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Steve Explains How to File Your Vaccine Exemption Form in Texas
Dec. 5, 2011

Steve Explains How to File Your Vaccine Exemption Form in Texas (Dec. 5, 2011)

re: The Alamo Spirit Lives: 'Required' Vaccine Neutered with Exemption Form (Nov. 17, 2011)

Subject: Not Sure (Alamo Spirit)
From: Steve
Date: Mon, December 5, 2011
To: Ken Adachi

Hey, tried to send a msg through my e-mail awhile ago to correspond to the subject.I think it might have failed so I copy pasted the original here on your website contact section for instructions you requested for vaccine exemptions.The bottom part was my initial response, from 11-20-11 or near that. Feel free to edit out ^ for it serves no purpose really for others to read.

Luckily somebody took the time on the alamo website & made it easy to get all the links & info took them awhile to get all the info n there but they finally did around a week ago. When I first heard about it I thought it was gonna be difficult or take a ridiculous amount of time. I'm sure the process is quite similar in other states.

First I went to this link to get to the actual submit form through the Texas Department of State Health Services.

( Notice the propaganda on the top that says VACCINES build your childs health in little toy blocks so you subconsciously think warm & fuzzy thoughts when you read it )

About a week later I recieved the form & it also contained a little slip of paper with further instructions on what to do, it reads:

How to fill out the Exemptions from immunization for reasons of conscience (CO) form

1. Write or type your child's first,middle, and last name, and your child's date of birth on the first line.

2. Check the box or boxes for each of the vaccines you do not want your child to recieve.

3. Take the CO form to a Notary Public. Do not sign the CO form until you are in front of a Notary Public so the Notary Public can witness and stamp the CO form.

4. The Notary Public must complete the bottom portion of the CO form.

5. After the form is signed and notarized, it must be submitted within 90 days from the date it is notarized.

6. Take an original signed and notarized CO form to each your child attends that requires immunizations.

7. Do not copy the CO form. Copies are invalid

It costs around $5 to get it notarized & seems a whole lot easier doing this than gettin the vaccine, not to mention the health benifits. If Texas passed this law, I'm sure other states will try to follow if there aren't already some that have.

As far as the implant thing, I can't say I know for sure. It was on your link section in aliens with the person who does that solarizing with photos to reveal shapeshifters & other hidden things.I browsing through it recently & found it quite interesting.

Hope this info helps people out & shows it can be quite simple & more people will start doing it if they already haven't.


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