Deacon Clergy/Vaccinologists


A special new program for clerical candidates to join the Church of Hope/Sacred Medical Order, and become Ordained to counsel on vaccine issues and provide member of the Church guidance on vaccine avoidance.


An unique and exciting change to obtain:

a) Master's in Traditional & Indigenous Medicines,

followed by your

b) Doctor of Healing Ministry

This is a Vocational Fellowship and Commission in the Church of Hope
Enrollment into Natural Medicine Vaccinology Program & Invesiture - Detroit, Oct. 30, 31, Nov. 1 2020

To be ordained, you must attend the Invesiture.

You must enroll by Sept. 30, 2020.




A special conference with Senator Michael McDonald & Knight Templar Dr. Stewart Swerdlow

Two Day Conference on Advancing SMOKH’s vision for 2021


9:00 AM Opening Ceremony & Prayer (Sovereign Council, ​Dom Adão Pereira I, Prince of the Church)

9:30 - SMOKH’s Medical Theme Msgr. Prof. [Dr. of Med.] Charles McWilliams
10-12 PM - Nutrition Principles for Cellular Pathology, remineralization of Function, Laboratory Medicine
           Michael J. Badanek: BS, DC, CNS, DACBN, DCBCN, D(MM), MD(h), CTTP, MSGR./CHEV.

12:30-1 PM coffee break

1 - 4 PM to be announced

Saturday Oct. 31

9 - 9:30 AM  Update on the Boriken Nation H.E. Dr. Benjamin Angueira
9:30-10 - Update on the Bahamas H.E. Dr. Sir Kevin King
10:00-  AM
    The Order of the Templars in medieval history, summary of the medical contributions Msgr. Prof. [Dr. of Med.] Charles McWilliams
10: 45 - 12 PM: Dr. Stewart Swerdlow - Knights Templar history and their role today.

 - 4 PM to be announced


Holy Chaldean Catholic Church 2:30 PM


H.E. Prof. [Dr. of Med.] Charles McWilliams (confirmed)
H.E. Dr. Rev. Stewart Swerdlow (confirmed)
H.E. Dr. Benjamin Angueirra (Boriken Nation, confirmed)
H.E. Senator Michael McDonald (confirmed)
H.E. Father Adao Pereira I (Brasil, confirmed)
Hon. Michael J. Badanek: BS, DC, CNS, DACBN, DCBCN, D(MM), MD(h), CTTP, MSGR./CHEV. (confirmed)
Hon. Dr. Rev. Sunhawk Richard Heart (confirmed)
Hon. Rev. Dr. Angelique Hart, M.D. (confirmed)

H.E. Dr. Sir Kevin King (Kingdom Government of the Bahamas, confirmed)
video links



Tru by Hilton Hotel in Sterling Heights, MI


Life in the Ministry

For Healers in the 21st Century

Principles of Religious Liberty

People have mostly “opinions” regarding their definition of “religion,” but few can actually define it, and least of all know anything about its legal practices. For the record, the simplest definition of “religion” is a belief in a supernatural agency that guides human destiny. Practically speaking, this is something most all humans believe in, one way or another.

Religious liberty is a foundational principle of enduring importance in the Americas, enshrined in the U.S. Constitution and other sources of federal and international laws. As James Madison explained, the free exercise of religion “is in its nature an unalienable right” because the duty owed to one’s Creator “is precedent, both in order of time and in degree of obligation, to the claims of Civil Society.”

Religious liberty is not merely a right to personal religious beliefs or even to confined worship in a sacred place. It also encompasses religious observances and practices like healing, providing food and shelter for loved ones and congregations of believers, providing education, providing religious products and services, and avoiding mandated vaccines. “The Free Exercise Clause protects not just persons, but persons collectively exercising their religion  through  churches  or  other  religious  denominations,  religious  organizations,  schools, private associations, and even businesses.”

“Except in the narrowest circumstances, no one should be forced to choose between living out his or her faith and complying with the law.  Therefore, to the greatest extent practicable  and  permitted  by  law,  religious  observance  and  practice  should  be  reasonably accommodated in all government activity, including employment, contracting, and programming” (THE ATTORNEY GENERAL. MEMORANDUM FOR ALL EXECUTIVE DEPARTMENTS AND AGENCIES. William Barr, guidance interpreting religious liberty protections in federal law, as appropriate.  Exec. Order No. 13798 § 4, 82 Fed. Reg. 21675 (May 4, 2017, the United States Attorney General wrote: "The freedom of religion is a fundamental right of paramount importance, expressly protected by federal law.”)

Most people are not aware of the scope and depth that religious beliefs, association and membership in specific “churches”, and their religious-liberty protections (by law) confer by providing or receiving social services, education, or healthcare, can offer. To avoid the very sort of religious persecution and intolerance that led to the founding of the United States, the Free Exercise Clause of the Constitution protects against government actions that target religious conduct to members of bona fide Churches, irrespective of religious denomination. The Free Exercise Clause recognizes and guarantees Americans the “right to believe and profess whatever religious doctrine [they] desire.” Empl’t  Div.  v.  Smith, 494 U.S. 872, 877 (1990).

Religious Exemptions for Vaccinations

Vaccines are not ‘mandatory’ and most American states that allow for personal, religious, and/or medical exemptions. For people and parents who elect to forego these risks, in celebration of natural immunity and God blessings of health and longevity, SMOCH offers a church membership program unique and exclusive.

