Steven Kings 1978 novel The Stand


Is The Stand a predication of Bill Gates’s and tony Fauci’s SARS-COV-2 I sure hope not!

The plot (from Wikipedia) — On June 13, at a top-secret government laboratory in rural California, a weaponized version of influenza, called Project Blue, is accidentally released. A U.S. Army soldier, Charlie Campion, escapes the lab and flees across the country with his wife and daughter, unintentionally spreading the virus. On June 17, Campion crashes his car into a gas station in Arnette, Texas, where Stu Redman and some friends are gathered. With his wife and child already dead from the superflu, Campion warns Redman that he had been pursued by a “Dark Man” since they left the lab, before he succumbs to the virus as well. The next day, the U.S. military arrives to quarantine the town on orders from General Starkey, commander of Project Blue.

This book is a classic novel of the conflict between good and evil.

Continuing (from Wikipedia) — The townspeople are taken to a CDC facility in Stovington, Vermont. All but Stu succumb to the superflu, called “Captain Trips” by the populace, which kills 99.4% of the world’s population in two weeks. General Starkey commits suicide, and it is implied that the rest of his team are killed by the superflu. The scattered survivors include would-be rock star Larry Underwood, deaf mute Nick Andros, Frannie Goldsmith and her unborn child, her teenaged neighbor Harold Lauder, imprisoned criminal Lloyd Henreid, and “Trashcan Man”, a mentally ill arsonist and scavenger. The survivors begin having visions, either from kindly Mother Abagail, or from the demonic “Dark Man” Randall Flagg. The dreams counsel the survivors to either travel to Nebraska to meet Abagail, or to Las Vegas to join Flagg.

The Stand was also a miniseries on ABC broadcasted in 1994. The stand was an American television post-apocalyptic horror miniseries based on the 1978 novel of the same name by Stephen King. King also wrote the teleplay and has a minor role in the series. It was directed by Mick Garris, who previously directed the King adaptation Sleepwalkers (1992). In order to satisfy expectations from King fans and King himself, The Stand is a mostly faithful adaptation to the original book,[citation needed] with only minor changes to material that would otherwise have not met broadcast standards and practices, and in order to keep ABC content.

The Stand includes a cast of more than 125 speaking roles and features Gary Sinise, Miguel Ferrer, Rob Lowe, Ossie Davis, Ruby Dee, Jamey Sheridan, Laura San Giacomo, Molly Ringwald, Corin Nemec, Adam Storke, Ray Walston, Ed Harris, and Matt Frewer. The miniseries was shot in several locations and on 225 sets. Each episode was given a $6 million budget so to reduce cost, the miniseries was shot on 16mm film. The Stand originally aired on ABC from May 8 to May 12, 1994.[1] Reviews were positive and the miniseries was nominated for six Primetime Emmy Awards, winning two for its makeup and sound mixing.

This is my analysisThe Book Art & Physics written by Leonard Shlain published in 1991 develops a confining theory that ART often precedes reality. Steven King’s The Stand is so close to what we are now experiencing. Gates’s SARAS COV-2 seems to be morphing into “Captain Trips” from King;s book The Stand and this is one prediction that I do not want to be right on. But than we know Gates wants to reduce the worlds population and he is heavily invested in the NIH and CDC as well as big Pharma and they are just a few among the many the Gates has his fingers in. Gates may even have got his idea from the book The Stand.

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