Anti Religious Exemption “Scholar” Kira Ganga Kieffer contacted me poking around for information she could twist.

I had a very interesting email exchange with a graduate student from Brown University, a one, Kira Ganga Kieffer, over the past few days. She was poking around my Church (SEE THE CHURCH OF CHRIST CONSCIOUSNESS in other posts), attempting to find as much information as she could to support her twisted thesis on Religion, as she claims to be a “Religious Scholar.”

It only takes a small google investigation of this one’s articles to notice who’s side she’s on, and it is certainly NOT the side of respecting Religious Freedoms regarding bodily autonomy, and the spiritual right to NOT be injected with toxic vaccines using a constitutional Religious Exemption.

Here is just one example of Ms. Kieffer’s writing sytle;

Rather than getting into a lengthly article on the nature of her “research,” lets just say that I have concluded she is not part of the freedom movements’ solution. She is definitely part of the problem. I have seen this narrative in countless “scholarly academic” articles before; placing herself out there to be an impartial observer while in reality, she is helping build a false and more dangerous narrative to your freedom; THAT YOU HAVE NO RIGHT TO CLAIM RELIGION AS A BASIS TO AVOID ANY VACCINE THE STATE DEEMS YOU ARE REQUIRED TO RECEIVE FOR THE GOOD OF THE STATE.

Watch out for this one; keep your eyes peeled for the propaganda espoused in her new book(s).

Here are the email exchanges I had with her… decide for yourself where she is at and then write what you believe in the comments section.

Dear Dr. Trebing,

Sorry to email your billing address, I couldn’t find another one.

I’m a graduate student researching religion and vaccine hesitancy and came across your organization. I was wondering if you could share a few pieces of information? When did you start the Church of Christ Consciousness? And, could you give me a sense of your membership numbers before and after COVID? Perhaps 2019 and 2022.

Thanks for your time.



Hi Kira,

What University are you doing your graduate work in and for which major?

The Church of Christ Consciousness was formed in 1998 and is a registered 501(C) 3 not for profit religious order.  Membership information is kept private for the security of our members.

The Tenets of the Church are available online here, and although we do ask for an initial donation it is not required to become a member.  Before becoming a member, all people fill out of brief questionnaire about their reasons for wanting to join the Church, as well as certifying they have read and understand the Tenets first before joining. 

Vaccine hesitancy in and of itself, is really a separate topic of trust that is growing especially after CV19 due to the documented failure of the vaccination program, as well as the documented death toll and illness trauma experienced by many people all over the world.  As a result of this failure, death and trauma, the pharmaceutical industry and government are having a very difficult time concealing the truth.

Constitutional protections fro religious beliefs are available through the US Constitution and have been confirmed several times by the Supreme Court.  Many people who discover the obvious trauma and hardships vaccination programs have created, turn to protecting themselves and their loved ones from draconian governmental measures dictated by powerful pharmaceutical lobbies which do not have their best interest in mind, as far as people have learned from their own investigations, especially anecdotally but not limited to this.  They do not need to turn to our Church to help them protect family and other loved ones; religious exemptions are guaranteed and can be demonstrated with a simple letter from anyone.  What I have discovered is that people turn to our Church for the Tenets of natural health given to us by he Creator that they very much agree with.

I hope this answers your questions and good luck with your inquiries.


Dr. William Trebing
Church Overseer

Hi Dr. Trebing,

Thank you very much for getting back to me.

I’m getting a PhD in Religious Studies at Boston University. I’m originally from Westport, CT — I think I saw you are in Greenwich. I study religion and health (biomedicine and alternative med) in the United States, as well as spirituality, and politics. I’m writing a book about the history of vaccine hesitancy and religion, and everything you wrote in your email lines up with my research findings.



Excellent Kira,

Yes I did a Google on you and saw we have some educational and CT area experiences in common.  Good for you and best of luck in your endeavors!  

I do notice your writings and stances very much lean towards discrediting the vaccine hesitancy movement as unscientific, uneducated and fringe, as this is the standard approach from organized (more “liberal” or “woke” dare I say), academia.  I have been a Chiropractic Physician for 4 decades, and it has been my experience that invalidating people’s fear and experience with vaccine Pharma-folklore disguised as ”science,” and then pointing unwarranted blame and mandates on those very people, only perpetuates and expands what you may view as a growing problem.

Bobby Kennedy really says it best for the entire dilemma; simply prove vaccines of all nature produce benefits that outweigh the risks.  People in general are NOT science and biology minded.  But you cannot deny what they are experiencing and viewing happening right in front of them.  Trying to suppress the conversation only makes it worse.

