¿Pueden diez mil mentiras ocultar una verdad? Pasteur contra Béchamp

For 150 years, Pasteur’s erroneous germ theory has led us into an endless sea of drugs and disease. When a lie can create billions of dollars and is taught to every next generation as fact, it is a serious enough matter; indeed, it is a revolutionary act to confront it.

A Truly confusing World

Even the worst lie can be clothed in a cloak of respectability if it has not been publicly exposed for a considerable time.

There was a time when Pasteur did not enjoy the divine respect accorded to him today, and instead was considered a failure in almost all his experiments, causing death and immense financial loss to those who followed his beliefs. Today, the germ theory of disease, including vaccination and pharmaceutical intervention, has survived to become the basis of the disease industry.

It is interesting to note that we would have inherited a very different world if those who favored Béchamp had been able to offer something profitable to the then emerging disease business. Instead they would say:

“It is the health of the cell that is important, not the germs.”

Today, germs are important and the health of the cell is so unimportant that no university is dedicated to it, while billions are being invested to learn all about germs and in this we succeed; yet we don’t even know how to describe health, except as the absence of disease. A truly confusing world, deliberately kept that way.

Germs cause Disease

We could have avoided modern epidemics of unnecessary diseases, such as cancer, diabetes, heart disease, if only civilization had followed Bechamp instead of Pasteur.

The work of French biologist Antoine Béchamp (1816-1908) proved that disease causes germs; Louis Pasteur, Béchamp’s contemporary (and his former student), announced that his studies proved that germs cause disease. One man has been forgotten by history; the other is considered the father of modern medicine.

Pasteur’s work, unlike that done by his professor, delighted the emerging drug industry.

“If germs are external attackers invading the body, then we can develop and market an endless arsenal of weapons with which to kill them. But, if damage or imbalance with the body gives rise to germs, then we simply must restore the balance to remove the conditions on which the germs feed.”

Instead of introducing poison, we would need to introduce only the missing natural elements.

Pasteur’s germ theory of disease gave birth to the pharmacological era. If medicine had adopted Béchamp’s germ theory of disease and the subsequent work of Drs. Brewer, Warburg, Pauling and others, it would be common knowledge that disease symptoms are prevented or reversed by nutrition at the cellular level.

Today, thousands of researchers and physicians know that we were deceived, but the end result has been so catastrophic that even the very concept of truth has been momentarily damaged as we move through the twentieth and twenty-first centuries.

Men of apparent moral rectitude are afraid to admit that no amount of toxicity can heal, and instead follow a creed they know to be wrong.

It seems that a long time ago, we made the most incredible of mistakes and knowledgeable and sophisticated men would die before admitting that they had been fools and failed to recognize the obvious. Now in the 21st century, an enlightened public and a few brave researchers dare to lead the exposure of a mafia empire, so corrupt that it doesn’t even care that we have all discovered the truth.

Believe us, says the drug-allopathic industry, and we’ll clean up our own act…for real.

But the pharmaco-allopathic empire is already in an advanced state of irreparable damage, brought about by several generations of ignorance, cloaked in arrogance.

There are no signs of a genuine desire for reform, and those few who try to practice true healing are viciously attacked by their own peers. Today, it is truly hellish to try to practice real healing, for if you do not use the most toxic poisons to apply where it is impossible for them to cure, and instead use a natural alternative method, you are labeled a “quack” by other doctors and the drug industry.

Pasteur vs. Béchamp

Is it possible that an apparently advanced society could be living in a state of total delusion, always trying to achieve something that is doomed to failure, simply because we don’t know enough about ourselves to make the right choices?

It certainly looks that way in the area of health care.

Could it be that even living in the 21st century, the entire modern disease industry rests on one of the world’s biggest lies? Germs cause disease.

Antoine Béchamp (1816-1908)

The French biologist proved just the opposite: disease causes germs.

He proved that “all natural organic matter (matter that has ever lived), protected absolutely against atmospheric germs, invariably and spontaneously alter and ferment, because they necessarily and intrinsically contain within themselves the agents of their spontaneous alteration, digestion, dissolution”.

Bechamp was able to prove that all animal and plant cells contain these tiny particles, which continue to live after the death of the organism and from which microorganisms develop. In his research, Bechamp laid the foundation for the understanding of pleomorphism (the ability of organisms to change).

Whenever there is something in nature that is dying, beginning to decay, something comes along and eats it, as its particles become microbes that come out of the tissue cells to clean up any toxins or decaying matter found in the body. That is what microbes (germs) are for. They are the result, not the cause of disease.

While a blood sample, placed on a glass plate for microscopic observation (slide) ages in a day or two, the tiny organisms can literally be seen moving as they emerge from the blood cells, organisms that change into more degenerated and more pathological forms as the process progresses. When the process of decomposition or putrefaction is over, when there is nothing more for the newly formed viruses, bacteria and fungi to eat, they are destroyed, disappear, and return to the form they had. They can be observed doing this through a microscope at x100 or more.

“While the microsomes of the destroyed bacteria also live, what follows is that these microsomes are the living end of all cellular organization which in turn, become all living things, beings, organs, everything. They are the end and the beginning of all physical life. All cells, organs, all living forms are built from these little bodies.”

Antoine Béchamp

When you break an element into smaller and smaller pieces, you end up with an atom of that element. When you break organic matter, physical life, into smaller and smaller pieces, you end up with this particle, no matter what form of living organic matter it started with.

