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Germ Theories: Bechamp vs Pasteur

Germ Theories: Bechamp vs Pasteur

By Anuradha Vashisht

Since early 20th century researchers and authors have accused Louis Pateur of building his reputation and altering the course of twentieth century science by plagiarizing and distorting the work of Bechamp.

In his book, The Dream and Lie of Louis Pasteur, originally published in the 1940’s under the title Pasteur, Plagiarist, Imposter, RB Pearson exposes facts concerning Pasteur which are still being ignored today, and provides a detailed historical background to the controversy surrounding vaccination. “The weird thing is that even during Pasteur’s lifetime, there were people who were saying that he was wrong, and that he knew he was wrong, but Pasteur was good at playing politics, and was in with the ruling class, so he won,” accuses Pearson.

In one of the greatest offence perpetrated by humanity on its own kind has been to relegate Bechamp’s research findings to the darkest recesses of history in favour of those of Pasteur, who has been hailed as the father of modern bacteriology.

Through the whole of the last century and into the present century, a number of researchers have taken up the cause of Bechamp and his research findings, and they have further established his credibility. Sadly, and to the misfortune of the entire world, all these research findings have been vehemently and deliberately ignored and the humankind pushed into the dungeon of disease and suffering.

The Dream and Lie of Louis Pasteur by RB Pearson (published in 1940) and Pasteur Exposed by E Douglas Hume are two of the many outstanding books that detail this blot on the history of science. There are numerous other documents and scientific evidences that prove what harm this lie has caused to all humanity.

Even Pasteur, on his deathbed, said that it was the organism, not the germ, that was most important in the cause and cure of disease, and this has been very well recorded and documented. It is sad that humanity, by and large, continues to believe the lie of Pasteur, which he himself admitted to be wrong, and man in ignorance, continues to wallow in self-inflicted pain and suffering.


  1. Disease arises from micro-organisms outside the body.
  2. Microorganisms are generally to be guarded against.
  3. The function of microorganisms is constant.
  4. The shapes and colours of microorganisms are constant
  5. Every disease is associated with a particular microorganism
  6. Microorganisms are primary causal agents.
  7. Disease can ‘strike’ anybody.
  8. To prevent disease we have to ‘build defences’.



  1. 1. Disease arises from micro-organisms within the cells of the body.
  2. These intracellular microorganisms normally function to build and assist in the metabolic processes of the body.
  3. The function of these organisms changes to assist in the catabolic (disintegration) processes of the host organism when that organism dies or is injured, which may be chemical as well as mechanical.
  4. Microrganisms change their shapes and colours to reflect the medium.
  5. Every disease is associated with a particular condition.
  6. Microorganisms become “pathogenic” as the health of the host organism deteriorates. Hence, the condition of the host organism is the primary causal agent.
  7. Disease is built by unhealthy conditions.
  8. To prevent disease we have to create health.