In Hospitable

How many people do you know that are “in hospital”? It is as common as going shopping these days. SHOP HOSP, not much difference, except we go shopping for new body parts. I don’t even react any more when someone says they are going to hospital, it has become a normal weekly activity for consumers, like the weekly shop. Maybe there will soon be hospital departments in supermarkets, and shops in the hospitals, so you can conveniently combine the whole lot in one all consuming trip.

War hospitals…
I always associate hospitals with war. The hospital emergency departments used to be called “Casualty”, treating casualties of war. Now they are called “Accident and Emergency”, as if all the casualties are caused by unfortunate accident. A war hospital was a welcome hospitable refuge from the ravages of war, and preferable to staying on the front line. The injured soldiers provided a willing army of damaged bodies to be experimented on.

War Surgery…
Back in the days of world wars, surgery meant amputating a limb. Nowadays tree surgeons are thus named because they amputate the limbs of trees, as part of the war on trees. The title of “surgeon” has advanced war-like to other things, but it always involves invasive acts upon the body, ones that would be considered criminal if you hadn’t agreed to it, and if it wasn’t sanctioned by doctoring certificates issued by the government. A bit like how it is ok to murder during a war, because it is sanctioned and sanctified, justified.

Crime War…
Crime is not a crime if we are playing by the rules of war, crime suddenly becomes noble and heroic. Just like surgeons. The most famous nurse is Florence Nightingale, who set up a war hospital in the Crimean War, in the 1850’s. They were fighting over control of the Middle East, has anything changed ? All war is a crime in my view, deliberately murdering and invading others. Maybe the same is true for hospital intervention. The war on human bodies seems to continue off the battlefield, within the hospitals.

Friendly Fire…
…is when armies shoot at the wrong team, maiming and killing people in their own team, not the enemy team. Hospitals are hospitable friendly places, run by your own team, phew that’s a relief to be off the front line and away from the enemy. No more stabbing, drugging, or being killed once you are in a friendly hospital run by your own team. You’re safe now ! In good hands, God hands, hands of medical science. Hospitals kill people, but it is friendly fire, an accident. Luckily hospitals are set up to deal with accidents and deaths.

Peace Hospitals…
If hospitals are for wartime, then why do we have so many casualties in our current “peacetime” ? Hospitals are overflowing, people are dumped on stretchers in corridors, staff are stretched to maximum capacity, some people die before they arrive. Ambulance sirens are a constant feature of daily life, like the noisy planes overhead. What is the modern day “frontline” that is creating so many casualties of war ?

World war three…
Here are some examples… road accidents kill about 2000 people a year in Britain, many more are injured and rushed to hospital for treatment. Alcohol causes hospital admissions. Sometimes alcohol and roads combined. Work related illness, injuries and stress. Domestic violence (domestic war), often combined with alcohol. Modern day diseases like cancer. Sports injuries. Chemtrails attacking from the air, drugs in the poisoned food. And of course war itself, the one with guns and soldiers. We are constantly under attack on our health and well being. It’s modern living, advanced living, you “advance” in war. “Advance !” is the battle cry. It’s progress, good progress, God’s progress.

Enlisting…
Are you on a waiting list ? If you go to your doctor these days, chances are you will be told of some possible scary disease you may have, cancer maybe, or something with a fancy name. You need tests ! Medical tests. Tests taken by experts for experts. Prodding and probing your body. MRI scans, blood tests, blood pressure, biopsy, exploratory operations, cholestrol levels, data collecting, the list goes on. Sign here. See how we all agree to it, just as soldiers sign up for war. And all the testing and weighty waiting makes you ill.

Be patient…
Then there is the agonizing wait where you think you might have terminal cancer, but you have to wait in the queue, patiently, wait for the appointment for the test, wait for the test, wait for the test result, and then repeat all over again with some additional tests. Maybe you will get a false positive to create false alarm, like the false positive friendliness of the hospitals. Be positive, we are lucky to have all this care, people in other countries and past times didn’t get this treatment !