Professor Bechamp’s results were buried, ignored and kept away from subsequent generations of students, who today do not even know that Béchamp was the superior scientist who worked patiently and orderly in the laboratory, while Pasteur received accolades for work that was plagiarized, and often altered, in the most unscientific way. This was discovered when in 1901 his notes were finally made public for people to read.

Today we have discovered all this, but an industry built on Pasteur is not going to give ground. Instead, we must work in two different spheres.

What Béchamp discovered was that the cells of our body are not attacked by external disease-carrying germs, as Pasteur’s theory suggests, but that our cells deteriorate, degenerate and are damaged by the stresses of daily life or by introduced toxins (physical or chemical) and degenerate to a point where they become weakened, poisoned or diseased.

Under this condition, their acidity increases, which destroys their own degenerative tissue, through the use of what he called microsomes, always present in the cell.

Basically, Béchamp discovered that the cell self-destructs if it becomes contaminated or degenerates. Pasteur said that external germs enter the body and destroy the cells.

Béchamp’s theory says that if we keep the cell healthy and strong, it will perform well, but if not, this will allow the tiny microsomes, which react to the poor acidic conditions of the cell, to ferment or eat it.

Pasteur’s theory says that regardless of whether the cell is healthy or not, external germs enter and cause death or contamination of the cell. This was immediately accepted as an explanation for all diseases, and thus grew the giant industries we know today as drugs, medicines and vaccines. Along with them evolved the theory of getting rid of symptoms by cutting them off, burning them with radiation or heat, and poisoning them with toxic substances. Today these methods seem to have reached the maximum of what can be applied and still the diseases that germs are supposed to bring us continue to appear, as if they were not being treated at all.

This has given rise to much research in our times because it is becoming more and more obvious that we are using erroneous theories in present-day medicine. The most important discovery that science (today) has made is that toxins do not cure. It seems that the more we poison our cells with chemical cures and pollutants, the sicker we become. Many researchers have gone back to Béchamp’s discoveries and after reading his reports, we discovered that we knew the solution, but it had been very cleverly hidden so that the disease industry could flourish, based on the destruction of microbes suspected of causing disease.

However, cells cannot resist disease if they are allowed to become weakened or poisoned. The current method of treating disease is to ignore the biological or nutritional needs of the cells and at the same time attack them with toxic substances in the hope that the germs will die and the cell will live.

A nutrient-deficient cell is poisoned at the same time. This is a standard procedure.

Professor Pierre Jacques Antoine Béchamp was a physician, professor of chemistry and pharmacy, and one of the leading researchers of the 19th century, the same period as Pasteur. Béchamp conducted experiments that found that bacteria grow inside the body as tiny granulated evolutionary forms that live inside the cells of all living forms.

He called these microsomes and believed that they could be found in all healthy living tissue. These microsomes are physiologically and chemically active, and are the builders of our cells, as well as being decomposing agents after cell death in our tissues or organs.

Béchamp discovered that microsomes developed into bacteria when body tissues were poisoned, damaged or unable to function. From his research comes his statement that bacteria are a product of disease, not its cause.

People become ill because their cells are compromised, which throws them out of balance and makes them susceptible to bacterial growth from within, rather than being invaded from without, according to what Pasteur expressed. His philosophy was based on preventing an invasion of bacteria from outside the organism, whereas Bechamp was based on preventing the growth of bacteria from inside the organism.

Over time, we have discovered who was right, but an industry built solely on toxic substances, which requires a fortune to remain viable, is not going to change or get its claws out of the world’s largest wallet.

Béchamp’s method would have allowed us to develop cell health.

Pasteur has allowed us to develop all kinds of toxins to attack invading germs.

Healthy cells do not need to be protected by toxins.

Toxins cause healthy cells to get sick, and as Bechamp discovered, they self-destruct when they can no longer function.

“If I were alive again, I would devote my life to proving that germs seek out their natural habitat, diseased tissue, rather than being the cause of tissue disease; just as mosquitoes seek out stagnant water, but are not the cause of stagnant puddles.”

Rudolph Virchaw, father of pathology

Even the great scientists of our time could, at some minute in their careers, admit that modern medicine has been taken for a ride.

Pasteur, admitted at his death that:

“Germs are nothing and the tissue in which they grow , is everything.”

Lies are heavy baggage when we face death, and money is no longer a motivation. Nor is it a consolation when summing up the meaning of our lives.

What are the Basic Differences between Pasteur and Béchamp?

Germ Theory – Pasteur
(as taught to modern students)

  • Disease arises from microorganisms outside the body.
  • In general, we must protect ourselves from microorganisms.
  • The function of microorganisms is constant.
  • The shapes and colors of microorganisms are constant.
  • Each disease is associated with a particular microorganism.
  • Microorganisms are the primary causative agents.
  • Disease can attack anyone.
  • To prevent disease, we must kill the microorganisms.

Cellular theory – Béchamp
(as taught to Pasteur and others during this era)

  • Diseases arise from microorganisms inside the body’s cells.
  • These intracellular microorganisms normally function to build and aid in the metabolic processes of the body.
  • The function of these organisms changes to aid in catabolic processes (disintegration) of the host organism when it dies or is damaged, which can be either chemical or mechanical.
  • Microorganisms change their colors and shapes to reflect the environment.
  • Each disease is associated with a particular condition.
  • Microorganisms become ‘pathogenic’ as the health of the host organism deteriorates. Therefore, the condition of the host organism is the primary agent.
  • Disease is built up from unhealthy conditions within the cell.
  • To prevent disease we must create health.