Jul 29, 2020zoonosis is an infectious disease that has jumped from a non-human animal to humans. Zoonotic pathogens may be bacterial, viral or parasitic, or may involve unconventional agents and can spread to humans through direct contact or through food, water or the environment. They represent a major public health problem around the world due to our close relationship with animals

The word zoonosis (zoonoses, plural) is the combination of two Greek words (zoon, animals; and noson, disease), and was coined at the end of the nineteenth century by Rudolph Virchow to designate human diseases caused by animals. Source

If there was not even a word for it before the 19th century, I submit to you that it was rare.  Not something that happened often enough for people to refer to it frequently.

Who created rabies? | AnswersDrive

Herein, how was rabies first discovered? In the 16th century, … Human rabies cases in the United States are rare, with only 1 to 3 cases reported annually. Nonetheless, each year between 60 to 70 dogs and more than 250 cats are reported rabid.

I tried to find the true history of diseases that crossed species from animal to human.  They have erased it, buried it, or just don’t mention it.  Go ahead and look for yourself.

I submit to you that all these crazy diseases we see today, especially those that are transmitted from animals to humans or vice versa are coming out of labs!!  All created by man.  We have seen a tremendous increase since they started experimenting with DNA and creating diseases so they can create vaccines.  The creation/discovery of CRISPR technology has caused an explosion in diseases.  Prior to this scientific advances we never had to worry about getting sick from eating raw eggs or lettuce, or cantaloupe.  Our natural immune system has always been quite capable of protecting us and overcoming any foreign invaders in our bodies.  WHY do we suddenly accept that we NEED to have a chemically created VACCINE for every possible threat of infection?
And Rabbies is extremely rare in humans.  Easily treated if exposed.  Yet they are developing a RABBIES VACCINE for humans which I am sure will be added to the mandatory list of WHO required vaccinations.  

Here’s What You Need To Know About Monkeypox

The rare viral infection, monkeypox, was reported in Singapore in May 2019(Singapore is very well connected to the ruling elite.)

It was discovered in 1958 when there were two outbreaks of a pox-like disease in monkeys kept for research, hence the name “monkeypox”.  (You see that the monkey pox was created in a research facility and most likely the monkeys were deliberately exposed by injection, or fluid exposure or respiratory exposure.)

The first human case of monkeypox occurred in the Democratic Republic of Congo in 1970 when there were intensive attempts to eliminate smallpox.  (Actually, I researched it and the CDC claims that small pox had been eradicated in the Congo about that time.  I guess they needed a disease to maintain a stream of victims for their vaccines.  Afterall, got to keep that money flowing.)

It has been reported in humans in other central and western African countries since then.  (You mean the Countries where Bill Gates and his team have been giving immunizations?)

Human infection has been reported in the United States in 2003 (47 cases); the United Kingdom (three cases) and Israel (one case) in 2018; and in Singapore in 2019.

Two dozen monkeys escape from research lab
Oct 21st, 1998
COVINGTON, La. – Workers were setting fruit traps and searching through woods for the last of two dozen rhesus monkeys that escaped from a Louisiana primate research center, the world’s largest.

Monkey’s escape may sink biodefense lab
San Francisco Chronicle, February 24, 2003
Opponents of proposed UC Davis facility go ape over security breach
Elizabeth Fernandez, Chronicle Staff Writer
The escape of a small gray and tan monkey from a UC Davis medical research center, California

Two Dozen Monkeys Flee Research Center
March 11, 2003
Tulane Regional Primate Research Center, established in 1964, is the largest of eight federally funded primate research centers,

It is no wonder that there were cases of the disease found in the USA.  That is probably where it originated. The security of the Labs is so poor that they admit animals frequently escape, and they frequently just wait for them to come back.  They also admit that sometimes humans carry the disease out the door, picked up when they touch their face or aren’t careful when they remove their protective gear.  etc…  I submit to you that if these diseases did not get out into the public it would only be by a miracle of GOD!

The monkeypox virus is about 96% genetically identical to the smallpox virus. However, monkeypox infection is clinically less severe than smallpox.  (Isn’t that interesting… so it is small pox with just a little tweeking of genetic code.)

Spread from one human to another has been well-documented with the Central African virus, and less so with the West African virus.

Infection occurs from direct contact with the blood, body fluids, or skin or mucosal lesions of infected animals, with rodents the most likely reservoir of the virus.

Monkeypox infection occurs in many animals, i.e. rope and tree squirrels, rats, mice and primates in central and west Africa.

The consumption of inadequately cooked meat of infected animals is a possible risk factor.  (Ya, thank God we don’t eat rope and tree squirrels, rats, mice and primates)

The virus enters the human body through broken skin, the respiratory tract or mucous membranes of the eyes, nose or mouth.  (I find this particularly interesting, because EVERYBODY touches those areas of their body, everyday.  Try not touching your eyes, nose or mouth at all one day.)

