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About the Origin of Vaccines: From Historical Sources

About Edward Jenner: Vaccines Came from Cows
Fraud in Jenner's Medical Degree: Not a Medical Doctor
Lack of Follow Up By Jenner: Not a Careful Doctor
First Vaccinated Children: Experimented on His Own Children
First Vaccine Damaged Child: Eldest Son Mentally Retarded
First Famous Vaccine Deaths: Two sons of King George III of England
Jenner's Child Abuse: Cutting His Children's Arms
Jenner's Other Children: Why No Endorsement from Them?
First Vaccinated Patient: 20 Failed Vaccinations!
First Paid Spokesperson: Paid Endorsement?
Jenner's Barbaric Variolation: What Original Vaxes Were Like
Jenner's Assistant's Opinion: Quarantine a Better Cure
Florence Nightingale's Opinion: Over-Crowding Causes Disease
Jenner's Critic's Opinion: Injection of Disease Matter
Jenner's Critic's Opinion: Cover-Up of Vaccine Failures
Jenner's Critic's Opinion: Dangerous Ingredients in Vaccines
Jenner's Critic's Opinion: Facts Do Not Support Jenner
Jenner's Critic's Opinion: Vaccine Shedding Noted
Jenner's Critic's Opinion: Vaccine Proved Useless + Dangerous
Jenner's Critic's Opinion: Does Not Protect Against Smallpox
Famous People's Opinions: Celebrities Speak Out
The Non-Vaccine Cure: What Really Cured Smallpox?
The Non-Vaccine Cures: Natural Cures for Deadly Diseases
Original Vaccine Damaged: From Rashes to Syphilis
Earliest US Vaccine Mandates: Caused Vaccine Damaged Children
First! Benign Immunity: Sanitation Over Vaccination

Who is the Modern 'Father' of Vaccines?

Edward "Cow Pox" Jenner (1749-1823) is known as the Father of Vaccines because he was the pioneer of the smallpox vaccine. According to Google, "the word vaccine is derived from the Latin vacca, meaning cow. A virus that mainly affects cows (Cowpox) was used in the first scientific demonstration" of vaccines. You can get a biography of Jenner from the official site.

Was Jenner even a "medical doctor" with a degree from an accredited university?

Edward Jenner was not a medical doctor by the standards of his own time. His "medical degree [was] confered... not [by] an examination but [by] the payment of a fee of fifteen guineas to the University of St. Andrews"... and "his Fellowship in the Royal Society... by a procedure which amounted to a fraud."
(from "Vaccination a curse and a menace to personal liberty: with statistics showing its dangers and criminality" pp. 20-21) Today we would condemn such college degree/diploma mills as outright fraud.

Was Jenner a "sloppy scientist" by his own admission?

Yes, in Edward Jenner's own words: "I have vaccinated children myself... whose arms I never inspected after the operation" (from the "Life of Dr Jenner" p. 48). Would you want to have a doctor work on your child who could not be bothered to follow up on treatments he administered to see if they worked and that there were no complications, especially when they were experimental?

Who was the first child to be vaccinated?

Edward Robert Jenner (1788-1810, 21 years) was the first son of "Dr." Jenner and the first to be vaccinated. Jenner also vaccinated his other children: Catherine Fitzhardinge (Jenner) Bedford (1794 - 1833, 39 years) and Robert Fitzhardinge Jenner (1797 - 1854, 56 years). As Jenner stated (as quoted in the
"Life of Dr Jenner" p. 48): "My two eldest children were inoculated for the small-pox before I began to inoculate for the cow-pox. My youngest child was born about the time my experiments commenced, and was among the earliest I ever vaccinated."

Who was - probably - the first child to suffer vaccine damage?

Edward Robert Jenner who was the first child of "pioneer" Edward Jenner. After administering multiple doses of his vaccines to his son, young Edward
"always delicate in health, and had, moreover, in some respects, rather a defective understanding" (from the "Life of Dr Jenner" p. 141). "Defective understanding" is a polite term for mental retardation. Young Edward unfortunately died at the age of 21 from tuberculosis which Jenner, by his own words, had linked to the smallpox vaccine (see Jenner's first vaccinated patient).

