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The authors would like to note, before proceeding to the actual Vaccine Procedure, that some people may be able to claim a religious exemption from receiving vaccines for themselves or their children. Not all states or countries allow this and some states are trying to disallow this exemption, so make sure to check in on the rules in your state of residence to find out if you or your child may be able to claim this.
You must be able to make a valid claim that receiving a vaccine violates your spiritual beliefs or ability to adhere to a moral code and practice prayer, meditation, or worship. The Seventh Day Adventist Church is one such group whose followers are often permitted to claim exemptions from vaccinations (at the time of this writing) due to their religious beliefs, however there are other groups that are permitted to claim this exemption as well.
View this website for more recently update information in the US regarding vaccination exemptions for school children: https://www.ncsl.org/research/health/school-immunization-exemption-state-laws.aspx
The Vaccination Procedure is specifically used to help purge the body of toxins that it may have been exposed to after receiving a vaccination. It may be used in infants, children, and adults of any age and should be used immediately before and after receiving a vaccine (according to the instructions below) to obtain the best results. Because there are certain situations where parents who do not want to vaccinate their children (or adults who don’t want to be vaccinated) may not be left with any choice in the matter, this vaccine procedure has been developed to help neutralize the potentially toxic or negative effects of vaccinations. MMS can help neutralize poisons and restore the body to health.
Below we have outlined the steps involved with the Vaccine Procedure:
- Approximately 2 weeks before you go to obtain the vaccine, complete the Starting Procedure discussed previously and start on the Classic Protocol 1000. You should be making each dose of MMS1 fresh each hour. You will continue to administer the Protocol 1000 as described for 1 week after the vaccination (totaling up to a treatment time of 3 weeks, including the 2 weeks of treatment before the vaccine).
- On the day that you will receive the vaccine, take 6 activated drops of MMS1 (6 drops of 28% sodium chlorite solution + 6 drops of an acid) approximately 1-2 hours before actually getting vaccinated. Then, continue to take 3 more 6-drop doses over the course of the next 8 hours. You will administer a total of 4 doses of 6 drops each spaced 2 hours apart, equaling a total 8-hour regimen for the day.
For example, if you will receive your vaccination at 10am, you should aim to take your first 6-drop dose at 8am. The second dose will be 2 hours later at 10am (take it either immediately before or immediately after the vaccine, try to get as close to 2 hours after the first dose as you possibly can). The third dose will be at 12pm. The final 6-drop dose of the day will be at 2pm.
- As soon as you can (ideally immediately after you leave and have a moment alone in the car or in a bathroom, but it can also wait until you get home if you don’t have too far to go), you will apply an MMS1 patch to the area where the vaccine was injected. Follow the previously mentioned steps in the Patch Protocol to make this patch.
Three hours after applying the first MMS1 patch, remove the first patch, clean the area, and apply a second patch. Then three more hours after the application of the second patch, clean the area again and apply the third and final patch to the injection area.
Continue to apply 2-3 MMS1 patches daily for at least 1 week after the vaccine is administered. You should also still be following the Protocol 1000 for the week after vaccination as mentioned in Step 1.
