Masters of Health Magazine November 2022 | Page 20

Image Caption: Giordano Bruno is burned at the stake for heresy on the Campo de Fiori in Rome, February 17, 1600.

Dr. McCullough Fights to Keep his

Board Certifications

A doctor who publicly questions COVID-19

vaccine orthodoxy is severely punished

By John Leake -True Crime Writer.

Imagine the history of medicine if—every time a new disease emerged or was described for the first time—an  Official Cure was quickly imposed by government authorities, and any doctor who questioned this Official Cure was branded a dangerous spreader of misinformation.

To students of history, such a scenario is reminiscent of the Roman Catholic Church’s Holy Office of the Inquisition, founded to prosecute anyone in the church’s jurisdiction deemed to have publicly uttered or written statements that questioned Church orthodoxy on spiritual and temporal matters. In the scientific realm, the Inquisition’s most notorious prosecutions were of Giordano Bruno (1548-1600) and Galileo Galilei (1564-1642). 

Both were convicted of heresy for their heterodox views. The former was first publicly humiliated by being hanged upside down on Rome’s Campo de Fiori and then burned at the stake. His ashes were then thrown in the Tiber River. The latter spent the last nine years of his life under house arrest.