A Mystery Of Disease
Pleomorphism … the ability of some micro-organisms to alter their shape or size in response to their own environmental conditions.
In the 1930s an inventor and scientist named Royal R. Rife using a 60,000 power optical microscope he developed, observed two organisms he referred to as Bacterium X (BX) and Bacterium Y (BY) that seemed to be the basis of all other organisms ranging from these two evolving through pleomorphic stages becoming viruses, bacteria, to yeast, mold and fungus. Other researchers before and after Rife confirmed that microbes could alter their form and appear as different microbes. All microbes that live in our body evolve through basically the same stages in their evolution.
According to Professor and Doctor Gunther Enderlein (1872 - 1968) the primitive phases live in strong alkaline pH.
Bacterial phases live in mild alkaline pH.
Fungal forms live in a medium acid pH.
Viral forms live in a strong acid pH.
In order to stabilize their own environment each of them produces an organic acid.
The existence and evolutionary prowess of these organisms has been documented by the following three inventor/scientists with their respective microscopes:
• Royal R. Rife 60,000 power optical microscope.
• Gaston Naessen 20,000 to 30,000 power optical microscope.
• Kurt Olbrich 20,000+ power optical microscope.
The existence of these microscopes defies the so-called laws of physics according to scientists, many of which consider the subject fraudulent or heresy. Verifying that live viruses could evolve from bacteria by changing form for example, violated the long held belief that germs cause disease, and brought retribution from medical organizations and special interest groups as well.
Most of the phases of these organisms can only be seen to some extent through a darkfield microscope and then only their later and larger phases of development with insufficient detail.
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