The endogenous microorganisms in the blood, called Endobionten by Enderlein, are innocuous in their primitive forms, multiplied in the course of life to sets of astronomical numbers, developed in nature disloyal life also to highly valent (high-value / high-energy) forms and would be with the conspecifics Those living on adjacent erythrocytes, joining together into colonies, thus causing blood clots (thromboses) and, as the blood flows through all the organs and limbs, could cause disorders of the affected organs everywhere leading to complete paralysis of the functions of the organs concerned could. Thus, the most diverse diseases, all of which would have their cause in the one and the same process – namely, in the quasi-nationalization of primitive forms into higher forms.
According to Enderlein, the microorganisms in the blood are subject to a regulatory mechanism: Thus, the units called “spermites” could break down these by copulating with the nuclei of the more highly developed virulent forms. The degradation products would eventually be excreted through the skin, intestines, lungs or kidneys.
A disturbance of the symbiotic, so to speak peaceful coexistence between the microbes of lower growth form and the human organism is caused by a multiplicity of factors. These include, above all, overeating, especially with meat diet, but also a number of pleasure poisons such. As alcohol and tobacco, chemicals, physical agents such as radiation and stress could lead to a pathogenic upward development of Endobionten.
The development of the bacteria takes place after Enderlein in a threefold coordinate system, consisting of:
- the proliferating development by continuous division (auxanogeny)
- the gradual development to the culmination of the development (Kulminante) and the dismantling to the morphological unit (Probaenogenie)
- the construction of the core valence (Dynamogenie)
With “Mochlose” (locking) Enderlein called the sole rule of “auxanogenia” with elimination or inhibition of “Probaenogenie” and “Dynamogenie”. That is, a species of bacteria can persist in a particular state of development and continually multiply only by division without continuing to develop as long as the culture conditions remain constant. Enderlein described the abolition of the development obstacles with mocholysis (unlocking). With regard to the “endobionts”, this term is not used by Enderlein, because this pathogen belongs to the strongly “isobike” species. Strongly isobes have a large number of growth forms under the same external living conditions. Unlike most other microorganisms, Endobiont can cause disease in all stages of its development.
In vitro experiments with the isolated microorganisms from the blood had shown that the pathological upward development of the “endobionts” was accompanied by a decreasing pH of the nutrient solution. Enderlein called this the term “anartic basic law”. He was of the opinion that a chronic hyperacidity of the blood was the cause of a variety of complaints. Since the blood pH is strictly regulated by the organism and only minor deviations are tolerated to a mean pH of 7.4, this view was not sustainable even during Enderlein’s lifetime. Since the chronic hyperacidity of the organism played a central role in understanding the illness of naturopathic doctors, from the beginning of the 1950s only a “latent acidosis” (see Friedrich F. Sander) was used in this context, and the depot for the Acids from the blood can be the connective tissue (see Alfred Pischinger).
In Enderlein’s view, the endobiont is a complex “chondrite-bacterial mold organism” whose highest possible stage of development is Mucor racemosus fresen (a zygomycete / yoke fungus). He considered the Mucor racemosus as the “original symbionts” of all vertebrates, which had invaded the precursor organism of the vertebrates hundreds of millions of years ago and made the development of mammals possible. Because the fibrin and also the platelets represent after Enderlein stages of development of Endobiont’s.
Possibilities of developing and transformation for microorganism after Prof. Dr. Günther Enderlein:
- culminate highest possible development / living forms on a upstairs development
Probaegenogenie: Upstairs development (inside the “cyclode”)
- Auxanogenie: the increasing development through continual dichotomy; increasing development, asexual reproduction without upstairs development in sense of the Probagenogenie
- Arthogenie: Asexual reproduction without upstairs development in sense of the Probagenogenie
a.) forms of fractions
b.) embryonic production
c.) particle production
- Copulation / sexual reproduction Copulation of the spermit:
spermite (in the darkfield) (superstructure consisting of symprotit’s head and attached filum scourge) with primal score
- (Mych) all of the forms of bacteria’s- and fungus phases, alteration this higher valent forms in primitive phases
- Mochlose Blockage of the Probagenogenie
- Mochlolyse Dissolution of the blockage
- Symplastismus Aggregation all of the “cyclode” growing forms to “Symplasts”
- Systatogenie Union of the protein colloid (protit’s), with water absorption – production of dry protein forms (jumping forms, duration forms)
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