The Holy Grail Controlling Human Life on the Planet

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The Holy Grail 
Controlling Human Life on the Planet 
Kevin Mugur Galalae 
(14 November 2014) 

A flood of revelations hit me a few days ago. Their significance will undoubtedly change 
society and ultimately history. To help you follow my thought processes I will write them down 
in the order my mind unraveled them by going backwards in time. I shall find a more cursive, 
structured and elegant form at a later date, if time and circumstances will allow me the luxury.
In writing my 
letters to heads of state
 for the past two months it has become clear to me that in 
every country the population control effort invariably leads back to the Ministry of Health as the 
coordinating agency at the national level and to the World Health Organization (WHO) and its 
smaller sister the Pan American Health Organization (PAHO) as the international coordinating 
Why? Because procreation is a biological problem doctors and dentists were called in to help 
solve it. Doctors have always had to clean up people’s reproductive mistakes and get rid of 
unwanted fetuses. After all, they deliver babies into the world, perform abortions and distribute 
contraceptives. They are, so to say, the front line in the war against fertility.
But reproduction is not a problem for medical science to solve but for social science. Doctors 
interfere with the people’s reproductive systems not because they malfunction, but because they 
function all too well and the human species multiplies too fast. Doctors have taken on this role 
because social scientists are at a loss of how to solve the problem of uncontrolled fertility and 
because politicians will not touch it. And doctors, in order to fulfill their professional oath and 
do no harm, or at the very least do as little harm as possible, have arrived at the conclusion that 
the best and most humane way to control population growth is to prevent the moment of 
conception, which they do by injecting the people of the developing world with sterilizing 
vaccines and surrounding the people of the developed world with endocrine disruptors (fluoride, 
bisphenol A, artificial sweeteners). GMOs and chemtrails complete the job.
Doctors have to play God to save lives, but they cannot be allowed to play God to harm life so as 
to save society. Yet that is exactly what they are doing in contravention of the Hippocratic Oath. 
They are doing this as part and parcel of their secret mandate given by religious and political 
authorities to help humanity escape the cycle of poverty and war so as to maintain social 
stability. That is how the medical Mafia came to be and why the pharmaceutical industry has 
grown so mighty and wealthy.
It is ironic that I, a doctor’s son, should reveal this inconvenient truth and in so doing break the 
back of the medical Mafia that my father, an internist, never tired of telling me about in 
whispering tones when I was a child and accompanied him bright-eyed and full of admiration on 
house calls.
But doctors were not the first to take up the fight against human fertility. Medicine itself is the 
progeny of religion in the Christian world and to this day a great proportion of hospitals and 
universities are owned and operated by various Christian denominations, Catholicism being by 
far the leading one. Until the Age of Enlightenment and even much later, almost until the end of 

the nineteenth century, the entire education and health systems were firmly in the grip of the 
The International Tribunal for Crimes of Church and State (ITCCS) has made startling 
revelations over the past five years of the countless babies and children that were murdered by 
religious establishments. Lime pits containing the remains of fetuses, infants and children have 
been found on the properties of nunneries, convents and religious schools around the world.
They were either the aborted fetuses of nuns, who engaged in sexual acts with priests, or the 
bodies of children born out of wedlock and of orphans and abandoned children at a time in the 
West’s history when population growth was suppressed by making sexual intercourse outside 
marriage a social crime and by depriving women of the right and the means to raise their 
children. The women were instead forced to abandon their children to the Church and the 
Church took care of as many as it could in its institutions and killed the rest.
The ITCCS has also exposed the murder of countless native children in schools run by various 
Christian denominations throughout the Commonwealth nations of the former British Empire, a 
genocide committed to free the land for European settlers. The Americas were cleansed of 
natives so the heathen could be replaced by God-fearing Christians. Much the same has 
happened on all other continents to satiate European greed and aggression, but more than 
anything to alleviate the pressures of overpopulation on the European continent.
If the Church committed these heinous crimes with full social approval until the middle of the 
century, when its power was but a shadow of its former self, what did it do in previous 
centuries when it had total control over society as a temporal and religious power? How did 
societies in past centuries combat human fertility to ensure they do not outgrow food production 
and end up in famine and war?
Clearly, the Christian world was the first to escape the scourge of poverty and to produce enough 
surplus food to enable technical and scientific progress long before the Industrial Revolution 
began around 1760 in the United Kingdom. This leap forward cannot be attributed to the 
superior intelligence of Caucasians, since no race has a monopoly on intelligence, but rather to 
the early suppression of human fertility and population growth, which enabled the production of 
surplus food that in turn made greater professional specialization and greater concentrations of 
wealth possible; these being the precursors of peace and stability that alone can enable social, 
technological and scientific evolution, in other words our continuing evolution.
In asking myself these questions it dawned on me that monasticism, the plagues, and later the 
Inquisition and even the flu pandemic of 1918, were the Church’s earlier methods of controlling 
population to save Europe from famine and war and pave the way towards an ever higher level 
of civilization; an escape from the cycle of poverty and war, the prison created by unrelenting 
and unrestricted human procreation and the bitter struggle for existence they engender in a finite 

