Whenever we peer into the microscope to look at living blood, we inevitably come upon principles of chemistry and physics looking back at us. These principles are so core to existence itself that it seems odd that medicine has yet to incorporate these concepts in its practice and medical schools have yet to teach them to medical students. But having said that, it is also apparent that many who study in the naturopathic field as well have missed some of these ideas.


To that end, we felt it important to fully share another excerpt from our book “How You Rot & Rust” which we use as pre-training for our basic flow systems auditing & microscope workshops. Another section of this website gives a “Rot & Rust Tour” and if you have not been through it, you may find some of the concepts of interest.


What makes this section so important is that if you get the gist of what is written here, you will discover keys to the secret of reversing and eliminating heart disease.


If you are imaging “live blood” for education with microscopy and have not taken a Biomedx training program, then it is quite possible you are about to learn in detail for the first time a most fundamental aspect of the blood which causes most of the pictures you see to be.


With that said, let’s get started with a little overview of some research that will lead into our main topic of discussion.


Insights From the Stealth Pathogen


Lida Mattman is a researcher who has written on the nature of these microorganisms in a book entitled “Cell Wall Deficient Forms - Stealth Pathogens”. This refers to the little microbial forms that show an ability to be present one moment and not the next, just like the microbial forms that come and go in the blood. They have this changeable stealth nature about them. In the introduction to her book she recounts the words of earlier researchers regarding this topic.


In 1892 Wilhelm Zopf wrote that it was thought that only micrococcus could produce micrococci, not rods or spirals, and similarly, spirals could give rise to spirals only and not to rods and cocci, and fungi are not able to pass through different stages. He stated that the old theory now only has historical significance.


In 1899 Willibald Winkler, MD, found remarkable deviations in forms, and using carefully prepared pure cultures, found that bacteria pass through stages with markedly different morphology. He stated his observations would likely not be accepted immediately.


100 years later these observations are still not generally accepted by medical thinkers.


A very insightful section of Lida Mattman’s book discusses how changing the terrain of the culture medium, changes the developmental form of the microbe. Examples: anthrobacter develop rods, rather than spheres if peptone is added to the glucose-mineral salts medium; whether triangle forms or ellipsoidal forms of yeast develop will be dependent on the amino acid mix in the medium; candida develops only budding yeast cells when glucose is the sole carbon source, but with soluble starch, glycogen, or dextrin, there is extensive filamentation; the presence of simple ions can determine the shape of an organism; for some fungi, mycelia form only when zinc, copper and iron cations are all present; excess zinc can prevent fungal sporulations.


All of this leads back to the terrain. The terrain is everything and it is the premise behind How You Rot & Rust.


In the human body, many think of the blood as a fluid, but it is more akin to a suspension, i.e. solid particles are suspended in a liquid.


In essence, blood is a suspension of colloids.


In colloid chemistry blood could easily be thought of as nothing more than a colloidal slurry and the principles that apply to any colloidal slurry or suspension also apply to the blood.  The term most apt to explain the coming together of the red blood cells and the various microbial forms in the blood is ZETA POTENTIAL. This relates to the electrical charge around a colloid. In the blood this is controlled by pH and all the other elements found in the “soup”.  

Key Tool in This Discussion will be the Conductivity Tester

Dr. T.C. McDaniel built an entire and very successful cardiovascular /renal clinic around this one tool keeping people healthy and avoiding heart issues for decades of practice.

He learned of this technology in his 50’s and used it with clients up through his 90’s when he finally retired.
He celebrated his 100th birthday in 2014.

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