Here’s a Quick Read About Your Child and Vaccinations

July 17, 2010

You get to draw your own conclusions – but only after you’ve read it all. Otherwise that would not be an informed conclusion.

Vaccination Schedule for Your Children (which you do not have to follow)

2 Months: 6 Vaccinations

4 Months: 6 Vaccinations (same as at 2 months)
-TOTAL: 12

6 Months: 6 Vaccinations (same as at 2 & 4 months)
-TOTAL: 18

12 Months: 4 Vaccinations
-TOTAL: 22

15 Months: 2 – 3 Vaccinations (one is interchangeable with 12yrs)
-TOTAL: 24

18 Months: 8 Vaccinations (some same as 15 months)
-TOTAL: 32

4 – 6 Years: 4 Vaccinations (some same as 18 months)
-TOTAL: 36

12 Years: 1 – 2 Vaccinations (one is interchangeable with 15 months)
-TOTAL: 37

14 – 16 Years: 3 Vaccinations (same as 4 years, 18, 6, 4 & 2 months)
-TOTAL: 40

Every Fall: 1 (for Influenza)

Grand Total, by age 16: (if the recommendations are followed)
41 vaccines + 16 seasonal = 57 vaccines

*This does not include the HPV vaccine recommended for girls.

Important To Know:

1. Vaccines are supposed to trigger your immune system to produce antibodies that fight diseases and infections, however the injection contains additional chemicals and DNA/RNA that suppress immune response, which then does not return to normal for a period of months.
2. The human immune system is not fully developed at birth.
3. The human immune system is strongest in the respiratory and digestive systems, but vaccines are injected into the blood stream where the immune system is weaker.
4. The life cycle of micro organisms is short – in some cases an organism will be ‘born,’ live, eat, reproduce and die in 6 hours. Therefore, the evolutionary process (the organism’s ability to adapt/change) is extremely rapid. This results in a great variety of organisms to vaccinate against each season, however the vaccines available could not possible respond to such diversity in species. In other words, you do not know if the vaccine available inoculates against the strain in circulation.
5. Nutrition is the only way to improve your immune system. So, if you are not eating well you will not be well.
6. Germs are pleiomorphic, meaning that they can change with their environment; rods become cocci, and vice-versa. Thinking that germs cause disease means that we are not accepting responsibility for our own health, and that we are placing that responsibility into the hands of someone else (who has the means to kill these germs with toxic chemicals (drugs), even if those drugs/vaccines harm our body).

Now that you have read it all we assume you are going to look at the referenced links below, and read them too. When you’re done, everyone wants to read what you think. Post your comments.


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