What We Are Made Of and Other Bloody Conspiracies

Updated: Jun 4

by Tobias Beharrell

June 3, 2022


I sometimes humbly whisper that I think I know more about the body than most of the medical doctors who “treat” patients around the world every day. Why would I have the audacity to say such a thing? It is simple: because medical doctors almost exclusively treat symptoms – they seldom treat causes. This is not healing. I find it difficult if not impossible to respect someone who fails to help the sick or dying but instead covers up the cause by dulling the symptoms. This is no different than covering ones head with the blanket and believing the boogie man is no longer under the bed. If an expert with whom our very lives are entrusted actually knows how the body works they should be healing people rather than treating symptoms, should they not? And they are not doing so for lack of treatment options, as you will read later in this article. Clearly something is amiss in the world of modern medicine. But wait! It goes even deeper when you realize the same medical establishment has legislated itself to be the only people who may mutter such words as “treatment”, “heal”, and “cure”. Anyone else doing so without a license will be met with serious consequences, as you may well know.

On the surface, this makes perfect sense – after all, who would want uneducated, unqualified people to guide us in our darkest hours. This is serious business! In fact, this can be the difference between life and death! Yet to rethink what we have come to accept as the gold standard of medicine inevitably leads us to the dark conclusion heretofore acknowledged – treating symptoms is not healing. At the most it is “buying time” and delaying suffering. This I believe is part of the reason why so many people are now seeking alternative medicine and natural practitioners for their own health.

How then do we differentiate between the practitioners of the art of keeping us coming back and those who labour hard to prevent our return? The answer to that is the same as the answer I arrived at during my decades-long search for Health itself – it has to make sense. Have you ever noticed how modern medicine names symptoms as the disease rather than what causes them? To make sense, health care would have to consider what causes illness rather than just treat symptoms. And it has to help us feel better while teaching us how to stay that way ourselves! The only caveat I have about this statement is that we must learn to overcome the establishment propaganda that if an alternative practitioner is to be considered successful the “cure” must come overnight. This is not usually how real healing works, especially given the fact that we haven't had actual health care at all since the day we were born. We must now overcome everything we have been poisoned by since our birth.

Another method which the establishment has used to solidify its position in the hierarchy of our lives is to turn anything other than that which they claim as “science” as quackery. They have in fact educated us for our entire lives that their methods of treating symptoms are in actuality better than seeking to alleviate actual causes of the symptoms! If I may be so bold, please read that sentence again. Because there is no denying it. Take for example this quote from Johann Wolfgang von Goethe – an 18th century German poet, playwright, novelist, scientist, statesman, and critic:

“In the sciences, people quickly come to regard as their own personal property that which they have learned and had passed on to them at the universities and academies. If however, someone else now comes along with new ideas that contradict the Credo (that has been recited for years and passed on in turn to others) and in fact even threaten to overturn it, then all passions are raised against this threat and no method is left untried to suppress it. People resist it in every way possible: pretending not to have heard about it; speaking disparagingly of it, as if it were not even worth the effort of looking into the matter. And so a new truth can have a long wait before finally being accepted.”

Do not get me wrong, it is not that there are no good people practising medicine. Quite the opposite. It is the methods rather than the practitioners that I question. I know many of you are depending on and grateful for doctors right now, and so have I been. Now that I have these tenets established, let us take a look at some examples of the darker reality. Specifically, those relating to the blood as this is one of my areas of study.

Live blood is an interesting subject because you see it with your own eyes. As I often say, “The blood never lies!” It is true that there may be things that appear from time to time for which there is no known explanation, yet still there are others which have long-established explanations. One of the greatest arguments of medicine is between that of “Germ Theory” and “Terrain Theory”. A great deal of information (and disinformation) exists online, with experts in all camps citing their science, studies, and experience treating real human beings with their philosophies. Wait a minute, did I just say philosophies? Well yes, that is what they are until one can see results with their own eyes, which brings up the very core of the argument between the two “theories”.

Germ Theory

Underlying the very premise of germ theory is the doctrine that all microorganisms (I call them microforms in general) are fixed species, unchangeable; that each pathological fixed species is usually the cause of just one specific disease. This doctrine requires that microforms never arise endogenously, meaning that they have absolute origin within the host. Such a state would require that blood and tissues are completely sterile under healthy conditions. While in theory under perfect conditions the blood has the potential to be completely sterile, this is not what we see in real-world environments.

