day life; animals can go into ecstatic frenzy around you; doors might open by themselves for you; you might see things in the sky (piercing the veil, as it were), and you will find yourself invariably at the right place at the right time, and saying the right things that benefit almost everyone you meet. The one thing that will break the spell is when, as it inevitably will do, a negative person attempts to unsettle you — be it in a road rage event or a goon who steals your wallet. If you react with anger and hate, the magic halo will recede. But that in itself is part of the training — to hold your developing stasis in place regardless of attacks or provocations.

The realization that the universe takes care of everything — and that the goons and con merchants will get their dues — is what sustains the more enlightened adept. So see it as another opportunity to acknowledge and release more baggage from your past or shadow self when aberrations pass your way. Just let it go.

When you start to glow, according to the lore on spiritual development, you get noticed by everyone, including the dark forces. Luckily, those beings are now on their uppers — but dangers still lurk. These archetypal processes have been hidden in plain sight from the masses — but, regardless, everything follows a tightly honed production line, whether it be cars, sausages, or people. Knowing the process beforehand makes it less scary when the conveyor belts start.

When these little cycles have repeated a few times you will have integrated a comprehensive and multifaceted consciousness that provides for a more permanent state of contentment and peace. You then know — rather than surmise — that you are part of a whole, and that the whole is intelligent and configured to assist you in all ways. All you have to do is stay tuned to its frequency, which is happiness.

Not everybody gets to, or is ready to, graduate in this lifetime — and so there will be an exodus of people at such transitional periods. Perhaps the jab uptake group is among those who planned to exit their meat suits at this time.

The Scottish poet Robert Burns said that “the best-laid plans of mice and men often go awry”. It wasn’t mice but rats who orchestrated these Covid plans, but it will be men and women who will benefit in the grander scheme. For that you will need your mind, emotions and body in tact. Stay the course.

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James Fitzgerald is a senior editor and cutting edge journalist who has worked on national newspapers for 16 years.


  • Linda Nash

    First point, good for you if you are able to work from home and have enough money to take flying lessons etc.
    Second point, you are falling, or have fallen, for the New Age lies and you need to repent and turn to God. Go watch some videos by people who’ve come out of the “christ consciousness” and “laws of the universe” stuff. You might start with Steven Bancarz or Melissa Dougherty.
    This stuff might make you happy in this life but it certainly won’t in the next.

    • Corey Lynn

      James can respond to your comment if he wishes. Here’s my observation: First point, Envy. Second point, Judgement. Have a blessed day, and may you find peace within.

  • Patricia Meyer

    Hello dear James, I just spent several hours today watching a stream of TV shows to try to shake the heaviness off me. I may try some Yoga next. Thank you for your excellently written piece here. I noticed that Cory’s Digs had a new offering and was hoping I could feel connected again by delving into it.

    It did help me, it always proves encouraging, but also left me with a deep loneliness – I am feeling like the almost only person in my world who will inevitably move into a new life here. I am an artist, and an essence maker and healer, and I am watching the people around me rush for these proffered jabs without examination or apprehension, investigation or hesitation of what harm they could do!

    50+ years ago, I too learned about Transcendental Meditation. My lagging artwork suddenly became prolific, and I created dozens more watercolors and sketches – could not stop. I was opened up! I have two adult off spring both are also artists and a granddaughter artist who shines brighter than all of us.

    In my former life, I have had a healing practice, and have worked with many children and adults over the years, as well as myself, using the miracles of nature called Flower Essences. I trained in South Africa with two wonderful homeopaths, who taught me so much! I have exhibited my artwork, worked with clients and taught workshops, even returning to South Africa to do that.

    I was part of a group of about 18 women artists, mostly older than myself, all of them pretty good painters – We gathered monthly to Critique each other’s artwork, and were guided and trained mostly, under a New York transplant who encouraged us all over the years, until he passed in his 90’s. They have all individually rushed off for the shots, although I tried to stop a number of them, they could not hear me. they were so relieved to ‘protect themselves.’ I now am the unwelcome leper of the group and I am sad – being forced to release a collection of friends I enjoyed for 25 years. Thanks for an opportunity to gripe here! God Bless you!

