Rabies the Fictional Disease

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Written By Abdun Nur

Rabies is a ‘claimed’ viral disease that causes inflammation of the brain in humans and other mammals.

The reality is, the disease labelled Rabies is simply dehydration, which causes foaming around the mouth, headache, sever irritability, and if left without water, eventually death; this simple condition of dehydration has been transformed fraudulently into the fictional virus of Rabies.

1885 Vaccine was concocted by Louis Pasteur and Émile Roux. This vaccine was first used July 6, 1885, on nine-year-old Joseph Meister (1876–1940), who had been mauled by a claimed “rabid” dog.

Their vaccine consisted of a sample of the rotting flesh harvested from supposedly infected (and necessarily dead) rabbits, which was dried for 5 to 10 days. Similar nerve tissue-derived vaccines are still used now in some countries, but this type of toxic vaccine carries a much higher risk of neurological damage to the victim, than cell culture vaccines.

Every infection with a claim of rabies, treated using the standard treatment by the medical system results in death, the treatment for someone that is claimed to have the fictional virus rabies is 100% fatal, the question then is, why is it called a treatment?

The rabies treatment and vaccine business, generates around $6 billion annually, and cost around 24,000 – 60,000 human lives, murdered through “treatment” each year.

Rabies is a fictional disease so it has no treatment, therefore needs no eradication.

Approximately 15 million people worldwide receive a rabies vaccine annually.

Vaccine Ingredients:

Source- Centres for Disease Control and Prevention – Epidemiology and Prevention of Vaccine-Preventable Diseases, 13th Edition – Appendix B-

Imovax Vaccine:

  • Human serum albumin – found in human blood. It is the most abundant protein in human blood plasma.
  • Neomycin – Neomycin is an aminoglycoside antibiotic. Neomycin may cause permanent hearing loss, nerve damage, and severe kidney damage, factors that increase the risk of these side effects occurring include advanced age or dehydration. Severe allergic reactions in some.
  • Phenol – also known as carbolic acid, is an aromatic organic volatile compound. Extremely toxic – 50 to 500 mg has been fatal in infants. Deaths in adults have resulted after ingestions of 1 to 32 g.
  • MRC-5 Human Diploid Cells. The two HDCS currently used are WI-38, MRC-5. MRC-5 (Medical Research Council cell strain 5) was developed in the United Kingdom, in 1966 by J.P. Jacobs and colleagues. MRC-5 was derived from lung tissue, taken from a 14-week human male fetus aborted for psychiatric reasons from a physically healthy 27 year old woman.
  • Beta-propiolactone – is a sterilizing and sporicidal agent, and has been used to sterilize blood plasma. It caused lymphomas and hematomas after being injected into lab mice, but its true effect on humans is not known, so it’s classified as a possibly carcinogenic to humans.

RabAvert Vaccine:

