I refer to Louis Pastuer’s “Germ Theory of Disease” as the Rat Theory of Garbage. Show me a building full of rats, and I’ll show you a building full of garbage. Show me a person who has cancer, bacterial, viral, fungal and parasitic infections and I will show you a person who has accumulated waste matter in organs and tissues, low oxygen levels, weakened immunity, nutritional deficiencies, and an acidic pH environment caused by a toxic diet, environment and lifestyle. In other words: If germs cause disease, then rats must cause garbage.
Enlightened understanding demonstrates that disease-associated microorganisms do not produce the disease condition themselves – any more than mosquitos cause a stagnant swamp or vultures cause dead rabbits. These are simply scavengers attracted to a habitat which supports them. While flies, maggots and rats do not cause garbage, they do feed off of it. And just as flies and maggots and rats cannot survive without a food source, it’s only when the body is acidic that it is vulnerable to germs. In a healthy base balance, in a body with an operating immune system, the germ can’t gain a foothold.
The concept of regulating the body’s pH to stay well in a world full of sickness and disease is leading to a paradigm shift in nutritional science. This proven science within the field of microbiology dates back to the late 1800s. After a century of suppression by the pharmaceutical elite, it has recently become one of the hottest new trends in the health and nutrition industry.
A renowned 19th century French scientist named Antoine Béchamp (1816-1908) pioneered this health-based research. He was a microbiologist accredited as a Master of Pharmacy, Doctor of Science, Doctor of Medicine, Professor of Medical Chemistry and Pharmacy, Fellow and Professor of Physics and Toxicology, Professor of Biological Chemistry and Dean of the Faculty of Medicine. He remained a research scientist up until his death at 91. Upon his death, it took eight pages of the national journal of France just to list the titles of his scientifically published works in 1908.
Antoine Béchamp showed scientifically that it isn’t the bacteria or the viruses themselves that produce disease: they are the aftermath of diseased tissue. Other 20th century cellular terrain specialists such as Claude Bernard, Virginia Livingston-Wheeler, Günther Enderlein, Gaston Naessens and Arthur Kendall advanced his research further. Their cutting-edge discoveries showed conclusive proof of the correlation between proper acid-alkaline pH balance of the body’s cells, tissues and fluids and an optimum state of health. Béchamp and his colleagues concluded that the cause of disease is not germs themselves, but rather that the inner condition of the patient’s cellular terrain at the time of exposure determined whether germs and pathogens would incubate or remain dormant.
One of Béchamp’s big ideas was that little enzymes called microzymas existed in every cell and were involved in all bodily functions. The microzymas have their own innate intelligence and change the face of pathogens like a chameleon. Extreme heat, radiation and symptom manipulation from pharmaceuticals like antibiotics would cause these entities to morph to fit their environment. In a state of vibrant health, the microzymas would perform evolved aerobic fermentation harmoniously, as seen when grapes ferment into wine, or when beneficial gut flora (like acidophilus and bifidus) proliferate through fermentation in the gut wall. On the other hand, in a diseased condition (characterized by low oxygen, malnutrition, acid pH, poor circulation, stress, and built-up toxins in and around the cells,) the microzymas signal the cells, altering them to respirate anaerobically, and bring the organism back to the soil (the dust of the earth.) This is because the organism itself is debilitated to the point of being sick and dying. Ultimately, it’s the microzymas that are responsible for a dead animal or a leaf from a tree decomposing back to the ground, transferring a cycle of life back to the dust of the earth for future plant growth.
The scientific community has adopted Louis Pasteur’s Germ Theory of Disease as The Whole Truth: that germs and pathogens are the direct cause of most disease, and that the best we can do is avoid them. Meanwhile, they have disregarded the revelations of Béchamp’s microzymian principle: that the acidic condition of the patient’s cellular environment creates disease. This marks one of the most controversial turns of events in modern history.
So why would mainstream science continue their research in the wrong direction based upon Pasteur’s false Germ Theory of Disease, when it has long been proven that germs and bacteria are the secondary, rather than the primary cause of disease?
