One of the many adverse events linked to Wuhan coronavirus (COVID-19) “vaccines” is reactivation of the varicella-zoster virus, which can manifest as herpes, chickenpox, autoimmune blisters, and monkeypox. In fact, monkeypox is often indistinguishable from chickenpox, which, when it manifests in adults is called shingles. A 1988 study on monkeypox explains that “the main clinical diagnostic problem is the differentiation of human monkeypox from chickenpox.”
The first bowl has been poured
Wait so the vaccine was the mark of the beast? The vaccine isn’t necessary for buying and selling
No, the vaccine is not the mark, it is simply part of the mark, but one small leaf, of one branch of a much more insidious creeping vine that has slowly wrapped its tentacles around the Earth for thousands of years.
Consider the verses below, separated by thousands of years between their writing.
No, people took a poison shot and they got poisoned.
Ask deeply: who created the shots? what is in the shots? for what purpose did they administer those shots to billions of people? why did the need to do that in 2020? what is the history behind the people corporations and governments involved? and what are the long term goals of those people?
All roads lead to Rome
“Pox” is a common and well know symptom of vaccine poisoning or poisoning in general, and very few people have seen this happen lately. This is simply skin eruptions trying to get poison out of the body in one of the easiest ways. Germ theory is a lie, there are no viruses, no contagion, no monkey pox. Native Americans did not “catch” pox from Europeans and die, that too is a coverup lie because it isn’t possible. All of it is a lie, and until people wake up to the fact that illness is caused by toxicity and poisoning, they will never be free.
This happened to a teenage kid in the family a year ago. Right after the 2nd dose of the vax, he developed a rash on his torso that looked exactly like chickenpox. Even the Dr. said it looked just like it. The kid had never had chickenpox, but had gotten the chickenpox vaccine as a kid. So, the doctor said it couldn’t be chickenpox bc of the vaccine (I guess that one actually works to prevent the disease.) So, I don’t think it is shingles because you need to have had chickenpox once in order to get shingles later on. Whatever they are putting the vaccine behaves like chickenpox. Another kid in his friend group had the same reaction after his second dose. And they weren’t near each other (because schools went virtual) so there is no way they passed it to one another.
Dr. also didn’t think it could be related to the vaccine. He has other allergies so his mom was worried that he was having an allergic reaction to the shot. Dr. assured her he wasn’t. So you can bet that his case didn’t get reported to VAERS.
Well I’ll be a monkeys uncle