  • ȕ-propiolactone – is a sterilizing and sporicidal agent, and has been used to sterilize blood plasma. It caused lymphomas and hematomas after being injected into lab mice, but its true effect on humans is not known, so it’s classified as a possibly carcinogenic to humans.
  • Potassium Glutamate – acid salt of glutamic acid
  • Chicken Protein – detritus injected into fertilized hen’s eggs and incubated for several days to allow the whatever is in the detritus to replicate. The detritus-containing fluid is harvested from the eggs.
  • Egg Protein – Detritus injected into fertilized hen’s eggs and incubated for several days to allow the whatever is in the detritus to replicate. The detritus-containing fluid is harvested from the eggs.
  • Neomycin – Neomycin is an aminoglycoside antibiotic. Neomycin may cause permanent hearing loss, nerve damage, and severe kidney damage, factors that increase the risk of these side effects occurring include advanced age or dehydration. Severe allergic reactions in some.
  • Chlortetracycline – is a tetracycline antibiotic, the first tetracycline to be identified. It was discovered in 1945 by Benjamin Minge Duggar. If given to the young teeth and bones may become discoloured yellow, grey or brown. In high doses or for long periods, bone growth and healing may be delayed. Accumulation of the drug causes deterioration of renal function.
  • Amphotericin B – is an antifungal drug often used intravenously for serious systemic fungal infections, possible side effects may cause dizziness, Chills; fever; headache; loss of appetite; muscle or joint pain; nausea; stomach pain; weight loss. Severe allergic reactions (rash; hives; itching; difficulty breathing; tightness in the chest; swelling of the mouth, face, lips, or tongue); chest pain; convulsions; dark, bloody stools; decreased urination; diarrhea; dizziness; fast breathing; hearing loss; irregular heartbeat; pain or redness at the injection site; unusual tiredness or weakness; vomiting; yellowing of the skin or eyes.
  • Human serum albumin – found in human blood. It is the most abundant protein in human blood plasmPolygeline (processed bovine gelatin) – is a polymer of urea and polypeptides derived from degraded gelatin
  • Polygeline (processed bovine gelatin) – is a polymer of urea and polypeptides derived from degraded gelati
  • EDTA – is a chemical that binds and holds on to (chelates) minerals and metals such as chromium, iron, lead, mercury, copper, aluminum, nickel, zinc, calcium, cobalt, manganese, and magnesium.
  • Bovine Serum – a serum albumin protein derived from cows, providing a nutrient broth for detritus to grow in cells. “After slaughter and bleeding of the cow at an abattoir, the mother’s uterus containing the calf fetus is removed during the evisceration process (removal of the mother’s internal organs) and transferred to the blood collection room. A needle is then inserted between the fetus’s ribs directly into its heart and the blood is vacuumed into a sterile collection bag. This process is aimed at minimizing the risk of contamination of the serum with micro-organisms from the fetus and its environment. Only fetuses over the age of three months are used otherwise the heart is considered too small to puncture.Once collected, the blood is allowed to clot at room temperature and the serum separated through a process known as refrigerated centrifugation.”

    History and Background of Developer – Louis Pasteur

    Louis Pasteur 1822 – 1895

    Princeton history professor Gerald L. Geison said in an interview that he found Pasteur’s “behavior and conduct in general unlikeable through much of his career. He is not a very appealing human being.” Geison plans to publish a book on the private science of Pasteur in 1995, the centennial of his death.

    Pasteur, who died at age 73, became a French national hero for work ranging from the heat process to kill germs — now called pasteurization — to a vaccine for rabies. “After the rabies vaccine, he was Elvis, Madonna and Michael Jackson all rolled into one . . . He was a figure of glory, and he lived to see it,” said Geison.

    Behind Pasteur’s carefully cultivated public image, however, were chinks in his armor that lay hidden in elaborate scientific notebooks and other private documents on his life’s work. He carefully instructed his family never to show them to anyone, a request that was honored until the private manuscripts were finally given to the Bibliotheque Nationale in Paris by his last male descendant and became available to scholars in the early 1970s.

    Geison said the vast collection included 30 bound volumes of unpublished correspondence, lecture notes and school records and more than 100 laboratory notebooks amounting to perhaps 10,000 pages covering Pasteur’s 40-year scientific career. It took a year just to learn to read Pasteur’s pinched handwriting, but the Princeton professor eventually found “ethically dubious conduct” in Pasteur’s famous anthrax and rabies vaccines.

    “There was no experimental evidence for his published claims about the extent of the safety and efficacy of the vaccine in animals before the human rabies trial.” said Geison.

    By Millicent Morden (Physician & Surgeon):

    “Rabies was an old superstition — a relic of the times when devils ran to and fro between animal and man carrying disease.

    Pasteur, who had previously had a hemorrhage of the brain, changed this old superstition into a moneymaking disease.

    Rabies is now a pet child of the Vivisection Trust, which works internationally.

    If vivisection has proven anything it has proven the impossibility of man contracting any real disease from a dog.

    How long will filthy lucre keep the facts from the fooled public?

    In early times, as recorded in articles available in old libraries, the kiss of a king would cure rabies. It was later discovered that a piece of the king’s garment would be as efficacious.

    Still later the “mad stone” when applied over the area of the bite would “draw out the madness”. Later some of the “hair of the dog that bit you” could either be chewed and swallowed or bound on the wound.

    A still later discovery was that which employed an extract of “wild cockroach”.

