In this article Paul Fassa looks at the history and controversy surrounding Louis Pasteur's germ theory and looks at other competing theories of disease of his time, and asks the question: Could there be something wrong with the Germ Theory? (or "microzymas" - more below), became his principal interest and led to inevitable clashes - with Pasteur in particular. Béchamp was the first to prove that the molds accompanying fermentation were, or contained, living organisms, and could not be spontaneously generated, but must be an outgrowth of some living organism carried in the air. The basic tenet of pleomorphism is that even common bacteria showed complex life cycles which often included a frequently pathogenic, filterable, or "hidden phase". • Tedeschi, G. G., Amici, D. & Paparelli, M. The uptake of radioactivity of thymidine, uridine, formate, glycine and lysine into cultures of blood of normal human subjects. 8 Young RO. Acad. The terrain within: A naturalistic way to think about and practice good health and wellness. 27:1-22, 1920. Yet molds, obviously living organisms, and therefore containing albuminoid matter, had appeared in these two solutions. ), pp. (1816-1908) On the 16th of October, 1816, at Bassing, in the department of Bas-Rhein, (France, since ceded to Germany), was born a child by whose name in the nineteenth century came to be known as Antoine Béchamp, He should have been recognized in the same way as Copernicus, Galileo and Newton. Powered by Movable Type Personal. • Feller, J. The 'germ theory', so-called, long antedated Pasteur - so long, in fact, that he was able to present it as new; and he got away with it! 5 Louis Pasteur Vs Antoine Béchamp and The Germ Theory of Disease Causation. During the 1850’s, the prevailing belief was that cane sugar, when dissolved in water, spontaneously transformed at an ordinary temperature into invert sugar (a mixture of equal parts glucose and fructose) - but an 1854 experiment with starch led Béchamp to question this. • Villequez, E. Le parasitisme latent du sang, phénomène biologique général. Eventually, due to continued disagreements with Pasteur, he had to vacate his post in 1888. The Third Element of the Blood. However, during the 1960’s, work on L-forms bacteria appeared to substantiate some of the claims made by earlier pleomorphists. Compt. The (French) Academy of Sciences was a very important venue for airing and developing views and a place to put forward novel ideas. 7 See Footnote 4. Canadians forced to be vaccinated in the year 1885. The concept of specific, unchanging types of bacteria , Lyda Mattman, E.C. This left the molds without an explanation as to their origin, so Béchamp started a second series of observations on June 25, 1856 (at Strasbourg), and on March 27, 1857, he started a third series of flasks to study the effects of creosote on the changes. Books The Blood and its Third Element by Antoine Bechamp https://www.amazon.com. In this experiment, he took a tightly stoppered glass bottle (containing only air) and dissolved perfectly pure cane sugar in water. Several other bottles contained the same solution, but with a chemical added. Bechamp argued against healing with vaccines, stating, “The most serious disorders may be provoked by the injection of living organisms into the blood.” Soon thereafter, in 1796, Edward Jenner invented the vaccine against smallpox that would come to be called a “preventative” against the germ, though it was later learned he may have been one of the first scientists to fudge his results. So although the two researchers both studied disease pathology at the same point in time, it was Pateur’s connections which won him the financial backing to bring the germ theory mainstream. 28:333-334, 1919. The primary cause of disease is in us, always in us. • Pease, P. E., Bartlett, R. & Farr, M. Incorporation of 14C-thymidine by cultures of erythrocytes from rheumatoid arthritis patients and normal subjects, suggesting the presence of an L-form. From his book The Third Element of The Blood, Antoine Béchamp, translated and republished in 1994, "all-natural organic matters (matters that once lived), absolutely protected from atmospheric germs, invariably and spontaneously alter and ferment, because they necessarily and inherently contain within themselves the agents of their spontaneous alteration, digestion, dissolution". It is hypothesized that these pleomorphic forms are truly not staining artifacts or cellular debris, but instead represent various stages in the life cycle of stressed bacteria: cell wall-deficient/defective (often called L-forms) that are difficult-to-culture or nonculturable. No one had a clue in the 1800’s as to the cause and treatment of diseases and there were many speculations and experiments performed in an attempt to understand and treat diseases. It claims that fixed species of microbes from an external source invade the body and are the first cause of infectious disease. 