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What is life and what forces have brought about such an abundance of life on this planet?

The concept of a life force, or vital-ism, goes back thousands of years. The ancients thought that living things were different from non-living thing due to some mysterious force pressing, even guiding material things to come together in cooperation to maintain an existence. They proposed that living beings were made of substances that could not be produced by nonliving things. Living beings are composed of other living beings.

Of course, this is where the concept of God comes in to play. Someone intervened and molded material substance in a way that it not only could replicate itself but was able to reproduce itself into varying copies of taking patterns from two different sources and combining themselves into a unique but similar creature.

This involves such a complex process, interaction and cooperation that random sequencing many scientists have accepted that life is the result of intelligent design.

There are many theories about how this may have all come about. Many of them include the idea of an an electric spark charging matter and producing frequencies that produce patterns.

According to an idea elaborated by organic chemist Alexander Graham Cairns-Smith at the University of Glasgow in Scotland there is a viable theory that the first molecules of life might have met on clay which may have helped organize them into patterns much like our genes do now.

The main role of DNA is to store information on how molecules should be arranged. Genetic sequences in DNA are instrumental in construction amino acids in forming proteins and mineral crystals in clay could have arranged organic molecules into organized patterns.But the leap to organizing themselves would require an harmonic interaction and cooperation incalculable for the production of one cell. For one cell to combine with another would need some form of motivation.

DNA needs proteins in order to form, and we know proteins require DNA to form. So the question comes down to not which was first, the chicken or the egg but the protein or or the DNA.

RNA can store information like DNA serving as an enzyme like proteins but DNA including epi-genetics would seem to replace that process. RNA still performs several functions in organisms, including acting as not only an on-off switch for some genes but can turn genes on to do different tasks. The question still remains if RNA is sending messages who sent the first message?

And while some want to assume that these complex molecule like RNA, to say nothing of the more esoteric PNA or TNA, could have just spontaneously arisen other scientists think that is very unlikely to have happened. Faced with the infathonable complexity and consistency in even the most simple organism scientist have often, at least among themselves, concluded that life was brought here from elsewhere in space.

Stephen Hawking was a strong proponent of the idea of extraterrestrial life.[1] When confronted with the complexity of life and the evidence for an intelligent design he conceded that we may be a product of life from beyond this planet.

Desperate scientists often grasp at the stars with their Panspermia meteorites to avoid the idea of a divine creator when filling in the gaps of their theories. Falling back upon master Aliens when angels could do just as well. But then there is the question of where did that life come from and eventually you get to the idea of a Divine intelligence or master creator.

When you cannot explain a single cell that consistently reproduces itself what can be said about multi-cell creatures. There is no doubt that life is composed of life, reproduces life and is drawn toward life.

The number of cells in the human body based on a mean weight of a cell of 1 nanogram can give you estimates that run from from 5 billion to 200 million trillion cells in one human body. Bcause of extensive variables like density, size this is a wide ranged guess. A common estimate of 37 trillion cells in the human body has been accepted. But numbers like a million, billion or trillion are difficult to grasp, getting a trillion anything to work together is a task beyond our own imagination.

There are dozens of types of cells to say nothing of the myriad of all the microbes that also live within our bodies and are essential for our health and life. The liver alone can have 240 billion cells. But we all started from two cells that bound themselves together and group up to be us in the human test-tube of our mothers womb.

The Life Force concept of George Bernard Shaw contains the central idea that Life is a vital force or impulse that strives to attain greater power of contemplation and self-realization.

Creative Evolution is the manner in which the Life Force strives to reach this perfect state of contemplation as it continually creates something better and greater beyond the life forms already developed. The Superman is a symbol of the superior race of men that will evolve in the future. That theory can dispose of the creator like a cancer develops a life of its own, often killing the very body it depends upon.

If there is a grand design in life it begins with the creator who would, by nature be the Alfa and Omega of its creation.

Pierre Béchamp

The controversy between Jacques Antoine Béchamp and Louis Pasteur was a monumental point of division in history of the life of mankind on this planet. It may become as significant to us as the extinction of dinosaurs and dragons of ancient times.

Pierre Jacques Antoine Béchamp was a French scientist who was born October 16, 1816 in Bassing, France and died in Paris April 15, 1908. He is best known for breakthroughs in applied organic chemistry and for a bitter rivalry with Louis Pasteur.