Decades-long and repeated observation of live blood under dark-field, bright, and phase-contrast microscopy establishes that the blood can contain various microforms in an otherwise healthy host or in a condition defined as asymptomatic in orthodox terms. These microforms are easily seen and charted prior to physical symptoms of illness occurring. Quite simply, over the course of decades these repeated observations have correlated their presence with other disease symptoms, and their disappearance with the return of health. As such, they serve as clear indicators of impending outward signs of disease.

Terrain Theory

Pleomorphic means “many forms” and is the opposite of monomorphism as described in Germ Theory. Pleomorphism is the foundation of microbiology, and it discredits the germ theory which traditional medicine holds as its very foundation. Microforms such as filterable bacteria, bacteria, fungi and mold are all the same organism at various stages of development and evolution. This is the very definition of Terrain Theory. Yet it is not a theory – we can see it happening in real-time under our microscopes every day. Every time I hear an “expert” debating (in fact often arguing with intense passion and conviction) that the Terrain theorists are clueless, I am speechless at the recognition that none of them have come to sit with a blood microscopist for a single afternoon to see for themselves the errors of their ways! The blood never lies - people lie.

The science of pleomorphism was established long before I ever owned my own microscope. In fact, long before I was even born. Extensive research science was established by such people as Antoine Béchamp – a French scientist now best known for breakthroughs in applied organic chemistry and for a bitter rivalry with Louis Pasteur, Günther Enderlein – a German zoologist, entomologist, microbiologist, researcher, and physician of 60 years, Wilhelm Reich – an Austrian doctor of medicine and psychoanalyst who was a member of the second generation of analysts after Sigmund Freud, and Gaston Naessens – the biologist researcher engineer who developed a unique optical instrument, the Somatoscope, capable of observing unstained living matter which culminated in his discovery of a new particle alive in fresh human blood which he called the somatid. Very few people within the culture of modern society have heard their names. Instead, most are familiar with the name Louise Pasteur – the “father” of modern 'germ theory'. Pasteur and Béchamp had fundamentally opposing ideas, not to mention personalities. While Béchamp sought through his studies to confirm pleomorphism, Pasteur argued for what today we call the 'germ theory' of disease – that which all of modern allopathic medicine is based. The research and development of Enderlein, Reich, and Naessens paralleled that of Béchamp.

What Béchamp, Reich, Enderlein and Naessens had in common is that they looked at blood in its living state with their own eyes. They witnessed evolutionary changes, and established the causes for them. They went on to teach many others who to this day continue to successfully practise the healing arts based on this system of biological science that opposes the establishment. Although working independently (and at different times) Béchamp, Enderlein, and Naessens all saw the same things and devised a named system for what they witnessed. As such, they each had different names for the same things.

Microzymas (Protits, Somatids, Bions)

These microorganisms (germs) feed upon the poisonous material which they find in the sick organism and prepare it for excretion. These tiny organisms are derived from still tinier organisms called microzyma. These microzyma are present in the tissues and blood of all living organisms where they remain normally quiescent and harmless. When the welfare of the human body is threatened by the presence of potentially harmful material, a transmutation takes place. The microzyma changes into a bacterium or virus which immediately goes to work to rid the body of this harmful material. When the bacteria or viruses have completed their task of consuming the harmful material they automatically revert to the microzyma stage.” - Antoine Béchamp

Béchamp inevitably proved scientifically that germs are the chemical byproducts and constituents of pleomorphic microorganisms interacting with the unbalanced, malfunctioning cell metabolism and dead tissues that are ultimately the causes of diseases. Béchamp discovered that a toxic and nutrient deficient diet, “toxic” emotions, and an overall toxic lifestyle are the causes of diseased, acidic, and low-oxygen cellular environments within the body. His discoveries illustrated the means by which cancer develops via morbid changes of germs into bacteria, bacteria into viruses, viruses into fungal forms, and fungal forms into cancer cells. Furthermore, he found the basic building and regulatory form which he named microzyma occurred in every cell in the bloodstream, in animals, plants, and even in rocks. He found them in the remains of dead animals several years after the animal's body had decomposed into dust. His observations concluded that in a healthy organism, microzymas work at repairing and nourishing all of the cells but when the terrain becomes acidic, the microzymas morph into viruses, bacteria, yeast, fungus, and mold to prepare to break down the host. Ashes to ashes, dust to dust.

