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The germ theory, even though it is still a theory, has somehow become a fact today. Many people today are scared of these “little monsters” and believe that they cause diseases. They wash their hands with antibacterial soap at every opportunity because dirt touches their hands. They may use wipes to clean the handle of a shopping cart every time they go to the store. They don’t realize that the actual toxins in the soaps and wipes are more harmful than the bacteria they are trying to avoid. We praise so-called good bacteria and blame bad germs every time we get a cold. However, in nature there is no such thing. Good germs and bad germs don’t exist. What you are about to learn is very simple. Allopathic medicine wants you to believe that germs attack a weak immune system (which is why they want to inject you with a vaccine to “strengthen” your immune system). No, what you are about to learn is that the germ is there is assist or bring back homeostasis to an imbalanced body.

The germ theory has been a lie for over 100 years now. This theory was created by the beloved Louis Pasteur in the late 1800’s. He’s supposedly a hero in modern medicine. He believed that germs fly around the air and randomly attack people, which cause diseases. This is the direction that allopathic medicine went when Rockefeller took over it in 1910. Today there is always news about some new virus or bacterial infection spreading that may strike you. Allopathic practitioners stress that you should take vaccines to prevent them. Wash your hands everywhere you go. Cover your mouth when you cough because it’s flu season. And on and on.

What’s happening today is that our bodies are becoming more and more toxic. That means we are becoming more imbalanced. This is causing the germ to adapt to its environment, at which point it begins to go to work to bring balance back to its terrain. Instead of allowing the germ to do its job, we try to kill the germ with antibacterial products because we don’t understand the purpose of the symptoms. What people don’t understand is that you cannot kill the germ unless you kill the host. Why? Because we are germs! Without them, there will be no life as we know it. We couldn’t breathe or digest food. Plants wouldn’t grow and waste products couldn’t decay. All life is made possible because of germs.

Everyone has heard of friendly bacteria for your gut. The yogurt commercials make sure of that. Have you ever wondered how there can be “friendly bacteria” and bad bacteria? Let’s analyze this for a moment. What do these friendly bacteria do in the gut? They break down the waste in the digestive system and help the body to eliminate the waste through the bowels, which helps you to have better bowel movements. These germs are called “friendly” because they don’t cause symptoms. Now let’s look at germs from a different area of the body. Everyone has the strep bacteria in them. Then why aren’t we all sick? This is quite simple. When there is a big enough imbalance in the terrain, the strep bacteria will do what it was created to do. Eat up what doesn’t belong. It will stir up an immune response, and the body will begin to create inflammation to trap and seal off what doesn’t belong. The mucous membranes will also bring support by trapping the waste. You then cough out what doesn’t belong. Your doctors see the strep but don’t understand what’s really happening. They believe that the strep is the problem.

It seems that antibiotics are prescribed for every cough, and there is a price to pay when taking them. Antibiotics mean anti-life. They damage living organisms. The idea is that they kill the germ that is causing your symptoms, but the germ will adapt by changing itself. The harder you try to kill it, the more you stimulate the germ. The more waste you build up in the body, the more work the bacteria has to do.

Let me give you another example to help you understand. Let’s say you have a friend who decides they want to just put all their trash in the garage. Week by week the garage builds up with piles of trash. The more you go over there the more flies you begin see. That friend then decides that they are going to spray the flies with bug killer to get rid of them. They then realize that the flies are going away for a short period of time. So the friend continues to put more trash in the garage. Sooner or later they begin to see that the bug killer is no longer working like it was. The flies become uncontrollable. They complain to you and ask what they should do. Naturally this is a simple answer. You would tell them to clean out the trash from the garage and the flies will then go away. So they do and the flies disappear. Now the question is did they really get rid of the flies? Of course not. The moment they do the same thing again, the flies will return. This is what nature does. Nature only presents itself when there is an opportunity. Now let’s go back. Why are the flies there? They are there to clean up the environment. In this case, the fly represents the germ. The garage represents the terrain (body,) and the trash represents the waste that you build up in the terrain. The bug spray is the ineffective, misunderstood antibiotic.

If you don’t have trash in your body then the germ cannot affect you. This was demonstrated by Claude Bernard, Louis Pasteur’s mentor. In their time, they had a cholera epidemic in Paris. Bernard did not believe that this issue was caused by unsanitary conditions. To prove that his theory was true, he once drank a glass of water that had cholera in it at a lecture. To everyone’s surprise, Bernard did not become ill in any way. As he would say, “The terrain is everything, the germ is nothing!”

Antoine Bechamp, also a French chemist and Pasteur rival in their time, also didn’t believe that germs cause diseases. He also saw bacteria as a part of life. He called them “microzymas.” He first saw the bacteria in fermenting solutions and then later in living blood and tissues of the body. He discovered that instead of the germ dying with its host, the germ actually decomposed it and created a new host. He showed that bacteria helps to create new life.

You may ask why people are dying in third world countries from bacteria infections. What do these third world countries all have in common? No clean water and lack of food. If you drink dirty water, what do you do to your terrain? Naturally it’s going to create a serious imbalance. Many experience a fever in these poor areas of the world because the body is trying to bring itself back to homeostasis. If unsuccessful ,the fever gets higher and higher. The imbalance becomes too great, and the germ begins to eat up the dying tissues of the person. Remember, this is what they do. In this case, the person’s body is so far out of balance that the germs will begin to decay it.

You cannot get rid of bacteria. Bacteria, fungus, and parasites all have a purpose in life. If you are having an issue with these organisms, killing them isn’t the answer. Change the terrain to change the condition so the germ can go back to normal. Did you know that we have at least ten times more germs than we do cells? There are more germs that live on one person then we have people in the world. The creator made germs to live in harmony with us, not to harm us.

Today we have an antibiotic resistance issue. Why? Read the article again if you don’t know that answer. Why does the traditional medical system looking seem so clueless about of this issue? Because they simply don’t understand the purpose of life.

 “The terrain is everything, the germ is nothing!” Claude Bernard