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The History of Health

(In Chronological Order)

This page: 540 AD - 1945
1946 - 1977
1978 - 1994

This is a much abbreviated form of the VERY extensive chronological chart of the history of mankind, as compiled by Val Valerian at www.trufax.org. Please visit his website for the full history.

Schools and universities don't teach us the history of the things which REALLY affect our lives, such as health. So I have put this together as a research tool.

Where possible, references are given. However, this type of information is not always readily available. Therefore, flexibility was allowed in compiling this history. Please don't get upset if something was left out or shouldn't have been included or you don't believe it happened. Do some research and come up with your own chronological chart!!!

I trust you will find the following to be interesting. If you do, please pass this information on to others (especially those who don't have access to the net).

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540 Bubonic plague engulfs the Roman Empire until 592.

1347 Bubonic plague spreads in Europe through 1350. Over 100 million would die from the plague during the next 400 years.

1350 Renaissance period, with its emphasis on freedom of the human spirit, replaces oligarchic control structures in Europe. It produces individualism dedicated to ending all hereditary control and dictatorship over the lives of people. The Rennaissance Period is ended by the old families in Europe.

1400's George Grote gives the University of London 6000 to study "mental health", which began the worldwide "mental health" movement.

1493 Columbus transports sugar cane to the New World on the advice of Queen Isabela.

1500 Dutch establish a sugar refinery at Antwerp and ship sugar to Germany and England.

1501 Swift development of book printing and typography.

1509 First attempts to restrict right to practice medicine to licensed doctors.

1515 Spanish monks offer loans in gold to anyone who would start a sugar mill.

1533 First non-medical insane asylums instituted.

1557 Massive influenza epidemic in Europe.

1558 Tobacco first brought to Europe from Mexico.

1560 Charles V of Spain builds vast palaces using taxes on sugar trade

1563 General outbreak of plague in Europe. Kills 20,000 in London.

1567 In South America, 2 million die from typhoid fever.

1568 Disease epidemic in Lisbon kills 40,000.

1573 First German sugar cane refinery at Augsburg.

1578 First recognized description of whooping cough (Pertussis) by French physician Guillame Baillou during epidemic in Paris.

1592 Plague kills 15,000 people in London.

1599 Outbreak of plague in Spain.

1660 British find sugar pushing so profitable it becomes a matter of national security. British pass the Navigation Act of 1660 to prevent transport of sugar, tobacco, or any product of the American Colonies to any port outside England, Ireland and British possessions.

1603 Heavy outbreak of plague in England.

1612 Tobacco planted in Virginia in American colonies.

1632 First coffee shop opens in London.

1635 Tobacco sale in France restricted to apothecaries by doctor's prescription only.

1657 Chocolate drinking introduced in London.

1662 Britain importing 16 million pounds of sugar per year.

1665 London swept by bubonic plague. It was noticed that people who lived without sugar escaped harm. Over 68,000 die.

1667 The apparent danger of using animal serums foreign to human beings and animal serums foreign to other animals is reported in medical literature in 1667, when lambs blood was unsuccessfully used as a human blood transfusion.(Sir Graham Wilson, The Hazards of Immunization, London 1967, Athlone Press).

1667 Epidemics of smallpox, dysentary begin.

1668 Merck begins an apothecary shop in Darmstadt Germany.

1670 Measles and tertian fever epidemics displace cholera.

1672 Dysentary becomes mild and some smallpox occurs.

 1673 Inoculation against smallpox appears in Denmark. (See 1778).

 1674 First mention of diabetes mellitus in British Pharmaceutice Rationalis, by Thomas Willis, member of the Royal College of Physicians.

1675 Malaria epidemic in England and discovery of "peruvian bark" (quinine).

1677 Ice cream becomes popular dessert in Paris.

1678 First medical treatise in America on smallpox and measles.

1695 Paris and Rome experience ferocious epidemics of Pertussis.

1699 Philadelphia epidemic of yellow fever.

1700 British Isles importing 20 million pounds of sugar per year.

1700 Deaths from tuberculosis increase dramatically in England and other sugar consuming countries as the body environment changes to accommodate it.

1700 Refined sugar is the most important export of France.

1702 First appearance of yellow fever in the United States. It would appear 35 times between 1702 and 1800 and would appear almost every year between 1800 and 1879.

1709 Plague in Turkey, Russia, Scandinavia and Germany through 1710.

1712 First record of vaccinations for smallpox in France.

1717 Innoculation against smallpox instituted in England by Lady Mary Montague after she returns from Turkey, where it was in a popular experimental stage at the time

1719 Outbreak of the plague in Marseilles, France through 1720.

1721 In the United States, a clergyman named Cotton Mather attempts to introduce a crude form of smallpox vaccination by smearing smallpox pus into scratches in healthy people. Over 220 people are treated during the first six months of experimentation. Only six had no apparent reaction. Mather was bitterly attacked for recommending this practice. Boston, Massachusetts.

1722 In Wales, a Dr. Wright refers to inoculation against smallpox in the British Isles as "an ancient practice". A citizen of Wales, 99 years old, states that innoculation had been known and used during his entire lifetime, and that his mother stated it was common during her life, and that she got smallpox through her "innoculation".

1723 First record of smallpox immunization in Ireland, when a doctor in Dublin inoculates 25 people. Three died, and the custom was briefly abandoned.

1724 First record of vaccination for smallpox in Germany. It soon fell into disfavor due to thenumber of deaths. Years later, doctors were able to reintroduce it.

