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Due to a number of emails asking what I think about vaccines, I have decided to write a post on my thoughts. First and foremost, I cannot give medical advice on this blog. But I can share opinion, and share resources to help readers find further information, in order to make their own decisions.
The number one question I get asked regarding vaccines, is are they the “mark of the beast” (as mentioned in the book of Revelation in the Bible).
My honest opinion is no, they are not. But the mandates by some businesses and places to vaccinate, and the requirement for vaccination in some areas in order to travel and even work, are worrisome because they represent a lack of freedom that could set the stage for further restrictions and requirements – and, eventually, lead to coercion and greater control by a world leader in the future. This will include the future real mark of the beast. So, the short answer: I believe they are preparing the way.
Another question I am asked is “Are vaccines safe? And are they part of a bigger agenda?”
This is a complex question, and I will provide some links to resources below to allow readers who are interested to learn more in order to make informed decisions.
First, I do believe that it is worth mention that those in leadership in the CDC, the NIH, and Anthony Fauci are all Jesuit-educated (see this post for further information regarding Fauci: Anthony Fauci, product of Catholic education, oversees pandemic response (aleteia.org)). If you have read my previous posts, you will read what I have to say about the Jesuit order; it is worrisome that those who control the reporting of some of the medical research done in the United States were educated in institutions affiliated with this group.
Here are the main questions to ask regarding vaccinations is it necessary? Is it safe? Is it effective?
To assist in answering these questions, I suggest studying both sides of the issue.
Here are a couple of pro-vaccine sites:
The CDC has articles and resources for information about COVID vaccinations: COVID-19 Vaccination Clinical and Professional Resources | CDC
This is what the NIH has to say about coronavirus vaccinations and research regarding them: https://covid19.nih.gov/treatments-and-vaccines/covid-19-vaccines
Here are several sites that urge caution and/or further research on what the authors consider a still experimental vaccine:
This is what Sherri Tenpenny had to say about vaccinations during a hearing before the legislature in Ohio: https://www.bitchute.com/video/UXjTQ8KBnPax/
This is what Dr. Robert Malone, one of the creators of mRNA technology had to say regarding coronavirus vaccines in an interview with Tucker Carlson of Fox News: https://childrenshealthdefense.org/defender/dr-robert-malone-tucker-carlson-mrna-vaccine-technology-risks/
A large concern when considering the efficacy and usefulness of the coronavirus vaccine is the role that money plays in decisions made in what information is shared publicly, and what is not. The larger pharmaceutical firms have consistently contributed significant funds to both mainstream and some independent media sources, and this could create some bias when discussing vaccines that bring in billions of dollars for these firms: Drug company influence on journalism | (healthnewsreview.org).
Another concern is the role that large corporations, such as Bill Gates, the President of Microsoft, have played in the development and urging of mass distribution of vaccines as part of its “philanthropy”: How Bill Gates Helped Make the COVID-19 Vaccine Possible | Observer. I don’t even want to begin discussing Gates, his occultic connections, and how anything he does that is “philanthropic” could be the exact opposite…
Regarding the safety of vaccines, it is important to be aware of some of the risks of vaccination (including death from side effects) that have been reported by some physicians: https://cplaction.com/wp-content/uploads/2020-FrontlineDrspaper.pdf.
I believe in becoming informed, and reading both sides in a debate. You may have noted that I have left out citing Anthony Fauci in this article. One reason is that he has given out poor and conflicting information in the past year and a half, and his veracity has recently been questioned in conservative media: Fox News Host Tucker Carlson Accuses Dr. Anthony Fauci Of “Cover-Up” – Deadline.
I will now share my own opinion, and some concerns based on my own memories of the group’s agenda. This opinion is not meant to be medical advice.
At this point, I believe that the vaccine is still “experimental” and has some serious side effects seen in those who receive it. I also believe that those who receive it risk weakening their immune system, and this could cause difficulty in fighting what I believe will be a next wave of the virus coming out. This next virus wave will not be any deadlier than the first wave, but those who receive the vaccine could have a weakened immune system response to it.
I believe this weakening is purposeful, and will lead to media claims that the next wave is “deadlier” than the first wave.
Why do I think this? Because no organized occultic group would knowingly unleash a bio-weapon on the world that could not be controlled, or they would risk killing their own members. Instead, they would rather weaken the immune systems of individuals, and then simply release what would amount to a simple flu – but which those with weakened immune systems will have difficulty fighting off or recovering from. I do not believe that members of occult societies are receiving real vaccines, but instead, are receiving placebos or saline injections, while the general public is receiving the vaccine.
This will be used to create even more panic, and to attempt to implement even more control over society.
At the same time, I believe that as Christians, we do not need to fear. God is truly able to protect people, and to heal from the effect of vaccines if an individual has received one. My trust is that God will see us through this time, and will help to strengthen the church and our nation as we turn to Him for help.