He revolutionized the field of medicine, and has numerous institutions named after him for his efforts. He was one of the most celebrated scientists of his time, and a giant in medical circles even today. He supposedly proved the Germ Theory of disease, the basis of most medical education.
But Louis Pasteur’s science was highly questionable.
Today on Thinking with Somebody Else’s Head, Debunking the Germ Theory of Disease.
Well, we are entering sacred territory today on our program. Pasteur’s ideas have been sacrosanct for at least a century, and all significant medical research is based on his proposals. The multi-billion dollar industry that is cancer, AIDS and numerous other disease research initiatives if firmly entrenched in our western world, as is the powerful pharmaceutical industry, and even the areas of immunology and vaccination. Not much of modern medicine is untouched by Pasteur’s influence.
But in looking at his life, you enter a world of subterfuge, deception and just plain wrong conclusions that were cynically adopted by Carnegie and Rockefeller in the U.S. and used to influence medical research and education in most of the developed world. And for one distinct purpose – to sell pharmaceuticals that there were developing form the waste products from their coal and oil industries. That’s right … there were serious ulterior motives at play in the promotion of Pasteur’s questionable scientific conclusions.
Not the first time this has happened of course. Henry Ford was instrumental in leading the move in America for the creation of the suburbs. “We shall solve the city problem by leaving the city,” he stated, thereby combining his social vision with his economic self-interest. You can sell a lot more cars if people are commuting back and forth for miles every day.
This blatant manipulation for economic reasons is not new to us, is it? Were any of us surprised to find former vice-president Dick Cheney’s company, Halliburton, picked to lead the re-building of Iraq shortly after its former CEO pushed so hard for the war that would necessitate the re-building?
But what may surprise you is that there was an entirely different scientific view than Pasteur’s being elaborated at the same time – in total opposition to Pasteur’s ideas – and this science is the more certain one, as proven by research in many locations, including our International Society of Analytical Trilogy here in Brazil. And, of course, 2500 years of Chinese medicine.
That more complete science came from the formidable research of French biologist and medical doctor, Antoine Bechamp, and who has ever heard of him? Incredible, isn’t it? His work is far more in line with Dr. Keppe’s studies in psychosomatic medicine, and this truly deserves our attention today.
Today, medical doctor and infectious disease specialist, Dr. Roberto Giraldo joins me to talk about Bechamp’s lost but important science.