Consumer Choice…
There seem to be an endless list of possible hospital activities, and a huge array of hospitals to choose from, to give us consumer choice. You can SHOP around for the best HOSPital, the best surgeon, the best operation, the best price. There are supermarket style hospitals, and local type hospitals, just like going shopping. Some hospitals do better sandwiches, and have nicer reception areas, with friendly staff that Smile at you, they have car parks with spaces available and cheap parking. Some hospitals have a cafe. Some have en-suite facilities. Hospitals should be hospitable refuges, shouldn’t they ? Noone tells you there is a choice not to consume, not to sign here.

Medical Science…
Wars create a good supply of mutilated bodies to experiment with. Medical science cannot progress without people willing to donate their bodies for the cause. You do not need to be dead to donate your organs. You just need to SIGN HERE. And if you want a POSH HOSPital, then you have to pay for it too.

Research…
Over the years, hospitals have become increasingly centres of medical research. Sometimes hospitals are part of Universities, like the Queen Elizabeth in Birmingham. They need live humans to research on, just like animal testing, and Queen Elizabeth herself will be part of the research too. Whatever we do unto animals we do unto ourselves, but we fail to notice because we have been numbed and normalised, anaesthetised by what we do to animals.

Fix It…
Hospitals claim to fix you or cure you in return for experimenting on your body. But first they have to get you to SIGN UP, ENLIST. First you have to be convinced that you need fixing, that you have a problem. So problems have to be created.

Escape…
Sometimes people find the only way out of their life is to be sick. It is like in the war, when most soldiers wanted to be declared unfit, and be sent back home to a welcoming hospital, where you are looked after, fed, clothed, bedded. Welcome Home ! When the frontline is that bad, hospitals are very hospitable looking places. If you are unlucky, you will be fixed up and sent back to the front line again. So you have to be really bad to completely escape.

Go to hospital…
Royals like The Queen or Kate go to hospital for tummy aches. Royals patronise hospitals, open hospitals, visit hospitals, have hospitals named after them. We are programmed into seeing hospitals as wonderful inventions that are essential for a healthy society. So why is everyone so sick ? Why is the hospital industry expanding and growing like a cancer ? Any little thing, go to hospital. Hospitals are the place to go to get your body fixed.

Operating Theatre…
Surgeons perform in theatres. The lights are trained on the stage, the hospital bed where the drugged body lies. The surgeon cuts with his knife, he sticks things in, pulls things out, alters things, have we been stitched up ? It sounds like some sort of Shakespearian evil, or an operatic tragedy. An operation requires your co-operation though, otherwise we would say it is a crime… It is the same sort of activity that a date rapist performs, drugs the victim at knifepoint, then invades. And sometimes the rapist leaves his victim for dead too…

Death by Hospital…
I only found out recently that a hospital operation killed my grandfather over 40 years ago. He had a heart attack on the operating table, and never came round again. He went into hospital with not much wrong with him, just routine getting older sort of stuff. He was drugged, and then sharp tools cut into him while he was out of it, triggering a fatal heart attack. How often does this happen, and what goes on the death certificate ? Did he die of a heart attack as I had always been told, or was he murdered by hospital ? Doctors write out the death certificate, and it seems that murder by hospital is as acceptable as murder during war, it’s part of the rules of engagement.

Hotels…
Hotels are hospitable places, a bit like hospitals. Sometimes they provide medical care too, if they have many elderly residents. Posh hospitals are like hotels, with your own room and TV, and en-suite bathroom. Complete with a call button for room service. A residents day lounge maybe. They even look quite similar from the outside with their rows and columns of rooms and beds. Hospitals and hotels are measured by the number of beds available and quality of service. Can you see how hotels prime us for hospital living ? Some people like going to hospital because it feels like going to a hotel where you get “looked after”, a little holiday.

Care Homes…
A care home is halfway between a hospital and a hotel. It is the best place for slow deaths. It is where old people go to die if they are not sick enough to die quickly in hospital, nor killed by the hospital, nor dead by the time they arrive at hospital. “I’ll take care of him” is a euphemism that a hitman says when referring to his target to be killed. You pay for care homes like you pay for hotels. The National Health Service (NHS) in Britain is now operating care homes, where they can scoop up all the slow dying elderly for a profit. Elderly people may have their own home or a stash of savings that is up for grabs before it is passed on to their family via inheritance. It makes good business sense to slowly drain them of money and life.