1727 Coffee planted in Brazil.

1740 Smallpox epidemic in Berlin.

1741 Philadelphia epidemic of yellow fever.

 1747 Philadelphia epidemic of yellow fever.

1750 Scandinavia experiences a 15 year epidemic of Pertussis (whooping cough) which takes 45,000 lives.

1754 Inoculation for smallpox introduced in Rome. The practice was soon stopped because ofthe number of deaths it caused. Later, the medical profession would successfully reintroduce it.

1762 Philadelphia epidemic of yellow fever.

1763 Epidemic of smallpox in France wipes out a large part of the population. It was immediately attributed to inoculation, and the practice was prohibited by the French government for five years.

1768 The medical profession in France is successful in re-instituting vaccination for smallpox.

1778 Danish physicians move to open two major vaccination houses in Denmark, by order of the King.

1778 In Italy, infants were inoculated by Neapolitan nurses without the knowledge of parents.

1789 Epidemic of influenza in New England through 1790.

1790 First patent law in US established.

 1790 Edward Jenner buys a medical degree from St.Andrews University for 15.

1791 Edward Jenner vaccinates his 18 month old son with swine-pox. In 1798 he vaccinates his son with cow-pox. His son will die of TB at the age of 21.

1792 Anti-Saccharite Society forms in Europe to protest effect of sugar on people. It induces a British sugar boycott through Europe.

1793 Epidemic of influenza in New England.

1793 Major epidemic of yellow fever in the United States in Philadelphia, the social, political and financial center of the country. It would soon spread to other states through 1796.

1796 Edward Jenner in Gloucestershire, England credited with concept of vaccination. Jenner vaccinates an 8 year old boy with smallpox pus. Jenner would vaccinate the boy 20 times. The boy would die from TB at the age of 20.

1798 General vaccine programs against cowpox instituted in the US.

1800 Benjamin Waterhouse at Harvard University introduces vaccination in Massachusetts.

1800 British sugar consumption reaches 160 million pounds per year.

1801 First widespread experimentation with vaccines begins.

1802 The British government gives Edward Jenner 10,000 for continued experimentation with "smallpox vaccine." The paradigm that vaccines provide "lifetime immunity" is abandoned, and the concept of "revaccination" is sanctioned.

1809 Massachusetts encourages its towns to make provision for the vaccination of inhabitants with cow pox vaccines.

1810 Hahnemann founds homeopathy.

1810 The London Medical Observer (Vol.VI, 1810) publishes particulars of "535 cases of smallpox after vaccination, 97 fatal cases of smallpox after vaccination and 150 cases of serious injury from vaccination, ten of whom were medical men."

1812 France has mass planting of sugar beets and 500 refineries open. Over 8 million pounds of sugar are produced in one year.

1812 Death rate from TB in New York 700 per 100,000.

1815 Income tax ends in England. Resumes in 1842.

1816 Britain passes an act which outlawed brewers from possession of sugar or molasses, since brewers had been adulterating their product with sugar.

1822 The British government advances Edward Jenner another 20,000 for "smallpox vaccine" experimentation. Jenner suppresses reports which indicate his concept is causing more deaths than saving lives.

1826 M.Taveau in France invents mercury amalgam fillings.

1826 Cholera epidemic begins in India.

1830 Britain imports 18,956 chests of opium to China. Opium becomes the largest commodity in world trade.

 1831 Cholera epidemic spreads from Russia to Central Europe.

1831 Smallpox epidemic in Wurtemberg, Germany, where 995 vaccinated people succumb to the disease.

1831 In Marseilles, France, 2000 vaccinated people are stricken with smallpox. .

1832 British Medical Association chartered.

1832 Christian Hahnemann creates school of homeopathy.

1833 Mercury amalgam fillings introduced in NYC. Dentists rebelled.

1835 First availability of powerful compound microscopes.

1836 First recorded case of the use of psychiatry to suppress dissent in Russia.

 1838 Smallpox epidemic in England.

 1839 First time a disease is traced to a parasitic organism. (Schoenlein, fungal infection of scalp).

 1840 Baltimore Dental College graduates swore not to use mercury amalgam.

 1840 First Opium War in China, as Chinese protest British import of drugs.

1846 Nucleus of physicians in New York form the American Medical Association.

1847 American Medical Association (AMA) organized in the US.

1848 Dr.Semmelweis at the University of Vienna Medical School cuts infant deaths by requiring doctors to wash their hands. Subsequently fired.

1850 Homeopathic college founded in Cleveland, Ohio.

1850 British physician reads a paper detailing microscopic examination of food products to the US . The paper revealed that all food products examined in Britain were adulterated with foreign substances, including chemicals. Hearings periodically held for decades.

1850 A new way of thinking develops in German science, which maintains that people are similar to complex machines. It does nothing to take into account the spiritual basis of man. This thinking becomes the basis for experiments in psychology in order to discover the nature of humans and how to program them. The work of Wundt is the primary source of these ideas. American elite begin to come to Germany to study this way of thinking.

1850 US prison population is 29 per100,000 (This goes up to 250 per 100,000 by 1994).

1853 Dr. Isaac Brown, a prominent British surgeon and president of the Medical Society of London,creates a surgical procedure to remove the clitoris from women on the grounds that "masturbation caused epilepsy and convulsive diseases."

1853 Smallpox epidemic in England.

1853 In England, the Compulsory Vaccination Act . From 1853 to 1860, vaccination reached 75% of the live births and more than 90% of the population.

1853 Chloroform first used as anesthetic in England.

1853 First use of hypodermic needle for subcutaneous injection.

1855 Compulsory nature of Massachusetts vaccination statute firm, and a pre- condition for school admittance. Statutes created in the belief it would "protect children from smallpox."

 1855 New Orleans Medical and Surgical Journal sports an editorial which declares that "masturbation is the destroying element of civilized society."

