ATP Medical Literature #02
Dated : June 8, 2008
Subject : Colloids of Life or Protits.
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Günther Enderlein (1872-1968) saw the healthy host as filled with primitive life forms which he called – Colloids of Life or Protits.
These reside in the red cells, white cells, in plasma and all other body fluids and tissues, are 0.01 micron in radius (about the size of a virus), and the larger forms of these can be seen under any microscope’s high power, oil immersion lens, as tiny dots, rolling, always moving. They are seen best with a dark-field microscope as tiny shining, moving points. They are visible because they move. For Web Site reference regarding Günther Enderlein see the ExploreMagazine at explorepub.com.
Günther Enderlein was the last of the old pleomorphists and has done the most exhaustive and comprehensive compilation and study of this information to date. The basis for Enderlein’s work was the book by the French researcher A. Béchamp, titled Mycrozymas.
Enderlein devoted the bulk of his scientific work which stretched for more that 40 years, to the complex question of pleomorphism, symbiosis and cyclogeny (the cycles organisms go through) of microorganisms.
From this he published his chief work, BAKTERIEN-CYCLOGENIE (publisher W.de Gruyter & Co. Berlin, 1925). In it he presented arguments and proofs for pleomorphism, which have to this date remained undefeated.This book has just become available in English from Enderlein Enterprises, Inc., P.O. Box 704, Mt. Vernon, WA 98273, phone 360-424-6029. That there has been very little about any of this available in English has been part of the problem for sure.
The following information and pictures, except where otherwise indicated, are from the book Blood Examination in Darkfield according to Prof. Dr. Günther Enderlein, available from Semmelweis-BVerlag, D-27316 Hoya, Germany, compiled by Dr. med. Maria-M Bleker, 1993. This book is also available, in English and German, at the above address. In the following, unidentified quotes are placed for material taken from this book. Maria Bleker gives seminars in Darkfield Microscopic examination and has been one of the chief people responsible for introducing Pleomorphism to America. This has not been an easy job.
“According to Enderlein, ‘germs’ are not representing unchanging organisms that are independent of each other, but altogether they form a singular, common cycle, which has its origin in the colloidal, albuminoid substances called Protits that are contained inside of each particular cell.”
Enderlein called these Protits, ENDOBIONTS (from the Greek endo — internal and bios- life).
We can never separate ourselves from them. We coexist in a mutually symbiotic (means we live together, helping each other) relationship. We give them a vehicle for life, they give us blood forms like platelets, without which we couldn’t exist (platelets are formed from the Protits, not in the bone marrow as taught by modern science).
The endobiont appears in all mammalian species and has shown evidence through some of its developmental forms to be of a plant nature.
Our symbiotic union with them evidently occurred millions of years ago as our species grew into existence. Without some blood clotting mechanism in place, mammals could never have evolved.!
When the host is in health, Protits live in symbiotic relationship with the tissue cells, and maintain the health of and regenerate all organs, we live together and help each other. They are the smallest unit of life, not the cell.
They are physical life per se.
In the blood and tissue of humans and animals, there live microbes (Protits) which are normally harmless and which maintain diverse regulatory mechanisms. According to Prof. Enderlein, these ‘Endobionts’ are usually non-pathogenic phases of the mold fungus Mucor racemosus Fresen!, Aspergillus niger van Tieghem or Penicillium notatum.
One does not see these fungal forms in the blood of a living being, these are just what they look like when cultured in a laboratory or what the Protits devolve to in a corpse.
The mummies in Egypt are composed totally of Protits.
Put the dust from these mummies in water and there they are, under the microscope, turning, moving, the Protits.
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THE LAW OF CYCLOGENY
As with microbes the above Protits are subject to the Law of Cyclogeny, which means, their development cycles through the following stages: primitive phase (Protit) to bacterium to fungus, whereby the virulence and pathogenicity of the parts of the cycle increases with the rising developmental phase.
This means, they develop from the apathogenic (can’t make you sick), non-motile, tiniest albuminoid, particle (Protit) — which is to be classified in size with the viruses (0.01 µm) — via the nonvirulent chondrit stage into the following parasitic, pathogenic (can make you sick) stages.
As the patient becomes ill and therefore acid, microorganisms form, in quantum-biological leaps, depending on the pH of the nutritive medium or the internal milieu. The microorganisms get more dangerous as one goes from the strongly alkaline high of the pH-value towards the ever decreasing pH-value of the acid side.
This happens in the following manner. AS THE INTERNAL MILIEU BECOMES MORE ACID, the Protits first begin to join into threads (tails or Filum) that sprout globules, primitive granules (heads). These, Enderlein, called SYMPROTITS.
As from Dr. med. Maria-M Bleker’s, Blood Examination in Darkfield according to Prof. Dr. Günther Enderlein;
“In the new formation of filum and head, atomic-physical and quantum-biological factors play a decisive role. This is visible from the sudden occurrences by the leap of these new formations. The formational processes of a filum with a head resulting in what is called the CHONDRIT, occurs within the smallest fraction of a second, which is therefore not observable by the eye looking through the microscope; the new developmental forms are suddenly there. The Protits come together and join in the following manner:
Protits can NATIONALIZE or come together in three ways. They can form:
1. A one dimensional arrangement. This results in a shorter or longer thread, the FILUM; its diameter is that of the protit, namely 0.01 mm. However, it can constantly increase in thickness, after its formation.
2. A two dimensional arrangement of the protits, into fine, skin-like surfaces that are found, for example, in the spermit (bacteriophage) as swarmer-heads (see below). This is one filum with one Protit head. The SYMPROTIT is simply a larger head than the Protit or the Spermit head.
3. A three-dimensional arrangement, namely into more or less tiny granules, the physiologic, often spherical SYMPROTITS which become the primary nuclei of the bacterial cell they are turning into.”
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FORMATION OF FILUM
The formation of these Fila threads can be observed only in the dark field, sometimes this occurs very rapidly, right before your eyes, in extremely ill patinets.
The fila in this picture are the thread like structures that fill the background. These are what cause blood to clot.The circles are red blood cells.The circles that are stacked together in the left hand picture are red blood cells that have stuck together.
As from Maria Bleker’s book;
“It is the first of the primitive phases that occurs through the change in fila according to the formula x:2x. Because the x shows very great differences in the lengths, the filit-phase comprises very large numbers of individual phases. These threads begin to appear soon after the blood is drawn. While watching under the microscope the threads just pop into view, increasing in length in quantum type jumps, 2X long then 4X, then 8X, 16X, etc..
Actually, there appears to be constant quantum fluctuations between these formed products. Thereupon follow the primitive stage FILIT, the ongoing change between the FILUM and a filum-piece of double its length.”
If a person is totally healthy, none of these Fila will form. If there is no appearance of Fila after two days, that person is totally healthy. Personally, I have never seen this, perhaps in a new born baby.
Base Powder reverses this process.
Actually, we had a patient one time in whom the Fila started forming immediately. This is very unusual as usually it takes some hours for this process to start. This patient was very ill with extremely acid blood and cancer and we never saw him again. How fast the Fila form is a very good indicator of how ill you are as it is a direct reflection of how acid you are.
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FORMATION OF SYMPROTITS
Next, the Filit makes a quantum jump and unites with or produces, instantaneously sprouts, a SYMPROTIT HEAD. The above tail simply develops a head, in a quantum fashion and poof….there is a filum thread with a symprotit head on it – out of ‘nowhere’…?
This is called the CHONDRIT (see below), a filum with a symprotit head.
You have sperm, or do you? The similitude among sexual processes in Nature is pervasive and awesome. The snake that ate itself. In fact sometimes these threads or fila begin to move like a flagella and you have what is called SPERMIT. This is pleomorphism and acid base is the key.
“The spermits of the microbes are tiny swarmers that consist of a tiny symprotit heads and filum flagellie, which enables them to copulate with all pathological symprotits and all the bacterial and fungal forms within the same cycle.
The consequence of such copulation of bacterial and fungal-nucleic apparatus is naturally that the bacteria and fungi immediately become dissolved and they degrade back into more spermits and protits/chondrits.
