Antibiotics - sense and nonsense of drugs that are directed against life.

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Antibiotics - sense and nonsense of drugs that are directed against life.

 
 
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A universal biological view
 
 
  • Antibiotics - A blessing for mankind?
 
If you take a look at the Gesundheits-Brockhaus from 1950, you will find a column entry of 24 lines under the search term "antibiotics". In the 6th edition of the Gesundheits-Brockhaus, almost 70 years later, there are already 83 lines. 
 
At that time, antibiotics were described as novel remedies derived from fungi or bacteria that have a growth-inhibiting and killing effect on pathogens. Penicillin and streptomycin were listed as the best-known antibiotics. Antibiotics are described as being natural, very well tolerated and the most advanced form of CHEMOTHERAPY. They were said to offer undreamt-of possibilities to the art of healing, according to the information at the time.
 
So antibiotics were said to kill pathogens, to be an advanced form of chemotherapy, to be well tolerated and to be a cure. Well, everyone learns something new, including doctors and pharmacists. 
 
From the Brockhaus editions in 2000 onwards, there are no more references to what antibiotics actually are, namely chemotherapeutics. The marketing specialists have removed this negatively connoted word. Chemo = cancer and cancer is not a good thing. And something not good, does not mix well with the attributes of "cure", "advanced" and well tolerated. 
 
 
The word antibiotics is made up of two words. Anti means "against" and biotika means "life". A more inappropriate name really could not have been thought up. To call a claimed remedy, "Against-The-Life", does not exactly show sensitivity.
 
Today, unlike in the past, almost all antibiotics are produced synthetically. It all started with the discovery of penicillin by Alexander Fleming (1881-1955). This development has been described as a blessing for mankind. There are now many groups of antibiotics: Antibiotics that attack and destroy only one specific bacterium, broad-spectrum antibiotics, but also so-called reserve antibiotics. These are used when nothing else "helps" because of the microbes' acquired resistance to antibiotics. 
 
I cannot answer why it was assumed at that time that antibiotics should be well tolerated (the first antibiotics were not produced synthetically, probably for this reason they were better tolerated. If penicillin was administered, tonsillitis, for example, disappeared quite quickly. For this reason, it was assumed that a cure had been found that represented a true blessing for mankind. There are even a few examples of orthodox medicine learning from experience. It was soon discovered that most of the so-called infections flared up again afterwards, despite completed antibiotic treatments. A classic example is the symptom complex scarlet fever: Here it was not uncommon for children to be given antibiotics three-five times in a row because the rash as well as the fever and sore throat recurred after a short time. Only when further antibiotics were not administered and the "disease" was finally allowed to heal, did the symptoms disappear completely. 
 
The fact is that there is not a single antibiotic that does not produce side effects. Almost always, the bacteria in the intestine, which are essential for human survival, i.e. the intestinal flora, are severely damaged by poisoning. This can also lead to lung and nerve damage. 
 
Every informed patient knows by now that doctors have been prescribing far too many antibiotic drugs for many years. Antibiotics cause nothing other than the withdrawal and death of useful microbes in our body, very often tissue is also damaged. Today, most doctors even prescribe antibiotics for so-called viral infections, although there may be no effect. On the one hand because there are no viruses and on the other hand because viruses are not bacteria. The fact that not a single disease-causing virus has been proven to date is a different matter and should not be discussed further here.
 
  • What do antibiotics do to our body?
 
From the point of view of universal biology, a distinction is made between sympathicotonic, i.e. stimulant substances such as vitamin C, taurine and caffeine, and sedative, vagotonic substances such as benzodiazepines (Valium), melatonin and morphine. Chemo drugs, including antibiotics, belong to the group of sympatheticotonic agents. 
 
As we know, most unpleasant symptoms do not appear in the first phase (the sympatheticotonic phase) of a biologically meaningful, i.e. necessary, programme sequence, but only in the second phase (the vagotonic phase), which starts immediately after the real resolution of the underlying conflict event. The first phase is called the conflictive or sympathicotonic phase. The second phase is called the recovery phase or vagotonic phase. At the end, there is usually always a resulting normal state or also called normotonia. However, this is only the case if the patient has not been treated incorrectly by the attending physicians. Often, incorrect treatment already leads to the death of the patient in the first phase of a biological programme. Due to the high number of cancer screening examinations, many thousands of wrong diagnoses are made every year and unnecessary stress is caused. The radiologist detects a supposed cell growth. In the case of breast cancer screenings, so many women end up in the breast centres that have mushroomed in recent years. They are happy about every patient.
 
