Below is an excerpt from the attached article (page 8). The document includes two short articles “Exposing the Myth of the Germ Theory: Pasteur’s Germ Theory of Disease Causation” and “Exposing the Myth of the Germ Theory: The Viral Theory of Disease Causation.” These two short article would be good to send to people who are new to the Terrain Model as an introduction.“Each day, about 300 billion to over a half-trillion cells in our body expire (depending on our level of toxicity), each containing an average of 5,000-20,000 mitochondria. When cells die they are self-destructed by their own lysosomes, but the nuclei and the genomes of mitochondria are better protected than other cellular organelles and protoplasm and often do not completely decompose.Genomes and nuclei are microscopic templates of genetic information consisting of DNA or RNA that act as the control centre and the storehouse of the very ‘blueprints’ of the cell. As such, they are to mitochondria and cells what brains are to our body.Every cell and every mitochondrion contains this generic material which is actually the most protected pan of the cell (by virtue of its double-lipid protein sheath), just as our nervous system is the most vital and most protected portion of our physiology backbone and skull).Upon cellular death, mitochondria are broken down by lysosomes but not always completely, due to their highly protective double- membrane sheath. And here is where this explanation gets interesting.According to Guyton’s Textbook of Medical Physiology, a virus is said to be a minute bit of genetic material (called a genome) which is literally about a billionth the size of a cell.The genome is surrounded by a capsid covering that is usually a double lipid- protein sheath and is actually composed of two unit membranes (almost identical to the cell membrane) which, incidentally, is the very structure of the mitochondrian nucleus.Photos of “viruses” revealed through electron microscopes show their membranes to be rough and jagged, sometimes only pan of one layer and sometimes one layer and a portion of the second, which is consistent with the self-digesting action of lysosomes when their job of breaking down cellular waste is partial and incomplete. As such, this description of a “virus” is virtually identical with the description of the remaining genomes of the cell’s mitochondria as well.At one point, viruses were once living matter and some physiology texts hypothesize that they are the debris of spent cells. Lysosomes that disintegrate the spent cell often fail to break up these “viruses” surrounded by the double-lipid coat membrane.It is surprising that researchers fail to recognize these for what they apparently are—spent mitochondrian generic material, particularly fragments of RNA and DNA.
“Viruses” Are Not Micro-organisms
Even though medical authorities mistakenly attribute to this dead cellular debris the powers of life and malevolence, microbiologists acknowledge that viruses are dead bits of DNA in a protein-lipid membrane coat, although failing it realize its source.As such, genomes are control mechanisms but not micro-organ-isms as the medical establishment would have us believe, since these so-called “viruses” are merely lifeless fragments of mitochondrial generic debris. Because of this, viruses cannot cause disease unless they accumulate as filth and pollute our cells, tissues and circulation upon cellular death.Viruses, then, are dead genomes from disintegrated cells whose cellular membrane is not completely broken down by cellular lysosomes.Genomes have no characteristics of life whatsoever, and are merely bits of nucleic acid material normally recycled through phagocytosis or excreted as waste.Photos of alleged viruses “injecting themselves” into a cell actually show the cell literally engulfing the “virus” or proteinaceous debris.A dent, called invaginarion, then forms and the organic matter is surrounded by cellular substance which closes off, forming an impromptu stomach, and the “virus” disappears. The stomach then fills with powerful lysosome enzymes which digest the organic material, breaking it down into amino acids and fatty acids for recycling or elimination.This process is a normal feature of cell physiology called phagocytosis (literally, cell-eating)— the routine process of cellular ingestion and enzymatic digestion of bacteria, dead tissue debris and other errant cells.Viruses are merely inert organic material totally devoid of all life qualities and are never seen to act. Photographs purporting to showviruses in action are outright frauds: what is actually shown is an ordinary physiological process of phagocytosis which occurs countless times daily within the body.Remember, according to medical texts on virology and microbiology, viruses have the following un-lifelike characteristics:
- Viruses have no metabolism—they cannot process food-stuffs or nutriment and they have no energy formation. They are only a template, or pattern of information, as are all genomes.
- Viruses have no faculties for action of any kind—no nervous system, no sensory apparatus, and no intelligence that may coordinate movement or “bodily invasion” of any kind.
Viruses cannot replicate themselves—they supposedly depend entirely upon “obligate reproduction”—meaning, reproduction by a host organism, something totally unheard of in all biology.