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This article attempts to simplify the differences between two systems of medicine, one based on Pasteur's germ theory [ monomorphism ] and the other on Bechamp’s cellular theory [ pleomorphism ]. The germ theory believes in specific, pre-existing germs outside the human body causing diseases while the cellular theory believes that diseases originate inside the human body from tiny organisms that never die, can change form and cause diseases. The two different theories are the basis for two different systems of medical practice. This article takes a special look at pleomorphism.
Bechamp's cellular theory is a revived challenge to how Western medicine is being practiced. Will medicine be turned upside down?
Background Medical Practice:
The practice of Western medicine today stems from belief in the germ theory and the Flexnir Report published in 1910. Wiki: Flexenir Report [ The Flexnir Report made recommendations, based on the germ theory, to improve the quality of medical education, and how medicine was to be practiced. ] The medical belief system has changed very little since then. Yes, we have had some wonderful advancements in public health, surgery and drug therapy. Despite all the self praise of the medical establishment, little progress has been made to bring chronic degenerative diseases like cancer and heart disease under control.
The practice of today’s medicine is based on the germ disease theory of Louis Pasteur that is almost 150 years old! Pasture a fraud | History of medical practice Pasture postulated that specific germs cause specific diseases. The Dream and Lie of Louis Pasteur Kill the germ and you control the disease. Well, it has NOT worked very well! The American health care system, in spite of President Obama's efforts of reform, is and will be in continuing trouble. US health care in crisis | Drug monopoly
Pasteur’s theory was based in the believe of monomorphism. One germ for a specific disease. But back in Pasteur’s day, this notion had been challenged by Bechamp and Professor Claude Bernard and their theory of Pleomorphism Cowan: Pleomorphism that cells, and especially one-celled microorganisms, can change form under certain conditions to cells of another type. They contended that no matter where germs came from they presented a danger only if the body was in a run-down state due to a disturbed "milieu interieur." Drew: Terrain disease cause Pasture and his friend, Koch, were more vocal, won the argument and swayed the world into believing that the postulates of Koch and germ theory were correct.
Thus as the 19th Century came to a close, two schools of thought about disease and health existed: pleomorphism as espoused by Bechamp, Enderlein and Ernst Almquist (1852-1946) of Sweden, and monomorphism as propounded by Pasteur and Robert Koch (1843-1910) of Germany. Cowan: Pleomorphism
Pasteurian Germ Theory vs. Bechamp Cellular Theory
As described by Walene James: James: germs
Since that early era, many astute scientists and doctors [ Enderlein, Rife, Reich, Livingston-Wheeler, Naessens, and more recently, in the U.S., Dr. Robert O. Young (San Diego) and Dr. David Jubb (New York) ] over the past 100 years have challenged the monomorphism theory and the medical practice of today. Donohoe: Medical error
The differences in the two theories, monomorphism and pleomorphism, came about from the techniques of using microscopes and preparation of specimens. [ although this most critical aspect was overlooked in the arguments ]. The early low magnification microscopes of Pasture and other researchers at the turn of the century had a maximum magnification of 1000 and stained the blood culture samples. Staining dyes killed all living blood organisms. On the other hand, the new microscopes of Rife, Livingstone, Naessens and others had a magnification of 20,000 to 30,000 and did not stain the blood samples. The low magnification microscopes can not display organisms smaller than viruses and in living color, whereas the microscopes of Rife, Livingstone and Naessen were able to display the smallest organisms alive and moving about. [ All three scientists had their work disrupted and suppressed by the FDA. ]
Pleomorphism: Béchamp was able to prove that all animal and plant cells contain tiny particles which continue to live after the death of the organism and out of which microorganisms can develop. In his book Mycrozymas, Béchamp laid the foundation for the concept of pleomorphism. Bechamp:where protits come from
Whenever there is anything in nature that is dying, beginning to decay, something comes and eats it up. In this case the internal environment of the cells change [ from living to dead cells ], triggering the protits to change into the microbes [ that come out of the tissue cells ] to clean up any toxins or decaying stuff found in the body. That is what microbes, germs, are for. According to Béchamp, germs are the result, not the cause of disease!