In only a few cases do they find out that the patients died because of overtreatment, mistreatment or the consequences of the doctors' lack of understanding. Almost always, the aggressive cancer cells, the evil bacteria or the genes are blamed. It is quite easy to blame cancer cells, bacteria, genes and viruses for the death of patients, because they cannot defend themselves. It is simply claimed that the "treatment" did not work, that everything was done, but that the enemy, the viruses or cancer cells were simply too strong, or that the so-called, imaginary immune system simply did not manage to cope. One almost always distracted from one's own failure with such statements. Most patients and relatives follow the views of the doctors and usually even thank them for everything they have done.
 
 
  • Pain gone? Disease gone?  
 
By administering sympathicotonic (stimulant) drugs, which also include all the other poisons that are administered to the unfortunate cancer patients as part of the so-called chemo therapies, one gets the patients out of the vagotonic, conflict-relieved recovery phase, as one can thereby suppress various symptoms that are felt to be unpleasant. Antibiotics are really great (for this) to give relief to the suffering patients. Depending on the dosage, the symptoms may even disappear completely. If you see this as an advantage of antibiotics, then we have already come to the end of the list. 
 
The pain disappears and the accompanying so-called "inflammations", which are very often really bad things, recede. An inflammation is in fact not an inflammation, i.e. nothing negative, as most people imagine. 
 
The work of the microorganisms living in us is misinterpreted as inflammation. Due to the activity of the microorganisms, the blood supply to the tissue is significantly increased. This creates heat in the affected area, which also leads to an increase in temperature (fever) in the entire organism. Pain, which almost always accompanies so-called inflammations, is caused by water retention in the tissue. Without this, no tissue restoration can take place. It is the microorganisms that cause what we call inflammation. So ultimately, inflammation is nothing to worry about because it is the only way tissue can be restored to its normal state. Anyone who, as a medical doctor, thinks they can stop inflammation by administering antibiotics is making a big mistake in almost all cases. 
 
Very often, within the framework of sensible adaptation processes in our body, which can also be called optimisation, excess tissue is broken down in the vagotonic restoration phase. This tissue no longer fulfils any biological sense after the real perceived conflict resolution, for example when the fear of death has passed, and is broken down by the organism until everything is back to the way it was before the conflict hit (in our example to the state before the fear of death started - before the bombs. The alveoli that were built up in the stress phase in order to be able to breathe better have lost their purpose and are therefore broken down again. In this phase, you feel tired and may even have a fever. The TB mycobacteria (Mycobacterium tuberculosis), which have the task of breaking down this built-up tissue in a "tuberculous caseous" way (breaking down tissue, which leads to the formation of yellowish material), work in piecework, consuming energy and forcing us to rest. One becomes bedridden. 
 
Almost all people suffering from the symptoms consult a doctor, who is usually also ignorant, in their ignorance. The doctor carries out examinations and quickly comes to the diagnosis that the person is suffering from tuberculosis. A TB disease is notifiable and must be reported immediately to the health authorities. In modern times, of course, one is immediately tested positive for corona (viruses), and most likely immediately sent to quarantine or immediately transferred to the CoVid-19 ward, and there hooked up to a ventilator. Today, in times of corona plague, probably no TB patient would survive this completely inappropriate mishandling. Worldwide, a great many people die of TB - thousands of times more than from the claimed corona viruses, which do not exist at all. 
 
In the best case, the doctor only takes blood and finds that the inflammation markers are elevated. He then prescribes antibiotics along with a fever-reducing drug and sends the patient home to bed rest. 
 
By prescribing antibiotics, the important recovery phase has been interrupted, thereby unnecessarily prolonging recovery. Fever reducers also tend to have a counterproductive effect. The symptoms are gone, but so is the body's own strength. At some point, the effect of the antibiotics wears off. The organism starts all over again and restarts the biologically sensible and necessary regeneration. The few microorganisms that are friendly to us and have survived the frontal attack resume their work. 
 
Ideally, they work until the tissue breakdown of the surplus alveoli is finally completed.
 