1855 Outbreak of cholera in England.

1857 Vaccination in England enforced by fines. Smallpox epidemic begins in England that lasts until 1859. Over 14,000 die.

1858 England experiences a 7 year epidemic of Pertussis (ending in 1865) in which 120,000 die.

1860 Introduction of antibiotics and immunization into the US. (Thru 1896).

1860 Encyclopaedia Brittanica (8th Edition) states "nothing is more likely to prove hurtful to the cause of vaccination and render the public careless of securing to themselves its benefits, than the belief that they would require to submit to re-vaccination every 10 to 15 years". Later, in the 11th edition of the Encyclopaedia Britannica, the policy would change: "it is desirable that vaccination should be repeated at the age of 7 to 10 years, and thereafter at intervals during life".

1863 Second major epidemic of smallpox in England lasts until 1865. 20,000 die.

1864 Pasteur invents pasteurization process for wine.

1865 George Peabody (Rothschilds) conceives of "tax exempt charitable foundation".

1867 Vaccination Act of 1867 in England begins to elicit protest from the population and increase in the number of anti-vaccination groups. It compelled the vaccination of a baby within the first 90 days of its life. Those who objected would be continually badgered by magistrates and fined until the child turned 14. The law was passed on the assurance of medical officials that smallpox vaccinations were safe.

1867 Joseph Lister introduces sanitation into surgery,over the objections of leading English surgeons.

1867 Nonpayment of fines for skipping smallpox vaccination result in harsh penalties.

1869 Conference of the British Medical Association devotes its surgery discussions to an attack on antiseptic theory and the work of Lister.

1870 Third major smallpox epidemic in England begins and lasts until 1872. Over 44,800 dies.

1871 In Birmingham, England from 1871 to 1874, there were 7,706 cases of smallpox.Out of these, 6,795 had been vaccinated.

1871 In Bavaria, Germany, vaccination is compulsory and re-vaccination is commonplace. Out of 30,472 cases of smallpox, 29,429 had been vaccinated.

1871 Worldwide epidemic of smallpox begins. Claims 8 million people worldwide.

1871 Select committee of the Privy Council convened to inquire into the Vaccination Act of 1867 (England), as 97.5% of the people who died from smallpox were vaccinated for it.

1872 Japan institutes compulsory smallpox vaccination. Within 20 years 165,000 smallpox cases manifest themselves.

1872 In England, 87% of infants are vaccinated for smallpox. Over 19,000 die in England and Wales. (See 1925).

1875 Public Health Act of 1875 in England promotes sanitary conditions.

1878 Louis Pasteur tells his family never to show anyone his lab notebooks. His last surviving grandson donated the documents to the Bibiotheque Nationale in Paris in 1964. Later, historians would begin to examine Pasteurs notes and would find evidence of potential scientific misconduct and a large degree of dubious human experimentation. (See 1993 Gerald Geison).

1880 Beginning of a 20 year period where elite American students of Wundt (see 1850) in Germany return and become heads of psychology departments at Harvard, University of Pennsylvania, Cornell and all major universities and colleges. Wundt trains James Cattell, who returns to the US and trains over 300 in the Wundtian system which, with help from the Carnegie and Rockefeller foundations, eventually assume control of psychological testing in the United States for all the soldiers of the First World War.

1880 Recorded death rate from diabetes in Denmark is 1.8 per 100,000. (This will go up to 8 per100.00 in 1911 and 19 per 100,000 in 1934).

1880 Smallpox vaccinations start in the United States.

1880 Sweden consumption of refined sugar 12 pounds per person annually. (This will go up to 120 lb per person annually in 1929).

1882 Koch isolates the TB Bacillus. TB death rate 370 per 100,000.

1884 In England, Dr. Charles Creighton is asked to write an article for the Encyclopedia Britannica on vaccination.After much research internationally, he concludes that vaccination constituted "a gross superstition". Later, Creighton writes two books, "Cowpox and Vaccinal Syphilis" and "Jenner and Vaccination".

1884 In England, more that 1700 children vaccinated for smallpox die of syphillis.

1884 Dr. Sobatta of the German Army reports on the results of vaccination to the German Vaccination Commission, which subsequently publishes data proving that re-vaccination does not work. Deaths from vaccination are routinely covered up by physicians.

1886 A seven year period begins in Japan where 25,474,370 vaccinations and re-vaccinations are performed in Japan, representing 66% of the entire population of Japan. During that period, there are 165,774 cases of smallpox with 28,979 deaths. (See 1955).

1885 General vaccination program against rabies begins in the United States.

1887 New York doctor Ephraim Cutter publishes a book on cancer and the diet.

1887 In England, Dr. Edgar M. Crookshank, professor of pathology and bacteriology at Kings College, is asked by the British government to investigate the cowpox outbreak in Wiltshire. The result of the investigation was contained in two volumes of "The History and Pathology of Vaccination", in which he states that "the credit given to vaccination belongs to sanitation".

1888 Bacteriological Institute opens in Paris for experimentation with animals and production of vaccines and sera. Other institutes open around the world modeled after the Paris Institute.

1888 Bacteriological Institute in Odessa, Russia tries its hand at a vaccine for anthrax. Over 4500 sheep are vaccinated; 3700 of them die from the vaccination.

1889 In England, a royal commission is appointed to inquire into certain aspects of the vaccination question. The committee would be in session for 7 years and would issue 6 reports, with the final report in 1896. The result of the final report was the Vaccination Act of 1898.

1889 Most of Britain's food production becomes industrialized.

1890 Andrew Carnegie writes a series of eleven essays called "The Gospel of Wealth", a treatise which essentially stated that free enterprise and capitalism no longer existed in the United States, because he and Rockefeller owned everything, including the government, and that competition was impossible unless they allowed it.

