“I will give thanks to You, for I am fearfully and wonderfully made; wonderful are Your works, and my soul knows it very well.” Psalm 139:4
Vaccines and donated stem cells can contain Human DNA traits of hosts:
While I definitely haven’t read the huge file of the HHS Mandate affordable health care act, I’m wondering where vaccines and stem cell research fit in with this overhaul which is at the core of the recent government shutdown? Often when I tell people that stem cell therapy and vaccines for babies, international travel and other reasons sometimes contain human DNA from hosts, they accuse me of sensationalism. They definitely don’t want to hear that Planned Parenthood and other eugenicists are up on the “ins and outs” of this “hidden in plain sight” information.
At soundchoice.org and vaccinetruth.org/genetic_code.htm there is genuine evidence that vaccines sometimes include fetal DNA. As we begin to connect some dots and ask pertinent questions, we can wonder if through vaccines, are DNA links to various conditions and behaviors transmitted as well? In other words, a baby may not be created, conceived or fertilized with certain proclivities towards say high blood pressure, diabetes, sexual issues, etc.; but once born and vaccinated they may “inherit” some otherwise not “bred” conditions. Please see excerpts below:
Vaccines and Production of Negative Genetic Changes in Humans
(c) 1996-1998 Leading Edge Research Group
Vaccination and Genetic Change: Mobility of Genetic Material Between Life Forms:
One of the indications that vaccinations may in fact be changing the genetic structure of humans became evident in September of 1971, when scientists at the University of Geneva made the discovery that biological substances entering directly into the bloodstream could become part of human genetic structure. Originally, Japanese bacteriologists discovered that bacteria of one species transferred their own specific antibiotic resistance to bacteria of an entirely different species. Dr. Maurice Stroun and Dr. Philip Anker in the Department of Plant Physiology at the University of Geneva, began to accumulate evidence that the transfer of genetic information is not confined to bacteria, but can also occur between bacteria and higher plants and animals. According to an article in World Medicine on September 22, 1971, “Geneva scientists are convinced that normal animal and plant cells shed DNA, and that this DNA is taken up by other cells in the organism.”
Dr. Theresa Deisher, Current: President & CEO at AVM Biotechnology writes: “When pharmaceutical companies switched from using animal cell lines to using aborted human fetal cells lines to produce these vaccines, in the mid to late 1970s, they assumed, without any evidence, that using aborted fetal cells would result in a more efficient production system. Brief discussions about potential adverse health consequences of using aborted human cell lines for vaccine production were captured in minutes from FDA advisory meetings about this switch. However, no studies have been done to actually measure the extent of those potential adverse consequences.
Vaccines and biologics (engineered proteins as drugs) are too large to make in a test tube, so companies harness the normal machinery used to make these, cells. No final drug is ever completely ‘pure’ and you will find contaminating DNA and cellular debris from the production cell in your final product. When we switch from using animal cells to using human cells we now have human DNA in our vaccines and our drugs.”
When we consider the “law of unexpected outcomes,” we discover that with embryonic and adult stem cell intervention, vaccines and other “scientific and medical” approaches, it takes many years to truly determine whether a process or procedure will have harmful side effects. Such is the case for example, with stem cell research and Roe VS Wade, which at its onset ignored the long term effects to a woman’s mental and physical health impacted by abortion, while it discreetly overlooked the humanity of the children in the womb.
As human beings we have the privileged advantage of being able to think and to pray. The question is, do we still have an obligation or a desire to be informed? Or don’t we?