Who Wrote This Legislation?

Who are the eight legislators who have taken it upon themselves to write and submit Bill RI S2552 Immunization Against C0VID-I9? The bill mandates that every Rhode Island resident aged 16 and older, “who is eligible for immunization against C0VID-I9 and who resides in the State of Rhode Island, works in the State of Rhode Island or pays personal income taxes to the State of Rhode Island pursuant to chapter title of 30 of title 14 shall be required to be immunized against C0VID-I9.” Who are the people proposing this imposing regulation?

I researched their backgrounds and the answer is this:

  • a geologist (Providence)
  • a youth organizer (Providence)
  • a computer science guy (West Warwick)
  • a building contractor (Johnston)
  • a socialogist (Central Falls and Pawtucket)
  • educator/socialogist (Warwick)
  • naval officer (Bristol, Portsmouth, Tiverton)
  • dental radiologist (East Providence, Pawtucket)

Have any of them ever practiced as a medical doctor? No, afraid not.

What business do these people have suggesting, or rather mandating, what goes into my body or yours? None.

Do any of these legislators understand the following? “Compulsory vaccination violates fundamental human rights, notably the right to prior, free and informed consent for medical interventions. Common law, state and federal statutes, the Nuremberg Code (1947), and the 2005 UNESCO Declaration on Bio-ethics and Human Rights establish the necessity of informed consent.”

Are any of these legislators familiar with VAERS, the primary government-funded system for reporting adverse vaccine reactions in the U.S.? Because if they were, they might know that between Dec. 14, 2020 and April 30, 2021, a total of 157,277 total adverse events were reported to VAERS related to the C0VID-I9 vaccine. These events included 3,837 deaths and 16,014 serious injuries related to the first 4-1/2 weeks of vaccination. Mind you, medical professionals went through an arduous process to submit these reports. I wonder how many medical professionals would have the time and the stubborn tenacity actually required to do this.

How many legislators realize that vaccine manufacturers are immune from liability? Vaccine manufacturers have no incentive to ensure their vaccines are as safe as possible. Because of the 1986 National Childhood Vaccine Injury Act, reinforced by the PREP Act, vaccine makers cannot be sued even if they are shown to be grossly negligent.

What I report here is all fact. If you read the CHD toolkit, you will find the documentation of my resources.

There is one last thought I need to share: When a 27-year-old, who I watched grow up with my daughter, passed away this past weekend (Easter weekend), and I heard the news, I wondered: How can this be? First I was numb in disbelief. Then the dam burst open, and I cried and cried and cried. I have absolutely no idea how or why she passed away. This event has caused the deepest kind of grief to well up from my soul. I lost my own son five years ago at age 20, and my husband and I still have many serious questions about how that came to be. Our son’s illness came out of nowhere a year after he was given the HPV vaccine, which was unnecessary. It is time to end this kind of pain and suffering, and time to end this absurd idea of a vaccine mandate.

People, please download the CHD Toolkit, read it, learn more, share what you learn, and please write to your state and federal legislators today to tell them STOP! Please tell them to stop this nonsense, because the future health of our families and our nation is at stake here.

Ask the Rhode Island Senate to Approve Right to Continue for Terminally Ill Patients

For the fourth year, the RI House has passed the “Neil Fachon Terminally Ill Patients Right to Try Act.” This bill goes a step beyond the Federal Right to Try law, by allowing terminally ill patients the right to continue using experimental drugs in a hospital setting, and to continue using experimental drugs from clinical trials that have otherwise ended or been canceled, even though the patient may have been receiving benefit from the drug. The bill includes a waiver of liabilities for doctors and hospitals. You can find the bill, 2022-H 7393, on the State House website and read the House press release issued on 3/15/22 for context.

This bill is important to sustain the hope of terminally ill patients who wish to pursue what they believe is their best treatment option. This legislation is important to us, because our son, Neil Fachon, diagnosed with DIPG, was one such patient.

Each time the “Neil Fachon Terminally Ill Patients Right to Try Act” has come up in the RI House, the bipartisan bill has passed with unanimous approval. Each time the RI Senate has allowed the bill to languish and die with little or no debate. The bill has never reached the Senate floor. The will of the House has been summarily ignored. This has to change. The full Senate should engage with this bill and debate the merits on the open floor.

We need you to contact your State Senator and ask him or her to support H 7393, “The Neil Fachon Terminally Ill Patients Right to Try Act.” Also ask your senator to urge members of the Senate Health and Human Services Committee to introduce this bill to the Senate floor. If you contact your senator by email, please cc: Slegislation@rilegislature.gov. Let’s flood the Senate Clerk with emails. Together, we can raise a chorus to help redress this lapse in honoring the rights of the terminally ill.