51–60, Wissenschaftliche Verlagsgesellschaft Mbh, Stuttgart, Germany. Hieneberger-Noble, for example, suggested that L-forms correlated with the symplasm observed by Felix Lohnis. This observation was so unexpected that he omitted it from his earlier memoir to verify it before publishing it as fact. • Tedeschi, G. G., Amici, D. & Paparelli, M. Incorporation of nucleosides and amino-acids in human erythrocyte suspensions: possible relation with a diffuse infection of mycoplasms or bacteria in the L form. The germ – or microbian – theory of disease was popularized by Louis Pasteur (1822-1895), the inventor of pasteurization. Soon thereafter, disputes between Béchamp and Pasture developed. Much of this morphological change is attributed to environmental or "terrain" changes. This scam is called “germ theory”, a concept that microorganisms such as so-called viruses cause illnesses popularized by Louis Pasteur and his supporters at that time. of Chicago Press. Previously, Lohnis had been mocked when he had claimed that he, and numerous other workers including Potthoft, had observed conjugation tubes connecting two bacterial cells. In the other nine flasks, there was no air, no mold formed, and no inversion of the sugar occurred; plainly air was needed for the molds and inversion to occur. His ‘Terrain theory’ developed into the opposing paradigm of the germ-based doctrine. Unfortunately, the magnitude of Béchamp’s decades of research was buried and discredited by Louis Pasteur. For Béchamp, disease occurs when the "terrain" or internal environment of the body becomes favorable to pathogenic organisms. How can this be? Microbial. He lived in Bucharest, Romania from the ages of 7 to 18 with an uncle who worked in the French ambassador's office. For this work, along with others, he was awarded the Daniel Dollfus Prize of the Société Industrielle de Mulhouse in 1864. In the solution without any added chemical, molds appeared in about 30 days, and the inversion of sugar occurred rapidly. He also found that the changes were more rapid in the flask in which the mold grew more rapidly. A thorough account of the pleomorphist case is given in the monograph by Felix Lohnis, 1922, entitled Studies upon the Life Cycle of Bacteria. Observations of pleomorphic bacteria too are becoming more commonly reported. Controversy between Béchamp and Pasteur in the Academies and elsewhere continued throughout the rest of their lives. If true, it may be because all things, or situations, exist at once in the Creation. Pathogens then become opportunistic and stimulate the occurrence of symptoms, which, if not corrected, ultimately culminate in disease. In these two flasks, molds soon appeared, and alteration in the medium ensued. (Verlag Walter de Gruyter, 1925). There are those within the alternative medicine community who consider the historical turn of events to be a great tragedy and, to the more polemically inclined, a criminal conspiracy masterminded by the pharmaceutical industry. Louis Pasteur (1822 – 1895) was a French chemist and microbiologist born in Dole. 4 Bechamp A. That contemporary was fellow French Academy of Sciences member Antoine Bechamp, one of France`s most prominent and active researchers and biologists whose theories and research results stood in stark opposition to Pasteur`s germ theory. (H. J. Kramer, 1991). (2012, August). 7 See Footnote 4. • Mattman L. The role of pleomorphic organisms in disease. Antoine Béchamp, MD, PhD. This site is NOT intended to be a substitute for a healthcare provider’s consultation: NEVER DISREGARD MEDICAL ADVICE OR DELAY IN SEEKING IT BECAUSE OF SOMETHING YOU HAVE SEEN ON THIS SITE. 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! 