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Antibodies: are the body’s response to the introduction of an antigen into the system.

The presence of antibodies are confirmation of an antigen response.  They are generally thought to be confirmation of immunity to the antigen, but the presence of antibodies is not in and of itself confirmation of immunity.  The proof is the need for vaccination ‘booster’ shots to supposedly protect the individual from whatever boogie man potentially present in the environment.

For example, if you get chicken pox you will have antibodies for this condition.  However, while vaccinations do cause the body to produce antibodies, vaccinations do NOT produce immunity like one experiences having the actual condition.

Introduction of various bacteria and viruses thought to be the agent of whatever disease is being targeted by means of vaccinations creates an artificial antigen response to the agents injected and particularly to the aluminum, formaldehyde and mercury preservatives present in all vaccines.

See Germ Theory of Disease in Glossary link below.

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