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Q. How long has human originated vaccination been practiced?The following is quoted from: VACCINE and SERUM EVILS by Herbert M. Shelton
3500 years! (or more)
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I mentioned that the inoculation practice was introduced from the east. The date of the origin of this superstitious practice is hidden in the darkness of pre-history. Savage and barbaric peoples, in various parts of the world, practiced inoculation. It is thought to have started in India, where so many of our superstitions originated, and spread from there to Africia and Europe.
Well there you have the quick sketch of vaccine history. We will have more to say on the 1600-2000 time period elsewhere. Now-a-days, of course, the smallpox goddess has been renamed "Herd Immunity" and we still sacrifice children to this goddess even though the goddess still claims members of 100% vaccinated populations!
What success stories are connected with historical vaccination/inoculation?Q.Success stories?
Well, thats strange, only after sanitation and nutrition was changed in modern times does 'vaccine propaganda' finally get to claim a "success". Sanitation and nutrition are the basic causes of modern relatively disease free areas. See Plague for more info
How long has non-human originated vaccination [Innoculation] been practiced?Q.How long have humans, ticks, fleas and mosquitos co-existed?
The answer to that question is the length of time humans have been exposed to non-human inoculation. Has this non-human inoculation been of benefit to humanity? The party line is that such inoculation is harmful to health and of course since the sellers of insecticide and rat traps make money from keeping this idea alive, no serious effort is made to claim that non-human inoculation is beneficial. And we also will certainly NOT claim any benefits for tick, flea and mosquito inoculation. Our question is, how can human made mixes of vaccine be as 'good as' an insect byte? See next question.
Human versus non-human inoculation, which is best?Q.Is a doctors vaccination superior to a mosquito's bite?
Since the inoculation of insects siliva is 'bad for the health', we should avoid doctors vaccination even more. Unfortunately, the vaccinators claim their product is passed through several hosts which "weakens" the virus making the vaccine challenge to the body easier and thus more certain of benefit. Other questions in this series will address the 'illusion' that vaccines (basically cow-pus, rotting material and carcinogenic poison) benefit or are 'weak'.
How many lives could the plague vaccine have saved in 1300?Q.How many lives could the plague vaccine have saved in 1300?
Imagine the lack of sanitation in the 1300's. Garbage thrown in the streets, sewerage too. Water polluted. Food good in Summer, poor or rotting in Winter. A haven for rats and their fleas. The fleas bite each resident of the land on a daily basis. The flea siliva thus inoculates and booster shots each resident on a daily basis. Each individual capable of developing the so called "protective antibodies" would have already developed these "protective antibodies" and thus would have been "immune" according to the theory of immunity so widely aclaimed. Of course, this theory is false and if the residents of 1300 Europe had been vaccinated with a human originated plague vaccine the death toll would have been somewhat HIGHER. Prehaps not a lot higher but it certainly would not have been lower. Think about it. [Why Higher? Because the people's bodies would have been even more toxic, that is polluted with inner 'garbage' of which all vaccines consist. And internal garbage, or more politely expressed, toxicity, is the real cause of so called infectious diseases.]
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