Introduction: A Medical Mystery
In the summer of 1928 a seven-year old Swiss girl named Heidi received her
smallpox vaccination. Life went on as usual until, two weeks later, she suddenly
developed a high fever, excruciating headache and terrible lower back pain. After
four days of suffering she went into a coma. Her doctors did not expect her to live.
The diagnosis was encephalitis of smallpox.
After five days Heidi regained consciousness. She felt nothing except a burning
thirst. As her body began to revive she became aware of a painful stiffness in her
back and legs, which she could not move.
She had to learn to walk all over again, one step at a time. Her lower back remained
stiff and achy, especially when rising from a chair or bed.
The spot on Heidi’s right arm where she was vaccinated began to ooze pus—enough
to fill a small glass. This oozing would continue for the next four years.
Heidi could not learn or concentrate, and she fell behind in school. Heidi’s doctor
assured the family that the oozing of pus was a sign of detoxification, and that
eventually Heidi would recover. He was right. After four years Heidi regained her
ability to concentrate and learn, and her headaches and backache ceased.
Some traces of her illness would remain for the rest of her life, however. Whenever
a thunderstorm approached, or snow was in the air, Heidi was prone to sudden fits of
leaden tiredness. When she had a fever, she also suffered a severe headache.
After menopause, Heidi experienced attacks of fatigue more frequently. She
developed a chronic cough, worse from February to April. She felt arthritic pains in
her knees. She remained upbeat and hard-working despite these ailments, however,
doing housework without complaint and sewing till late at the night so her children
would not lack for anything.
Erika, Heidi’s third child, grew up to become a family physician in the small town of
Baar, Switzerland. Erika took an interest in Heidi’s medical problems not just out of
professional curiosity and daughterly devotion, but also because Erika herself had
similar symptoms. Though never vaccinated against smallpox, Erika suffered from
the same fits of leaden tiredness. Although Erika enjoyed good health generally, her
immune system seemed fragile, brittle, as though she were carrying a toxic load that
was always waiting to react synergistically with any stress or natural disease.
Whenever Erika caught a cold or flu she simply collapsed. She was hypersensitive to
medications. Once she took a single dose of cortisone, for example, which led to five
attacks of tonsillitis in six months.
In the hospital where Erika interned, she met older patients with symptoms similar to
her own. She also noticed the scars of old smallpox vaccinations on their arms.
Erika could find no explanation for her symptomology in the medical literature or in
talks with her professors. Finally, however, she discovered the key: the work of an
English physician, James Compton Burnett, MD (1840-1901). Burnett described
cases of chronic illness, or vaccinosis, caused by smallpox immunization, which he
cured with a type of noninvasive treatment called homeopathy.
Homeopathy was developed by the German physician, Samuel
Hahnemann (1755-1843). Ironically, homeopathy was the original
immunotherapy, the theorectical model on which vaccination is
based. Homeopathy uses only nontoxic medicines, however, which
stimulate the immune system without leaving a poisonous
As Erika pondered the astonishing idea that her health problems
might stem from her mother’s smallpox vaccination so many years
ago, she reasoned that the only way to find out was to treat herself
homeopathically for smallpox vaccinosis.
She took a single dose of the homeopathic medicine, Variolinum, which is made from
the smallpox virus.
The result was magical. She never suffered another attack of leaden tiredness. She
became much less susceptible to infections. Encouraged by her success, she began
to treat patients in her clinic suffering from hypersensitivity, sudden tiredness,
faintness, migraines, lower back pain and knee pain with the same homeopathic
medicine. Their symptoms vanished.
This paper will show that homeopathic medicines can both detoxify the body of
vaccines as well as replace vaccines entirely. The following topics will be examined:
1. Are vacciness harmless?
2. Do vaccines really work?
3. Homeoprophylaxis as an alternative to vaccines
4. How homeopathic medicines are made
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