Dunkelfelder-Mikroskop: Systatogenie. Video. Die Forschung im Dunkelfelder.

Dark field microscope. Research sistatogenia
What follows is one of my favorite videos. It is not very orthodox putting the cart before the horse, but we'll make an exception and watch something that most will not know practically what I mean. Do not be surprised there is so much ignorance of dark field microscopy or the most studied blood issues that will know the case.

However, Günther Enderlein or Mary M. Bleker or others if they would know what I mean: SISTATOGENIA (systatogenia).

Do not try to search the Internet on this subject (at least in Spanish) is useless. Single page Trivium (homeopathy) in his article on the pleomorphism is a reference to the word and says:

"Sistatogenia: The tendency of primitive units together and create a more stable form.

Good for Trivium!

Dr. Maria M. Bleker in his book "The unnamed friend or foe" the stranger? "(Verkannte Der Freund oder der unbekannte Feind) on page 63 in the Spanish edition reads:" This natural disposition of colloids live together in a more secure against an inhospitable environment is what draws Sistatogenia Enderlein. It is not a sexual process, but purely chaining. "

He continues: "All forms of development can be chained from the same bacteria protito up longer.

Then presents a series of schemes of Enderlein and photos taken by itself that helps us understand what the Sistatogenia.

As you can see the video is not done in dark field (darkfield blood). On the contrary, was made to make a study of the blood of a person on drops of blood using the technique of HLB blood test.

However, although I have my photos taken by this process, as are presented by Dr. Maria M. Bleker in his book, dark field, never had the opportunity to see live this process and I imagine it must have been very few who have had this opportunity.

Let the video.

Observe a sequence of photographs taken at an interval of about three to five minutes between each, except the last.

What we are seeing are live blood colloid-call it what you-(protito, protit, simprotitos, espermitos, chondritic, microcimas, microzimes, Tecito colloids, etc, etc.) Within a transparent mass of blood plasma.

Leaving the living body colloids are seeking ways to adapt to a hostile environment (as is evident here as they are outside the body) and acquire these forms so interesting.

Note that even if they have a definite shape, well structured, always more or less symmetrical, again if we change the environment in which they are chained to reorganize and form new structures. What was it that caused a form passed to another set differently but always with the same harmony?

For in this case was simply blowing or, rather, take some steam on the plasma in the slide. Sure, the humidity and heat caused the disintegration of the colloids to more primitive forms, or microscopic and disappeared from view. I could not see because I was working in bright field, low magnification. He could not throw oil immersion objective to use the more powerful because it spoiled the show. However, drying the plasma and go back to room temperature have been reorganized and re-appear again because conditions had changed. That itself with a structure different from the first.

Someone will say "not very scientific because everything is exposed." It's true. Nor do I have sufficient means, do not pretend to discover America. But I assure you that are many hours behind a microscope and that these same structures, or very similar I have seen inside the white masses of soluble fibrin by examining a drop of coagulated blood with HLB technique, an extension or smears blood and, of course, in blood samples under a dark field microscope after hours or days of collection.

And now I come to discuss something I think is important. Dr. Bleker in his book says that some researchers in the presence of these multiple shapes fall into the trap of believing that fungi are treated. He continues: "That this is an error, it follows from the simple biological fact that fungi can only live in an acid environment, but our blood is always alkaline. Must also bear in mind that coloring substances are not only changing the environment but are also carrying all kinds of colloids.

I agree with her that in the blood are not fungi. Today, many using the phase contrast microscope we say they see the blood fungus (Candida albicans, etc.).. In fact now it seems that everyone is infected with this type of fungi. I've always seen is that what they call what mushrooms are, or Mary M. Günther Enderlein Bleker cup of tea or cup of tea called colloids that is very primitive bacterial forms not necessarily pathogenic. I admit it takes a more acid than the blood that can be developed.

However, in line with the comment of Dr. Bleker, I ask her. Did you ever been in a dark field microscope the sistatogenia freshly drawn blood? Not really. Are not we see this process only after spending hours or days of the collection of blood? It is clear that the environment has changed, has become hostile, blood has been oxidized, the pH decreased, the colloids have to adapt. Therefore, in view of these hostile conditions, would it not be too strong to say that it is impossible the formation or development of fungi colloids to phase in the process of sistatogenia as the atmosphere itself has done acid? Just leave your question in the air because I did not know the answer.

I agree with almost everything Dr. Bleker published in his book, however, still find that there is much to investigate.

I think this video is clear proof that it is right pleomorphism and monomorphism is a mistake. Later introduce other videos, which are also very compelling and I think that shows that if Enderlein, like everyone else, had no reason at all, yes that is right pleomorphism and monomorphism not. However, points are still unclear. For example Dr. Bleker: Are diecotecitos different blood cells or red blood cells are red blood cells also adapt to a hostile environment?

If someone wishes to comment or give their views on this video would be delighted to read your comments and see if we can get more light into this.

Clearly we need an eternal life to discover the secrets of nature. Surely our Creator will allow us to uncover the truth slowly.

More about using the dark field microscope:

* Dark-field microscope. Definition. How to use
* Dark-field microscope. Pleomorphism and monomorphism
* Dark-field microscope: Günther Enderlein and Maria M. Bleker