  • Sherry Biggs

    I certainly agree with Linda! How do I know? I was once involved with a New Age group years ago. After seeing a show on TV explaining all about this group, I suddenly realized they were talking about me and the very group I was involved with. A book published years ago called “The Beautiful Side of Evil” is a true story written by a woman who was involved with the New Age thought movement. The story is about her dreadful and scary experiences she had. Fortunately, she finally realized what she was involved in and who it was that had so much power over her. If you stay in this group, then what happened to this woman, you may well experience yourself! Remember, he’s more powerful than you!

  • Sherry Biggs

    Let me add to my email above: that after having watched the program about the New Age Movement, I left this group and accepted Christ as my Lord and Savior. I went to a nearby church and told the preacher my story. I was baptized that very day and confessed my sins to the Lord and accepted his gift of salvation! Join us. Don’t let Satan rule your life! You do have a choice now.

  • Sherry Biggs

    Wow! Was my first comment I made concerning my experience as a New Ager, deleted? I think now is the time to delete Corey’s Diggs from my email list. I am 78 yrs old, Corrie, and have had a lifetime of many experiences. Some good and some bad. It seems now days, the younger generation think the people of my age group are stupid. Not all of us are. We try to keep up even though we are not as tech savvy as your generation. We still have lots to offer and some of us my age know more than you think. We’ve seen, experienced and suffered much. Many of you still have many more years to experience life! I can tell you that life was so much calmer and better during the years when I grew up. Too bad the younger generations will never be able to experience the wonderful times that my generation did. We were taught manners, how to act and speak properly to adults and if our parents heard a curse word from our lips, we would be reprimanded. We were told to obey our teachers or else! We were to respect our elders and to reply yes mam and no mam. We were taught how to read, write in cursive, how to write stories and know our math facts. We had no computers to look up answers—only the library where we looked for information via the card index. We read many good books about all things of interest. We learned how to write a term paper and how to document our sources using footnotes! We studied our Constitution and what it meant and even memorized parts of it. All our papers were typed using an IBM typewriter. I learned how to type accurately at 80 words per minute. When I attended college, everything on our tests required writing a description about what we were asked which might include the diagraming of a picture of what we saw under a microscope in a science class. We had to write and describe the Krebs cycle. Look it up, if you don’t know what it is. We learned what most do not know today as photosynthesis of which CO2 is essential to all plant life! The myth of too much CO2 in our world, today, is the biggest lie of the century! Today, most college tests are what I call- “multiple guess” questions or True or False questions. I went on to become a medical technologist and worked in a hospital and later as an assistant supervisor of a blood bank. After years of working in that career, I went back and got my teaching degree and taught kids with disabilities/learning problems. I cannot tell you how much the world has changed since I worked. Before and after WWII, there was a shortage in housing. Most people had to rent rooms from a home owner. Our food was rationed. Everyone had ration stamps where we were only allowed to buy sugar, flour and other goods at certain times. Life was hard for everyone but everyone pulled together and did their part for the war effort. I can honestly say, the World was a much kinder and better place in which to live when back then than today! I feel bad that most individuals much younger than me were not able to live during my time! It was indeed a happier time to have been alive! Life started to change for the worse during the 60s and has gone further down the hill since then. The world of today has become an evil and complicated place since then. I fear for my son, daughter-in-law and most of all for my grandson who is now in med school. Whatever happens to me, I know I will see them in heaven sometime very soon. So, make the most of your life while you can and by all means know you’re Savior! I don’t doubt, He will be coming sooner than any of us think!

  • Gary Rogers

    Linda Nash – Great replies, and I agree with you. Too often, truth gets confused for criticism or judgement, which is why, I believe, so many get offended these days. The truth can hurt.

