What exactly does pleomorphism mean?
We all know that there’s a strong connection between diseases and a person’s tendency towards a certain disorders.
However, there is still something that not everyone of us knows, or at least, we’re not aware of it.
It’s something that enables us to successfully treat infectious diseases without antibiotics, as well as the susceptibillity to infections.
It is a very special way of looking at medicine, namely the changeability of bacteria, or pleomorphism.
The doctrina of pleomorphism was founded by the great researcher, zoologist and microbiologist Professor Dr. Gunther Enderlein (1872-1968) who, at the beginning of the 20th century, had resumed the research work begun by Beauchamp and Pasteur.
In order to understand the fundamental significance of pleomorphism and the „internal milieu”, we need to comprehend the teaching of Prof. Enderlein and other researchers of pleomorphism.
Well, the purpose of this article is to give you a clearer picture of pleomorphism and related concepts needed to understand it.
1. Prof. Enderlein’s pleomorphism
Isopathic remedies, based on pleomorphistic thinking, penetrate deeply into the metabolism and the internal milieu of the mesenchyma, body fluids and cells.
Pleomorphistic thinking states that human beings and all animals are linked with Nature in the most intense way through rhythm and reactions are subject to constant change (pleo = mainfold; morph = shaped).
But man is also in inner symbiosis with a „primal parasite”, or „primal symbiont”.
This symbiosis takes place on two development cycles: the developmental stages of the fungus Muccor racemosus, called „endobiont” by Prof. Enderlein, and the developmental stages of Aspergillus niger.
The „endobiont” – a „living protein” – is said to have „infected” the whole mammalian order millions of years ago, thus actually making it possible for the order to evolve from that point.
The low evolutionary stages of this endobiont (low valencies) fulfill vital functions as high molecular proteins within the living organism.
So they guarantee the various stages of coagulation, ensure the viscosity and flow proprieties of the body’s fluids, and enable the acid-alkaline regulation.
These evolutionary stages of the endobiont are dependent on the milieu in which they are situated.
In their „higher valencies” the endobionts form bacteria, and at their „culmination” fungi – Muccor racemosus, or maybe Aspergillus niger – tubercule bacillus.
The Aspergillus cycle in its evolutionary stages, is responsible for the diseases which a Biological doctor would alocate as „paratuberculinic diseases”.
This tuberculinic type includes predominantly diseases of the connective tissue and structural organs, but also the lymphocite system.
However, there are still several others symbiotic particles which form others evolutionary cycles and culminate in other types of fungi (e.g. Penicilin, Candida).
2. The significance of the „internal milieu”
Enderlein explains that all human diseases are the expression of upward evolution of low valencies to become high valencies.
As a consequence, all diseases are endobioses and therefore need to be treated by a change in milieu.
It is solely the metabolic milieu which determines the valencies of the endobiont, which of course is not pathological in its low valencies, and is even necessary.
The milieu is shaped by:
- The acid-alkaline situation;
- The mineral content (electrical resistance);
- The protein content (the free radical content);
- The redox potential (i.e. free, available electrons.
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3. Isopathic remedies alter pathogenicity
Bacteria are high valencies of the endobiont, or of other cyclogenic evolutionary series.
Alongside the two „primal symbionts” of the Muccor and Aspergillus cycles, Enderlein also describes other cycles that he called cyclogenies: Penicillium notatum and Penicillium roquefortii.
Special bacteria belong to each of these cycles, which culminate in the fungal stage.
This bacteria can be treated with the special isopathic medicines, produced from the low, non-pathogenic stage of their corresponding cycle (i.e. chondrite).
The appropriate isopathic remedy is capable of altering the pathogenicity of the bacterium, taking it to a different cyclogenic stage.
This cyclogenic stage on the one hand, is apathogenic and, on the other hand can be addressed by the appropriate immunobiological medicament in an immunological way.
However, this „antibiotic treatment” is – contrary to the orthodox medicine way of thinking, not an antibiosis, but a downward development of the corresponding bacteria into a less pathogenic form (lower valencies).
For naturopaths and non-medical practitioners, there is no physico-chemically isolated partial thinking, because with each illness the organism as a whole is ill.
The outcome of this isopathic treatment is not antigenic or toxic debris, as happens in the case of bactericidal antibiosis, but instead, symbiontic, apathogenic bacteria or even lower valencies.
4. Pleomorphistic dynamics of bacteria
Bacteria are not „fixed entities”, always developing the same disease, but are in a constant state of flux.