    In 1806 a Mr. Kraus was awarded $1000, by the then rulers of New York territory for his scientific discovery, which had kept rabies out of New York for Over twenty years. His formula is a matter of record and consisted of the ground-up jaw bone of an ass or dog, a piece of colt’s tongue and the green rust off a penny of George the First reign.

    This latter seems to have kept rabies out of the limelight until the time of Pasteur. Medicine has heard much of the startling cure of Joseph Meister by Pasteur. Little mention is made of the fact that three relatives of the Meister boy were bitten by the same dog and without benefit of the Pasteur treatment recovered completely.”

    Dr. H. Bastian, a contemporary, took sharp issue with Pasteur’s scientific ideas and conclusions. Another contemporary of Pasteur, Dr. Antoine Bechamp, took violent exceptions to Pasteur’s reports on rabies and, incidentally, it was Dr. Bechamp who claimed to have previously discovered the cause of the silkworm disease. He also (Bechamp) was the man who made the discoveries on fermentation. The records of the French Academy of Science substantiate Bechamp’s claims.

    Dr. W. R. Hadwen of England was also in controversy with Pasteur. Dr. William A. Bruette, former assistant chief of the Bureau of Animal Industry in Washington, was also a contemporary of Pasteur and gave many proofs of Pasteur’s incorrect findings. Dr. Bruette has proved, as a matter of fact, that rabies vaccine is not only a fraud, but harmful. He scores the use of rabies vaccine and states that “inoculation spreads disease.” He goes as far as to call the sale of rabies vaccine an out and out racket.

    Dr. Matthew Woods, another contemporary of Pasteur, then a leading member of the Philadelphia Medical Society, wrote much on the subject of rabies. He stated, “at the Philadelphia dog pound, where on an average more than 6,000 vagrant dogs are taken annually, and where the catchers and keepers are frequently bitten while handling them, not one case of hydrophobia has occurred during it’s entire history of twenty-five years, in which time 150,000 dogs have been handled.”

    The records of the London Hospital, a few years ago, showed 2,668 persons bitten by angry dogs. None of them developed hydrophobia.”

    St. George’s Hospital, London, records 4,000 patients bitten by dogs supposed to have been mad. No case of hydrophobia.

    In the record of all the diseases which have occurred at the Pennsylvania Hospital in one hundred and forty years, only two cases which were supposed to be hydrophobia have occurred. One of these, however, the only one submitted to bacteriological test, did not confirm the diagnosis, ‘hydrophobia’ and the local health authorities refused to register the death as due to rabies.”

    Dr. Charles W. Dulles, lecturer on the History of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania, who was appointed by the Medical Societies of the state to investigate rabies stated that he is “inclined to the view that there is no such specific malady” because after sixteen years of investigation he had “failed to find a single case on record that can be conclusively proved to have resulted from the bite of a dog or any other cause.” The report and Dr. Woods’ letter were endorsed by Dr. Theophilus Parvin of Jefferson Medical College and President of the National Academy of Medicine; Dr. Thomas G. Morten, Coroners Physician; Dr. Charles K. Mills of the University of Pennsylvania and Dr. Thomas I. Mays of the Polyclinic Hospital.

    Dr. Woods recently wrote a discourse of mimetic diseases, in which he discussed rabies. His evidence supports the view that so-called human rabies is the result of a disordered imagination (fear). In animals, so-called rabies is fundamentally due to maltreatment or malnutrition or both.

    Dr. Wilcox of New York investigated a “rabies scare” because of eleven alleged deaths from rabid dog bites. Upon complete investigation, it was found that not one of these deaths was due to rabies. With the publication of his report to the city council, the “rabies scare” ended forthwith.

    Dr. Elmer Lee ended another rabies scare on Staten Island. On autopsy the rabid dog was found to have died of threadworms and not rabies. The worms were lodged in the heart of the animal.

    A similar finding of worms ended the Kiondike Rabies Panic.

    Dr. Stillman, in 1922 voiced the opinion that rabies was “pure humbug” and that in over forty years as a practicing physician with a very busy practice and wide travels throughout Europe, he stated that he had “never seen a case of hydrophobia or rabies.”

