Smallpox by Herbert Shelton
From: The Hygienic System, Dr. Herbert M. Shelton, Orthopathy, Vol. VII,
.....just as before the time of (Dr.) Sydenham, all cases of measles,
chickenpox and scarlet fever were diagnosed as smallpox. Today if a case of
chickenpox has no vaccination scar, it is smallpox; if a case of smallpox
has a vaccination scar, it is chickenpox. Few cases now reported as smallpox
are ever sick enough to go to bed. The mortality from VACCINATION is much
higher than that from smallpox.
Smallpox, along with measles, scarlet fever, etc., is commonly referred to
in medical works as a "disease of unknown origin." It is assumed to be due
to germs, but the supposed causative germs have never been found. Epidemics
occur chiefly in winter when germs are less active. Protein excess, foul air
and inactivity seem to be its chief causes.
Sydenham, who saw more of the old virulent variola vera than all the now
living physicians in this country together have seen, says: "As it is
palpable to all the world how fatal smallpox proves to many of all ages, so
it is clear to me from all the observations that I can possibly make, THAT
IF NO MISCHIEF IS DONE, EITHER BY PHYSICIAN OR NURSE, IT IS THE MOST SAFE
AND SLIGHT OF ALL DISEASES." Under hygienic care recovery is rapid with
little or no pitting.
The "disease" is as CONTAGIOUS AS INGROWING TOENAILS, and every case must be
quarantined. Fear of the disease MUST be kept up in the public, for it is
only thus that the present farce can go on.
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