This information was derived from Daniel Haley's book, "Politics In Healing." All quotes have a bracketed page number by them. Thank you. Gavin Phillips.
Gaston Naessens and 714X
Gaston Naessens was born 1924 in a comfortably off family in Northern France. Just prior to World War II Gaston was studying physics, chemistry and biology at the University of Lille. When the war started he was evacuated to the South of France where his studies continued. He received a degree in biological engineering from the Union Nationale Scientifique Francaise but never bothered to obtain an official diploma from the de Gaulle government after the war.
During his scientific studies, the thing that really bothered Naessens was the limited power of light microscopes. He decided to make a better one. Through complex manipulation of light Naessens was able to make a microscope that enabled him to see organisms as small as 150 angstroms (1 angstrom is 100 millionth of a centimeter). This allowed Gaston to see the tiny microorganisms in our blood while still alive, as opposed to dead as is the case with electron microscopes. The difference is of colossal importance in observing what the tiniest form of life is doing and its purpose.
Naessens built his microscope in 1949 and called it the “Somatoscope”. With this unprecedented magnification at his fingertips Naessens started studying human blood. He immediately noticed that the blood of sick people was vastly different to that of healthy people. After thousands of hours glued to his microscope he found three organisms unknown to microbiologists that he named “Somatids”. There are three basic forms of Somatids that Naessens says are essential to life because they produce a particle responsible for cell division. Healthy bodies keep the Somatid number in check but in unhealthy bodies the Somatids change form pleomorphically, evolving from one shape to another and can reach as many as sixteen. This is another fact of enormous importance because most of today’s microbiologists think that pleomorphism is fantasy. Their conclusions are based on their observations using electron microscopes and they are unable to see this whole other world. Famed American AIDS researcher Dr. Robert Gallo said, “pleomorphism is insanity.” (p101) But what is insanity is that one of sciences supposed icons is ignorant (or doesn’t want to admit it) of what Naessens has known for 50 some years.
When microbiologist Walter Clifford took researchers into his laboratory and showed them “…From their own blood, things they had never before seen…” it did not change their opinions. “Many of them unblinkingly told me that, because what they had seen was not approved by any professional society or governmental agency, they simply would not believe it – that is, believe their own eyes.”(p267)
Galileo was vilified and imprisoned some 400 years ago for saying the earth revolved around the sun and scientists refused to look through his telescope. Here we are in the 21st century and scientists are refusing to investigate or look through Naessens microscope because it will completely change the accepted concepts of microbiology. It doesn’t matter what age we are in, human nature and ego never changes.
Naessens approach to treating cancer is completely different to orthodox methodology that is trying to kill all cancer cells. Naessens totally nontoxic treatment is designed to reestablish the body’s natural immune system that is virtually paralyzed in cancer victims. Naessens tested his treatment on cats with cancer and he was successful. For humans, Naessens’
latest patented treatment, called 714X, is injected into a lymph node in the groin for 21 days.
Naessens early successes in treating cancer was not approved by medical authorities and he was fined whilst in Paris for practicing medicine without a license. He moved to Corsica but was soon on the move again in 1965 when a French policeman, whose wife he’d helped in Paris, warned him that an upcoming investigation was imminent. Naessens immediately moved to Quebec. In 1971 he met David Stewart, a rich philanthropist who was determined to find a cancer cure. Stewart was intrigued by Naessens theories and decided to fund him. In 1972 Stewart asked the McMaster University Medical School in Hamilton, Ontario to study Naessens findings. Initially Dr. Daniel Perey conducted the research and was extremely enthusiastic about it. In a 1972 letter about Naessens discoveries Perey writes
“The Scope and insight which Mr. Naessens has brought to this area of research potentially stand to benefit mankind and may be a source of pride for Canada.” In a September 1972 report to David Stewart, Dr. Perey wrote, “that he had been struck almost ‘dumb’ by the somatid cycle and its tremendous pleomorphism…” (p249) After Perey’s positive report on Naessens he was removed from the project and other researchers placed in charge. They ultimately sent Stewart a very negative report. In 1974 Dr. Raymond Brown from the Memorial Sloan Kettering cancer center in New York wrote about what he had seen whilst visiting Naessens.