With hope and gratitude,

Dean and Wendy Fachon

Written in Memory of Mom

Every morning when I eat breakfast, I look at a favorite watercolor rendering of sunflowers on the wall, across from where I sit. It was painted by my Mom. She was gifted. She loved flowers, she loved art, and she loved to create…

When we were kids and took family vacations, one of my favorite memories was when Mom would lead my sister, Sandy, and I in search of wildflowers. We would thumb through her field guide to identify the plant by its common name. Then we would place a sample of the flower inside the book to press it flat and save it. We would find Indian Paintbrush, Monkshood, Butter and Eggs, Queen Anne’s Lace and Black-Eyed Susan. We were enchanted by the names of the flowers, their striking colors and their amazing shapes. After the flowers dried inside the field guide, we would make wildflower art by arranging the flattened flowers on a piece of paper and glue them into place.

Another wonderful memory was traveling the south coast of France with Mom. Just the two of us. I had been studying in Paris, and she flew over after I completed my studies. Our adventure began in her hotel room in Paris. We poured through her travel guides, while we drank wine, nibbled on cheese and apples, and scattered baguette crumbs all over her bedspread. We made our plans, deciding which towns, which museums and which hotels, and we and planned a Eurail trip that would take us from Paris to Avignon, Carcassone and Marseilles. This was Mom’s first trip abroad, ever. The first of many trips, as she began traveling the world with Dad, shortly after this. She loved experiencing new cultures…

When Mom and Dad built their dream house in Florida, Mom dedicated one room to serve as her office and art studio. She spent many happy hours there, playing with her brushes and acrylic paints. She found inspiration from her travels, books and museums, and she loved playing with color to create all different kinds of landscapes. When I was visiting, she would invite me to view a work-in-process with a critical eye, and would welcome suggestions. She painted pictures for her own homes, and sometimes she painted for family and friends… which brings me back to the Sunflower painting on the wall. Thank you, Mom for the many, many ways through which you enriched our lives!

My mother, Elinor Nadherny, passed away last November at the age of 92. I continue to be blessed by her love and influence.

Angel Numbers

Turning to the next page I found a phone number, written upside down and at an awkward angle across the page. The phone number ended with an extension… 127… which was underlined… three times.

I turned the page again and found a silly poem.

The poem was surrounded with samples of a person’s signature… Emily something… written several times, the way someone practices a signature with the last name of a schoolgirl’s crush. One of the signatures at the top of the page had a halo drawn over the E.

The rest of the journal’s pages were blank… just waiting to be filled. Upon returning home, I went into our study, where one entire wall is bookshelves, floor to ceiling. An overflow of books laid in scattered piles across the floor in front of the shelves. From another shelf on the opposite side of the room I pulled out a reference book titled Angel Numbers 101, because I wanted to look up the meaning of underlined number – 127. The number 127 means “You’re on the right path… stay positive and keep doing what you are doing.”

I studied the signatures more and determined that Emily’s last name was Martin. Emily Martin. On a whim, I googled Emily Martin, which took me to emilymartin.com and a page about a book exhibit that had just opened in San Francisco (2012). The exhibit, mysteriously titled “Exploding the Codex,” was about books and storytelling. I read:

“These books go beyond the traditional format to unveil new ways of presenting and telling stories. Often theatrical or stage-like in their presentation, they pull the viewer into their individual dramas and diverse varieties of form and presentation. The exhibition explores the ways in which a book’s size and dimensions determine our relationship to it and what it is trying to tell us. One can choose between the intimacy of a tiny journal, private and curious, easily hidden as if keeping a secret between reader and teller…”

In that moment of reading, I imagined myself an actress, standing on a stage, surrounded by bookshelves, and holding a mysterious journal in my hand – a secret codex – and I was being pulled into storytelling of the most unconventional nature. Of course, it was all symbolic, and it was a powerful message.

And so, I share this message now, because I believe it is meant for all of us. We each author our own life narratives through our responses to our personal situations… our thoughts… our words… and our choices of action. Life is filled with mystery, and uncertainty, which often requires us to be patient as things continue to play out, and it requires us to respond creatively and positively. “We won’t be askew.” Smile and stay positive.

For tools to help you author your own life narrative go to this page.

The Mysterious Journal

True story. I found a leather-bound journal, standing upright in the middle of the road. I felt as if it had been standing there waiting for me. The leather was a deep burgundy red color and the cover was stamped with the symbol representing the “third eye.”

