Germs vs Terrain
We’re taught there are infectious microorganisms that can enter our bodies and make us sick. This view on illness is called germ theory. Though widely taught and accepted, there’s no scientific evidence for it.
There’s another view on illness, which sees bacteria and viruses as essential players in symbiosis with our cells in our bodies. Illnesses originate from internal and external environmental toxicity and poor diet. This view is called terrain theory.
A word of clarification on the statement “viruses do not exist” is needed.
What the medical establishment claims to be viruses, are manifestations of our own bodies that happen when there’s an insult. They are a reaction to toxins, a defense mechanism. They are not the cause of illness but the solution, created inside and by the body to solve a specific problem and they’re not transmissible.
We know they’re not transmissible because scientists tried to infect healthy people with the Spanish flu using fluids from the sick. They squirted the fluids in the nose, throat and even injected it. The healthy did NOT took ill.
So the idea of a virus as an infectious particle in the air or fluids causing infection and illness is false. That does not exist. At the very least, decent science to prove the notion does not exist.
Around 1900-1930, scientists weren’t at all decided on which theory was correct. Germ theory took root after Rockefeller funded germ theory advocate Louis Pasteur “won” the discussion by presenting fraudulent proof of infection against terrain theory advocate Antoine Béchamps.
Another nail in the terrain theory coffin was the Rockefeller funded Carnegie Flexner report [archive.org, pdf] which weaponized politics in favor of centralized, drug-based medicine against natural medicine. It was a hostile takeover.
Why would somebody want this falsehood sustained?
Fear for organisms invading your body sells drugs and vaccines. Viruses also provide a cover explanation when people get sick from environmental toxicity or to perpetrate a pandemic power grab for totalitarian control.
Proponents of terrain theory
- Stefan Lanka
- Andrew Kaufman
- Thomas Cowan (article, channel)
Book: The Contagion Myth
- David Parker and Dawn Lester
- Tom Barnett
- Brecht Arnaert (NL)
- Amandha Vollmer