Eventually, says Carnegie, the young children will become aware of this and form clandestine organizations to fight against it. Carnegie proposes that men of wealth form a synthetic free enterprise system based on cradle-to-grave schooling. The people who advanced through schooling would be given licenses to lead profitable lives. All licenses are tied to forms of schooling. This way, the entire economy can be controlled and people have a motivation for them to learn what you want them to learn. It also places the minds of all children in the hands of a few social engineers.

1890 Emil vin Behring announces discovery of anti-toxins.

1892 Cholera epidemic in Hamburg, Germany. Threat of importation into the US forced the establishment of the New York City Health Department division of Pathology, Bateriology and Disinfection.

1892 America takes the lead in world wide sugar consumption, surpassing the British. Sugar consumption would double again by 1920.

1893 German Dr.Julius Hensel states that processed flour is devoid of nutrients.

1893 Johns Hopkins Medical School established. Headquarters of German Allopathic Medicine.

1895 Diptheria vaccination program begins. Over the period lasting until 1907, 63,249 cases of diptheria were treated with anti-toxin. Over 8,900 died, giving a fatality rate of 14%. Over the same period, 11,716 cases were not treated with anti-toxin, of which 703 died, giving a fatality rate of 6%.

1896 Carlo Ruta, a professor at the University of Perugia in Italy, states that "vaccination is a world-wide delusion and an unscientific practice, with consequences measured today with tears and sorrow without end."

1897 AMA formally incorporated, paying $3 fee to State of Illinois.

1897 Chloride of lime first used to sterilize drinking water.

1897 Freud writes that "masturbation is the prime habit and addiction which is replaced by addiction to alcohol, morphine and tobacco". Freud neglects to mention his own further addiction to sugar and cocaine, leading one to assume Freud was eternally high and sexually frustrated, and that this was projected to form the sexually dependent theories taken up later by psychiatry.

1898 Rockefeller interests have a prime goal of control of medical education in USA.

1898 Vaccination Act of 1898 in England. Elections held for the "board of guardians", the administrators of the vaccination laws, and by 1898 over 600 boards in England were pledged not to enforce the law. The Act of 1898 contained the first "conscience clause", although no claims of conscience were ever approved by magistrates.

1898 Marie Curie discovers radium.

1898 J.R. Ewald, professor of physicology at Strassbourg University in Germany experiments using brain electrode implants.

1900 By 1900, all PhD's in the United States were trained in Prussia (Germany). The degree is a German invention. These German educated men would become presidents of American Universities, heads of research facilities (both corporate and government).

1900 AMA began to achieve goal of replacing existing medical system with allopathy (system that treats diseases with drugs).

1900 Cancer causes 4% of deaths in the United States.

1900 Deaths from measles were 13 per 100,000.

1901 Rockefeller Institute for Medical Research founded.

1902 The Chicago Health Department develops its "vaccination creed", which states that "true vaccination repeated until it 'no longer takes' always prevents smallpox. Nothing else does." The policy is immediately taken up by the US military.

1904 Eugenics (the study of the hereditary improvement of the human race by controlled selective breeding) established as a course at University College in London.

1904 Eugenics laboratory established at Cold Springs Harbor on Long Island, constructed by Charles B. Davenport. Cold Springs facility is funded in excess of $11 million by the Harrimans and the Rockefellers.

1905 Food and Drug Act passed in the United States.

1905 Eleven states in the US have compulsory vaccination laws; 34 states do not. No states physically force injections on citizens, Vaccination was made compulsory without state legislation providing for analysis of its history.

1906 First Pure Food and Drug law in the United States passed.

1906 Investigations into the content of Coca-Cola are halted by the US Secretary of Agriculture.

1907 England passes the Vaccination Act of 1907, after the newly elected government comes to power. The act allowed a statutory objection from a parent relative to a child vaccination before the child was four months old.

1907 Bureau of Chemistry empowered by Congress to police quality of US food.

1909 Massachusetts Senate introduces bill prohibiting compulsory vaccination.

1909 Rockefeller Sanitary Commission established. Beginning of Rockefeller Foundation.

1909 New York Press, January 26, 1909 publishes a report by W.B. Clark which states, " cancer was practically unknown until cowpox vaccination began to be introduced. I have seen 200 cases of cancer, and I never saw a case of cancer in an unvaccinated person."

Scientific evidence begins to mount that where human lymph is employed in a vaccine, syphilis, leprosy and TB soon follow. Where calf lymph is employed in the creation of a vaccine, TB and cancer soon follow. (Cancer and Vaccination by Esculapius).

1910 Japan acquires a source of cheap and abundant sugar on Formosa. Incidence of tuberculosis (TB) rises dramatically in Japan.

1910 First TB Sanitarium opened. TB death rate 180 per100,000.

1910 AMA requests Carnegie Foundation to survey all US medical schools. Simon Flexer (later to be a director of the Rockefeller Foundation) produces the report.

1910 Dr.James Douglas founds the National Radium Institute for treatments.

1911 Denmark sugar consumption 82 pounds per person annually. (This goes up to 113 lb per person in 1934).

1911 Death rate for diabetes in Denmark is 8 per 100,000. (This goes up to 19 per 100,000 in 1934).

1911 General vaccination programs against typhoid begin in the United States.

1911 Britain passes the "Official Secrets Act" which prevents future discussion of anything the government deems secret.

1911 Encyclopedia Brittanica contains "a guide for acquisition, operation and care of the opium pipe."

1912 Dr. Robert Boesler, New Jersey dentist, notes that "modern manufacturing of sugar has brought about entirely new diseases. Sugar has caused a vast degeneration of the people."