world where human beings have always had to go to extraordinary lengths to earn their creature 
By persuading a large proportion of the population that celibacy is a necessary precondition of 
service to God and far more desirable than marriage, family life and child-bearing, and by 
enshrining the desirability of abstinence, obedience, humility and poverty in canon law, the 
Catholic Church found a rather elegant way to prevent millions of men and women from making 
use of their reproductive organs and from exercising their God-given reproductive rights thus 
effectively suppressing population growth to a significant degree.
If not religious fervor then economic pressures often caused by land shortage forced many 
parents to give at least one child to the Church who, if a woman, would be promptly cloistered as 
a nun in convents and nunneries and would never experience the joy of motherhood, and if a man 
would become clergy and be bound by chastity and never experience the joy of fatherhood. The 
more men fell in war or joined the Church to become clergymen the more women would have to 
be condemned to a monastic life, more often than not against their will, as they would have 
remained unmarried anyhow due to a shortage of men. Monasticism therefore was not only a 
mode of suppressing population growth but also of restoring the balance of numbers between 
men and women in society, which was crucially important at a time and in a culture that 
prohibited both children out of wedlock and polygamy.
Outside the Church society employed chastity belts to keep both men and women virgin, thus 
help them abstain from sexual intercourse until marriage. Elsewhere in the world a good 
proportion of the men were castrated and an equivalent number of women confined to harems 
not to indulge the sexual phantasies of the rich, for a single man cannot possibly satisfy more 
than a woman or two, but to be kept sex starved and childless for the rest of their lives, which is 
why the harems were guarded by eunuchs.
From the 14
century onward, Europe was devastated by recurrent outbreaks of the bubonic 
plague, which came to be known as the Black Death because it caused necrosis and turned 
fingers, toes, noses and ears pitch black and putrid. I contend that the Church recognized the 
evangelizing, economic and ultimately demographic potential of the plague in the aftermath of 
the Plague of Justinian, which hit the Byzantine Empire in the sixth century A.D. and was 
Christendom’s first encounter with this terrible disease.
At first, the Church would have used the plague as a way to concentrate more wealth and land in 
its own hands, undoubtedly to be able to care for the poor that kept being dumped at its doors.
Then it recognized the plague’s usefulness as a tool to frighten people to behave and obey lest 
they offend God and bring down his wrath. And finally, experience showed that the plague 
could serve as a very effective tool to preempt famine and war or at least gain a respite from 
them to enable society to progress. In other words, greed and piety have driven the depopulation 

