Are They Destined To Save The World?

One-in-twenty of the general population seems to possess a superpower: they question arbitrary decrees. But who are they? And can they stop the Borg Collective?

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Observe any group with more than 20 people; you will probably spot at least one five-percenter, aka a Fiver. This strange, unrecognized, nigh-hidden minority that will never try to promote itself for fear of judgment will try to shut down the fan while the rest scrutinize the shit flying toward it. They respond with a cackle to petty tyrants who tell them to act or think in a certain way. They disrupt high-school classes with smarty-panty remarks. They challenge rules and dictums. They appreciate freedom of thought and action. They are generally healthier and more tuned to their environment than the rest of the population. 

Who are they? And how did they gain such superpowers?

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The Strange, Indestructible World Of The Antifragile

I noticed the statistical relevance shortly after the first lockdown wave in Fall of 2020. As part of nutritional counseling, I do 12-minute biophysical scans


 that measure the energy state of the human body with subtle microcurrents, gathering over 200 million data points from cells and micro-organisms, organs, and the nervous system. The results shed light on significant stressors, allergies, inflammation, blockades, pathogens, and toxins. Incredibly, for the first time after measuring over 1,000 people, I noticed a significant macro trend—ninety-five percent of the people who returned after the first lockdowns had a massively disrupted system.

Their toxic loads were off the chart. The overall energy was down by at least a third. Gut microbial balance favored pathological critters. The immune system was struggling. Oxidative and nitrosative stress was on the turbo drive. The autonomous nervous system favored the sympathetic (fight-or-flight) load. And so on. All signs of an emotional-biological molotov cocktail of fear, lack of movement, fake foods, mask-restricted breathing, and isolation. 

What about the 5ers? The extra resistance and challenges had caused their bodies to respond with an extra surge of energy, boosting their overall system in almost every category. All this without a significant difference in lifestyle or nutritional intake during the lockdowns. 

I couldn’t make heads or tails out of the results. Still, after speaking with other practitioners, I concluded that the relevance was at least significant, if not mindblowing. Five percent responded to adversity by becoming stronger physically and mentally. They also reported a new sense of purpose and drive. Nassim Nicholas Taleb’s name for this phenomenon is antifragility


The Riddle Behind The 5er Phenomenon

Since my Fall 2020 observations, I’ve been trying to figure out what could be behind the “5er Phenomenon.” Of course, I don’t have the tools or resources to do a proper study, so I can only make assumptions based on primary encounters and past research. So far, IQ, education, DNA, race, gender, or culture don’t seem to correlate with Fivers, who come from every branch of life and experience. The only differentiating factor I’ve been able to spot so far is attitude, a mixture of seeing the opportunity rather than the downside, mixed with a bit of courage. But attitude alone can hardly explain the massive difference in well-being, and objective clarity. Or can it?

In World War II, when the Japanese prison camps were stretched to the limit and guards were scarce, the commanders needed a solution to manage the ballooning POW population. They saw that only a fraction of the POWs attempted to escape. They devised a psychological test to separate this group and successfully reduced escapes to zero by only incarcerating a certain percentage. Guess what the percentage was? 

As for the rest, ninety-five percent, the Japanese could leave them to graze the nearby fields without any flight risk, akin to cows or sheep. 

Off-topic question to farmers. Have you observed one-in-twenty free-grazing cows or sheep act more “erratically” than the rest? I ask this because, a long time ago, I was in Ireland taking care of a deer farm and remember making a note that in a herd of about 600 red deer, about two dozen were always causing some mischief, like breaching the fencing. To the pain of many landowners, I had to chase these divergents across other farms with muddy rubber boots and high-caliber rifles. 

Another interesting and potentially relevant phenomenon: Five percent of the cells in a caterpillar, known as glial cells, play an essential role in transforming the caterpillar into a butterfly. Glial cells form a scaffold for the caterpillar’s body parts to attach to and produce hormones that regulate the transformation process, helping the body parts to rearrange into their butterfly form. Dr. Bruce Lipton, “the father of epigenetics,” likes to rave about this phenomenon


Could the caterpillar journey also be taking place on the scale of human civilization? The journey of the cells in the caterpillar, as they begin to disarray, liquify, and self-implode offers a remarkable analogy of modern society. Could the glial cells, which concurrently start to organize for the butterfly’s emergence, stand for the five percent who are beginning to construct a parallel reality with regenerative farming, offline communities, and platforms that allow for open, uncensored speech?