Who were the first - acknowledged - children to die from vaccination?

"Prince Alfred (22 September 1780 – 20 August 1782) (of Great Britain) was... the 14th child and 9th son of King George III and his queen consort Charlotte of Mecklenburg-Strelitz. Alfred became ill after his inoculation against the smallpox virus; his death at the age of nearly two, along with the demise of his brother Prince Octavius (below), was a shock to their parents."

"Prince Octavius (23 February 1779 – 3 May 1783) (of Great Britain) was the 13th child and 8th son of King George III and his queen consort Charlotte of Mecklenburg-Strelitz. Six months after the death of his brother Prince Alfred, Octavius was inoculated with the smallpox virus. Several days later, he became ill. His subsequent death at the age of four devastated his parents, and in particular his father. George bemoaned the death of his son, of whom he was exceedingly fond; the king's later bouts of madness would involve hallucinations of his young son."

How would Edward Jenner's conduct towards his children be viewed today?

If Edward Jenner were alive today, someone would call Child Protective Services and say: "This man is cutting open his child's arm and putting cow pus into it" and that would be accurate. No doubt his son would have been removed from his care.

What about Jenner's other children?

If you review
Jenner's official biography from the official site: Jenner had three children: Edward, Catherine, and Robert. This biography leaves critical questions unanswered. Why is there no mention of the fate of his daughter, Catherine, and his second son, Robert (1797), after their vaccinations? Why is only James Phipps (below) considered a success and his son Edward's disability and early death (1788) largely ignored? Why did his other children, Catherine and Robert, fail to endorse their father's work?

Who was Jenner's first vaccinated patient outside of his family?

James Phipps (1788-1853). Here is what Jenner said about him (from the "Life of Dr Jenner" p. 304). "Oh! there is poor Phipps," he exclaimed, "I wish you could see him; he has been very unwell lately, and I am afraid he has got tubercles in the lungs. He was recently inoculated for small-pox, I believe for the twentieth time, and all without effect" (meaning it did not work at that time). Fortunately for Phipps he managed to recover despite (?) his vaccines.

Who was Jenner's first paid spokesperson?

James Phipps (1788-1853). Here is what the UK Science Museum says about him: "When James Phipps was married with children, Jenner gave him a free lease on a house." Here is what Jenner said about this (from the "Life of Dr Jenner" pp. 304-305). "...on his table [was] a plan of a cottage. 'Oh,' said [Jenner], 'that is for poor Phipps; you remember him: he has a miserable place to live in; I am about to give him another. He has been very ill, but is now materially better.'" Was Phipps paid for services rendered? If this happened today, this would likely be judged as a pay off.

How barbaric was the first time Jenner himself was vaccinated (known as variolation)?

"Edward Jenner, when he was variolated (later known as vaccination) as a boy in 1756, the preparation lasted 6 weeks. 'He was bled, to ascertain whether his blood was fine; was purged (induced vomitting) repeatedly till he became emaciated and feeble; was kept on a very low diet, small in quantity, and dosed with a diet-drink to sweeten the blood.'" Does this sound healthy?

What did James Moore, Jenner's chief assistant, believe was the true cure for smallpox?

From James Moore's book on "The History of Smallpox" (dedicated to Edward Jenner) 1815 (pp. 306-307): "It is therefore much to be wished, that to preclude all persons infected with the Small Pox from mixing with the public, a law should be enacted to confine them strictly to their own houses, or in hospitals appropriated by the parishes for that purpose, as long as the infection is upon them. The plan is simple, to enforce it would be easy; and the sole inconvenience would be a temporary confinement of those persons whose enlargement spreads poison through the land. By such a measure, the infection of the Small Pox, for want of subjects to act upon, would necessarily decline, and soon become extinct; and multitudes of human creatures would be annually preserved from disease, blindness and death."

What did Florence Nightingale believe was the true cure for smallpox?

