Google Search Trend for “Died Suddenly” Reaches All-Time High in Last Two Months

The search trend for “died suddenly” has reached an all-time high worldwide.

Zerohedge has identified this unusual trend recently:

We can’t help but notice one Google search trend that has erupted worldwide.

The search term “died suddenly” has spiked to an all-time high in the last two months, with data going back to 2004.

We also have noted individuals who have suddenly died.  Some of whom have recently taken the COVID vaccine.

3 Replies to “Google Search Trend for “Died Suddenly” Reaches All-Time High in Last Two Months”

  1. John Robbins

    It was all planned pre-birth. Better times are surely coming. Rest often, spend time in nature, eat healthy. Let go of the lemming rat race as much as possible. Simpify, and so on.

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  2. Lori Jo

    I have noticed a high number of obituaries for young people in my local paper that say “died unexpectedly at home.” I am guessing some are suicides and some are due to the vaccine. Both of those scenarios are preventable and a tragedy. I have also seen an increase in infant deaths in our monthly coroner’s report. Who of us could have foreseen this, even in our wildest imaginings, 2 years ago? It feels as if we are being purposefully exterminated in whatever manner possible…Covid, Covid vax, being driven to suicide, being denied cures that save lives and cure illness, creating staff shortages in doctor offices and hospitals which prevent us from getting needed medical care, food shortages, being forced to leave our jobs and possibly losing our homes, creating dangerous cities with unchecked rampant crime, etc. Our poor children will grow up not knowing freedom…what is happening now will be their “normal.”

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    1. George Cowley

      Relax and trust the plan, there is much going on behind the scenes, all will be revealed soon, those that are leaving the Earth plane have chosen to do so at this time at a soul level agreement.

      Etc.

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