Vaccine Residue & Disease Residue

Just Say NOVaccine residue is an assault on the immune system.

When a vaccine is injected into the bloodstream, the body’s natural defenses are bypassed.

Vaccines contain some obscene ingredients: mercury, lead, animal pus and diseased organ tissue. They have been linked with crib death (SIDS), autism, mental retardation, retrovirus, AIDS, and seizure disorders. Chickenpox, measles, and mumps, when experienced naturally, can stimulate and improve the immune system, but can also create residual problems.

Anthrax – Commonly used in chemical warfare, Anthrax residue is found in our atmosphere, and is often given as a vaccination to military personnel (chem trails are another possible source of Anthrax contamination). This is a bacterial disease of cows and sheep (Bacillus anthracis) and can be acquired through eating infected beef, goat, lamb, and mutton. It is also associated with the Herpes virus. Possible disease residue symptoms include abscess, cold sores or herpes infections, allergies, anxiety, dryness of lips, mouth, and organs of the body, hoof and mouth disease, intestinal upset, vomiting, tinnitus, headaches, inflammation of connective tissue, and spleen disorders.

Chickenpox – This infection appears as itchy red bumps, usually beginning on the belly, and then covering the body. If chickenpox residue settles in the pancreas, it can create an insulin imbalance, possibly leading to diabetes (which also opens the person to Coxsackie). Chickenpox disease residue can cause fever, headache, body aches, fatigue, loss of appetite, sore throat, and diabetes. It is associated with herpes, shingles, and hives.

Diphtheria – this infection is characterized by a false membrane on any mucosal surface, and sometimes on the skin. The miasm can interfere with breathing, and can cause paralysis or heart failure.

Distemper – the virus causes nerve damage in animals that is similar to multiple sclerosis in humans (beware of normally wild critters coming up to your house in broad daylight, unafraid of people or domestic animals). Can result in neurological disorders, irritability, split-mindedness, and multiple sclerosis.

D.P.T. (Diphtheria, pertussis, and tetanus) – infants given the DPT shot sometimes have trouble sucking. The effects of the vaccine residue (usually apparent by the age of 5) sometimes alter intelligence level and/or cause the child to sleep a lot. This often precedes unexplained convulsions by the time the child reaches puberty. DPT miasm can affect the upper respiratory tract, heart, and kidneys, causing soreness, fever, and swollen lymph glands.

Hepatitis B – this is a liver infection that can lead to chronic liver disease or liver cancer and is very contagious: commonly passed through sexual activity or sharing needles for intravenous drug use. Monkeys carry hepatitis B- their diseased kidneys are used to make the vaccine. Even though the benefits of this vaccine are in question, it is routinely given to infants when they are just a few days old, before they ever leave the hospital. Symptoms of Hep B vaccine residue include loss of appetite, dark urine, light colored stool, jaundice, and flu-like symptoms.

Influenza – causes high fever (usually worse at night), chills, aches and pains, fatigue, loss of appetite, respiratory problems; can result in complications such as encephalitis, pneumonia, croup, or seizures.

Measles – this illness can lead to convulsions, cysts (especially on the ovaries), deafness, ear infections, encephalitis, pneumonia, and even mental retardation. Symptoms include high fever, runny nose, cough, red watery eyes, conjunctivitis (pinkeye), rash/ spots on skin and sometimes inside the mouth. Its residue is associated with problems with the nerves, spine, and spinal fluid, and often underlies multiple sclerosis. Measles residue is also sometimes implicated in fertility problems.

Mumps – it’s important to rest when you have the mumps (Stay in bed!). Mumps can cause meningitis, deafness, encephalitis, and painful testicle inflammation in adolescent or adult males. Symptoms are fever, headache, chills, body aches, and swollen salivary glands (chipmunk cheeks). Mumps residue can progress into problems in the reproductive system in males AND females (infertility, ovarian cysts, prostate issues).

Polio – disease symptoms can vary from mild to extreme: abdominal pain, nausea, vomiting, flu-like symptoms, or stiffness. Polio can lead to muscle weakness, paralysis, permanent crippling, respiratory difficulties, and even death.

Rabies – Bites from infected animals can cause bleeding and shock. Rabies is deadly- if you are bitten by an animal you suspect has rabies, get immediate medical attention! Rabies residue can be passed genetically or through the food chain. Possible symptoms are convulsions, delirium, encephalitis, and paralysis.

Rubella (German measles) – complications in adult women include joint swelling, encephalitis, and miscarriage or birth defects in pregnant women. Rubella is distinguished by a very slight fever, faint pink rash, swelling of the lymph glands in the neck, groin, and armpits, followed by a rash on the face and neck.

Scarlet Fever – characterized by a swollen red tongue, scarlet fever often begins with a couple of days of fever, headache, rapid pulse, and sore throat, followed by a pink or red rash that feels rough, like sandpaper. The rash usually starts in the warm areas of the body- armpits, groin, behind the knees- then spreads to the trunk and extremities.

Smallpox – bedridden with backache for several days before appearance of skin eruptions. Small moles all over the body can indicate smallpox residue. Smallpox and chickenpox are both associated with the herpes virus.

Tetanus – a wound infected by tetanus bacteria can cause jaw swelling or puffy cheeks, and painful spasms and stiffness of all muscles. It affects the central nervous system, and can lead to lockjaw or even death. Tetanus vaccine residue can lead to TMJ problems in children or adults, and problems with sucking in infants.

Whooping Cough (Pertussis) – once rare, this disease is beginning to appear on a regular basis. Characterized by that definitive “whoop” sound, it starts with a slight fever, runny nose, and loose cough. It then turns into severe coughing spells that interrupt eating, drinking, and breathing. Whooping cough is associated with convulsions, seizures, pneumonia, and hemorrhage, and is especially dangerous in children under a year in age. Pertussis vaccine tends to settle in the back of the brain, and makes the lungs hospitable to lung flukes (parasites).

Yellow Fever– this acute infectious disease is carried by mosquitoes, and affects vision, making objects appear yellow. It can cause chills, fever, jaundice, hemorrhage, and vomiting.

For more on miasm:

Constrictors– they settle in the muscles and cause tightness or constriction.

Your hidden inheritance– genetic “re-coding” as a result of disease in your ancestry.

Miasm – a miasm shouldn’t be treated before the body is ready, and is usually the last thing to be addressed when clearing disease from the body.

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