The following are several references on
the definition for the word virus. You will
note that the latin word for virus is poison.
The truth about a virus is that a virus
is a liquid poisonous dietary and/or metabolic
acid. It is NOT a microbe!
You do not catch a virus. Viruses are not
sexually transmitted. The virus is an
acidic waste product from an inverted way
of living, eating and thinking.
From Webster's New Twentieth Century Dictionary,
virus, n.[L., poison.]
1. venom, as of a snake
2. (a) any of a group of ultramicroscopic
or submicroscopic infective agents that cause
various diseases, as smallpox: viruses are
capable of multiplying in connection with living
cells and are variously regarded as living
organisms and as complex proteins;
(b) specifically, a filterable virus;
(c) the exudation from the vesicles of cowpox,
used as vaccine for smallpox.
3. that which corrupts or poisons the mind
or character; evil or harmful influence.
From Oxford English Dictionary
Virus [L virus slimy liquid, poison,
offensive odour or taste. Hence also F.,
Sp. Pg. virus.]
In Lanfranc's Cirurgie (c 1400)77 the word
explained as ' a thin venomy quitter' is merely
taken over from the Latin text.
1. Venom, such as is emitted by a
2. Path. A morbid principle or poisonous
substance produced in the body as the result
of some disease, esp. one capable of being
introduced into other persons or animals by
inoculation or otherwise and of developing
the same disease in them.
3. fig. A moral or intellectual poison,
or poisonous influence.
4. Violent animosity; virulence.
(one dated quotation)
From The Encyclopedia Americana, 1958
Virus, Infectious disease-producing agent
largely characterized by small size and
ability to reproduce only within living cells,
that is a minute, obligate parasite.
Discovery of the chemical nature and
crystallization of tobacco mosaic virus (the
first virus acid discovered) by Wendell M Stanley
in 1935 (Science, June 28, 1935) opened the
way for purification and intensive study of
viruses or crystal acids.
(Dr. Stanley brought Dr. Peter Duesberg to Stanley
Hall in Berkeley in the 1960s. Dr. Duesberg
wrote the book, Inventing the AIDS Virus)
Now, to get your heads on straight,
here is a piece from "The Blood and Its
Third Anatomical Element" by A. Bechamp
"An eminent surgeon, M. Verneuil, ended by
admitting as a demonstrated theorem that there
is no spontaneous tetanus, that there is no
spontaneous small pox, syphilis, glanders,
hydrophobia, tuberculosis (tell this to the CDC
and Mr. Speaker, the attorney from Atlanta
diagnosed with TB and his Doctors), carbon
or malignant pustule; declaring that the
pathogenic problem consisted solely in discovering
how and when the microbe, also called virus,
come from without, penetrates into the
organism; declaring that the question is
thus stated between old medicine and the microbina
medicine with extreme simplicity and without the
"But these assertions (of Surgeon Verneuil) are
reduced to nothing, when we call to mind that
the pretended germs of the air are only the
microzymas of organisms which have disappeared,
which had become bacteria by evolution; that
even at the Acadamy of Medicine I said--and no
one ventured to contradict me on the nosological
roll by taking the pretended pathogenic microbe
in normal air, but only in the diseased animal."
I must say that I am indebted to both Dr. Antione
Bechamp and Dr. Verneuil for saving ourselves
and whatever is left of our civilization from
the peril of a viral microbe dogma and from
current vival medical treatments, for those who
have ears to hear and eyes to see.
Bottom line, the present of a virus or a crystal
acid or a bacterium such as TB, is not caused by
infection, but is caused by personal lifestyle and
The key to health, energy and vitality is
simple - maintain the alkaline design of
your body with cholorphyll, nascent oxygen,
alkaline water, healthy polyunsaturated fats,
and mineral salts.
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