The presence of spermits is a good thing as these forms attack anything (higher pathogenic forms). Spermits cannot be photographed because of their minute size and intense mobility. They represent nothing but a readiness to meet an alarming situation. ”
Enderlein first discovered this process in 1916 with his work on typhus. He re-discovered in the blood of these patients, with darkfield, “the tiniest moving beings”, this having been seen before by Béchamp and others. Enderlein saw too that these tiny moving beings “entered into union with higher organized bacteria”.
When this happened the bacteria that had joined with the tiny beings “became instantly invisible. Enderlein surmised sexual processes, through which came about, not higher forms (as in embryonal development) but lower forms that were invisible to the eye in the light microscope. These vigorously moving elements had flagella.” As indicated above he named these Spermits.
This shows the variation in size of the Portits. The small dots in this picture are Protits, the larger dots are the Symprotits. The red circles are red blood cells and the mass in the middle of the slide are disintegrating blood cells.The heads can only be seen here, not the tails.
Symprotits are conglomerated Protit heads that form varying sized globules or heads. As the Protits group together the heads get larger and larger. As stated, the tails really can’t be seen in these pictures. The Symprotits then that we see under the microscope are enlarged Protit type forms occurring in various sizes. They are always moving too, compared to other things seen under the microscope that look similar and don’t move.
The small dots in this picture are larger and of different diameters than the ones in the above picture. The Protits have stuck together and formed the heads of the next larger “nationalization” or grouping of the Protits. Each advancement to a higher stage or VALENCY as it is called represents an increasing degree of pathogenicity. They become more dangerous.
Then, these conglomerated Protits (Symprotits) use more protein colloid, Protits, for their advancement, depositing it first in large numbers right on its surface as nutritional reserves. This reserved living, protein colloid grows even larger, surrounding the symprotit sphere with more and more substance. These become Macrosymprotits (macro – large, symprotits). The acid base imbalance is becomming worse.
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These represent exceptionally large spheres of purely nucleic protein. They can be found free, or connected with the filum, or in the elements of tissues and cells of the host. In connection with the filum, the fila are, then, usually very mobile.
“One can tell by the diverse sizes of ‘free’ symprotits that are present, whether one is dealing with normal forms or abnormal ones. Namely, in that case, the formula is also x:2x, which means the presence of identical spheres plus other ones of twice their size. When several sphere-phases are found side-by-side, they will be indicated by a larger number of varieties in size, which is the more common condition. They just jump from one size to the other, no period in-betwe0en that is observable. The resulting forms are the large, heads or primitive granules called Macrosymprotits.”
The large dot the arrow is pointing to is a Macrosymprotit. Notice the difference in size of the “tiny dots” in this picture.
As the internal milieu becomes acid, as the pH decreases, the primary tiny lumps and their tails, the Protits begin to increase in size by sticking together in a three dimensional arrangement; first one, then two, then eight, then sixteen, then thirty-two according to the formula, x:2x, where x is the number of Protits coming together. These increase in quantal jumps too. You can watch it under the microscope; first there is 1 Protit, then 2, then 4, 8… and so on, all lumped together.
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FREE CHONDRIT PHASE
The Chondrit Phase begins with the above enlargement of the Symprotits and of their Fila. The Symprotits and their tails join end to end giving the Chondrit forms a beaded appearance. This gives them a lively mobility as they have an even denser arrangement of tiny symprotits along the length of the fila.
“The primitive stage CHONDRIT can be seen most frequently constantly changing between FILUM and PRIMITIVE GRANULE (Symprotit). Depending on the size of this tiny primitive granule (between 0.02 µm and 1µm), very diverse valences or degrees of pathogenicity may occur at this stage.”
FREE CHONDRIT PHASE
The large dots in this picture are Macrosymprotits. The beaded threads like the one the lower arrow is pointing to are free Chondrit heads on Fila threads. Some have coalesed into, thick rid shaped forms, (see below). The large circles are red blood cells.
The Chondrit Stage
This is the Chondrit stage growing out from a red blood cell edge. It has many Symprotit heads on a File thread. This stage is very strong and mobile. This thread will close end to end and form a circle. This will become a bacterial cell as below.
The lower valenced Chondrits are not pathogenic and do not make you sick. In fact, these low valenced Chondrits plus the Protit discussed above and the Protitit (the forms that are so small that they can’t be seen with the light microscope). The Protit and Protitit have even lower valency or pathogenicity than the Chondrits and these three are what are used as Isopathic medicine. These Chondrits, being quite mobile, seek out higher valenced microorganisms such as bacteria and fungal forms. The Chondrit forms copulate and fuse genetic material with these more pathogenic organisms and they then break all apart into Protits as described.
The Chondrit Stage begins with that sphere of the developmental growth of the endobiont, in which only the low-valenced phases have full apathogenicity and all higher phases reach pathogenicity to an ever rising degree. The higher valenced forms of these Chondrits have more Symprotit heads, they are bigger and more varied in size among other things. The Free Chondrits are considered to be the viral phase and in their higher valenced forms they are pathogenic as such.
“THE ONLY EXCEPTIONS ARE THE VERY FIRST PRIMITIVE STAGES which are the PROTIT and the CHONDRITS that are of lowest valences. They are entirely nonvirulent and the play a REGULATORY role toward the higher and more pathogenic stages by decomposing these through copulatory processes. In that sense, these stages are termed REGULATORS.”
Isn’t this all rather amazing? “Sperms”, doing what they do and breaking down higher and more dangerous forms of its conglomerated self, back into itself. The snake eating its tail for sure. This is Isopathic medicine.
THE BIRTH OF A CELL
Next, if the internal milieu, Pishinger’s Space, becomes worse, more acid, polluted, the beaded, Free Chondrits, form circles (closed loops) by hooking end to end and looping around to complete a circle. These circles are composed of symprotit heads, distributed around the ring made of fila.
Symprotit heads distributed around a ring made of fila. These symprotit heads will fuse together and form the nucleus of the developing bacterial cell.
Then, these small symprotit heads move together and fuse forming the nucleus (called the Mych),
and you have the newborn cell!
The medium sized circles like the arrow is pointing, looking like bubbles, are Bacterial Spheres (Mychits) or spherical, primary bacterial cells. The larege circles are red blood cells and the mass in the middle is a disintegrating white blood cell with the many ring forms being extruded from it.
The above are the growth forms of the primitive phases (the Protit, Symprotit, Macrosymprotit and lower valenced Chondrits). These come together and form the cell.
“Each higher developmental step represents the nationalization or coming together of these growth forms. In this way, the symprotit uses the protit, namely a protein-colloid, for its advancement, depositing it at first in large numbers right on its surface as nutritional reserves. This reserved living, protein colloid grows ever larger, surrounding the symprotit sphere more and more. By this process, the first cell has come to be, which is a spherical primary cell, the bacterial cell, the MYCHIT. By this process, the symprotit became the primary nucleus, the MYCH, and from the reserve material collection of living colloids came the CELL PLASMA of the primary cell, the Mychit.”
“Reserve substances, which form a more or less thick layer, may be deposited around the primary nucleus. These primary nuclei with their covering of reserve substances completely correspond physiologically to the fatty substances in higher organisms. To the very largest percentage of cases, these reserve materials consist of LIPOIDS and also NUCLEIC ACID DERIVATIVES.”
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DEVELOPMENT OF BACTERIAL RODS
Through division, the above Bacterial Sphere becomes the source of a micrococcus with two nuclei (DIPROTIT). From them, bacteria with 4 – 8 nuclei develop, and finally a bacillus with 16 and more nuclei. On the other hand, the nucleus divides and the ring can elongate and turn into rod forms. This is a picture drawn while looking though a microscope in 1879. The bacterium, Leptotrichia buccalis, the usually harmless bacteria found in our mouths, is seen here to go from the round coccal form into a rod form. In the process the nucleus divides and becomes many.
To summarize, the small nuclei or tiny symprotits of the Chondrit around the edges of the ring in these pictures move together and make one nucleus. The ring can enlarge and become a coccus or round, ball shaped germ or it can elongate and turn into a bacterial rod. The Symprotit gathers Protits to it to feed it and to form the cellular plasma. The nucleus gets larger as the tiny symprotits coalesce and the ring gets larger as the cell plasma fills the cell up.
Coccus type germs are the streptococcus, gonococcus, staphlococcus and the like.
Rod type germs are E. coli, pseudomonis, and so on. These forms actually come out of the cells themselves, red or white in the blood. The blood, when it starts to break down first begins a fermentation process that can lead to blood clots or rigor mortuus, two sides of the same process.
