Vaccination: Facts and Problems Copyright 1902 – Edward Jenner

October 24 · Edited ·

 In the world of research, you must also read what the historic PROMOTERS of vaccine have to say. They, many times, reveal a piece of the whole story. Did Edward Jenner, the father of vaccination, actually succumb to ‘autistic’ type over-sensory sensations?
Edward Jenner had vaccinated his oldest child Edward Robert Jenner (1789-1810). The child lived until 21 years old, leading a sickly life. He also most likely vaccinated himself and his wife, but he refused to vaccinate his youngest child Robert Fitzhardinge.(1797-1854) The youngest unvaccinated child lived until nearly 60 years old. Edward Jenners wife, Catherine, lived only 5 years beyond the vaccinated child early death. Between the 5 years of death of his son and then his wife, Jenner lived with great anxiety and rarely left his abode. It is recorded in this book that Jenner, a few years after the death of his wife, too, began to have episodes:
“In 1820, Jenner had a fainting fit in his garden. He was picked up insensible and carried to his house. …From this attack he never thoroughly recovered. The state of his feelings is best described in his own words, which are quoted from a letter written (by Jenner) May 21, 1821. “My nerves still vibrate too readily when touched by unnatural sounds. Nature built the brain and nerves, but glasses, plates, knives, forks, and spoons are not her manufactory. The sharp sounds elicited by the sudden contact of these bodies when forcibly brought together produce an effect like the splash from a stone forcibly thrown into a pool of smooth water. The propensity to feel this and the violence of the shock is in proportion to the length of the interval between one shock and another…..The clatter of a dinner table is the worst of all, from all the clickings of knives, forks, and spoons….”
Vaccination: Facts and Problems Copyright 1902
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