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Subject Antoine Bechamp Vs. Louis Pasteur or Cell Vs. Germ Theory or What YOU Should Know about Disease!
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Original Message "Pierre Jacques Antoine Béchamp, M.D., (October 16, 1816 - April 15, 1908) one of the world's foremost bacteriologists and Pasteur's contemporary, made great scientific discoveries and some of the greatest minds of his day accepted his theories and findings as definite established facts. Béchamp attained so many achievements that it took eight pages of a scientific journal to list them when he died. He also gave us The Cell Theory which states that, "Germs and viruses do not make us sick... they merely seek their natural habitat." Meaning that a body that is out-of-balance for any of the four reasons above will attract bacteria, viruses, fungus, and even mold to the already diseased tissue inhabiting that body.

Currently our medical establishment operates under what is called Louis Pasteur's (1822-1895) Germ Theory of Disease. Pasteur's Germ Theory states that viruses, bacteria, fungii, and mold invade our bodies and are the direct cause of illness. The Germ Theory has been accepted as truth in England and in America since the 19th century. It is firm, intractable and so entrenched into our collective subconscious that we never even think to question our doctor when he tells us that a virus or bacteria has made us sick.

It is not common knowledge that germs and viruses have no influence on live cells and tissue, whatsoever. They seek out dead, diseased and dying tissue in which to multiply and flourish. Armed with this knowledge, we would be in a much better position to protect our health - but that would then present a problem for the modern medical establishment because we wouldn't be forced to pay for pills and potions to destroy disease and bring us back into a healthful state.

What Pasteur gave us with his 'Germ Theory' was the ability for the global mega-medical complex to stretch and grow into the monster that it has become today. This cartel is now organized around the American Medical Association (AMA) to use the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to destroy every stitch of knowledge we have concerning alternative medicines. In America our own FDA is being used as a strong-arm policing force for Big Pharma, and it is fully sanctioned by our government.

While the greatest control lies with the most wealth, naturally the trillion-dollar-a-year pharmaceutical industry, this cartel also includes the National Institute of Health (NIH), the Centers For Disease Control (CDC), hospitals, and research facilities. The are all, in true conspiratorial style, in cahoots to rob you of your health and your money. And it has worked swimmingly for over 150 years.

But as Antoine Bechamp pointed out with his "Cell Theory of Disease", it is not the bacteria themselves that produce disease in the human body, but by a combination of four things:

1. Your body's acid/alkaline balance (pH)
2. Your body's electric/magnetic charge (negative or positive).
3. Your level of poisoning (toxicity).
4. Your nutritional status.

Rudolf Virchow, father of the germ theory, stated in his later years, "If I could live my life over again, I would devote it to proving that germs seek their natural habitat--diseased tissues--rather than causing disease." Pasteur and Paul Ehrlich (1854-1915) jointly gave to the civilized world the Germ Theory of Disease before vitamins, trace elements, and other nutrients had even been discovered. We are constantly breathing in some 14,000 germs and bacteria per hour. If germs are so harmful, why aren't we all dead?

Béchamp's biological work might then have revolutionized medicine with profound insight into the nature of life. But in a political world, he found himself up against Pasteur who was a skillful politician with wealthy connections. Antoinne Béchamp was a scientist, while apothecary Pasteur was a chemist with no education in life sciences, and as an adversary, he [Pasteur] plagiarized the research of Béchamp, distorted it, and submitted it to the French Academy of Science as his own! And by making Béchamp's premature research public, Pasteur was acclaimed as a scientific genius.

Pasteur was also responsible for much of the animal experimentation in medical research during that time
. Pasteur used preparations made from the diseased tissues of previously sick animals, thus making the injected ones sick. This gave the appearance that a germ caused a disease, when if fact these preparations were extremely poisonous. This is not a scientific procedure, but simply demonstrates the fact that you can make someone sick by poisoning his or her blood.

Based on his theory of micro-organisms, Béchamp warned emphatically against such direct and artificial invasion of the blood.

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