Main Categories of Vaccine Exemption

Ever since the advent of vaccination, there have been people and certain groups who have been advocates for exemption from the vaccination schedules due to various reasons best known to them. Usually, these advocates for exemption point to so many hidden vaccination disasters and side-effects that have been historically and routinely covered up. However, in the present times, these exemptions fall under the following main categories:

1. Philosophical Exemptions

These are the kinds of exemptions that are personal to people, which means they opt for exemptions based on their own beliefs. Currently, only 15 states allow for philosophical exemptions for those who object to immunizations because of personal, moral or other beliefs. These philosophical exemptions are often subject to agency and/or scrutiny of the courts or litigation. Today, it has become weak stand point.

2. Religious Exemptions

These are the kinds of exemptions that are based on the religious beliefs generally, but more specifically the tenets of organized religions like Christian Science and the Church of Hope. Accordingly, there is ample Biblical support for those who assert religious rights to abstain, and avoid vaccinations for spiritual and religious reasons. One can opt for such exemptions because there are some religions that expressly (in writing) have vows or beliefs against vaccines and thus, do not allow their followers or prohibit them from getting vaccinated, or at least advocate they avoid such. There are 45 states and Washington D.C. that grant religious exemptions for people who have religious objections to immunizations. However, these exemptions have been challenged in courts, and usually only those who are members of organized religions that expressly (in writing) advocate avoidance, are the ones who are successful against challenges. People that defend their avoidance simply as a “personal belief” are often challenged. The central point agencies and the courts use is “does the person have firmly held beliefs” and convictions by specific Church doctrines. Very few churches today have specific doctrines and teachings (in writing) that instruct its believers as to how and why to avoid vaccines for religious purposes. The Sacred Medical Order - Church of Hope, expressly in its teachings, publications, doctrines, canons and bylaws not only strongly advocates allopathic vaccination avoidance, but also provides training courses to its Deacons and Ministers in vaccinology, and further provides instruction in homeopathic prophylaxis, antidotal and alternative measures to treat vaccination side-effects, etc. We are the only such “Church” so organized and registered in many countries with these tenets and programs. Our “members” take “vows” in the church for the Essenic/Hygienic Tenets that we advocate, doctrines and beliefs that go back to the time of our Lord Jesus Christ.

3. Medical Exemptions

All 50 states have legislation requiring specified vaccines for students. This exemption may happen under situations when the child has some immune system disorders, the allergic reaction towards a particular vaccine or components present in certain vaccines, etc. If there is any such condition, parents may opt for medical exemption against vaccination however difficult to obtain. Although exemptions vary from state to state, all school immunization laws grant exemptions to children for medical reasons when properly documented according to their guidelines.

Vaccination: The UnGodly Practice

The first monastic community to practice hygienic measures were the Pythagoreans who originated in the 6th century BC, based on the teachings and beliefs held by Pythagoras and his followers. Pythagoreans believed that a vegetarian diet fostered a healthy body. Pythagoreans advanced a grounded theory on the treatment of animals. They believed that any being that experienced pain or suffering should not have pain inflicted on it unnecessarily. Because it was not necessary to inflict pain on animals for humans to enjoy a healthy diet, they believed that animals should not be killed for the purpose of eating them. Following were the religious sect of the The Therapeutae which existed in Alexandria and other parts of the ancient Greek world. Scholars interpret the Therapeutae as the earliest Christian monks. Closely associated were the Essenes (Modern Hebrew: אִסִּיִים, Isiyim; Greek: Ἐσσηνοί, Ἐσσαῖοι, or Ὀσσαῖοι, Essenoi, Essaioi, Ossaioi), who were a Jewish sect during the Second Temple period that flourished from the 2nd century BCE to the 1st century CE. All these groups practiced bathing, worship, hygiene, and veganism.

There is ample Biblical support for those who assert religious rights to abstain, and avoid vaccinations for spiritual and religious reasons. These include the following law(s) prohibiting genetic engineering or the use of its products:

Leviticus: 19:19 Ye shall keep my statutes. Thou shalt not let thy cattle gender with a diverse kind: thou shalt not sow thy field with mingled seed: neither shall a garment mingled of linen [plant] and woolen [animal] come upon thee.

Relevant reasons for God’s warning in this regard includes the fact that bovine (cow) fetal serum is commonly used in vaccine the manufacturing. So are monkey kidney cells, chicken embryo parts, bacterial or viral genetic materials – RNA and DNA, as well as yeast and human proteins. Even human fetal cells are in vaccines–an embarrassing fact that vaccine-makers act to hide.

Using the example of cows, bovine fetal serum is mixed with bacteria or viral particles, and other vaccine ingredients including toxic metals, such as mercury and aluminum, and immune destructive chemicals. Thus, proteins and genetic materials from the cattle, viruses, and bacteria are mixed before these particles are injected into you or your children. Once the vaccine ingredients, including foreign RNA and DNA, and genetically engineered bacteria and/or viruses, or their parts, enter your blood, they may cause genetic mutations of your cells and/or autoimmune diseases. Then you have sown thy bloodstream ‘with mingled seed’ that not only taxes your immune system further, but may cause the development of cancer cells as well. These may go on to become full blown cancers, particularly in the presence of a weakened immune system made weak by vaccine ‘adjuvents.’

Likewise, this cross species transfer of infectious particles often initiates autoimmune diseases, thusly:

Your blood contains vital white blood cell body guards (i.e., lymphocytes) that provide for surveillance and destructive responses against cancer cells and malignant tumors. Therefore, overly taxing these cells, as vaccinations often do, is unclean and unhealthy. Thus, the warning in Lev. 19:19 is more than reasonable. It is life-saving.

God created your blood pure. It is unreasonable that God, or any lawful religious person (including scholars) would recommend, encourage, or sanctify the opposite. That is, that you poison or intoxicate your clean healthy blood.