They can change from one form to another and even become different bacteria, or even reach a fungal stage, the so called „culminating stage” of the evolutionary cycle.
There are also „viral” stages of the „symbionts”, which develop upwardly, in both intracellular and extracellular situations and exert a direct influence on the cell’s metabolism.
So, the human being is in a most intense state of symbiosis with a whole world of bacteria and micro-organisms , which is changing constantly according to the milieu, diet and person’s alkaline state.
Thus, bacteria, viruses and fungi must not be categorised as alien, but rather as a part of ourselves, and – by corrections of the internal milieu – their pathogenicity can also be altered.
The discovery of pleomorphistic thinking, is that these micro-organisms are created as a result of upward evolution from the protein components of their own cells, called „protites” by Enderlein, and also known as „somatites” nowadays.
Normally they are present in every human cell and every bodily fluid.
Even more fascinating is the discovery that we are supplied with these particles at conception and that, later, they survive us by a considerable length of time, i.e. they return to Nature as a part of ourselves.
They can withstand temperatures of up to 380 °C, meaning that they cannot be „killed off” by sterilisation.
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4. Enderlein’s most important discovery
However, Enderlein’s most important discovery was also the stimulus for his effective isopathic treatment:
The „High Valencies”, meaning the bacterial and fungus forms, can be reduced by the „Low Valencies”, i.e. the body’s own protites (protein and nucleic acids) and „devolved” downwards into apathogenic forms, if the latter are present in sufficient quantity and the milieu is right.
And so it is clear that, the presence of so called „low valencies” plus the correct cell and plasma milieu, are important for good immunity, and in this way man is given good powers of resistance precisely because of the presence of the pre-stages of bacteria and viruses.
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So, it is not bacteria and viruses which are „harmful, dangerous and to be exterminated”, but only their monomorphistic spread in an inflexible, block-inducting faulty milieu.
This make antibiotics and antimycotics largely unnecessary, and even bacterial and fungal monodiagnosis loses much of its meaning.
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5. Illness does not originate with bacteria
On the contrary, the knowledge that the spread of a single bacterial type is present, inflexible in its behaviour, shows us that we are dealing with a block, which no longer permits any dynamic downward development.
Thus illness does not originate with bacteria, but with blocks, which permit monomorphic growth of one bacterial strain.
In order to treat a bacterial disease, therefore, the blockage must be treated, rather than killing the bacterium.
If we kill the bacterium with bactericidal antibiotics, all that results is bacterial debris.
Debris are still microbiological elements and, should later changes occur in the milieu, they could evolve upwards, possible into even more pathogenic organisms.
Orthomolecular substances and acid-alkaline regulators remove blocks which are created by mineral deficiencies, over-acidity or heavy metals, thus enabling isopathic downward development of high valencies.
Regarding the milieu, it has shown that:
- The primitive stages (low valencies) demand an alkaline milieu;
- The bacterial stages demand a slightly alkaline pH;
- The fungal stages demand an acid pH level.
In a microbiological culture with a stable pH, the microbe can evolve neither upwards or downwards; it remains in a monomorphic form. However, these are not representative of the behaviour of the same microbs in the native blood.
Enderlein referred to this rigidity of pH or milieu as „mochlosis” (being locked and bolted).
6. Darkfield Microscopy
In order to evolve upwardly, each microbe produces an organic acid, even from the first stage of development, and this favors upward evolution:
- Muccor racemosus frasen produces lactate (Lactic acid);
- Aspergillus nigerproduces citrate (Citric acid);
- Penicillium notate produces Penicillic acid.
In order to observe the upward evolution of endobionts in their customary milieu, they must be viewed in the native blood, through the most rapid and informative method of investigation – Darkfield Microscopy.
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The pathogenicity of a pathogen is only found in only one evolutionary stage, rarely in two or more.
In each cycle, the apathogenic (low valencies) stages perform vital functions within the human body, so that true symbiosis exists.
Modern medicine has achieved many triumphs. Unfortunately, it has shown little success with the chronic and degenerative diseases that are common today.
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The pleomorphism of Prof. Enderlein’s Cyclogenia of Bacteria allows us a completely new access to treatment of infections, and a way of treating chronic diseases successfully.
For the practitioner of Biological Medicine, the mode of treatment and palette of medicines which arise from this perspective are of the utmost importance.
So, how useful do you find this completely different medical perspective?