These tiny organisms, referred to as protits by Enderlein, are what come from the air and get in water, wine or whatever and do what they are supposed to do, eat sugar. These protits are everywhere, in the air, the ground, in all living things, plants, animals. In wine they turn into the yeast cells that do what they have to do, eat it, ferment it.
What are Protits [ Enderlein ], Microzymas [ Béchamp ], Naessens [ Somatids ]?
Protits are tiny dot forms. These forms are the end and the beginning of all physical life. All cells, organs, and living forms are built from these 'little bodies'. Protits continue to live after the death of the organism and out of which microorganisms can develop. Bechamp:where protits come from
Theory of Protits
Protits are also ubiquitous. That is, everyone carries them, both in sickness and in health. Bechamp:where protits come from
More scientific proof that protits exist can be found in observing the aging of a blood smear slide over one to two days. Organisms literally can be seen [ in a high powered microscope ] wiggling out of the red blood cells, organisms that change into more degenerate and pathological forms as the process proceeds. When the rotting or putrefaction process is over, when there is nothing more for the newly formed viruses, bacteria and fungi to eat, they all break apart again, disappear, and turn back into the "little dots" they came from, that is, into Protits/Microzymas/Somatids. They eat themselves and are reborn, [ Reference to mythogy reports of the alchemical snake forever eating its tail (the Uroboros) or the Phoenix, a mythical bird of great beauty that was reborn from the ashes of its own funeral pyre. ] Myers: Bechamp
Video of protits by Naessens: ALERT: [ You may need to install a free version of ActiveX on your computer, to view videos. ]
Protits are the dark dots visible on a [ unstained ] blood slide when viewed under high magnification with special microscopes. Profits never die! All animal and plant cells contain these tiny particles which continue to live after the death of the organism and out of which microorganisms can develop. When anything in nature is dying, it is the protits that begin decay, protits come and eat it up.
What triggers protits to change form? It is the internal environment or “terrain” of a plant, animal or human. Drew: Terrain disease cause In humans, terrain is a change in the blood pH from a slightly alkali 7.3 to an acid pH less than 7.
Is there any scientific evidence that protits never die? Scientists have discovered that chalk and limestone are composed of protits. When limestone is placed in water, one can observe fermentation and tiny objects start moving and rolling. A similar fermentation action is observed when mummies in Egypt are put in water. Protits just start eating sugar again, fermenting their environment depending on acid - base condition, after thousands or millions of years. It never stops, Life. Bechamp:where protits come from
Health vs Disease: Now lets take another look at pleomorphism. Donohoe: Medical error
Protit, an independently living microform, exists within all living things, and is both the builder and recycler of organisms. In a state of health, the protits act harmoniously and fermentation occurs normally, beneficially. But in the condition of disease, protits become disturbed and change their form and function. They evolve into microscopic forms (germs) that reflect the disease and produce the symptoms, becoming what Béchamp called "morbidly evolved" microzymas. Microzymas | Feustel: Getting sick Dominique: Immunity
Béchamp and other scientists Cantwell: blood bacteria | Naessens believed in the theory of pleomorphism, that a microbe could evolve through many forms from virus to bacterium to yeast to fungus to mold and could even de-evolve back to a pre-virus again. Béchamp could see this evolution and de-evolution clearly in his microscope. The Medical Establishment has rejected pleomorphism and has continued to reject these “real time” observations.
Another of Béchamp's contemporaries, Claude Bernard, expounded on the pleomorphic theory and said that the inner terrain or "milieu interieur" was the cause of disease, and not microbes. It was discovered that acidic blood and tissue provide an internal environment [ terrain ] that is ideal for disease to develop. When the terrain becomes acidic, microbes evolve into pathogenic forms and carry out the work nature designed them to do – as cleaners and undertakers, scavenging inflamed or infected tissue.