3 Olien, D. Pasteur Versus Béchamp: The History of Germ Theory. The germ theory was proven to be wrong on many aspects already 150 years ago, but you may know this only if you were really lucky enough to learn differently. Haematologia (Budap) 4, 27–47 (1970). In the second series, he spilled a little liquid from flasks 1 and 2 during manipulation, so these two flasks contained a little air in contact with the liquid. Compt. Béchamp's time in Lille was difficult, as ongoing disputes with Louis Pasteur led to efforts to have his work placed on the, Béchamp’s theory of life, which he derived from the study of subcellular granulations or. His name was Antoine Bechamp. Once again, Béchamp and Pasture crossed swords. Falk Chicago: Univ. His experiments supported the germ theory of disease. edeschi, G. G. & Amici, D. Mycoplasma-like microorganisms probably related to L forms of bacteria in the blood of healthy persons. Antoine Bechamp (1816-1908) ... the cancer germ is an intra- and extracellular bacterium that can be identified by special staining of cancerous tissue, ... and Bechamp’s microzymian theory and contrary views were an annoyance to the Academy. Béchamp, A. (3rd series) 54, 28-42. • Hort E. C. The life history of bacteria. Pierre Jacques Antoine Béchamp (October 16, 1816 – April 15, 1908) was a French scientist now best known for breakthroughs in applied organic chemistry and for a bitter rivalry with Louis Pasteur.. Béchamp developed the Béchamp reduction, an inexpensive method to produce aniline dye, permitting William Henry Perkin to launch the synthetic-dye industry. This website uses cookies to improve your experience while you navigate through the website. The ‘germ theory’, so-called, long antedated Pasteur – so long, in fact, that he was able to present it as new – and he got away with it! Germ theory denial in the age of the pandemic: SARS-CoV-2 is an exosome, not a virus! In the Newer Knowledge of Bacteria, edited by E. O. Jordan and I.S. He was the son of a miller. Ep.194 | Australia – where has the flu gone? Béchamp, on the other hand, claimed that the deterioration of the host body caused disease. • Novak M. V. Henrici A. T. Pleomorphic organism showing relationships between staphylococci and actinomycetes. Despite widespread acceptance of Pasteur’s germ theory, one germ for each disease, there were enough scientists who accepted the pleomorphism theory of microbial organisms, changing perhaps from helpful, benign, to pathogenic according to their immediate organic environments, or inner terrain. Yet Pasteur in his 1857 memoirs still clung to the idea that both the molds and ferments "take birth spontaneously", although his solutions all contained dead yeast or yeast broth which might have carried germs or ferments from the start. Bechamp’s perspective allows us to step back from tight focus and see the loose threads of the germ theory amidst a … Some viewed that bacteria are rudimentary components of the fungal life cycle. He deemed his chalk or geological microzymas "morphologically identical" with the microzymas of living beings. Cultural, morphological and histochemical data. Environ. 15) (Gillispie, C.C., ed. This was not an innocent mistake on Pasteur's part, but instead, deliberate fraud. Rudolf Steiner (1861-1925). Nature 222, 1285–1286 (1969). J Hyg. This might translate into an etiology for chronic inflammatory diseases, when the stressed bacteria increase in numbers and overwhelm the normal biological functions of the host. At this time, it was generally believed that fermentation could not take place except in the presence of albuminoids, which were in general use by Pasteur and others as part of their solutions. After the death of his uncle from cholera in 1834, he moved to Strasbourg to continue his studies at the. While Pasteur was promoting his “monomorphic” germ theory, Béchamp was developing the theory that the body’s ability to develop disease or to heal was dependent on its general condition or its internal environment. • Henrici, A. T. Morphologic Variation and the Rate of Growth of Bacteria. We now understand the concept of pleomorphism to mean the existence of irregular and variant forms in the same species or strain of microorganisms, a condition analogous to polymorphism in higher organisms. Bechamp versus Pasteur. Looking into Antoine Bechamp’s work (a contemporary of Louis Pasteur) you will find he was widely regarded as a quack, that the body of his work is “comprehensively wrong” as one author put it. Thus, before the 1900’s, if you could understand what caused