Pleomorphability of all germs (bacteria, viruses,
Pleo-morphism means many forms, many or more (pleo-), forms or bodies (morph-). This is in contradistinction to Monomorphism which means one (mono-) body or form.
Modern medicine, bacteriology, is founded on the idea of Mono-morphism where once a germ is a particular germ it always stays that way. According to this way of thinking a streptococcal germ is always a streptococcus. It only has one (mono-) form, it doesn't change into anything else.
Pleomorphism on the other hand maintains that "germs" occur in many forms beginning with the Protit, which can change into a virus, which can change into a bacteria, which can change into a fungus. Any of these forms, bacterial, viral or fungal can and do eventually, break all apart, and turn back into the Protits from whence they came. It starts all over again, life. The Protit never dies. This is a nature of life, It goes on no matter what. A germ is 'a beginning', that's all.
These Protits or colloids of life in our blood, develop or change according to the condition (pH, etc.) of the blood. At some stages of their development they are outright pathogenic (make you sick) and parasitic. These are our internal parasites. These Protits can go in the other direction too and turn into cells we need. See Live Cell Therapy They can help regenerate organs.
The internal parasite, which exists in us always, is in contrast to external parasites with which we occasionally come in contact. This is where the germ theory actually holds relevance. This is the area of external microbes and parasites that when taken to extremes, intensifies into infectious diseases and epidemics which overwhelm the system.
Surprisingly, without having even the slightest idea of pleomorphic biology, medicine through hygiene, has accomplished much in this area. The fact is, opportunistic bugs, bacteria and viruses are all over the place, in our blood even which modern science says is not so, even though they are easily seen. Some of us get sick and some of us don't. As far back as the plagues of the dark ages some lived and some died. One third of the people didn't get plague. Nobody knew why.
Pleomorphism is a concept discovered in the early 1800's. It shows that 'germs' come from inside the body, from the "tiny dots" you can see in the blood with any microscope. These "tiny dots" of course are the colloids of life or Protits.
As the environment that surrounds the cells becomes acid, toxic, polluted, these "tiny dots", Protits, change form, into the microorganisms that clean up the garbage, dead cells, toxins and the like, that are the result of the toxic condition. This is what bacteria, 'germs' are for.
When the host balance is destroyed, when the internal environment the Protits and cells live in, the internal milieu, becomes toxic and acid, the Protits lose their symbiotic (live harmoniously together) and life giving qualities and devolve downward, changing first into viruses, then into bacteria and finally into fungal forms, each stage of which is progressively more hostile to surrounding tissue cells.
Germs, all microorganisms, (viruses, bacteria, fungi and everything in-between) are the result, not the cause of disease!
Louis Pasteur was wrong!
If "germs" are there as a result, not a cause,
then to treat
Louis Pasteur is said to have said on his death bed that really he had been wrong about his "Germ Theory" of disease. He said then, in so many words, that, it is not the germ that is the problem, it is the internal environment, the internal milieu that allowed the germ to develop in the first place that is the problem.
Add to this the error of William Harvey, who stated in 1651 that the cell is the smallest unit of life and the magnitude of this issue becomes even more apparent. That was more than 300 years ago!! and still, to this day, this fallacy has not been corrected even though Bechamp (1816-1908) demonstrated that the smallest unit of life was what he called the microzyma and Enderlein again published in 1921 and 1925 that the smallest unit of life is not the cell but the Protit.
One should treat the cause, not the result. The idea of anti-biosis, anti-biotic (anti-life) is one way. The opposite of anti-biosis is PRO-BIOSIS (for-life), which is what Eclectic Medicine is about. It's not "alternative", it's Eclectic. "Alternative medicine" is just a popular anachronism for Eclectic. None of this is new and it isn't alternative.
As these "little dots", Protits, change form, they can change into organisms that are more and more detrimental to the body, they become independent and no longer live in harmony and in support of their host body. As they develop their individual form, they create their own metabolism and waste products of that metabolism, which is harmful to the local body fluids, causing pain and inflammation. Finally, this 'local' process, which develops in the body's "weakest organ", effects the Whole body.
It is not the organisms that make you sick,
"In reality, it is not the bacteria themselves that produce the disease, but we believe it is the chemical constituents of these microorganisms enacting upon the unbalanced cell metabolism of the human body that in actuality produce the disease. We also believe if the metabolism of the human body is perfectly balanced or poised, it is susceptible to no disease." (from the Annual Report of the Board of Regents of The Smithsonian Institution, 1944, The Rife's Microscope, The Smithsonian Report, 1944).