1912 First International Congress of Eugenics at the University of London. The president of the Congress is Leonard Darwin, son of Charles Darwin. One of the first English vice presidents is Winston Churchill. American vice- presidents included Charles Elliot, president emeritus of Harvard, and Alexander Graham Bell. Also attending was Starr Jordon, president of Stanford University.

1912 First whooping cough (Pertussis) vaccine created by two French bacteriologists, Jules Bordet and Octave Gengou, who wanted to use it in Tunisia. After they grew Pertussis bacteria in large pots, they killed it with heat, mixed it with formaldehyde (used to embalm bodies) and injected it into children.

1913 John D. Rockefeller founds Rockefeller Institute with $100 million grant.

1913 The American Cancer Society is formed. .

1915 A doctor in Mississippi alters the diet of 12 prison inmates and is successful in producing pellegra, in a curious attempt at reverse contradictory logic in an "attempt to find a cure for the disease".

1915 J.P. Morgan organizes control of US newspaper businesses.

1915 Tetanus epidemics in trenches of World War I.

1916 The first evidence of brown mottling of teeth is reported in the United States.

1917 Constituents try and force Harrison Drug Control Act on Coca-Cola and are defeated.

1917 Freud writes "Introduction to Psychoanalysis".

1917 Wagner von Jauregg treats syphilitic paralysis by injecting malaria.

1917 Post WW1 supplies of chlorine designated to be added to water supplies.

1917 AMA hostility toward compulsory health insurance.

1917 Outbreaks of encephalitis in China and Europe.

1917 Fifteen states in the US have eugenics laws on the books which authorize sterilization of criminals, epileptics, the retarded and insane.

1918 Great influenza epidemic attributed to widespread use of vaccines.

1918 The Surgeon General of the United States issues a report that states that tuberculosis is the leading cause for discharge of men from the Armed Forces.

1919 Diptheria vaccinations injure 60 and kill 10 in Texas.

1919 Death rate from encephalitis accelerates. Between 1919 and 1928, over 500,000 deaths and 1,000,000 cases of neurological impairment were attributed to this disease, which affects males more than females. Recent research indicates that this epidemic was a late manifestation of the post World War I influenza outbreaks, and that both were due to the appearance of a swine flu virus.

1920 Prohibition in the US brings narcotics trafficking and large scale organized crime into the US.

1920 Dr. Otto Walberg experiments with human cells. Removes 35% of the oxygen and cells become non-reversibly cancerous.

1921 Second International Congress of Eugenics held in New York City. Sponsoring committee includes Herbert Hoover and the presidents of Clark University, Smith College and the Carnegie Institute of Washington (owned by Rockefeller Foundation).

1921 Ghandi begins agitating against the British opium imports into India. He would be eventually assassinated.

1921 BCG tuberculosis vaccine developed.

1922 Aluminum production (along with production of toxic by-product sodium fluoride) increases. Aluminum cookware is mass introduced in the US, beginning the gradual accumulation of aluminum in the brains of Americans. Additional aluminum is injected into society in "antacids".

1922 Coca-Cola plant built in Ashtabula, Ohio. The drink contains coal tar derivatives , flavoring, and massive amounts of sugar.

1922 By 1922,more than 100 radiologists died from X-ray induced cancer.

1922 A study by Samuel Torrey Orton connects emotional disturbance with neurological problems. This insight was lost after World War II when psychology, psychiatry and psychoanalysis became popular, breaking the connection.

The emotional disturbances caused by vaccines then became financial fodder for the new psych-industries. With the causes suppressed, a new industry was born.

1923 Canadian physician Frederick Banting receives Nobel Prize for discovery of a way to extract the hormone insulin , which permitted control of blood sugar in those with diabetes. This opens a whole new medical market because of the growing sugar addiction in the US public.

1923 Earl of Inchscape publishes his report which insists that British opium trade must be maintained to protect the revenue of the British Empire, much to the protest of the League of Nations.

1924 Dr. Seale Harris of the University of Alabama discovers that sugar can cause hyperinsulinism and recommends people cut sugar consumption. The medical establishment comes down on Harris and his work is suppressed. Harris would be awarded a medal by the AMA 25 years later, as pharmaceuticals to control low blood sugar are developed and put into production. The basic contribution of refined sugar to the problem remains suppressed.

1924 Heroin, originally created by I.G. Farben, is outlawed as a prescription drug in the United States.

1924 Diptheria vaccinations kill 25 in Bridgewater, Connecticut and 20 in Concord, New Hampshire.

1925 Danish researcher Thorvald Madsen tries a modified Pertussis vaccine during an epidemic in the Faroc Islands. It did not prevent Pertussis. (See 1933).

1925 Doctors at the Paris Academy of Medicine discuss deaths occurring shortly after vaccination in Holland and other European countries.

1925 In England, less than 50% of infants are vaccinated for smallpox. 6 deaths occur. (See 1872).

1925 General vaccine programs against tuberculosis began in the United States.

1925 I.G. Farben is reorganized by the Warburgs as a merger between Badische Anilin, Bayer, Agfa, Hoechst, Welierter-Meer, and Griesheim Elektron.

1926 American I.G. founded as a holding company controlling I.G. Farben assets in the United States. Some board members were Edsel Ford, Charles Mitchell (President of Rockefeller's National City Bank of New York), Walt Teagle (President of Standard Oil), Paul Warburg (Federal Reserve chairman and brother of Max Warbug, financier of Nazi Germany's war effort and Director of American I.G.) and Herman Metz, a director of the Bank of Manhattan, controlled by the Warburgs. Three other members of the Board of Governors for American I.G. were tried and convicted as German war criminals.

