Gertrude Belle Elion, (c. 1913) – 1999; copyright, The Nobel Foundation. From “Hidden from History: the lives of eight American women scientists,” by Kim K. Zach, 2002, Avisson Press Inc., P.O. Box 38816, Greensboro, NC 27408. Note: Efforts have been made to find the copyright holders of all photographs used in this book. If any person or organization believes they hold the copyright to a photograph herein, and have not been properly credited, please notify the publisher at the address above. Summary: Short biographies of eight women who excelled in various scientific fields: Ellen Swallow Richards, Nettie Maria Stevens, Annie Jump Cannon, Alice Hamilton, Florence Sabin, Alice Catherine Evans, Grace Murray Hopper, and Gertrude Belle Elion.I might have a good one with this one, able, if I could research this well enough without all the phony-emergency interference interruptions, able to show how most of this medical-science world industry we’ve got is mostly hallucino-underworld made-up and made-up for this same Revelation-Armageddon and its Autists’-consortium of the “brain-eaters.” Not only do I think she’s from that main of the “staircase-beings” in that Matejko Krakow painting but it’s possible she’s actually pseudo-in-law -connected to this fraud-family I was birthed into, one of her ovae used for someone who’d married into that Bronx group, but then too, if that much is somehow all basically correct then there’s also a big child-sex-murder theme that also connects to my present “ghost-prisoner” living situation right now. That’s alot to go around thinking about this strange lady I’d never heard about before but she was from the Bronx and went to work in a place just north of there called Tuckahoe and I think that that’s where the in-law-fraud-aunt had come from. Then there’s also however some historical character named Anna Carroll that might be in this one’s past background, and then there’s that my first first-grade teacher seems to have looked like my fraud-aunt and then this lady too. I don’t think there are any or many public domain images of Ms. Elion. And I’d have to check her 2 colleagues, mainly a Mr. or Dr. George Hitchings and then they had a partner over in England named Black and the 3 of them together shared the 1988 Nobel, where this photo comes from. I think it’s got proper accreditation that I can use it without any difficulty but this is a whole lot I’m laying on this one lady, saying that the system could be largely traced and explained (away) through her life and work in Tuckahoe. I’ll be trying to get back to this of course.
Princess.pdf — I got this from the back cover of a Mother Teresa biography that right now I can’t be sure of the author’s name of but these few years later I notice that that is not the Mother Teresa person that Diana is speaking with; it looks like one of these #1 “staircase-beings” types (i.e., like Buddy Hackett, for instance.) Buddy Hackett, (1924 Brooklyn-2003 Malibu, ck Bell’s Palsy,) from 1963 It’s a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World uncopyrighted screen trailer. This work is in the public domain in the United States because it was published in the United States between 1924 and 1977 without a copyright notice. See Commons:Hirtle chart for further explanation. Note that it may still be copyrighted in jurisdictions that do not apply the rule of the shorter term for US works (depending on the date of the author’s death), such as Canada (50 p.m.a.), Mainland China (50 p.m.a., not Hong Kong or Macao), Germany (70 p.m.a.), Mexico (100 p.m.a.), Switzerland (70 p.m.a.), and other countries with individual treaties.
I found the alongside-text way again, but it’s time to leave here. I haven’t gotten back to work on the Matejko file so if there were any readers there isn’t anything new. Be careful with this blog because the Armageddon underworld has lifetime been using me for their finding nice people to disappear, anyone who likes anything about myself would be unsafe.
— this piece was copied from middle of the “Additional Warning” post, is a duplicate therefore, which is like nerve-wracking (sp) for me. Additional Warning: