To vaccinate or not to vaccinate. That is the question.
Hopefully, I can shed some light on it from the perspective of how your natural defenses and immune system is designed, but you can research all this for yourself too, so don’t just go by what I say. Educate yourself on this and make your own mind up. It’s very important that you do – not just for yourself, but also for your loved ones. If you only listen to what you are told (by me or anyone else) and don’t look into this yourself, you are making a very serious and grave mistake that could cost you your health, or even your life.
Here’s how I see it, from 30 years of studying human biology and physiology.
When a virus, bacteria or other pathogen enters your body, certain things happen, in a certain order, to protect you. It’s a wonderfully designed system that works remarkably well.
1. Your first line of defense is your mucous membranes. This helps trap pathogens before they can get into the bloodstream to infect you. Then those traps bugs are sent to the stomach, your second line of defense. Healthy eating and proper hydration keep these membranes working well and prevents them from drying out.
2. Your stomach acid kills off most of these bad bugs. This is why it’s important to have proper levels of stomach acid. Most people have too little, but that can be solved with healthy eating.
3. Your third line of defense is your gut microbes. 80% of your immune system lies in your gut, thanks to your microbiome – the trillions of bacteria that have many functions. A healthy and balanced microbiome is accomplished through exercise and healthy eating – especially organic, real food, rich in probiotics (i.e. fermented vegetables like sauerkraut, to name one example) and rich in prebiotics (i.e. resistant starch and certain fibers like Jicima, to name one example). It’s also important to eat a wide variety of foods for the best microbiome balance and diversity.
If the pathogen makes it past all these defenses and ends up infecting you, then your body goes through an extremely well-designed process to heal you.
1. Your body goes into a fever (if urgent enough) because pathogens hate heat. Plus, this activates messengers in your body to get white blood cells to the area to eat up the invaders. Also, this heat unfolds proteins in the cell, allowing them to interact with intracellular water, so when the water cools after the fever is gone, it forms a gel, which is the natural state inside a healthy human cell (aka EZ water, or structured water).
2. Next, your body goes into detox and expulsion phase, usually resulting in snot and/or phlegm, which serves to trap the dead invaders killed by the white blood cells for easy expulsion out of the body.
3. Lastly, your body creates antibodies to that invader so your body won’t host it again the next time that particular invader shows up. If it does come back knocking on the cell door, that cell says, “nope – I remember you and you’re not getting in.”
Now let’s look at how vaccines “work.”
A dead virus is injected, which bypasses all three natural steps in the defense phase listed above. By itself, this dead pathogen wouldn’t be strong enough to cause steps one or two in the healing phase listed above to happen, so that vaccine also includes a long list of various toxins and poisons to attempt to trigger healing phase step three above, but to also, hopefully, to bypass healing phase steps 1 and 2. The poisons are meant to create antibodies, so the immune system remembers everything that was presented to it, including the dead virus (hopefully), so in theory, the next time that virus comes a knocking, the cells won’t let it in.
The problem is since a bunch of other toxins accompanies that dead virus, the body gets confused with too many things to remember – instead of just one thing, as in the case above, with a natural pathogen, presented the natural way.
Plus, the virus was dead, so that didn’t leave a very big impression on the cells to remember. All they remember is an onslaught of various poisons at on point, so they start to develop an onslaught of various antibodies in a confused attempt to fight all those things that attacked all at once.
Since we weren’t designed for a blitz attack like this, it’s confusing to our body because nature doesn’t work that way. It presents one attacker at a time and the immune system responds to that one attacker. Multiple attackers force it into multitasking mode, which it’s not designed to do. It will try, but it will get confused and overreact, making mistakes, much like the human brain trying to multitask when it is supposed to be focused. It makes mistakes too. This is why people crash their car so often when they are texting and driving (and this is only two things at once).
Then multitasking mistakes in the body create unnecessary antibodies, new allergies, new intolerances, and unnecessary attacks on healthy cells, producing conditions like Hashimoto’s disease and other autoimmune responses, not to mention other conditions caused by the toxins in vaccines destroying healthy cells and normal processes, resulting in things like AD, ADD, autism, cancer, etc. Is it any wonder why we have so many autoimmune diseases, allergies, and intolerances nowadays? Things that make you go “hmmmmm….”
On a final note, have you ever noticed when a drug company comes out with a new vaccine, they claim up to a 90% success rate, but about a year later that percentage has usually been dropped to less than 40%?
Here’s the reason: When the drug is released, the FDA has approved it based on the studies submitted to them “proving” it’s safety and effectiveness. Since the FDA doesn’t do studies, they rely on submissions from outside sources, and guess who does those studies? Yep, the drug company who is trying to get their money-maker approved.
Conflict of interest much? Then, after about a year of that drug/vaccine being on the market, the 40% (or worse) success rate comes out because it has now been tested on real humans in the real world, under non-biased conditions.
Keep in mind that new success rate report is always inflated (or buried, or reported very quietly) because the FDA and the drug company don’t want to look completely incompetent (or have their scams exposed). When all this is taken into account, their drug isn’t really that much better (if at all) in many cases than people’s own immune systems.
But then there’s that nasty problem of the possibility of those horrendous side effects listed above…
Go ahead and call me an “anti-vaxxer.” I’ve been called worse. But you only get to do that if you have looked at both sides for yourself – especially the “research” – paying close attention to who funded it. Then if you still come to the conviction – beyond a doubt – that I’m wrong, go ahead and get your vaccinations but before you give them to your kids, take a second look because damaging your own health is certainly regrettable, but a loved one is a much harder pill to swallow.
I could cite hundreds of studies proving my opinion (here’s a place to start), but you need to look into this yourself, so it’s your own experience and not mine.
If you do care enough to research it for yourself, be sure to go into it without any agenda and a completely open mind void of any bias, which is common among people who have been vaccinated, or have had their kids vaccinated (especially with injury). I was very pro-vaccine until about 15 years ago and certainly regret receiving vaccines and subjecting my kids to them, but I didn’t know any better back then. Hopefully, I can help other people now – especially since vaccines have become many times more toxic in recent years and looking like that trend won’t be slowing down anytime soon.