Adoration of the Shepherds by Dutch painter Matthias Stomer, 1632

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I suspect the luciferases compound will be used a lot in future vaccines as it’s highly effective at determining the efficacy of the vaccine. It’s a common compound. Fireflies make it in their bodies, and it’s harmless to humans. Don’t worry, it won’t make you glow in the dark. 

Yes, I know that “Lucifer,” meaning “light bearer,” is the name used in the Bible to describe the devil (Isaiah 14:12), but that’s a Latin translation of the Hebrew word helel, which means “shining one” or “day star.” It’s important to note that the Devil’s actual name is Helel, not Lucifer, since that portion of the Bible was originally written in Hebrew not Latin. Lucifer is actually just a poor Latin translation. For the record, anyone or anything that bears light is called a “lucifer” in Latin. This could even be an altar boy bearing a torch.

I understand that many people are hesitant about getting the COVID-19 vaccination, and that’s okay. You should be allowed to be cautious about what enters your body. I get it. But let’s try to keep it real. Okay? Just because the Latin word “lucifer” appears in one of the compounds used in the vaccine, that doesn’t mean you’re being injected with the devil.
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I suspect the luciferases compound will be used a lot in future vaccines as it’s highly effective at determining the efficacy of the vaccine. It’s a common compound. Fireflies make it in their bodies, and it’s harmless to humans. Don’t worry, it won’t make you glow in the dark. 

Yes, I know that “Lucifer,” meaning “light bearer,” is the name used in the Bible to describe the devil (Isaiah 14:12), but that’s a Latin translation of the Hebrew word helel, which means “shining one” or “day star.” It’s important to note that the Devil’s actual name is Helel, not Lucifer, since that portion of the Bible was originally written in Hebrew not Latin. Lucifer is actually just a poor Latin translation. For the record, anyone or anything that bears light is called a “lucifer” in Latin. This could even be an altar boy bearing a torch.

I understand that many people are hesitant about getting the COVID-19 vaccination, and that’s okay. You should be allowed to be cautious about what enters your body. I get it. But let’s try to keep it real. Okay? Just because the Latin word “lucifer” appears in one of the compounds used in the vaccine, that doesn’t mean you’re being injected with the devil.
59 views · Dec 24th, 2020
As I have said many times before, and now Vigano confirms, we are NOT living in the time of the Apocalypse or the Antichrist. Rather, what we are experiencing now is a full-dress rehearsal of that time -- a "trial run" if you will. Our Lady has promised this trial will end, and a long period of relative peace will follow, before the final trial.
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