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Louis Pasteur, pioneer of the Germ Theory of Disease, said “In the fields of observation chance favors only the prepared mind.”


"Even if all the experts agree, they may well be mistaken."--Bertrand Russell


"Human beings, the potentially highest form of life expression on this planet have built the vast pharmaceutical industry for the central purpose of poisoning the lowest form of life on the planet--germs! One of the biggest tragedies of human civilization is the precedence of chemicals over nutrition."--Dr. Richard Murray


"In the sciences, people quickly come to regard as their own personal property that which they have learned and had passed on to them at the universities and academies. If someone else comes along with new ideas that contradict the Credo and in fact even threaten to overturn it, then all passions are raised against this threat and no method is left untried to suppress it. People resist it in every way possible: pretending not to have heard about it; speaking disparagingly of it, as if it were not even worth the effort of looking into the matter. And so a new truth can have a long wait before finally being accepted."--Goethe




Here is a schoolbook timeline of Pasteur’s life. It looks like a steady progress from anonymity to glorious realisation of his genius and indeed for Pasteur this is what it was:

1822       Louis Pasteur is born in France to a poor family.

1847       Louis attends and graduates from the Ecole Normal in France. He studies sciences.

1849       Louis marries Marie Laurent and they have five children.

1854       Louis began his work as a professor, and one of his duties included finding scientific solutions to common problems in the area.

1855       Louis was assigned the job of figuring out why common drinks like beer and wine became sour. He discovered the bacteria growing in the drinks, and figured out that if you boiled the drinks and then cooled them, it killed the bacteria.

1856       Louis returned to his old school, the Ecole Normal but this time as a professor.

1864       Pasteur went on to study where the bacteria growing in food and drinks were coming from, and he finally figured out it came from the air or environment.

1864       Many people in the 1800's still believed that germs were not harmful to people. Louis proved that germs were the cause of illness.

1865       Louis saves the silkworms. After his success with the beverage industry, Louis was asked to work on the dying crops of local silk fields. He figured out the silkworms were ill, and introduced a way to fix the problem.

1868       Louis suffered from a small stroke and it left him partially paralyzed, but he was still able to experiment.

1879       Louis accidentally exposed chickens to a small form of cholera, and when the chickens didn't become sick he wanted to know why. He figured out the small exposure had worked as a vaccine against the actual sickness, and the vaccine was born.

1885       After finding vaccines for smallpox, TB, and cholera, Louis worked toward a vaccine for rabies. He found it in 1885.

1888       Louis' fame spread around the world, and soon donations began pouring in for the founding of the Pasteur Institute in Paris.

1895       Louis was given the Leeuwenhoek medal, the highest honor in microbiology.

1895       Louis Pasteur's death

See  https://www.softschools.com/timelines/louis_pasteur_timeline/50


The conclusion traditionally given is Louis's contributions to society saved millions of lives, and his legacy lives on today. It is certainly true his legacy lives on today. It is questionable whether his contributions saved millions of lives. In fact it can be demonstrated that his legacy has cost millions of lives.

Those who oppose Pasteur’s theory like to designate him as a fraud. I prefer to see him simply as a careerist. History is littered with careerists – those who use every available means to further themselves and their careers. And often that entails elements of fraud. This is undeniable. But it happens and it’ll always happen as long as human beings are human beings....

Scientists come and go. Scientific theories, scientific paradigms come and go. Scientists get it wrong before they can get it right. This is all in the nature of things

What is regrettable in the case of Pasteur is that he got it wrong, the world believed him, or the world wanted to believe him, and the result has been incalculable suffering for an incalculable number of human beings that have come after and been persuaded to subscribe to his notion of what health or the absence of it – namely disease - actually is.


So what is Germ Theory? Simply stated:

The germ theory of disease states that the body of human beings is naturally sterile and specific diseases are caused by specific germs or infectious agents which enter from the surrounding environment and cause pathologies in the body.


There is nothing so dangerous as a partial truth. Let’s look at how this partial truth took hold.

In the 1800’s there was a great deal of discussion concerning the spontaneous generation of life – that is the notion that life can originate in non living matter. The supposed absurdity of this theory has always been demonstrated in the (admittedly absurd) notion that prevailed at the time that mice could be created in 21 days out of sack cloth and rotting wheat......

In the mid years of the century Pasteur and his contemporary, Antoine Beauchamp, were independently experimenting with the process of fermentation.

