Pasteur/Bechamp/Bernard/Hamer/Dean + On Microbes & Germs
Plus Tom Cowan and Sally Fallon Morell
Date: 11/5/2009 2:26:02 AM ( 12 y ) ... viewed 6355 times
August 21, 2020 -
"...Pasteur died in 1895 and immediately took his place as the premiere saint of medicine, the press featuring engravings that reeked of old lace, showing him as the subject of adulation, his flasks and beakers placed on an altar, a grateful admirer kneeling before them. Science had become the new religion."*
November 5, 2009 -
Here are a few "opinions" re: microbes:
Pasteur, Bechamp, Bernard and Hamer
"Germs of the air" attack the organism, causing an infectious disease.
Microbes are part of the "inner milieu" of the organism. Microbes become only pathogenic, when the body is weak or out of balance.
"Le microbe n'est rien, le terrain c'est tout" - "The microbe is nothing, the terrain is what's important".
Ryke Geerd Hamer:
Microbes live in symbiosis with our organism. Microbes do not cause diseases, but instead play a vital role in the natural healing process of diseases.
" ... But, conventional medicine is still hanging on to Pasteur's ideas. Great response by you, including the Virus Mania reference." -
Dr. Christopher Lowthert (DC)"
January 11, 2019 - Plus Dr. Tom Cowan -
Tom: ... even though it is common to blame all acute illnesses on microbes, fundamentally, viruses and bacteria are scavengers in nature. Bacteria digest debris in nature, and viruses are intracellular parasites that "infect" cells that demonstrate some type of weakness. In other words, the infectious nature of acute illness is only one side of the story; the other side is the "terrain," or the condition of the person who gets sick."
Comment: More and more we are emerging into the light of truth regarding healthy immunity despite the fact that the medical cartel continues dismissing the people's natural medicine in favor of its manufactured pharmaceuticals (that are corporate-owned for the profit of the share holders). However - we can RISE (Raise Immune System Efficiency) and overcome the immune-suppressing tactics (vaxx) used by the cartel. Possibly the greatest "immune-suppressing tactic" is the use of diagnostic shock as well as all the fear mongering that too many doctors seem to be experts at.
May First, 2012 - In another correspondence with Chris Lowthert, Chef Jem wrote:
Pasteur was not thinking about mankind let alone the health and well being of mankind, at all! He was only looking for a way to save his friend's grape crop and by doing that he made it possible for a truly poor, very inferior and truly sickening wine to be introduced into society. The wine makers and the poor took to this inferior product (and others) and mankind has been "hung over" on pasteurization ever since! It's time to renounce the all the "old wine" as it is not acceptable in the new wine skin that we are co-creating now!"
June 22, 2018 - "We're all loaded with microorganisms – ...
... just waiting for their moment in the spotlight. If your body is out of balance, so will your immune system be out of balance as well as your microorganisms. This makes you vulnerable to the many kinds of bugs and viruses you are exposed to everyday.
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Just because you're exposed to pathogens doesn't mean you have to succumb
Which factors promote infection
What supports your immune system
The role of yeast toxins in weakening the immune system
Facts about Lyme Disease you may not know
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Dr. Carolyn Dean
December 28th, 2015 -
Some food humor: "S. Harris Food Cartoons"
May 4th, 2016 -
"In her book, Béchamp or Pasteur? A Lost Chapter in the History of Biology, Ethel Douglas Hume cites an observation by Florence Nightingale, the famous pioneer of nursing, who worked long hours in sick wards. As she observed people’s symptoms, she noticed them changing spontaneously form one 'disease' to another. As a result of her observations, she wrote: 'The specific disease doctrine is the grand refuge of weak, uncultured, unstable minds, such as now rule in the medical profession. There are no specific diseases; there are specific disease-conditions.'
What this means is that a single underlying condition can bring about a variety of outward signs and symptoms, depending on the individual. You see, this is so logical and explains a lot. But the specific disease doctrine, like a plague itself, infests the power structure of mainstream Western medicine."
4th of July, 2017 - A great day to think Independently of external authorities!
“Through a physician in Brittany, (pharmacist, Marie) Nonclercq came across a thick tome on the history of a medicine [i] in which she read that, on his death bed, Louis Pasteur had declared: ‘Claude Bernard war right... the microbe is nothing, the terrain is everything’. …
What Pasteur omitted was that his confession had been based not on single insightful statement by France’s leading physiologist, Bernard, but by Antoine Béchamp, the man with whom he had been locked in struggle for decades.”
[i] Delhoume, Leon, De Claude Bernard a d’Arsonval. Lib Bailliere et fils, Paris, 1939, 595pp~
 "Anthrax, Arsenic and Old Lace" By: Sally Fallon Morell:
Pasteur, microbes, Bechamp, Bernard, dr. Hamer, conventional medicine, pasteurization, food humor, monomorphism, Anthrax, Arsenic
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