Vaccine Lymph
[back] Smallpox

[It beggars belief that this germ brew was cut into babies and adults, and claimed to have saved us all from smallpox!  It is no wonder it was termed the slaughter of innocents by William Job CollinsThe   calf   is   strapped   to   a   tilting   table,   the right side being " thoroughly scrubbed with soap and hot water, and then shaved. ... A number of superficial incisions (about 100), each about one inch long, are then made in ... several rows . . . en echelon. The lancet employed for the purpose has a spear-headed blade. . . . Over each incision a drop of glycerinated lymph is allowed to fall from a glass tube, and the drop is rubbed in with the flat portion of the blade of the lancet. The process is carried out by one of the laboratory servants, and is a somewhat lengthy one, "When the ' lymph' has dried, the calf is removed from the table and taken back to its stall.      The vaccine material is always collected on the sixth day. The calf is once more placed on the table ; or, if material is required for immediate use only, it is usually allowed to stand. The vaccinated area is washed with warm water, and dried with clean soft cloths. Each vesicle is now clamped separately, and the crust first removed with a lancet, which is then wiped on a cloth pinned to the front of the cotton blouse which the operator has previously donned.      The vesicle is then thoroughly scraped with the edge of a somewhat blunt lancet, and the resultant mixture of lymph, epithelial tissue (skin), and blood is transferred to a small nickel crucible set in a wide wooden stand on a table close to the operator.       To the pultaceous (gruelly) mass contained in the crucible there is added about an equal quantity of glycerine.      The mixture of pulp and glycerine is triturated in a mixing machine . . . driven by a small electric motor.      The mixture, having thus been rendered thin and homogeneous, is received in a clean sterilised nickel crucible placed beneath the machine, but with a view of still further improving its appearance and of removing any extraneous matters, such as hairs, it is afterwards pressed through a small brass-wire sieve consisting of extremely fine gauze into an agate mortar. This is done by means of a bone spoon, and there is left on the surface of the gauze nothing but a very small quantity of epithelial tissue together with a few hairs. The mixture is further triturated in the mortar with an agate pestle, and is then ready for filling into the tubes in which it is distributed."
    Take pus from a cow which contains animal germs such as TB & Brucellosis (one animal virus, SV40, from the polio vaccine is causing cancer now), or pus from a smallpox victim (75% of vaccination was arm to arm as late as 1890) which could contain leprosy (introduced into Hawaii by vaccination),
Erysipelas, Smallpox, Syphilis, TB/consumption etc, plus any bacteria growing in the pus which would easily lead to death from poisoning (these are some of the contaminants contained in today's vaccines.) No methods of sterilisation were available, they thought glycerine killed all germs!  Cut the victim with a knife called a lancet and place this pus in the wound.  Hundreds of people could use the same lancet and ivory points--NB: The WHO say 1.5 million people died in 2001 due to dirty needles, and they eliminate unhealthy kids from vaccine trials, which would have been the norm in the 19 century, especially with their Diet.  You can see as late as 1925 the vaccine genocide continuing in the Philippines.  And this is how the Medical Mafia saved the world from smallpox!!]

See: SV40  Glycerine


[1901] Pure Vaccine, Where It Is Made

"Lymph is a false term. It is diseased and disease-bearing matter, and should be called pus, and its wilful insertion into the skin of any human being should be called blood-poisoning, and denounced as a crime of the first magnitude."   Wallace, LL.D. (1889/1898, Alfred R (source: LEICESTER: SANITATION versus VACCINATION BY J.T. BIGGS J.P.)

"You cannot immunize sick children, malnourished children, and expect to get away with it. You'll kill far more children than would have died from natural infection ......So Jenner got some of the 'cowpox' and inoculated it into someone's arm - it fostered and the pus was then inoculated into someone else - 100% success was claimed. 100%!! How absurd - complete with all sorts of germs including hepatitis, syphilis and whatever. If one did that today, without antibiotics, the death rate would be huge."---Dr Kalokerinos, M.D.

[Extract from 1912 book] LEICESTER: SANITATION versus VACCINATION BY J.T. BIGGS J.P.
CHAPTER 98: " Lymph."   What is "vaccine lymph"?
    Humanised " Lymph."
    Animal "Lymph."
CHAPTER 99:  "Glycerinated Calf Lymph."
CHAPTER  100: How " Glycerinated  Calf  Lymph " is "Manufactured."
CHAPTER  101: Dr. Klein's Microbic Experiments.
CHAPTER  102: "Small-Pox Virus Vaccine."

Smallpox Shaw

J.T. Biggs  Arm to arm vaccination quotes Smallpox spread by vaccine quotes (vaccine damage)  Vaccine "lymph" and disease spread

Hay, 1937, Dr. William Howard  Arm to arm vaccination

Wallace, LL.D. (1889/1898, Alfred R.

Wallace, LL.D. (1889/1898, Alfred R.

Archie Kalokerinos M.D Smallpox vaccine racket    Edward Jenner 

Bayly, Beddow

Shaw, George Bernard  

Shaw, George Bernard 

The Connaught archives hold a fourth photograph that does not appear in the collage, although it appears to have been taken at the same time as the three in the magazine. It shows a calf splayed on the operating table, legs encased in white cotton, with a technician scraping the vesicles, with a glass topped laboratory table next to him. The technician is white coated, but dark smears of what appears to be blood can be seen on his pants. This was not, perhaps, an image likely to reassure parents or anti vivisectionists.

Scientist Scraping Skin of a Calf for Use in Production of Smallpox Vaccine

Bovine smallpox vaccine was lymph taken from the pustules of cows infected with cowpox. Vaccination had earlier involved the transfer of fluid from one human arm to another, which created its own set of problems, and the use of the calf in the late nineteenth century was seen as an improvement. (A calf could not transmit syphilis, or a range of other human diseases as human lymph might.) To produce bovine vaccine, the calf was shaved and scarified with vaccine; five days later large vesicles formed, and when the vesicles were considered ripe they were broken and the lymph harvested. It was this material that was used to vaccinate children against smallpox.


English physician S. Monkton Copeman showed that adding glycerin to lymph acts as a germicide. As glycerin came to be widely used, it reduced transmission of harmful microbes via the lymph. This photograph from a brochure shows the cattle operating room at Dr. H.M. Alexander's vaccine farm, outside Philadelphia.


Vignette showing lymph taken from a calf on a table. Wood engraving. Charles Joseph Staniland, 1883.