The prevailing theory was that fermentation was a simple chemical reaction, but the experiments of Beauchamp showed that fermentation was a process brought about by microorganisms in the air.

Pasteur continued to insist for some time after Beauchamp's discovery that fermentation was a process that did not require oxygen because it was a lifeless chemical reaction (called spontaneous generation). It took Pasteur many years to finally grasp the concept that fermentation of sugars is caused by yeast fungus, a living organism. When he did grasp and write about these concepts, he presented them as his own discoveries, giving no credit at all to Beauchamp.

See https://www.life-enthusiast.com/articles/pleomorphism-germ-theory

Pasteur then went to extraordinary lengths to prove his theory correct. He finally succeeded in convincing the scientific establishment with his swan neck experiment...BUT he never conclusively proved that spontaneous generation did not occur. The only way he ‘disproved’ it was by pointing to methodological errors in the experiments that appeared to prove it; and this was a favourite ploy throughout his career, and one that has been used repeatedly down to the present day to discredit any narrative that is contrary to the prevailing official narrative

Here is Pasteur addressing the Academy of Medicine in March 1875, at the occasion of a debate during which one contributor had spoken disdainfully of Pasteur’s experiments on spontaneous generation:

"Every source of error plays in the hands of my opponents. For me, affirming as I do that there are no spontaneous fermentations, I am bound to eliminate every cause of error, every perturbing influence. Whereas I can maintain my results only by means of the most irreproachable technique, their claims profit by every inadequate experiment"


In other words he was laying claim to scientific supremacy. Apparently he was superior in all ways to his unscientific colleagues. And this included Antoine Bechamp who had identified the true nature of fermentations long before Pasteur. But this made Bechamp into an arch enemy that Pasteur in his overweening pride and arrogance could never forgive.

Pasteur never lost an opportunity to undermine his colleagues ...which is a misnomer because he didn’t have any – colleagues I mean. He only had enemies. And this is the greatest clue we have to the nature of the Germ Theory and it’s ascendancy in our civilisation. It is based on the notion that there is an enemy to exterminate, and this is the absolute basis of the civilisation we habit. Where would we be without an enemy? We need an enemy in order to feel we have a purpose.

Currently the imperialist West is at war with Syria and how many other despotic regimes and has demonised Russia and China. What would there be to report on in the daily news if it were not for these enemies – real or fictitious? In the last 2 years a new enemy has appeared – the dreaded Virus....

But this is in fact nothing new. The virus is only an extrapolation from the Germ or Bacteria which have been viewed as the principle vectors of disease for centuries

Renee Dubos understood the distinction between a theory and a proven fact when he wrote in his study of Pasteur:

‘However, it must be emphasized that what had been settled was not a theory of the origin of life. Nothing had been learned of the conditions under which life had first appeared, and no one knows even today whether it is still emerging anew from inanimate matter.

Only the simple fact had been established that microbial life would not appear in an organic medium that had been adequately sterilized, and subsequently handled to exclude outside contamination. The germ theory is not a philosophical theory of life, but merely a body of factual observations which allows a series of practical operations. It teaches that fermentation, decomposition, putrefaction, are caused by living microorganisms, ubiquitous in nature; that bacteria are not begotten by the decomposing fluid, but come into it from outside; that sterile liquid, exposed to sterile air, will remain sterile forever.’

Pasteur’s particular genius was for making the facts fit the theory rather than the theory evolve from the facts. It’s analogous to a syndrome in gambling called ‘back-fitting’ where you take a series of results and arrange them so as to come out with the best possible outcome and then decree that you have a fail-safe system for future success. It very rarely works out because all you have done is taken out as many of the results that you do not like – i.e the losers - made various arbitrary assumptions as to why they have lost and then done the same – i.e made various arbitrary assumptions - with regard to the winners and assumed that these assumptions are then good for all time hereafter. They very rarely are.

