When Dominic was 13 months old we went to the doctor’s office to get him vaccinated. Although he was already walking, he preferred to hold furniture and was playing at a Thomas the Train table in the office. Suddenly he stopped playing and walked all the way across the lobby unassisted to a little blonde girl. He reached up with his hands to hold her cheeks and pull her in for a kiss on the lips and said, “Hi.” The other parents, the nurses and receptionist all giggled and laughed and cheered at how cute it was. That was Dominic 100%: he played with the children at daycare, was very social, and waved at everyone. We had our visit where he aced his developmental test, got his shots – the MMR, Varicella, PCV, and Hib – and we went home.
He screamed and screamed and spiked a 105 fever. His pediatrician’s office said he will be fine – just give him Tylenol. Hours later it was no better, the fever barely budged then came right back. I called again and was told no need to come in just keep giving him Tylenol. He didn’t speak another word after that day. He wasn’t the same happy, smiling baby he was before, but having just been through a stressful couple of days I thought he would be ok and kept trying not to worry like the nurses were telling me. READ MORE…
This short film is certainly a testimony of the reality of a physiological boy who identifies as a girl in this Christian family.
Transgender identity; homosexuality, in many observations, is a result of toxic agriculture causing hormonal disruption in the growing fetus. In Italy and Greece, it was the metal lead, as a hormonal disruptor, in the plumbing of the rich that caused the wave of homosexuality in those countries. Documented extensively by the late Peter Montague of Rachel’s Hazzardous newsletter, homosexuality and now the advanced burden of gender dysphoria has its roots in toxic agriculture. Virtually no one is looking to the Cause.
VLA Comment: This lecture is quite long and will be hard for most people to grasp. But if you are interested in metaphysics, give it a try. Here is a quote from his lecture on FALL OF THE SPIRITS OF DARKNESS: “I have told you that the spirits of darkness are going to inspire their human hosts, in whom they will be dwelling, to find a vaccine that will drive all inclination towards spirituality out of people’s souls when they are still very young, and this will happen in a roundabout way through the living body. Today, bodies are vaccinated against one thing and another; in future, children will be vaccinated with a substance which it will certainly be possible to produce, and this will make them immune, so that they do not develop foolish inclinations connected with spiritual life — ‘foolish’ here, of course, in the eyes of materialists.”
Medical DNA sequencing leads to lawsuits and legal questions
One of the biggest concerns is legal liability. Health care providers face a disconnect: Technology has outpaced their ability to interpret genetic results, such as a patient’s risk of breast cancer or heart attack from a particular mutation. Because of that, typical fallbacks including providing a rigorous standard of care—which can also act as a legal shield against malpractice claims—are becoming fuzzy. What is a doctor to do when a patient has results from a direct-to-consumer testing company like 23andMe and asks what implications they have for their health? Or when a lab notifies a doctor that a genetic variant their patient carries, thought meaningless 3 years ago, is now known to be harmful, but they can’t locate the patient? Can a testing lab be held liable for not regularly reviewing the scientific literature, to track science’s understanding of the gene variants it tests for?
LawSeqSM: Building a Sound Legal Foundation for Translating Genomics into Clinical Application
This innovative 3-year project, based cooperatively at the University of Minnesota and Vanderbilt University, has convened a national Working Group of top legal and scientific experts to analyze current US federal and state law and regulation on translational genomics and to generate consensus guidance on what the law should be.
NOTE: The last measles death in the United States occurred in 2015
Nowadays, due to the vastly improved nutrition and hygiene, compared to the mid-19th century when large numbers of children died with measles because (due to under-nutrition) their livers were not adequately developed, measles has become a mostly two day event causing little stress to the child provided that the measles is allowed to proceed at its intended age.
Parents will note that their children have gone through a major emotional development and become much more balanced as well as finally getting their own faces.
In some Third World countries, such as Bangladesh, where chronic under-nutrition, as in 19th century Europe, is still rife, considerable numbers of children die because their livers are not adequately developed for the measles process, thus adding further support to the postulate expressed here.