infections, you could understand most diseases. These cookies do not store any personal information. Béchamp believed that microzymas were the living remains of plant and animal life of which, in either a recent or distant past, they had been the constituent cellular elements, and that they were in fact the primary anatomical elements of all living beings. Some of the accusations of plagiarism are therefore probably not justified. One of the biggest tragedies of human civilization is the precedence of chemicals over nutrition. Even renowned microbiologists like Ferdinand Cohn published evidence in support of extreme pleomorphism. The terrain - the internal environment - in response to various forces, fosters the development of germs from within. 31:95-103, 1920. SuperLife July 22, 2016. 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. He was the son of a miller. • Hort E. C. The reproduction of aerobic bacteria. Antoine Béchamp, MD, PhD. May 14, 2004. F References to pleomorphism disappeared in biology textbooks starting in the 1920s up to the present date. Necessary cookies are absolutely essential for the website to function properly. Today most microbiologists have been trained within the monomorphic doctrine. These ". " Béchamp always found microzymas remaining after the complete decomposition of a dead organism and concluded that they are the only non-transitory biological elements. Some pathogens are more virulent than others and some people are more susceptible to disease. In 1866, he sent the Academy of Science a memoir called, On the Role of Chalk in Butyric and Lactic Fermentations, and the Living Organism Contained in it, On Geological Microzymas of Various Origins. Bird, C. The Persecution and Trial of Gaston Naessens: The True Story of the Efforts to Suppress an Alternative Treatment for Cancer, AIDS, and Other Immunologically Based Diseases. Béchamp was able to show that all animal and plant cells contain these tiny particles which continue to live after the death of the organism and out of which microorganisms can develop. In innumerable laboratory experiments, he found microzymas everywhere, in all organic matter, in both healthy tissues and in diseased (where he also found them associated with various kinds of bacteria). Molds and inversion did not occur in the bottles with the added chemical. In essence, Pasteur taught that disease came from outside the body in the form of bacteria. Back in the day when Louis Pasteur proposed the Germ Theory and applied it to wine making to kill off the germs to create a sterilized product, no one questioned what it might do to the body. • Wood A. P., and Kelly, D. P. Re-classification of Thiobacillus thyasiris as Thibacillus thyasirae comb., nov., an organism exhibiting pleomorphism in response to environmental conditions. Cocci generally beget cocci, and rods give rise to rods. Monomorphism has eventually become the accepted scientific paradigm, but as we shall see, reports continue to appear demonstrating that bacteria exhibit extreme morphological variations and undergo complex life cycles. Now Dr. Lando takes over to give us the full download on the history of the Germ Theory conspiracy and why geniuses like Antoine Béchamp have been erased from what … Experientia 37, 513–515 (1981). Modern biochemistry and molecular techniques have greatly advanced our understanding of infectious diseases. Nothing is the prey of death. J Infect Dis 1933; 52: 252–267. The germ theory of disease holds that “specific microscopic organisms are the cause of specific diseases,” a statement that is so pervasive today that it seems self-evident. 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. 8 Young RO. The life cycles of bacteria. That contemporary was fellow French Academy of Sciences member Antoine Bechamp, one of France’s most prominent and active researchers and biologists whose theories and research results stood in stark opposition to Pasteur’s germ theory. 