  • James Fitzgerald

    Hello Patricia, Thank you for that. You might be feeling lonely but your tribe — people who think and resonate with you – are emerging all over the world. Sometimes we grow out of our peer group, and have another path to tread. Joseph Campbell’s Hero’s Journey would perhaps give you a strategic overview of the archetypal challenges we encounter in this cyclical path of evolution. The cycle usually spirals upwards, so that one day you wake up and find yourself in a more rarefied atmosphere. Many people do a round of the Zodiac in life, then “die” to review and consider their experiences. I think the opportunity here and now is for people to stay alive, having completed a cycle of the Zodiac, with the benefit of all that wisdom and experience to begin again, as it were, in a more benevolent world. Would that not be a good way to change a planet quickly — give millions of evolved volunteers a crash course in Earth life, so that they can align their practical knowledge with their Soul’s wisdom to create or align with a more Christed Earth?

  • Arvel

    Something special happens to me when I read a good essay. My mind seems to open up to new possibilities. Thank you.

  • Ken MacLean

    A brilliant and profound piece of writing. As I watch my wife and all my friends take these jabs without in any way investigating what is in them, I just shake my head. But James is right — you begin to feel a centeredness, a peace, when you stay true to yourself. For me it’s not so much staying the course, but trusting yourself and your inherent connection to God.

  • Sylvia Hertel

    A truly excellent article on the realities we are now living with and a perspective well taken.
    Over the last few years of these ever changing times, moving faster with every day, I’ve become aware of so much I would’ve never dreamed of before – nearly all of it being truth. I like Fitzgerald’s take on those who accept “the jab” and those who choose not to. There are also those who get the first one and don’t choose to get the second one, and I think they are among the wiser ones also.
    What I really appreciate about this article, and a couple of others I’ve recently run into, is the confirmation that 2 Peter 3 is definitely in play this time around the cycle, which means those who will be “raptured” off this Earth will see “the age of perfection”, which the American Indians call this new age, sooner rather than later, and that Fomenko(sp?. though incorrect about many of his other theories) and the German scientist before him, were correct about 1,000 yrs, being added to our timeline since the birth of Jesus Christ.

    Thank you, Corey, for sharing this article,

  • Rebecca Denhoff

    Mr. Fitzgerald is usually a very clear writer, but this article has a bit of jet lag. Different things make people genuinely happy. Some people are never happy, no matter their circumstances, might be a faulty gene. Some people are happy in the most adverse circumstances, might also be genetic. I am somewhat gun shy of the New Age thing. You have to have discernment because it has been hijacked by evil people for evil reasons.
    I, like another commenter near my own age can say that life used to be much better and we are in a better position than younger people to know that, having actually been alive to see the change. Rather then only knowing the current situation. I remember my own elders saying the same thing. We all worked hard, did not have computers and cell phones, there was television and movies. Less distractions and busy stuff. We developed self sufficiency, relationships, patience and accepted adversity because we knew it was part of life. As children, I did not worry about being kidnapped. My parents did not worry about drugs and evil besetting us. We had chores and responsibility. We read or had projects in the winter and we explored in the summer.
    It was not all wine and roses, it was just a less worrisome and neurotic experience. Much less pressure.
    Today, I am happiest in an isolated area with my animals, nature, providing my own food, reading good books, learning new things, using the internet to research. There are still many good things in life, but they are harder to find, I think. Most of them are within yourself, but due to so many distractions, even these are harder for a person to find.

  • James Fitzgerald

    Perhaps I should clarify a few points. I was using a meditative style to ruminate on my direct experiences, to offer some tangible evidence of both a transition in consciousness on this planet and of the systematic nature of that process. Direct experience transcends religious or New Age dogma, so please don’t confuse my vernacular for some treatise or endorsement of either of the aforementioned faculties. Sometimes it takes the language of dreams to describe that which does not conform to the rationalist, Newtonian notion of reality we get indoctrinated with at school.

