The Origins of Vaccines Will Shock You!
Vaccinations were actually invented by the Jesuit Order by soldier, Francis Xavier as a method to poison the Order’s enemies. Edward Jenner was a Jesuit — who taught the medical world how to use the POISONED NEEDLE. He was the first to associate human diseases with that of animals. This idea paved the way for vaccination which is responsible for the deaths of multiplied millions of people around the world. The idea that humans and animals are related and share the same diseases led to the theory of evolution which is responsible for the spiritual death of multiplied millions more.
Jesuits introduce inoculation from India using Lady Montague as a smokescreen. Lady Montague wasn’t even a doctor. Women doctors did not appear until over 100 years later. In the year 1717, Lady Mary Wortley Montagu was the smokescreen that the Jesuits used to introduce this Indian religious rite into England. Lady Mary was not even a doctor. Inoculation or variolation was given the sanction of the Royal Family when 2 daughters of the Prince of Wales were inoculated. Barbaric as this religious rite was; it was the human disease of smallpox that was injected into the bloodstream. Inoculation was the FOOT-IN-THE-DOOR to prepare the people for something far worse.
Vaccination came from the Vatican via Great Britain
Definition of terms for this exposé. Vaccination and inoculation are often used interchangeably today.
To be immune from catching a certain disease e.g., childhood measles makes a person immune from catching measles for the rest of his/her life.
Injection of diseased matter of cows, calves, monkeys, pigs or other animals into the human bloodstream in order to make one immune from human diseases like smallpox.
The practice of injecting a human disease like smallpox into the bloodstream in order to make a person immune from catching smallpox.
Medieval Latin or scientific name for SMALLPOX – an exclusively HUMAN disease which is caused by the bite of a blood-sucking insect named Cimex Lectularius or the bedbug.
From the Latin word for COW. Name that was given to cowpox that Jenner injected into humans in order to make them immune from smallpox.
A disease of cows’ udders which is caused by milking cows with dirty or cut hands.
Medicine man Edward Jenner was the father of modern vaccination
Edward Jenner—a quack doctor— was the father of the filthy practice of vaccination:
Edward Jenner was an S.J. — a Slick Jesuit — who taught the medical world how to use the POISONED NEEDLE. He was the first to associate human diseases with that of animals. This idea paved the way for vaccination which is responsible for the deaths of multiplied millions of people around the world. The idea that humans and animals are related and share the same diseases led to the theory of evilution which is responsible for the spiritual death of multiplied millions more.
In the countryside in Gloustershire, England, where Jenner lived, the farmers had a legend or superstition that catching cowpox (a disease of cows which was transferred to the cows’ udders by unwashed or bleeding hands) would act like a charm or amulet to make them immune from catching the human disease of smallpox.
Medicine man Jenner took this local legend or old wives’ tale and turned it into a scientific FACT. He did this by first getting some scientific credentials (M.D., F.R.S. – Fellow of the Royal Society). Next he wrote a book and on the title page only he used the term VARIOLAE VACCINAE. This means in Medieval Latin: smallpox of the cow. Thus associating a human disease with a disease of the cow. There never was such a disease as smallpox of the cow until “Dr.” Jenner invented it for the title of his book.