Pavlov’s elderly…
An example from a hospital near me… The hospital is full of old people, waiting for the doctor to say they are well enough to go home. (Fat chance, with LED lights, TVs blaring, and constant drip feed of drugs). Or waiting to be told they are not fit enough to go home, they have to go into a care home to wait for death. The elderly people sit in chairs, and when they get up from the chair an alarm goes off to alert staff. You can see that eventually they won’t bother getting up. And when they stop getting up, they start to become…

incontinent…
It is much easier for the staff to put them in nappies than to help them to the toilet. Inter-continental hotels, incontinent hospitals. All so hospitable. And once they become incontinent, they are even less fit to go home.

Waiting Room…
It is said that “life is a waiting room for death”. That seems to fit with the idea of hospitals as controlling all deaths. Waiting rooms are like hotel lobbies, with reception staff, magazines, potted plants. A hospital is somewhere that you may go into and never come out again, you can die there or stay there, or be moved sideways into a care home sort of waiting room. And I think that this is the general plan.

Corpse Hospitality…
We are all on our way to the morgue. Every hospital has a morgue, usually in the basement or cellar, where dead human bodies are kept chilled in plastic packets with number labels to identify them, a bit like the chilled meat section of the supermarket. It would be a major criminal offence if it wasn’t government sanctioned. Soon the hotels and care homes will have morgues too. It makes good business sense that the morgue is located where people actually die. Why not encourage people to die at the morgue ? You might as well turn up IN ADVANCE, before you are dead, then you are in the right place. Then it is much more convenient for everyone, and the whole process can be controlled and approved by the government sanctioned medics to make sure there is no crime involved.

Corporate Hospitality…
This is when big corporations spend a fortune entertaining clients at flashy events in order to win business. Usually sporting events, like horse racing or rugby. And there will be plenty of alcohol provided. Sports cause lots of interesting medical injuries for research, and so does alcohol. The corporates drip feed the clients on alcoholic drugs, whilst persuading them to SIGN HERE. Consent, say YES. It sounds like hospitals. It sounds like date rape.

Hospitality Suite…
Hotels often have a hospitality suite, that’s sweet. It is where corporations can host fancy events or functions, usually with alcohol. Or families can book the suite for events like weddings or funerals. Hotels are hospitable places.

Roman Medici…
The Medici family are an Italian dynasty, that look like they created the word Medicine. They pretty much owned Florence, the same name as Florence Nightingale. They were a banking family, the richest in Europe. Medicine and hospitals and doctors and surgery are looking distinctly ROMAN to me. Roman life is known for Universities (creating doctors who pay to be trained), War (creating patients who pay to be fixed), and money (profiting from the whole thing). All sourced from ITALY.

Academic…
Or is it acamedic ? Medics are the most academic of academia, studying at University for 6 years instead of the usual three, heavily programmed. Medici, Academical, Medical, Decimal, all contain MDC Roman numerals. MDC adds up to 1600 in Roman, which is a nice Roman SQUARE number. The Medici family were Roman Catholics, no surprise there, and their domination covered the year 1600. Decimal means counting in tens, Roman style. Decimate means to kill us all off, though the original meaning is Roman and was to kill one in every ten of the enemy. What is the death rate in hospitals ? Schools in England are being renamed aCaDeMies, and they train people to want to be doctors, and they make us sick.

Medi Kate…
Medicate. Kate always goes to hospitals, once for morning sickness !!! And of course to collect her babies. Copy her. Medici sounds like middle C, the centre of the piano keyboard, or the mediterranean Sea. Or Middle Tone. Kate Middleton, Middle Kate, Medi Kate, Catherine Middleton, Catherine Medici… Is Kate the modern day Catherine de Medici ? Does she promote medical science ?