Transmission between humans can occur with close contact with the infected respiratory secretions or skin lesions of an infected person, and/or objects recently contaminated by the fluids, lesions, clothing or bedding of an infected person.  (man, if you live with someone who has the disease…good luck)

Transmission occurs mainly from respiratory droplets, requiring close face-to-face contact, as the droplets cannot travel more than a few feet in the air.

This means that those at greater risk of infection are the infected person’s household members and healthcare staff.  (NO DOUBT)


You realize I hope that it is only since they started playing with DNA, and especially since CRISPR allowed them to slice and dice it, that these pandemics have risen up and become rampant.

Yes, we have always had poxes and plagues throughout history.  Those that occurred naturally had an ebb an flow and our immune systems learned to overcome them.  They were often brought upon us by our sins/national sins against God.  His way of shaking us out of our error and returning us to the right path.

These new plandemics are man made in laboratories across the earth.  They have worked very hard to break the barriers between species so that germs an diseases that were once not able to pass from animal to humans now can.  Not only that, now that have learned how to overcome our own natural immune system, to break it down and even to destroy it.  Why?  So that we will be TOTALLY DEPENDENT on them to stay alive.




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DANVILLE, Pa. – Residents of a Pennsylvania county were warned Saturday not to approach a monkey that was missing after a crash involving a pickup that was towing a trailer taking about 100 of the animals to a lab.

State troopers urged people not to look for or capture the cynomolgus macaque monkey following the Friday afternoon crash on a state highway near an Interstate 80 exit in Montour County.

Anyone who sees or locates the monkey is asked not to approach, attempt to catch, or come in contact with the monkey. Please call 911 immediately,” troopers tweetednot elaborating on any specific dangers the monkey posed.

Several monkeys escaped after the collision between the pickup and a dump truck, but as of Saturday morning only one remained unaccounted for, officials said. The Pennsylvania Game Commission and other agencies searched for it amid frigid weather.

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said the agency was providing “technical assistance” to state police. The shipment of monkeys was en route to a CDC-approved quarantine facility after arriving Friday morning at New York’s Kennedy Airport from Mauritius, the agency said.

The truck had been on its way to a lab, Trooper Andrea Pelachick told The Daily Item newspaper of Sunbury.

The location of the lab and the type of research for which the monkeys were destined weren’t clear, but cynomolgus monkeys are often used in medical studies. A 2015 paper posted on the website of the National Center for Biotechnology Information referred to them as the most widely used primate in preclinical toxicology studies.

Trooper Laura Lesher said state police secured the scene for the CDC and Pennsylvania Department of Health.

The condition and whereabouts of the remaining monkeys weren’t clear Saturday.

The condition of the motorists also wasn’t clear, nor was it clear whether any citations were issued.

A crash witness, Michelle Fallon, told the Press Enterprise newspaper of Bloomsburg that she spoke with the pickup driver and a passenger after the crash. The driver appeared to be disoriented, and the passenger thought he might have injured his legs, she said.

Crates littered the road Friday as troopers searched for monkeys, rifles in hand. Valley Township firefighters used thermal imaging to try to locate the animals, and a helicopter also assisted, the Press Enterprise newspaper of Bloomsburg reported.

The pickup was heading west on I-80 when it got off at the Danville exit and then immediately tried to get back on, driving across the other lane, the newspaper reported.

Fallon told the Press Enterprise that she was behind the pickup when it was hit on the passenger side by the dump truck, tearing off the front panel of the trailer and sending more than a dozen crates tumbling out.

She and another motorist who stopped to help were standing near the scene when the other driver said he thought he saw a cat run across the road, Fallon said.

Fallon peeked into a crate and saw a small monkey looking back at her, she told the newspaper.

They’re monkeys,” she told the other motorist.



Missing monkeys euthanized, were en route to to a CDC-approved quarantine facility


DANVILLE (AP) — The last of the escaped monkeys from the crash of a truck towing a trailer load of 100 of the animals was accounted for by late Saturday, a day after the pickup collided with a dump truck on a Pennsylvania highway, authorities said.

Several monkeys had escaped following Friday’s collision, Pennsylvania State Police said. But only one had remained unaccounted for as of Saturday morning, prompting the Pennsylvania Game Commission and other agencies to launch a search for it amid frigid weather.

Kristen Nordlund, a spokesperson with the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, said in an email Saturday evening that all 100 of the cynomolgus macaque monkeys had since been accounted for. Three were dead after being euthanized.

The email did not elaborate on why the three were euthanized or how all came to be accounted for. But Nordlund said those euthanized were done so humanely according to American Veterinary Medical Association guidelines.

The shipment of monkeys was en route to a CDC-approved quarantine facility after arriving Friday morning at New York’s Kennedy Airport from Mauritius, an Indian Ocean island nation, police said. The Atlanta-based CDC said the agency was providing “technical assistance” to state police in Pennsylvania.

Earlier, police had earlier urged people not to look for or capture any monkey, with troopers tweeting: Anyone who sees or locates the monkey is asked not to approach, attempt to catch, or come in contact with the monkey. Please call 911 immediately.


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