Tag: Parental Rights

Callin – Husband and Wife Homebirth Chat – Nutrition for Healthy Pregnancy

Callin Show Page HERE. Sunday October 24th 2021 at 7:00 Denver Time

Click HERE to learn more about the Brewer Diet for Healthy Pregnancy
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Printable Sheet for tracking your meals during pregnancy

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This article from the WPF lays the historical foundation underlying the idea that we can drug our way to a healthy family.

Beautiful Black Poison by, Jennifer Schmid


“New drugs present greater hazards as well as greater potential benefits than ever before—for they are widely used, they are often very potent, and they are promoted by aggressive sales campaigns that may tend to overstate their merits and fail to indicate the risks involved in their use. . .

There is no way of measuring the needless suffering, the money innocently squandered, and the protraction of illnesses resulting from the use of such ineffective drugs.

John F. Kennedy, in his Consumers’ Protection Message of March 15, 19621

The more things change, the more they stay the same.

French Proverb

The doctor comes with free good will, but ne’er forgets his calomel.

American folk saying, mid 1800s

We have all heard about the deleterious effects of mercury and how it is one of the most poisonous substances on earth. In fact, the World Health Organization has deemed mercury unsafe at any level of exposure.

Nevertheless, people have always been fascinated with this seemingly magical substance.

Mercury, also known as quicksilver, it is the only metal that is liquid at room temperature, and if it spills, the little globules are impossibly elusive to recover.

)Note that in the earth, mercury is not generally found in pure form but rather as part of cinnabar, or mercury sulfide.)

Like all heavy metals, mercury (Hg) in any form is extremely toxic to life. The Romans mandated mercury mining in Almadén, Spain as a form of capital punishment. Typically prisoners died after six months to three years of labor.3

The ancient Greeks relied on mercury to manufacture mirrors; to be a member of the mirror guild was considered a high honor, even though most mirror masters died in their 30s, poisoned by their craft.

The Mad Hatter in Alice in Wonderland probably used mercury in the felting process for his hats, hence his skewed perception of life.

Mercury is also used to extract gold and silver from ore.”

Jenny Marie Hatch

Experimental Jab

UPDATE: They pulled it today… October 17th, 2021

Just in case my You Tube channel is pulled again… here is the same movie embedded below.

Hey CDC! Get your hands off – Pregnant Evie Mag writer scolds the feds-Show notes for Callin pod today

Pregnant writer Ashley St. Claires throwdown at Evie Mag is a MUST READ!

Jenny Marie Hatch

My interview with Dr. Leonard Horowitz describing his lawsuit against Pfizer and Moderna

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The media would like you to believe that people like my sister and I are uneducated outliers, radicals even, who are “anti-science.” The truth is that we are far from alone, and most pregnant women, over two-thirds, have not received the vaccine. As a result of this hesitancy, pregnant women have been unfairly targeted by the media and most recently, the CDC, which issued an “urgent” advisory for pregnant women to get vaccinated.

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Midwifery Today – Midwives on PAIN in Labor

I suscribe to Midwifery Today and this Facebook Q and A showed up in my email today!

Jenny Marie Hatch

Facebook Q&A

How do you explain the “pain” of labor to your clients?

I describe the pain as pain. Real pain. Not as “waves” or “extreme menstrual cramps.” Like the kind of pain you may have never felt before. I also describe it as productive pain. Breaking a limb or having a chronic medical condition is a type of suffering. I think it’s important to differentiate between the two. Labor pain will end and there’s a tremendous gift at that end. I think it’s a disservice to downplay the intensity of the pain in labor.
Kerri Jackson Pelz

I tell them it can be a gentle tightening in their bellies that feels like a sweet hug, it can feel like sharp period cramps, it can feel like a bear hug that takes your breath away, it can create pressure in your pelvis and down your thighs, it can sometimes feel like your uterus is turning itself inside out and pulling itself over your whole body! And at the same time, I share that labor pain is unlike almost any other because the sensations are a sign that all is right, that their beautiful, powerful uterine muscle is doing the work to get the baby out and we will be celebrating and supporting that magnificent work. My mom always told me labor was “pain with a purpose and when it is complete you will have a beautiful baby in your hands.”
Roseanna Azarow Ebert

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