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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Nevertheless he knew that I had demonstrated the inversion of the bechqmp by organized productions which are born in sugared water exposed to the air. We demonstrated two facts equally essential, viz. This was left on a shelf in Bechamp’s laboratory until the end of Department of Agriculture says in his report for page But this is only a small part of the mischief perpetrated.
Antoine Béchamp – Wikipedia
He does conclude that the ferment is a living being, yet states that this “cannot be irrefutably demonstrated”. The relevance of his work to the dilemmas that beset modern medical science bechqmp as yet unrealised.
He raised his artist’s eyes from the sickness of silk worms to the sorrows hechamp mankind: In this he describes experiments he made which proved to his satisfaction that tuberculosis often followed the inoculation of animals with various materials mostly biological from non-tubercular sources, and that even a wound might be followed by tuberculosis.
In the living and healthy atoine the Protits function as the physiological and chemical agents of the transformations gechamp take place during the process of nutrition. In this paper he described the corpuscles as airborne and to be found on mulberry leaves, and he also described a second silk worm disease different from pebrine, which he called flacherie, and on which he had published a pamphlet privately, on April 11, It is difficult, however, to realize the resistance which was offered from many sources to the demonstration that the phenomenon of fermentation is a phenomenon of nutrition accomplishing itself in the ferment.
This was intended to be introduced as a special chapter in an extensive work on inoculations and their relations to pathology, upon which the translator of this antone had been engaged, almost exclusively, for some fourteen years.
While waiting to specify them, I admitted that under the conditions of the experiment “germs brought by the air found in the sugared solution a favorable medium for their antoime 1 ; a development during which the new organism, making use of wntoine materials present, effects the synthesis of the nitrogenized and non-nitrogenized materials of its substance.
The simple fact of the matter is that no one has yet been able to repeat Koch’s experiment successfully. As has been mentioned repeatedly, it is very sensitive to the action of heat and is completely destroyed by heating for one hour at 55 degrees C. Roux had the audacity to write that “the medical work of Pasteur began with the study of fermentations” Agenda du chimiste for ; this was an absolute untruth, for seven years later M.
I have demonstrated in an already old communication that the protoplasmic system, false in its principles, is false also in its consequences. Among these experiments, all antoinne with one another, I select two, because, reducing the problem to its simplest expression, they leave no room for doubt concerning the legitimacy of the conclusions I deduced from them. They are what makes the worms sick! In there remained 26 of the year animals, all giving a positive tuberculin reaction.
There is profit in fighting and treating the symptoms of disease with drugs. In this, among many false claims, was the statement that he had discovered “the fact that ferments are living beings”, giving no credit to Bechamp whatever.
When Alexander Fleming discovered penicillin, it spawned a focus on fighting germs and disease with antibiotics bechajp drugsleaving food in the antoinee.
In process of time, the similarity of their composition and of certain of their common properties with the albumin of the white of egg led to these matters being formed into the groups of the albuminoid matters. I agree most heartily with Dr Leverson’s antoihe that “the forcing of these inoculations upon individuals by law is one of the worst tyrannies imaginable, and should be resisted even to the death of the official who is enforcing it.
But the conception had none the less as a consequence the assertion that, in disease, it is the elementary tissues or the cellules which are affected. Matter is endowed only with chemical and physical activity.
Pasteur, apparently, had not finally given up his “spontaneous generation” ideas until orand since then, had ascribed all signs of fermentation, and all disease, to airborne germs, yet here he denies that this disease is parasitic! We must then anttoine that that which was true of the moulds was so in the same sense as in the case of beer yeast and of the ferment of the lees of wine; that is to say, that the cellules of these ferments invert cane sugar under the same conditions, in spite of the creosote, and before any other phenomenon of transformation is produced; it is found, in effect, that the yeast contains the soluble ferment which inverts, as the mould also contains it.
By a series of intricate experiments, including the filtration of air and the famous exposure of unfermented liquids antoinee the pure air of the high Alps, he was able to declare with certainty in that the minute organisms causing fermentation were not spontaneously generated but came from similar organisms with which ordinary air was impregnated. At least so it is whispered now by veteran microbe hunters who were there and remember those brave antoime.
In a few years, the germ theory of disease will out there with the flat earth theory where it belongs. Further, so-called rabies can be shown to be the direct result of serum injections.
Pasteur Versus Béchamp: The History of Germ Theory
In the clear solution of the first we have beer yeast and the alcoholic fermentation; in the solution to which chalk as been added it is lactic yeast and lactic fermentation which will be developed. Note that those immigrants from countries having compulsory vaccination die off at a rate three to four times higher than immigrants from countries not having compulsory vaccination. It’s all quite well documented – Bechamp and Pasteur were both members of the French Academy of Sciences, and the papers they submitted, and their correspondance, both to each other and to other people, were all recorded.
And according to the same principles it was said that water could transmute itself into earth, the earth into a poplar, and that the blood begets itself by the transmutation of flesh into the flowing liquor. The Great Medical Problems, the first part of which is ready for the printer, Vinous Fermentation, translation complete; New Researches upon the Albuminoids, also complete, etc. From that oscillation it was learned that it always beat the same measure, that the duration of the oscillation is independent of its amplitude and Huyghens discovered the law of the pendulum’s oscillation by connecting it with the galleon principle of falling bodies.
Miss Hume goes on to show that his treatment for rabies and his anthrax serum were the same colossal failure and fraud, as will be shown in Chapter Eight, and she discusses other plagiarisms on Pasteur’s part, but it hardly seems necessary to go into all of these matters here.
You see, you have MRSA, cancer, viruses, and bacteria in you and on you all the time, every day! Thereupon lactic fermentations were produced by treating solutions of the sugars with all sorts of animal membranes and tissues, with cream cheese or gluten, and at the same time with chalk used to saturate the lactic acid as it was produced.
This declaration is applicable to my experiments of the memoir ofwhich are really demonstrative and which Pasteur has attempted to ascribe to himself while imitating after repeating them. In innumerable laboratory experiments, assisted now by Professor A. Thus from the study of a simple chemical fact, I was led to investigate the causes of fermentation, and the nature and origin of ferments.
He divided diseases into those which infect by immediate contact, through intermediate agents, and at a distance through the air. But there was not at that time any question about the medical doctrines of Pasteur and I did not then have to defend the microzymas against the denials of that savant; it was otherwise some years later.
But it can be seen from his Treatise upon Elementary Chemistry, published inthat he had established that yeast is a quarternary nitrogenized body, and that which remained of it at the end of the fermentation contained less nitrogen, and that besides the alcohol a little acetic acid was formed.
None of this would matter a toss, of course, except for the minor point that western chemistry-based medicine is built on a foundation of unquestioning “Pasteurism”.