Vaccines & Health Principles
By: Vaccination Liberation, www.vaclib.org
The Germ Theory Is Flawed
Smallpox, Polio Hoax, Pasteur & Rabies
We frequently meet the belief that vaccines prevent disease. The apparent
success of vaccines rests on the real success of sanitation and proper
The apparent success of vaccines also rests on the 'Placebo effect' the power
of belief, and perhaps on symptom suppression rather than improvement of
Apparent vaccine success also depends upon the public mind believing that
the incidence of a disease was great without vaccine and declined
dramatically with the use of a vaccine.
Exaggerate the pre vaccine incidence and as long as the vaccine does not
cause a large number of cases of the target disease then the vaccine will
seem successful even if it is actually worthless.
Few people know that it is easier to be healthy without vaccines than it is with
them. Pediatricians who have had the opportunity to work with both
vaccinated and unvaccinated children are mystified by the fact that the
unvaccinated are healthier.
Some of course understand health principles and know that toxin internally,
not germs, is the primary cause of infectious diseases.
For 2000 years doctors looked at the world through the belief that 'bleeding
was therapeutic'. Not until the general education of the public lead people to
rebel against this mistake was it corrected.
Today many look at the world through the belief that 'vaccines work'.
However, as a mental exercise, we suggest you look at the world through the
Health is the outcome of a lifestyle, which results in cell structure, which is
well nourished, and toxin free.
Disease is the outcome of life style elements, which result in cell structure,
which is either flawed or toxic.
Life style elements, which create flawed cell structure, may be persistent
mental or emotional states; unbalanced nutrition or toxin, which can be the
result of external poison, ingested, breathed or absorbed, injectable poison,
poor digestion or poor elimination.
The two fundamental mistakes of vaccination are:
1. Virus "causes disease". In fact, frequently specific virus are found within a
body without disease. Sometimes a specific disease is found without an
2. Antibodies protect or neutralize virus. In fact, the vast majority of people
are immune to a specific disease even if antibodies to that disease have
never been developed.
The presence of specific antibodies in one's bloodstream does not prevent
developing the specific disease symptom. You cannot give a healthy person
an infectious disease simply by exposing them to virus.
Value of Vaccines Historically
If you look at the history of Smallpox vaccine you will discover that some
type of smallpox vaccine has been in existence for perhaps 3500 years and
some believe longer.
Yet not until sanitation and nutrition made inroads into infectious disease
incidence and mortality associated with infectious disease did vaccine
propaganda get to finally claim a 'success'.
It is clear that smallpox vaccine did very little to affect smallpox incidence and
a more critical study shows that where smallpox vaccination was practiced
either disease actually increased, including smallpox, or the decline was
slower compared to areas which did not make vaccination compulsory.
Then the next greatest 'success' of vaccine was the 'eradication' of polio. This
image of 'eradication' is sold to the public in spite of the facts:
Polio was declining before the vaccine was tested; vaccine test results were
'fiddled' to create the image of 'safe and effective'.
Polio incidence doubled shortly after the Salk and Sabin vaccines were put
into intensive use, after the vaccine introduction, the definition of polio
changed from 'paralysis for 24 hours' to 'paralysis occurring for 2 months'.
The definition of epidemic changed from 20 cases to 35 cases.
Polio as a disease name was given mostly to the unvaccinated and polio in
the vaccinated became meningitis, etc.
So polio eradication in the USA is another case of a disease decline
occurring in spite of vaccines not because of vaccines.
Given that the two greatest propaganda successes of vaccine are, a mistake,
and a deliberate fraud respectively, in addition to a general increase in
chronic diseases following vaccinations, you will forgive us for being
skeptical of the value of all vaccines and at a minimum require "adequate
scientific proof" of both effectiveness and safety before endorsing a vaccine
for even a 'Second Rate Health Program' description.
As vaccines can never be completely safe and can never be an adequate way
of achieving health, we reserve the "First Rate Health Program" description to
fit a life style that promotes health through a clean blood stream that is well
nourished, exactly the opposite of how vaccines operate.
If we can't prevent disease by injecting toxins into our bodies, how can we
First of all, we must begin by thinking health, rather than disease; of building
or creating something desirable, rather than avoiding or destroying
Freedom from illness is a by-product of thinking and building health, not of
Essentially, we build health by positive, thinking and balanced living. This
latter includes biochemical balance that is supported by eating fresh, whole,
natural foods, that is, foods that have not been refined, chemicalized, and
Theories come and theories go. Many of yesterday's theories and practices
in medicine are now regarded as medieval, for example, bloodletting and
What will tomorrow's savants think of our preoccupation with vaccination
and fighting germs?
Indeed, yesterday's knowledge frequently becomes today's superstition, and
today's knowledge tomorrow's superstition.
John Stuart Mill once said:
"It often happens that the universal belief of one age--a belief from which no
one was free, nor without an extraordinary effort of genius could, at that time,
be free--becomes to a subsequent age so palpable an absurdity that the only
difficulty is to imagine how such a thing can ever have appeared credible."
Let's look at a few of the legacies of the germ theory, beginning with some of
Pasteur's greatest "triumphs" --the supposed eradication of such diseases as
rabies, anthrax (sheep and cattle disease), pebrine (silkworm disease), and
indirectly, undulant fever, brucellosis, by the pasteurization of milk.
Since anthrax and pebrine are somewhat afield of our concern here, we shall
not explore the chicanery involved in the promotion of the idea that Pasteur
saved the livestock and silk industries.
