January 17th, 2011 | Blog, References, Stories & News, Antoine Bechamp, bacteria, bion, cellular, darkfield, DNA, enzymes, Florence Nightingale, Gaston Naessens, germ, Guenther Enderlein, history, Louis Pasteur, medicine, microzyma, nanobacteria, nanobe, Olavi Kajander, orgone, Philippa Uwins, pleomorphic, RNA, Rosenow, Royal Rife, science, terraine, vaccine, virus, Wilhelm Reich
In 2003 when I first started writing for Healthy Options magazine in New Zealand I did a three day fast and spent a couple days at the Auckland library (some people do prayer and fasting, I do reading and fasting-heh). Now those of you who do fasts know that it is a good way to clear your mind and get great focus. I don’t think I had any particular interest in the vaccine issue at the time, so it was some synchronistic event that made me pull a book on vaccines from the shelf and read it. At the time I was astonished to learn about Antoine Béchamp and his research on what is now termed the cellular theory. I photocopied the section from the book about Béchamp and filed it away for future reference.
“Disease is born of us and in us.” – Béchamp