is worthy of further discussion. In 1983, infants under the age of one year received two thirds less vaccinations than they do today. In the 1960’s, the number of vaccines administered to infants was even less than in 1983. Understand that when counting vaccines, one immunization for example the MMR (measles, mumps, and rubella), is equal to three vaccines. The consequences of the sharp rise in vaccinations administered to infants, are a resulting high autism rate and huge learning disability problem in the children of the United States. Currently one in sixty seven children has been diagnosed with autism and one in six children suffers from a developmental disorder. A report on this tremendous and increasing problem can be found at  Autism and learning disabilities in the 1960’s and to the mid 1970’s were almost non-existent. As all should realize, infants are very fragile human beings that require extremely gentle and cautious care. Over immunizing a young life places stresses on the immune system, neurological system and other organs of the body. It is obvious that the increase in the number of vaccines administered to young infants and children today are responsible for damages inflicted on the brain of the young. In addition, some vaccines are developed using aborted fetal stem cells. It is ludicrous to believe that the occult has not been involved in the manufacturing of these types of vaccinations. It appears that evil is attempting to involve many people in a type of cannibalism by injecting them with products derived from murdered human beings. Further information is available on these evil practices at

Isaiah 19:3 predicts:

And the spirit of Egypt shall fail in the midst thereof; and I will destroy the counsel thereof: and they shall seek to the idols, and to the charmers, and to them that have familiar spirits, and to the wizards.

Suggestions to combat the immoralities in the fields of remedies and healing are discussed below. First and foremost, knowledge is key. Procuring a set of medical encyclopedias published prior to 1970 will yield insight to the reader and serve as a means of comparison when faced with remedial dilemmas. Secondly, the companionship of a patient advocate during visits with remedy specialists may alleviate some of the negligence and malpractice that patients have been increasingly subjected to. Note that the patient advocate does not wait in the waiting room but rather accompanies the patient into the procedural or examination room. A patient advocate can be a family member, a friend, an acquaintance where the advocacy is reciprocated, or a paid individual. The idea behind this concept is to provide for physical assistance to the patient, give moral support to the patient, and to serve as a witness to the specialist’s procedures and practices. If the patient has concerns related to treatment, the patient advocate can help to relay these concerns to the specialist. A patient advocate can review forms to be signed and help a patient to fully understand documents related to their care. This insures that a patient’s real desires are brought forth without coercion from specialists who may gain financially, based on certain remedy decisions. A patient advocate can provide for the feeding of a patient who is too weak to feed him or herself during hospital stays. A patient advocate can serve in other ways as well, such as reading to patients or fulfilling a patient’s special requests. If the patient advocate is a paid employee of an agency, it is important to note that costs should be kept low to the patient, in other