by Dr. Sherri J Tenpenny, DO, AOBNMM, ABIHM
Discussions regarding the cumulative amount of mercury and aluminum in vaccines have risen to the forefront of many discussions. I have been reviewing the package inserts of every US approved vaccine and adding up the total amount of foreign matter (by weight) being injected into humans. To do this, I created a spreadsheet to log every ingredient in every vaccine, including the amount of each substance listed as milligrams, micrograms or even nanograms. Believe me when I say, this has been a time-intensive, colossal undertaking.
I started by listing all the vaccines across the top row of the spreadsheet – there are at least 60 vaccines currently approved for the U.S. market, and there are 250 more on the way. Working with this page, I began to list every chemical and every cell type in the first column. In addition to viruses such as polio, measles or influenza, vaccines contain at least 130 different ingredients such as metals, chemicals, yeast, antibiotics, sucrose, lactose, and casein. Vaccines have foreign proteins including DNA from humans (albumin and aborted fetal cells) and DNA from animals (chickens, cows, pigs, guinea pigs, monkeys and even insects.)
Most of these ingredients fall into a group called excipients, with subcategories that include adjuvants, which enhance antibody production; stabilizers, which prolong shelf life; and preservatives, which prolong the shelf life of vaccine components. Examining the excipient list more closely, I noticed a number of different bovine ingredients within the various vaccines:
I found this to be curious. Why eight different bovine ingredients? What are the differences between each type of ingredient that necessitates a distinct listing? When I investigated this further and I was appalled by what I found. (Click to Site)
By Heather Callaghan, Editor
The Hays Consolidated Independent School District Facebook page removed a post about a planned bioterrorism drill after protest of the use of mass vaccination followed its two posts.
KXAN reports on the district in Kyle, TX:
The vaccination debate unexpectedly came to the Hays CISD Facebook page on Monday following two posts about a planned “emergency response and mass vaccination drill” at Hays High School.
The bioterrorism drill, from 7:30 a.m. until noon on Tuesday, took place in the high school parking lot, involving area first responders and volunteers. Hays County says they hold this kind of drill to practice the emergency distribution of relief items, vaccinations and medication and health assessments.
“This particular scenario was based upon an anthrax release in the county,” said Hays County Emergency Preparedness Coordinator Mike Jones. “We take that as a terrorist event or bioterrorism.”
CISD explained that students were not a part of the drill and they didn’t intend vaccination to be the focus.
“We want emergency medicine, we want to be able to get water and food when we need it if there is a crisis, but a mass vaccination drill — it’s not real!” said Donna Voetee who spoke out about the event. “A mass vaccination drill promoted by our government, its tyranny and it’s terrifying to me that this would happen.”
She traveled from Lockhart to Kyle to watch but says the actual event was downplayed including the use of mass vaccination, perhaps because of cyber warriors. (Click to Site)
Like a frog in a pot, sometimes we don’t realize how serious the situation is because we’ve grown accustomed to the temperature. We need a reality check.
I know some are skeptical of the Revelation 12 Sign. I get it, but stop and look around. How long until something big goes pop? Life at this pace and trajectory is unsustainable in the short-run. We can’t keep on like this very long before one of these near misses becomes a huge disaster – WW3 or worse.
Wars and Rumors of Wars…
Earlier this week it was reported that an Air France jet missed a collision with a North Korean ICBM by 10 minutes – Link
This week CNN and others reported “highly unusual” North Korean submarine activity. Some believe North Korea is planning an ICBM launch from a submarine – Link
China warns U.S. on North Korea – The Telegraph
China warns U.S. over South China Sea Islands – BBC
Iran and the U.S.
Iran warns U.S. over Syria – New York Times
Trump appoints General “Mad Dog” Mattis to Secretary of Defense – BBC
– If ever this world had a convergence of men at the ready to blow this world sky high and the capability to do so, now is the time. Gone are reverence, humility and respect.
Luke 21:11 –
There will be terrible earthquakes, famines, and dreadful diseases in various places. Terrifying sights and miraculous signs will come from the sky.
One version adds: “and winter, and cold, shall be protracted.”
Very large and odd cold weather system settles into the middle of the country – The Weather Channel
Unheard of head in the Pacific Northwest – CNN
Heavy storms in the Midwest and northeast – AccuWeather
India – dry in monsoon season – Link
Recently we were hearing about how bone dry California is, then Lake Tahoe was full, now wildfires and record temperatures. Seems the earth is all over the charts.