It’s because around it exists a colossal infrastructure of commercial interests that supports a trillion-dollar industry based solely upon this pseudo-science. You will not get qualified as a medical professional if you don’t accept the germ theory of disease, and you will likely lose your license to practice medicine if you reject it after you have graduated already. The thing is, that until medical science comes to grips with this reality, they will be chasing their tails (and us round the medical money-go-round) for another hundred years. We will continue to spend trillions on expensive, invasive treatments that only suppress symptoms, when, for a fraction of the cost, we could support people in restoring health to their body by rehabilitating their cellular terrain. The entire medical establishment has built their house of cards on Pasteur’s false doctrine.
Dr. M. L. Leverson, M. D., Ph. D., M. A., an American physician practicing during Pasteur and Béchamp’s era discovered some of Antoine Béchamp’s writings in New York and realized that Pasteur had plagiarized some of his work. Upon this discovery Leverson went to France and personally met with Béchamp where he heard the story of plagiarism firsthand. After that meeting, he had done a great deal to bring Béchamp’s work to public attention. Here is what Leverson had to say about Pasteur as it’s quoted in the book, The Dream and Lie of Lois Pasteur: “…the entire fabric of the germ theory of disease rests upon assumptions which not only have not been proven, but which are incapable of proof, and many of them can be proved to be the reverse of the truth. The basic one of these unproven assumptions, the credit for which in its present form is wholly due to Pasteur, is the hypothesis that all the so called infections and contagious disorders are caused by germs, each disease having its own specific germ, which germs have existed in the air from the beginning of things, and that though the body is closed to these pathogen’s germs when in good health, when the vitality is lowered the body becomes susceptible to their inroads.”
Unfortunately for Béchamp, as well as the rest of us, Louis Pasteur (1822-1895) had deep political pull and incredibly wealthy business associates with global connections, and a theory that supported creating the multi-trillion-dollar medical industry we have today. These cronies were not interested in health care, but management of sickness at the expense of human lives. They were interested in establishing a new global enterprise to control medicine and disease like some kind of commodity, in hopes of profiting trillion dollars from human suffering.
It is a matter of public record that John D. Rockefeller, the world’s first billionaire, had a hand in forming The American Medical Association (AMA) in 1847 after buying heavily into the then-fledgling pharmaceutical industry. After it’s foundation, The AMA went right ahead using its government-granted monopoly over the healthcare system to shut down medical schools and shape the curriculum of those remaining ones to make sure that all of them reflected Pasteur’s Germ Theory, which is favorable to the pharmaceutical industry who want to prescribe a pill for every ill. Instead of being trained to work with nature to enhance the body’s natural healing process, doctors would be trained to go against nature, with the kill mode mindset: Kill the bacteria, kill the virus, kill the fungus and kill the tumor – resulting in the slow killing of the patient.
The cover-up of Antoine Béchamp’s discoveries has meant untold misery and suffering for the human race by allowing surgical, pharmaceutical, chemotherapy/radiation, and vaccine research development to dominate mainstream medicine. Had Béchamp’s breakthrough discoveries been incorporated into the current medical curriculum, we would have already been experiencing the virtual elimination of disease and the end of the pharmaceutical industry.
Like dogs chasing their own tails, scientists go cross-eyed looking at elephants under a microbe-scope to discover new disease-causing germs – despite the fact that germs and microorganisms are only the secondary, rather than primary, cause of disease. But they do not cause disease all by their microscopic selves, they only take advantage of us when our bodies are in a weakened/compromised state, burdened by toxics. Sickness is not caused bacteria, but bacteria come with sickness.
What makes Pasteur’s Germ Theory so believable is that it seems to be common sense. The killing of bacterial infections such as staphylococcal, streptococci, bacilli and pneumonia seemed to be the cure-all or panacea in the 1950s. But all it did was set up shop for stronger enemy-resistant strains to battle in the future. It’s ironic and indeed pathetic that human beings, the highest form of intelligence on this planet, have managed to build the vast trillion dollar pharmaceutical industry on the central purpose of poisoning and attacking the lowest forms of life on the planet – GERMS!