Building Robots…
The ultimate aim of medical science seems to be to rebuild human beings as a new advanced species, more suitable for New Roman Times (NeuroMan Times). They need to dissect and analyse our bodies so they can reconstruct us like reconstructive surgery. Each surgeon will have a specialist area of the species. And together a whole new human can be made. Advance ! Maybe humans can be made-to-order over the internet, and you can go and collect one from your local supermarket hospital shop. (Like Kate does, copy the Royals)

Vaginal Hysterectomy…
This particular medical co-operation is specially relevant because it is removing live wombs, our traditional source of life from whence we all came. I hear that women aged 80 are now deemed suitable candidates, perhaps they are more willling to donate their bodies as they near death’s doors? Where are the stolen wombs going ? To remove a womb, you make a cut through the abdomen to loosen the attachments, then you use a pliers type instrument to grip the cervix and yank it out through the vagina, after first drugging the victim and getting consent. Obviously this would be a seriously criminal sex offence if it was not sanctioned by government and agreed to by the victim. And could any surgeon actually perform this ritual if his patient was not drugged into a corpse-like state ? A surgeon’s training must be similar to a soldier’s training, convincing him he is performing for the greater good, greater God, and thus overriding any natural revulsion or squeamishness.

Memory problems…
After anesthetic, a patient has no memory of the operation. That’s the whole point of anaesthetic, to stop you feeling, stop you knowing. The entire medical co-operation is based in us all being numbed and dumbed. And probably numbered too. Patients awake to confusion and pain, and cuts and bruises on their body which give them some sort of clue what has been done to them. It sounds similar to being drugged and raped. And after a serious rape, many women are so permanently damaged they cannot have babies, just like a hysterectomy.

Birth by Hospital…
Most Western births are in hospital. You can see how few stages there are left to alter before we have live wombs provided for us by hospitals for our convenience. They can just keep the womb alive and ticking with various pipe feeds in some sort of Frankenstein laboratory cage. The womb does not need to be part of a woman, does it ? Let’s separate the two. Advance ! progress ! A new labour saving device, coming soon.

Coffin Birth…
This is another great advance from medical science. Live babies can be birthed through dead women, if the mother dies before giving birth, say in a car accident. They just somehow manage to keep the womb alive long enough to get the baby out through the vagina. Brilliant.

Birthing Unit…
… is a new name for the Maternity Ward ! Can you see how the mothering has been removed ? No more mention of “mater” for mother, or maternity. The emphasis has switched to “birthing”, whatever method is used to bring a new baby into the world, no mother required.

Host and Guest…and holy ghost…
A pregnancy is like a host and a guest. The woman hosts the developing gestating, guest-ating embryo. The woman’s womb is hospitable. It’s just like a hospital, isn’t it ? Food on tap, en-suite facilities, 24/7 care. The Holy Ghost is the spirit that inhabits us, makes us human, joins us as kindred spirits. You give up the ghost when you die, and you gain the ghost when you arrive. Is the hospital a central way of controlling the recycling of the Holy Ghost ?

Born there, die there…
Hospitals are being set up for all arrivals and departures, like airports. The Holy Ghost flies in and out of bodies as planes fly in and out of countries, and the baby is ported out into the world through the porthole of the vagina. Eventually it will be convenient to live near a hospital too, already is… Elderly people feel more secure living near a hospital, it is a selling point for housing. And living near an airport is handy for young people who fly a lot. Maybe airports are training our minds for hospital arrivals and departures.

Scanned In…
(Please see Scan Gate). Babies in the womb are scanned in. Elderly people are repeatedly subjected to MRI scans. Scanned out. Good for feeling secure, isn’t it ? Keeping terror and terrorists away. It’s worth it. Scanning everyone is collecting data, and policing the gates. Body scanning is like policing the gates for birth and death. It is like air traffic control for humans. I bet hospitals have arrivals boards (in the birthing unit) and departures boards.

De-earth via the womb…
In times gone by, women would be in charge of the death rituals, not men in black suits, nor men in white coats, nor funeral parlours, morgues of hospitals, Roman Medicine. The job of processing death was women’s work. Someone sat constantly with the body, as you would with a baby, until the time for departure. It was deemed a nurturing process like pregnancy and mothering. It seems to me that the natural way out of life is somehow the way you came in, through the wombhole (in spirit form). The Medicine industry gives us a little clue as they collect births and deaths together in the same place. The natural way is for births and deaths through the wombhole, and that is why the presence of women is required, else the soul or spirit or Holy Ghost is somehow trapped.