Just a few years ago Texas and the Southeast were bone dry and just yesterday it was 70 degrees in Dallas at 5 PM in early August. As a personal note: I put in a new St. Augustine yard last fall and have hardly had to water it since it has rained every few days for 10 months. Very, very strange.
In May, 60,000 were evacuated from Moscow due to severe weather – The Weather Channel
In March it was reported that The Sea of Galilee was at it’s lowest level in 100 years – YouTube
If you’re prone to forgetting your card key for the office or your computer password, here’s a solution: Get a microchip implanted in your hand.
That’s what Brian McEvoy has done multiple times. He’s got five implants, mostly for functional reasons but one just for fun.
“There’s a glow-in-the-dark implant on the back of my right hand,” said McEvoy, a 36-year-old electrical engineer from St. Paul, Minnesota.
For years, owners have implanted microchips in their pets to recover them if they go astray. Farmers use them in cattle. Now, humans are experimenting with subdermal microchips, which are the size of a large grain of rice, to make modern life easier.
Ever so slowly, a trend that began in the hacker community is moving toward the mainstream. A Wisconsin firm that specializes in designing company break rooms, Three Square Market, announced last month that it was offering implanted chips to all its employees.
The chips will allow employees to “make purchases in the company’s break room market, open doors, log in to computers, use copy machines, among other things,” it said in a statement. (Click to Site)
Everyone has heard of those crazy folks who are all ready to hunker down in a bunker with some buckets of freeze-dried food and a bunch of guns – it’s the fodder of quirky news stories and the avatar of many a deranged serial killer in the movies. So how does a perfectly normal person end up turning into a survivalist prepper?
I get asked this a lot because I come across as fairly normal and sane. But, despite my average-mom exterior, I’ve been a prepper for more than 20 years and there’s most likely a gun tucked away in my girlie-looking purse.
So, let’s dispel a few myths and answer a few questions, shall we? At the end, let me know if the how and the why make more sense than you thought they would.
Just about every prepper I know has a story about something awful that happened during which they felt helpless to take care of their families. And I’m no different.
My turning point occurred when my first baby was just over a month old. There I was, at home with that precious little bundle, when my husband walked in from work one night and told me he’d been laid off.
We didn’t have much money saved up. We had a few groceries in the kitchen but were by no means stocked up. We had diapers to buy, rent to pay, and a car to keep on the road, and suddenly, not a penny of income. My husband applied for unemployment and desperately sought work, picking up some day labor here and there. It was dismal and terrifying. We ate bagels and peanut butter for weeks because I’d stocked up when they were on sale. We had some broccoli and tomatoes from our vegetable garden and that was absolutely it. I have no idea what we would have done for our baby if I hadn’t been nursing when this all occurred.
And it was during that time I went all Scarlett O’Hara with the carrot and waved my fist around in a field and yelled, “As God is my witness, I’ll never be hungry again!” (Click to Site)
A Trump adviser who advocated for declaring the Muslim Brotherhood a terrorist organization and warned of a globalist “deep state” working to undermine the Trump agenda has been axed by the president’s top national security chief, H.R. McMaster.
But the fired adviser, Rich Higgans, is only the latest chip to fall in an ongoing “purge” of “America-first” stalwarts from the National Security Council.
The idea that an alliance of Obama holdovers consisting of globalists and Islamists are working inside the government as part of a “deep state” effort to destroy the Trump presidency has been a common theme put forth by outside analysts trying to explain the intrigue behind Trump’s first six months in the White House.
But the idea apparently was not confined to outsiders. Higgins, a high-level official inside the president’s National Security Council, sent a memo up the chain of command in May, warning of just such a plot. Higgins’ memo caught the eye of McMaster and cost him his job.
According to a report Wednesday by the Atlantic, McMaster removed Higgins from his post as director of strategic planning on July 21 after reading the memo, which was considered too “conspiratorial.”
The memo alleged that leftists, globalists, Islamists and “deep state” actors are engaged in “political warfare” against Trump. It states:
“Through the campaign, candidate Trump tapped into a deep vein of concern among many citizens that America is at risk and slipping away. Globalists and Islamists recognize that for their visions to succeed, America, both as an ideal and as a national and political identity, must be destroyed.”
The memo described the insurrection against Trump as “Maoist” in nature.
“In Maoist insurgencies, the formation of a counter-state is essential to seizing state power,” the memo reads. “Functioning as a hostile complete state acting within an existing state, it has an alternate infrastructure. Political warfare operates as one of the activities of the ‘counter-state.’ (Click to Site)