Modern Medicine is a religion
"Modern Medicine can't survive without our faith, because Modern Medicine is neither an art nor a science. It's a religion.
Your doctor will retreat into the fact that you have no way of knowing or understanding all the  wonders he has at his command. Just trust me. You've just had your first lesson in medical heresy. Lesson Number Two is that if a doctor ever wants to do something to you that you're afraid of and you ask why enough times until he says Just Trust Me, what you're to do is turn around and put as much distance between you and him as you can, as fast as your condition will allow. Unfortunately, very few people do that. They submit. They allow their fear of the witch doctor's mask, the unknown spirit behind it, and the mystery of what is happening and of what will happen to change into respectful awe of the whole show.
But you don't have to let the witch doctor have his way. You can liberate yourself from Modern Medicine -- and it doesn't mean you'll have to take chances with your health. In fact, you'll be taking less of a chance with your health, because there's no more dangerous activity than walking into a doctor's office, clinic or hospital unprepared.
Once you understand Modern Medicine as a religion, you can fight it and defend yourself much more effectively than when you think you're fighting an art or a science. Of course, the Church of Modern Medicine never calls itself a church. You'll never see a medical building dedicated to the religion of medicine, always the medical arts, or medical science.Modern Medicine relies on faith to survive. All religions do. If Modern Medicine had to validate its procedures objectively, this book wouldn't be necessary. That's why I'm going to demonstrate how Modern Medicine is not a church you want to have faith in."
Confessions of a Medical Heretic
"The medical industry is no longer to be trusted. We have a Medical Inquisition. The Rockefellers took it over way back and warped a lot of it. Our doctors are brainwashed. The Rockefellers are dedicated to population reduction and are using the medical industry to do it."
"In the Church of Modern Medicine, no one is excluded from the sacrifice. There's plenty to be afraid of. The God that resides in the Temple of Modern Medicine is Death. The doctors are priests, the birth certificate is the baptismal certificate, toxic silver nitrate applied to the eyes at birth is baptism, the nurses are inquisitors, etc. Research is the prayer of the religion of Modern Medicine."
“I do not believe in Modern Medicine. I am a medical heretic. I believe that Modern Medicine’s treatments for disease . . . are more dangerous than the diseases they are designed to treat. I believe that more than ninety percent of Modern Medicine could disappear from the face of the earth – doctors, hospitals, drugs, and equipment – and the effect on our health would be immediate and beneficial . .
"Confessions of a Medical Heretic" Dr. Robert Mendelsohn, (pp. ix-xi-xv) Source
Medicine has become a religion (WATCH this video!)
Scripture is very clear about YHWH’s view on the practice of pharmacology, it could not be made any more obvious that He despises its practice and looks unfavorably on those who would use “pharmakon”.
The whole world of this present age is devoted to relying on, profiting from, and consuming sorcery – which is nothing more, and has never been anything more, than the unnatural chemical concoctions which are made and prescribed for every sort of illness real and imagined, under the sun – otherwise known as drugs.
What people do not realize is that this art of creating compounds of unnaturally combined chemicals, elements and isolates, originates before the great flood, and became ever after part of a body of secret knowledge which elite societies and mystery schools have kept – and they, if not the public, understand to this day that this is the root of that practice which has taken over the whole world.
Ancient Egyptians and Babylonians understood and practiced pharmacology and the link that it has with the beings that were worshiped as deities in their cultures (fallen angels) was obvious in the fact that these practices were taught and learned in temples and by priests.
Spiritualism, and a connection with forces which operate outside of the human physical world – gods, angels and demons – have always been connected to pharmacology in the traditions of those who have practiced it. It is no different today.
Sorcerers Then and Now
"By studying the original Greek text we find that the use of drugs is mentioned four times in the New Testament. The Word ''sorcerers" in Rev. 21:8 and 22:15 and "sorceries" found in Rev.9:21 and 18:23 are all derived from the original Greek word "pharmakon". '
"We read in Rev. 22:15: "For without are dogs and sorcerers, and whore mongers, and murderers, and idolaters, and whosoever loveth and maketh a lie.
"Whatever "sorcery" is, it certainly keeps pretty bad company, doesn't it? Now we read in Rev. 18:23: "Thy merchants were the great men of the earth, for by thy sorceries were all nations delivered".
Strong's concordance lists the word "sorcery" as: #1—a drug i.e. a spell-giving potion #2—a druggist or pharmacist #3 — a poisoner.
"Isn't that amazing. A pharmacist today has the same Greek title that he had at the time the New Testament was written nearly 2000 years ago, and he is still doing the same thing — dealing in poisonous drugs!
"The Bible says that "sorcery", or the use of poisonous drugs, has deceived all nations. All nations practice sorcery through the use of drugs, but they are deceived into thinking it's right. If a person is deceived, he won't know he is deceived, now will he?
"When I first became aware of it, my reaction was to deny it. Surely the word must have changed meaning. I looked in Webster's 2nd Collegiate Dictionary published in 1980 under the word "pharmaceutical" and I could scarcely believe my eyes when the definition read: "pharmaceutical"—the practice of witchcraft or the use of poison.
Originally posted by r2d246
I heard this thing a while back. At first it seemed really out in left field. But the more I looked into it the more it made sense.
It's like this. A witch dr giving a person a voodoo curse is really not that different to the phenomenon you see with MD's who give a patient a diagnosis. There basically the same thing. The outcomes are the same. Generally the patient then believes in the curse and dies or gets sick(er).
What do you think?