In my practice, I make these same observations every day. Pleomorphic transformations, mycrozymas, the effects of acidity and toxins on the blood, body, and health of individuals. And turning the cycle around with the practice of alkaline diet, pH-adjusting supplementation when needed, healthy fats, and keeping real-time track of what is actually happening in the bloodstream so that we may establish and then maintain a healthy terrain within ourselves. Sometimes we deal with other co-factors, such as parasitism, Lyme Disease, brain fog, infections, and general un-wellness before we arrive at our goals, yet it is a journey that I urge everyone to take. We have the answers, so let's do it!

I have also duplicated the scientific microscopic observations of Béchamp, Reich, Enderlein and Naessens. Through his wide and varied body of work, Reich observed the effects of orgone energy (sometimes called prana, chi, life force energy, etc.) on red blood cells. The Reich Blood Test (RBT) examines the vigour and bio-energetic charge of one's red blood cells and may detect biopathic situations that are active within the organism without arriving at a specific diagnosis. It is based on the direct observation of live extracted blood. Reich claimed that as soon as red blood cells leave the vessels, they begin disintegrating into tiny particles. As described earlier, he named these particles “bions”. His observations determined that bions pulsated, were motile, and in a healthy organism gave off an intense blue light or “halo”. In classic biology, these characteristic protrusions of the cell membranes is referred to as “blebbing”. Reich recognized a very primitive and undifferentiated stage of the living state in bions which he described in detail in his book The Bion Experiments.

Between 1936 and 1939, Reich undertook numerous experiments in Oslo, Norway, which showed the bionic disintegration of living and non-living matter and the subsequent organization of bions in formations which manifested characteristics of living and functioning. In controlled experiments Reich observed the differences between live blood which was placed into an orgone energy field and other identical samples which were not. Examining the vigour, pulse and motility, width of energy field, rate of disintegration into bions, bion size, and bion distribution within the inner part of the cell plate. He discovered that the rate of disintegration of the samples from the orgone energy field were much slower than those which had not been in the field. The red blood cells kept within the orgone accumulator showed motility for a longer period of time, and the tension of the membrane was also preserved for a longer period of time. I have personally reproduced these experiments, as have many others since Reich including the Hellenic Institute of Orgonomy in Germany. Whereas the Hellenic Institute of Orgonomy utilized Reich-style orgone accumulator boxes featuring layers of organic and inorganic material, I utilized the electric versions of orgone accumulators created (and built personally) by Austrian-American inventor and scientist Karl Hans Welz.

The results were near identical to those of the Institute which showed that the red blood cells sampled from the orgone accumulator continued to display more motility at a rate of 60-70% as compared to the control samples. The rate of disintegration into bions was approximately 70% slower and the size of bions were larger by 90% by the end of the examinations. It was also noted that when the rate of humidity of the environment was higher, the differences between the orgone blood sample and the control sample were significantly smaller. In conclusion, orgone has a clear biological effect on the blood, improving the vigour of the red blood cells.

Photo Courtesy The Hellenic Institute of Orgonomy (Creative Commons)

I have also done experimentation on the living blood using scalar energy fields. While this research continues, I will report my findings which so far are similar to those described in the orgone experiments.

When we limit ourselves to the knowledge of others we include their beliefs. Beliefs are a great starting point, but not a great ending point. For real advancement and progress which we can apply to our own lives in real time and in the real world, we need substance. We need to know what something is, why it is, and when it is. And we need to be able to feel it beneath our own skin, deep within our own hearts so we know it as real. We must throw nothing out until we have considered all possibilities - especially those which yield substantial results that allow us to live our best lives. With more knowledge of things that we can see with our own eyes, we can truly embrace our positions as authors of our own lives. For this reason, I embrace both science and belief as the brothers of faith and wisdom. Together, we will find the truth.

Dedicated with Gratitude and Fond Memory to

Karl Hans Welz

1944 - 2021

Karl Hans Welz and his technologies, mind, and good humour

were instrumental in creating the person I have become today.

Without him, I would not be here.

Because of him, I came to learn that science and belief

are the brothers of faith and wisdom.

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