Viruses

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According to mainstream germ theory, viruses are contagious microbes that can be passed from one organism to the other and cause diseases. This pages describes the alternative views on this as presented by Béchamp and others.

Summary

  • Béchamp proposed the pleomorphic theory,[A 1] where different organic elements can evolve into other organic elements and vice versa[A 2]
    • microzyma <-> virus <-> bacteria <-> fungi
  • Pleomorphism

"Claude Bernard, argued that disease was caused by variations in the host’s internal milieu, or “terrain,” to which the microbes responded by changing form in order to survive.

"According to this theory, the vitality of the host was the principal factor in disease. Relatively small changes in the internal environment made the “terrain” attractive and hospitable to different types of invading organisms: a weak host not only “invited” invading organisms to take up residence, but actually cultured them, inducing their changes into pathological forms.

"A strong and vital host, on the other hand, was inhospitable and would keep pathological organisms and disease at bay. This is the pleomorphic terrain theory of disease."[A 3]

What are viruses

See also vaccines

Common vaccines given to children in the United States[M 1]
Vaccine Pathogen Doses Comments Refs
HEP-B Hepatitis B 3 [M 2]
DTaP Diptheria 5 [M 3]
Tetanus [M 4]
Pertussis [M 5]
HiB Haemophilus influenzae 4 [M 6]
IPV Polio 4 [M 7]
PCV Pneumococcal conjugate 4 [M 8]
RV Rotavirus 3 [M 9]
FLU Influenza 5 [W 1]
MMR Measles 2 [M 10]
Mumps [M 11]
Rubella [M 12]
VAR Varicella (Chickenpox) 2 [M 13]
HPV Human Papilloma Virus 1 [M 14]
MCV Meningococcal Conjugate 2 [M 15]
MenB Meningococcal B 2 [M 16]
HEP-A Hepatitis A 2 [M 17]

List of viral diseases (mainstream)

  1. Hepatitis (A, B and "C")
  2. Diptheria
  3. Tetanus
  4. Pertussis
  5. Haemophilus influenzae
  6. Polio
  7. Pneumococcal conjugate
  8. Rotavirus
  9. Influenza
  10. Measles
  11. Mumps
  12. Rubella
  13. Varicella (Chickenpox)
  14. Human Papilloma Virus
  15. Meningococcal Conjugate
  16. Meningococcal B
  17. Smallpox[M 18]
  18. Zika[M 19]
  19. Ebola
  20. Yellow fever
  21. Corona/Covid/SARS-2-Covid19

Alternative explanations

  • Polio - related to the pesticide DDT, arsenic and phosphorus[A 4]

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