Neuroscience has another interesting analogy. The conscious mind controls only five percent of our reality, while the subconscious handles 95 percent. Based on the strengths and weaknesses of each brain part – see Diagram 1 – it’s fair to ask if this is another metaphor for the Five Percent Riddle.

Diagram 1

The List Of Coincidences Goes On

To help me on the quest to understand the Fivers, I asked AI for studies in biology or human behavior, where five percent had a significant impact on behavior or outcome. Here was the answer before getting cut off by the word limit. 

  1. A study of bacteria in the US found that 5% of them had adopted an antibiotic resistance gene, significantly increasing the number of individuals who could survive antibiotic treatment.
  2. A study of cancer cells in the US found that 5% had adopted a novel mutation, significantly improving targeted treatments’ efficacy.
  3. A study of cell cultures in the US found that 5% had adopted a 3D culturing technique, which significantly improved the accuracy of their cell models.
  4. A study of gene expression in cell cultures found that 5% of the genes had significantly higher expression levels, which could lead to a better understanding of disease etiology.
  5. A study of stem cell cultures in the US found that 5% of them had adopted a genetic engineering technique, which significantly improved the efficiency of their cultures.
  6. A study of female scientists in the United States found that only 5% held senior leadership positions, yet they published papers of significantly higher quality than their male counterparts.
  7. A study in New York City found that 5% of the children enrolled in high-quality preschools increased their likelihood of attending college by nearly 20%.
  8. In a global survey of healthcare workers, 5% of respondents reported that their hospitals had adopted digital health technology and improved patient care and outcomes significantly.
  9. A study of teachers in India found that 5% had adopted innovative teaching strategies, resulting in significantly better student performance.
  10. A study of small businesses in the US found that 5% had adopted digital marketing strategies, which led to significantly better customer acquisition rates.
  11. In a survey of college students, 5% reported using agile learning techniques, which significantly improved their grades.
  12. A study of entrepreneurs in the US found that 5% had adopted customer development strategies, which resulted in significantly better customer satisfaction rates.
  13. A study of software developers in the UK found that 5% had adopted a DevOps approach, which significantly increased the speed of software development.
  14. A survey of medical professionals in India found that 5% had adopted digital healthcare technologies, which significantly improved patient care and outcomes.
  15. A study of small businesses in the US found that 5% had adopted cloud-based technologies, which significantly improved their efficiency and productivity.

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And so on.

It’s safe to say something remarkable is going on with the Fivers. They drive a beneficial function for micro-organisms and humans. But what else is going on with them? What is their relevance to our present situation, the Grand Putsch? 

The Clown In The Restaurant 

According to Daniel Kahneman, the psychologist who won the Nobel Prize for deconstructing behavioral conditioning, the third or fourth repetition of a highly unnormal event – say, a clown attack in a five-star restaurant – is usually enough to normalize any absurdity. The fifth time the audience won’t even turn their heads.

Imagine such a situation. A fully-dressed circus clown walks into your neighborhood restaurant that seats about 40 people. Instead of balloons, he carries a brass trumpet, an AK-47, and an obnoxious persona. Before anyone can drop a jaw, the clown swings the trumpet at the maître d’, dropping her to the floor, and shouts out arbitrary commandments.

“Nobody moves! Nobody makes a sound! Nobody breathes unless they wear a napkin over their mouth!” 

Based on behavioral statistics of crowds (particularly from April 2020 forward), 38 people would grab a napkin. The rest two, the Fivers, would ask who the hell the clown thinks he is.

The pandemic-era governance – the politicians, “health” authorities, and the police – in hindsight, acted like this clown, a psychotic bully. The 5ers represented the “conspiracy theorists” who questioned the clown act: the lockdowns, the masks, and the healthcare measures. All of their worst theories turned out to be understated truths of the present, a fact that very few of the 95ers can come to grips with even today.

The principle of 5th generation warfare (5GW) is to Delay, Distract, and Divide. Delay the truth. Distract the observers. And divide the population. 