  • Counterproductive interventions in biology 
 
Within the framework of evolution, programming has developed that controls all our bodily functions. This programming controls our organs, hormone balance, heartbeat, breathing, everything. The computer centre that controls everything is found in the brain. There in different areas. These are also called correlating brain relay(s). The control relay, which controls, for example, the multiplication or degradation of the alveoli, has its fixed place in the brain. Universal biologists know exactly where this place is located in the brain. From there, our industrious and faithful special workers, the microbes and mycobacteria, are controlled. 
 
Most people are convinced of the existence of an immune system that rids us of the evil bacteria and viruses, and even destroys cancer cells. Simply because an immune system has been claimed for many decades. No one has ever seen it and it does not exist. In fact, there is no immune system in the sense we imagine. Just as there are no evil microbes, because if there were, then one would have to ask why nature is so stupid as to give every living being evil microbes along the way. 
 
Believing what I write here is certainly difficult for many. One surely wonders where these microbes, claimed to be evil and transmissible, reside in our bodies? It is really hard to believe that they are found in our blood. Not in their final form (as tubercles), but as a kind of archetype. These archetypes of microbes in our blood have the ability to change their shapes, i.e. form. The biologist Prof. Günther Enderlein (1872-1968) and earlier Antoine Bechámp (1816-1908) described this ability of the microorganisms in our blood under the technical term pleomorphism, or multiformity (see footnote 1). 
 
The archaic programmes stored in us control our organs, but also our glandular functions, via the relays in the various brain regions. They also control the micro-organisms living in symbiosis within us and give instructions on what has to happen. In the context of the issue of antibiotics, this is important to know. It is not the "evil" microbes that invade us from the outside to harm us. Rather, it is the inner programmes that give the microbes living inside us appropriate commands. To this day, orthodox medicine claims that our blood is sterile, meaning that there are no other living beings in the blood, but in doing so it deceives itself. In every drop of blood there are thousands of symbionts that are friendly to us. 
 
If you are interested in learning more about this, you should read up on the scientific discoveries of Prof. Günter Enderlein and Antoine Bechàmp. Also, some alternative practitioners and even open-minded doctors deal with dark field diagnostics of blood and. Anyone who has been able to see for themselves that there are countless, even several trillion micro-organisms in their own blood must decide whether to continue to believe in the many unproven theories of orthodox medicine or to trust their own eyes (and the statements of the so-called conspirators and deniers). (See footnote 1)         
 
We urgently need microbes, and indeed the entire range that is common, i.e. represented, in our latitudes. If we lack these microbes, e.g. through completely exaggerated hygiene through the permanent use of disinfectants, with which we constantly rub our hands in the current corona era, or through the insane and counterproductive administration of antibiotics, then the excess tissues (called tumours), will no longer be broken down in the restoration phase. And exactly this has really dramatic consequences for very many recovery phases, i.e. "courses of disease" (I hate that word!).
 
Without our little friends in the blood, it would be impossible, for example, for a thyroid carcinoma, despite the resolution of the conflict in the recovery phase, to lead to the biologically sensible and intended breakdown of the excess tissue. Orthodox medicine erroneously calls this tissue a tumour. After conflict resolution and without microbes, the two halves of the thyroid gland would continue to produce thyroxine until the "tumour" was encapsulated. Encapsulation in this case is called an aqueous cyst. This always happens when the necessary microbes are missing in the organism. And all this only because of the unnecessary antibiotics.
 
Almost every antibiotic treatment represents a medical malpractice, since it very often brings precisely these mycobacteria to their knees, which would have broken down the "tumour" again and allowed the elevated thyroxine level to drop back to normal very quickly. Of course, officially it is not considered malpractice, since the orthodox doctors lack this universal biological knowledge and can only work legally, according to the guidelines they have adopted themselves, even though some of them are completely absurd. Legal, although it is actually not legal, because it is counterproductive.
 
In the case of a death-fever conflict, which starts with a lung-round cancer, and after conflict resolution and until then untreated, always leads to tuberculosis, the absence of the mycobacteria (the tubercles) would also be a major problem. Larger tumours would namely also encapsulate instead of being broken down. This encapsulation is a truly ingenious emergency solution of nature. Almost everyone has certainly heard of a "benign" lump in the female breast tissue or of so-called calcifications. Diagnosed benign lumps represent nothing more than encapsulated former healed "foci" and are a sign that the necessary microbes were missing in the body. Calcification occurs in the course of recurring conflict events, alternating between active and resolved, but also often as a result of taking vitamin D supplements.   
 