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These disease processes, these changes in the blood, are difficult to fathom at first as they make themselves known in the beginning as functional disturbances (effecting the functions but not yet the structures of the body) in the most diversified organs such as by;
Later, these disturbances manifest as the chronic diseases we know so well
Medicines based on these ideas have been available and well researched in Europe for the last 150 years. Many of these medicines are available in this country now. See the Web-site What Is Pleomorphism and Isopathic Homeopathy for a discussion on medicines that are available in the United States now, this because of the heroic work of some very dedicated and wonderful people. There is more known about these older medicines than about modern drugs, simply because these ideas have been around for so long. Just because these scientists lived in the 1800s or before doesn't mean they were stupid
The small dots again are
the Protits, the large white rings,
Pleomorphism is a concept that today sounds very strange. What pleomorphism is, however, cannot be denied as the vast amount of data that has been obtained over the last 180 years confirms what modern microbiologists are discovering, re-covering today. As noted, many people have been involved in this debate for a long time. Why things are like this is explained in the topic History on the Home Page. We will cover the main progenitors of this idea beginning with Günther Enderlein.
How you rot and rust
Fortunately there have been and
are today scientists who have continued along the other road - the
road ignored by Pasteur. They have continued the pleomorphic line of research
with great veracity, though it is largely suppressed and unknown in the United
American Medical Establishment does not look at live blood.
Looking at live blood under a microscope is an incredible learning tool and begins an incredible journey whereby we come to understand that there are living, creepy crawly organisms that live in the environment of our blood. These are the microorganisms and parasites that truly constitute "the fungus among us."
The Pioneering Microbiology of Guenther Enderlein
Protits - Flourish in the blood cells, plasma body fluids, tissues.
The body's smallest organised biological unit. It can change and adopt to its environment.
Other researchers have continued along the path blazed by
Enderlein and have come to similar findings. Gaston Naessens discovered the
protit and watched its life cycle. He calls the protit a "somatid".
Naessens believes this protit/somatid predates DNA and carries on genetic
activity. It is the first thing that condenses from light energy, and is the
link between light and matter.
Blood is under pH control
Ideal around 7.3
If blood shifts outside the "perfect" range, the micro-organisms in the blood (protits) must change in order to survive.
1000's of forms - overcome defense mechanisms - multiple disease situations.
Remember that blood is under pH control. Ideally it has a pH
in a narrow range around 7.3, which is slightly alkaline. pH around 7.3 is the
perfect environment in which the protit lives in harmony with the body. But when
blood pH is disturbed and is shifted out of that narrow range, these tiny
micro-organisms can no longer live. In order to survive, they will change to a
form which can survive. It is these new forms that can become aggressive,
parasitic and pathogenic agents within the blood.
Darkfield microscopic studies conducted by Dr. Rudolph
Alsleben and Dr. Kurt Donsbach of the Hospital Santa Monica clearly illustrated
the proliferation of mutated microorganisms in the blood of their sick patients.
What they observed was the dance of these microbes in their pathogenic rage.
They called it the 'kleptic microbe'. Examining their patients live blood
revealed many of these microbes darting to and fro in the blood plasma. The more
ill the patient, the more microbes observed. The sickest patients had swarming
hordes of these parasitic mutated microorganisms within the blood, causing great
stress to their immune systems. The doctors learned that cleaning the blood of
these kleptic microbes allowed the rejuvenation of the immune system to progress
in an orderly and rapid fashion.
Looked at in this light it could be said that all illness is but this one
constitutional disease, the result is mycotoxicoses - toxicity caused by mycotic
infection, or in other words, by a yeast and fungus infection. These are the
great decomposers of living and dead bodies. From ashes to ashes and dust to
dust, this is nature's decomposing mechanism at work.
The Disease Paradigm Shift
One school of thought (modern medicine and the
monomorphic perspective) says most disease is caused by germs or some form of
static, disease-causing microbe (the germ theory). In order to get well, you
should KILL the germs. KILL the microbes. KILL whatever is making you sick.
Drugs, antibiotics, chemotherapy, radiation, surgery.
see online at www.soilandhealth.org
"Before Bechamp's time the theory of the cell being the basic unit of life was well established, but Bechamp's investigations showed that the cell itself was made up of smaller living entities capable of intelligent behavior and self-reproduction. He referred to these as 'molecular granulations' and gave them the name of microzymas, which he said were the real basic units of life.
"Bechamp described how in certain conditions microzymas could develop into bacteria within a cell and could, if the right conditions persisted, become pathological, so that infection could develop in the body without the acquisition of the germ from an outside source. These observations supported the belief of Professor Claude Bernard (1813-78), who 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."
