Get your flu shot! Safe forpregnant women! Vaccines are safe and effective! How many of us hear this samething, from doctors, on the news, and advertised at our local drug stores? Allof us have, and many of us go ahead and follow this advice without trulyknowing what we are allowing ourselves to be injected with.
Are you aChristian? Against abortion? Did you know that many of vaccines have been grownon the cells of aborted babies? Doctors will tell you to stay away from tunafish while pregnant because of its mercury content but will badger you toreceive a flu shot that contains mercury. Ingestion verse injection is verydifferent and we will discuss this further later on. Many of the toxicchemicals contained in these vaccines are known to have a very serious adversereaction to the human body. Are these vaccines as safe as we are led tobelieve?Thequestioning of the safety of vaccinations can be dated back to the 1800s.
Inthe early 1800s a man by the name of Edward Jenner found a dairymaid Sarah Nelms to aid him with hisvaccination experiments. During his experiments he would collected the fluidfrom Sarah Nelms cowpox lesions on her hand and injecteda child with the fluid to observe if he contracted the disease. He did this todemonstrate that he could protect a child from smallpox if he infected him orher with the infested fluid from cowpox. Soon he discovered that the boydeveloped the disease. When he inoculated theboy again with the smallpox lesion, he noticed that no disease developed.
Withthis information he concluded that the protection was completed. Manypeople criticized Jenner’s ideas due to their sanitary, religious, scientific,and political objections. People believed it to be unsanitary for obviousreasons. Anyone injecting infected fluid from another person’s body into a humanis unhygienic. For religious reasons in Genesis 9:4, Leviticus 17:10-11, 17:14,Acts 15:20 and 29 informs us that blood represents the life force of human andanimal species and that human blood was to be kept pure under all circumstancesand free from contaminants such as animal cells, parts, and blood.
Not manypeople agreed with his scientific point of his “vaccination”. They did not likehis fact of how the disease spread and how “effective” it was. Last but not least,people objected to vaccinations because theybelieved it violated their personal liberty, a tension that worsened as thegovernment developed mandatory vaccine policies. It started in Massachusetts in1809 and then the policy spread all over the U.
S. Thereare many ingredients in vaccinations that we are unaware of. Many of theseingredients, if we injected them into our children behind closed doors, wewould surely face charges for neglect. Some of these ingredients go againstreligious beliefs and it is a shame that there is no informed consent regardingthose ingredients. Let’s take a look at some of those ingredients. 2-Phenoxyethanol (preservative), Aluminum, Bovinecasein (proteins in cow’s milk), Chicken Eggs, Insect cells (used to growviruses for the vaccine), MRC-5 (human diploid cells from an aborted 14 weekold boy in 1966 from the UK), Polysorbate 80 (also known as Tween 80), Porcine gelatin (used to protect thevaccine from freeze-drying or heat), Thimerosal (mercury), Vero Cells (AfricanGreen monkey cells) and WI-38 (human diploid cells from an aborted 3 month old girl).
Sounds kind of scary don’t youthink? Let’s take a closer look into some of these ingredients listed.