The flu vaccine is given in two doses to infants, 1 at 6 months and 1 at 7 months of life. That’s an accumulative dose of 25 micrograms of mercury. This baby that should not be receiving 1 microgram of mercury or even less than 1 microgram of mercury is being exposed to over 100 times the FDA and EPA safe limit from mercury exposure in that one injection. It’s not spread over some time. It’s one injection and all of a sudden, we’re subjecting that young infant to mercury.
As a parent of a child who has a neurological disability because of vaccine injury, it’s unconscionable to include these neurotoxins as ingredients. It’s been shown it’s not just mercury. It’s also aluminum, which is an adjuvant, a component that increases the non-specific immune response. It’s added to magnify the immune response when somebody gets a vaccine with an antigen in it. It is in the birth hepatitis B, DTaP, and Haemophilus influenza B vaccine. The safe limit for aluminum exposure for an infant is 17 micrograms. We give the Hepatitis B shot that’s 250 micrograms of aluminum or over 10 times the safe limit on the first day of life. Why are we doing this?
Most do not know that vaccination is actually a religious superstition masquerading as a medical treatment. Many attribute the practice of vaccination to the quack doctor Edward Jenner (1749-1823). The very word vaccine is from the Latin word for cow. Jenner pulled a trick. He renamed cowpox variolae vaccinae, from which we get the word vaccine. Jenner called the cowpox that he injected into humans variolae vaccinae. Jenner’s theory was that it would make them immune from smallpox. While Jenner is often credited with the cowpox/smallpox hypothesis, it can be traced past Jenner’s first experiments in 1796 to a farmer, Benjamin Jesty (1736-1816), who first used cowpox to innoculate against smallpox in 1774. Cowpox is a disease of cows’ udders and has no relation to smallpox, except they both have the suffix “pox” in their names. Indeed, variolae vaccinae, which means smallpox of the cow, is a made-up disease. There is a disease called cowpox and a disease called smallpox, but there is no such disease as smallpox of the cow. Jenner was running a medical scam.
The esteemed Dr. Charles Creighton, writing in the Ninth Edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, described Jenner’s representation of cowpox as “smallpox of the cow” as “arbitrary and untenable.” He explained that cowpox and smallpox are infections that are quite unlike one another. Dr. Creighton further explained the dangers of Jenner’s cowpox vaccination. He listed five diseases caused by vaccination: “1) erysipelas, (2) jaundice, (3) skin eruptions, (4) vaccinal ulcers, and (5) so-called vaccinal syphilis.” Dr. Creighton noted a 50% increase in infant deaths from syphilis after compulsory vaccination was instituted in England in 1853. Dr. Creighton opined that vaccination may predispose infants to be beset by illnesses because the vaccines “produce a considerable constitutional disturbance,” rendering the infant’s immature immune system unable to resist diseases. Tragically, this often caused the premature death of children or, if they survived, lifelong illness and frailty.
The term vaccination did not exist until Edward Jenner (1749-1823). Before Edward Jenner, the method of gaining immunity from smallpox was called variolation, a name drawn from variola, the scientific name for smallpox. The Chinese of the 15th century practiced a form of variolation where a practitioner would use nasal insufflation, where the recipient would suck powdered smallpox scabs into his lungs. The more common method was for the practitioner to dip a swab or other implement into a smallpox pustule and then introduce that smallpox material into a cut or poke a needle containing the material into the recipient’s skin. This process was thought to give the recipient a mild case of smallpox but lifelong immunity from smallpox thereafter. This process of implanting a disease agent in a person is also called inoculation.
Although inoculation is based on the germ theory, it predates the alleged discoveries of Louis Pasteur (1849–1895) by hundreds of years. Indeed, both inoculation and the germ theory began their existence not as scientific discoveries but as religious superstitions. The Hindu superstition was transformed into “science” by Louis Pasteur through plagiarism and fraud. Pasteur falsely took credit for the discoveries of Antoine Bechamp. He then twisted the science of Bechamp through fraud to conjure the myth of his germ theory as the cause of illness. Pasteur’s germ theory for the cause of disease is the basis for the quackery and sin of the modern practice of vaccination. Bechamp’s legitimate science-backed terrain theory for the cause of illness did not serve Satan’s interest in killing, injuring, and enslaving mankind. And so Pastuer was promoted, and Bechamp was suppressed. Christians are called on to “keep that which is committed to thy trust, avoiding profane and vain babblings, and oppositions of science falsely so called: Which some professing have erred concerning the faith.” 1 Timothy 6:20.