The third eye is

  1. one of the seven chakras, or spiritual energy points,
  2. associated with the pineal gland, which sits in the middle of the brain, behind the forehead,
  3. sometimes described as the mind’s eye, the powerful eye of one’s imagination and creative consciousness,
  4. also referred to as the “knowing” eye of intuition, the source of psychic ability.

Opening the journal, I found the imprint of a lipstick kiss on the inside cover. A mouth, ready to speak its secrets.

The first page had been torn out of the book, however, on the next page was an abstract drawing of strange faces and creatures. The drawing was simple, yet expressive, making it open to interpretation.

How would you interpret this drawing? What does it mean to you? Is it telling a story? Tap three times on your forehead to wake up your third eye, look at this picture, and write down what you see, think, and feel. Leave a reply to this creative challenge at the bottom of this page. Have fun with this exercise!

Read about what else I found in this journal here.



chakras: (yoga word) the seven centers of spiritual power in the human body

pineal gland: a tiny cone-shaped organ in the center of the brain that was important to philosopher René Descartes’ (1596–1650). He regarded it as the principal seat of the soul and the place in which all our thoughts are formed. Today, we know it functions primarily as a gland secreting melatonin, the “sleep hormone.”

philosophy: the study of the nature of knowing, being and reality

intuition: a natural power to know something without any proof; a feeling that guides a person to act a certain way without fully understanding why

interpretation: the action of explaining the meaning of something

Excerpt: A message of hope

From the last chapter, titled Final Words, in THE DIFFERENCE MAKER:

“Mom, when I passed, you went to the aspect of life that feels hopeless… you allowed yourself to experience that and let go of everything and say…

“’I’m not going to do a damned thing. I’m going to embrace what this hopelessness is, because I can’t jump past it and pretend it’s okay. It’s not okay. There is a side of life that is absolutely hopeless, and, God, you have to show up for us in that hopelessness, and I’m here in that hopelessness, wanting you to show up with me and for me, because humanity needs you to show up in that place of hopelessness now, because that seems to be running the show. That seems to be the all-pervasive power here, and we’re not going along with it anymore. We can’t, please help me. Show me. Help me to experience the transcendence that we can [back] to life, from that place of hopelessness, because so much of the world is in that hopelessness.

“‘So, I’m here. I know what it feels like. I’m relating to them. It feels like ‘Why do anything? It doesn’t matter.’ Why transcend when you take two steps and you’re knocked back down. Or why birth a child into existence only to have to let go of them and not be able to see them fulfill their life? Why come here with all this brilliance and transcendence, and yet what controls this world wants to suppress it and rip it apart… and cover it and make evil appear like the way to go… and when does it change? When does it actually change? When do we get to see the results?’

“And so it’s perfect, because in the extreme polarity, when it seems like we’re already headed for extinction, [there’s an] agreement to reemerge from your own divine authority, except that God is reminding you that you will never be alone… now imparting [this] at an accelerated rate… many on earth are not from the original blueprint of God… message will reach those from the true organic source Mother Father God… moving into the vibration of love… God spark God power within them… restore… move through inertia to the other side of this suffering… even in helplessness, all humanity will be fulfilled in their destinies in this time of great change. God is present in all hearts, needs no intercession… Realm of Cause…”

I received this message 1-1/2 years before the pandemic began and was prompted to start writing a book for young people. The worries my son, Neil, faced five years ago – environmental, social and health challenges – have intensified for many of today’s youth, yet the lessons Neil left behind are all the more relevant. THE DIFFERENCE MAKER is a collection of stories written to help guide young people through a world of suffering to where they can step into their own great power. While the journey requires faith, courage and perseverance, the rewards are purpose, fulfillment and a realization of the highest form of love. I urge young people “to claim your inner wisdom and strength, to remember to view your life as a story with a higher purpose, and to take a conscious hand in writing that story.

Go to book download page.

Get in touch with me – storywalkerwendy@gmail.com.


Today is Neil’s 24th Birthday, and I imagine he is celebrating up among the stars. 20 years ago, after visiting the Kennedy Space Center at Cape Canaveral, we celebrated Neil’s birthday with an astronaut theme, unaware that 15 years later he would become a Cancer Moonshot kid… diagnosed with DIPG.

In 1962, when I was four years old, astronaut Neil Armstrong’s 3-year-old daughter, Karen “Muffy,” died of DIPG. How is it that in 1969, we could put a man on the moon (Neil Armstrong), and yet, over fifty years later we are still unable to save a child from dying of pediatric brain cancers like DIPG? Fifty years later, oncologists are still targeting tumors with radiation and without improving outcomes.