Red blood cell from a patient with stomach cancer. There are two bacterial rods exuding from it. The nuclei are stacked one on top of the other.
The following pictures show rod forms budding off of or extruding from red blood cells. You see round buds pinching off of blood cells. You see long hollow tubes that have come out of cells and long, beaded strings of Chondrit forms that can be the pathogenic viral forms. There are also some short stubby rods that are typical of the ones we see in medical, micro biology labs. Acid base imbalance is severe.
The multitude of various size dots in the left hand picture are Symprotits and Macrosymprotits, Symplasts (heads and tails hooked end to end, not yet pulled together into bacterial forms) and Free Chondrits (the beaded, long thread like forms). The right hand picture shows buds of bacterial forms comming out of red blood cells.
What makes these life forms, Protits, ‘advance’ so rapidly? (I prefer to use the word degenerate or involve, devolve — rather than advance or evolve.)
“Our civilization causes or facilitates this through artificial fertilizers, preservatives, coloring substances, air pollution, etc., but in the very first place stands our false nutrition, which literally “fattens” the Endobiont by its high-content in protein and sugar.
Animal protein fattens the Protit. As soon as the balance in the blood serum between mineral salts (bases, alkali) and acids has become disturbed toward the acidic side through long-continued, antibiological nutrition, the above things start sticking together. The endobiont literally feeds off animal protein and gets bigger.”
“The endobiont is the ROBBER OF PROTEIN. The only non-plant protein that can be taken in larger amounts, is the protein of the milk, and that in its acid form, such as cottage cheese and other forms of cheese. Farmers Cheese is the best available in supermarkets. These lactic proteins have developed a special accomplishment in the course of endless time, namely the capacity for producing a specific protein synthesis, which does not give the endobiont an opportunity to feed on.”
The normal healthy Protit is made up of vegetable protein!
“The hydrogen-ion concentration (pH) of the blood gets shifted through the Endobiont, whereby it must be especially emphasized that the Endobiont expressly devours protein. It is understandable that these facts create ever enlarging conditions of the endlessly ongoing development of the Endobiont.”
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THE ANARTATIC LAW of Enderlein
The dependency of the development of microorganisms upon the pH (acid base) of the nutritive medium or the internal melieu is a FUNDAMENTAL LAW called the Anartatic Fundamental Law by Enderlein. As from Blutuntersuchung Im Dunkelfeld nach Prof. Dr. Günther Enderlein;
The Anartatic Fundamental Principle:
“For the nationalization (coming together of) of comparative-morphologic units into higher and highest developmental phases, the specific acids PRODUCED by each individual microorganism are the CAUSAL reason for the changes of the internal milieu in the pH, and that is tending to the ACIDIC side. In other words: the RISING steps of the total cyclogeny are accompanied by and dependent on the PROPORTIONATELY DESCENDING pH. That is it demonstrates the summary of the ASCENDING developmental tendency with the ever more DESCENDING pH-value.”
An interesting point here is that one can never force an advancement by increasing the acidity of the culture medium. This won’t, in and of itself, cause the Protits to stick together and acquire tails and form spheres with nuclei on their edges that finally turn into bacterial and then fungal forms.
“On the other hand, if one alkalinizes a culture medium already containing fully developed bacterial or fungal forms by adding a little bacterial material or parts of fungal mycelia to a hanging drop of 5% sodium carbonate, which is a strongly alkaline medium with a high pH value, one can immediately observe the formation of the primitive stages, namely in the CHONDRIT STAGE.”
So higher forms are readily ‘decomposed’ back into the Chondrit Stage, by making them alkaline.
So too, if one withdraws blood from a vein through a tube and then run the blood directly into a sugar water solution with 40% ethyl alcohol in it, without exposing it to air, as per Louis Pasteur and Antoine Béchamp, it will begin to ferment. This fermentation produces the acids it needs to continue its evolution, de-evolution, involution, namely lactic and citric acids. The red blood cells begin to decompose. All the above things happen and what you end up with is nothing but Protits. It takes a month or so. Very interesting experiment.
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Antoine Béchamp (1816-1908) proved that (all the following quotes are from The Third Element of The Blood, Antoine Béchamp, 1994, unless indicated otherwise);
“all natural organic matters (matters that once lived), absolutely protected from atmospheric germs, invariably and spontaneously alter and ferment, because they necessarily and inherently contain within themselves the agents of their spontaneous alteration, digestion, dissolution”.
These agents are of course the self same Protits of Enderlein. As noted, M. Béchamp called them Microzymas. Béchamp was able to prove that 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. In his book Mycrozymas, Béchamp laid the foundation for the concept of pleomorphism.
Whenever there is anything in nature that is dying, beginning to decay, something comes and eats it up.
In this case the Protits do, as they 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. They are the result, not the cause of disease! Rene Dubious reflected this concept when he noted that Berioge in Bernard Shaw’s book The Doctor’s Dilemma, was not entirely wrong when he said…
“The characteristic microbe of a disease might be a symptom instead of a cause.”
As a blood smear slide ages over one to two days, organisms literally can be seen 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, the Protits/Microzymas/Somatids. They eat themselves and are reborn, 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.
“As the microzymas of the destroyed bacteria are also living, it follows that these microzymas are the living end of all cellular organization which in turn, turn into all living things, beings, organs everything They are the end and the beginning of all physical life. All cells, organs, all living forms are built from these ‘little bodies’.”
When you break an element down into smaller and smaller pieces you end up with an atom of that element.
When you break organic matter, physical life, down into smaller and smaller pieces you end up with the Protit!, no matter which form of organic, live matter you started with.
Ashes to ashes, as regards the inorganic parts, minerals and salts of a corpse but the physical life part, not speaking of the Soul or anything like that even, the Protit, never dies. Immortality is a nature of Life and the Protit too, as Life itself never dies. The Protit is the elementary particle of life, not the cell, which can die.
The Protit is life per se, it is in truth the simple vital unit of old and is immortal.
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Fermentation followed by putrefaction is a form of eating, nutrition. In the living and healthy organism the Protits function as the physiological and chemical agents of the transformations which take place during the process of nutrition. It is only in illness that they become agents of fermentation. A great deal of Béchamp’s work concerned the process of fermentation and therefore nutrition.
“Rather, living organization, Life, is characterized by the property of producing and secreting enzymes, each according to the nature of its species; and the production of the chemical-physiological phenomena of transformations called fermentation, acid base, which are facts of nutrition, that is to say, of digestion followed by absorption, assimilation, disassimilation, and so forth, and finally the ability to reproduce itself if all conditions dependent upon nutrition are fulfilled.”
This is a nature of Life too, nutrition, and therefore of the Protit. Things the Protits do are turn into the bacteria and other organisms, yeast etc., that ferment the sugar in wine or curdle milk or rot eggs (it isn’t the “germs from the air” of Louis Pasteur’s that do these things). The wastes or by products of these bacteria and other organisms are the alcohol, CO2, lactic acid, vinegar etc. that are produced in such processes. Again, these waste products of fermentation, which is followed by putrefaction, are what make us ill in disease, not the germs.
The above has been known since around 1830, because of the studies done concerning fermentation and putrefaction by many scientists; the Tulasne brothers in France and the microbiologist Anton de Bary (1831-1888), Ernest Hallier (1831-1904), Robert Koch (1843-1910),Claude Bernard (physiologist -1813 to 1878) and Pasteur (microbiologist -1822 to 1895) and Béchamp (1830). Enderlein came toward the end of this.
Pasteur achieved fame through work on fermentation. Challenged by local distillers’ complaints of setbacks in fermenting alcohol from beets, Pasteur pinpointed accidental contamination by stray fungi. Before this it was thought that the yeast arose by spontaneous generation. This is the idea that life just comes out of nowhere, that matter organizes itself, takes on or is imbued with the property of life itself. Pasteur gave up this idea in the 1860s and took its opposite point of view, that of the germs coming from the air, from outside one’s self.
