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The Origin of Life in

Cascade Fermentation Concentrates
Looking at a drop of blood under a microscope, you
can see very small living organisms called symbionts,
gliding between the cells like whirling snowflakes. They
are present in all animal and plant tissues and live in har-
mony with the body that hosts them in a symbiontic, that
is, mutually beneficial relationship: they are the basis of
life, permanently engaged in correcting anomalies.
It was way back in
1870 that Antoine
Bechamp, a con-
temporary of Pasteur,
discovered these liv-
ing particles to which
he gave the name
They change shape
and size according to the state of health of the body in
which they live, thus confirming the theory of bacterial
Disease occurs when the balance is upset, interfering
with the normal func-
tions of the microzy-
mas or symbionts.
In conditions of poor
health (due to malnu-
trition, toxins, physi-
cal or psychological
stress), the symbiont,
a harmless agent that
is the source of life,
turns into a pathogenic germ, i.e., a microbe!
The surprising conclusion is that microbes are not re-
sponsible for causing disease as Pasteur believed, but
are themselves created by disease and by a favourable
terrain as hypothesized by Bechamp.
In fact, if the microbe were solely responsible for a
disease, how do we explain the fact that nurses who
cure tuberculosis patients are not infected while other
persons, much less exposed to the bacillus, succumb to
the disease very quickly?
Enderlein (1872-1968) also held that the environment
affects the shape and functions of microorganisms, caus-
ing them to change from non-pathogenic to pathogenic
forms, from non-virulent to virulent forms. In a healthy
individual, the symbiont and the host live in a mutually
beneficial relationship, a balance that may be upset by
harmful agents in the environment.
Dr. Nader Butto, an Israeli cardiologist, has recently
offered a very good explanation of the nature of bionts
or microzymas defining them as the smallest unit of life,
a bridge between dead and living systems.
In fact, they have two different life cycles: a “microcycle”
made up of three forms, which can be seen in healthy
individuals and a more complex “macrocycle” made up
of sixteen forms, which are normally seen in individuals
with degenerative diseases, including cancer.
It has been observed that, in cases in which a radical
change or deterioration has taken place inside the body,
these elements go through several phases of cyclic
development, transforming themselves from harmless
agents into disease-inducing bacteria or fungi.
If you observe the blood, secretions and tissues of cancer
patients, you will find mainly vesicular and strip-shaped
Dr. Claudia Campagnoli
Naturopath and pharmacist -
Scientific reporter specialized in
acid-alkaline and nutritional rebalancing.
Picture of blood after 24 hours, with
parasitic forms and symbionts
formed by the body.*
The white spots are symbionts *
forms of an intense, bright blue colour that do not look at
all like a cell or bacterium; in their sputum, you will find
wriggling and throbbing tailed amoebas. How did they
reach the human respiratory system if they don’t exist in
the atmosphere?
They must therefore originate from inside the body: the
decomposition of tissue produces these structures, which
infect the body in which they live.
So, returning to our theory of polymorphism whereby
the same microbe can take on several different forms
according to the environment in which it is living, it
is clear that, if the individual’s good health is restored
by something that regenerates the energy “terrain”,
the pathogenic germs that it houses will return to their
original form of microzymas and resume their function
as pacific protectors.
When the terrain is strengthened, the microbes disap-
pear, taking the disease with them.
Many active and long-living symbionts ensure a good
immune system.
If the immune defences are weak and disease is present,
it can be seen that there are hardly any symbionts left in
the blood because they have developed into a parasitic
Dr. Hans Niedermaier, in his search for a product
capable of rebalancing
today’s excessively
rapid and sophisticated
diet and helping us to
live better by contrast-
ing the tremendous
stress to which we are
subject, has recently managed to obtain, through the
cascade fermentation of walnuts, fruit and vegetables,
activated plant enzymes with considerable vibratory
energy, which, astonishingly, when observed under the
microscope, appear identical to the symbionts present
in healthy blood.
When studying the product in 2002, E. Scheller (comple-
mentary therapist) discovered that it contains prototypes of
living bacilli in a highly concentrated, pure form and that
endogenous symbionts may be activated, energized and
multiplied by adding the symbionts present in CF-Concen-
trates, which the human body recognizes as its own.
This regulatory system
is spectacular in that
you can actually see
directly how it im-
proves the quality of
the blood and the
vitality of the cells and
parts of the body.
In-vitro experiments have shown that when the con-
centration of symbionts in the cascade fermented
concentrate is added to a drop of degenerated blood
containing bacteria, the latter disintegrate, return to their
original form and are converted back into symbionts.
The energy in our body increases considerably because
the CF-Concentrate, with its over 10,000 different de-
composed enzymes, acts as a cleaning agent, elimi-
nating the toxins from the cells, by binding them and
transferring them to the expelling organs of the body.
This means that CF-Concentrates eliminate acidifying
elements, thus creating an alkaline terrain in the blood,
which is the preliminary condition for good health.
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