1926 General Medical Society for Psychotherapy created in Germany, an international organization.

1927 Conference at the Hague, under the auspices of the League of Nations, on the subject of vaccination-caused deaths in Europe.

1927 Oliver Wendell Holmes writes the US Supreme Court decision in the case Buck v. Bell. In the case, a psychiatric inmate, Carrie Buck, was chosen for sterilization after having a child because she was deemed "feeble-minded"; Oliver Wendell Holmes writes, "It is better if society can prevent our being swamped with incompetance, it is better to prevent those who are manifestly unfit from breeding their kind. The principle that sustains compulsory vaccination is broad enough to cover cutting of the fallopian tubes ... three generations of imbeciles is enough".

They then sterilized Carrie Buck. The crux of the matter is that Carrie Buck was not retarded, but just a little slow, based on environmental conditions. Her child grew to be an honor student.

1927 Diptheria vaccinations injure 37 and kill 5 people in China.

1927 Austrian psychiatrist Menfred Sakel develops insulin shock (insulin coma treatment, ICT). Patients are overdosed with insulin, which induces a coma. By 1937, all neuropsychiatric hospitals in Germany would use ICT.

1927 British government appoints a committee to inquire into "vaccine lymph", as it is noticed that the "glycerinated calf lymph" used in vaccinations causes deaths from "sleepy sickness". Two London professors bring notice of the problem to the government in 1922. It takes 5 years before the government responds.

1927 Smallpox in England dwindles almost to the vanishing point. Fatality of the unvaccinated cases is less than half of the vaccinated cases.

1928 Edward L.Bernays, nephew to Sigmund Freud, writes the book Propaganda, in which he explains the structure of the mechanism which controls the public mind, and how it is manipulated by those who wish to create public acceptance for a particular idea or commodity.

Says Bernays, "those who manipulate this unseen mechanism of society constitute an invisible government which is the true ruling power of our country. Our minds are molded, our tastes are formed, largely by men we have never heard of."

1928 Cases of post-vaccination encephalitis force creation of two Committees of Investigation in Britain.

1928 Fleming discovers penicillin.

1928 Development of the discovery of the EEG machine and brain waves.

1928 Third International Congress of Eugenics. At the conference, a Dr. Robie calls for the sterilization of 14 million Americans with low IQ scores.

1928 Henry Ford merges assets with I.G. Farben.

1928 John D. Rockefeller interlocks his empire with I.G. Farben in Germany.

1929 Dr. Wileys book "The History of a Crime Against the Food Law" published, detailing the subversion of the food purity laws and government corruption. All books produced are mysteriously bought up, and no copies can be found.

Wiley's Bureau of Chemisty is dismantled and replaced by the Food Drug and Insecticide Administration, precursor of the FDA. All lists of "dubious compounds in food" were declared "Generally Recognized as Safe (GRAS)".

1929 Consumption of refined sugar in Sweden 120 pounds per person annually.

1929 I.G. Farben, Standard Oil and Shell Oil consumated agreement.

1929 I.G. Farben concluded limited cartel agreements with Dupont Chemical in US.

1930 William Wirt, who pioneered Carnegie's German Wundt school system in Gary, Indiana and tried it in New York, is committed to an insane asylum in Washington, D.C where he died in 1932. Wirt was committed because he began to make public speeches saying that he had been part of a world wide conspiracy to bring about a controlled state in the hands of certain people - the same people, no doubt, who committed him.

1930 Max Theiler develops a yellow fever vaccine.

1930 Diptheria vaccinations injure 32 and kill 16 in Columbia.

1931 Fluoride in drinking water is found to be the cause of brown teeth - now known as dental fluorosis.

1931 H.Trendley Dean of the U.S. Public Health Service initiates studies on fluorides under the jurisdiction of Treasury Secretary Andrew Mellon. Mellon is founder of Alcoa aluminum, who is one of the main suppliers of toxic sodium fluoride as a by-product of aluminum manufacture. He publishes a purposely skewed study showing that, at 1ppm, fluoride results in the reduction of tooth decay.

1931 I.G. Farben and Alcoa Aluminum sign Alig Agreement pooling patents.

1931 Roosevelt endorses polio "immune serum", precursor to vaccines in 1950's.

1932 The US Public Health Service initiates a study in Tuskegee, Alabama where black men are given syphilis. Four hundred men were unwittingly given the disease. No medical care was offered. The study ended when it was discovered in 1972, after 40 years. The office supervising this study was the predecessor of the Center for Disease Control unit now in charge of the AIDS program.

1932 Diptheria vaccines injure 171 and kill 1 in Charolles, France.

1932 Research (Young) indicates that neuritis is commonly precipitated following vaccination with anti-tetanus, anti-pneumococcal, and anti-meningitis serums.

1932 Third International Congress of Eugenics held in New York. Dr. Theodore Russell Robie of the Essex County Mental Hygiene Clinic in New Jersey presents "Selective Sterilzation for Race Culture", in which he called for the sterilzation of at least 14 million Americans who had received low IQ scores since World War I.

1933 Danish researcher Thorvald Madsen discovers the Pertussis vaccine's ability to kill infants without warning (SID). He reports that two babies vaccinated immediately after birth died in a few minutes.

1933 Outbreak of encephalitis in St. Louis, Missouri.

1933 American researchers report that children react to Pertussis vaccine with fever, convulsions and collapse.

1933 Vaccination programs against Yellow Fever begin in the United States.

1933 Compulsory immunization instituted in Geneva.

1933 Diptheria cases decline in Britain over the period of a year.

1933 I.G. Farben gives Nazis 4.5 million RM.

1933 World Fair in Chicago has amoebic dysentary outbreak. AMA conceals it.

1934 Denmark sugar consumption is 113 pounds per person annually.

1934 Death rate for diabetes in Denmark is 19 per 100,000.

1934 Drs. Chaffee and Light publish manuscript entitled "A Method for Remote Control of Electrical Stimulation of the Nervous System".