This is an accurate description of Pasteur’s procedures and the entire history of Germ Theory, Dubos describes how Pasteur convinced himself that fermentations could not be possible without exposure to germs of the air:

It was then a common belief that many moulds and other microorganisms can become transformed into yeast when submerged in a sugar solution, and thus give rise to alcoholic fermentation, Pasteur himself long remained under the impression that the vinegar organism (Mycoderma aceti) which oxidizes alcohol to acetic acid in the presence of air, can also behave as yeast and produce alcohol from sugar under anaerobic conditions. As these beliefs were in apparent conflict with one of the fundamental tenets of the germ theory of fermentation, namely the concept of specificity, Pasteur devoted many ingenious experiments to prove or disprove their validity, and arrived at the conclusion that they were erroneous. Yeasts, he pointed out, are ubiquitous in the air, and were often introduced by accident into the sugar solutions along with the other microbial species under study. It was therefore necessary to exclude this possibility of error, and after succeeding in eliminating it by elaborate precautions, he stated with pride:

‘Never again did I see any yeast or an active alcoholic fermentation follow upon the submersion of the flowers of vinegar, ... At a time when belief in the transformation of species is so easily adopted, perhaps because it dispenses with rigorous accuracy in experimentation, it is not without interest to note that, in the course of my researches on the culture of microscopic plants in a state of purity, I once had reason to believe in the transformation of one organism into another, of Mycoderma into yeast I was then in error: I did not know how to avoid the very cause of illusion . . , which the confidence in my theory of germs had so often enabled me to discover in the observations of others.’

Louis Pasteur Free Lance of Science by Renee Dubos

See https://archive.org/details/louispasteurfree009068mbp

Note how Pasteur never loses an opportunity to include a jibe against his opponents. It can be seen that nothing but nothing is to contradict his beloved theory – whether it be the experimentation of others or his own observations.

In order to disprove the notion of spontaneous generation it was necessary to prove that nothing could be born out of nothing.

First, Pasteur prepared a nutrient broth similar to the broth one would use in soup. Next, he placed equal amounts of the broth into two long-necked flasks. He left one flask with a straight neck. The other he bent to form an "S" shape. Then he boiled the broth in each flask to kill any living matter in the liquid. The sterile broths were then left to sit, at room temperature and exposed to the air, in their open-mouthed flasks. After several weeks, Pasteur observed that the broth in the straight-neck flask was discoloured and cloudy, while the broth in the curved-neck flask had not changed.

He concluded that germs in the air were able to fall unobstructed down the straight-necked flask and contaminate the broth. The other flask, however, trapped germs in its curved neck, preventing them from reaching the broth, which never changed colour or became cloudy.

If spontaneous generation had been a real phenomenon, Pasteur argued, the broth in the curved-neck flask would have eventually become re-infected because the germs would have spontaneously generated. But the curved-neck flask never became infected, indicating that the germs could only come from other germs.

If Pasteur’s conviction was right that spontaneous generation was impossible without exposure to the so called ‘germs of the air’ a sterile solution would remain sterile if protected from the air but would be subject to microbial infestation if exposed to the air – something we all know now, and to which we can be grateful to Pasteur (although it was in fact Bechamp who established this long before Pasteur). We now know if we want to keep something fresh we must seal it in an air tight container. So now we have the whole tinned, canned and jarred food industry that means we can keep food indefinitely.

But how did this prove that mice weren’t born of sack cloth and rotted wheat....? I may be stupid but I fail to see the connection!

Surely all that was needed to prove mice didn’t come from sack cloth and rotted wheat was a control experiment whereby on the one hand you gather together sack cloth and rotted wheat and observe what happens over a period of 21 days and secondly you gather together some mice and see what happens when you allow them to mate....?

But that’s maybe beside the point. The fact of the matter is Pasteur used his swan neck bottle experiment as irrefutable proof that the theory of spontaneous generation was wrong and the germ theory was right. Was he not missing the point?

A sterile solution is not a living solution. It can be described as non living matter because it has nothing alive in it or about it. By exposing it to the air you are allowing living organisms – germs of the air in Pasteur’s parlance – to enter the organism. These living organisms then commence consuming the sterile solution – because this is what all living organisms do. They seek to assimilate it – make it their own. They partake of it – they feed on it and excrete into it. Inevitably they change the nature of the solution they now inhabit.  And this is what Pasteur observed in the swan neck flask that has had its neck broken.

The sterile solution has become food for the microbes that have entered it. In the process the sterile solution ceases to be sterile – it becomes ‘contaminated’ because it is no longer sterile ......and it changes its form because this is what life does – whether it is microbial life, elephantine life or human life.

This much is clear and comprehensible. But to then say because the sterile solution is contaminated by microbes in the air it automatically follows that all disease is caused by germs in the air is a total non sequitur, indeed an error of gigantic proportions.