    In a letter answering a request for information, Dr. Stillman stated: “Several years ago there was considerable excitement occasioned by the declaration of a rabies quarantine by the state department of agriculture in Albany, N. Y. It lasted two years. Many dogs were killed. Their heads were sent on for official examination at Cornell College Veterinary department. Many were pronounced rabid, but the test was dependent upon the presence of certain Negri bodies in the animal’s brain.”

    I was told by a pupil of Pasteur in France that these Negri bodies were sometimes present when there was no suspicion whatever of rabies. We sent the head of a harmless little dog without any disease symptoms whatever to Cornell and it was promptly pronounced rabid. Finally I went to the department of Agriculture, which had charge, and insisted that our society would hold all dogs declared rabid and we would see if any cases of rabies would develop. Not one case of rabies appeared and we have never had any since. When the animals were held simply to show whether they had rabies, none of them died and the entire scare subsided after two years of fanatical unrest and excitement which ought to have developed lyssophobia, or imaginary hydrophobia.”

    Dr. J. W. Hodge reported that of 56,000 stray dogs and cats collected in one year, not one case of rabies was found. He further states that there is no rabies in England nor is the Pasteur treatment permitted to be used. Dr. Hodge has in his possession the names and addresses of more than 2500 persons reported as having died of “hydrophobia” shortly after having received the Pasteur preventive treatment. This would seem to prove that the cure is more deadly than the disease when one considers that nearly 300 of these “victims” of the Pasteur treatment had no recollection of ever having been bitten by a dog. Dr. Hedge predicted that “future generations will look upon the present day delusion about hydrophobia and the Pasteur treatment with feelings akin to those which we experience when reading the history of witchcraft delusion.”

    Dr. Dulles, previously referred to, has said, “I might cite my own experience in the treatment of persons bitten by dogs supposed to be mad, which has furnished not a single case of the developed disease in thirty years. And I have probably seen more cases of so-called hydrophobia than any other medical man.” Dr.Dulles was lecturer on the History of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania, Consulting Surgeon to Rush Hospital and Manager of University Hospital.

    Dr. William Brady, nation-wide columnist, has stated that, “The Pasteur treatment for rabies is a blind treatment and no one knows whether Pasteur treatment confers any protection against rabies. I’d never willingly receive Pasteur treatment or give it to any one under any conceivable circumstances, because I fear the material so injected has a disastrous effect in some instances. It is not always successful and, occasionally, paralysis follows its use.” It Is Dr. Brady’s opinion that rabies “does not occur in man.”

    We, of the medical profession, have witnessed many errors perpetrated by good-intentioned, but misguided individuals and methods. The digitalis standardisation by the dog’s heart, it will be recalled, resulted in a 300 per cent variance from standard.”

    In a book entitled, “Bechamp or Pasteur,” by E. D. Hume, there may be found much proof pertinent to our discussion.

    A notable failure of the Pasteur treatment was that of a young postman, named Pierre Roscol, who, with another man, was attacked by a dog supposed to be mad, but was not bitten, for the dog’s teeth did not penetrate his clothing; but his companion received severe bites. The latter refused to go to the Pasteur Institute and remained in perfect health; but the unfortunate Roscal was forced by the postal authorities to undergo the treatment, beginning March 9th. On the following April 12th severe symptoms set in with pain at the point of inoculation, not at the place of the bite, for he had never been bitten. On April 14th he died of paralytic “hydrophobia” the new disease brought into the world by Pasteur.

    Another incident extracted from the same book shows the power of suggestion or fear in the causation of so-called rabies. It is hard to credit, but the case is recorded as follows.

    Two young Frenchmen were bitten by the same dog at Havre. One died from the effects within a month, but, before this, his friend had sailed for America, where he lived for fifteen years in ignorance of the end of his former companion. Returning to France, he heard of the tragedy and, actually himself, developed symptoms, and within three weeks was dead of “hydrophobia.”

    Another interesting recorded case is that of a lady, who returning from bathing, stated that she had been bitten by a dog. “The anxious parents rushed her for Pasteur treatments, she became violently ill, death followed. On the way home from the funeral the girl companions who were bathing with her told the parents of the dead girl that she was not bitten by a dog but by her young man friend.”

