Recently I watched a film which is delivering some information which may stun most viewers, challenging many common beliefs around health, in particular Louis Pasteur's 'germ theory'.
The film features prominent doctors including Dr Andrew Kaufman, Dr Sam Bailey, Dr Thomas Cowan and virologist Stefan Lanka.
In the first section of the film, their one main message is this:
Viruses have never been proven to exist.
Really? Can this be true?
In the film they explain how germ theory evolved, how viruses have never been isolated in laboratories, and then ask the question, if a virus hasn't been shown to exist, can it cause disease?
Apparently, many 'viruses' including C-19, HIV, Aids, Ebola, Measles... have never been isolated and proven to exist. Did you know this? I didn't!
They describe research where healthy people were exposed to people sick with a 'virus', and no matter how hard they tried (breathing on them, spitting on them...), they couldn't cause illness in the healthy people.
It's also pretty shocking to learn how tissue culture experiments are done to determine if a virus exists:
They also share that 'spike proteins' may not actually exist either!
And explain how the PCR test is ineffective and meaningless, which then means all the results and statistics of illness are most likely bogus. Did you know this?
In part 2 of the film one of the main topics is the importance of good water for health.
Veda Austin shares how after a catastrophic car accident, and several years of not recovering, she drank highly alkaline water which enabled her body to excrete glass shards which had been hidden in her body!
They also talk about 'contagion' and how it's an unproven concept, just like viruses have never been isolated.
They maintain that getting sick is a detox event - the body's attempt to detox and heal.
There's much more in the film, I highly recommend watching it - it will have you questioning what you may think is true about illness and health.