This could only be the case if the blood in a living animal is considered to be sterile. And this of course is a critical component of Germ Theory – ever since it was first proposed; but this is demonstrably not the case. A sterile solution has no function in life. If truly sterile it is not functioning as a living thing. It is static and as far as life is concerned redundant – that is dead.

Introduce microbes and it begins to serve a function. But the only function it can serve is as food for the microbes. Being sterile it has none of the amino acids – the basic building blocks for more complex life. It can only be food for the worm – or food for the bacteria. Much as the corpse of a living creature can only be food for the worm or the bacteria that proliferate

In using this experiment as refutation of the theory of spontaneous generation and proof positive of the Germ Theory Pasteur made a famous pronouncement :

“Life is germ and a germ is life. Never will the doctrine of spontaneous generation recover from the mortal blow of this simple experiment.”

However he was making an entirely unwarranted assertion.

The two clauses of his famous pronouncement do not follow on from one another. When he said Life is germ and a germ is life he was right. When he said ‘Never will the doctrine of spontaneous generation recover from the mortal blow of this simple experiment’ he was right, to the extent that life cannot emerge from a totally sterile environment. But linking the two together is unwarrantable. Why?

The answer to that lies in the notion that the blood is sterile – a notion that is patently absurd. If the blood were sterile we’d all be dead. The blood is teeming with life – and as Pasteur correctly asserted that means germs. Wherever there is life there are germs. We don’t have bleach circulating in our bodies we have blood.

And yet this continues to be an axiom of medical science an axiom upon which germ theory is based, in spite of all the evidence to the contrary. A study published in 2002 asked the question ‘Are there naturally occurring Pleomorphic Bacteria in the Blood of Healthy Humans?’

See https://jcm.asm.org/content/jcm/40/12/4771.full.pdf

Nobody wants to contemplate the question let alone answer it because if answered in the affirmative it would turn the entire medical paradigm on which Big Pharma is based on its head...

We think of germs as being evil – that is anti life.

But germs are not evil; they are not anti life; they ARE life. Every living organism, including human beings, is a gigantic conglomeration of trillions of germs. We now know this. This has been scientifically proven. The germs are not the enemies. They are the fundamental building blocks of life. This is what Bechamp identified.

See https://www.greenmedinfo.com/blog/profound-implications-virome-human-health-and-autoimmunity

Thus germ theory ONLY makes sense if you think that anything alive can be sterile.

What Bechamp proved to his own satisfaction was that all of life arises out of tiny ferments which he called microzymas and these ferments are the precursor of life in whatever form it happens to manifest whether it be the smallest unicellular organism or a giraffe. And Bechamp came to realise these tiny bodies, these ferments which are responsible for life, are indestructible. They may lie dormant , they may cease to function as living organisms – which is clearly what happens in the swan necked flasks to which no air can enter – but once exposed to the air they can then become activated again by the introduction of the germs from the air. To put it simply germs like to socialise!

This is what happens whenever you get sick; when you pick up a so called bacterial ‘infection’. But it is not the external bacteria that is making you sick; it is the fact that the environment into which the external bacteria has entered is not equipped – is not sufficiently alive – to allow you to assimilate it. Thus you become food for the external bacteria, or rather the flesh in you which is diseased or dying becomes food for the bacteria. But you don’t have to become food for the external bacteria – not if you have the right bacteria in your own organism to instruct the invading bacteria when it enters how to become a useful symbiont rather than an alien invader. Bacteria can only feed on dead matter. This is why sick people are so prone to bacterial infection and often develop bacterial pneumonia; because there isn’t any longer a living environment that can assimilate (or refute if you prefer) the bacterial invasion. The pathogenicity of the bacteria is the result of a previously diseased condition – not the cause.

The sterile solution has no vitality it has no life – so it cannot mount what we would call an ‘immune response’ (which in itself is a misnomer); that is, it doesn’t have the means to instruct the new arrival how to behave. The only thing sickness illustrates is a malfunctioning severely compromised organism with insufficient biodiversity to contend with the newcomers whatever they are. But this does not mean we are sterile. We are not sterile. We are seething with life. If we were sterile we’d be dead.

Bechamp had already determined all this when Pasteur made his grand pronouncements. He knew it wasn’t as simple as Pasteur made it out to be.

