Joao Teixeira de Faria, known by an alias “John of God”, languishes — to the best of my knowledge, as of midnight on the snowy eve of President’s Day here in mid-central New England — in a Brazilian jail somewhere in central-West Brazil.
He had been indicted, according to a story published four days before Christmas; in an echo of the #MeToo movement, accusations from hundreds of plaintiffs about sexual abuse, rape/fraud and the like had focused authorities’ attention on the Dom Inácio de Loyola house in Abidiânia, a town of 15,000 people 100km from the capital, Brasília. The “psychic surgeon” had been interviewed by Oprah Winfrey in 2012. The story and its follow-up have been covered by the Washingtion Post, ABC and others.
In early February, Sabrina Bittencourt’s name jumped into the news coverage when the New York Post reported her sensational claim that “the celebrity medium ran a baby trafficking operation, in which children were “farmed” in Brazil before being sold to childless couples around the world.
“Bittencourt’s previous investigations led to the spiritual leader’s arrest in December. She claimed young girls were held captive in remote farms, where they were forced to produce babies. She added that the women were murdered after 10 years of giving birth.
In a video, Bittencourt, whose organization, Coame, helps women report sexual assault by religious leaders, said she has spoken to women from at least three continents who claimed they bought Brazilian babies from John of God for as much as $50,000, the Mirror reported.”
Then, Hollywood whistleblower and independent author Tiffany Fitzhenry, followed on with reports that “No mention of the children he kept as sex slaves, the babies he trafficked around the world to the highest bidder, or his own daughter who has now come forward and she that he raped her from the age of 9.” She added: “Sex abuse support group Victimas Unidas, which worked with Sabrina Bittencourt, said she had left a note explaining why she killed herself. Eldest son Gabriel Baum confirmed her death, writing on Facebook: “She took the last step so that we could live. They killed my mother.”
There was further coverage by a New Zealand blogger, a British tabloid that introduced the movie theme of captive slave women , and a Canadian blogger whose links noted Marina Aromovic’s documentary; she’s the infamous artist who came to notoriety in the “oft-debunked” PizzaGate tales. newcitybrazil.com has a review of her shamanic road movie. The link to an article in the UK’s DailyMail also discussed the death of Sabrina Bittencourt, who published a video.
Since then, news coverage has tailed off; one observer noted that the story had been discredited.
But since then it has been noted that John of God is championed by all over the world by “ex-Hustler star and the founder of Barely Legal Magazine about whom you can read more here at Wikipedia. She “founded Falcon Foto, a prominent provider of adult-entertainment material to the publishing and Internet industries with a library of over 2 million images”. She was a British pinup who became the porn queen of America, partied with Hollywood stars and built a £40million business empire and she’s written the book “RUNNING With Wolves: A Woman’s Memoir Of Sex, Scandal And Seduction”. She “signed a deal in late 2017 with Harvey Weinstein to turn her life into a scripted TV series, which would have made her a household name”. As John of God approached indictment, her PR was promoting her connections to Stormy Daniels and posting estimates of her net worth in the $50 million range.
I am hindered because much of the coverage is in foreign languages, notably Portuguese, but a Google translation of this article indicated the John of God’s operation produced pharmaceuticals on an industrial scale.
The region of “Goiás, strategically positioned in the middle of the country, is the nation’s second pharmaceutical center; this hub is concentrated in the Agro Industrial District of Anápolis (DAIA), located in the city of Anápolis, Goiás, at the center of the North-South Railway – an ideal location for effective distribution.”
The idea of the production of pharmaceuticals is of curious interest because of the widely-reported interest by the elite in the production of adrenochrome, the Rothschld-connected executive success program known on one hand as NXIVM and on the other hands as a sex cult, and the stash of cash and emeralds found in a basement behind a trap door.
“RIO DE JANEIRO (AP) – Brazil’s state police say they have found a suitcase full of cash and emeralds hidden in the home of a faith healer accused of sexual abuse by hundreds of women. The suitcase was discovered at the home of Joao Teixeira de Faria on Friday in a basement accessed by a trap door in a closet. Police in the central state of Goias said they also found about $300,000 worth of Brazilian reals. They had yet to appraise the emeralds.” https://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2018/dec/22/cash-emeralds-found-in-brazil-faith-healers-home/
“… There has been much speculation on the internet lately about “parabiosis” and “adrenochrome” (oxidized adrenalin, obtained from blood of people undergoing trauma of some sort), which supposedly gives its “consumers” a veritable “fountain of youth,” rejuvenating cells, and prolonging life spans. We’ve also seen, recently, the breaking of a story about “John of God,” a Brazilian “faith healer” who allegedly has been literally using women to produce babies to sell on the black market, for almost any purpose, from performing sexual favors to the rich, to harvesting them for their bodies parts and for purposes of parabiosis. We’ve seen others of “the elite” pushing the parabiosis meme. (See, for example: Peter Thiel Wants to Inject Himself With Young People’s Blood)….”
“… the disturbing reality is that these people think this latest “scientific vampirism” and “scientific human sacrifice” gives them potential longevity, ghoulish though it may be, and they’re willing to upend both law and morality, and any institutions that stand in their way, to get it.”
It is further noted that there are four networks in Brazil with a focus on nanotechnology. Here is a complete list of all non-commercial nanotechnology organizations in Brazil.
Parabiosis, as you may have discovered above, include issues of aging, stem cell research, endocrinology, tissue regeneration, and the donation of blood from younger people to older people.
What keeps resonating in the back of my mind is the movie “The Bourne Legacy”; I’ve seen it quite a few times, own the DVD (with its directors’s notes), and have written extensively about the research that the film conveys.
As Dan Gilroy said in the films online production notes: “All technology referenced in the film is either in development or in use by the U.S. intel community…”.
““I’m not a scientist but I’m a real good idiot screenwriter and layman reader of science,” Gilroy told Wired in a phone
interview. “There are different ways to introduce chromosomal changes to affect genomics. You can hijack a virus, put in what you want and use that as the delivery system. I got really interested in this idea of genomic alteration, where you go in on a chromosomal level.”
Some of the science in The Bourne Legacy is about mitochondrial uptake. I know something about mitochondrial uptake because I have taken (and read the science about) OTC supplements that “keep the reservoir filled” so the body can heal itself while it sleeps.
And when I consider the possibilities of the development and manufacture of synthetic adrenal gland hormones, I get curious about what’s going on in the mines and jungles and scientitifc business centers of Brazil. I don’t have much time left in my life to master Portuguese and get “a PhD in biochemistry with postdoctoral fellowships in virology and genetics”.
But I don’t see any reason why a significantly-large number of interested observers shouldn’t continue to watch this story like the only raptors known to hunt in packs.