Spinal Surgeon Says Child COVID ‘Vaccine’ Date Approvals All Fell on Satanic Sacrificial Holidays; Claim Largely Checks Out According to Available Satanic Calendars


In this interview with talk radio host and voice actor John B. Wells former Navy physician and spinal surgeon Dr. Lee Merritt claims that the three approval dates for the use of the experimental COVID-19 injections in children—including the two FDA authorization dates for children down to five years old and then six months old, as well as the CDC’s ACIP recommendation to put the novel injections on the childhood vaccine schedule—all lined up with Satanic sacrificial high holidays. According to several Satanic holiday calendars online, Merritt’s claim is largely verified. Merritt claims the ultimate reason for this coincidence is because the children are serving as a sacrifice to Moloch, an ancient Canaanite deity referenced several times in the Bible.

Although any reasonable person who’s looked at the data would never—in their wildest dreams—administer the enormously dangerous and deadly COVID injections to any adult on the planet, the decision to stick kids with the experimental “vaccines” is simply beyond criminal. According to Dr. Lee Merritt—who served for nine years as a Navy physician and surgeon—the decision to jab kids is, in fact, literally satanic. And she says the three major approval dates for opening up the injections to children all coincided with “high holidays” in the Satanic calendar.

In the above interview with talk radio host and voice actor John B. Wells Merritt, an outspoken critic of the truly vile and idiotic worldwide response to COVID-19 explains how the experimental injections are being used to intentionally harm people. “[T]he way everything [regarding the COVID response] fits is to realize they never ever meant this for our wellbeing,” Merritt says. “And now we’re in the stage of child sacrifice.”

Merritt—who was one of the first experts to point out the link between the COVID injections and menstrual issues—tells Wells that “there is no way [that] anybody with half a brain in medicine could look at the numbers of children getting sick and dying [from COVID] and think it’s justified [to risk their taking] this kind of unknown experimental vaccine.” Indeed, both the CDC estimates and a peer-reviewed study by Stanford University professor and physician-scientist John Ioannidis peg the infection fatality rate (IFR) of COVID in children as nearly nonexistent.

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So why then test a highly dangerous experimental injection on children who aren’t at any real risk? Merritt says it’s all about the satanists who run the world sacrificing the children to Moloch—a deity mentioned in the Bible whose worship was marked by parents offering up their children as blood sacrifices. (Moloch is also referred to as “Molech,” as well as several other names.)

“[T]he three dates that [health authorities] chose to do things to the children” coincided with three Satanic holidays, Merritt claims. Those three dates, she points out, were October 29, 2021, when the FDA authorized the COVID injections for children ages five through 11; June 17, 2022, when the FDA authorized the injections for children as young as six months old; and October 20, 2022, when the CDC’s Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) voted to put the injections on America’s childhood vaccination schedule. (Merritt is a bit unclear on the exact dates in the interview with Wells, but the dates listed in this paragraph are all accurate.)

There are, of course, several different versions of the Satanic holiday calendar online—including the ones immediately above and below—but they generally line up. (Many disparate sites seem to use a duplicate of the exact same calendar.) But as for the approval dates lining up with Satanic high holidays? It seems that’s essentially true.

Exposingsatanism.org, for example, notes on its Satanic holiday calendar that June 21 is Feast Day, which calls for orgies, as well as human sacrifices. And while June 21 is, of course, several days after the June 17 authorization date for the COVID injections to be administered to children as young as six months old, Exposing Satanism’s calendar, as well as several others, notes the exact date of Feast Day varies annually.

October 20, likewise, aligns with “Preparation for all Hallows Eve” in the Satanic calendar, which calls for “Abduction, holding and ceremonial preparation of individual[s] for human sacrifice.” October 29 is also a Satanic high holiday that calls for human sacrifice according to Exposing Satanism’s calendar.

The Satanic calendars offered by several other websites, including libertytothecaptives.net, also say those same dates coincide with Satanic high holidays.

An image of the prop Moloch statue used in the 1914 Italian silent film Cabiria. Image: Jean-Pierre Dalbéra

As for who Moloch is, the ancient deity remains, to this day, quite mysterious. However, it seems most accounts of the haunting figure is as a Canaanite god associated with the practice of child sacrifice. Encyclopedia Britannica notes, for example, that “The name [Moloch] derives from combining the consonants of the Hebrew melech (‘king’) with the vowels of boshet (‘shame’), the latter often being used in the Old Testament as a variant name for the popular god Baal (‘Lord’).” Encyclopedia Britannica goes on to note that:

“In the Hebrew Bible, Moloch is presented as a foreign deity who was at times illegitimately given a place in Israel’s worship as a result of the syncretistic policies of certain apostate kings. The laws given to Moses by God expressly forbade the Jews to do what was done in Egypt or in Canaan. ‘You shall not give any of your children to devote them by fire to Moloch, and so profane the name of your God’ (Leviticus 18:21). Yet kings such as Ahaz (2 Kings 16:3) and Manasseh (2 Kings 21:6), having been influenced by the Assyrians, are reported to have worshipped Moloch at the hilled site of Topheth, outside the walls of Jerusalem. This site flourished under Manasseh’s son King Amon but was destroyed during the reign of Josiah, the reformer. ‘And he defiled Topheth, which is in the valley of the sons of Hinnom, that no one might burn his son or his daughter as an offering to Moloch’ (2 Kings 23:10).”

Throughout the rest of her hour-long interview with Wells, Merritt offers up several other “conspiracy theories,” including the idea that cancer is actually caused by parasites. A theory that, incredibly, is also discussed on the CDC’s own website. Merritt also discusses the idea that SARS-CoV-2, nor any other virus, exists; the idea that the PCR tests supposedly used to detect SARS-CoV-2 were fraudulently deployed and were never capable of identifying viral infection, and the discovery of hydras—a genus of small, freshwater organism associated with immortality—in the dangerous COVID injections.

Feature image: Charles Foster

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