Physical Wellness, Bacteria
We have all been led to believe in the germ theory – diseases are caused by infiltration by harmful bacteria from external sources. This theory is incorrect. The more accurate theory is the terrain theory – diseases are caused by stress causing a disturbance in our internal environment (terrain), which causes the normally harmless micro-organisms in our body to change into a pathological form.
Darius Soon, 19/10/2015– Get free updates of new posts here
Sometimes a dominant paradigm takes root not because it is proved to be correct, but because of a mixture of history and politics. This is the case in the 19th century France when two intellectuals Pierre Bechamp and Louis Pasteur have opposing ideas on bacteria.
Pasteur is of the opinion that germs cause disease. The germs invade the body from an external source and can be transmitted between people, or picked up from places or objects. When Sir Alexander Fleming made penicillin, the first antibiotic, it was believed that we can once and for all end all illnesses on Earth. Yet today, medicine is facing bacteria that are no longer affected by these antibiotics. Methicillin-resistant staph (MRSA) infections, for example, are now one of the biggest epidemics in hospitals in the United States.
Pierre Bechamp came up with the idea of the terrain or cellular theory of illness. His primary conclusion was that disease is not caused by hostile invading bacteria (germs) but by an environment that is functioning less than optimally. There are two parts of his conclusion. One is that it was possible that germs might already be inside of us, which we agree. The second part was that healthy people have a good balance of these microbes in their bodies, so that pathological versions cannot live within them. Bechamp proposed that the purpose of the germ is to clean up the imbalance by causing the body’s immune system to perform certain actions when there is a stress in the system. What this means is that the bacteria is designed to push the body back into homeostasis. Nature does nothing on a whim. There is a reason that everything happens.
One of the many areas in which Pasteur and Bechamp disagreed on is the idea of pleomorphism – the idea that bacteria could change forms to become virus, bacilli and fungi depending on the terrain of the organism. Pasteur believed that bacteria only have one fixed form and that virus and fungi are separate organisms. Due to Pasteur’s charisma and influence (some also say to his intentional falsification of data), Pasteur’s germ theory ideas took root and Bechamp’s ideas fade away into obscurity.
Research in recent years has provided confirmation for Bechamp’s notion, yet this understanding has still not funneled down into medical orthodoxy or the general public. In cancer research for example, in a paper presented to the New York Academy of Sciences in 1969, Dr Virginia Livingston and Dr Eleanor Alexander-Jackson announced the discovery of a single cancer microbe. The reason why it has been undiscovered before that was that it changed forms and in its various phases could look like virus, bacilli and fungi.
“The physical equivalent for spirit attachments seems to be the bacteria.”
This single cancer microbe has been discovered independently by different researchers. Wilhelm Reich discovered a basic energy particle he called orgone, and he found that under conditions of stress, these energy particles could change form into bacteria and bacilli. Royal Rife, famous for his cancer cures of up to 90% using his Rife machines, noticed the BX organism, which he felt was directly responsible for cancer, can shape change into other forms. French biological researcher Gaston Naessens discovered a subcellular energy particles he called somatoids in the blood which is essential for human health. When the immune system is suppressed, it can change into one of sixteen different forms, ranging from bacteria, spores and fungi. German bacteriologist Guenter Enderlein, found that due to stress, a minute microorganism he discovered could mutate into pathological forms that start destroying tissues.
Recently, Dr Fry has instituted that there is another likely candidate – FL1953 or protomyxzoa rheumatic. P-myxzoa is an amoeba and lives in small colonies surrounded by a biofilm. It can retreat into red blood cells and bone marrow so it is almost impossible for immune cells to eradicate it. It also stations itself at the mouth of smaller blood veins, causing a reduction of oxygen to the smaller veins, leading to widespread fatigue and restlessness. Dr Fry has found the organism present in many diseases like multiple sclerosis, autism, ADHD, etc.
Nonetheless, the exact bacteria or microbe that is responsible for illness is not the key. The disturbed terrain is. Our hypothesis is that when stress hits, the terrain was disturbed, and this can then subsequently turn the harmless micro-organisms into more pathological forms.
We have found this disturbed terrain to be created almost exclusively by the presence of spirit attachments. The physical equivalent for spirit attachments seems to be the bacteria. For example, if you look at the symptoms of the spirit attachments (read “The magic of spirit releasement therapy – and why you may want to seriously consider it”) and cross-reference that with what was mentioned about Lyme disease caused by the bacteria Borrelia burgdorferi (read “Lyme disease – The Great Imitator”), you would find a close correspondence, even an exact match. When the spirit attachments are released, the bacteria simultaneously disappear from the body. This can be interpreted in two ways: either the bacteria are the physical manifestation of the spirit attachment, or the bacteria are a result of a physical process from having a spirit attachment in the body. Either way, the spirit attachments should be released. In fact, removing these spirit attachments at the appropriate moment is the elegant solution and the most important part of our healing work.