1934 IG. Farbenindustrie completely under Nazi control.

1935 Lobotomy introduced in the United States. In the next 30 years, over 100,000 people would have their brain mutilated in American institutions. At the University of Mississippi Medical Center, Dr. Orlando J. Andy would apply lobotomy to six-year-old children.

1936 Pertussis vaccine introduced in the United States. Autism begins to appear in children shortly thereafter. (Autism: A mental illness of children characterised by inability to communicate or to relate to other people and, often, mental subnormality).

1936 Diptheria vaccine injures 75 in France.

1936 I.G. Farben produces Zyklon B gas for extermination camps.

1937 German manufacturing trials for nerve gas Tabun begin using fluorides.

1937 Another outbreak of encephalitis in St. Louis, Missouri.

1937 AMA "approves" drug sulfanilamide with diethylene glycol. Kills people.

1938 Fifty-eight British physicians sign a mandate against compulsory immunization in Guernseypoint to the virtual disappearance of Diptheria in Sweden, a country without Diptheria vaccination.

1938 Sandoz Pharmaceuticals, now a subsidiary of I.G. Farben, begins manufacture of LSD / Lysergic acid.

1938 Ugo Cerletti becomes the first to use electroconvulsive treatment in fascist Italy. The first victim was a 39 year old engineer who was found wandering on trains without a ticket. Present at this event was Lothar Kalinowsky, who would become a member of the American Psychiatric Association and an avid promoter of electroshock in the United States.

1938 German chemist Schrader discovers Sarin, 10 times more lethal than Tabun, which is made with various compounds including Sodium Fluoride, which is later dumped into planetary water supplies to placate the population.

1938 Food, Drug and Cosmetics Act certifies 19 dyes for use in foods.

1938 The idea of "booster shots" arose as a "solution" to poor antibody response in infants and newborns. These become customary in the 1940's.

1938 Reich Air Ministry is shipped 500 tons of tetra-ethyl lead gas additive from Standard Oil of New Jersey (EthylStandard) in the United States, through I.G. Farben, with payment secured through Brown Brothers Harriman on Sept 21, 1938.

1938 Germany invades Austria.

1938 Compulsory immunization instituted in Hungary. Diptheria cases rise 35% by 1940.

1938 Ugo Cerletti introduces electroshock into the psychiatric hospitals in Italy.

 1939 Health Practitioners Law (Heilpraktikergesetz) is put into practice in Germany. Allowed psychotherapists to advance their professional claims within the field of health and medicine during the Third Reich. The law ended the 'freedom to cure' that had existed in Germany since 1870. The 'freedom to cure' which had given personal and professional access to all aspects of healing, current and future, instead of the narrowly defined parameters which exist today.

In future, the government would supervise all training of medical personnel, including officially approved health practitioners.

1939 Compulsory vaccination in Germany raises diptheria cases to 150,000.

1939 Psychiatrists in Brandenburg Germany begin operation of gas chambers to kill mental patients.

1939 Germany invades western Poland. Russia invades eastern Poland. Both Germany and Russia commit atrocities and mass murder.

1939 Dr.Emanuel Josephson reveals AMA coverup of Vitamin E benefits.

1939 Dr.Weston Price, a research dentist, publishes Nutrition and Physical Degeneration: A Comparison of Primitive and Modern Diets and Their Effects, which proved that refined foods and sugar causes physical degeneration and disease as opposed to natural unrefined foods.

1940 Germany orders compulsory mass immunization for children. As a result, by 1945, Germany's Diptheria cases increase from 40,000 to 250,000.

1940 Soviet concentration camps maintained by fluoride administration to inmates to decrease resistance to authority and induce physical deteriorization.

1940 American intake of petroleum-based food colorings/additives increases ten-fold (to 1977). Most of the additives prove later to be carcinogenic.

1941 Louis Sauer of Evanston, Illinois, an avid supporter of mass vaccination, reports that only 27% of a group of 89 babies developed "protective antibodies" when vaccinated at three months of age or less." Sauer urges that Pertussis vaccination "begin no earlier than seven months" because "most of these infants did not yet possess the power to develop adequate immunity when they were injected so early in life".

1941 AMA "approves" I.G. Farben subsidiary "sulfathiazole", which kills many.

1941 Wilhelm Reich meets with Albert Einstein to discuss discovered phenomena. A second meeting follows. Einstein retains use of orgone accumulator until 1942 for study. Later, Einstein is silent about the accumulator and refuses to return it to Reich, whose work ultimately means discredit to Einstein's theories.

1941 Among the American corporations supporting Germany were Sterling Drug (Bayer).

1942 I.G. Farben known to be operating using slave labor from Nazi camps.

1942 Epidemic of typhus in Egypt and North Africa into 1943.

1942 Germany becomes world's largest producer of aluminum (and Sodium Fluoride)

1943 Researchers from the US Public Health Service examine the health of residents of Bartlett, Texas to see if the 8ppm fluoride in the drinking water was affecting their health. It was checked again in 1953. They find that the death rate in Bartlett was three times higher than a neighboring town which contained 0.4 ppm fluoride.

1943 American vaccine researcher Pearl Kendrick reports that adding a metallic salt seemed to heighten the capacity of the Pertussis vaccine to produce anti-bodies. (Metal salt is an "adjuvant" in this way). Some metallic salts used are those of aluminum (alum). Pearl Kendrick is the researcher that urged that Pertussis vaccine be combined with Diptheria vaccine. Later the Tetanus vaccine was added, producing the nefarious DPT Vaccine.

