The Surprising Job of a Virus


Louis Pasteur, the man who gave us the ‘Germ Theory’, which launched the world of invisible invaders that attack our bodies, on his death bed said that his theory was wrong. Yes that’s right, as hard as this is to believe, his exact words were “the germ is nothing, the terrain is everything”.

Now that we have microscopes powerful enough to see things as small as a virus (1 billionth of a meter), scientists can finally give us an explanation for Pasteur’s dying declaration “the germ is nothing”.

The best place to start is with the most famous virus (until now), HIV. James Hildreth, a Professor at John Hopkins University, did extensive research into the HIV virus. He published his findings in a paper entitled “A virus is an exosome”. This is what he discovered.

Viruses (exosomes) are not the cause of an illness, but the response to an illness. In fact, viruses are produced by the cell in response to a toxin, poison, or bacteria that is harmful to the cell. In other words, viruses are actually the remedy to the poison. Now I know that your brain is probably spinning at this point, but stay with me and let’s look at the experiment that proved this. Scientists mixed human cells with bacteria (endotoxins), which bore holes in the cell membrane, causing the contents to leak out and the cell to die. What they observed was that the cells which produced viruses (exosomes) where kept alive, but the ones that didn’t died. The viruses had actually consumed the bacteria in order to contain them so they would not do damage to the cells.

So what exactly is a virus?

Viruses are pieces of RNA or DNA, they have no nucleus, no respiratory system, or circulatory system and no digestive system. In other words, viruses are not alive. They are in fact, when mixed with the water in your body, more like solvents. Their job is to contain and clean up toxins. There are literally hundreds of thousands of possible viruses that the body can produce, each one made specifically for a particular cell for a particular function. For example, there are specific viruses for cleaning veins, others for lymphs, some for nerves and blood. They are primarily your internal janitors.

Dr Andrew Kaufman, a medical doctor from MIT, explains further that we’ve been lead to believe that the immune system is a warfare system, defending us against outside invaders, when it’s actually more like the operations manager and support system. It directs the resources in your body to handle every situation, to locate and remove toxic substances and destructive organisms.

So if the body is producing these viruses (exosomes), it’s doing so in response to a poison, toxin or bacteria, that it needs to absorb. The role of a virus is to facilitate healing by devouring bacteria, toxins and poisons so they cannot do damage to the cell. Viruses, according to Dr Kaufmann, are not the cause of an illness, they are the antidote.

Now if you’re still struggling with this new understanding, I should mention the German virologist, Dr Stefan Lanka, who, trying to bring this important information to the public’s attention, offered $100,000 to anyone who could prove the existence of the virus that caused measles. A man who was convinced he had proved this, filed a lawsuit against Dr Lanka which reached the Supreme Court of Germany. After reviewing all the documents, the experts called to testify were forced to acknowledge that there was, in fact, no evidence for the existence of a virus causing measles.

So what’s really making people sick?

Much like cholesterol, which is actually a repair material the body makes when a cell is damaged, viruses are produced when the health of a cell is threatened by certain conditions. The following list is some of the conditions that cause the body to produce viruses.

• Processed foods
• Pesticides and herbicides
• Industrial contaminants in water
• Chemicals in cleaning products and personal hygiene products
• Air pollutants
• Synthetic plastic used to make textiles for clothing
• Stress (fear)
• Cancer
• Ionizing radiation
• Infections
• Injury
• Immune responses
• Diseases
• Electromagnetic radiation (wireless technology), especially 5G.

So as you can see, there is no shortage of reasons for the body to manufacture a virus.

Of course there is the possibility that the body can become so consumed by the amount of toxins that the viruses can’t collect them fast enough and the person dies. After all, that is a very long list of toxic substances.

I don’t think you could discuss viruses without somebody asking the question of contagion, although I’m not sure why anyone should be worried about catching the antidote to a toxin, but let’s see where the evidence takes us.

Now you would think that there would be all kinds of research proving that viruses are contagious, but that is not the case. According to Dr Kaufmann, there are no conclusive studies that viruses are contagious. That’s right, NONE. Apparently the medical community has been operating under an assumption that has never been proven to be true. As a matter of fact, the only studies that were conducted occurred in 1918 during the Spanish Flu epidemic, which killed 50 million people (half the world population). All three of the experiments, which were designed to prove that viruses were transmittable between people, failed 100% of the time. Let’s examine each one of them.

In the first experiment the scientist had the sick person sit uncomfortably close to the healthy person and carry on a conversation for a period of time. In the second experiment the flu victim put his lips as close to the healthy person as possible without touching and the sick person breathed out as the healthy person breathed in. The last study took it all the way and removed some of the mucus from the nose of the ill person and inserted it into the nose of the healthy person. Each experiment was done 100 times and in every case none of the healthy people became ill. So the only substantial research ever done was conducted during the deadliest flu epidemic that world has ever seen and it failed 300% of the time to prove that viruses are contagious. Wow! Where was the media when that piece of news made history?

So let’s sum all this up.
Viruses are made by the body in response to a toxin that needs to be cleaned up. Viruses are not alive, they are more like solvents. They are not the problem, they are the solution to the problem. And lastly, the only substantial experiments ever done, proved 100% of the time that viruses are not contagious.

In the end Pastuer did try to rectify his mistake, but unfortunately, he had already launched what would be the massive industry of vaccination. This does however, beg the question, why would anyone want to vaccinate against the remedy to the disease?