After the clown exited, the 95ers continued their dinners as if nothing had happened, not realizing it was just the First Act. 

The Fivers meanwhile forecast the next phase: forced medical procedures, leading to CBDCs and a social credit system à la Xi Jinping. Later, after a brief curtain pause, the clown reappeared and requested the guests to inject experimental substances in exchange for digital certificates, the first step in such a master plan. 

Again, the majority complied. The most deadly mistake in human history was based on a bizarre justification: the promise of “freedom” and “safety” in exchange for a sham medical procedure that guaranteed the loss of both. 

The Fivers took the rap for acting “selfish” in this surreal environment, getting threatened with incarceration, seclusion, banishment, and whatever psychological pressure deemed necessary to get them to join the flock and accept the narrative. Or else. 

And herein lies the possible gist. 

Maybe the entire purpose of the clown episode was to pinpoint the Fivers, a bit like in the Japanese POW camps. While the sequential clown attacks conditioned people into accepting increasingly absurd ordinances, with increased severity and arbitrariness, they also filtered and identified the real opposition. 

What if the end goal is to prep the audience for an event so drastic and absurd that it would be impossible to carry out without absolute behavioral override of the population, including the Fivers?

Back To Daniel Kahneman

Kahneman conjectures that our tendency to accept the absurd is a survival function, enabling us to adapt to rapidly changing environmental conditions, such as the onset of war or a major catastrophe. 

Since we evolved as herd animals, calibrated to survive in groups of hunter-gatherers who benefited from strong leaders, evolution has also provided us with the minority who are innately suspicious of authority and groupthink, who will challenge the leader, the teacher, the shaman, the dictator, the expert, the elders, whoever is in charge, so that the herd doesn’t jump from the cliff like a group of lemmings. 

Because sometimes leaders go crazy. Sometimes they get so power-hungry that they lose a sense of reality. And sometimes, they don’t deserve to be in charge because they represent values or plans detrimental to the tribe. 

Society has tried to shut up the Fivers since Adam and Eve, and the Fivers have consistently been lit up by the antagonism, from Socrates to Copernicus and Snowden to Assange. 

The Fivers are a critical but increasingly repressed part of society today. The rules and regulations are against them. The algorithms work against them. The censorship tries to bury them. The psyops try to break them. 

They are everywhere, and where ever they are, they are misunderstood.

Think of the kids who act out against a dysfunctional education system and get drugged for ADHD.

Think of the entrepreneurs who try to break entrenched industries and get buried for it, at least financially.

Think of the scientists who try to publish data that goes against normative science and lose their funding and labs. 

Think of the demoralized, the terminated, the disgraced, and the banished; you may be dealing with a Fiver. 

We know today, without a shadow of a doubt, that the “crazies” were right, and the “sensible” were crazy. 

The clown is still out there. If the past signifies the future, he is taking on ever more bizarre, totalitarian forms, preparing for the ultimate abomination.  

The clown comes in the form of skyrocketing food and energy prices amid winter. He comes in the form of engineered wars. He comes in the form of destroyed agriculture and meat production. He comes in the form of adverse side effects, 15-25% higher excess death rates, heart attacks, myocarditis in children and athletes, radically elevated chronic disease rates, imploded immune systems, and the bizarre, media-hyped fairy tales that try to justify all of above as the new normal. 

It’s 2023, the Grand Saga is just beginning, and five percent have a remarkable impact on how it will unfold – on multiple levels.

It is not enough to see the pattern. It is also necessary to have the courage to speak out, be constructive, secure the resources to build alternatives, and grow bolder in the face of overwhelming odds. 

If all these qualifications were subject to the five percent principle (see diagram 2 below), we would have 250 people left with the attitude, courage, means, and tenacity to get the job done. 

It doesn’t sound like a lot, but real change never starts with the crowds – but with one. 

If the Great Riddle allows it.




Vitalfield scans are based on a simple scientific principle: subtle currents and electromagnetic fields regulate our bodies, driving chemical and biological causality. The higher the coherence in the system, the better the information and energy exchange, and the healthier the body.