Burroughs Wellcome Pharmaceutical Company presented at the 17th International Congress of Medicine in London, England, in 1913, “The History of Inoculation and Vaccination for the Prevention of Disease.” In 2005, GlaxoSmithKline Pharmaceutical Company absorbed Burroughs Wellcome in a merger of the two companies. The 360-page International Congress of Medicine lecture memoranda from Burroughs Wellcome explain that inoculation against disease was started by Dhanwantari, the Vedic father of medicine, in 1500 B.C. In an account given in 1757 by one Howell, inoculation was practiced by itinerant Brahmins who went from house to house. Brahmin is the highest Varna in Vedic Hinduism. Brahmin came from the term Brahman, which is a magical force. The practice by the Brahmin required the recipients of the inoculation to “make a thanksgiving, Poojah, or offering to the goddess on their recovery.” Poojah is a Hindu word meaning worship, prayer, and offerings to a god or goddess.
The goddess to which an offering was to be made was Sitala, the goddess of smallpox, who “is the preeminent tutelary deity of villages in southwestern Bengal, and a goddess of the same name has a prominent role in Hindu pantheons throughout northern India.”
Pharmaceutical companies know full well that inoculation is a religious rite masquerading as a medical treatment. Below is a native drawing from India published in the Burroughs Wellcome lecture memoranda depicting a Malaba woman invoking the Hindu goddess of smallpox. The caption is as it appeared in the Wellcome Pharmaceutical Company lecture memoranda. Malabar is a region along the southwestern coast of India.
Dr. Charles Creighton, M.A., M.D. (1847-1927) was a recognized authority in epidemiology. He had orthodox views of vaccination and believed them to be efficacious and safe. He was selected by the publishers of the Encyclopedia Britannica, Ninth Edition, to write the article on Vaccination. He did original and exhaustive research. His research opened his eyes to the reality that vaccines were ineffective and dangerous. Dr. Creighton continued his research and wrote a book titled Jenner and Vaccination: A Strange Chapter of Medical History. Dr. Creighton explained that the book was written as he tried to find out “how the medical profession in various countries could have come to fall under the enchantment of an illusion.” One notable statistic that Dr. Creighton cited in his Encyclopedia Britannica article was that “in Bavaria in 1871 of 30,742 cases [of smallpox] 29,429 were in vaccinated persons, or 95.7 per cent., and 1,313 in the un-vaccinated, or 4.3 .per cent.
Upon reading Dr. Creighton’s article in the Encyclopedia Britannica, Prof. Edgar M. Crookshank, who was the bacteriologist of King’s College, did his own independent research on the efficacy and safety of vaccines in an attempt to assail the findings of Dr. Creighton. He was not able to refute Dr. Creighton’s findings. He ended up writing two volumes titled, The History and Pathology of Vaccination, in which he presented unrefutable proof that vaccination was “uncertain, unscientific and dangerous.”
Herbert Spencer (1820-1903), biologist, could not understand how people could defend the “medical popery” of vaccination while condemning religious popery. Notice Dr. Creighton reported that in Bavaria, 95.7% of the persons infected with smallpox were vaccinated against smallpox. That not only proves that the vaccines do not work, it shows that the vaccines cause the persons to be more suspetible to the illness they are supposed to prevent. The vaccination compromised their immune system, causing them to be more vulnerable to disease. There is no other explanation for the high percentage of vaccinated persons with smallpox. Dr. Viera Scheibner, Ph.D. principal research scientist and author of Vaccination: 100 Years of Orthodox Research, explains:
The immunological research in the last 100 years has been demonstrating that vaccines actually do not immunize … So, even the word immunize is incorrect, because that would imply that the vaccines actually immunize; they don’t, they de-immunize, they suppress the immunize system, and all they cause is a harmful immune response.
Dr. William Howard Hay in a 1937 address to the Medical Freedom Society explained how previously healthy children were struck with lifelong illness upon being vaccinated:
It is now 30 years since I have been confining myself to the treatment of chronic diseases. During those 30 years I have run against so many histories of little children who had never seen a sick day until they were vaccinated and who, in the several years that have followed, have never seen a well day since. I couldn’t put my finger on the disease they have. They just weren’t strong. Their resistance was gone. They were perfectly well before they were vaccinated. They have never been well since.
