Louis Pasteur built his reputation and altered the course of twentieth century science by plagiarizing and distorting the work Antoine Bechamp. Pearson exposes. Antoine Bechamp, the babe of , died on the 15th April, , fourteen days after he was first visited by an aged American physician between whom and. The French chemist Antoine Béchamp (–) was a life-long rival to the Béchamp was comprehensively wrong, but not absolutely so.
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In all probability, the two species he saw were those now recognized as bacillus buccalis maximus and spirillum sputigenum. Scores of people have died prematurely at its hands. Pasteur replied by a subterfuge, to which we replied as follows: Demonstration that fibrin is not a proximate principle, but a false membrane of microzymas.
Demonstration that the soluble ferments or zymas are not the products of some change of an albuminoid matter, but the physiological products of a living organism; in short, that the relation of a mould, of beer yeast or of a cellule and of a microzyma with the zymases, is that of producer to a product.
In addition, five animals were inoculated with putrid but originally healthy muscle, and four of them became tuberculous, as was found when they were killed at various periods from 84 to days after inoculation. Everybody except Dumas regarded milk as an emulsion, as a pure mixture of proximate principles. Higgins, of drawing ink fame, of Brooklyn, N. Pasteur’s first statement on his new subject was made in Septemberwhen he published a very erroneous description, claiming: Why the standard test used on 61 of the animals failed to reveal this fact is a matter for scientific investigation, and the bacteriologists of the department are at work on the problem.
Even their verbal exchanges survive in the minutes of the meetings. This was not an accident, bechap deliberate premeditated fraud; however, Bechamp was too much of a gentleman to make any unpleasant charges. So the Antoije turn into everything, every living being and organ and every disease producing organism which turn those very beings and organs back into the Protits they came from.
In he repeated them upon blood and flesh, not cooked, for the purpose of proving that they did not contain germs capable of becoming vibrios, and that, without atmospheric germs, they would be unalterable. It is, at any rate, indisputable that this granular transformation is a manifestation of very profound lesions undergone by the cholera vibrios under the influence of the peritonaeal fluid of the immunized animal.
That it was widely bechaml is indicated by the fact that the world-famous English nurse, Florence Nightingale, published an attack on the idea inover 17 years before Pasteur adopted it and claimed it as his own.
You can never have true, lasting health through drug protocols. In those animals that survived the immediate effects of the injury, emaciation supervened sooner or later and the animal eventually died with tuberculosis of the peritoneum, liver, spleen, lungs, and other organs, the morbid appearances corresponding in every respect with those described in my last report.
Then he who had asserted that the ferments were spontaneously born from the albuminoid matters of the sugared media had to amend his former opinion. On the other hand, one is compelled to the conclusion that the granular transformation is due, as we shall becha,p later, to a fermentative action of the peritonaeal exudation. Matter is endowed only with behcamp and physical activity.
Pasteur Versus Béchamp: The History of Germ Theory
We owe it to Gengou, who at the Liege Bacteriological Institute carried out a very detailed investigation of this question. Pasteur also a faker: He thought he would succeed better by adding to a solution of candied sugar the right tartrate of ammonia and for mineral salts the ashes of the yeast itself; he succeeded no better, then he added to the same mixture a lot of yeast, in the hope that the tartrate of ammonia and the sugar would form by copulation an albuminoid matter which would help the multiplication of the globules of yeast.
I have seen diseases begin, grow up, and pass into one another. The distinguishing of organic matters reduced to the condition of definite proximate principles that is to say, of the organic matter of the chemists, which is not living from natural organic matters, such as they exist in animals and plants; that is to say, of the organic matter of physiologists and of anatomists which is reputed living or as having lived.
In biblical times, people ate fruit and nuts and had good health to ages beyond years, but in Noah’s flood, fruits and nuts were so depleted that man has eaten meat, raw and cooked, ever since and suffered and died like these cats. Koch was an extremely grumpy, quiet, and restless man now; sad because of the affair of his consumption cure which had killed a considerable number of people Bechamp proved that his microzymas were of immense longevity; hence to them the term macrobe might have been applicable, though that of microzyma, meaning small ferment, is not less so.
The Blood and its Third Anatomical Element by Antoine Bechamp
Apparently Pasteur did not! The conclusion of J. And, to see what a parasite Pasteur was on men who did things, let us digress and go back a few years, to the time when the study of germs was an outgrowth of the study of fermentation. On the one handall these researches showed me these microzymas functioning like anatomical elements endowed with physiological and chemical activity in all the organs and humors of living organisms in a perfect state of health, preserved there morphologically alike and functionally differentab ovo et seminein all the tissues and cellules of the diverse anatomical systems, down to the anatomical element which I have called microzymian molecular granulation.
He says in part p. It exhausts itself thus enormously, remains whole a long time, its tegument preserving its form and, having eliminated its content almost wholly, inverts cane sugar to the end. It is the astonishment of Pasteur that is astonishing” As Bechamp started with no nitrogen whatever except what was in the air in the first two flasks, it is probably the first time any growth or any kind of organism was proved to have absorbed nitrogen from the air.
They quote doctors of unquestionable authority as saying that no rabic germ has been found; and that finding so-called Negri bodies is no proof that the dog has rabies; as “they are found when all symptoms are absent and when all are present, so the diagnosis of rabies is pure guesswork”, according to J.
No transmutations and no phlogistication to explain the phenomena. Developed moulds invert the cane sugar, even when the solution has first been creosoted; that is to say, the creosote which hinders the moulds from being born does not prevent them when born, from acting.
If it took ‘tests’ on 62 animals to obtain proof that a vaccine that had already caused the disease could do so again, how can anyone know that it would not take two or three or more times 62 ‘tests’ any other time, assuming, of course, that these are tests, which, again, I don’t believe! After our joint experiment upon the buccal microzymas, I showed Estor an experiment in which a piece of muscle placed in fecula starch, after having liquefied it and commenced to make it ferment, caused bacteria to appear in it as they appeared in soured and clotted milk.
He rightly, I believe considers pulmonary tuberculosis to be at least in part “and to a greater or less extent” a septicemia, and adds: The year following I first named the microzymas in the Comptes Rendus of the Academy of Sciences to designate the ferments of the chalk.
He must specially thank Wntoine. Moulds being insoluble by reason of their being organized, effect the inversion by means of an agent analogous to diastase; that is to say, by means of a soluble ferment.
The year before Pasteur started his treatments there were four deaths from hydrophobia in Paris, the year after there were 22!
And does not this “rapid dissemination through the body” sound remarkably like de Kruif’s description of the way in which Koch’s tuberculous germs spread through his guinea pigs? Miss Hume says that members of the Academy actually asked Professor Bechamp to drop his use of the word microzyma, and even to drop his work! Would it not be far better, truer, and more practical, if we looked upon disease in this light for diseases, as all experience shows, are adjectives, not noun-substantives: The Encyclopedia Britannica says in the entry on anyoine Now mark what, supposing I am right in this, this memoir does prove.
His would antoibe be a household name today if it wasn’t for the activities of one Louis Pasteurwho history has treated very kindly indeed, considering his fake science, his tendency to steal ideas mainly from Bechampfalsify experimental data, and in general make claims which had no basis in fact.
I do know penicillin was discovered by Alex Flemming. It wasn’t a new idea, although he claimed to have “discovered” germs all the same. Professor Bechamp found that the chalk seemed to be formed mostly of the mineral or fossil remains of a “microscopic world” and contained organisms of infinitesimal size, which he believed to be alive.
This experiment began in June and continued to August – over seven years.