“What I have seen is a microscope that reveals with spectacular clarity the motion and multiplicity of pleomorphic organisms in the blood which are intimately associated with disease states. The implications…are staggering…It is imperative that what its inventor, a dedicated biological scientist, is doing be totally reviewed. I am convinced that he is an authentic genius and that his achievements cut across and illumine some of the most pertinent areas of medical science.”
“Dr. Brown returned to Rock Forest with an oncologist and a microscopist from Sloan Kettering. The three eventually drafted and signed a second and longer memorandum that reiterated the first.”(p250)
Apparently Sloan-Kettering * was initially very interested in this news, but when they found out that the American Cancer Society had blacklisted Naessens, they did not pursue it any further. Little wonder, the ACS was probably Sloan-Kettering’s biggest monetary supporter during the 1970’s.
David Stewart was confounded by the near total lack of interest in academic institutions for Naessens work. His quote about scientists should be remembered by anybody who still wonders how effective cancer treatments are suppressed. Stewart said,
“I can say categorically that most scientific researchers with whom I have had to deal are highly opinionated, arrogant, condescending, and have built-in, insurmountable prejudices. While showing not the slightest desire to learn Naessens’ techniques, they are nevertheless not loathe to brush aside his findings without having any knowledge whatsoever about them” (p252)
Stewart unexpectedly died in 1984 of a viral infection. Without Stewart’s support the medical authorities raided Naessens laboratory in December 1984, seizing patient files and vials of 714X. It wasn’t until 1989 that the Quebec Medical Corporation arrested Naessens and charged him for being an accessory to murder. The charge was based on the fact that Mme. Langlais had come to Naessens with very advanced breast cancer. She had refused any conventional treatment but her cancer was too advanced and she died. The medical authorities had managed to persuade her husband to press charges.
Support for Naessens was organized by Ralph Ireland. Dozens of demonstrators gathered outside the courthouse with banners showing their support for him. Chris Bird sat in court every day and documented the proceedings in his book, “Galileo of the Microscope.” Numerous cancer patients testified that Naessens had saved their lives after orthodox medicine had given up on them.
Roland Caty had adenosarcoma of the prostate and was told by his doctor that he should have all his sexual organs removed. He refused and was told he’d be dead in three months. He learned how to inject himself with 714X and told the press “And here I am testifying to you, eleven years after I got well.”(p254) Marcel Caron testified in Naessens defense. He’d been diagnosed with cancerous polyps of the intestines in 1981 and surgery was recommended. He refused because his brother had died after surgery for the same condition about eleven years before. After taking 714X for 21 days he was cancer free. That was in 1982. Caron told the jury, “I am not here to defend alternative medicine against traditional medicine but to say that I and all other people should be granted the right to choose the treatment we see fit.” (p259) Amen to that. The first person testimony’s continued. Naessens lawyer Conrad Chapdelaine, said in part in his closing argument,
“There’s something totally incomprehensible going on here. Incomprehensibly inhumane! Thousands and thousands of terminal cases have been told things are ‘hopeless.’ Gaston Naessens can, and has, provided that salvation. And now he’s not in his laboratory but in a courtroom. It’s hard to fathom how our society can brook such intolerance! I ask you for acquittal on all counts.” (p260/61)
The following day the jury returned not-guilty verdicts on all counts. Naessens was vindicated. Naessens treatment gained much publicity from newspaper coverage of his victory and later the publication of Chris Bird’s book. 714X was legalized under Canada’s Emergency Drug Release Act. In 1995 Naessens and his wife created the “International Academy of Somatidian Orthobiology,” a private research institute where Naessens theory and treatment are taught to others. In 1998 Naessens developed a new condenser for scientists to be able to put on their microscopes. It enables them to see what Naessens can see without having to go to the enormous expense of building his microscope. In 1999, CBS’s 48 Hours aired an 8-minute section about Naessens showing a teenage boy and young girl healed of cancer using 714X. The publicity gained Naessens many new patients.
Dr. Jan Merta’s quote succinctly sums up Naessens achievements when she says,
“Because Gaston Naessens has offered-and offers-good health for a tiny fraction of the cost which people are forced to pay for bad health, he is simply not wanted…As a single individual, Gaston Naessens has achieved more than dozens of institutes full of Ph.D.’s that have been supported, year after year, by billions of dollars.” (p267)
* Sloan-Kettering lied about the results of their Laetrile “trials” between 1972/77. See my site for details.
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