The Blood and its third Element During his long career as an academic and researcher in nineteenth century France, Antoine Béchamp was widely known and respected as a teacher, an academic, and a researcher. As a leading academic, his work was well documented in scientific circles. Few made as much use of this fact as … Continue reading Recommend books for our Live Blood Analysis Course
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
"There is no cancer in normal metabolism," wrote Max Gerson, M.D. ( 1881-1959). A pioneer of what is today known as nutritional metabolic therapy, the German-born physician, who lived in the United States for twenty-three years, believed that cancer cannot occur unless the functions of the liver, the pancreas, and the immune system as well … Continue reading What is Gerson Therapy?
Prions have been known by many scientists for many years. They are believed to cause disease by triggering an immune response when they enter an animal or human body. In 1997, Stanley Prusiner, MD, won the Nobel Prize for his discovery of prions, an acronym for proteinaceous infectious particles. Prions are associated with a variety … Continue reading Mad Cow Disease in the USA: Understand Prions, Part II
Scientists in California have created the first synthetic version of prions. These are the so-called "rogue proteins" that are responsible for mad cow disease. To understand the significance of this research, it helps to fully understand what prions are in the first place and how they cause mad cow disease. Prions are abnormally folded proteins, … Continue reading Mad cow disease research breakthrough: scientists recreate prions in the lab
by: Tony Isaacs Louis Pasteur, disease, live blood Mainstream medicine believes that virtually all illness is caused by germs or genetic hereditary weakness, as well as deformities and trauma injuries. Their solution and strategy is to have us believe that there are over 10,000 different diseases and that each of these diseases requires outside intervention … Continue reading Louis Pasteur vs. Antoine Bechamp: Know the True Causes of Disease
To this day, the cell is regarded as the ultimate organic unit, out of which all higher organisms are built up. Even Haeckel believed he had found the proto-organism in the one-celled protozoans. When I formulated the concept Symprotit and its sub-unit Protit as the primeval unit of life in the form of a quite … Continue reading What is a chondrit?
Dark field blood diagnostics is a Method of Professor Dr. Guenther Enderlein (1872-1968), that primarily a biologist and a zoologist was 1916 came from Enderlein a first report over a revolutionary reorganization of the bacteriology. Dr. William of Brehmer (1883 - 1958) discovered 1928 the blood parasites Siphonosphora polymorpha in the red blood corpuscle of … Continue reading Dark field blood diagnostics
As an individual who provides training in the Enderlein perspective, including the Live or Native Blood Analysis for the health care community, I am in contact with many individuals who are representative of divergent scientific and philosophical backgrounds. The queries that I receive during training sessions are often quite provocative and I have learned to … Continue reading Revisiting Enderlein’s Perspective in the 21st Century
Prof. Günther Enderlein was a biologist who regarded it as his mission to find the solutions to the severe disease facing humanity. Originally he was a professor of entomology at the Zoological Institute at the University of Berlin. At the outbreak of the World War I, a new field of research caught his full attention … Continue reading Prof. Enderlein’s great discoveries