“…as I have demonstrated, it is only through the action of germs of the air, whose existence…was denied, that this alteration (of organic matters) occurred which had the appearance of being spontaneous. [Monsieur] Pasteur having repeated my experiments, was so convinced that germs really do exist in the air and that he had been mistaken, thenceforward declared that the sole origin of ferments, vibrios (germs) and the organisms that come out of putrefying organic matters, was these germs he had previously disregarded. The excessive role ascribed to the germs of the air by [Pasteur] and his pretended demonstration of the imputrescibility (can’t become rotten) of organic matters in general when protected from the germs of the air have diverted science down a deplorable road.” (Antoine Béchamp, “The Blood,” p. 286)
As from Maria Bleker’s book, Blutuntersuchung Im Dunkelfeld,
“with this work of Béchamp pleomorphism had been discovered and the foundation was laid from which additional research would have developed, it Pasteur had not interrupted this important work. Pasteur claimed that all microbes, regardless of their type and species, are unchangeable (Monomorphism); that each type would produce only one specific disease; that bacteria and fungi would never arise from spontaneous generation; and that blood and tissues are sterile in healthy conditions.
Diseases, he said, have their origin from bacteria that attack the body from the OUTSIDE, and stem from preexisting bacteria.” See the section on History on the Home Page for more on how and why pleomorphism is unknown to modern doctors, not controversial or anything like that, it is just unknown in this country. Isn’t that strange?
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In addition to and in spite of the fact that Pasteur ignored and in fact plagiarized much of Béchamp’s work on fermentation, the following facts have been known for some time.
Chalk, limestone, is composed of the Protits of the bacteria which living beings of the geological epochs had become and these materials will start sugar water fermenting. The mummies in Egypt are composed only of left over Protits which do the same, start fermentation. Put these back in water, the mummies or the chalk, and their “little dots” start rolling, moving once again.
They just start eating again, fermenting their environment debending on acid base, after thousands or millions years. It never stops, Life.
From Viennese Medical Week, No. 34;
“After slow thawing, Protits isolated from a mammoth frozen more than 50,000 years ago were shown to spontaneously show life again and begin fermentation in sugar solutions.”
The following is from SANUM-TherapieBetrachtungen und Erfahrungen Eine Heilbehandlung an der Basis von Wilhelm Fries;
“the Russian researcher Ginsberg-Karagitschewa provided proof in 1926 that Protits isolated from petroleum showed complete viability and started the fermentation of sugar. A German by the name of Shwartz confirmed this also for German petroleum.”
Both private instructor E. Santo and H. P. Rusch were able to find the same results, namely the isolation of living Protits from German hard coal. The researches of Santo and Rusch also showed that the Protit could not be harmed by sulfuric acid or by temperatures of 1300°C in a ceramics oven.
In addition, Wilhelm Friez also states that the above researchers and Enderlein, on suitable nourishing media, were able to grow viable bacteria from the Protits isolated from the coal and oil. Streptococci, coliform bacteria and Proteus species were all isolated from these substances.
The form of the bacteria isolated by doing the above,”on suitable nourishing media”, depends on the nourishing-growth media the Protits are grown on. How acid that growth media is, what it is made of, how much oxygen, the rH-oxidation/reduction factor, lots of things effect this. It is the same in the living body, the internal milieu, the environment the Protits grow in, determines what form the Protits take, i.e. whether they are good guys or not so good.
The ‘good guys’ turn into the cells that regenerate the body, organ spacific Protits or Somatides (See chapter on Live Cell Therapy under Treatment on the Home Page. The not so good guys are the Protits that go in the direction of fermentation and putrifaction.
“What happens after the death of a cell? The above prove that the littlest form of the Lebendssubstanz, Life substance, is not destructible.
Robert Mayer proved the law of the maintenance of energy so that no energy can disappear without a trace.
What happens to the power source that made the cell as an expression of or only as the carrier of the living substance? Because the living substance is distinguished fundamentally by the inanimate matter, one cannot let it theoretically pass over also into inanimate matter without an essential characteristic loss..”
This is the Law of Conservation of Energy. Life energy too does not just come from nothing with birth and then disappear into nothing with death. It too is conserved. (See section on Life on the Home Page.)
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These Protits are what come form the air and get in sugar water, wine or whatever and do what they are supposed to do, eat. 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.
As per Antoine Béchamp,
“All cells, organs, all living forms are built from these ‘little bodies’.”
The way we were taught of course, was that it was the cell that did that, that the cell was the smallest living thing out of which all larger living things were made. Where did the cell come from, the sperm, the egg?
“The essential biological characteristics of the microzymas (Protit) is that they are creators of cellules (cells) by synthesis and of vibrioniens (viruses, bacteria, fungi) by pleomorphism and evolution.”
So the Protits turn into everything, every living being and organ and every disease producing organism which turn those very beings and organs back into the Protits they came from in the us up.
This type of medicine, Wholistic Medicine, is opposite in all ways from allopathic medicine, not opposite really but complimentary – as you can’t have one without the other. All polarities are like that, good and bad, love and hate, you can’t have one without the other. This is the ying and yang of it. Putting what is known, together, does create a “New” Biology.
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Electroacupuncture and the Rife Microscope
Electroacupuncture and the concept of the Rife Microscope and Generator best objectify all the different forms of what are now called Vibrational Medicine from Michael Gerber’s book by the same name.
These vibrational techniques include such, unfortunately ‘specialized’ branches of medicine as; radionics, electroacupuncture, Biotensor, pendulums, Bioresonance testing, kinesic pulse testing (RAC), Applied Kinesiology, Contact Reflexology, Homeopathy, Pleomorphism, Herbal medicine, vitamin therapy and on to regular, modern allopathic medicine – in more or less descending order of ‘vibrational’ importance.
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EAV OR Electro Acupuncture According to Voll
EAV began in France in the 1940s with a doctor named Roger de la Feu. Dr. de la Feu began experiments with skin conductivity and found there are points on the body more electrically conductive than others. These points, for the most part, turned out to be acupuncture points. In 1953 a German medical doctor named Reinhold Voll became intrigued with de la Feu’s research and explained it.
All the acupuncture points are connected by lines of force, like wires, that are called meridians. Voll and his colleagues mapped the correlation between conductive points on the skin and internal organs, organ systems and bodily functions.
Their starting point was their knowledge of Traditional Chinese Medicine, specifically acupuncture. Acupuncture has developed over the last 5000 years. During this period of time, specific points on the body were mapped as being responsive to disease and therapy. Groups of acupuncture points are connected along fourteen major pathways called meridians. With the exception of the Governing and Conception Meridians, each of these meridians begins and ends on a finger or toe. Each meridian is connected to one major organ from which it drives its name, such as the Liver Meridian and the Stomach Meridian.
The Heart Meridian, for example, ends on the tip of your middle finger, at an exact point beside the finger nail. If you inject a radioactive dye in this exact point it will trace a line to the heart. If you miss that point by a fraction of an inch, the dye will go no where. For every organ there is a point on the end of one of the fingers or toes. Is this any different than reflexology or iridology? This is Wholistic Medicine, the “Whole” being more than the sum of its parts.
These points at the end of the meridians give off a current of a very particular frequency, impedance and amplitude, depending on the organ involved. Everything vibrates at a particular, very precise, frequency. Acid base balance effects all of this.
If you hold an electrode, a metal contact point, not a needle, on the point at the end of the Heart Meridian or any meridian, it will give off a signal that is either low (a degenerative condition or low energy condition of that organ) or it will be normal or it will be high (an inflammatory condition). This can be done for all the organs of the body and more, in a very short time.
Then, if you find an organ that has a low energy, for example, you can insert a medicine contained in a vial into that circuit which consists of the patient, the medicine and the machine. If the medicine vibrates at the same frequency as the weak signal being tested, synchronizes, harmonizes, literally, electronically, with the low signal from the weak organ, the amplitude or strength of the signal will get higher as the two frequencies will superimpose and add together. Then you know that what is in the vial is the right medicine for that organ, for that patient.
All these ‘Vibrational Testing Techniques” are similar and are based on the idea of the tester (person and machine – EAV machine, pendulum whatever) coming into resonance with the test subject. The tester must thus be highly sensitive, must be very good at maintaining a neutral state and must be able to register the vibrational changes of the test person. Radionics is the most sophisticated of these techniques.