It is largely a repeat of the opportunism mentioned and anyone wishing more
details on the subject may consult Hume's book.
Consideration of the other two diseases, rabies and undulant fever, has
important lessons for us since many people believe Pasteur saved the world
from the ravages of milk-borne diseases and the bite of mad dogs.
Let's begin with rabies.
Rabies, according to one medical dictionary, is an infectious disease caused
by a filterable virus that is communicated to man by the bite of an infected
Some of the symptoms listed are choking; tetanic spasms, especially of
respiration and deglutition (act of swallowing), that are increased by the
attempts to drink water or even the sight of water; mental derangement;
vomiting; and profuse secretion of sticky saliva.
And the disease is usually fatal. No wonder Pasteur, with his anti-rabies
vaccine, was so readily hailed as the savior of humanity from this frightening
scourge. Much has been made of the startling cure of 9-year-old Joseph
Meister, whom Pasteur "saved" from hydrophobia (rabies).
The cure seems less than miraculous when we discover that several other
persons, including the dog's owner, were bitten by that same dog on the
same day and continued in good health without receiving Pasteur's
Other children were not so fortunate. Mathieu Vidau died seven months after
being personally treated by Pasteur. Also, another child, Louise Pelletier,
died after receiving the Pasteur treatment.
Dr. Charles Bell Taylor, in the National Review for July 1890, gave a list of
cases in which patients of Pasteur's had died, while the dogs that had bitten
them remained well.
Apparently, then as now, organized medicine was using the police powers of
the state to enforce obedience to its doctrines: A French postman, Pierre
Rascol, along with another man was attacked by a dog supposed to be mad,
but he was not actually bitten, for the dog's teeth did not penetrate his
Pierre Rascol's companion, however, received severe bites. Rascol was
forced by the postal authorities to undergo the Pasteur treatment, which he
did from March 9 to March 14.
On April 12, severe symptoms set in, with pain at the points of inoculation.
"On the 14th of April he died of paralytic hydrophobia, the new disease
brought into the world by Pasteur. What wonder that Professor Michel Peter
complained: 'M. Pasteur does not cure hydrophobia: he gives it!'"
What happened to Rascol's companion who was severely bitten? He
refused to go to the Pasteur Institute and remained in perfect health! These
stories could easily be dismissed as anecdotal except that there are a great
many of them.
An article in the Archives of Neurology and Psychiatry (January 1951) gives
an account of two patients who became paralyzed after they had been
treated by the Pasteur vaccine.
A report in the Journal of the American Medical Association (January 14,
1956) relates that at a meeting of the Academy of Medicine in France it was
pointed out that the use of the Pasteur vaccination for rabies may be followed
as long as 20 years later by a disorder called Korsakoff's psychosis, which is
a state of delirium.
Twenty years later! It was also brought out at that same meeting that in a
study of 460 patients treated with the Pasteur injection, 20 died.
The Indiana State Medical Journal (December 1950) reports the case of a man
of 25 who received the Pasteur rabies treatment and became paralyzed from
the waist down and died shortly thereafter.
The authors say that: "no one knows what causes these paralytic reactions.
However, it has been definitely established, they say, that they are not caused
by the rabies virus.
In other words, vaccination, not rabies is the danger here. The authors go on
to quote Sellers, another authority, who believes that 'not hydrophobia but
rabiophobia is the most troublesome problem.' Fear of rabies, then, is what
we have to fear most. "
A story illustrating the power of suggestion to create sickness or health is
told by Millicent Morden:
A ten-year-old boy in town had been bitten by a dog, supposedly mad. Local
newspapers reported he was dying of hydrophobia. Flocks of curious
people were going to the house to enjoy the horrifying spectacle.
The offer of a drink of water would throw the boy into a convulsion. If any
object like a handkerchief or pencil were held near his head, he would growl,
snapping at it savagely with his teeth and frothing at the mouth. He
frequently uttered menacing growls like those of a vicious dog. The student
doctor hypnotized him and suggested that at 5 P.M. he would suddenly get
well. He left asking that a swarm of visitors be kept out.
At 5 o'clock the boy announced that he was well and wanted supper. The
crowd now wanted to see the one who had wrought the miracle in curing
hydrophobia. All wanted to be treated by him. This story, along with many
others, tends to support statements made by some doctors and kennel
owners that rabies is an imaginary disease.
In the same radio address (quoted above), Dr. Morden mentioned other
occasions when she entered a room where the patient was strapped down
and even held during convulsions by one or more attendants.
When she un-strapped the patient, dismissed the attendants, and assured
the patient there was no such disease, she said rapid recovery followed.
Dr. Robert Mendelsohn, who was unconditionally opposed to the rabies
vaccine because of well-documented neurologic damage and death from it,
tells of a medical officer in Canada, Dr. Peter Cole, who points to inferential
evidence that the disease is not as readily communicable to humans as is
Many kennel owners report that in 30, 40, and even 50 years of working with
dogs, they have never seen a case of rabies and that they and their
coworkers have been repeatedly bitten by dogs and have simply washed the
wound thoroughly with soap and water and that was the end of It.
Time magazine (November 1951) gives some advice on what to do if you
bitten by a dog. "It was proved eight years ago that rabies virus can be
removed from a wound more thoroughly by soap and water than by nitric acid
or any other cauterizing agents."
The Pasteur treatment for rabies is a blind treatment that does not work and
only worsens the condition of someone bitten by a sick dog.
By: www.vaclib.org Vaccination Liberation
Article: Rabies, Vaccine and Health Principles