55:660-671, 1989. Before Béchamp's death, Leverson translated his book, The Blood and its Third Anatomical Element. Pasteur (1822-1895). Pasteur was a great orator and won the debate back in the late 1800s, which is unfortunate as the research is disproving “germ theory” and supporting Béchamp’s work that we can create an internal environment that supports health and discourages disease by the food choices we make. In order to get well, you need to identify and then kill whatever… London: HMSO, 1930.170-178. He sent his report to the Academy of Science in December 1857, and an extract was published in its reports of January 4, 1858. Bechamp’s assertion that these microforms, under varying conditions, might even change their shape was later proved conclusively by Felix Loehnis and N.R. Despite the dominance of Pasteur’s ‘germ theory’, Bechamp’s tiny ‘microzymas’ have been successfully ‘rediscovered’ several times in the 20th century, for example by ROYAL RIFE using his own revolutionary microscope to observe the particles changing into four different types.Rife handmade all the components of his microscopes, which could have thousands of operational parts. On heating the common chalk to 300 degrees, he found that it lost its powers of fermentation, and on examining more of the unheated common chalk under the microscope, he found it contained some "little bodies" similar to those found in prior observations, and which he found did not exist in the chemically pure CaCO3, nor in the chalk that had been heated. Rev. In Dictionaire de Biographie Française (Vol. Wade W. and Manalang C. Fungous development forms of Bacillus influenzae. And so a new truth can have a long wait before finally being accepted. Bechamp versus Pasteur. It claims that fixed species of microbes from an external source invade the body and are the first cause of infectious disease. R. Pearson’s Pasteur: Plagiarist, Imposter was originally published in 1942, and is a succinct introduction to both Louis Pasteur and Antoine Béchamp, and the reasons behind the troubled relationship that they shared for their entire working lives. SuperLife July 22, 2016. Nothing is lost, nothing is created... all is transformed. Béchamp did not charge him with plagiarism, but asked Pasteur to at least admit knowledge of Béchamp's 1857 work. LaLeva.org. document.getElementById("comment").setAttribute("id","a565da6748431765d87b2e761036e252");document.getElementById("ba11a54997").setAttribute("id","comment"); Copyright © 2021. Their power of movement and production of fermentation caused him to regard them as living organisms. The Blood and its Third Element is Béchamp’s explanation of his position, and his defense of it against Pasteur’s deceptions. I’ll also prime you by suggesting that, even if you’ve never heard of Claude Bernard, Antoine Béchamp, or “terrain theory” before, I bet you’ve encountered these ideas being invoked by quacks, antivaxxers, antimaskers, and anti-“lockdown” activists. Chim. Wood and Kelly recently showed that the morphology of a species of. The germ deniers put forth as their patron Saint Antoine Bechamp, a contemporary of Louis Pasteur. Endocytobiol July 4–8, 457–460 (1989). This volume contains new editions of two books which have been available only sporadically in the decades since their publication. Domingue, G. J. • Pease, P. E. The widespread bacterial endoparasitism in man and its possible role in malignant and autoimmune disease. • Tedeschi, G. G. & Amici, D. Mycoplasma-like microorganisms probably related to L forms of bacteria in the blood of healthy persons. 1928.39-45. (1866) Du rôle de la craie dans les fermentations butyrique et lactique, et des organismes actuellement vivants qu’elle contient. 75, 1519–1523. By clicking “Accept”, you consent to the use of ALL the cookies. Ep.197 | Are you a man, a woman or a person? Compt. He also first synthesized the organic derivative of arsenic, p-aminophenylarsonate, which was subsequently used in the treatment of trypanosomiasis. We also know there is great variability in the ability of many pathogenic organisms to cause disease and great variability in the host's immune system to combat diseases. A Brief History of Germ Theory vs Terrain Theory: 19th Century Pathologic Discoveries While Antoine Béchamp was a brilliant scientist with a remarkable mind, Louis Pasteur was very well-connected. The life cycle changes of the so-called C. hodgkini and their relation to the mutation changes in the species. THE CONTENT ON THIS SITE IS PRESENTED IN SUMMARY FORM, IS GENERAL IN NATURE, AND IS PROVIDED FOR INFORMATIONAL PURPOSES ONLY; IT IS NOT ADVICE, NOR SHOULD IT BE TREATED AS SUCH. Ann. 