The Contagion Myth: The Book So Dangerous Amazon Had to Ban It

Monopoly bookseller pulls #1 best-selling book claiming viruses are not contagious. Why not let the public decide for themselves?

Sally Fallon Morrell and Dr. Thomas Cowan of the Weston A. Price Foundation published a #1 best-selling book last week called The Contagion Myth: Why Viruses (Including “Coronavirus”) Are Not the Cause of Disease.

Despite thousands of pre-orders for the much-anticipated bombshell, Amazon pulled the item from its virtual shelves a few days before it was released.

The monopolistic seller of books (and all other things) sent customers a message saying “the publishers had chosen to stop publication.”

“That is a lie,” writes medical doctor and Weston A. Price Foundation co-founder Thomas Cowan.  “Amazon chose to cancel carrying the book because it objects to the content, according to an email an Amazon representative sent to our publisher.”

An article summarizing the book’s premise titled “Is Coronavirus Contagious?” makes clear what the mega-corporation finds so objectionable – the paradigm shifting idea that bacteria and viruses are not only NOT responsible for disease, they are aides in disease prevention – paramedics of sorts, responsible for carrying toxins out of the body.

The book details the findings of studies carried out during the Spanish Flu pandemic of 1918, which set out to prove a certain bacteria prevalent in flu patients was responsible for causing the flu.

Doctors in San Fransisco and Boston collected mucous secretions from the noses, throats and respiratory tracts of sick patients and transferred them to the noses, mouths and lungs of more than 100 healthy volunteers. Not one of them fell ill.

Additionally, the book points out that the theory of contagion has never once been proven.

When Heinrich Hermann Robert Koch set out to prove tuberculosis was caused by a certain species of bacteria, he came up with a set of criteria for determining whether microorganisms were responsible for causing diseases known as Koch’s Postulates.

Neither Koch nor any researcher since has found proof of contagion using his own postulates!

The book does offer an alternative explanation for the symptoms we refer to in 2020 as “coronavirus” – an explanation that’s been censored by Google, YouTube, Facebook and now Amazon: electromagnetic radiation.

It points to an earlier book called The Invisible Rainbow: A History of Electricity and Life by Arthur Firstenberg, which details how every global pandemic in the last 300 years has been immediately preceded by a major new electrification of the earth:

1728, Sunspot Activity: Sunspot activity and northern lights returned in 1727, after being completely absent for nearly a century, according to astronomers. An estimated 2 million died of a novel “flu” during the ten year period sunspot activity peaked, from 1728-1738.

1875, Telegraph: Starting in 1875 doctors around the world documented a new disease called neurasthenia, which struck patients with chronic fatigue, weakness, exhaustion, headaches, dizziness, tin­nitus, floaters in the eyes, a racing pulse, heart pains and palpitations, depression and anxiety.

Dr. George Miller Beard noted that the disease spread along the routes of telegraph lines, which formed a complete web around the world by 1875.

1889, Modern Electricity: The year 1889 marked the beginning of the modern electrical era and the beginning of a deadly global flu pandemic.

1918, Radio: The Spanish Flu of 1918 took hold just after warring governments around the world blanketed the earth in strong radio waves for the first time in history.

Those living on military bases, where the antennas were routinely installed, were the most vulnerable. A common symptom was bleeding—from the nostrils, the gums, ears, skin, stomach, intestines, uterus, kidneys and brain. Many died of hemorrhage in the lungs, the victims literally drowning in their own blood.

1957, Radar: The installation of worldwide radar technology was complete in the year 1957, the same year as the “Asian Flu” pandemic.

1968, Satellite: In 1968, the U.S. launched twenty-eight satellites into the Van Allen belts to spy on China, ushering in the “Hong Kong Flu.”

1996, 1G Cell Phones: The onset of cell phone services in 1996 resulted “Avian Flu” and greater mortality levels in major cities like Los Angeles, New York, San Diego and Boston.

2002, 2G and 3G: Both 2G and 3G wireless services were being tested in various parts of the world starting in 2002, the same year SARS (severe acute respiratory syndrome) started appearing around the world.

2009, 4G: Swine flu made its debut the same year.

2019, 5G: In October of 2020, 5th generation wireless technology was “turned on” for the first time in Wuhan, China, simultaneously with the first reports of CoVid 19.

On November 1, the state electrified a grid of 10,000 5G antennas — more than exist in the whole U.S. – all concentrated in one city.

The Contagion Myth goes on to document how subsequent outbreaks of “coronavirus” around the world coincide with the activation of 5G networks in various cities.

“In each case … the electrical envelope of the earth. . . was suddenly and profoundly disturbed,” Firstenberg observes.

“And along with it, the electrical circuits in the human body,” Cowan and Morrell note.

Finally, the authors go on to explain how what scientists have been calling “viruses” for the last century or so, are identical to what modern science calls “exosomes.”

Exosomes are not infectious agents at all, but pieces of RNA embedded in our cells that contain genetic codes/programs intended to help our body purge toxins.

Rather than invading cell walls, exosomes are produced within our cells to absorb and carry toxins out of the body.

They replicate like crazy when our bodies are burdened by heavy loads of toxins, thus their presence when we are sick.

Where do these toxins come from? Stress (including fear), toxic food, environmental toxins and radiation.

“It’s clear that we are making the same mistake with viruses that we have made with cholesterol and saturated fat—blaming a sub­stance that is essential to life for causing disease,” Morrell and Cowan write.

“Just twenty years ago, the medical profession ‘knew’ that bacteria were killers—now we recognize that bacteria are essential to health. How long will it take us to learn that so-called viruses are our friends?”

The Contagion Myth was the #1 Best Seller at Barnes and Noble last week. Order it here to keep it at the top of the charts.

Here are some of Dr. Cowan’s awesome books that haven’t been banned by Amazon yet: