Medical beliefs
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"With most people unbelief in one thing is founded on blind belief in another."--Lichtenberg
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Beliefs are tools for social conditioning, rather than expressions of inner realization or universal truth." (source)

[Most vaccination (and Allopathic) beliefs are not true yet get embedded (and buried out of sight) into the subconscious as a hypnotic command with the power of a conviction (as if true), which is the characteristic of hypnotic commands (ref)
   This is easy when you are a huge industry, called the medical industry, that includes the government (see:
FDA) and media (See: Authority ploy) Arrogance is used to stop any awkward questions, plus other propaganda ploys such as burning Whistleblowers, and making them out to be mad (see: Pseudoscience' & 'anti-science',  'Conspiracy' , 'anti-vaccine', 'paranoid' 'Quacks) .  Then Assassinations for the ones who wont keep quiet enough, plus the covert Suppression of alternative knowledge.  That all keeps true beliefs out of the way.
    That explains why people believe in vaccination with such conviction when it is so easy to take apart (see: measles).  Groupthink helps keep out Knowledge as you can see from this Gurdjieffian group
.  You may get cut adrift if you look at Knowledge that isn't in the group bible and hymn sheet.]

Quotes
"Anyone who acquired their information in a trance state tends to be more confident and sincere sounding as a witness than a person who is relying on direct memory."---Secret, Don't Tell: The Encyclopedia of Hypnotism by Carla Emery p. 238

"Convictions are more dangerous enemies of truth than lies."-----Nietzsche

 "For a pediatrician to attack what has become the "bread and butter" of pediatric practice is equivalent to a priest denying the infallibility of the pope.-------Dr Robert Mendelsohn, M.D.

Dogma demands authority, rather than intelligent thought, as the source of opinion; it requires persecution of heretics and hostility to unbelievers; it asks of its disciples that they should inhibit natural kindliness in favor of systematic hatred. - Bertrand Russell, Unpopular essays

"We see only what we know."---Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

"A person hears only what they understand.  "---Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

"Nothing is so firmly believed as that of which we know least."—Montaigne.

"When a group of people share a belief, they naturally bond with each other.  Any new recruit is warmly welcomed.  He strengthens the group and renesw their confidence in the shared convictions."-----Secret, Don't Tell: The Encyclopedia of Hypnotism by Carla Emery p.239

"Experiencing profound emotion...also increases the likelihood that the subject will accept the other items on the operator's belief agenda."-----Secret, Don't Tell: The Encyclopedia of Hypnotism by Carla Emery p.239

"Medical students are further softened up by being maliciously fatigued. The way to weaken a personís will in order to mold him to suit your purposes is to make him work hard, especially at night, and never give him a chance to recover. You teach the rat to race. The result is a person too weak to resist the most debilitating instrument medical school uses on its students: fear.
If I had to characterize doctors, I would say their major psychological attribute is fear. They have a drive to achieve security-plus thatís never satisfied because of all the fear thatís drummed into them in medical school: fear of failure, fear of missing a diagnosis, fear of malpractice, fear of remarks by their peers, fear that theyíll have to find honest work. There was a movie some time ago that opened with a marathon dance contest. After a certain length of time all the contestants were eliminated except one. Everybody had to fail except the winner. Thatís what medical school has become. Since everybody canít win, everybody suffers from a loss of self-esteem. Everybody comes out of medical school feeling bad.
    Doctors are given one reward for swallowing the fear pill so willingly and for sacrificing the healing instincts and human emotions that might help their practice: arrogance. To hide their fear, theyíre taught to adopt the authoritarian attitude and demeanor of their professors.  Confessions of a Medical Heretic