Bruce Lipton Video


AI References

The study of gene expression in cell cultures is titled “Gene Expression in Cell Cultures: A Systematic Review” and was published in the journal BMC Genomics in 2017. The URL is

  1. The study of cell cultures in the US is titled “3D Cell Culturing: A Promising Technique to Improve Cell Model Accuracy” and was published in the journal PLOS ONE in 2015. The URL is
  2. The study of stem cell cultures in the US is titled “Genetic Engineering of Stem Cell Cultures: An Overview” and was published in the journal Stem Cells Translational Medicine in 2016. The URL is
  3. Female Scientists:
  4. NYC Preschools:
  5. Healthcare Workers:
  6. Teachers in India:
  7. AHELO:
  8. US Immigration:
  9. Racial Diversity:
  10. Millennials:
  11. Women in the Workforce:
  12. American Families:

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By Mayukh Saha / Truth Theory

When George Orwell wrote his seminal book ‘1984’ in 1949, it was meant to be a dystopian satire on the totalitarian government that had risen up after the Second World War. The plot contained a global despotic power that controlled the people of a fictional continent called Oceania through suppressive tools of propaganda and surveillance. Considered to be quite a visionary work of the future, there are several predictions from Orwell’s 1984 that have come true in the current century. Multiple technological innovations that were considered fanciful imagination in the 1950s have been already ingratiated as part of the mainstream- which governments are using to control the population. 

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Telescreens were basically large, flat TVs that were not only used to pass messages between party members but were also used to monitor civilians. The telescreen would closely keep track of an individual’s motion, monitoring if their heartbeat changed, or if they were looking at something they shouldn’t have. In recent times, the variant of the Telescreen is the CCTV camera, which has given rise to facial recognition software. In China, the Uighur Muslim community is already tracked by such cameras, after which they are subjected to persecution. 


The protagonist of 1984, Winston Smith, is a copywriter for the Record section of the Ministry of Truth- which is a major part of the ruling party INGSOC. His task involves using Speakwrite- which is a recording device that converts speech into text on the telescreen. As of today, there are several apps and services which offer the same service. While this technology isn’t technically evil, Orwell did predict that this technology will blow up over the millennium- and it did. 


The main idea of 1984 was total and utter surveillance at all points during the day. Posters of ‘Big Brother’ adorned billboards in cities, and acted as a deterrent towards those who could potentially break rules. This tactic has been used by political leaders all over the world, with Kim Jong Un, the de facto leader of North Korea launching a new set of posters in 2018 that spurred his people to work and make him proud. 


In Orwell’s book, the main Party had switched to a policy of continual war that would eat up any and all surplus that the population had produced. This would not only ensure that the population remained poor and in control, but would also ensure their complete loyalty to the clause. The US does seem to be moving from finishing one war to a potential next one pretty swiftly- which isn’t necessarily doing any favors to its population. 


In 1984, Orwell talked about how language is often used to control and deceive the masses. This was linked from Confucious, who himself linked the misuse of vocabulary to social breakdown and warfare. In the world today, we are surrounded by a cocoon of euphemism and political correctness- which are both pervasive and derided pervasively. Several stand-up comics have mocked this variant of the language, where the government develops normal-sounding terms for events that are anything but. When the government takes less money from its population, it is termed as a tax expenditure, but wealthy people, on the other hand, are called job-creators. 


One of the predictions from Orwell’s 1984 which has turned prophetic is that the proletariat doesn’t need to be under surveillance- as long as they are kept well-fed, well-intoxicated, and well-pleasured. This was Orwell’s way of explaining that as long as the superficialities of life were fulfilled for the extremely downtrodden, they wouldn’t focus on the truly important. If we search Google Trends today, we would probably come up with thousands of Page Six articles, a couple of Vogue recipes, and a few Cosmopolitan suggestions- but nothing really of note. Maybe it was Orwell talking about how we were losing touch with reality- as we were consumed by the facade of luxury. 

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‘The world’s gone mad!’

A conspiracy against god and man! 

Slavery, Power/Greed! 

Humans reduced to a commodity! 

Can the West still turn the tide of tyranny? 

Conspiracy and the coming witch hunt. 

Quite a few predictions from Orwell’s 1984 have been true for our generation. Although some of them are positive, like Speakwrite, every other technological innovation is simply a tool for surveillance, control, or propaganda. 

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