The acidity or acid/alkaline balance of the blood is measured by pH and is a very important marker for good health. The blood will do all it can to keep its pH at 7.365, or slightly alkaline. It will even strip alkaline reserves like calcium from the bones to buffer a rise in acidity. [ This can lead to a condition labeled by modern medicine as osteoporosis. ] When the pH drops, even by 00.1, the increase in acidity is interpreted by the protit microbes [ already present in the body in their billions ] as a sign of a a body in trouble, dead or dying body. This prompts them to morph from benign bacteria into virulent yeast and mold so that they can decompose the dead body.
Under this perfect condition of a pH = 7.3, the microzyma, or the protit as Enderlein called them, live in perfect harmony with the body. However, when the pH increases (more alkalic) or decreases (more acidic), the protits can not survive and transform into another pleomorphic shape.
So, the pH of the blood is the most important factor to determine the state of the microorganisms in the blood. Drew: Terrain disease cause Another important factor is the mineral and vitamin status in the blood, and as will become clear this is quite complex as both factors are related. Diet is the most important factor to control the pH. Getting an alkali body For more information about new information about health go to: Health Menu
Immunity and Protits:
Protits, named by Naessens as somatids or super small particles, can be cultured outside the bodies of the host. Naessens also observed that the tiny particle had a pleomorphic (form-changing) life cycle, and had a sixteen-stage life cycle. Only the first three stages of the somatid life cycle are normal.
Naessens discovered that when the immune system is weakened or disrupted, the somatids [ protits ] go through the other thirteen stages. Naessens The weakening of the immune system could be brought about by a number of factors such as exposure to chemical pollution, ionizing radiation, electric fields, poor nutrition, accidents, shock, depression, and many more factors. The ability to culture somatids is a bellwether to the rewriting of microbiology!
"Seventy percent of your immune system resides in your small intestine due to the presence of “friendly” bacteria." [ Elizabeth Lipski (2004). Text: Digestive Wellness. P. 27. ]
Here are two videos about protits and pleomorphism.
Video 1 Alan Cantwell Alan Cantwell The cancer microbe & the Russell bodies
Video 2 Alan Cantwell: The Cancer Microbe-AIDS & Kaposi's Sarcoma
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Where do we go from here?
Politics of medicine: Modern medicine has disappointed most people. People and their governments have invested billions of dollars with very little to show in terms of better health and less economic cost. That health care systems in most countries are not working [ US hea care in crisis | US insurance crisis | Greece and Financial debt | British: financial crisis | France hea care in trouble ] is an opportunity for change and improving the current health care system.
The nature of the health care system aside, the real health problems are not medical doctors, health care providers or hospitals, but instead, the behaviors of people --- their lack of self discipline to exercise and eat properly. The majority of people have bad behaviors and habits and lack the acumen to make wise choices. Our American culture has spawned a disease culture.
Health care leadership and reinforcements must come from the government to prevent illnesses, diseases and disorders that are inflicted by an out of control and broken free enterprise system. We must start inculcating attitudes and evolving good health habits early in kindergarten and provide continuous reinforcements for orthobiosis [ proper style of living ]. This alone is the health care reform that has the potential to reduce health care costs, create a more efficient health care system and improve the quality of life more than other reforms!
Frustration can be seen in the faces of people who view the political spin put on health and political advertisements. People are confused about what and who to believe! Barron: Med failures But such disappointment has opened the doors for reforming the health care system. Unfortunately, the current health care system is under economic-political lock with the drug and insurance corporations and the federal government holding the key to better health care opportunities. This makes it difficult to bring about change. Reforming health care
There is strong opposition to accepting the pleomorphic theory.
It has been said, "Doctors fear drug companies like bookies fear the mob."
Physicians, schooled in the germ theory in medical schools, are reluctant to accept that the same type of "tiny microbe" present in a healthy individual could cause a variety of chronic diseases in the same person. Embracing such a new belief of medicine would jeopardize their license to practice medicine.
Change is painful, confusing, expensive and there may not be a best way of bringing about change. Surely an eclectic health care system, that compromises and allows both systems to be a public right of choice, would be a best fit for everyone.
Medical change and reform is knocking on everyone’ s door. All we have to do is open the door! The world is what we make it!
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