Modern Proteom Research Disproves Enderlein’s Theory of Microbial Life Cycles

New Studies Will Explain How Isopathic Fungal Remedies Actually Work to Fight Disease During the past few decades, a type of live blood analysis based on Prof. Dr. Guenther Enderlein’s work has been taught asserting that specific complex morphological structures in the blood were part of supposed microbial life cycles. Until very recently, this model … Continue reading Modern Proteom Research Disproves Enderlein’s Theory of Microbial Life Cycles

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Professor Enderlein’s research: developing isopathic immune-modulators from bacteria and fungi

Enderlein’s work Bacteria Cyclogenia was his most important, but was not published until 1925 due to World War I. Professor Enderlein stimulated interest among his colleagues following the publication of his work on a new classification of bacteria which took into consideration an evolutionary life-cycle. However, he was met with skepticism by the majority of … Continue reading Professor Enderlein’s research: developing isopathic immune-modulators from bacteria and fungi

The history of the Monomorphism and Pleomorphism

Approximately around 1898 a controversy among the scientists over the kind, the nature and the behaviour of the bacteria began. Up to then one knew the spleen fire exciters, the Cholera germ, the Diphtheria, typhoid fever, Tuberculosis and the Syphilis germ. Mainly two thinking directions took the true nature up of the bacteria for itself … Continue reading The history of the Monomorphism and Pleomorphism

A Modern Scientific Perspective On Prof. Dr. Enderlein’s Concept Of Microbial Life Cycles

In 1925, German zoologist Prof. Dr. Gunther Enderlein published his concepts of microbial life cycles based on blood analysis observations in the book The Life Cycle of Bacteria (Bakterien Cyklogenie) [1]. He theorized that the origin of every microbe was a tiny protein of plant origin that Enderlein called protits or colloids. Furthermore, he thought … Continue reading A Modern Scientific Perspective On Prof. Dr. Enderlein’s Concept Of Microbial Life Cycles

New Scientific Findings and Their Impact on the Enderlein Perspective

This paper is written as a response to the recent findings on pleomorphism that have been presented by Ronald Ullmann, a biochemist who resides in Calw, Germany. The conclusions that are presented by Mr. Ullmann are based on the published research findings of Dr. Christopher Gerner, Ph.D. It should be noted that Mr. Ullmann is … Continue reading New Scientific Findings and Their Impact on the Enderlein Perspective

THE LAW OF CYCLOGENY

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 … Continue reading THE LAW OF CYCLOGENY

Live Blood Microscopy Analysis Darkfield Course:

C o u r s e  D e s c r i p t i o n s Introductory Seminar: Detailed Outline What will I Learn? In this 6 (also available 3 day's and online course) , hands on training you will learn about all aspects of Live Blood Cell Microscopy including: •An introduction to … Continue reading Live Blood Microscopy Analysis Darkfield Course:

Understanding Pleomorphism

Pleomorphism (pleo = many; morph = form) is the ability of microbes to change into many varied forms in a developmental cycle, depending on the conditions of the environment. This theory was primarily pioneered by the German microbiologist Prof. Dr. Günther Enderlein (1872-1968) who wrote ‘Bacteria Cyclogeny’, published in 1925, in addition to over 500 scientific papers. … Continue reading Understanding Pleomorphism