A Brief History of Live Blood Analysis

The technique of examining live blood under the microscope began in the early 1900s with the pioneering work of Prof. Gunther Enderlein in Germany. These researches were broadly appreciated at the time and were taken up by clinicians and scientists around the world, including Dr. Phillip Hadley in the United States. Typical microscopic examination of … Continue reading A Brief History of Live Blood Analysis

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Prion & Endobiont in live blood

Enderlein’s Endobiont and Prusiner's Prion Prof. Enderlein observed blood samples with the technique of dark field microscopy, which is also called live blood analysis. As the name suggests, the blood cells and particles are alive and not dead like in stained samples used by hematologists Bacteria in stained sample Bacteria and Symprotits in dark field … Continue reading Prion & Endobiont in live blood

Origins of Pleomorphism

The concepts of pleomorphism and symbiosis are in the current perspective inseparable from the name of the great researcher and microbiologist, Professor Dr. Günther Enderlein (1872-1968) The basis for his work was the book by the French researcher A. Béchamp, titled "Microzymas". It described that a microorganism can, under precisely determined preconditions, occur in diverse … Continue reading Origins of Pleomorphism

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

The isopathical therapy form Microscopic blood dark field investigation

The isopathical therapy form Microscopic blood dark field investigation after Professor Dr. G. Enderlein (1872-1968) Origin For millions of years colloids of the fungus trunks Mucor racemosus Fresen and Aspergillus the Niger van Tiegheim, who live as Endobiont in symbiosis with humans and mammals. Under adverse circumstances they can form transitions to higher forms, which lead … Continue reading The isopathical therapy form Microscopic blood dark field investigation

The History of the Pleomorphism / Monomorphism Debate: Why is Pleomorphism unknown to modern medicine

A dichotomy in medical speculation, an unresolved philosophical conflict, has existed from ancient times to the present. This conflict is between two theories known traditionally as Empiricism and Rationalism. "While this conflict can be discerned in the earliest writings of the Hippocratic Corpus, from the fifth century BC, the names Empirical and Rationalist became current … Continue reading The History of the Pleomorphism / Monomorphism Debate: Why is Pleomorphism unknown to modern medicine

Recommend books for our Live Blood Analysis Course

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

Endobiont = Prion

Prof. Enderlein called the very basic particle, ground form of all other developments, “Endobiont”, deriving from the Greek word endobios (endo = inside, bios = live). The word endobios is clearly defined by Thesaurus as “live of organisms within a medium or an organ of animals and human beings, e.g. in the intestines”. These relationships … Continue reading Endobiont = Prion

What are the possibilities of developing and transformation for microorganism after Prof. Dr. Günther Enderlein?

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, … Continue reading What are the possibilities of developing and transformation for microorganism after Prof. Dr. Günther Enderlein?

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