In January 2017, Vice President Joe Biden announced the Cancer Moonshot campaign to increase resources for cancer research and improve coordination across the research community. March 4, 2017, we attended Neil, 19, as he met with an oncologist to view MRI images, receive his diagnosis of DIPG and an estimate of three months life expectancy… unless he decided to undergo 30 days of radiation, in which case, he might have six months of life expectancy. We were told there was no cure. There were, however, clinical trials studying new drugs and procedures for DIPG treatment, and we were told to start doing our own research into these options.

Neil declined radiation, and we quickly set about to doing the research. At age 19, Neil was too old to qualify for many pediatric studies and too young for adult studies. We discovered an FDA-approved Phase II clinical trial opening in April. It was located in Houston, home of the Johnson Space Center. We had to dig through an inordinate amount of negative media, about the researcher and his protocol, in search of the truth. Neil skyped with a 29-year-old DIPG survivor of five years, who had used this therapy and been cured of something for which there was no known cure. Neil based his decision on information gathered from books, research results published in medical journals, documentaries, personal conversations and the following simple facts:

  1. The antineoplaston treatment the survivor spoke of was non-toxic, and it worked for her after all standard protocols had failed her.
  2. The DIPG clinical trial was the only trial that did not require prior radiation and was open to all age cohorts.
  3. The treatment sought to address an underlying systemic deficiency – the absence of an essential peptide in cancer patients, which is produced in the bodies of healthy people, as detected in both blood and urine.

Neil was the first patient to enroll in the new DIPG Phase II trial at the Burzynski Clinic, involving the administration of antineoplaston formulations A10 and AS2-1. The day he began his infusions, however, Dr. Burzynski received a letter from the FDA announcing suspension of the trial. We sat with Neil, as he reviewed the letter and related documents with the doctor. A highly accomplished chess player and science student, Neil quickly saw this as a false move in an ongoing high stakes chess game that the agency had been playing with this particular doctor for many years. While the U.S. government was launching its Cancer Moonshot campaign, the agency was going to control who could participate and who could not. Many barriers were placed between Neil and his dream of a pursuing a cure. He knew there was no guarantee, however, he strongly believed in his freedom to choose for himself and his Right to Try what he thought would give him the best chance for survival. As a cancer patient given three months to live, he fought hard for his life on numerous fronts, and he overcame great odds to survive for almost a year, without radiation treatment.

For over fifty years, billions of dollars have been spent searching for a cure for cancer. It is a huge money-making scheme for the industry players. My hope is that we will dedicate dollars to idetify and correct the underlying causes – peptide deficiencies, vitamin and mineral deficiencies, toxic chemicals and metals deposited in tissues (from tap water additives, herbicides and vaccines), leaky gut and gastro-intestinal biome imbalances, etc. Perhaps the answers are not up among the stars. Perhaps they are down here at Ground Zero.

May 17 is DIPG Awareness Day, and the DIPG community is working hard to make this a national resolution. Join us on the “DIPG Advocacy Group” on fb #moonshot4kids.

Happy Birthday, Neil!

What Color are Your Emotions?

This week we launched our pilot literacy program, The Reading Makes a DifferenceTM Empowerment Project, in which elementary students will be participating in a three-week read-a-thon to earn Jester books and Jester dolls to be sent from our program partner, The Jester & Pharley Phund, to pediatric cancer patients at Hasbro Children’s Hospital.

Today Gail and I read The Color Monster with the kids and talked about the colors of our emotions. We also studied the colors of the borders in The Jester Has Lost His Jingle.and how the colors relate to the mood of the story characters. Then we asked the kids to create emoji pages to express their feelings. A trio of boys drew these pictures…

One of the girls framed her Joyfull emoji with a rainbow-colored border…

Would you like to see some more?

Thank you to the Pawtucket Credit Union for granting us the funding to make this pilot program possible. Stayed tuned for more fun!

Also this month, I’m debuting a new show on internet radio, as the host of the Story Walking Radio Hour. Mark your calendar tune in next Monday at 9am or 9pm on dreamvisions7radio.com. I’ll be interviewing Gail and talking about the Jester, the Reading Makes A DifferenceTM Empowerment Project and other exciting projects.

The Unspoken Secrets of Trash

Trash and litter will tell us a lot, if we take time to consider their presence. Yesterday, on returning from a walk around the block, I found four pieces of trash at the edge of our lawn. Curiously, all four pieces were white – a piece of paper towel, a thin sheet of plastic packaging foam, a plastic snack pack with a picture of a goofy snowman and a dryer sheet. White trash!

The term “white trash” is a derogatory term that refers to the wretched and landless poor white people who have existed from the time of the earliest British colonial settlement to today’s hillbillies. This white trash in our yard, however, was something different.