So the question has to be asked:

Why did this theory – and that is all it ever was and all it ever will be – a theory - take hold and become the dominant paradigm that has held sway over the medical establishment for the next 150 years...?

You’d imagine it must be because it is correct wouldn’t you? But actually it only takes a little thought to realise it is demonstrably wrong...and there were many scientists working at the same time as Pasteur who realised his theory was wrong, chief among them Antoine Bechamp.

There has always been opposition to the Germ Theory, right up to the present day. The only difference nowadays is any contrary narrative is roundly censored with the result that Germ Theory has become an unassailable dogma

In a lecture given in London on 25 May 1911, M.L. Leverson, MD stated:

"The entire fabric of the germ theory of disease rests upon assumptions which not only have not been proved, but which are incapable of proof, and many of them can be proved to be the reverse of truth. The basic one of these unproven assumptions, wholly due to Pasteur, is the hypothesis that all the so-called infectious and contagious disorders are caused by germs."

Dr M Beddow Bayly also exposed the lack of any scientific basis for the ‘germ theory’; in his 1928 article published in the journal London Medical World, he states that,

“I am prepared to maintain with scientifically established facts, that in no single instance has it been conclusively proved that any microorganism is the specific cause of a disease.”



In order to understand Pasteur’s ascendancy it is necessary to understand the ascendancy of Robert Koch in Germany. Both were working along parallel lines. Both had the support of the State – Pasteur of Napoleon 3 and Koch of Otto von Bismarck . Both were wittingly or unwittingly assisting with their masters’ political agendas



Robert Koch was racing Pasteur to find the cause of a disease called anthrax, from which great numbers of cattle in Europe were dying. Taking blood from the diseased cattle and isolating bacteria from it, Koch then injected mice with the bacteria. When the mice died, Koch then cultured blood from them and compared it to the original bacteria form the cattle. He developed procedures and his Postulates are still memorized by medical students the world over as the foundation of the Germ Theory:

1. the organism must be present in every case
2. must be isolated
3. must cause the disease in a healthy host
4. must be isolated again

Each postulate has been disproven, then and now, but that has not cheated them of their place as basic tenets in the Germ Theory religion.

Also from the top medical journal Lancet, 29 Mar 1909, we find:

"Koch's Postulates are rarely, if ever, complied with."

And this has continued to the present day. Why? Because it is impossible to fulfil them

Both Koch's and Pasteur's vaccines for anthrax were colossal failures, with thousands of sheep killed all over Europe as part of the "experiment," especially in Italy and Germany. It is also interesting to note that both Koch and Pasteur did everything possible to alter and cover up the results of these failures. (Hume)

Now if you instigate an FOI request for scientific explication of COVID19 you’ll be told it’s not possible because it is not possible to isolate a virus....


How did Pasteur's ideas become the foundation of organized medicine? The answer lies not in medicine but in politics and the pharmaceutical industry

In his work 'The Crack in the World', André Glucksmann attempts to explain the Pasteurian illusions: “The vanity of Pasteurism reveals - more than a certain science and less than an effective art - a religion. Pasteur has transposed into terms of biopower the constitutive equation of modern nations, cujus regio, ejus religio.” (As goes the country, so goes the religion.)

In an excellent article available on Whale.to Tim O’Shea writes:

‘Early in his career, Pasteur was decorated by the Emperor Napoleon. His position as a scientist was thereby secured, even though he was only a chemist and had no credentials at all in medicine or physiology.

Scientists in both France and Germany at that time were grappling with mankind's first look at fundamental questions about the nature of living matter itself:

what makes something alive or dead?
where does that force come from?
why do things rot, ferment, or decompose?
is there something in the air, or something inside the organism that has these effects?
what effects can manmade chemicals have?

For the first time in history, things were coming into focus. Discoveries were being made about fundamental issues, but in a piecemeal fashion. It was perfect timing for an opportunist to take advantage of the general uncertainty and lack of understanding and to claim that he understood all the issues involved, and furthermore had thought of them first. Pasteur was noted for his habit of playing both sides of the fence on issues he didn't understand, and then later, to quote the parts of his earlier writing that supported the later finding, always with the claim that he had been there first. Only the scientists understood the complexities of these emerging ideas. The royal court and the press just knew that something was going on, and though they didn't know what, were going to act as though they did. And for them, a chameleon like Pasteur was the perfect frontman.