But let us stay with the recovery phase of a death anxiety conflict. This has already been described in the Corona_Facts Telegram article and podcast "Myth debunked!". Many will remember it. Those who don't know it should read this article or listen to the hour-long podcast.
 
  • Archaic programmes
 
Mycobacteria have been around since the first single-celled organisms appeared on Earth. At that time, there were no animals and no humans. These primeval organisms, the mycobacteria, are found in our organism and can be detected there as a primeval form in the blood. As is well known, nothing happens in nature without meaning. Now you are probably asking yourself what purpose nature is pursuing with the fact that these dubious "critters" are roaming around in our organism? They are not dubious creatures, they belong to us. We could not survive without them. They have the same function in animals and in humans. They are either used to break down excess tissue or to build it up when it makes biological sense. Skilled trauma surgeons exploit these abilities by not directly hermetically sealing the wounds and fractures in complicated comminuted fractures, but by allowing "air" to get to them. This enables and facilitates the work of the body's own surgeons. As an aside, I would like to mention here once again that surgery is one of the few indispensable specialities in medicine.
 
In the conflict-active phase, e.g. the fear of death, in which additional tissue (pulmonary alveoli) develops, the mycobacteria also develop at the same time as the tissue growth, and later, after the conflict has been resolved, they break down the very tissues that were previously built up. This degradation begins immediately, and by this I mean the second the fear of death ends. It doesn't matter whether the danger is really over. All that counts is the subjective (personal) and real feeling that it is so, even if it should not be so. At this point there would be a good opportunity to delve into the topic of placebo. Unfortunately, we do not have the space to do so here. However, we will certainly publish a highly interesting article on this topic. The longer the duration of the conflictive phase, in which one felt e.g. fear of death, the more mycobacteria (tubercles) developed in our organism. These are responsible for breaking down the excess tissue after the conflict has been resolved. 
 
What has not been understood by scientists until today is the fact that mycobacteria are very difficult to multiply in the laboratory. If at all, then only with moderate success and in very small numbers. As a universal biologist, one understands why this is so. Mycobacteria are grown on chicken egg embryos. Relatively good growth only ever resulted when the live embryo used was injured by mishandling during the work in the laboratory. As unbelievable as it may seem, the fear of death that the embryo suffered triggered the production of mycobacteria. Mycobacteria only grow in considerable numbers when growth is initiated by the organism's control centre and not because a laboratory technician thinks he has done everything right. Why this is so is quite simple. A living chicken embryo is a living being, and "evil" can be inflicted on any living being. It is only in the stress phase after an injury in the laboratory, it may be fear of death, that the tuberculosis mycobacteria that you would like to see develop. If they show up because the atrocities or carelessness of careless biologists have put the chicken embryo in mortal fear, they pat themselves on the back without really knowing why the bacteria are suddenly found in greater numbers.  
 
We assume that the organism only allows as many acid-fast mycobacteria (rods) to develop in the conflictive phase as are needed to break down the so-called "tumour" later, in the recovery phase. However, there is still a considerable need for research in this area. Unfortunately, we lack the financial resources for this. The laboratories of the universities unfortunately do not deal with such research that is not mainstream and directed against the interests of Big Pharma. Ultimately, the big pharmaceutical companies determine what happens in university labs through their financial allocations for contract work. Indeed, no pharmaceutical or medical school could keep its labs financially alive without the millions paid by the pharmaceutical industry. Almost no doctor doubts that tuberculosis bacteria are something dangerous and that it is imperative to eradicate them. The lack of understanding of the biological processes and intelligence of nature, and of course the greed for money and reputation, ensures that everything good is destroyed.
 
  • Why not do wrong what you can do wrong?
 
Every person who has survived the conflictive phase of a death anxiety conflict, the actual, so-called cancer, without medical support, which is very rarely the case, gets into the "clutches" of medicine at the latest when he enters the recovery phase after conflict resolution. 
 
One feels depressed, coughs, has sputum, (and) suffers from night sweats and usually also fever. Of course, by then at the latest, you are worried and go to see a doctor. The hour of medicine has come. You give everything. X-rays, CT scans, MRIs, biopsies and blood tests are carried out. Antipyretics and, of course, the indispensable antibiotics are used. The evil tubercle must be destroyed at all costs. If it were up to the strict logic of orthodox medicine, all firemen (bacteria) caught extinguishing a fire would have to be executed on the spot. 
 
