Bechamp found life forms that he called microzymas that he found to be indestructable http://www.whale.to/v/bechamp1.html
Alan Cantwell commented on them, you may be able to get something from his email, I’d love for someone to match up the pleomorphists http://www.whale.to/v/pleomorphism.htm/a different
different terms and put them into layman’s language, turns my brain cells to mush.
I am not sure about this – as I have never seen “a microzyma” for SURE – altho I wonder if those coccoid forms in tissue in cancer, etc. are related to “microzymas.”
I do believe these coccoid forms – also referred to as granules, spores, dust forms, etc…. are somewhat of a “basic unit” in that they can transform into a number of “different” bacterial species – in the LABORATORY………………and these “coccoid forms” have ultramicroscopic forms as well – which are for definitely “virus-size” – and I suspect some “viruses” are merely the smallest forms of these bacteria.
I think at this state of our “knowledge” – which is “kindergarten” for sure – it is best NOT to be DOGMATIC about any of this…….the whole issue of “bacteria” in cancer,etc – and ALSo in the blood – needs more study……what is truly TRAGIC is that few people are doing this – and, in general, the whole issue of the “cancer microbe” work is ignored.
Plus, Bechamp was a biochemist – and I am not — and at that time microphotography was not available – so hard to say EXACTLY what he was looking at.
I think Wilhelm Reich’s work with
“T bacilli” (below) is in accord with Bechamp – he believed these bacteria actually DERIVED from cells that had lost their “energy” — and there is some evidence that GENETIC REMNANTS of “viruses” and “bacteria” are present in all cells. Certainly the “oncogene” is believed to be a reality.
I also think it is fruitless to try and “separate” all this out – after all, the BACTERIA are us — and WE are the bacteria.
Methinks the only hope it to try and keep a healthy “balance” between “them” and “us” – and to try and keep Mother Nature’s biologic clock ticking as long as possible for us to enjoy a decent life span.
I don’t think I answered your question – but it’s the best I can do – in our current state of “ignorance.”