"Florence Nightingale's combined experience and common sense in this domain [is] far better than nine tenths of the doctors. She says: "I was brought up both by scientific men and ignorant women to believe the small-pox... went on propagating itself... Since then I have seen with my eyes small-pox growing up in first specimens, in close rooms or over-crowded wards, where it could not by any possibility have been caught, but must have been begun... I have seen diseases begin, grow up, and pass into one another; with over-crowding, continued fever; with a little more over-crowding, typhoid; with a little more, typhus, and all in the same ward or hut." (pp. 57-58)

Why did Benjamin Moseley object to Jenner's original vaccination (variolation)?

As quoted on p.100 of "Values and Vaccine Refusal" by Mark Navin, 8 years (1806) after Jenner published (1798) Benjamin Moseley in his book "Commentaries on Cow Pox" wrote: "...the injection of morbific matter of a diseased animal into a healthy child... [means] [t]hat people would be found to contaminate their offspring with a poison taken from [a] brute creation..."

What did Robert Alexander Gunn, author of "Vaccination: Its Fallacies and Evils" 1882, think of Jenner?

From p. 8, "Had Jenner been a conscientious searcher after truth, he never would have asserted, six years after be commenced his investigations, that the vaccine disease for ever after secured against the infection of small-pox. Had he been a real scientist he would never have invented new theories to account for every failure in the results of his investigations, at least, till a sufficient number of years had elapsed to prove the general truth of his assertions. Had he discovered any actual scientific truth, it would have come down to us precisely as he gave it to the public in 1798."

What did Dr. John Hunter, as quoted in "Vaccination: A Curse and A Menace" 1913, think of Jenner?

From pp. 24-25 in "Vaccination: A Curse" quotes "Dr. Hunter, the noted physiologist in Jenner's time [who] expressed a wise judgment on the de-merits of Jenner's system. ...The introduction by inoculation of mineral or vegetable poisons into the blood is hazardous, and in certain quantities may be destructive; but the introduction of animal products from another living body, be it a man, a cow, or even an ass, is infinitely more pernicious [dangerous]." These ingredients are all in vaccines today.

What did Dr. Beddoes, as quoted in "Vaccination: A Curse and A Menace" 1913, think of Jenner?

From pp. 26 in "Vaccination: A Curse" quotes "Dr. Beddoes... Dr. Jenner's experiments with the cow-pox; his idea of the origin of the virus appears to be quite indemonstrable, and the facts which I have collected are not favorable to his opinion that the cow-pox gives complete immunity from the natural infection of small-pox. Moreover, the cow-pox matter produces foul ulcers, and in that respect is a worse disease than the mildly inoculated small-pox."

What did Dr. George Wyld, as quoted in "Vaccination: A Curse and A Menace" 1913, think of Jenner?

From pp. 27 in "Vaccination: A Curse" quotes "Dr. Wyld... "I find that many medical men are under the false impression that all that we require to do is to inoculate the heifer with small-pox matter, and thus get a supply of vaccine lymph. This might become productive of disastrous consequences. Small-pox inoculation of the heifer produces not vaccinia, but a modified small-pox capable of spreading small-pox amongst human beings by infection."

What did Alfred R. Wallace as quoted in his book "Vaccination: Proved Useless and Dangerous" think of Jenner?

From p. 4, in "Vaccination: Proved Useless", "The study’s conclusions based on forty-five years of registration statistics concluded the following:
– That during the forty-five years of the Registration of deaths and their causes, Small-pox mortality has very slightly diminished, while an exceedingly severe Small-pox epidemic occurred within the last twelve years of the period.
– That there is no evidence to show that the slight decrease of Small-pox mortality is due to vaccination.
– That the severity of Small-pox as a disease has not been mitigated by vaccination.
– That several inoculable diseases have increased to an alarming extent coincidently with enforced vaccination."
From p. 18, he continues "the complete inefficacy of vaccination which only does not protect men from catching Smallpox... but allows them to die of it!"

What did Dr. Charles Creighton, prominent medical scholar, think of Jenner?