    This is neither a news report nor an instruction manual, so does not conform to the conventions more typical on this site. The engagement with other paradigms and realities necessarily involves a divergence in syntax and linguistic connections in discussion. It’s an epistle that is designed to be felt rather than analyzed. I greatly appreciate the comments, and the time you have all taken to consume this article, whether it has uplifted you or triggered you.

  • Archie Grey

    What a bunch of nonsense. Read the bible and maybe the living and true God will give you understanding.

  • Jack Stewart

    James, I could pen a lengthy response, but will limit it to a ‘thank you’ for the time, effort, and courage required to open up and share your soul-felt experiences. People will take from this what they will. Just know there are those who appreciate your reflections and some will find a validation.

  • Jennifer Anderson

    Bless you, James Fitzgerald, for taking a risky, metaphorical path to explain your perceptions during this time of living in a matrix of lies – & how you find grace in it. I understand those who adhere to the Christian path such that they rebuff you & I have empathy for them. I am an Orthodox Christian, & I have become cautious of spirituality outside of the Christian tradition – mostly because I have been there myself, believing in a sort of mishmash of spiral dynamics & evolution of consciousness that looks to me now more like a false new religion. But you are speaking the truth of individual human perception that comes to many, poets, artists, visionaries. Some may not be in the Christian tradition, but are more attuned to truth, in some ways, than the Archbishop of my Church, who mandates masks in Church & is pro-vax. So, here is a mystery: there are those who see the truth, & those who don’t. They may be followers of Christ or not. I follow Christ and the truth. And I commend truth wherever I see it.

  • Cecille Chan

    It is very difficult to smile these days when we are barreling toward a totalitarian society, but thank you, James, your writing made me chuckle just like Jon Rappoport’s does.

  • Verity

    I am so disappointed to see another variation of the deceptions being heaped upon us perpetuated in this article. This is of the subtler more dangerous variety.
    We should all be deeply concerned as we watch those we love and our fellow human beings taking the shot however, many of them are doing so because they understandably cannot comprehend otherwise. As many of us who are on this site know, it is an overwhelming burden to recognize that all of our institutions have betrayed us.
    James, please reconsider what you are saying, the universe is eliminating the less worthy of us, arguably many of whom are those who trust. It appears you are implying that your fellow human beings may die in the not to distant future because they cannot conceive anyone would deliberately orchestrate such a thing? You see something good in this? Something that benefits us in the long run?

    You are right that many people following “Corey Digs” inevitably struggle with carrying on as the nightmare unfolds before us. It is terrible to be aware of these times, and I struggle daily with the knowledge that only is affirmed. Perhaps it is a time to struggle against it. Do you not believe there are forces both dark and light that surround us? We are witnesses daily how those who work against mask their evil as equity, justice and truth. Much more effective as very few intentionally choose evil initially. It always begins as a deception.

    I fear in your search for meaning and peace ( which is deeply seductive) you have turned toward another path that leads to the same place as those you have wisely sidestepped.
    Consider that in this case, you are equally as unaware as those you vilify.
    Look up Theosophy and its infiltration throughout the US, in all standard religions and in policies. The infiltration of this Freemasonic based ideology was perpetuated in the Fabian Society and to the US by Annie Besant and into the UN. Look up Constance Cumbey’s little known work from years ago.
    Where you are heading is just another iteration of the darkness surrounding us.
    Please be careful.

  • Verity

    Could you please post the second version of the comment from Verity on May 3 2021 as I accidentally wrong my email address incorrectly on the first and after pasting the body of my message into a word document realized I had made numerous errors. I hope this can be done. This message is not to be posted please.

  • Gary Denese

    James (or Corey), in “When you start to glow, according to the lore on spiritual development, you get noticed by everyone, including the dark forces. Luckily, those beings are now on their uppers. . .”, what do you mean by “uppers”? I don’t understand that, and it’s bugging the hell out of me.

    BTW I’m one of those people for whom a door opened by itself. It was a building on the University of Pittsburgh campus on Halloween night a few years ago.

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