E.A.V. and the rest have the additional advantage of being highly sensitive. E.A.V. for example, can detect extremely small amounts of any type of chemical in a patient; DDT, mercury intoxication, any chemical. Also, extremely sensitive allergy testing can be done. Fine-materials testing as this is called cannot be performed on many people, since they have masking disorders such as amalgam intoxication, dental foci or toxic blockages. For the same reason, these patients cannot usually be treated homeopathically or isopathically, their blockades have to be broken up and detoxified first, before pleomorphism and its medicines or any medicines. This is what Base Powder and diet change are for.
The Rife Microscope and Generator
Royal Raymond Rife with his microscope and generator provide another striking example of ‘vibrational medicine’and ‘pleomorphism’. All the different microorganisms and forms they come in also vibrate at a very precise, distinct frequencies. Royal Raymond Rife invented a microscope in the 1930s that could magnify up to 60,000 diameters, at a time when the best existing light microscopes could magnify only 1000 – 2000 diameters. Light microscopes are no better today. The electron microscope can magnify to 100,000 to 1,000,000 diameters and had not been invented yet.
Rife Micrograph of Bacillus Typhosus (Typhoid) Magnification: 23,000X on 35 mm film
Most of Royal Rife’s books were burned by the powers that be so exactly how to build this microscope is unclear. Yet, still to this day, if any doctor is caught possessing one of these microscopes he or she will go to jail and the microscope will be confiscated. I include this in some detail as an example of the types of sophisticated research that were done before the 1930s.
This microscope illuminated the specimen by a narrow, polarized light beam, composed of a single frequency of monochromatic (one color) light which caused the specimen to vibrate, to glow. This microscope could project a beam of pure color, a beam so finely tuned that it was composed of only a single frequency of light. These tunable frequencies went all the way from the infrared to the ultraviolet.
A monochromatic beam of light, corresponding exactly to the frequency of the organism (for Dr. Rife found that each disease organism responds to and has a definite and distinct wave length, a fact supported by British medical research workers) is then sent up through the specimen, thus enabling the observer to view the organism stained in its true chemical color and revealing its own individual structure in a field which is brilliant with light.
Because these objects glowed with their characteristic chemical colors they could be seen at much lower magnification than if they didn’t. Therefore, Royal Rife was ‘seeing’ viruses in the 1930s and that was just considered impossible. Still, today, viruses can only be seen with the electron microscope.
Royal R. Rife’s discovery of the frequency characteristics of organisms led him to believe that each individual type of microorganism should have a resonant frequency that would be detrimental to it.
His first attempts to electronically destroy them consisted of unsuccessful tests with infrared and ulta-violet rays. These frequencies only caused surface damage so next he tried audio and radio frequency waves which penetrated deeper. He thought that somewhere in the spectrum a harmonic or resonant frequency would resonate with the vibratroy rates of disease organisms. He believed that if such a frequency could be found and applied, the rays would be fatal to the disease organisms but not to the normal cells that didn’t vibrate at the frequency being sent into the patient. This proved to be exactly right.
“When radio frequencies and audio frequencies were transmitted through a large rare gas filled ray tube, the destruction of the organisms by rays and frequencies is described as being similar to the phenomenon of the combination of transmitted potential electronic energy and the coordinative resonance of critical frequencies or their harmonics. This is electromagnetic electrocution where a potential energy level is reached that is lethal to the microorganism. This is likened to fragile glass which is shattered by a sustained note of music tuned to a resonant pitch or where a potential energy charge is built up to exceed that level of energy which the microorganism can cope with and still live. This was called the M.O.R or Mortal Oscillatory Rate.”
Using the glass as an example, it is the frequency of the glass (organism) harmonizing and resonating with the frequency being beamed into it that shatters it. Electroacupuncture. Because both vibrate together, the glass (organism) can pick up that particular frequency and literally shake itself apart. Tuning forks will respond only to their specific frequency, one across the room exciting another only if they are tuned to the same frequency or some harmonic thereof.
Another way the precise frequency or mortal oscillatory rate for any particular organism can be found is by isolating and seeing the offending organism under the Rife (or any) microscope and then zapping it with frequency after frequency until the right one is found.
“When the mortal oscillatory rate or potential energy level is lethally reached, the organism appears to blow up and disintegrate in the field and form, at times, a group of agglutinophilic clumped masses or electrostatic lines”.
The first radio type frequency instrument was designed and built in 1920. Development of the Rife Ray to the point where it could be used on human beings was a proven fact back in 1934. Tubercular and cancer patients were treated in private practice and recovered. Most cases responded within a period of one to two months in which time the diseases were rendered ‘noninfectious’.
“Rife’s first human clinical work on cancer was completed under the supervision of Dr. Milbank Johnson, M.D., Chairman of the Special Medical Research Committee of the University of Southern California which included Dr. George Dock, Professor of the Theory and Practice of Medicine, Medical Department, Tulane University of Louisiana, New Orleans; Dr. Charles Fisher, M.D. of the Children’s Hospital in New York; Dr. Wayland Morrison, M.D., Chief Surgeon of the Santa Fe Railway; Dr. Karl Meyer, M.D., Director of the George Williams Hooper Foundation; Dr. Arthur I. Kendall, Professor of Bacteriology at Northwestern University Medical School in Chicago. The research was conducted at the Scripps Castle which was rented over the summer of 1934 for cancer and T.B. cases. Fourteen out of sixteen were cured in seven days, Rife said.”
There are Rife generators readily available today that generate these frequencies. You simply hold an electrode in each hand and as the signal passes through your body, you feel nothing. However, without knowing what the exact frequency of the organism that you are trying to destroy is, for which you need the microscope, these Rife generators are worthless. Acid base balance is simple and available.
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Pendulums, Contact Reflexology, Applied Kenesthesiology, Radionics, Electroacupuncture and may others techniques, are all based on the idea of the tester or the test coming into resonance with the test subject.
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Electroacupuncture and the Rife Microscope were chosen to represent these vibrational qualities as these are two quite objective forms of Vibrational Medicine.
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Gaston Naessens (1924 to present). Here I would like to introduce the work of M. Naessens as the diagram of his below puts in schematic form what we have been been talking about. Apparently M. Naessens rediscovered this whole pleomorphic idea and what were earlier called “Myrozymas” or “Protits” Naessens termed “Somatids”.
Gaston was born in Roubaix France in 1924 and by early childhood had shown himself to be an inventive mind. He received his degree after WW II and immediately began research into microscopy, as well as into the nature of disease including acid base..
Like Royal Rife, Naessens developed a light microscope of his own design which he calls the Somatoscope which permits enlargements to 30,000 diameters with a high degree of resolution (150 angstroms).
With this he followed Béchamp, Rife and Enderlein in showing that bacteria and other microorganisms arise from degenerated sub-cellular components of higher organisms. What were earlier called “microzymas” or “Protits” were called by Naessens — “Somatids” — immortal particles of life which survive the death of the individual. When the individual is unhealthy, the Somatid passes through a multistage cycle of degeneration and regeneration, each stage in turn being capable of independent life and reproduction. The degenerated stages of Somatids give rise to bacteria and other microorganisms under acid, acid base conditions.
The following information and picture are taken from the Physician’s Handbook for Power, 1995, by Charlie Pixley, President, WRITER’S AND RESEARCH, Inc., 4810 St. Paul Blvd., Rochester, NY 14617.
“…the Somatid is indestructible. It cannot be killed either by heat or by any chemical product. Secondly, the Somatid has to be present in any kind of cellular division.
The Somatid permits growth hormone and that permits the cell to divide correctly. It is not the Somatid that secrets the growth hormone. It is the transformation of the Somatid that liberates the growth hormone, but it is not a secretion of the Somatid. The Somatid originates in a liquid form inside the red blood cell. Each transformation of the Somatid generates a new secretion of growth hormones. He also has noted that Somatids are elcetro-charged particles. The membrane has a negative charge, the nucleus has a positive charge and this can be verified by putting the positive pole of a magnet near the slides, all the Somatids are attracted to the positive pull of the magnet.”
Like the tiny organisms Rife discovered through his unique microscopes in the 1920s and 30s, Naessens’ Somatids are pleomorphic (change form) in nature. Furthermore, Naessens has discovered that Somatids, the process of pleomorphism, living in healthy human bodies go through a normal, recurring 3-stage pleomorphic sub cellular developmental cycle, and that each stage of this recurring cycle is directly related to healthy cellular development, acid base and growth.
These three stages are listed as 1, 2, 3, in the diagram below and correspond exactly to what we have been talking about, the only difference beings the names assigned to these forms.