"...in the The Lancet by Prof. William Bulloch, F.R.S.: "By the death of [Dr] Charles Creighton, England has lost her most learned medical scholar of the nineteenth century, ...some of his opinions were the subject of such criticism that he ceased to be felt as a power in the medical world... The real tragedy of Creighton’s life was connected with his views on cowpox and vaccination. ... His article on 'Vaccination' in the ninth edition of the Encyclopedia Britannica, published in 1888, literally sealed Creighton’s fate. Based on an extended study of the original data, he came to the conclusion that Jenner’s work was incorrect, and that cowpox was not, as Jenner stated, 'Variola Vaccinse.' In Creighton’s view cowpox had nothing to do with variola and was not a protective against variola [small-pox). The issue between Creighton and general professional opinion on vaccination was not thrashed out there and then as it ought to have been. It was deemed more expedient to drop Creighton into oblivion, and if he was ever referred to at all it was only as 'Creighton the Anti-Vaccinator.' All his other work was forgotten... In the opinion of many he was harshly treated by the world for holding views that did not conform to standard."

What did Dr. W.B. Clarke, prominent medical doctor, think of Jenner?

In the early 1900s an astute Indiana physician, Dr. W.B. Clarke, stated "Cancer was practically unknown until compulsory vaccination with cowpox vaccine began to be introduced. I have had to deal with two hundred cases of cancer, and I never saw a case of cancer in an unvaccinated person." This was reported by Dr. James Howenstine, MD who also said "Cowpox vaccine was believed able to immunize people against smallpox. At the time this vaccine was introduced, there was already a decline in the number of cases of smallpox. Japan introduced compulsory vaccination in 1872. In 1892 there were 165,774 cases of smallpox with 29,979 deaths despite the vaccination program. A stringent compulsory smallpox vaccine program, which prosecuted those refusing the vaccine, was instituted in England in 1867. Within 4 years 97.5 % of persons between 2 and 50 had been vaccinated. The following year England experienced the worst smallpox epidemic in its history with 44,840 deaths. Between 1871 and 1880 the incidence of smallpox escalated from 28 to 46 per 100,000. The smallpox vaccine does not work. Much of the success attributed to vaccination programs may actually have been due to improvement in public health related to water quality and sanitation, less crowded living conditions, better nutrition, and higher standards of living. Typically the incidence of a disease was clearly declining before the vaccine for that disease was introduced. In England the incidence of polio had decreased by 82 % before the polio vaccine was introduced in 1956.

What did some past celebrities say about vaccination? Celebrities Speak Out:
...vaccination is a gigantic delusion... it has never saved a single life... it has been the cause of so much disease, so many deaths, such a vast amount of utterly needless and altogether undeserved suffering... it will be classed by the coming generation among the greatest errors of an ignorant and prejudiced age, and its penal enforcement the foulest blot on the generally beneficent course of legislation during our century" (Alfred Russel Wallace "Vaccination a Delusion" (1898)

Vaccination has "dangerous consequences of the absorption of a brutal miasma into the human blood" (Immanuel Kant 1843)

Jenner's "...unscientific, foolish, unsupported assertions show that it was time that he should die... only in oblivion should his name and doings be decently buried" (Alexander Wheeler 1879)

"It would seem to be impossible for a rational mind to conceive that a filthy virus derived from a smallpox corpse, the ulcerated udder of a cow, or the running sores of a sick horse's heels, and cultivated in scabbed festers on a calf's abdomen could fail to have disastrous effects when inoculated into the human body. As Professor Mclntosh remarked in the Lancet in 1926, 'Scientifically it cannot be disputed that from every point of view the injection of virus capable of multiplying in the body of the individual is bad.'" (M. Beddow Bayly M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P. 1936)

Vaccination is "[a] particularly filthy piece of witchcraft" (George Bernard Shaw)

Vaccination is a "dangerous and useless operation-an operation which has admittedly caused many deaths, which is probably the cause of greater mortality than small-pox itself, but which cannot be proved to have ever saved a single human life" (Alfred Russel Wallace "Vaccination Proved Useless & Dangerous" (1889)

How was Small-Pox actually cured?

