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Christian Say the Darnedest Things: Close Proximity to Vaccinated People Causes Unvaccinated People to Get Hives


Last week, I asked for prayer on my Facebook page because I was covered with hives – very itchy hives. I just realized that one of my friends had written to me and I opened it yesterday. I was so shocked when I read her message. She gave me permission to place the message here:

Hi Geri, I don’t suspect by your post that you’re vaccinated, and I’m not either. I’m messaging you, because I wanted you to know my experience with a miserable rash I’ve had. I get it whenever I get near a “vaccinated” person, and it seems more so with the Moderno jab. I break out a couple days after being in close contact with a jabbed person in the most intense itch that I’ve ever had in my life.

I have had poison ivy/poison oak from head to toe, where the doctor said it was the worst case he ever saw, so when I say this was worse, it was..the itch starts in my hands, and feet, and then spreads everywhere , it’s so intense that I feel like I’m going to lose my mind, and then a few days later it turns into a rash of blister type almost hives all over. I scratch so bad that I end up bleeding. Nothing was helping! I tried everything I could think of. I was terrified to go to the doctor, because I knew they were all jabbed, so I put a post out about it in a group, and a naturopath type doctor in there told me to make Pineneedle tea.

She said she’s been seeing a lot of cases the same as mine, even her own sister. Thank God in New Hampshire white pine is the state tree, I think. I don’t know for sure, I should check, but we have them everywhere, and we also have a Concolor pine tree that my daughter and son-in-law bought us for Christmas a couple years ago, it’s still on the small side but it smells and taste like oranges.

After about 3 cups of pine needle tea, my itch was 50% better, by the next day, 75% and got better from there. I’m good if I keep drinking it before I go out, and after I get home. If I don’t drink the Pineneedle tea then it will come back, the itch is not as intense as it was at first before I knew about the tea, but it will come back unless I do the tea before, and after. So I just wanted you to know that in case this is the reason for your rash. Hope if it is it helps.

And the [sic] I forgot to tell you, but my brother and son also get the itch and rash, only not as severe as I was. My daughter had a rash but no itch after doing a craft fair and being in close contact with jabbed people. God Bless!

I did have a video appointment with my doctor and he gave me prednisone which I really do not like to take. He also gave me a script for a medicine for itching. I am praying that the pine needle tea works for me AND that if there are readers going through the same thing, they will benefit from this information.

— Geri Ungurean, Absolute Truth From the Word of God: Jesus Has Every Answer, ITCHY HIVES After Being Close to Vaxxed Person: Then a Friend Sends me a Surprising Message Which Confirmed my Suspicion, October 13, 2021

Bruce Gerencser, 66, lives in rural Northwest Ohio with his wife of 45 years. He and his wife have six grown children and thirteen grandchildren. Bruce pastored Evangelical churches for twenty-five years in Ohio, Texas, and Michigan. Bruce left the ministry in 2005, and in 2008 he left Christianity. Bruce is now a humanist and an atheist.

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    Hahahahahahahahaha! And I thought the whistler was funny. Okay, I’ve got skin conditions of varying degrees, and when we first moved to Bryan I developed a case of hives and rashes that lasted off and on for years. But funnily enough, I’m pretty sure that it wasn’t caused by standing close to people who have had vaccinations. And no unvaccinated person has told me they got a rash from me.

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      Bruce Gerencser

      Good question. I have long thought about the chicken and egg question when it comes to Fundamentalism. Did I have character traits that made me susceptible to Fundamentalism, or did these character traits develop in me as a result of decades of Fundamentalist indoctrination and conditioning? Maybe both.

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        Bruce, I feel like personally it was a bit of both. As a kid, I was naturally a skeptic, and I felt unsatisfied with the pat answers of Christians. But they scared me to death with hell, and I tried to bury the questions and doubts, and sort of tried to stay away from knowledge that contradicted the dogma. That didn’t work well because I was taught that I needed education to survive in life, so I was caught trying to pick and choose what information to believe or not to believe. What a conundrum – I tried immersing myself in Christian safe spaces, but the contradictions I encountered outside were just too much. Plus, I don’t do well under authoritarianism so I got out.

        But I have relatives who crave authoritarianism. They want to be told what’s what, and they fear uncertainty. They dug in more to fundamentalism. We grew up with similar family members, churches, different schools (mine was fundamentalist grades 5-12), but I got out and they dug in.

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    Cool, maybe nut jobs will stay away from me now. Being vaxxed with the Moderna vaccine, I am super-toxic!

    Man, the idiocy is strong with these fundamentalist nut jobs!

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    Steve D

    So what, exactly, is the rational and scientific explanation as to how someone who has received a vaccine would cause hives in a nearby person (assuming that there was no nasty fornication involved in which case this could actually just be an STI)? Wait, there isn’t one and this doesn’t hold up to reasonable scrutiny? Then it’s just like almost everything else that Christians say.

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    Oddly enough, it’s the vaccine recipient who’s more likely to get hives – there are a few cases of people getting idiopathic urticaria because of a reaction to vaccine components like PEG (polyethylene glycol). In Ungarian’s case, it sounds more like “somatization disorder triggered by proximity to individuals who aren’t batshit insane.”

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      Bruce Gerencser

      Yes, it does. I read it on the Internet. 😂 Unfortunately, Ungurean believes EVERY COVID-19 conspiracy. I genuinely feel sorry for her. She’s so far down the proverbial rabbit hole, nothing can drag her back to reason and reality.

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    Brian Vanderlip

    People who have been given that needle shed Satanic virus thingys when they go to the grocery store or pass by others on the street. This is well-known to cause hives and urinary leakage in some cases. A man in Florida actually evacuated his bowels after being greeted by a double-vaccination victim who reached out and wanted to shake his hand! Believe it!The poor man lost all control as the virus suddenly struck him mightily in the nether regions. Also, he was aware that an airborn implant of microscopic size pierced one ear and sank into his life so that he cannot near a church without a terrible burning sensation and a fit of Tourette’s-like cursing.
    Thank goodness Jesus is coming again.

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    No John? I didn’t know when I suffered from hives for several years after moving to where we live, that it was caused by vaccinated people! Nor did my allergist, who literally tested me for everything known to cause allergies. HINT: being around vaccinated people isn’t a cause of hives, not now, not ever.

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