Louis Pasteur

Louis Pasteur, born on the 27th of December 1822 died the 28thof September 1895, was a French chemist and microbiologist known for his work with vaccination, microbial fermentation, and pasteurization. His research in chemistry laid down the foundations of hygiene, public health and much of modern medicine.

The controversy

The controversy between these two rivals in science centered around the Germ vs Cellular Theories.

Tony Isaacs speculates[2] that "...had Bechamp’s discoveries been incorporated into current medical curriculum, it would likely have meant a virtual elimination of disease and the end of the pharmaceutical industry." While that is not entirely true Thomas Edison did predict that, “The doctor of the future will give no medicine but will interest his patients in the care of the human frame, in diet and in the cause and prevention of disease.”

Ethel Douglas Hume’s book Bechamp or Pasteur?: A Lost Chapter in the History of Biology a documented examination of the work of Béchamp and Pasteur. It provides a body of evidence and the major points of contention between Béchamp and Pasteur with an in depth degree of scientific and historical scrutiny and supporting evidence.

Both Mr Pearson and Ms Hume declare their intentions to undo a massive medical and scientific fraud that has been aloud by ignoring the work of Antoine Béchamp and promoting Louis Pasteur who some say was a "fraud, impostor, deceiver and self promoter".

"Modern medicine needs to return to this bifurcation point and take the pleomorphic path. When this phenomenon is truly understood drugs poisons will disappear as do all things which outlive their usefulness. This book is required reading for anyone choosing to understand how the body heals."

Germ Theory

The germ theory of disease is the currently accepted scientific theory for many diseases even with minimal evidence. It states that microorganisms known as pathogens or "germs" can lead to disease. These small organisms, too small to see without magnification, invade humans, other animals, and other living hosts. Their growth and reproduction within their hosts can cause disease. "Germ" may refer to not just a bacterium but to any type of microorganism, such as protists or fungi, or even non-living pathogens that can cause disease, such as viruses, prions, or viroids. Diseases caused by pathogens are called infectious diseases. Even when a pathogen is the principal cause of a disease, environmental and hereditary factors often influence the severity of the disease, and whether a potential host individual becomes infected when exposed to the pathogen.

Cell Theory

In biology, cell theory is the historic scientific theory, now universally accepted, that living organisms are made up of cells, that they are the basic structural/organizational unit of all organisms, and that all cells come from pre-existing cells. Cells are the basic unit of structure in all organisms and also the basic unit of reproduction.

Pasteur touted the germ theory of medicine while Bechamp had a broader theory of health and medicine which included a cooperative the microbiome[3] of the body as a community of commensal[4], symbiotic, and pathogenic microorganisms that literally share our body space.

Quotes of Béchamp

Antoine Béchamp believed that:

“Nothing is lost, nothing is created ... all is transformed.

Nothing is the prey of death.
All is the prey of life.”
"The primary cause of disease is in us, always in us."
"The most serious disorders may be provoked by the injection of living organisms into the blood, into a medium not intended for them, may provoke redoubtable manifestations of the gravest morbid phenomena."

Quotes of Pasteur

Louis Pasteur said "Fortune favors the prepared mind" and believed:

"If it is a terrifying thought that life is at the mercy of the multiplication of these minute bodies [microbes], it is a consoling hope that Science will not always remain powerless before such enemies."

"Gentlemen, it is the microbes who will have the last word."
“Let me tell you the secret that has led me to my goal. My strength lies solely in my tenacity.”
"There are no such things as applied sciences, only applications of science."
"Bernard[5] was right. The germ is nothing, the terrain is everything."

Conflict in science

Conflicting ideas are not science. Germ Theory vs Cellular Theory are not actually opposing theories except when it comes to the cause and cure of disease and the ego of men to fail to see the whole truth. There are germs and there are cells but most cells only get ill when something interferes with it or it is lacking somewhere in a the multifaceted immune systems.

Rudolf Steiner was asked what was this all about when looking at the Spanish Flu. He said viruses are simply excretions of a toxic cell. What an exosome is, in fact is an endosome excreted. Cells replicate exosomes as part of the messaging system of the body called cellular communication.[6]

Exosomes as extracellular vesicles play an important role in cell to cell communication.[7]compartment of most eukaryotic cells.

Confusion in side

Viruses are exosomes that cause an ill like reaction. I am not saying that exosomes makes you ILL. I am saying they may cause your body to "react" and we experience that reaction as an illness.Your body may replicate foreign exosomes. It should not do that but weakness and confusion of your body may allow that. Eventually your body will catch on and start turning off your cells that are reproducing foreign DNA or RNA exosomes. Those cells are damaged by your bodies improper or overzealous or delayed "reaction". If you get ill because of the presence of an exosome then it is your body that has miss functioned. ADE can be caused by vaccinations.