effort all the same and in the process enrich Christendom by redistributing wealth in fewer hands 
in the aftermath of a pandemic that invariably killed a third to half the population.
There are many indicators that point to the plague as a depopulation tool deliberately used by the 
Church. First, epidemiological accounts cannot explain the rapid spread and high mortality rate 
of the plague pandemics that ravaged Europe from the 14
to the 19
centuries. Secondly, 
although the disease purportedly originated in the Orient it had by far the highest mortality rate 
in Europe and especially in Italy, France, and Spain, the heart of Catholicism. Third, the plague 
came with clockwork regularity every forty years or so to any given place in Christendom and 
took with it a third to half of the living, concentrating wealth in fewer hands by shaving off the 
population growth of previous decades. And fourth, the plague hit densely populated cities and 
isolated villages with the same fury, which cannot be explained by the disease’s transmission 
It spread not because people travelled much in those days, but because monks especially 
designated for this task would carry rats that harbored the fleas carrying the disease from city to 
city, town to town and village to village. The pathogens were brought along with their flee-
infested rodent hosts from a hot spot or a breeding ground when the Church deemed the number 
of people to be too large for the land to feed or as soon as abject poverty showed its ugly teeth.
If the armies of the 14
century knew how to spread the pestilence by catapulting diseased 
corpses over the fortified walls of besieged towns, an act recorded many times in the annals of 
history, the Church certainly knew how to spread the disease in a far more inconspicuous way.
The Church was the only organization with the means and the connections necessary to be able 
to send envoys from country to country and also with a presence throughout Europe, the Middle 
East, the Far East, Africa, and since the 15
century also the Americas. The clergy was the only 
educated segment of the population and merely wearing a habit and carrying a letter of free 
passage from the Pope or a Cardinal or a Bishop would suffice to grant a monk or a priest the 
mobility necessary to move across the continent and spread a pathogen when and if needed.
Innumerable church properties throughout Europe would facilitate such travels and provide these 
itinerant monks with a roof over their heads in every town or village they would need to target.
The Church was also the only organization of the time with the scientific knowledge to use 
pathogens and their hosts, being the repository of all knowledge in those days, and with the 
exclusive use of a language, Latin, to be able to pass on a message across the continent without 
becoming public knowledge, which explains the great secrecy the Church has always shrouded 
herself in and the bitterness with which it refused the use of vernacular languages for sacred 
purposes. Without a universal language reserved only to the clergy, periodic mass killings could 
not have been committed and kept secret.
I suspect that the Vatican reserved for itself the authority necessary to trigger a mass killing 
event, since only the Vatican received information from throughout the realm and had a view of 

when society stood on the brink of famine or war due to population pressures. The Church did 
not need statistics for it had confessions to gage the overall material and emotional situation of 
the people. Besides, a decision of such horrific consequences would have had to be carried out 
and be limited to only the highest authority in Christendom, the Pope, with intimate counsel from 
the Cardinals in the Roman curia.
All traces point to the Dominicans, the so-called Black Friars, as the ones to assume the task of 
waging biological warfare on the people of Europe for evangelizing, economic and demographic 
purposes on behalf of Rome. Being the most highly educated people in Europe, the Dominicans 
would have figured out that the carrier of the disease was the Oriental rat flea and that these fleas 
lived up to a year, which made them easy to breed and transport. Being mendicant, the 
Dominicans were always on the move and among the people, which means that no one would 
have been able to trace the infection back to them or suspect them in any way. Being founded to 
solve the problems of the burgeoning population of cities, they would have easily recognized the 
potential of the plague for combatting population growth and instilling the fear of God into the 
people. Being fiercely loyal and blindly obedient to the Church and sworn to a life of poverty 
and sacrifice, they would have not shied away from risking their own lives to carry out God’s 
work. Being the Vatican’s most trusted people, they would have not refused to carry out the 
order to murder millions with the plague just as they did not refuse the task to carry out the 
Inquisition and torture, burn and kill countless heretics and as many as twenty million witches 
over the course of six centuries.
More importantly, the Dominicans were established in 1216 to bring about a new kind of order, 
which sounds awfully close to the New World Order, and a highly developed governmental 
structure. They were also the only order universally authorized by the pope to preach, a power 
formerly reserved to local episcopal authorities but granted only to the Dominicans in 1217 by 
Pope Honorius III. Nor did the Dominicans shy away from diabolical cruelty, as they were 
empowered and authorized in 1252 to use torture by Pope Gregory IX, which they did and 
earned them the name 

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