Vaccinations, anyone?On this website, I have made a claim vaccinations aren’t effective, because viruses are not real. I’m not suggesting that people don’t have diseases or get sick, but the diseases that people have are not caused by viruses. Some of the viruses that we vaccinate against are: rotavirus, human papillomavirus (HPV), Varicella-zoster (shingles), meningitis, influenza, chicken pox, mumps, rubella, hepatitis, smallpox, polio, and measles.

Finding a Better Explanation for Disease Than a Virus?

Everywhere we turn, we hear about viruses that cause disease… it’s in the media, from doctors, in school, from government, and also pharmaceutical industries. These organizations use outright lies and half truths to hide what is really going on. The word virus comes from a Latin origin and it means venom or poison, and it is likely related to the Sanskrit word visha, which means poison or toxin. When our cells come in contact with poisonous substances, then those cells begin to become mangled and swell. Various substances may cause this to happen, such as chemicals, pesticides, toxic foods, and heavy metals. When modern doctors and scientists see this happen, they call it a virus… but it’s really environmental poisoning that is mislabeled.

In simple terms, it is actually an environmental basis that we are attributing to a small particle. In many cases with disease, a toxin has been introduced to the body and it come from a virus.

As an example, let’s look at rotavirus. Symptoms can include vomiting, fever, severe dehydration, and watery diarrhea. If you’ve ever eaten bad food, you know that the body reacts in this same way to get rid of the unwanted substance. If there is food consumed in a rotten state, poor quality, or overly-cooked the body will expel it as quickly as possible through diarrhea or vomit. Make sense right? So why do people get these symptoms from rotavirus, maybe it’s the body’s way of getting rid of the toxic substance?

Many Western Physicians believe disease is a result of the bodies response to poison, not the result of a virus.

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