    There are over 3.000 deaths on record in reports from the Pasteur Institute, of persons bitten by dogs. All died after treatments. On the other hand, the record of the London Hospital, a few years ago, showed 2,668 persons bitten by angry dogs: not one of them developed hydrophobia and not one had been treated by the Pasteur method.

    Who was this man Pasteur?

    What did he actually discover?

    Antoine Bechamp

    The answer to the first is that he was a chemist of sorts. The second question can be answered only with the reminder that he separated L & D tartic acids. That is absolutely all he did. The rest of his work—yea——even the silkworm disease and bacterial work was plagiarised from that, not too well known and much neglected professor of Montpellier, Antoine Bechamp. Professor Bechamp’s writings, when properly studied, will be found to have afforded the solution to many of the problems which had puzzled biologists, physiologists, pathologists and philosophers for many years.” —flume.

    Speaking of Professor Bechamp’s works, Dr. Leverson of England says, “I also found in those truths absolute proof of the absurdity of the germ theory of disease; and, by the study of the writings of Pasteur, to which Bechamp’s works unavoidably led me, I found full proof that the great god of the (supposedly) men of science of the latter half of the last century and of many of the present, was in fact, the most astonishing of plagiarists and distorter of other men’s discoveries; chiefly those of Professor Antoine Bechamp, and of his collaborators and pupils; and that this plagiarist was the most monumental charlatan, whose existence is disclosed to us, in the entire recorded history of medicine.”

    You have already surmised who was this plagiarist and charlatan. It was Louis Pasteur, to whose memory France has erected statues all over the land and endowed the Pasteur Institute.”

    Since this record is not an enviable one, let us view rabies from the standpoint of the known facts. We have seen that normal dogs are also classified as rabid by the so-called microscation of these so-called Negri bodies. We have also seen that the identification of these so-called Negri bodies is dependent upon the individual observer. Seldom do observers agree. Experts at the Pasteur Institute admit that Negri bodies are not a specific indication of rabies. They also record many deaths by treatment with the Pasteur system.

    On the other hand, reported untoward effects in nontreated patients (very few cases are reported it will be noticed) can be explained on the basis of fear or susceptibility to slight injuries. For example, Dr. W. W. Duke of Kansas City, amongst others, on writing on allergy, cites cases of violent convulsions and deaths following slight injuries in individuals seemingly in perfect mental and physical condition.

    These violent deaths are reported as resulting from scratches, tooth extraction, hypodermic injections, extremes of heat or cold, shock due to various causes, love affairs, etc. The allergy experts often lay stress on the relative importance of former illness, which may have undermined the health of the patient. Such varied causes would indicate “fear” plays a profound role in the sequelae observed.

    Dr. Buisson of France had been badly bitten by a dog and was given up to die of hydrophobia. He recited that his fear was, of course, intense, as was his suffering. He decided to try to relieve his sufferings by a warm bath. After soaking for one and a quarter hours, his convulsions disappeared and he became well. He cured all other cases, which came to him in a similar way. The Buisson baths were employed with great success in France in rabies cases.

    In Germany, cases of dog bites are sensibly treated by applying suction to the wound or squeezing it to induce and low free bleeding. They leave the clotted and dried blood on the wound without further treatment and they never have further trouble.

    In my experience, nothing stronger than mild soap and water should be used on such wounds. I feel that cauterization is too shocking to the tissues.

    Is rabies then a disease?

    Have we isolated a virus or germ?

    Is the Pasteur-treatment specific?

    Is rabies, in short, fact or fancy?

    I believe it is fancy, for I have handled so-called rabid animals and humans without benefit of Pasteur treatment and in no case has there been a death or any other symptoms of rabies. I submit that rabies is non-existent and that the Pasteur treatment for rabies is worse than the disease, if it were a disease, which it is not.

    P. S. I have examined and witnessed the repeated examinations of every part of the brains of the so-called rabid dogs. The mouse and rabbit tests have proved ridiculous ever since the time of Pasteur.


    Physician & Surgeon

    72 Norman Ave.

    Brooklyn 22, NY

    Independent Clinical Studies: None

    (No study that includes Pharmacodynamics and pharmacokinetics exist nor any evidence of specific inoculating antibodies created through vaccination, nor any real evidence of a disease.)

