It has been a while since I last posted. Where have I been? Well I have been down a rabbit hole, all in the search for health. And boy is it some rabbit hole. It is some maze once you get down there, and there have been times when my head felt like it was in a spin, pretty much like this picture.
What I have found is very controversial, and I have been reluctant to speak out about it, but the more I read, the more I realise the time is NOW to stand up and speak out. It is a topic that divides camps, sets sisters against sisters, mothers against mothers, each insistent that their camp is the right camp. Do you know what I am referring too?
Now I believe that there are very few mother’s who don’t want the best for their baby. If they don’t, then I am going to judge them as mentally ill. So for the purpose of this debate, I am going to say that mother’s want the very best for their children. But in my 40 years of working in a variety of health provider settings, I do not believe that we are healthier than when I started my nursing career. And I started to ask why?
What I found was a truth that was not easy to hear. Our health service is failing us. Why? Because we have been taught half a story about something that is so wide-spread, and it goes back hundreds of years.
Do you remember being taught at school, that Jenner saved the world from smallpox, by observing that milkmaids who had contracted cow-pox were immune from the disease? He thought it was a good idea to “innoculate” people with the pus obtained from the pustules. How gross. Can you imagine taking the pus out of a blackhead, and scratching a new born’s skin and smearing pus into it. Well that is basically what Jenner did. And we were taught that smallpox was kept in check, and eventually eradicated. Only they failed to tell us that when the smallpox innoculation became mandatory, the incidence of smallpox actually went up, not down.
In Italy, where they over-vaccinated, small towns of a few thousand population had vast numbers of cases of smallpox. Towns such as Badolota, population 3,800, had 1,200 cases. That is almost a third of the population had smallpox despite being vaccinated. You can read far more about smallpox and all the other infectious and contagious diseases, in Dr Suzanne Humphries book “Dissolving Illusions“. Why did it not stop then? Why did people not see that it wasn’t working. Somehow or other the medical profession has us believing that they know better than the rest of us, without a medical degree, but believe me when I say, “there is nobody more educated than a mamma who has a vaccine injured chid”
They become an autodidact on the subject. Self taught without a formal education. They have spent hours listening to Dr Sheri Tenpenny, Del Bigtree, Robert F Kennedy Jnr, Prof Chris Exley, Brandy Vaughan, Dr Susanne Humphries, Judy Mikovits PhD to name just a few.
They chose a pathway of informed choice, which is our right before any medical procedure. But how often have we blindly done what our doctor told us to?
Please come and join me as I try to explain why I think that vaccines are not all they are cracked up to be.
Blessings and Health