You can't bring about a cure with antibiotics. All that is achieved is that the symptomatic recovery (healing) phase is interrupted. One falls back into the conflictive phase because of the drugs. We remember that this phase is symptomless in most biological programmes. Symptomless is associated with being well. But is one really well just because one has no pain, no fever and no swelling? Many people were scared to death during the war. If you look at the statistics, you can see that from shortly before the end of the war until a few years later, (there were) a lot of deaths due to lung diseases, i.e. tuberculosis or consumption. During the war, people were not well, and many city dwellers who lived in a hail of bombs every night suffered from fear of death and usually also from malnutrition. Physically, everything may have been fine at the beginning. It was rather the psychological suffering that nibbled away at their health. In times of war, many additional alveoli and mycobacteria built up in the lungs of those affected. When peace came, many millions of deathly fears dissipated at the same time. People moved from conflictual times to conflict-relieved times. The tuberculosis mycobacteria that had developed along with the tissue-building process in the lungs, which served to get better and more air, began to work, breaking down the tissue that was now no longer needed. A prime example of how nature constantly adapts and optimises itself. If you don't understand this, consider why muscles break down when you no longer use them and why muscle tissue increases when you put the muscles to work.
 
  • Brain and organ
 
All microbes living in us, in their original form, are able to change their shape as soon as it becomes necessary. The commands to do this come from the brain, and always from the exact area in the brain (called the relay) that is assigned to the corresponding organ. So there is a brain-organ connection. Universal biologists can read this "brain map". Conflicts, whether active or resolved, always manifest themselves in the brain, and can be made visible with the help of a CT scan. Those in the know can even tell exactly which phase of the conflict one is in. If a brain relay is affected, this can be recognised on the CT image, because oedemas form. These water accumulations show a different contrast than tissue that is not infiltrated by water. These oedemas sometimes lead to an increase in function, but also to organ failure. Hormonal imbalances or shifts can also occur. Visual disturbances, heart attacks, some types of headaches and many other symptoms are often based on changes or space occupying lesions in the brain relays. Swelling can cause brain relays to affect each other. Because this is apparently all far too simple, and is also not really understood, the orthodox doctors have come up with a different picture and then quite often claim to have found cancer metastases (e.g. glia blastomas) in the brain when looking at such CT images. In most cases, this diagnosis, which is always wrong, is tantamount to a death sentence.
 
  • Disturbed regulatory circuits
 
Microbes belong to us, that is certain. They are part of a regulatory circuit. If a link in this regulatory circuit is missing, the person is usually in a bad way. A "normal" healing is not possible if our "little friends" who live with us and in us as symbionts are killed by antibiotics. Dr. Hamer once said that it is not the microbes that die, but the fact that they are destroyed. However, one can also die from the conflict event itself, namely when the conflictive phase has gone on too long, or too intensively. The archaic programmes stored in us are developmentally designed to survive only short- and medium-term conflicts. If there is no conflict resolution for a long time, which is not infrequently the case in today's hectic times, one usually dies of emaciation. Life-threatening, huge "tumours" can also develop because the tissue build-up does not end. If these "long runners" are loosened at some point, very severe caseous degradation processes can occur in the affected organ. Extremely strong brain oedemas then also form in the relay, which affect other relays through their spatial expansion. Many people also die from this. Mostly because orthodox medicine does not know how to control the course of the recovery phase, e.g. with the administration of cortisone.
 
 
 
  • The effects of medicines
 
But let's stay with medicines, which symbolise supposed progress. This article only came about because many readers do not understand why medicines and antibiotics work so well. There are only a handful of medicines that really have a positive effect. To make people feel better, 99.9% of all medicines can be removed from the pharmaceutical manufacturing programme without exaggerating. The belief that medicines have a local effect is a false belief. Almost every drug works through the brain. There are also exceptions. These include, for example, the painkillers ASS and ibuprofen. They act directly via so-called tissue hormones (prostaglandins).
 
However, there is an exception if, for example, a local intestinal reaction occurs due to medication. If this occurs, then one can also speak of poisoning. 
 
Almost all drugs, including antibiotics, have an effect on the brain and thus on the control relays. Antibiotics also have a small, killing effect directly on the microorganisms, because the toxic and antibiotic active substances are distributed in the bloodstream. It is important for us to realise here that there are two main groups of drugs and natural agents.
 