Politics never changes. The same type of thinking that imprisoned Galileo long ago for discovering that the earth went around the sun, the rulers' eternal attempt to control the minds of their subjects, these are the forces that cast Pasteur, an ambitious opportunist, into a position he may not have deserved - the supposed Trailblazer in the science of modern biomedicine.

Funny how things often don't really get "discovered" until the commercial aspects of that discovery have been worked out.

Howard Hencke, in his 1995 book The Germ Theory: A Deliberate Aberration, notes that it was critical for the new medical industry.

"... to indoctrinate the public in the Western world with the belief that the salvation from all, especially physical ailments, lay outside the individual's system and responsibility, because it was caused by external factors...and that chemical remedies (drugs) will keep him free from disease, independent of his own vigilant responsibility."

We're talking about marketing here, yes?

The author of the long-suppressed work Pasteur or Bechamp? states:

"Had it not been for the mass selling of vaccines, Pasteur's germ theory of disease would have collapsed into obscurity."
- E. Douglas Hume


The Post-Antibiotic Age: Germ Theory by Tim O'Shea


And Mr O’Shea goes on to quote Florence Nightingale:

"Diseases are not individuals arranged in classes like cats and dogs, but conditions growing out of one another. The specific disease is the grand refuge of the weak, uncultured, unstable minds, such as now rule in the medical profession. There are no specific diseases; there are specific disease conditions."
F.N. 1860

Florence Nightingale knew something intuitively which we have only very recently confirmed, namely that the human biological organism is a composite organism:


In an interview with Simon Worral of National Geographic David Quammen author of the book The Tangled Tree, describes how human beings are basically ‘composites of other creatures’:

‘We now understand that we humans, along with most other creatures, are composites of other creatures. Not just the microbiome living in our bellies and intestines, but creatures that have over time become inserted in our very cells. Every cell in the human body contains, for instance, little mechanisms that help package energy. Those are called mitochondria. We now realize that those mitochondria are the descendants of captured bacteria that were either swallowed by, or infected, the cells that became complex cells of all animals and plants. Likewise, 8 percent of the human genome, we now know, is viral DNA, which has come into our lineage by infection over the last 100 million years or so. Some of that viral DNA is still functioning as genes that are important for human life and reproduction.’

See https://www.nationalgeographic.com/science/2018/09/darwin-evolution-crispr-microbiome-bacteria-news/

Dr Stefan Lanke has worked tirelessly to expose the Virus Hoax – a hoax which is having such hideous ramifications on millions of lives in 2020/21/ Lanke is quite convinced Pasteur was a fraud:





‘To pick up with Pasteur again: Pasteur knew that bacteria could not cause diseases, period. Enough studies and experiments were conducted and published in Germany and elsewhere, among other by Max von Pettenkofer, who demonstrated what cholera was and how cholera was easily prevented.


Pasteur worked on contract to find an argument to not let the English through the Mediterranean Sea, he came up with the idea to claim there was a new pathogen, and this one would make its disease-toxins also in the living human body and this he called: poison! Latin: virus.


 That was the idea. He said it is a thousand times smaller then bacteria, we use such dense filters where bacteria can’t pass through. He presses the liquid, the poison from a dead animal, through the filter, he injects the liquid into the brain of a dog that was tied onto a pole vertically. He used a third of the volume of the dogs brain, the liquid comes out the over side, the dog convulses, barks, foams from the mouth and dies. That was called rabies, that’s what Pasteur did.

Pasteur also claimed to have the antidote to his virus, to push the vaccine concept. This vaccination agenda was propagated primarily in France, for the Germans had their antibiotics and chemotherapy. Pasteur committed fraud in all his undertakings. But he was humane enough to document his deceits in diaries parallel to his primary lab books. He decreed that these records must never be publicized. His family naturally obtained great wealth. But the last male ancestor of Pasteur didn’t obey to that decree and leaked the records to the Princeton University and in 1993 Professor Gerard Geisson published an analysis in the English language that revealed that Pasteur had committed massive fraud in all his studies. For instance, vaccinated animals, if they survived, had not been poisoned, the control group animals that died without vaccines were poisoned massively and so on. That was Pasteur.