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The normal 3-stages he represents here are of course the same as the PROTIT, FREE CHONDRIT, and the LOWER VALENCED CHONDRIT FORMS of Enderlein.
[#1] As can be seen here what Naessens called calls the SOMATID is the Protit we have been talking about.
[#2] in this diagram, called SPORES by Naessens are the primitive stage FREE CHONDRITS which as stated, can be seen most frequently constantly changing between FILUM and PRIMITIVE GRANULE (Symprotit). The sizes of these tiny primitive granules vary between 0.02 µm and 1µm.
[#3] Naessens calls these DOUBLE SPORES which represent the joining of the Free Chondrits. This CHONDRIT PHASE begins with the above enlargement of the Symprotits and of their Fila. The symprotits and their tails join end to end giving the chondrit forms a beaded appearance. This gives them a lively mobility as they have an even denser arrangement of tiny symprotits along the length of the fila. The size of these particles is from 0.5 to 2.0 µm.
While Enderlein and other investigators popularized the concept of bacterial growth cycles, most bacteriologist were still unwilling to accept sexual forms of reproduction.
Another objection was that experimenters were rarely able to show the complete cycle from start to finish. Gaston Naessens was the researcher that was finally able to do this.
“It is often stated that although a sequence of developmental forms may be observed microscopically, they do not reveal a cyclical trend that brings them back to the starting point…such culture developments should include a reversion to the original culture stage rather that manifest merely indefinite transitions –leaving the new form hanging in the air, as it were.” (W. H. Park and A. Williams, 1939)
The above includes as it’s first three steps, the 3-stage pleomorphic sub cellular developmental cycle that is normal in our bodies. These three forms cause no disease and in fact are used as the medicines of Isopathic Therapies. None-the-less, the pathogenicity of the microorganismal forms rises with the developmental stages and acid base conditions and as stated;
“THE ONLY EXCEPTIONS ARE THE VERY FIRST PRIMITIVE STAGES which are the PROTIT and the CHONDRITS that are of lowest valences. They are entirely non virulent and the play a REGULATORY role toward the higher and more pathogenic stages by decomposing these through copulatory processes. In that sense, these stages are termed REGULATORS.” (Blutuntersuchung Im Dunkelfeld nach Prof. Dr. Gunther Enderlein; Maria-M Bleaker, Compiler)
But, if the body’s immune system becomes substantially weakened due to trauma such as shock, wrong nutrition, chemical pollution, or even psychological depression, Naessens has found as Enderlein and Antoine Béchamp did, that the Somatids switch gears, so to speak, and rapidly go into a 16-stage pleomorphic cycle, producing bacterial forms similar to the bacterial microorganisms Rife had discovered. Rife too had documented a similar 16-stage sub cellular growth cycle through his microscope.
Along these lines, the fourth stages and beyond in the above diagram can continue and develop into the more dangerous and pathological forms that are familiar to us;
[#4] Next the first bacterial forms appear. These Chondrits form circles (closed loops) composed of symprotit heads distributed around the ring made of fila. The small symprotit heads move together and fuse forming the nucleus. These are of course the resultant quantum like conglomeration of Protits which in their multiplication, the primary tiny lumps begin to differentiate themselves and increase in size and get a small spherical form, with a nucleus residing at the cell wall. These are pathogenic.
[#5] From the above, bacteria with 4 – 8 nuclei develop, and finally a bacillus or rod with 16 and more nuclei. These are the Double Bacterial Forms of Naessens. These are the progenitors of the masses of bacteria and bacilli, the Rod Forms which we develop in ourselves, according to Enderlein and now according to modern science.
Cancers are known to be full of rotting bacteria and now heart disease is linked with the bacteria Chlamydia pneumoniae as discussed. Base powder is necessary.
These later stages get into what I call the degenerative (fermentative and putrifactive) phases of these miroorganismal forms. As this degeneration starts with fermentation type processes, by the formed microorganisms, these later stages are refered to under the above topic,Antoine Bechamp and Fermentation
Monomorphism is the cornerstone of Robert Koch’s (1843-1910) and Louis Pasteur’s (1822-1895) Germ Theory of disease. This theory professes that disease has a microbial cause that is “caught” from the outside;
“that there are differences among pathogenic bacteria (ones that can make you ill), and each has a constant nature…each distinct bacterial form corresponds to a specific disease and that the form of this microbe always stays the samemonomorphism, and causes the same disease however often the disease is transferred from one animal to another, the kind always remains the same and never changes into other kinds”. How You Rot and Rust by Steve Denk
In 1878 Robert Koch wrote Etiology of Wound Infections which was the beginning of the Germ Theory of Disease.
Where Pasteur’s views were shaped by the study of fermentation, Koch was affected by his contact with wounded soldiers. He noted that the bodies of animals that die of artificially infected wound diseases (pus from an infected animal injected into a healthy one) invariably contained many bacteria…In each case a definite organism corresponded to a distinct disease…and that for every individual, traumatic, infective disease, a morphologically distinguishable microorganism could be identified.
In 1880 Koch built on an essay of the relations between microbial diseases and their causes from the work of Jacob Henle, his professor of anatomy. These became known as the>Koch-Henle Postulates.
The following are these postulates which revolutionized medical epidemiology at the turn of the century, by laying out the standard proof of infectivity to the present day. The postulates dictate that a microbe must be:
1. found in an animal (or person) with the disease,
2. isolated and grown in culture and
3. injected into a healthy experimental animal, producing the disease in question; and then recovered from the experimentally diseased animal and shown to be the same pathogen as the original.
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By the early twentieth century the whole landscape of medicine had changed. Most of the common killer diseases, including smallpox, diphtheria, bubonic plague, flu, whooping cough, yellow fever, and TB, were understood to be caused by pathogens. Vaccines were devised against some, and by the 1950s antibiotics could easily cure many others.
By the 1960s and 1970s the prevailing mood was one of optimism. At least in the developed world, infectious diseases no longer seemed very threatening. Far more scary were the diseases that the medical world said were not infectious: heart disease, cancer, diabetes, and so on. That these diseases are now considered to be “infectious” (See Atlantic Monthly, A New Germ Theory, February 1999) , is what this web page is about.
Also, no one foresaw the devastation of AIDS, or the serial outbreaks of deadly new infections such as Legionnaire’s disease, Ebola and Marburg hemorrhagic fevers, antibiotic-resistant tuberculosis, “flesh-eating” staph infections, and Rift Valley fever.
“The infectious age is, we now know, far from over. Furthermore, it appears that many diseases we didn’t think were infectious may be cause by infectious agents after all. These include stomach ulcers, heart disease. The first cancer virus discovered in 1910 called the Rous sarcoma virus, certain leukemias, lymphomas, nasopharyngeal cancer common in south China, cervical cancer, stomach cancer, liver cancer, Kaposi’s sarcoma with Herpes virus 8, mammary-gland tumors in mice, childhood obsessive compulsive disorder, Sydenhams’s chorea which is a rare complication of streptococcal infection. Streptococcal antibodies find their way into the brain and attack a region called the basal ganglia, causing characteristic clumsiness along with obsessions. Schizophrenia has long been considered to be possibly “infectious” in nature.”
The Atlantic Monthly, A New Germ Theory by Judith Hooper, February 1999, pg. 44.
The catalogue of suspected chronic diseases caused by “infection”/bacteria to David A Relman, an assistant professor of medicine, microbiology, and immunology at Stanford University, now includes;
“sarcoidosis, various forms of inflammatory bowel disease, rhumatoid arthritis, lupus, Wegener’s granulomatosis, diabetes mellitus, primary biliary cirrhosis, tropical sprue, and Kawasaki disease. Likely suspects include many forms of heart disease, arteriosclerosis, Alzheimers’s disease, most major psychiatric diseases, Hashimoto’s thyroiditis, cerebral palsy, polycystic ovarian disease, and perhaps obesity and certain eating disorders. Multiple sclerosis has been linked to the human herpes virus 6, the agent of Roseola infantum, a very mild disease of childhood” (ibid.)
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Where do these bacteria come from…?
To modern science, this is still an unanswered question.
