HISTORY OF BLOOD

 

DR. ENDERLEIN was a researcher focusing on the origin of chronic diseases, including cancer as well as their successful counteraction. He was a biologist, zoologist, and chief curator of the zoological Museum in Berlin, where he eventually was production manager of the firm SANUM and founded his own biological Institute, developing mould fungi.

 

PROF. BECHAMP , another prodigy of the times, was a chemist and biologist who claimed that all animal and plant cells contained tiny granules called microzymas, which do not perish at the death of the organism. They cause fermentation and from there, other microorganisms arise. They are in each living thing/body and are truly non-perishing and indestructible. They form the transition between non-living and living matter.

 

Microzymas develop themselves into bacteria with peutrifaction and fermentation. Thus disease begins in the body and is called pleomorphism.

 

PASTEUR interrupted this important work with some new thoughts on disease but admitted his error on his deathbed. He initially said that all disease originates OUTSIDE the body, from pre-existing bacteria. He later agreed that milieu is critical.

 

CLAUDE BERNARD , a physiologist, said “No, Gentlemen, the microbe is nothing. The milieu is everything.”

 

These brilliant minds spun off each other’s work and Dr. Enderlein, being the youngest leader of such thought, was carefully respectful of those who made his work possible. PASTEUR was 73, BECHAMP was 79 and ENDERLEIN was 23, thus Enderlein remained the contemporary.

 

DR. ENDERLEIN’S work in darkfield microscopy shows that the tiniest moving beings enter into union with higher organized bacteria.

 

He observed the sexual processes through with both higher and lower forms came about, and he called them SPERMITS.

 

SPERMITS provided basic functions such as thrombocytes, in cases of blood coagulation. Thus, all life corresponded to a “gigantic primary symbiosis” because without the possibility of blood coagulation, there could be no vertebrates.

 

From here, after the discovery of spermits, the foundation of living forms was further unfolded by ENDERLEIN resulting in his “struggle for survival” theory.

 

In 1915 he isolated the endobiont in the form of a bacterial phase and named it MUCOR RACEMOSUS FRESEN. Endobiont is constantly present in the blood. The relevant clinical form of disease depends on the conditions of the milieu for its development. This fungal parasite unfolds all stages of its total development within the body and can attack all tissues and organs.

 

Endobioant most often occurs as carcinoma and lung tuberculosis. These parasites in their chondrit stage may also occur in most of other diseases.

 

The pH of the blood is altered through the Endobiont, wherby it must especially be emphasized that the Endobiont expressly devours protein. That means that any undigested nutritional reserves are fuel for disease. Fibrin is indicative of inflammation in the system and blood and is made primarily of undigested proteins. These undigested proteins are the building blocks for aberrant cells. As a result, we have ever enlarging preconditions in support of the continuous and relentless development of the endobiont.

 

 

An Endobiont is a primary life form and includes the lower phases of development, called the PROTITIT, PROTIT AND CHONDRIT. All are apathogenic and influence tissue causing degeneration.

 

 

“There is not a multitude of diseases but only one constitutional disease, namely the constant over-acidification of blood, which disturbs the central regulation of the human body, disorienting it, all of which is mainly the result of an inverted way of living and eating.”

 

He also said that all chronic diseases are in endobiont form. They develop their own metabolism that poisons the human body fluid predominantly by high-grade rise in LACTIC ACID production.

 

Disrespecting natural biological laws, means that we turn our backs on instinct. Thus the endobiont has applied itself consciously for our benefit to provide services in favour of the mutual symbiotic association.

 

 

DR. ENDERLEIN STATED:

 

“There is not a multitude of diseases but only one constitutional disease, namely the constant over-acidification of blood, which disturbs the central regulation of the human body, disorienting it, all of which is mainly the result of an inverted way of living and eating.”