Does Rabies Exist?

You claim rabies is a myth, whilst science calls it a virus. What are purported 'carriers', such as frothy-mouthed dogs, detoxifying from and is there any danger from being bitten?

In all of my travels, especially living off of a bicycle for 3 years, out of the thousands of sick dogs and cats, I saw only four who frothed at the mouth. One was a puppy who had a terrible reaction to his puppy vaccines that dissolved his digestive tract. I saw another dog with frothing mouth which had eaten poisoned food from a neighbor. The poison dissolved his esophagus and stomach.

The third was my cat. Embarrassing as this is and as shamed as I am to have done this, I will reveal the circumstance. When I became a raw vegetarian, I forced my adopted cat, a known carnivore, to be vegetarian. It was about 3 years after my autism went into remission and my nutritional studies were all I lived for. After a few weeks, he refused to eat anything raw vegetarian, even raw dairy. Even though I did that and knew that I was responsible, he stayed loyal to me and cuddled with me. Two months after that change in his diet, he died in my lap frothing at the mouth.

I performed an autopsy on him in the bathtub. The decaying odor from the inside of his body was astounding. The frothing at the mouth was the result of him digesting his stomach. The rest of his body was almost completely dehydrated. Rigamortis was everywhere but not his stomach. He continued to produce hydrochloric acid but he had no mucous on his stomach lining. The acid ate his stomach lining causing a frothy reaction.

I have been bitten by several animals in my youth. One was a ground hog that we were supposed to keep for 10 days to ensure it did not have rabies but it died 3 days later. My mother and doctor talked about giving me the painful rabies shots just in case. When I saw the needle heading for my stomach, I refused and put up the biggest uncontrollable tantrum mom had ever seen. The doctor said that they should wait to see if I have symptoms in the next 5 days. I did not develop any.

Also, I was bitten by several snakes, horses, goats, a wild rabbit and several mad dogs but no Englishmen. When I was 9 or 10 years old, I was bicycling on a narrow road in a wooded area only 3/4 of a mile from home when a dog raced from its yard, chased me and bit my ankle. I noticed he frothed at his mouth but did not know what it meant. I immediately rode home and showed my mother the lesion. After examining it, she asked where was the dog that bit me. We got in the car and I showed her the way as she drove.

When we arrived at the dilapidated wooden house from where the dog had charged me, my mother parked on the street. The dog came charging at the car, growling and barking, frothing at its mouth. My mom looked more concerned. An unclean middle-aged-looking woman came and restrained the dog and put him in the house. My mother and I exited the car and approached her.

Mother asked her if her dog had its rabies shot within a year. The woman opened her mouth to speak and revealed that nearly all of the teeth she had were rotten and jagged, some were missing. In a somewhat loud voice, she gruffly told mom that her dog did not bite anybody and that it was none of her business.

My mother showed my lesion to the woman. The woman said that I must have crashed on the bike and one of the spokes punctured my ankle and I would not admit it. Mom looked at me queryingly. I did not understand the words but I knew the woman denied her dog bit me. Mom observed me and knew the dog had bitten me. Again, she asked the woman if her dog had its rabies shot. The woman blurted back, "Yeh. Now go on and leave us alone."

I could see in mom's face that she did not believe the woman and was concerned. When we arrived home, she called the doctor and he explained the indications to look for in the next 7 days. They symptoms of what rabies is supposed to do did not happen.

In my examination and research of rabies, all of the images I saw of the "virus" were computer or somehow graphically generated. All of the other imagines that are shown are of tissue that could have been altered by any number of causes and animals claimed to have rabies. Nothing with scientific evidence. In the late 70's, after I return from living outdoors mostly from a bicycle, I investigated two cases of people who the news stated had rabies. I used the Freedom of Information act to get the names of the people reported. County health department did not have any record of the cases.

Since one of them had been shown on the news, I called NBC News and asked for the name of the person interviewed. They gave me the name but would not give me the address or phone number. I told them I was a medical researcher and asked if they would call him and give my number to him. I received a return call from NBC that the number they had been given for him was not in service. I searched for the man with that name and there were many. I called everyone over the next 2 weeks and no one admitted to having had rabies.

Finally, I asked NBC News for the hospital in which he was videotaped. They did not know because they did not take it themselves, the recording was giving to them. Again, I called the county health department and asked about the two rabies cases reported last month and they did not know what hospital was involved. I stated that it was impossible for them not to know if it were reported to them. I asked who the doctors were who reported the cases. They did not know that either. I realized it was planted news. As journalist Jon Rappaport calls it "fake news" to generate gain for someone or many.

No one has shown me any evidence that rabies really exists. To me, it is simply another myth created by people promoting health fear and profiting from it. Just think how much money is involved when politicians make laws that every dog and cat must have yearly rabies shots. Billions if not trillions of dollars are involved yearly. It is exactly the same as health departments creating a mythical disease claimed to be caused by raw milk whenever they want to promote a law against raw milk or stop one that favors raw milk.