We do ingest exosome material every day from hundreds of sources. It is only when your cells let it in to the cell itself and your cells replicated it that ill effect may occur.

When that happens we call the exosome a virus. It is the spike protein In the Corona virus, which is a S1 protein and highly glycosylated, that is producing serious problems in people. It is also in the injections they are giving people which is at the root of many of the Side effects. People are not looking at the real science but are swept away by the media madness and fear being shed by them.

If you do not think there are plagues then you do not know history. Thomas Cowan is partially right but also wrong. It would be easy to expose what he is missing.

It is clear people need to connect the dots so that they can get the bigger picture of the problems and the solutions.

As far as a toxic cell is concerned what makes it toxic is key and more important is why does your body think it is toxic and what does your body do about it determine the outcome. Aajonus Vonderplanitz is right about how bad it is to be injected with a virus but wrong about injection being the only way to get it. The truth is believing either one of those guys is a form of religion as the term is defined today but that is not what religion use to mean nor should mean.

Understanding and failing to understand different beliefs in religion, theology, eschatology, soteriology etc. is why their is illnesses and why shedding is a problem to some and not to others. Answering why transmission and shedding is a problem with some and not to others will bring in a discussion of frequency, toxins, reactions and in fact "pure Religion" is at the core of it all.

The truth is that the Frequency of Disease has more to do with the Frequency of our own soul or mind than those generated in the world.

The Invisible Rainbow: A History of Electricity and Life by Arthur Firstenberg is another example of reasoning with only some of the facts. Firstenberg as a pioneer in the sense that Rachel Carson was a pioneer as well concerned with toxic environments.

The choices we make may be creating a toxic environment in our cells. It is seed oils, sugars and carbs that you what to reduce in your diet but fear , doubt, and covetousness are more deadly.

You probably need to consume a low carb diet so there are not so many different sugars coating your cells.

What is more toxic fear or faith?

I just talked to with a fellow who has a friend who is facing federal charges for the January 6th fiasco who thinks he is religious but has no idea what the word meant just 200 years ago much less 2000. If people did they would have far less problem with shedding by those around them. Most of the rational about "no shedding" flies in the face of well documented Plagues of the past but I will have to handle that on the show.

All the disease, destruction and disorder of the world is spread in the world because of the belief in our own ability to decide what is good and evil which spreads among the souls and bodies of the people vulnerability, confusion, and discord.

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  1. In 2010, Hawking said, "If aliens visit us, the outcome would be much as when Columbus landed in America, which didn't turn out well for the Native Americans." In fact for many native Americans things have gotten much better. Aztecs stopped enslaving and executing through human sacrifice thousands of native Americans. Yes, many died from diseases because of their poor immune system that resulted from thousands of years of isolation. Millions of Europeans also died from diseases that spread with the advent of mass migration and intense trading routes. Now all Americans have developed robust immune systems. That natural;y developed immunity is now threatened by poor diets, due to processed foods, excessive toxins, including drugs and vaccines, and ignorance about what produces healthy societies.
  3. "The microbiome is the sum of the microbes and their genomic elements in a particular environment"
  4. Commensalism is an association between two organisms in which one benefits and the other derives neither benefit nor harm. In contrast with mutualism, where both organisms benefit from each other; amensalism, where one is harmed while the other is unaffected; parasitism, where one is harmed and the other benefits
  5. Claude Bernard was a French physiologist. Historian I. Bernard Cohen of Harvard University called Bernard "one of the greatest of all men of science". Among many other accomplishments, he was one of the first to suggest the use of a blinded experiment to ensure the objectivity of scientific observations. He originated the term milieu intérieur[the internal environment], and the associated concept of homeostasis[A multi cell organism’s process of maintaining a stable internal environment suitable for sustaining life.].
  6. Cellular communication is an umbrella term used in biology and more in depth in biophysics, biochemistry and biosemiotics to identify different types of communication methods between living cellulites. Some of the methods include cell signaling among others. This process allows millions of cells to communicate and work together to perform important bodily processes that are necessary for survival. Both multicellular and unicellular organisms heavily rely on cell-cell communication.
  7. Exosomes: Masters of Cellular Communication by Dr. Kelley Mulher