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As a pioneer of pathophysiology, Antoine Béchamp should have been recognized in the same way as Copernicus, Galileo and Newton. We use cookies on our website to give you the most relevant experience by remembering your preferences and repeat visits. Béchamp proved that the molecular granulation observed in yeast and other animal and vegetable cells had individuality and life, and the power to produce fermentation - so he also called them microzymas. Germ theory denial in the age of the pandemic: SARS-CoV-2 is an exosome, not a virus! The Post-Antibiotic Age: Germ Theory by Tim O'Shea. I’ll also prime you by suggesting that, even if you’ve never heard of Claude Bernard, Antoine Béchamp, or “terrain theory” before, I bet you’ve encountered these ideas being invoked by quacks, antivaxxers, antimaskers, and anti-“lockdown” activists. Louis Pasteur Vs Antoine Béchamp and The Germ Theory of Disease Causation Germ Theory / Health and well-being / MindMaps This is an exert from a great document. 16: 1-246. Béchamp, however, was too much of a gentleman to make any unpleasant charges. So, our bodies are in effect mini-ecosystems, or biological terrains in which nutritional status, level of toxicity and pH (or acid/alkaline balance) play key roles. had the power of movement and were smaller than any of the microphytes seen in fermentation or molds - but were more powerful ferments than any he had encountered previously. It was not until Pasteur’s work became publicized in the 19th century that it gained widespread acceptance. Being the first to realize that these molds or ferments were living organisms, he naturally was also the first to attempt to determine their true nature and functions, and their origins. Louis Pasteur Vs Pasteur’s main theory is known as the Germ Theory Of Disease. J 1:571-575, 1917. (H. J. Kramer, 1991). the concept of pleomorphism could evolve. In addition, they carry out the vital function of decomposition (or are the precursors of beings - bacteria, yeasts and fungi - which do so). Compt. Ann Sclavo 14, 430–442 (1972). (1872) Seconde observation sur quelques communications récentes de M. Pasteur, notamment sur la théorie de la fermentation alcoolique. Study shows vaccinated children appear to be significantly less healthy than the unvaccinated. Professor Béchamp 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. (1854) De l’action des protosels de fer sur la nitronaphtaline et la nitrobenzine. 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. Pasteur's main theory is known as the Germ Theory Of Disease. • Almquist, E. Variation and life cycles of pathogenic bacteria. It is a matter of perspective, much like looking at a tapestry. Given the species specificity of some pathogens, we cannot always infect animals to prove causation, nor can we always culture an organism. Bechamp lived from 1816 to 1908, the dawn of modern medicine and the beginning of microbiology. Information gathered from tens of thousands of bacterial genomes has had a major impact on our views of the bacterial world. Biological Research Institute, Warburton, Australia 4(1). Pasteur and Bechamp disagreed greatly about the true cause of illness. If true, it may be because all things, or situations, exist at once in the Creation. This laid the foundation for the principle of. J. Med. The Post-Antibiotic Age: Germ Theory by Tim O'Shea. 11–12, Charles Scribner’s Sons. Ep.195 | Fraud – How banks create money out of thin air and charge you interest. Pasteur essentially dug up the germ theory London: Balliere Tyndall and Cox, 1928. Pasteur evaded the question, merely admitting that Béchamp’s work was "rigidly exact". • Nonclercq, M. (1979) Antoine Béchamp, père de la biologie (1816–1908). Unlike Pasteur, who spawned a mentality of fearfully killing germs to prevent disease, Béchamp essentially understood the balance - and the importance - of the environments we create with foods that either support or do no not support disease. Upon his death, it took eight entire. The practice of Western medicine is based on Pasteur’s germ phobia which gives rise to the use of vaccinations, antibiotics, and other anti-microbials. In A system of Bacteriology in Relation to Medicine. • Béchamp, A. These cookies will be stored in your browser only with your consent. (1858) De l’influence que l’eau pure, ou chargée de divers sels, exerce, à froid, sur le sucre de canne. The original pleomorphists were particularly vocal during the late 1800’s into the first three decades of the 20th century. 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