    The vaccine is administered  through 3 doses given in the deltoid area, over the course of 3 to 4 weeks, a booster shot one year after the last shot, after that at every three to five years intervals.


    As rabies is not a real disease, rabies is nonexistent in humans and animals. Not a single other fictional virus has a 100% fatality rate in humans, in animals claimed to carry Rabies however, the make-believe virus isn’t completely fatal; 14% of dogs survive the claim of rabies.

    After vaccination, the fictional rabies is claimed to multiply in the ganglion (which develops at the site of the injection – Ganglion cysts are lumps typically round or oval and are filled with a jelly-like fluid) is heralded by the onset of paresthesia (an abnormal sensation, typically tingling or pricking (‘pins and needles’), caused chiefly by pressure on or damage to peripheral nerves around the site of the vaccination) at the site of the inoculum (vaccination), which is the first clinical (quackery) symptom and a hallmark finding.

    Post-exposure vaccine causes about 24,000 to 60,000 deaths worldwide per year.

    More than 95% of human deaths caused by the fraudulent rabies post-exposure vaccine, occur in Africa and Asia. to generate the huge profits from the rabies fraud, fear must be maintained within the minds of the victims, and this fear is the foundation of the business model of Rabies, these criminals claim rabies is present in more than 150 countries and on all continents but Antarctica. It is claimed more than 3 billion people live in regions of the world where rabies occurs, and from such false claims an industry is born.

    Always remember the basis of the con – In order for the post-exposure vaccine to work, it must be administered before the onset of symptoms. 

    Jeanna Geise was only 15 years old when she became the world’s first known survivor of someone claimed to have Rabies simply because she did not receiving any post-exposure vaccinations. Her miraculous survival has not only challenged a time-honoured scientific fraud, but has also brought about a new method of Rabies treatment, known as the Milwaukee Protocol. It had long been thought by those indoctrinated by the medical Mafia that fictional Rabies is 100% fatal in humans.

    Only six people have survived a rabies infection after showing psychosomatic symptoms, and this was with treatment known as the Milwaukee protocol, where patients did not receive the rabies post-exposure vaccines protocol which is always 100% fatal.

    Post-Exposure Vaccinations: WHO recommended the following intradermal regimen and vaccines for use by the intradermal route:

    2-site intradermal method (2-2-2-0-1-1) for use with PVRV (Verorab TM, Imovax TM, Rabies vero TM, TRC Verorab TM) and PCECV (Rabipur TM)

    For 2-site intradermal method (2-2-2-0-1-1)

    The volume per intradermal site is:

    • 0.1 ml for PVRV (Verorab TM, Imovax TM, Rabies vero TM, TRC
    • Verorab TM) 0.1 ml for PCECV (Rabipur TM)


    • Trometamol – is an organic amine proton acceptor. It is used in the synthesis of surface-active agents and pharmaceuticals, a member of the pyrrolo-pyrrole group of non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAID) with analgesic, anti-inflammatory, and anti-pyretic properties. May be harmful if inhaled. Avoid contact with eyes, skin, and clothing. Long-term effects: no data.
    • Sodium chloride – table salt.
    • Disodium edetate – is a chemical that binds and holds on to (chelates) minerals and metals such as chromium, iron, lead, mercury, copper, aluminum, nickel, zinc, calcium, cobalt, manganese, and magnesium.
    • Potassium-L-glutamate – acid salt of glutamic acid
    • Polygeline – is a polymer of urea and polypeptides derived from degraded gelatin
    • Sucrose – sugar


    • (Fictional Rabies virus is) Detritus – falsely claimed to be a virus produced in VERO cells, Wistar Rabies PM/WI 38 1503-3M strain (inactivated) ≥2.5 IU/0.5 mL
    • Maltose – malt sugar 52.5 mg
    • Human serum albumin – found in human blood. It is the most abundant protein in human blood plasma. 2.5 mg
    • Basal Medium Eagle (BME) Medium – supporting the growth of many different mammalian cells. BME was originally developed by Harry Eagle for HeLa cells and mouse fibroblasts. Up to 0.5 mL
    • Sodium chloride – table salt. 2 mg

    Immunoglobulin (also known as antibodies, are glycoprotein molecules produced by plasma cells (white blood cells). They act as a critical part of the immune response by specifically recognizing and binding to particular antigens, such as bacteria and aiding in their destruction) are given in a single dose of 20 IU per kg of body weight for human anti-rabies immunoglobulin, and 40 IU per kg of body weight for heterologous (equine (horse)) immunoglobulin; the first dose of vaccine is inoculated at the same time as the immunoglobulin, but in a different part of the body.

