What You Absolutely Need to Know About Your Biological Terrain

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Aric Cox Many of you have been on protocol, after protocol, after protocol. You have probably taken more supplements than food on some days too. How many times have you tried a homeopathic remedy that “lined up perfectly with your symptoms” or an herbal remedy that “has worked for everyone with your condition” only to […]

Your Cold is the Cure

Amandha Dawn Vollmer There are no contagious germs, just contagious habits. Knowing that your expressive symptoms are the body’s mechanism for communication and healing is something “big harma” doesn’t want you to be empowered with. Are you full of toxins and are operating nutritionally deficient? Well, there’s your trouble. The change of seasons is one […]

A Common Sense Approach to Respiratory Viruses – Part 1

Christof Plothe Viruses, like recent bacteria, are considered responsible for human diseases. Infectious diseases are indeed the foundation of modern medicine as we know it. But we learned in the last decades that 99% of bacteria around us benefit our health and environment. Did you know that the same applies to viruses? In fact, if […]

Is Terrain Theory Just a Theory?

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Rosanne Lindsay In the world of healing and opposite extremes, The Terrain Theory is contrasted to The Germ Theory. Are these opposing theories working for us?  Are people healing on all levels, physical, mental, emotional, spiritual? Or are opposites set up to cause friction, division, and separation? In a world of duality, are people coerced into making a […]

All Terrain: It’s Time for a Paradigm Shift

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Mike Stone When I initially began to question the fraud of virology, a big influence on my ability to push away the germ theory indoctrination that I had been subjected to for the majority of my life was learning that there was in fact an alternate theory for how disease manifests. This theory is known […]

Germ Theory Versus Terrain: The Wrong Side Won the Day

Merinda Teller Whereas most Americans probably have heard of Louis Pasteur (1822–1895), it is doubtful that many are familiar with the name and work of Antoine Béchamp (1816– 1908). The two nineteenth-century researchers were scientific contemporaries, compatriots and fellow members of the French Academy of Science, but key differences in their views on biology and […]

Germ or Terrain? Consensus or Hypothesis?

The Covid Physician Ever felt there is something wrong with virology? Particularly virus vaccinology? The whole shebang is riddled rife with failure, contradiction, inconsistency, conjecture and anti-science. Moreover, the exceptions to this imprecise orthodoxy seem only to bow to corporate and political convenience, never to proper science. Covid has brought the suspicion closer to an […]