Jeremy Griffith, creator of the World Transformation Movement, explains that he is not the first person to identify the instinct vs intellect elements involved in producing the human condition. As he reveals, there have been many thinkers throughout history—indeed many of the acknowledged great thinkers in history—who have recognised that the answer to our angry, egocentric and alienated human condition lay in understanding that a clash must have occurred between our already established instincts and more recently emerged conscious mind.
Bechamp: An Appreciation, by Hector Grasset, translated into English by Jocelyn Proby. Published in a new edition by the John Wernham College of Classical Osteopathy. The paperback can be ordered on their site.
The Secret Intelligence of Water: Science, Art & Consciousness
The web site of Veda Austin, an NZ-based researcher into the intelligence of water.
“A remarkable investigation. Veda Austin has produced some interesting and impressive images which go way beyond what would be expected on the basis of conventional science. I hope that her pioneering work will stimulate others to follow up with systematic investigations of their own”. – Rupert Sheldrake
Could Microzymas be the Elusive Dark Matter? Could Microzymas be the Force Behind Dark Energy? – Seun Ayoade
“Microzyma are never formed or born and never decay or die. They only associate and dissociate, coordinate and de-coordinate, come together and pull asunder. They are immortal as far as we know”
Did Pasteur recant his germ theory? – Susan Dorey
On his deathbed, Louis Pasteur supposedly said “Bernard was correct. I was wrong. The microbe (germ) is nothing. The terrain (milieu) is everything.” – Was it real or apocryphal? Did it happen?
Pasteur vs Béchamp: The Germ Theory Debate – Kate Raines
Western medicine has fully embraced the germ theory and its dependence on drugs to treat symptoms, effectively minimizing the importance of nutritious food, fresh air, hygiene and sanitation.
The sceptics get a hearing – Ray Agostanelli
Louis Pasteur’s bitter rival staked everything on the ‘cellular’ or ‘terrain’ theory of the role that germs play in the body. If his theories regain a measure of respectability, as many believe they already have, will statues of Antoine Bechamp appear beside those of Pasteur?