Pasteur is the inventor of the idea of a smaller pathogen that cannot be seen in the optical microscope, but that always makes its poison, the disease- causing poison. This supported the standard model of illness which was use for centuries, a model that is based on the premise of war, not on the premise of symbiosis, as is the real workings of Nature. In order to solidify this model and to have political leverage against England, Pasteur postulates the idea of a virus. But Pasteur didn’t anticipate that there would be a microscope in the future, an electron microscope, which has a much higher magnification as the optical microscope, that would allow to see small structures not visible before.

See https://redress4dummies.wordpress.com/2020/12/29/the-history-of-the-virus-fraud

And here for the original talk https://www.bitchute.com/video/hTETvlWL-Wg



The discoverer of the cell theory, Rudolf Virchow, with respect to the Germ Theory, commented simply:

"Germs seek their natural habitat - diseased tissue - rather than being the cause of diseased tissue."


Virchow did not believe in the germ theory of diseases, as advocated by Louis Pasteur and Robert Koch.

He proposed that diseases came from abnormal activities inside the cells, not from outside pathogens. He believed that epidemics were social in origin, and the way to combat epidemics was political, not medical. He regarded germ theory as a hindrance to prevention and cure. He considered social factors such as poverty major causes of disease. He even attacked Koch's and Ignaz Semmelweis' policy of handwashing as an antiseptic practice. He postulated that germs were only using infected organs as habitats, but were not the cause, and stated, "If I could live my life over again, I would devote it to proving that germs seek their natural habitat: diseased tissue, rather than being the cause of diseased tissue".

More than a laboratory physician, Virchow was an impassioned advocate for social and political reform. His ideology involved social inequality as the cause of diseases that requires political actions, stating:


‘Medicine is a social science, and politics is nothing else but medicine on a large scale. Medicine, as a social science, as the science of human beings, has the obligation to point out problems and to attempt their theoretical solution: the politician, the practical anthropologist, must find the means for their actual solution... Science for its own sake usually means nothing more than science for the sake of the people who happen to be pursuing it. Knowledge which is unable to support action is not genuine – and how unsure is activity without understanding... If medicine is to fulfil her great task, then she must enter the political and social life... The physicians are the natural attorneys of the poor, and the social problems should largely be solved by them.’

See https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rudolf_Virchow

Virchow felt that the presence of germs identified the tissue as diseased, but was not the cause of disease. A weakened or diseased tissue may be a target area for micro-organisms, a hospitable environment in which they can set up shop. But that's quite different from germs having caused the weakened state.

The same idea was graphically shown to Bechamp one day when an amputated arm was brought into his laboratory. As a result of a violent blow to a patient's elbow, gangrene had set in within eight hours, and amputation was the only option. Bechamp immediately began to examine the severed limb using the microscope. To his amazement he found no bacteria in the gangrenous limb. After a few hours bacteria began to appear, but initially there were none. Bechamp's associate, Professor Estor, thereupon remarked "Bacteria cannot be the cause of gangrene; they are the effects of it." (Hume p 134)

To get a comprehensive view of Virchow’s view of human health a view which concords totally with that being purveyed on this website (book) see this wonderful dramatic monologue which includes many sayings of Virchow himself:



The real problem with germ theory is it perpetuates an entirely erroneous notion of what life is and has now been weaponized against the human race. As medical historian Martin Pernick PhD has pointed out:

‘the intertwining of public health and eugenics goals became possible in major part due to the messianic early-20th-century conviction—fostered by Louis Pasteur’s germ theory and August Weismann’s theory of heredity—that “disease could be not just reduced but eradicated.” Bolstered by this view, the two theories enabled “eugenics and public health to promise ‘final solutions’ to both infectious and hereditary diseases.”’

See https://namelyliberty.com/public-health-and-medical-ethics-learning-from-history

An article appeared in The Lancet in 1968 – 52 years ago that appears to have gone totally unheeded:

‘The germ theory of disease—infectious disease is primarily caused by transmission of an organism from one host to another—is a gross oversimplification. It accords with the basic facts that infection without an organism is impossible and that transmissible organisms can cause disease; but it does not explain the exceptions and anomalies. The germ theory has become a dogma because it neglects the many other factors which have a part to play in deciding whether the host/germ/environment complex is to lead to infection. Among these are susceptibility, genetic constitution, behaviour, and socioeconomic determinants.’


I couldn’t have put it better myself ....and yet here we are in 2021, cowering in our houses over a virus and waiting for a vaccination.................