There is a ton of junk science out there on both ends, sadly being perpetrated by BigPharma and government primarily.  The biggest problem people on your end of the argument are having is trying to suppress the facts that when people choose not to use vaccinations, they are just fine, and there are countless examples of this.  Attempting to hold onto the argument that unvaccinated populations are somehow dangerous to their surrounding vaccinated counterparts is as well, crumbling apart naturally due to increasingly exposed truth.  Trying to hold onto this concept actually denies the very science vaccination was built upon in the first place, and what the Pharma industry has discovered is that people are not as stupid and compliant with concepts that just don’t make any sense as they once thought they were.

I hope you conclusions come to represent truth and true investigation rather than the skewed, altered and obfuscated Pharma-perspectives we have all come to witness.  That would be refreshing.

If you don’t mind I will put out a notice on my blog and Church communications to look out for your book/research.

I’ll be watching.


Dr. Wil

Dear Dr. Wil,

I’m surprised that you came to the conclusion you did about my work. I think if you go a bit deeper (and I hope you will when the book comes out) that you may be quite surprised by my conclusions. Also keep in mind that authors don’t write their own headlines. 

At any rate, thank you for your time. I have read your book and cited it.



Hi again Kira,

Please don’t take offense.  Of course I come from a guarded sense of protecting the people who follow my line of thought so trust in these avenues from an author in standardized academia does not run very high.

I hope this changes in my meeting you in this interesting way.

I do wish you good luck after all. :  ),

Dr. Wil

Then after doing a deeper dive on Ms. Kira, reading more of her articles from the web, I decided to ask her some more questions; she did not answer.

Hi Kira,

Your work has intrigued me as I look further into things.  I too, being an ordained minister, have researched varying religions all my life, being raised a Catholic and studying both old/new Testaments, varying forms of Judaism and Christianity, Yoga as well as eastern religions.

Is the intent of your thesis and book(s) to discredit the place of individual, bodily autonomy within a legal religious perspective, essentially making the assertion that vaccine exemption has no place within the religious sphere in general?  As well are you asserting these opinions to help liberal lawmakers with their opinions that bodily autonomy claims in religion are dangerous to public health in some way?  

I ask because these are common themes within liberal academia.  They are of course unfounded and unproven in many ways, since most religions, both personal and more group organized include some sense of bodily autonomy as the temple of the divine, or God.  Secondly, attempts to prove unvaccinated populations are any threat to vaccinated have fallen flat with corruption of science and data for decades.  Will you be asserting that people only run to religion to avoid vaccinations they are afraid of, and otherwise have no need for the religion?  Certain people have been trying to separate religious bodily autonomy claims from “philosophical,” for decades, as an added measure of control to take away people’s religious rights to not get vaccinated, where philosophical claims would not be allowed.

Or, which I hope, does your thesis include the encouragement of lawmakers to respect genuine and authentic religious claims to bodily autonomy which are part of any free society that cannot be changed or touched?  Or that more importantly, when issues like covid arise, people dive deeper into their spiritual sense of right and wrong, and only then discover that having governmental authority force them to take chemicals into their body is a violation of their sense of bodily protection given by the creator?  That every person has the right to refuse forced medications if they choose not to use them?

Or does NONE of this apply?

Your heading of ‘Vaccine hesitancy” is vague is vague and a bit suspicious.  Hesitancy for vaccines throughout the covid debacle has reached a climax only due to pharmaceutical and government lies and anecdotal failure……certainly not because people decide to unerringly run to religion for protection.

Just thought I’d give you a chance to respond to this because I am going to be writing about it anyway in a new blog article.

Anyway if you have a chance, let me know your thoughts.

Cheers, and thanks for your time.

Dr. Wil

Dr. William Trebing is a board certified Chiropractic Physician with a specialty in Neurology and Radiology, centered in Connecticut and South Carolina.  He has been in private practice for 38 years offering natural health care solutions and excellent Chiropractic adjustments, with a specialty in lower back and neck intervertebral disc repair, as well as Brain-Training Neurofeedback.  He is an internationally renowned lecturer on the topics of spinal disc repair, disc radiography, natural health care, the fallacies of the germ theory and mandatory vaccination programs.  He is also the author of the popular book, “Good-Bye Germ Theory.”  He completed his undergraduate and graduate work in Biology/Chemistry and Secondary Education at both Adelphi and Brown Universities, as well as his doctorate in Chiropractic from NY Chiropractic College.