If vaccines are so clearly ineffective and dangerous, why are they falsely propagandized as safe and effective? Because the mantra of “safe and effective” is not based on science. It has become an unassailable religious maxim. It is a religious doctrine that cannot be questioned. All doctors who question the safety and effectiveness of vaccines will find themselves defrocked and relieved of their priestly duties. The so-called “science” of vaccines is a heathen religious practice. It is born of superstition and nurtured by money. The modern doctor administering vaccines is no different from a shaman priest who scares his victim into blindly following his edicts. Brett Wilcox, in his book, Jabbed, explains:
Until fairly recently, traditional religion has provided the predominant paradigm that gives comfort in and purpose to pain, suffering, injustice, and death. Religion offered protection from bad weather, malignant spirits, vile people, and poor health. As the influence of religion decreased in modern society, the influence of the religion of Scientism took its place. Germs replaced evil spirits. Doctors replaced shaman. Pharmaceuticals replaced amulets and icons. And vaccines replaced prayers, ceremonies, and rites of passage.
Brett Wilcox correctly characterizes the modern practice of Vaccinology as a religious rite dressed up as science.
Framing government, medicine and pharma in a religious context may rankle those who have abandoned the confusion and chaos of religion for the perceived certainty of science, but science—as practiced in the modern profit and power-driven paradigm—is no less of a salvation-offering religion than is Christianity, Judaism or Islam. Pure science, on the other hand, is a method for uncovering facts and their interrelationship, but hardly worthy of worship. People of business have co-opted science and turned it into Scientism, the religion for the masses. Scientific bodies have displaced religious bodies just as scientific journals have displaced holy writ. The phrases “All scientists agree” and “The science is settled” have displaced phrases such as “God says” or “The Bible says.”
Attorney William Wagner explains in his book, Vaccine Epidemic, how the government has replaced God in the minds of the people, who do not question the edicts of government bureaucrats. The commands of the government to get vaccinated are not based on objective truth but rather on public policy dogma.
People have lost sight of the truth that “the life of the flesh is in the blood.” (Leviticus 17:11) They are thus easily tricked into polluting their blood with vaccines. They do not realize that vaccination is a religious ritual wherein the blood is contaminated.
The religion of Vaccinology ever so subtlety gains converts to its sacrament of vaccination by tricking people into thinking that the belief system of Vaccinology is different, it is superior, it is “science.” The deluded masses do not perceive that they are being hoodwinked into turning from reliance on Almighty God in heaven to faith in science on earth.
The disciples in this new religion of Vaccinology are kept ignorant of the cost to their bodies and souls. But the cost is real; they are being sacrificed by poisoning and, tragically, unwittingly sacrificing their children to the gods of Vaccinology.
History testifies how heathen religions like Islam and Roman Catholicism use government force to gain converts and maintain adherents. Historically, the synergy between religion and government has been close and mutually beneficial. The government-authorized heathen religion keeps the people docile and obedient to the oppressive government, while the government offers special protections to the religion. The force of government is used to eliminate religious competition. The primary target for government persecution is Christianity. That is because the kingdom of Jesus Christ is a spiritual kingdom that is not of this world. The Christian Church is outside the control of the government, and thus it is viewed as an enemy.
Jesus answered, My kingdom is not of this world: if my kingdom were of this world, then would my servants fight, that I should not be delivered to the Jews: but now is my kingdom not from hence. Pilate therefore said unto him, Art thou a king then? Jesus answered, Thou sayest that I am a king. To this end was I born, and for this cause came I into the world, that I should bear witness unto the truth. Every one that is of the truth heareth my voice. (John 18:36-37)
A follower of Jesus Christ is called on to be unspotted by the heathen practices of vaccination. “Pure religion and undefiled before God and the Father is this, To visit the fatherless and widows in their affliction, and to keep himself unspotted from the world.” James 1:27. We are not to take part in heathen religious practices like vaccination. See 2 Corinthians 6:14-18.
What is the religion of “scientism” to do when people object to their vaccine ritual? Simple, it uses its government partner to coerce people to get vaccinated. Laws and regulations mandate vaccinations before children can attend public or private schools. Similar regulations mandate vaccines for healthcare workers. The Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services stated: “Strategies that Work: Make the [flu] vaccinations mandatory for employees. Consequences of non-vaccination may result in termination or suspension of employment.” And, as has happened recently with the COVID-19 vaccines, the laws are being expanded to the entire population. Indeed, the government has mandated experimental (COVID-19) vaccines for whole swaths of the population.
Vaccinology is a belligerent religion. It will seek to persecute those who are of a different faith. The heathen priests of Vaccinology are of the flesh. They will persecute those who have the Spirit of Jesus Christ. The Bible informs us “that was born after the flesh persecuted him that was born after the Spirit, even so it is now.” Galatians 4:29.
