DECLARATION 2020-001 -
Vaccinations, Masks, and Testing
Kuleana Integrative Wellness Priory 1007 members sincerely and firmly hold religious beliefs regarding not participating in covid tests, vaccines, or wearing a mask, shield, or face covering of any kind. I, Rev. Dr. Allie Litterer, as an ordained Priestess and head of Kuleana Integrative welness Priory 1007 since 2019, do hereby verify that members of our Indigenous Church-Tribal Religious body, Priory/ Integrated Auxiliary #1007 of the INTERNATIONAL NATIVE TAINO INDIGENOUS CHURCH OF HOPE, and the Sacred Medical Order of The Church of Hope (SMOCH) of the Eastern Chaldean (orthodox) Church of Brazil.
We declare that health care and spiritual care are equal and vital functions of the church. Under Article 24 of the United Nations Declaration of Indigenous Rights (2007) that we “Indigenous Peoples have the right to their traditional medicines and to maintain their health practices, including the conservation of their vital medicinal plants, animals and minerals. Indigenous individuals also have the right to access, without discrimination, to all social and health services.”
We attest to objection to this practice of flu/covid tests and or vaccine’s, which are medical experiments, because they are experimental, "authorized" but not "approved."
Regarding vaccines, as believers, we know that the body is the temple of the Holy Spirit and as such, should not be used for medical experimentation. Further, the substances in the test and the vaccine are possibly harmful and or deadly to the human body, and we are called to protect the body and not participate in pharmakeia.
“What, know ye not that your body is the Temple of the holy Ghost which is in you, which ye have of God, and ye are not your own?” (1 Cor 6:19)
Kuleana Integrative Wellness Priory 1007 doctrine defines coercive, in-voluntary and or mandated medical procedures which involve penetration and or penetrating any orifice of the body as statutory and/or Criminal Rape. This offense is punishable by law in every state. Position of authority is no impediment to prosecution.
Regarding masks, note that veiling of the face is a Muslim practice of submission to Allah. Our members are not Muslim and are unable to violate their sincerely held religious beliefs by engaging in a Muslim religious practice.
Requiring members to veil and or cover their face with any sort of face covering, mask or shield – which is a violation of his/her religious beliefs -- would be akin to requiring a Sikh to remove their turban, which violates Sikh beliefs.
God breathed the breath of life into man, and man became a living soul. It is an affront to our Creator
to veil the face and restrict our God-given breath. God created human beings with only two airways – the nose and mouth. We do not breathe through our ears or anus.
“And the LORD God formed man of the dust of the ground, & breathed into his nostrils the breath of life; and man became a living soul.” (Gen 2:7)
"And after three days and an half the Spirit of life from God, entered into them: and they stood upon their feete, and great fear fell upon them which saw them.” (Rev 11:11)
We are clearly told by the Lord to stand before him with faces UNVEILED.
"But we all, with open face beholding as in a glass the glory of the Lord, are changed into the same image, from glory to glory, even as by the spirit of the Lord." (2 Cor 3:18)
Covering the nose and mouth and concealing one’s identity is shown to us in the Bible as activities done by prostitutes and those who turn their faces from God in shame.
“When Judah saw her, he thought her to be an harlot: because she had covered her face.” (Gen 38:15)
The law states that a person’s activities – what activities they participate in, and what activities they refrain from, are a part of one’s religious expression. “Religious creed,” “religion,” “religious observance,” “religious belief,” and “creed” include all aspects of religious belief, observance, and practice that are part of an individual observing a religious creed.
Mandating, without informed, voluntary consent the taking a covid test or a vaccine or wearing any sort of face covering or shield is an affront to member's sincerely and firmly held religious beliefs. We concur with and affirm this sincerely and firmly held religious beliefs.
Our ecclesiastical beliefs, dogma, doctrine, covenants and church rules for membership expressly forbid interference with our constitutional and God given mandates to honor our religious practices in all places and situations of life public and private.
We believe the forced injection of experimental and or toxic substances into the body of a person without their expressed, informed, medical consent, without their permission, under duress and or illegal coercion is tantamount to violent rape under church and common law.
References: Indigenous Tribal Org. Religious Practices Protected:
1. American Indian Religious Freedom Act: AIRFA
(American Indian Religious Freedoms Act)
2. Religious Land Use and Institutionalized Persons Act of
3. 42 USC Chapter 21- Religious Freedom Restoration Act
4. United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous
5. Sacred Medical Order of the Church of Hope:
We as believers in Jesus Christ as Lord and Savior believe in the tenets of the Holy Scriptures which state we are made in the image of God and we are image bearers of God. We will be called into account for all we do – including what we do to our bodies! To be forced to do something which violates our beliefs is to sin against God.
For any believer who may have had childhood vaccines or even a recent flu vaccine, that does not contradict the person’s desire to decline the covid vaccine, which is a medical experiment. Some people may not be aware that many of these vaccines have been cultured in aborted fetal tissue and carry the DNA of a male aborted baby. This is appalling to any believer.
Finally, please note that every believer is a member of the Body of Christ, regardless of one’s geographic region.
Members do not have to prove any attendance in any particular church, any length of time of religious conviction, nor does one’s sincerely and firmly held religious belief have to be aligned with any formal religion, according to state and federal laws.
Therefore, I, Reverend Mother Allie Litterer, an ordained minister and head of Kuleana Integrative Wellness Prioiry 1007, a priory of the INTERNATIONAL NATIVE TAINO INDIGENOUS CHURCH OF HOPE, and the Sacred Medical Order of The Church of Hope (SMOCH) of the Eastern Chaldean (orthodox) Church of Brazil swear and attest Kuleana Integrative Wellness Priory 1007 members are lawfully protected right to seek a religious exemption from activities that are offensive to sincerely and firmly held religious beliefs. And it is so.
Tribally, Biblically, morally, ethically, spiritually, constitutionally, and without prejudice,
Rev. Dr. Allie Litterer