Last week I mentioned the ‘one electron’ theory that Richard Feynman wrote about. This is the idea that there is only one electron in the universe and this electron has the ability to appear across space-time as many. Simple right?
The theory of particle regeneration by Antoine Bechamp is our bodies version of the universal electron in my opinion. In the center of each cell is the mitochondria (the cell power house). In the center of the mitochondria is what appears to be a speck of light (living particle) with a crystalline structure. This is the command center of the cell that directs the cell to regenerate, degenerate or turn to cancer. Antoine discovered this and called it the ‘microzyma’ in 1864. He found it to be physiologically imperishable and autonomously alive, meaning it has the ability to adapt to any circumstances while maintaining its purpose to enhance and produce life, whether for the host or for itself.
Here is the fun part…
This light or living body (microzyma) is directed by signals from our nervous system beginning in our thought as our thought is light impulses. Over time these thought impulses and the emotions generated by them create patterns within our nervous system that become programs. The cells fate is literally programmed by our consistent thought impulses through the microzyma (command center). Simply put; we do not catch diseases. We build them.
Antoine Bechamp was implying that all disorder and disease biologically comes from the inside out to put it simply. Bechamp’s theories were verified just over one hundred years later by Gaston Naessens, a French scientist.
Louis Pasteur was a contemporary of Bechamp and manipulated this idea in order to create the germ theory of disease. Pasteurs theory basically says that disease is “out there” and must be fought. Most people know about Pasteur by the process of Pasteurization or heating liquid to 500 plus degrees in order to kill everything. The result is dead food. Further, Pasteurs theory is the foundation of the pharmaceutical and “health” industry as we know it today.
“Human beings, the potentially highest form of life expression on this planet have built the vast pharmaceutical industry for the central purpose of poisoning the lowest form of life on the planet–germs! One of the biggest tragedies of human civilization is the precedence of chemicals over nutrition.”–Dr. Richard Murray