    Vaccine data fraud:

    Pasteur claims that he could successfully prevent rabies in dogs if vaccinations have been started 6-8 days after infection.

    Alas, Pasteur lied.

    And formally this is the most serious type of deception that can follow from experimental scientist — reporting success instead of reporting failure. Later independent research failed to confirm this claim and showed that therapeutic vaccination practically does not work in dogs. (G.M.Baer ed. – The Natural History of Rabies, v.2. (Acad.Press, 1975))


    Rabies is a fictional virus and the vaccines / treatment using highly toxic ingredients can, and likely will kill you.

    Note on Pasteurisation

    Pasteurisation is the process used to heat milk to a specific temperature for a set time. The goal is to kill potentially bad bacteria that may have found its way into the milk supply. The problem with pasteurisation is that it destroys all the enzymes the body requires to properly absorb the milk.

    Pasteurisation and homogenisation denature foods. They alter the chemical structure of food, make fats rancid, destroy nutrients and result in the formation of free radicals in the body.

    Pasteurisation destroys enzymes, diminishes vitamin content, denatures fragile milk proteins, destroys vitamins C, B12 and B6, kills beneficial bacteria (probiotics), promotes pathogens and is associated with allergies, lactose intolerance, increased tooth decay, colic in infants, growth problems in children, osteoporosis, arthritis, heart disease and cancer.

    Calves fed pasteurised milk do poorly and many die before maturity. Raw milk sours naturally but pasteurised milk turns putrid; processors must remove slime and pus from pasteurised milk by a process of centrifugal clarification.

    Homogenization is a more recently invented process and it has been called “the worst thing that dairymen did to milk.” When milk is homogenized, it is pushed through a fine filter at pressures of 4,000 pounds per square inch. In this process, the fat globules are made smaller by a factor of ten times or more. These fat molecules then become evenly dispersed throughout the milk.

    This gives milk, peanut butter and other foods a creamy consistency. Fat subjected to high heat and pressure oxidises—it becomes rancid.

    Reduced fat milks are thickened by the addition of powdered milk. Powdered milk is also oxidised fat.

    Milk is a hormonal delivery system. When homogenised, milk becomes very powerful and efficient at bypassing normal digestive processes and delivering steroid and protein hormones to the human body (both your hormones and the cow’s natural hormones and the ones they may have been injected with to produce more milk).

    Homogenization makes fat molecules in milk smaller and they become “capsules” for substances that are able to bypass digestion. Proteins that would normally be digested in the stomach are not broken down and instead they are absorbed into the bloodstream.

    When we eat or drink foods that have been pasteurised and homogenised, the increase in unusable proteins forces the body to quickly use up many enzymes and other vital nutrients to process it. Pasteurised milk can lead to nutritional deficiencies. Protein, fat and sugar particles in denatured milk easily pass through the intestinal lining and cause inflammation and allergic reactions


    I’m in no way a licensed medical quack, I have no training in allopathic stupidity, which is designed to cause disease, and mask the symptoms of disease (in this description of quackery, I will make a distinction, those who sew up injuries and set bones, and prescribe antibiotics on the rare occasions the cleaners of disease form a bloom, are excluded from the term quack, and are decent and honest in their endeavours for the most part). I do not murder people for a living, as do many licensed allopathic quacks, especially oncologists, organ harvesters and vaccinators, nor do I promote unsafe and detrimental practices of unscientific stupidity such as chemo-therapy and vaccination, this is the disclaimer, if you worship the allopathic medical religion, nothing I will write would change that moronic mind set, so this disclaimer would make no difference, and for those foolish enough to seek out allopathic quackery for anything other than traumatic physical injury, you have my sympathy, they will cause you no end of suffering if you allow them.  

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