What caused Beethoven's deafness?
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The great 19th century German composer Ludwig van Beethoven began to lose his hearing at the age of 26. He gradually became deaf until he became completely deaf in 1820.
We think that the reason for the gradual deterioration of his hearing was violent, associated with the use of ultrasonic vibration weapons, widespread already in those years of the 19th century. Apparently, someone from his entourage got tired of listening to his extremely disturbing piano music all the time, and they decided to quickly “neutralize” him, leaving him deaf with the help of ultrasound.
The 19th century was a very difficult century in the development of Western European civilization due to the invention of the electric battery and the rapid spread of its use to constantly feed ultrasonic violence devices to destroy the health of selected victims for numerous reasons, the main of which is the production of income from illness and death of citizens.
Just like in the last 20 years of our 21st century. But now this is due to a new, very qualitative leap in the development of distance protection systems based on the use of inaudible ultrasonic vibration. Criminals secretly use this phenomenon to destroy the health and to murder millions of people around the planet in the same way: covering up murder with death from coronavirus, covid-19 and other respiratory diseases, forcing states and political forces of countries to spend huge amounts of money in the wrong direction. They are thrown onto the battlefield of medicine when the strike is to be focused on the complete elimination of the criminal networks of covert ultrasonic aggression and mass eavesdropping.
But back to the poor famous German composer Beethoven. How is the history of his hearing loss described?
Ludwig van Beethoven was born in 1770 in Bonn and died in 1827 in Vienna. He was the last representative of Viennese classicism in music. Ipoacusia (deafness) came to him when he was not even thirty years old. Deafness is a consequence of trauma to the acoustic apparatus or the nervous system associated with the perception of sound. From 1796 he began to notice that he did not hear sounds well and stopped giving concerts as a virtuoso pianist, choosing a hermitic lifestyle.
Apparently, this choice only simplified the task of his secret pursuers, since he always remained in the same place. He became completely deaf in 1820 at the age of 50.
But it was in 1796 that his first big tour with his piano music began from Vienna to Berlin.
It is noted that the reason for the onset of deafness in Beethoven remained unclear. But I think that at first someone drove after him with an ultrasonic device, subjecting him to a constant ultrasonic attack. The method of physical elimination applied to Beethoven was very popular in those days, as reflected by various historical statistics on morbidity and mortality.
Suffice it to note that the winner of the war with Napoleonic France in 1812, the Russian emperor Alexander the First (Alexander I of Russia), was forced to secretly disappear, hiding behind a fake death in order to appear as the hermit Saint Feodor Kuzmich (Theodore of Tomsk, Fomich, Russian Orthodox starets, monk Feodor Kuzmich) who, judging by the course of the events described and the memories associated with his historical figure, was purposefully pulled out from his English refuge and sent to a post in Tomsk. Apparently, this was organized by the Freemasons in order to cover up with his presence the mass production of battery-based ultrasonic equipment, which was then used to massacre peasants and the rich in Russia. Peasants were killed in order to compile lists of dead souls, as it was skillfully described by Nikolai Gogol in the novel “Dead Souls” on the advice of Alexander Pushkin, and the aristocracy and landowners were killed in order to dispose of their property. Judging by the behavior of the hermit Feodor Kuzmich himself, this story was unfamiliar to him. He could simply have been secretly manipulated to achieve this goal. In general, the use of ultrasonic weapons is always surrounded by covert operations of manipulating people’s behavior, which is achieved by a simple “wrap around the finger”. A person with an open mind, who does not expect such an approach in relation to himself, can hardly guess the true reason for this or that attitude towards him.
In his youth, Beethoven was distinguished by very good health and physical condition. But after some 20 years, in 1821, doctors ascertained that he had cirrhosis of the liver, in other words, his liver was perforated with small holes, which fully corresponds to the version of his secret exposure to ultrasound, which also led to gradual hearing loss. He also writes to a friend that in August 1821 he fell ill with jaundice. In 1825, doctors diagnosed dropsy, which once again confirms that his body continues to be secretly irradiated with ultrasound, that is, strong inaudible vibration rays, which leads to the accumulation of a large amount of fluid coming out of the perforated biological tissues.
The explosive nature of the melodies of some of his symphonies also suggests that he wrote music in a state of ultrasonic doping, which excited him and did not leave him in peace, because he subconsciously resisted the invisible hidden violence against his personality.
Beethoven died on March 26, 1827 at six o’clock in the evening. Eyewitnesses state that dropsy developed with lightning speed at the end of 1826, which is typical of the destructive effect of ultrasound, which causes collapses in everything.
Beethoven’s very sunken cheeks after death may indicate a strong ultrasound pressure on his body, which could be the cause of his sudden death (or lethargic sleep? How was it established that he died?)
For you, of course, reading this is very new, but unfortunately, this is the old sad homely truth of the history of our civilization, and you cannot escape from it, whether you like it or not. You need to have the courage to face the truth, even if the scoundrels have heaped up a lot of criminal cases before you.
Poor Ludwig van Beethoven … It was hard for him in life, but he was a hero of his time.
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