If you’ve never heard about the life-long conflict between Louis Pasteur and Antoine Bechamp, don’t worry, you’re not alone. Try looking for Bechamp’s name in the Encyclopaedia Britannica – you won’t find it.
And yet during their lifetimes, they were equally famous and respected in France. Now however, in most histories of biology and medicine, it’s as though Bechamp never existed.
Hume explains what happened, and why. Everything is documented, with many references to the original writings and publications of the two researchers.
Ethel’s Hume book documents the bitter relationship that existed between the two scientists.
“For the few physicians that can think outside the box of their medical training, Hume’s book will challenge your thinking on the “disease theory” that has dominated American medical schools for the past century. It is very well researched and presents documentation from the Academy of Physicians of which both Pasteur and Bechamp were members. She presents excerpts of presentations, including timelines, for which both men supplied before the academy, and one will readily see the vast differences in intelligence and integrity between these two individuals.”
“This is, in my opinion, a book which everyone should read – the facts, which have been so suppressed, need to be revealed to the whole world”
This book is relevant too. THE BLOOD AND ITS THIRD ELEMENT was Bechamp’s last book, so it sums up all his thinking, and describes many of his experiments.
“This is an excellent book for knowledge seekers who do not take anything at face value. It is not an easy-read book but if you take the time to read and re-read you will gain valuable information that can strengthen your knowledge about the human body and all its elements especially the blood. I highly recommend this book for those wishing to expand their health related knowledge base.”