Below we have included a sample schedule for you to follow for the Vaccination Procedure to clarify the timing points described above:
|Vaccination Procedure Sample Dosing Schedule|
|2 Weeks Before Vaccination|
|8 consecutive hours of the day, every day (for example, every hour between 6am – 12pm or from 12pm – 8pm. The choice of time is yours)||Starting Procedure (described earlier in the book)|
|8 consecutive hours of the day, every day (for example, every hour between 6am – 12pm or from 12pm – 8pm. The choice of time is yours)||Classic Protocol 1000 (work up to 3 drops per hour as quickly as possible according to the instructions outlined in the section on the Protocol 1000)|
|On the Day of the Vaccine|
|8:00am||6 activated drops of MMS1|
|10:00am (RECEIVE VACCINE)||6 activated drops of MMS1|
|10:30am (immediately after vaccine)||Apply first MMS1 patch to the injection area (make sure that your skin is clean and dry)|
|12:00pm||6 activated drops of MMS1|
|1:30pm||Remove the first MMS1 patch, rinse the area, and apply the second MMS1 patch to the injection area. Make sure that the skin is clean.|
|2:00pm||6 activated drops of MMS1 (FINAL DOSE)|
|4:30pm||Remove the second patch and apply the third MMS1 patch. Rinse the skin and make sure it’s clean and dry before applying the new patch to the injection area (FINAL PATCH TODAY).|
|1 Week Following Vaccination|
|8 consecutive hours of the day, every day (for example, every hour between 6am – 12pm or from 12pm – 8pm. The choice of time is yours)||Classic Protocol 1000 (aim to take 3 drops of MMS1 solution every hour if possible)|
|Total of 9 hours of the day, administer every three hours (see above schedule for a sample of the timing; for example, you may apply the first patch at 10am, the second patch at 1pm, and the final patch at 4pm)||3 MMS1 Patches (follow the steps in the Patch Protocol to make the patches, and make sure to apply them securely to the area where you received the injection)|
Here are some basic guidelines to follow when you are administering the MMS1 Vaccine Procedure to yourself or someone else:
- If you experience nausea, vomiting, or diarrhea at any point while doing the Protocol 1000 (3 drops per hour for 8 consecutive hours a day), cut the dose you’re taking in half (or even in half again, if needed) until these symptoms stop. When you feel better, you may try to increase the dose again slowly. We recommend taking at least one day per incremental increase to raise your dosage so that you can assess how you’re feeling more effectively.
- If you don’t have any warning before receiving the vaccine, such as in the case where you’re traveling and cannot enter a country without receiving a vaccination, you should start with Step 2 of the procedure described above. Thus, on the day you receive the vaccine, you’ll do the 4 doses of 6 MMS1 drops each along with the MMS1 patches. Continue with the rest of the steps as prescribed, however you should aim to do at least 2 weeks of the Protocol 1000 following the vaccine instead of the 1 week mentioned previously. If you feel it’s necessary, you can even do the full 3 weeks of treatment with the Protocol 1000 as long as your body feels up to it. You may do the patches for only one week following the vaccine (you don’t have to do these for a full 2 weeks).
Vaccine Procedure for Children and Infants
Children and babies often may be required to receive vaccinations before they’re allowed to enroll in school or participate in certain activities. They’re subject to many more vaccinations than adults in a lot of cases, so it’s important to be aware of the Vaccination Procedure for young people in advance so that you (as a parent) can administer it correctly when/if the time comes. The procedure described in the last section for adults should be followed for treating children too, but you’ll need to change the number of MMS1 drops that you administer according to the child’s body weight.
To administer the MMS1 patches to babies and younger children, follow the Patch Protocol instructions for babies and people with sensitive skin This dosage variation is not noted in the chart that follows, so refer to the Patch Protocol chapter for information about this part of the Vaccine Procedure.
The chart below outlines the doses that you should use to administer the Vaccine Procedure for babies and children (remember to not go beyond the amount of MMS1 listed below, it’s important to not increase the dosage further than what is recommended here for a child of a particular weight group) :
|Protocol 1000 Dosing Guide for Children and Infants
(modified to account for the fact that children may not have enough time prior to the vaccine to complete the Starting Procedure)
|Infants weighing less than 7 lbs (3.2 kg)||Start with a ¼ drop of MMS1 per hour on the first day, and then proceed to ½ drop per hour on the second day through the 14th/21st day.|
|Children between 7-24 lbs (3.2-10 kg)||Start with a ½ drop of MMS1 per hour on the first day, and then proceed to ¾ drop per hour on the second day through the 14th/21st day.|
|Children between 25-49 lbs (11-22 kg)||1 drop per hour|
|Children between 50-74 lbs (23-33 kg)||2 drops per hour|
|Children weighing more than 75 lbs (34+ kg)||3 drops per hour (same as adult dosage)|
|MMS1 Dosage Guide for the Day of the Vaccine|
|Infants weighing less than 7 lbs (3.2 kg)||¾ drop every 2 hours (4 total doses)|
|Children between 7-24 lbs (3.2-10 kg)||1 drop every 2 hours (4 total doses)|
|Children between 25-49 lbs (11-22 kg)||2 drops every 2 hours (4 total doses)|
|Children between 50-74 lbs (23-33 kg)||4 drops every 2 hours (4 total doses)|
|Children weighing more than 75 lbs (34+ kg)||6 drops every 2 hours (4 total doses; same as adult dosage)|