The fact that most states allow for religious exemptions to vaccination testifies that vaccination is a religious practice. But the pharmaceutical industry, through its wholly controlled auxiliary, the American Medical Association (AMA), has been lobbying governments to disallow religious exemptions for vaccinations.
The AMA has stated that it will try to eliminate all religious exemptions for vaccinations. In its 2015 newsletter, the AMA said, “the AMA will seek more stringent state immunization requirements to allow exemptions only for medical reasons.” The AMA bemoaned the fact that “only two states bar non-medical exemptions based on personal beliefs.”
Vaccination is justified on the same basis as sacrificing children to Molech. God calls it an abomination to sacrifice children to Molech. The heathen religious practice was to immolate the children to appease the pagan god, Molech. God states: “And thou shalt not let any of thy seed pass through the fire to Molech, neither shalt thou profane the name of thy God: I am the LORD.” (Leviticus 18:21)
Parents would sacrifice their child to Molech to gain future protection against disease, famine, and war. There was tremendous pressure put on families to sacrifice their children for the greater good of the community. It was viewed as beneficial to sacrifice a few for the benefit of the many.
That is the same reasoning behind vaccination. It is understood that vaccines are inherently dangerous and will kill and injure some of those who are vaccinated. Indeed, the pharmaceutical companies and the government acknowledge that vaccines are inherently dangerous, which is the basis for the government granting pharmaceutical companies immunity from civil liability. Notably, the pharmaceutical companies and governments tell the public those same vaccines are safe and effective. The mantra of “safe and effecive vaccines” is superstitious dogma, not science. The government thinks it is beneficial to sacrifice a few for the benefit of the many even when they know that there is no benefit to the many.
In the case of the COVID-19 vaccines, Dr. Toby Rogers calculated that “[f]or every one child [allegedly] saved by the shot, another 117 would be killed by the shot.” But the CDC, has nonetheless placed the COVID-19 vaccine on the childhood vaccine schedule, with beginning doses starting at six months of age. The vaccine schedule is applied in whole or part by school districts nationwide as a prerequisite to entering school.
Vaccination has much in common with the religion of Molech. It is the sacrifice of the few to protect the many. Doctors know that a certain percentage of children will die and be injured by vaccines. But as with the sacrifice of children to Molech, the medical community claims that “the benefits outweigh the risks and costs for many vaccines including polio, pertussis, measles, mumps and rubella. Thus, the use of these vaccines provides a net saving to society.” As with the worship of Molech, the few must be sacrificed for the benefit of society. Vaccination is the perverse ethic of doing evil that good may result. God calls such an ethic a damnable heresy. See Romans 3:8. God condemns it. The child sacrifices to Molech were ineffectual; it was based on mythology. In like manner, vaccination is ineffectual; it is also based on mythology. Just as Molech was no threat, so also viruses pose no threat. The sacrifice of the few to Molech did nothing to protect the many. In like manner, sacrificing the few to vaccination does nothing to protect the many. For example, it has been proven that the COVID-19 vaccine does not prevent the spread of the alleged virus known as SARS-CoV-2 and thus does not offer any immunity to the herd, as was alleged under the vaccine mandates.
There is scientific proof that the more vaccines administered to infants, the higher the infant death rate. But vaccination is not based on science; it is based on religion. The religion of Molech. Parents obediently march their children to the pediatrician, who, like a priest of Molech, administers deadly poison to the children. The religious mantra is that vaccines are safe and effective; only a few will die. The few must die for the benefit of the many. Among the many surviving children, there will be those who will suffer lifelong ailments. And like Molech, the protection is a myth.
The First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution prohibits the government from establishing a religion or interfering with the people’s God-given right to freely exercise religion. That means that the government is prohibited from requiring its citizens to engage in a religious ritual. The government cannot legally require anybody to engage in a religious rite, especially when it is known to cause death and disease. Vaccination is a heathen religious custom born from Satan’s hatred of God and man. The First Amendment protects the people from religious tyranny, even when the religion is cloaked with the false patina of science. The constitutional protection should be at its zenith when the religious rite is premised on a degenerate philosophy that evil must be done so that some good may come about. God warns us about just such so-called science that would be used to deceive us.
[K]eep that which is committed to thy trust, avoiding profane and vain babblings, and oppositions of science falsely so called: Which some professing have erred concerning the faith. Grace be with thee. Amen. 1 Timothy 6:20-21.
For more information about the dangerous quackery of vaccination read Vaccine Danger: Quackery and Sin.