Links:
http://www.uhb.nhs.uk/about-us.htm

(See also earlier posts: Human Procurement Centres, Sick Pay, Food and drigs, Creme and Cement, Body Experiments, Body Chopping, How Do You Know You Have Cancer, Hearts Are Trumps, Unfair Trade, Puppies for Sale, Microchipped Dogs, Cow Machine, Scan Gate, Universe Cities, Sheela Negative, Through the Wombhole, Wombless Women, Smile!, Be Positive, New Roman Times, Romans Remain, Corporate Cooperative Monoply, CERVIX, Cervical Sex, Scan Gate, Pavlov’s Women, Is It Worth It?, Driving).

Book: Never Let Me Go by Kazuo Ishiguro

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7 Responses to In Hospitable

  1. Mick says:

    Don’t forget collateral damage for civilian casualties.

    In the Napoleonic wars, British Red Cross began then: http://www.redcross.org.uk/About-us/Who-we-are/Museum-and-archives/Historical-factsheets/The-Battle-of-Solferino

    the French hussars used a pointed stabbing sabre, and the British cavalry used an edged slashing sabre. The French would charge aiming to stab the enemy through the heart, often killing the cavalryman. Conversely the edged sabre was designed to maim and not kill, thus leaving many wounded on the battlefield.

    Also, loosely connected:

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ghost_in_the_Shell_(2017_film)

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Splice_(film)

    Everything is linked in some manner.

    Great article again, Suli x

    • suliwebster says:

      Thanks Mick, will take a look at the links.
      My post “Human Procurement Centres” is about the Red Cross.

    • suliwebster says:

      That Red Cross website advertises Blood Transfusion and has a DONATE button.

      Since writing this post, the Westminster massacre has created another hospital emergency procedure due to the new weapon of a four wheel drive vehicle. Also an excuse for introducing new security laws.

    • suliwebster says:

      Red Cross never want to end the wars, bad for business. Their website is glorifying and celebrating the anniversary days of massacre.
      I see that the Red Cross began on 24th June, which is St John’s Day (see my post St John’s Water). St John’s Hospital in Bath is not a hospital, but a base for the Knights Templar to preside over the Hot Springs, they have the lamb and flag symbol which is the red cross. (post: Knights Templar of Bath). On 24th June in Bath, The Freemasons process to the Abbey in their fancy dress, from The original site of The Order of The Bath.

      This seems to uncover a major link between The Red Cross organisation and Bath, which I hadn’t noticed before, thanks. Bath is known for its healing, always has been. Bath is also known for its HOSPITALITY. It is very touristy, full of guest houses, hotels, and above all else Places to Eat and drink (second only to Westminster). It is very expensive too. The most truly healing thing about Bath is the volcanic Earth energy and the Hot Springs, and if we all had access to this sort of Earth Energy, we would not need modern hospitals.

      The main Bath Hospital is a Royal one, Royal United, like United Kingdom and United States and United Nations. Royalty unites us via hospitals, hospital UNITs. My first baby was born there in the (aaaagh) Princess Anne Wing.

      • Mick says:

        Makes you think of the Hospitallers, doesn’t it – Templars by any other name. One blue, the other red. Two sides of the same Empire.

        Again, we go back to the Nephilim, and the Sons of Cain.

        As for blue and red – links with Steiner’s Anthroposophic (his Christian version of Blavatsky’s Theosophy) theory of Lucifer (blue) and Ahriman (red), or shamanically, Sky (Heaven) and Earth (Underworld).

      • suliwebster says:

        Yes, the Hospitallers are big in Bath, right next to the Hot Springs, I have personally crossed paths with them. See Knights Templar of Bath.

    • suliwebster says:

      They seem to be training kids in schools to be blood donors, “heros”. It is a new kind of soldier, isn’t it?
      Soon you will be donating a perfectly good leg to the cause. People already donate healthy organs while they are alive.
      You get orange juice and biscuits and shopping discount vouchers as a reward. And of course it makes you feel virtuous, best reward points of all. To be seen to be good. And then by the rule of contrast, all the non-donors must logically be “bad”.
      DONATE.
      And then we get back round to prostitution and whoring. Donate your body for sex therapy (see Sex Therapy Trade). What does this model donor make you think of, she is very keen to please : http://www.redcrossblood.org/donating-blood

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