Gunther Enderlein published his concepts of microbial life cycles based on blood analysis observations in the book The Life Cycle of Bacteria Bakterien Cyklogenie . He theorized that the origin of every microbe was a tiny protein of plant origin that Enderlein called protits or colloids. Furthermore, he thought that specific stimuli caused this protein to polymerize from ball-like structures which he labeled symprotits and makrosymprotits into spermites, which Enderlein believed was a virus or prestage of bacteria. From this spermite viral phase , Enderlein reported that further development to a bacterium could take place, with final culmination into the fungi Aspergillus niger or Mucor racemosus. Modern research conducted by Dr. Christopher Gerner, Ph.
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This article is supported by the science and academia work group marked as Mid-importance. Enderlein was critical of the scientists of his day, because he felt they followed dogma, rather than presenting scientific evidence. I guess this article supports his contentions that the scientists who attacked him were not scientific.
He must be rolling in his grave reading this biography. Perhaps he was taking his own medicine? Surely, the ultimate acid test of his theories is his own longevity!
No serious scientist has any doubts about this. All responsible biologists and medicine doctors agree that pleomorphism is a bogus theory. So, this hardly needs any proof. Instead, the references listed for the article are all coming from quacks and their quack institutes.
This also requires little proof, a Google search for reliable sources about that would do. There have been several reputable bacteriologists in the last century who published their findings, such as Dr. Edward Rosenow of the Mayo Foundation and Dr. Ralph Mellon of the University of Rochester are other notable names, at least from the standpoint of the organizations they represented from which they published their studies. These are people from some of the top research facilities in the nation and world.
There certainly are some quacks who want to profit from the controversy, though. With that said, the article really is lacking some crucial material that would make the article much more valuable. It would be beneficial if some studies could be referenced. With such a great controversy, there ought to be some substantial articles for people to read when they come to the page. He has influenced the Sanum therapy community.
His claim to have demonstrated that bacteria could be made pleomorphic was never replicated outside of his lab.
This article is supported by the science and academia work group marked as Mid-importance. Enderlein was critical of the scientists of his day, because he felt they followed dogma, rather than presenting scientific evidence. I guess this article supports his contentions that the scientists who attacked him were not scientific. He must be rolling in his grave reading this biography. Perhaps he was taking his own medicine? Surely, the ultimate acid test of his theories is his own longevity!
Blood examination in darkfield according to Prof. Dr. Gunther Enderlein
Enderlein was a visionary thinker who made profound discoveries about the nature of chronic disease during his 60 year career. He wrote over scientific papers, was a journal editor, lectured internationally and founded the IBICA Institute for microbiological research into health. The phases of cyclogeny start from virus-sized particles, progressing to bacteria and then culminating a fungi. These microbial forms exist throughout the body and are symbiotic or pathogenic according to the conditions of the inner environment. By contrast, modern medicine is based on the monomorphistic view that microbes exist primarily in one form and mainly attack the body from the outside. Enderlein observed human microflora by using live blood under a darkfield microscope which enabled him to identify various types of degeneration.
A Modern Scientific Perspective On Prof. Dr. Enderlein’s Concept Of Microbial Life Cycles
Armeekorps in Stettin und wurde im Rang und Gehalt eines Stabsarztes eingestellt. Bausteine zur Vollgesundheit und Akmosophie" — Die Firma wurde stillgelegt. Einzelheiten dazu siehe Zwick Mit den Arbeiten von Louis Pasteur und Robert Koch setzte sich diese auch innerhalb der medizinischen Bakteriologie durch. Vertreter dieser Auffassung sind der Ansicht, dass Bakterien ein vielgestaltiges Wachstum zeigen, Generationswechsel vollziehen und einem Formenwandel unterliegen.