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Regarding stomach ulcers;
In 1981 Barry J. Marshall became interested in incidences of spiral bacteria in the stomach lining. The bacteria were assumed to be irrelevant to ulcer pathology, but Marshall and J. R. Warren noticed, serendipitously, that when one patient was treated with tetracycline for unrelated reason, his pain vanished, and in endoscopy, revealed the ulcer was gone.
An article by Marshall and Warren on their culturing of “unidentified curved bacilli” appeared in the British medical journal,The Lancet in 1984. No one listened until finally Marshall personally ingested a batch of the spiral bacteria and came down with painful gastritis, thereby fulfilling all of Koch’s postulates.
There is now little doubt that Helicobacter pylori, found in the stomachs of a third of adults in the United States, cause inflammation of the stomach lining. In 20 percent of infected people it produces and ulcer, Nearly everyone with a duodenal ulcer is infected. H. pylori infections can be readily diagnosed with endoscopic biopsy tests, a blood test for antibodies, or a breath test. In 90 percent of cases the infections can be cured in less than a month with antibiotics.
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Where do these bacteria come from?
You don’t “catch” them, so infectious is not the correct word.
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It has recently been discovered that arteriosclerosis is also a bacterial process. Notice I did not say, ’caused by bacteria’. The plaques of 99% of patients with hardening of the arteries have the bacteria Chlamydia pneumoniae in them.
According to The Atlantic Monthly, Feb. 1999, Chlamydia pneumoniae is a newly discovered bacterium that causes pneumonia and bronchitis. The germ is a relative of Chlamydia trachomatis, which cause trachoma, a leading cause of blindness in parts of the Third World. C. trachomatisis perhaps more familiar to us as a sexually transmitted disease that, left untreated in women, can lead to scarring of the fallopian tubes.
Pekka Saikku and Maija Leinonen of Finland discovered the new type of chlamydial infection in 1985 though its existence was not officially recognized until 1989. Saikku and Leinonen found that 68 percent of Finnish patients who had suffered heart attacks had high levels of antibodies to C. pneumoniae, as did 50 percent of patients with coronary heart disease, in contrast to 17 percent of the healthy controls.
While examining coronary-artery tissues at autopsy in 1991, Allan Shor, a pathologist in Johannesburg, saw “pear-shaped bodies” that looked like nothing he had seen before. Cho-Chou Kuo, of the University of Washington School of Public Health, found that the clogged arteries were full of C. pneumoniae. Everywhere the bacterium lodges, it appears to precipitate the same grim sequence of events: a chronic inflammation, followed by a buildup of plaque that occludes the opening of the artery (or, in the case of venereal Chlamydia, a buildup of scar tissue in the fallopian tube).
Recently a team of pathologists at MCP-Hahnemann School of Medicine, found the same bacterium in the diseased section of the autopsied brains of seventeen out of nineteen Alzheimer’s patentsand in only one of nineteen controls.
Whether antibiotics help any of these diseases or not remains to be seen. The first major clinical trial is under way in the United States, sponsored by the National Institutes of Health and the Pfizer Corporation: 4000 heart patients at twenty-seven clinical centers will be given either the antibiotic azithromycin or a placebo and followed for four years to gauge whether the antibiotic affects the incidence of further coronary events.
Whether the antibiotic helps coronary heart disease or not does not explain where these bacteria come from and thereby how to effect a causalor real cure. That this issue of Chlamydia in the tissues, is still being pursued by the modern pharmaceutical firms as “infectious” in nature, amenable to the treatment with antibiotics and/or vaccines, is an another example of how entrenched Pasteur’s and Koch’s ideas are in the whole of medicine from the profit orientation of the petro-chemical pharmaceutical companies on down.
The above reference to the article from The Atlantic Monthly, does add to its credit,
“Even if heart patients can be shown to have antibodies to C. pneumoniae, and even if colonies of the bacteria are found living and breeding in diseased coronary arteries, is it certain that the germ caused the damage? Perhaps it is there as an innocent bystander, as some critics have proposed.”
As will be shown, the above bacteria, Chlamydia pneumoniae andHelicobacter pylori come out the red blood cells themselves The blood is teaming with microorganisms, especially if it sits on the microscope slide for a few hours. You can watch this process under any microscope, anywhere, anytime.
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This is a funny situation really. Modern, allopathicly trained physicians <can’t see these things, literally. You can see all these organisms in the blood with any microscope, so its not a matter of “seeing is believing”. More, it’s a mater of “believing is seeing<“, so you can even dareto take a look in the first place.
1. The blood is not sterile, as we were led to believe after the Second World War with Hitler’s ideology of the creation of a ‘pure’ blooded race.
2. The cell is not the smallest living thing.
3. Organisms come of the blood and tissues to decompose those tissues when they can no longer live and support their own metabolism within the environment they find themselves in, in their internal milieu.
4. These same organisms can also come out of the blood and regenerate new tissues and organs; depends on which way we want to go. One needs a source of Protits in the diet, organ meats provide these, organ specific Protits/Somatides. (See Live Cell Therapy )
Continue on to: The Hystory of the Monomorphism Pleomorphism Debate
THE HISTORY OF THE PLEOMORPHISM/
WHY PLEOMORPHISM IS UNKNOWN TO MODERN MEDICINE
A dichotomy in medical speculation, an unresolved philosophical conflict, has existed from ancient times to the present. This conflict is between two theories known traditionally as Empiricism and Rationalism.
“While this conflict can be discerned in the earliest writings of the Hippocratic Corpus, from the fifth century BC, the names Empirical and Rationalist became current in Rome at the beginning of the Christian era – designating groups of physicians competing with one another ideologically and economically.” (Divided Legacy, Harris Counter, pg. xv.)
The main form of medicine practiced today is of the Rationalist or Rationalist/Methodist point of view. Rationalism involves a mechanistic or chemical understanding of the human organism. It maintains that life itself can be explained by physics and chemistry, or, more generally speaking, by mechanics. Rationalism maintains that there is no essential difference between the structural chemistry of life and that of inanimate nature.
This idea of the body viewed as a machine composed of many little machines is contrary to the Empirical view that the laws governing the living organism differ from those of lifeless matter. This concept is called Vitalism.
The person as a whole is something different from a collection of viscera; the wholeness gives some extra, if undeniable, quality to the individual organs. Today we pay for our knowledge of the parts in ignorance of the whole.
Vitalism maintains that;
“the organism is reactive, at all times coping with, and attempting to overcome, the stresses which impinge upon it from outside. It behaves purposively, the nature and form of its reaction being determined by the specific environmental stress encountered. It responds to challenge, which no aggregate or assembly of non-living substances can ever do”. (Divided Legacy, Harris Counter, pg. xvii.)
In 1946, the quantum physicist Erwin Schroedinger pointed out…
“that biological material has a totally different character from all other states of matter density of life – that is, the information stored per unit volume – and that of any inorganic system that has not been produced by living forms…The silicon chip must use many orders of magnitude more atoms to store the same amount of information as a gene.”
This is vitalism, Quantum Vitalism.
According to Harris Coulter, no perfect Rationalist therapeutic doctrine has ever been devised. Even Galen, who of all physicians in history worked hardest at theoretical consistency, left a few loose ends. But the formulation which emerged in the late nineteenth century – the specific bacterial disease treated by the ‘contrary’ medicine – seemed to its devotees an almost unblemished depiction of the Rationalistic reality. The above is what is what ‘modern’, allopathic medicine has become.
The microbe and the Germ Theory of Disease became a new organizing principle in medicine, bringing much scattered clinical data together into a series of new specific entities with some cures, specific cures. The ‘germ theory’ was bolstered by the doctrine of ‘monomorphism’ – meaning again that microbial genera and species are fixed and eternal, that the form of each microorganism associated with a specific disease always stays the same and always causes that same disease.
“Monomorphism was above all, a practical response to an emergency situation in bacteriology. This concept of disease, emerged in a context of intense anxiety over the social depredations inflicted in every country in Europe and the United States by a series of diseases whose very names – tuberculosis, diphtheria, typhus, cholera–were chilling reminders of human mortality,” (Divided Legacy, Harris Coulter, pg. 37)
More to the point;
“involved in the concept of Pleomorphism was the role and importance of the host organism – THE PATIENT! Microbes altered their forms in response to the patient, in response to the diet, environmental stresses the patient encountered, what poisons the patient consumed etc..” (ibid.), Harris Coulter)
Such ideas have little to do with the doctor.