1943 Dr. John Tinterta rediscovers the vital importance of the endocrine system, and connects sugar use to production of hyper-adrenocortic episodes in humans intolerent to sugar. This is where adrenal hormones are suppressed, producing inability to think clearly, allergies, inability to handle alcohol, depression, apprehension, craving for sweets and low blood pressure.

1943 General vaccine program against influenza begins in the US.

1943 Infantile paralysis epidemic kills 1200 and cripples more in US.

1943 Penicillin "successfully used in the treatment of chronic diseases".

1943 The Journal of the American Medical Association on September 18, 1943, states, "fluorides are general protoplasmic poisons, changing the permeability of the cell membrane by inhibiting certain enzymes. The exact mechanism of such actions are obscure. The sources of fluorine intoxication are drinking water containing 1ppm or more of fluorine, fluorine compounds used as insecticidal sprays for fruits and vegetables (cryolite and barium fluoro- silicate) and the mining and conversion of phosphate rock to superphosphate, which is used as a fertilizer. That process alone releases approximately 25,000 tons of pure fluorine into the atmosphere annually."

1943 Child psychologist LeoKanner observes a new illness appearing in US children, "inborn autistic disturbance of affective contact". The problem became known as "infantile autism" or simply "autism".

Outstanding features of this new problem: self-absorbed alienation, inability to relate in the ordinary way to people and situations from the very beginning of life, detachment, nervous hostility with strangers, emotional bluntness and isolation, impaired relationships, and reading with little or no comprehension and inability to process experience. .

1943 Diptheria cases in Nazi occupied France rise to 47,000 after Germans force compulsory vaccination. In nearby Norway, which refused vaccinations, there were 50 cases of Diptheria.

1944 Asperger in Vienna describes the first cases of adult "autism" to appear.

1944 The city manager of Grand Rapids, Michigan announces that the Michigan State Department of Health is planning a long range experiment with fluoridated water and that Grand Rapids was selected as the location for the experiment. The city commission approves a motion to fluoridate on July 31, and decide it is to begin in January 1945, despite the warning issued three months earlier by the American Dental Association. Grand Rapids becomes the first city in the United States to conduct this experiment. It was to serve as the test city to be compared against un-fluoridated Muskegon for a period of ten years relative to tooth decay, at which time it would be determined whether or not fluoride was "safe and effective." Dr. H. Trendley Dean was put in charge of the project. The experiment was terminated early with the pronouncement that fluorides in public water supplies was "safe". See 1945.

1944 Oscar Ewing is put on the payroll of the Aluminum Company of America (ALCOA), as an attorney, at an annual salary of $750,000. Within a few months, Ewing was made Federal Security Administrator, with the announcement that he was taking a big cut in salary. The US Public Health Service, then a division of the FSA, comes under the command of Ewing , and he begins to vigorously promote fluoridation nationwide. Ref: May 25-27 Hearings before the Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce. A by-product of aluminum manufacture is toxic c. Ewings public relations strategist for the fluoride campaign was the nephew of Sigmund Freud, Edward L. Bernays. Bernays conducts a public relations campaign to promote fluorine ingestion by applying Freudian theory to induce public acceptance. It was one of Bernays most successful campaigns.

1944 Health Practitioners Journal, June 1944, reports Dr.S.S.Goldwater, the New York Commissioner of Hospitals states "as a result of the drugs, vaccines and other suppressive treatments used to check diseases, chronic diseases are growing at such a rate that America may become a nation of invalids."

1944 The Journal of the American Dental Association on October 1, 1944 warned that "We do know that the use of drinking water containing as little as 1.2 to 3.0 ppm of fluorine will cause such developmental disturbances in bones as osteoporosis, and we cannot run the risk of producing such systemic disturbances in applying what at present is a doubtful procedure intended to prevent development of dental disfigurement in children. In the light of our present knowledge or lack of knowledge of the chemistry of the subject, the potentialities for harm far outweigh those for good."

1944 The American Cancer Society (ACS) is reorganized, chiefly under the wing of Albert Lasker (an advertising tycoon) and Elmer Bobst (president of two drug companies, Hoffman LaRoche and Warner Lambert).

Mary Lasker in New York was the driving force of the ACS for decades. The Albert and Mary Lasker Foundation, which is based on the Lasker advertising fortune, provides the impetus to dominate cancer research.

1945 1952 I.G. Farben split into BASF, Bayer, and Hoechst.

1945 A survey of 10,000 boys in the US having had the smallpox vaccination also notes that 6% were associated with crime.

1945 Newburgh, New York has their water supply fluoridated. Subsequent exams of the children by x-ray reveal that almost 14% have cortical defects in bone, compared to the nearby unfluoridated town of Kingston, where 7.5% have bone defects.

1945 As a result of government propaganda on fluorides, the ten year Michigan study was terminated after 1 year. The fluoride-free control city, Muskegon, was then fluoridated to conceal any differential between the two cities.

1945 Japan surrenders twice, followed by US bombing of Hiroshima/Nagasaki and a third and final surrender. The Allies mandate compulsory vaccination in Japan. The first cases of autism follow pertussis vaccine introduction.

1945 Postwar nitrate supplies designated to be added to food chain as fertilizer.

1945 Dr. Edwin Katzen-Ellenbogen, former member of the faculty at Harvard Medical School, sentenced to life in prison at Nuremberg for his role at Buchenwald. Ellenbogen became a member of the faculty at Harvard in 1910, left the US in 1915 and reappeared in Paris in 1941. He was heavily involved in the killing at Buchenwald.

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