germOnce upon a time people were afraid of germs. They blamed the germ as a cause of contagious disease because they didn’t have any other ideas. They didn’t question why germs affected only some people, and not others. They didn’t analyze why some people got well, and not others. So they chose to kill the lot of them.
Few questioned the authorities who demonized the germ, and developed various strategies to eliminate them– pasteurization, sterilization, irradiation, chemicals, pesticides, antibiotics, heavy metal preservatives (mercury), and vaccines. Those who controlled the science believed that sterilizing the body and the soil was the answer that would save humanity. And the people believed them. They never thought to ask the germs.

Welcome to 2014 where America, the nation that prescribes the most antibiotics and touts the highest vaccinated populations in the world also has the highest infant mortality rates, the second-highest rate of death by coronary artery disease, the second-highest rate of death by lung disease, and the highest rate of women dying due to complications of pregnancy and childbirth. Here is where 45% of the population has at least one chronic disease and one in thirty-two kids suffer from neurological and gastrointestinal degeneration known as autism.

Where did we go wrong?

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. No one listened to Pasteur’s colleagues Claude Bernard and Antoine Bechamp who promoted the Law of the Terrain.

These men viewed the body as a biological ecosystem in which nutritional status and toxicity were key factors. They considered the strength of the immune system – the terrain – to be key in determining health. They believed germs to be the scavengers of disease that manifest when the body’s natural metabolic processes are thrown off. They knew our nature IS nature and as a part of nature we are self-sustaining, self-regulation, self-healing, and self-protecting. We come with natural defenses by birthright.

In his book The Third Element of the Blood, Bechamp identified a certain group of microbes that take on different forms, based on the conditions of their environment. Today we call these environmental conditions “epigenetic factors.” Bad bacteria, viruses, and fungi, he argued, are merely the forms assumed by the bugs when the terrain favors disease. These bugs give off toxic byproducts, which further weaken the terrain. According to Bechamp and Bernard, germs were merely symptoms, which lead to more symptoms to become a disease.

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.

Fear has always motivated action, and today, fear of the germ drives industry’s bottom line. First the wine industry, and later the dairy industry, the food industry, the Ag industry, the medical industry, and the media, all use fear of an invisible germ as the trigger to sell their products. Scientists give into the glamor of “modern medicine” without evaluating the consequences. And in the process, these medicines weaken the body and the land’s ability to self-sustain, self-generate, self-protect, and self-heal.

Today, there remain no long-term studies on single or bundled vaccines, yet infants without fully-developed immune systems receive up to nine vaccines in one baby “wellness” visit, each vaccine containing 25 ug mercury as well as aluminum, both neurotoxins.

Increased deaths and epidemics of infectious disease outbreaks in vaccinated populations mean vaccine FAILURE.  With vaccine-induced diseases more prevalent, such as systemic inflammation, encephalitis, Guillain–Barré Syndrome, Autoimmune/Inflammatory Syndrome Induced by Adjuvants (ASIA), or Demyelinating disease, AFP (Acute Flaccid Paralysis), Autism, and dozens of verified vaccine adverse events listed by CDC’s own VAERS database, including death, we see that the Germ theory has become obsolete.

The recent push to vaccinate everyone against every new disease diagnosis is reflected in attempted mandates and in the vaccine schedule, which now stands at 49 doses of 14 vaccines by the age of 6 years. There is no informed consent provided by the practitioners, no disclosure of heavy metals and carcinogens being injected, and no liability by vaccine makers should the patient suffer a vaccine injury. The responsibility falls solely on those who consent to the jab. Children are now being asked to consent without parental supervision, under pressure. If vaccine injury results, there is a Vaccine Injury Compensation Trust Fund that is paid for by the taxpayer. In other words, pay now and pay later.

Once solely focused on infectious disease, vaccines have begun to target cancer and neurological disease (Alzheimer’s). There is no longer any rhyme or reason or limit to what might be included in the mix. Any new disease label is ripe for a custom vaccine. The failed strategy has always been “focus on symptoms, not the cause.” If you disagree with this concept you may be diagnosed with Oppositional Defiant Disorder. But have no fear. A vaccine to prevent an outbreak is, no doubt, in the works.

If artificial immunity worked, there wouldn’t be a need for boosters.  Why don’t vaccines and their boosters work? There are at least eight reasons that come to mind:

1) vaccine immunity wanes over time (2-5 years) and in some cases doses not generate antibodies at all.
2)  vaccine antibodies do not match the wild virus, as seen with Mumps and Pertussis outbreaks.
3) the wild virus mutates (similar to microbes vs. antibiotics) to vaccine resistant forms.
4) vaccine makers fudge the results of their studies to gain a monopoly
5) vaccine toxicity weakens the immune system to cause disease
6)  viral shedding from vaccines spreads disease
7)  vaccines don’t work.
8)  vaccination is not immunization, which flows from natural immunity.

Manmade vaccines cannot replicate the body’s natural experience. The real decline of disease is due to better diet, improved sanitation and improved living conditions. If we continue to ignore these truths and the fact that our bacteria and viruses are part of our inner and outer environments, we do so at our expense.

Either Bernard and Bechamp were way ahead of their time or we are embarrassingly behind the times. The fact is we are 10:1 more bacteria than human cells. We are germs and germs are us.

The science has shown that natural immunity requires a whole body response, from B-cells, T-cells, macrophages, bacteria and viruses. A message to Big Pharma and the CDC; Antibodies, by themselves, are not required for immunity. And new research shows that we are, by nature, 8% viral.

Our bodies, like the planet, are bacterial and viral. We are no greater than our smallest inhabitants. We are along for the ride, just as they are. We adapt and mutate just like they do. It’s called adaptive mutation. To kill off our bugs is to kill off ourselves. The Germ Theory is based on a false foundation. It’s time to let go of false theories. The Law of the Terrain is supreme and will live happily ever after. The end.

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