Group 1: 
 
Agents that increase stress. These are also called sympathicotonics because they stimulate the sympathetic nerve. In the stress phase, e.g. when one feels fear of death, one is in the sympathicotonic phase. In this phase, there are the fewest physical symptoms that would be interpreted as "illness". The best-known drugs from this group are: Adrenaline, noradrenaline, cortisone, hydrocortisone, chemo infusions and all antibiotics. Natural agents such as caffeine are also included. Antibiotics are nothing more than cytostatic agents that take the body out of the vagotonic recovery phase and back into the stress phase. You feel better, but the organism does not feel better. Of course, it also has a direct effect on our symbionts living inside us, the microbes and bacteria, but as already mentioned, only slightly. The noticeable effect is due to the fact that antibiotics have an influence on the brain and cause a reduction in swelling (reduction of oedema) in the correlating relay.
 
So if you are in a symptomatic recovery phase, medication helps you to alleviate the symptoms because it causes the brain relay to decongest. At first glance, this seems to be something desirable. Unfortunately, however, it also puts the "rapid intervention force", our mycobacteria, in its place. The recovery phase stops, or is greatly reduced. The course of the healing phase is thus generally and almost in all cases, counterproductively disturbed. In the best case, healing is only slightly prolonged. In many cases, however, it is completely interrupted. In fact, medicines with a sympathetic effect, such as cortisone, are among the 0.001% of medicines that cannot be dispensed with, as they can be used to mitigate severe healing crises, which are always accompanied by severe brain swelling. One can either mitigate vagotonia or increase sympathicotonia with it.(Caffeine = stimulant).
 
Group 2:
 
These include primarily all sedatives, but also anticonvulsants. They act on the vagus nerve, the resting nerve, and are therefore also called vagotonic drugs. They can be used to increase vagotonia or reduce sympathicotonia. 
 
It is extremely dangerous to give morphine to patients who are in a severe healing crisis, in the midst of deepest vagotonia and in pain. This is a serious medical error and may be called killing on prescription. If the vagotonia is increased, this usually leads to death. In the case of an overdose of morphine, the organism usually no longer manages to come out of the vagotonia. Atropine (parasympatholytic) is the antidote for morphine.
 
 
 
If antibiotics are administered, the symptoms are relieved precisely because antibiotics have a sympathicotonic effect. The usually symptomatic vagotonia is weakened. The patient feels better and the accompanying fever usually drops immediately. Now, at the latest, the frequently asked question why antibiotics help so well and reliably in most cases should be answered. 
 
Yes, antibiotics help, but they cannot cure anything. Antibiotics should only be used in the rarest of cases. Even though antibiotics were described as a cure in the Brockhaus, they were only used as an emergency medication at that time. 
 
  • A really stupid idea
 
It used to be thought that it was the decay products of the "bad" bacteria that led to poisoning in the body and also produced the fever. However, this was (an) erroneous assumption. Even today, most doctors believe precisely in this theory, which has been repeated so often in the meantime that it has become a truth. Almost no one doubts it. 
 
Out of sheer ignorance, people came up with the ingeniously stupid idea that all they had to do was pre-empt this decay process and concentrated on developing procedures that destroyed the bad bacteria before they decayed as part of the internal, sensible and biologically intended processes. It was assumed that by administering antibiotics, one could prevent the tubercles from decaying into the claimed toxins. It is precisely this nonsense that the medical profession still believes in today and therefore prescribes more antibiotics than ever before. 
 
To this day, no medical scientist has noticed that it is not the killing action that is thought to be tackled with antibiotics that leads to the observed decline in mycobacteria, but that this is exclusively due to the effect of the drugs on the brain. The mycobacteria are recalled on the command of the responsible brain relay. The administration of antibiotics acts on the oedematised (swollen) region of the brain. This swells and the symptoms become more bearable very quickly and often even disappear completely. 
 
Unfortunately, however, the hard-working little helpers, the little tubercles, are put in their place. They immediately stop working when ordered to do so. Some even die from the poisoning they have suffered. The medicinal effect of antibiotics on our many billions of intestinal bacteria, which are our intestinal flora, is always devastating. Many of the good intestinal bacteria die. I am just wondering why, according to orthodox medicine, the intestinal bacteria are supposed to be something good and the other microbes in us something bad? The best thing is to ask your doctor or pharmacist.
 
  • He who calls the spirits.....
 