I have been teaching third grade students about single-use plastic, which is plastic unfit for the recycle bin that ends up in a landfill. Single-use plastics include styrofoam packaging materials, potato chip bags, plastic netting (used to bag ham, fruits and vegetables), snack packaging, candy wrappers and the list goes on. When people start to notice all the single-use plastic being tossed into the waste basket, it can be surprising just how much there is.

I got to wondering about the dryer sheet? How bad could a dryer sheet be to the environment. I looked for an ingredients list on the Bounce box sitting above our clothes dryer. No ingredients were listed, so I did some online research. The ingredients were missing from the manufacturer’s website. Then I found myself on Dr. Axe’s website where I read, “the current United States Consumer Product Safety Commission does not require dryer sheet manufacturers to list actual ingredients, including the chemicals used in fragrance blends.”

Further down the web page I read, ” In one of the most interesting studies to date, pioneering fragrance researchers Anne Steinemann, PhD, a professor of civil and environmental engineering, looked at the chemicals spewing out of dryer vents… Seven hazardous air pollutants and 25 volatile organic compounds (VOCs). Some of these, including acetaldehyde and benzene, are not safe at any level. (These are also pollutants that commonly spew out of vehicle tailpipes.)”

Steinemann comments, “These products can affect not only personal health, but also public and environmental health. The chemicals can go into the air, down the drain and into water bodies.” Time to stop wasting good money buying dryer sheets. They’re trash.

Yes, trash and litter will tell us a lot, if we take time to consider their presence.

Read my recent article about Clean Ocean Access and how the organization is working on getting plastic waste off our beaches and out of our waterways.

New Revelations

Wednesday, October 26, 2011 – Revelations 3:23? I bought a copy of the Steve Jobs biography and turned to page 323. There was nothing of interest there. Then I turned to Chapter 3 and counted 23 paragraphs in, where I found an intriguing story. It told of Job’s strange relationship with the manipulative spiritual leader Robert Friedland. Apparently, Friedland ran a commune called All One Farm. It was an experiment in socialism. Socialism is a system of ownership where all the members of the community share in the work and the final product.

Jobs would spend weekends at the farm, seeking enlightenment and pruning the Gravenstein apple trees. According to the book, “’Steve ran the apple orchard,’ said Friedland. ‘We were in the organic cider business. Steve’s job was to lead a crew of freaks to prune the orchard and whip it back into shape.’”

The commune was supposed to be a refuge from materialism. Materialism is the belief that comfort, pleasure, and wealth were of highest importance. Friedland’s cult followers were told to chop and sell firewood, and to make apple presses and wood stoves, for which they were not paid. Jobs and the other workers soon became disenchanted; they missed their comforts and having independence and control over their own lives. One by one they left the apple farm.

Experiments in socialism throughout history have always failed, largely due to the leadership of self-serving men who did not respond to individual needs and did not reward the individuals adequately to succeed as a whole. Having learned valuable lessons about managing and motivating people, he was inspired to create a new model of social enterprise. His management philosophy led to the innovative culture and broad market reach that came to define Apple Computer.

The Wall Street Journal article ended with this conclusion about Jobs: “We will not soon see his like again. Let us hope that when we do, it is soon enough to help us deal with the troubles that this century, and every century, will bring.”

Apple’s advances in technology now connect individuals around the world more readily with one another. Apple ipads and iphones give their owners access the internet and its vast amounts of information, multiple messenging options, numerous social media sites and millions of products. The internet is a veritable “Tree of Knowledge,” and the beguiling serpent of temptation is the biology of addiction, arising from the overuse of such portable devices. As with alcohol, drug and gambling, such addiction this brings a lack of discernment, senseless spending and a disconnect with reality. Children and teens are especially susceptible, and research is showing that these devices interfere with healthy brain, social, emotional, spiritual and physical development.

Living in an overly busy, noisy world of information-overload, how can people possibly listen to their own intuition, recognize the wisdom of others and think for themselves? This will require individuals to make a conscious effort to step back from technology and seek moments of inactivity and silence, in order to be able to reflect on who they really are, reclaim their independence and regain control over their lives. There is a healthier balance to be found between people’s technological, material and spiritual lives. Furthermore, everyone holds the potential to connect with the spiritual forces waiting to provide the guidance that can empower humanity collectively. Indeed, humanity has the potential to reshape the world into one that benefits all beings. Moving through the Information Age, perhaps the next step in human evolution is awakening to such a reality.

One common theme among my Storywalker stories for children and parents is the idea of slowing down and finding time to rest in silence, so as to be able to hear both the inner and outer voices of Spirit and to reflect on what is heard.