"Because other researchers without Bechamp's finesse, had not observed the changes in form capable by various microbes, it was believed in orthodox circles that each form of the same microbe, at the time it was observed, was an entirely different microbe in its own right which remained always the same. Thus as the 19th Century came to a close, two schools of thought existed: pleomorphism as propounded by Bechamp and Ernst Almquist (1852-1946) of Sweden, and monomorphism as propounded by Pasteur and Robert Koch* (1843-1910) of Germany.
Monomorphism is the cornerstone of Robert Koch (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 same - monomorphism, 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,
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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 caused 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 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, rheumatoid 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 patents and 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 causal or 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,
As will be shown, the above bacteria, Chlamydia pneumoniae and Helicobacter 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 dare to 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 )
[Editor's Note: Dave Cowan of Canada is a skilled operator of a computer based radionics machine developed by Bill Nelson called the QXCI machine. Skilful use of such a machine allows the operator to obtain information about the body from a distance and can even send "adjustment information" through the ether to help the body recover from its lowered energy state and disequilibriums generated by disease conditions. If interested in more information, you can always contact Dave by sending him an e-mail at: email@example.com...Ken Adachi]
By Dave Cowan <firstname.lastname@example.org>
When Louis Pasteur (1822 – 1895) went public with his Germ Theory of disease, Europe continued to be ravaged by waves of infectious plagues, including Cholera, Typhus, Pneumonia (‘consumption’) and Tuberculosis; not to mention the not-too-distant memory of the Black Death. Pasteur’s discovery was due to the invention of the microscope.
The officials and public of the era were ripe for a simple and direct explanation from the emerging world of the Natural Sciences for these tragic and decimating diseases. However, at the time Pasteur was formulating and publicizing his work, a quiet, much more qualified and experienced researcher, Pierre Bechamp, was also looking at the new frontier-world of microbes, and came up with a more complex, but thorough, understanding of these miniature marvels.
He identified a fundamental unit of microbiological life, named the ‘microzyma’, which he said was critical in supporting the life of cells, but could be triggered into pathogenic states, depending on specific changes in the state of the internal (particularly the blood) environment. Therefore, the bacteria and other micro-organisms; viruses and fungi, that were being blamed as the cause of disease, were viewed by Bechamp as being part of Nature’s ‘clean-up crew’, breaking down sick tissue and ultimately decomposing a no-longer-occupied body. Bechamp also viewed these micro-organisms as ‘changing forms’ (pleomorphic): from seed to bacterial, viral and fungal states, rather than being seen as discrete species unto themselves.
Once these bugs have done the job, they revert to the ‘seed’ stage once again ready to support new life. The very ground we stand on is teeming with these fundamental biological units. I once saw a video of a microzyma expiring and emitting a photon of light in the process. Perhaps these units represent the transitional point where Light becomes living Matter.
The consciousness of the era, however, was, as noted, looking for a simpler, more linear explanation for disease, and as Pasteur was more of a PR man than Bechamp, he won the recognition of academia and society. Also, the simplistic notion of ‘kill the bug, cure the disease’ was very appealing for the emerging Pharmaceutical trade, and continues to provide a major illusion in support of one of the newest ‘plagues’, the overuse of antibiotics.
Pasteur’s conscience, however, moved him to say on his
deathbed, “Bechamp was right!”. As Bill Nelson, developer of the QXCI
machine likes to say, "the Germ
theory proposes you get rid of the flies, while it makes more sense to clean up
the garbage attracting them."
The QXCI machine
Maurice Fishbein, representing the AMA at the time, wanted to
‘buy into’ Rife’s discovery for personal gain. As Rife said ‘no’ to
his offer, the once-supportive AMA establishment henceforth vilified him in
print and his discoveries were driven underground. Government goon squads
attempted to physically destroy all the evidence of Rife’s work. There are a
handful of Rife’s Universal Microscopes in existence, but none of them
complete and functional. Instead, mainstream science uses the Electron
Microscope, which kills the sample with radiation in the process of viewing the
If you see numbers over 90 on the Pleomorph page, use the Blood Treatment panel for Pleomorphic Balance. We do not want to ‘zap’ each phase, as we may be upsetting the delicate balance the body is attempting to create. Most importantly is to address the causal factors.
Using the frequency 66.5 in the Manual Rife function balances the Pleomorphic counts, as does a drop of Essential Oil of Peppermint in each glass of water and using Grape Plant Extract.
For more insight into this fascinating topic I highly recommend Nina Silver’s book, ‘The Handbook of Rife Frequency Healing’. As the Pleomorphic Theory illustrates, life is incredibly complex and ordered. We must help our clients appreciate this complexity, and thus foster a sense of wonder and respect for themselves as expressions of creative intelligence.
More information can be read at: http://www.qxciscio.com
A Faulty Medical Model: The Germ Theory