Probably everyone has heard something about antibiotic resistance and so-called "multi-resistant germs". Ursula Stoll, nurse, alternative practitioner, author and a member of our group, has written two valuable books on "medicines" from the perspective of universal biology. Ursula Stoll is very well educated in universal biology. I would like to publish here her take on antibiotics. She briefly and succinctly describes why antibiotics are primarily counterproductive. (See footnote 2)
 
Ursula Stoll's attitude to antibiotics:
 
[...there is no point in continuing to research bacteria, then presenting them as the cause of disease when found, and then destroying them with antibiotics. Every attack against our microbes is answered in biology with resistance, with archaic concepts of survival, in that so-called, multi-resistant germs develop in the body. Their existence is unfortunately completely misunderstood. Immediately, people start researching for even more powerful antibiotics. But this is wrong, because the fact that multi-resistant germs develop means nothing more than that the microorganisms have changed in order to survive. It represents a completely normal and biologically sensible reaction of living organisms. They fight back and adapt to the new situation. It does not mean that the microbes have nothing else in mind, want to kill us! The bacteria are not our enemies, but our friends - we live in a symbiosis with them.
 
In orthodox medicine, many drugs are not administered to alleviate acute symptoms, but as a preventive measure against possible diseases. Often antibiotics, for example, are not used to relieve pain, but out of concern that some disease will develop in the future. If, for example, a conventional doctor predicts a heart valve inflammation in the case of a diagnosed sore throat, then antibiotics are used. In the case of a bladder infection, antibiotics are prescribed because of the fear of an ascending inflammation. 
 
Before the introduction of penicillin, streptococci dominated hospitals, that is, they took over the clean-up work (e.g. removing "dirt" from the wound, and actively building up and breaking down cells) after injuries and operations. After the introduction of penicillin, streptococci were replaced by staphylococci. This was called staphylococcal hospitalism because more and more antibiotics had to be used to destroy the germs. As a result, infections after an operation or injury first decreased, but later increased rapidly. With the introduction of semi-synthetically produced antibiotics, this "danger" was averted for the time being: The staphylococci were destroyed. But it was not long before the gram-positive germs were replaced by the gram-negative ones. Was salvation at hand? More and more fully synthetic antibiotics (= chemotherapeutics) came onto the market. And again, it was not long before a new germ called Pseudomonas, and with it, other pathogens, conquered the hospital world. This all took place about 20 years ago. In the meantime, multi-resistant germs dominate hospitals, such as MRSA (= methicillin-resistant or multi-resistant Staphylococcus aureus). If a multi-resistant germ is discovered in a patient, he immediately ends up in the isolation ward. As far as I know, there are only four reserve antibiotics left worldwide, which are listed as emergency antibiotics and are supposed to be effective against MRSA. It is becoming apparent that there will be more and more "infectious diseases" leading to death, because the germs keep changing their shape due to antibiotic administration. However, it is not the so-called germs that ultimately lead to this, but rather the mistreatment by orthodox doctors who do not understand that what they call germs are actually microorganisms that are well-disposed towards humans. But the bacteria can no longer do their actual job - cleaning up, or building up - because the balance is completely upset. Pharmacy cannot win this battle it has started. Nature is stronger and will present it with ever new and more difficult challenges. 
 
The civilisation diseases of the future will be home-made. One example: If you take antibiotics, the composition of the huge colony of intestinal bacteria is upset. Diarrhoea is a common side effect after taking antibiotics. A further and negative development and also a direct consequence of too frequent doses of antibiotics is the so-called drug fever. It is characterised by very high fever (over 40 ° C) and high inflammation values (the CRP value and others). It is known that the fever cannot be reduced by antibiotics or other measures. Unfortunately, only very few doctors are able to recognise drug fever. Most think they can achieve something positive with even more antibiotics. Not infrequently, such treatment leads to the patients' exitus....]
 
End of quote from Ursula Stoll -
 
 
  • What should be done?
A sensible, biologically necessary recovery process in the body should never be interrupted, but at most skilfully mitigated. The important thing is to do as little as possible to treat the symptoms. The more one believes that everything will be alright again with medication, the more one loses the feeling for one's own body and above all for the actual causes of the symptoms. Symptomatic treatments are only useful in very few cases. If one treats causally and helps the patient to understand why he suffers from symptoms, a sensitivity for one's own body and an understanding for universal biology quickly develops. Unfortunately, our medical system is not geared towards looking for, recognising and understanding causes. It is not about the patient. It is about making maximum revenue from the patient. It is about selling medicines, vaccinations and operations. The system has to continue, the human being is only a means to an end. The goal is to produce as many will-less and chronically ill people as possible. This goal was already achieved many decades ago. In the meantime, everyone is happy when the tablet, the injection or the antibiotics help so quickly. Frightened women who are afraid of breast cancer look forward to the day when they will have their breasts cut off, just because they believe the brazen lies of unscrupulous doctors to be true.
 