Pleomorphism meant that the host organism or patient was an active participant in infection and disease – in contrast to Koch and Pasteur and the monomorphists who held the microbe to be all-powerful, the host organism a passive victim. Pleomorphism meant downgrading the microbe, since the host, by resisting the latter’s onslaught, could alter its characteristics and make it return to a normal form as again. The patient had control over the bacteria, not the other way around. The microbes are the result, not the cause of disease.
Even the common “communicable” diseases, e.g. strep throat or chickenpox, can not take hold, grow, if the internal milieu is not conducive to their reproduction. This is what base powder does. As stated before, one third of people in Europe did not get bubonic plague. In treating cancer with isopathic medicine, for example, one does not attack the tumor at all, instead one changes the environment, the internal milieu that caused the cancer in the first place.
What this all means then, this pleomorphism/monomorphism controversy, is that at its most fundamental level it has socioeconomic dimensions that still effect us profoundly today.
“Accepting Pleomorphism meant acknowledging the host organism’s, the patient’s capacity to defend itself (him or her) against, and dominate, the microbe.
Monomorphism, on the contrary, enhanced the role of the microbe in disease, and consequently that of the physician who combats the microbe. This is the principal reason for the instinctive hostility of the majority of physicians to Pleomorphism and Whoistic/Alternative Medicine in general.“(Ibid. pg. 39)
This gives the responsibility for health back to the patient…
if they want it !
Pleomorphism has been a great threat to this “control” factor. This control factor means;
“control of the disease with poisons that need monitored and controlled, controlling therefore, the patient and their pocket book.”(Ibid, pg.39)
The phenomena are forced into categories which can be manipulated to make a living from the practice of medicine. The monomorphists have identified their doctrine with science itself, as science itself, that Monomorphism is a law of nature, which it is not. This viewpoint has, through the years, taken on such an aspect of truth that to question it now seems a scientific sacrilege.
The followers of Koch proclaimed Monomorphism with ‘religious fanaticism’, stated Max Gruber in 1885. F. Loehnis stated in 1922 that the intransigence and verbal violence displayed by the various factions in this conflict resembled certain historic theological quarrels.
This battle has been going on for a long time!
For all these reasons, Monomorphism was at first excessively rigid, even dogmatic. Rene Dubious states that Koch and Pasteur;
“overestablished” the doctrine of the specificity of disease causes and that blind acceptance by several generations of bacteriologist of the dogma of constancy of cell forms and immutability of cultural characteristics discouraged for many years the study of the problems of morphology, inheritance, and variation in bacteria.
“Upon clear contemplation, not only the cancer problem but the entire pathology, as taught by school medicine, have become unsustainable. In any case, it is extremely revealing of the insight that Prof. Sauerbruch, in following a series of cancer patients he treated isopathically (with pleomorphic medicines) in his hospital at the Charite and who, subsequently, in the closing years of his life again and again had pointed out that:
“IF ENDERELEIN, AND NASSONS ET AL, ARE CORRECT, THEN WE CAN THROW OUT OUR ENTIRE LITERATURE”.
(Blutuntersuchung im Dunkelfeld, nach Prof. Dr. Günther Enderlein, pg. 77, 1993, Compiled by Dr. med. Maria M-Bleker)
The consequences of this are profound.
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Also, there are many problems that monomorphism has not been able to explain. Bacterial resistance to antibiotics is one that is becoming quite critical in today’s world. The bacteria don’t ‘mutate’ into a drug resistant form, they just change, evolve, de-volve. There is a big difference between the two forms of change. Mutation occurs rarely, Pleomorphism occurs all the time.
Another problem has been microbiology’s inability to classify microorganisms in proper families and the like, genera and species because the organisms do change form. Despite the inability of a century of bacteriological research to define the boundaries of these supposed genera and species, the suggestion is never heard that the search for them should be abandoned. The monomorphist conviction that genera and species do exist somewhere still retains a peculiarly tenacious hold.
In school we only cultured bacteria on very particular growth media. For example, all the strep “germs” in hospital microbiology labs anywhere are grown on blood agar (sterile human or rabbit blood mixed with agar). Therefore all the germs grow the same way, all streptococcal bacteria look like little round balls in strings, if they are grown on blood agar, at a very specific pH’s, pH 7.6 – 7.8, and temperatures. Change any of these conditions, the pH etc. and the germs change form.
According to Enderlein’s formulations, the protits which are used as medicine actually are grown on a culture medium composed of a broth made of asparagus and agar.
In medical school
we never grew anything on an asparagus/agar broth so,
we never saw protits!!!
What you see
is determined by how you look at something.
Is this science?
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The thing is, that to classify all the different forms that bacteria can and do assume, in the terms of contemporary microbiology would be a taxicological (taxonomy- the science of classification) nightmare. We knew in school that syphilis microbes could grow as fungal forms, on old culture plates. These plates were just ignored and thrown away.
To say that the above syphilis organism began as a protit, somewhere, sometime, in some other generation even, and then went through all the stages that it would take to end up on an old culture plate in some microbiology lab, would require an impossible classification system, if done in the mono-morphistic way.
This begs a quantum system of classification, like the definition of vitalism given by Schroedinger above.
(As an aside, when these organisms do change form, for example when the protit changes into a virus, well, it just changes, instantaneously – as if it made a quantum jump. You have to watch awhile though, through the microscope, to see this.)
“If Pleomorphism were correct, scientific investigation of bacteria would be an impossibility. One grasps one’s head to make sure it is still on the shoulders. The whole structure of our science threatens to collapse.” (F. Loehnis, 1922)
Winogradsky in (1930) called pleomorphism;
“chaotic…truly, the whole of a researcher’s lifetime would hardly be sufficient to follow directly all of the transformations indicated by [Felix Loehnis].”
Hans Zinsser in 1932 stated that;
“If the pleomorphic surmise is a correct one, acid base–the entire structure of our attitude toward the biology of disease must be changed…If these conclusions are correct, this will bring about a revolution in biology…At the present time it is dangerous for the progress of bacteriology to accept this work until it has been satisfactorily demonstrated…Nothing short of absolute proof should be accepted or we may risk making research more difficult than it already is.”
To this end, the French microscopist and bacteriologist, Gaston Naessens has described the whole cycle of the Somatid/Protit, maintaining that all bacteria are derived from a single Somatid/Protit.
“Naessens demonstrates and describes each such stage, with return to the starting point, thus meeting an earlier objection as to the idea of a bacterial life cycle. In effect this view rejects all bacterial classification. The French have a proclivity for Pleomorphism, are more radical, and also more theoretical, and contend that the whole of the earth’s microbial life constitutes a single collection of genetic material, “GENOME”, (the self reproducing portion of a cell), adequate to supply every microbial genus and species.” (Divided Legacy, Harris Coulter, pg. 197)
Sonea and Panisset, representing the French view, maintain that;
“each microorganism has access to this genome (genetic pool) and borrows from it genes as needed – employing conjugation, transformation, transduction, and other mechanisms of gene transfer which are still incompletely known. Genes are relinquished when environmental circumstances no longer require their use for survival.”(Ibid pg. 196)
The German view represented by Günther Enderlein is not much different. Enderlein finds that all microorganisms originate from a Protit that, in its culminant and most degenerative phase, turns into the fungus Mucor racemosis. In going from the original Protit to the fungal form, all known bacteria are manifested, if the conditions for their manifestation, are right. This fungus then, Mucor racemosis, is the end, of the beginning. After it has decayed all the organic matter present it disintegrates back into the Protit it came from. Acid Base
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Of all the impediments to the acceptance of Pleomorphism: Rationalism vs. Empiricism; the need for Magic Bullets, specific cures and disease entities in the face of the epidemic type diseases prevalent at the end of the last century; the “control” factor consisting of the contradiction between the patient healing his or herself and the doctor doing the job with allopathic, potentially dangerous drugs; the religious fanaticism and intransigence of the monomorphists; the inability of modern science to classify microorganisms into families etc. and the other inconsistencies contained in the monomorphist ‘science’ including drug resistance; of all these impediments I feel the most important one is the so called “complexity” factor.
“The phenomena are forced into categories which can be manipulated and named, to make a living from the practice of medicine, as easily as possible.” (Harris Coulter)
It isn’t complex.
You just need to know more than one form of medicine.
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