"Dr. A.R. Campbell... was a Texas doctor who discovered that smallpox was only spread by the bite of the bloodsucking insect called the BEDBUG or Cimex Lectularius. Cimex is the Latin for "bug" and Lectularius is Latin for... 'bed.' Dr. Campbell proved that smallpox is not contagious and is not an airborne disease." "Smallpox was already beaten before mass vaccination by the invention of electricity and the washing machine" which killed bed bugs which were lurking inside dirty bed linens.

What are the natural cures for many diseases?

Mother nature holds the key to what really eradicates deadly diseases. Below are some diseases that have now been or can be eradicated by natural means:

Cholera: Waste Sanitation
Diphtheria: "Ascorbate" (Vitamin C)
Influenza: Vitamin D
Malaria: "Artemisia annua"
Pellagra: "Niacin" (Vitamin B3)
Polio: "Ascorbate" (Vitamin C)
Puerperal Fever: Hygenic Practice
Scarlet Fever: Hygenic Practice
Scurvy: "Ascorbate" (Vitamin C)
Smallpox: Hygenic Practice
Tetanus: "Ascorbate" (Vitamin C)
Tuberculosis: Vitamin D
Typhus: Waste Sanitation
Yellow Fever: Waste Sanitation

What were the first vaccine damages?

From "Vaccination: Its Fallacies and Evils" by Robert A. Gunn, p. 13, "Every physician of experience has met with numerous cases of cutaneous (skin) eruptions, erysipelas (rash), and syphilis, which were directly traceable to vaccination, and if these all could be collected and presented in one report, they would form a more terrible picture than the worst that has ever been drawn to portray the horrors of small-pox... [For example] I vaccinated an apparently healthy child... [and then] vaccinated another healthy child; and three weeks after [this] both children were brought to me, having decided[ly] syphilitic symptoms."

What was one of the first vaccine mandates in the U.S.?

From "Vaccination: Its Fallacies and Evils" by Robert A. Gunn, p. 19, In 1872, "...in free America, this infantile [vaccine] contamination is becoming compulsory. No child is allowed to attend public school in our cities without being vaccinated, and the operation is often performed in the school room without the knowledge or the consent of the parents. Many healthy children have thus been rendered invalids (disabled) for life." This is why since the
"1850s, a number of parents and physicians challenged mandatory smallpox vaccination, and in 1905 in the case Jacobson v Massachusetts, the US Supreme Court supported the rights of states to pass laws mandating smallpox vaccine." It is reasonable to conclude that "the fact that vaccines must be mandated is a sign of the failure of their program." (Silent Epidemic - The Untold Story of Vaccines)

Who was the first to really promote the concept of Benign Immunity (better sanitation, etc)?

It was Chas M. Higgins who had this to say about Edward Jenner's "work" on vaccination:
"Horrors of Vaccination Exposed and Illustrated" (1920): "...immunity depends largely on sanitary, hygienic and constitutional conditions" (p.186) "Bubonic Plague, Epidemic Erysipelas, Typhus Fevers, Cholera, Scurvy, etc. All of these terrible diseases which were once as bad or worse than smallpox have been not only reduced more than smallpox in [1920], but most of them have practically been totally obliterated... and yet no such thing as vaccination has been used in this reduction. The other conditions which have brought about this reduction of these deadly diseases are the artificial and purely benign conditions of Sanitation, Hygiene and Isolation. Now if these safe and benign... conditions have, undeniably, brought about the reduction or obliteration of these terrible diseases without any vaccination, is it not most logical and reasonable to conclude that these same safe and benign conditions have been the chief cause in reducing smallpox also, and that the burden of proof is clearly on the pro-vaccinators to prove, if they can, the preposterous claim that vaccination is the chief cause of this great reduction of smallpox?" (pp. 193-194) "...if these benign conditions of sanitation, isolation, etc., had been generally adopted and enforced for the past century, in place of the dangerous remedy of general or compulsory vaccination, smallpox would have become extinct before this time and as much of a medical curiosity as Plague, Cholera, Typhus and Scurvy now are, which at one time slaughtered their thousands every year!" (p.199)

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