You can only save yourself. But for that, you first have to recognise the seriousness of the situation. I congratulate you for that.
 
 
 
Footnote 1: 
 
Antoin Bechámp's and Prof. Günter Enderlein's findings on the pleomorphism (multiformity) of micro-living beings.
 
Based on experimental work, Bechámp developed a theory of so-called pleomorphism that has not been refuted to this day. According to this theory, all animal and plant cells consist of tiny particles that develop into bacteria under certain circumstances. After the death of the cell, these particles continue to exist. Bechámp called these small particles "microzymes". According to Bechámp's conviction, the microzymes are able to replicate and have their own metabolism. They can develop into bacteria or mycelia, as they are known from fungi. According to Bechámp, the microzyme represented the basis of all life. Bechámp reproached the researchers of his time for making their observations only on fixed, sliced and stained, i.e. dead, living organisms, whereas his observations would refer to living preparations. He was right about that, which did not go down very well. Bechámp was a contemporary of the two greatest scientific frauds in medical history, Louis Pasteur and Robert Koch. Pasteur accused Bechámp throughout his life of having taken up his own theories in a falsified form without naming him as the author, which he was right about. Pasteur thereby brought medicine onto a completely wrong path, which it is still on today. The deceiver Pasteur strictly rejected the view of pleomorphism, because he knew that Bechámp was right, and propagated the exact opposite, monomorphism (monostasis), according to which the form and function of each organism are determined by its genus, species, or hereditary factors, which was and is complete nonsense. Bechámp's ingenious discoveries inspired a number of scientists of the 19th and 20th centuries. These include the German zoologist Prof. Dr. Günther Enderlein and even Wilhelm Reich and Royal Rife. Without Enderlein, dark-field microscopy, a special method of examining living blood, would never have become known. With a dark field microscope one is able to examine living blood in a very inexpensive way and thus to show the microorganisms that are found in large numbers in the blood. The use of antibiotic drugs has a direct influence on the number of microorganisms in the blood of humans and animals.
 
Footnote 2: 
 
Ursula Stoll's books can be purchased from Praxis-Neue-Medizin-Verlag. www.praxis-neue-medizin-verlag.de
 
Article link.
The vaccination myth: The statistics
August 16, 2020
 
 
deepL translate
 
 "unvaccinated children are significantly healthier than vaccinated children".
 
“Again and again one hears the claim that vaccinations have led to a decrease in the death rate from diseases, or even eliminated them completely. Most people will never have investigated this thesis to verify it. But Dr. Gerhard Buchwald had already compiled a number of public statistics in his book "Impfen - das Geschäft mit der Angst" (Vaccination - the business of fear). Another is Dr. Wolfgang Ehrengut (book: die Impffibel), as are many others. There are quite a few government statistics on the individual diseases. Some of them are presented below.” - see article.
 
  • “CDC scientists admit that 90% of the decline in infectious disease mortality in the United States happened before vaccines were available. “
 
John Hopkins University and the US Centers for Disease Control (CDC) did a comprehensive study in 2000 on the assumption (vaccinations were responsible for the decline). This study was published in the journal Pediatrics, which is the journal of the American Association of Pediatricians, which is something like the flagship or fortress of classical opinions on vaccination. People who want to read up on these studies, the lead author is Bernard Guyer. 
 
Conclusion of the study:
"Thus, vaccination does not explain the impressive decline in mortality observed in the first half of the century.... nearly 90% of the decline in mortality from infectious diseases among US children occurred before 1940, when few antibiotics or vaccines were available."
 
Primarily it had to do with hygiene, with nutrition, with the establishment of sanitation, with refrigerators, with the reduction of population density and important infrastructures, clean water, good food. In fact, there was someone called Edward Kass, then the chairman of the Harvard medical school, who gave a very famous speech [New York Times]. In his speech he warned the people who were promoting vaccinations and other technologies that would try to claim mortality reduction. He said, "beware of them because they will make money out of it and use it to enhance their power and prestige."