Scholars cursed T3

Scholars cursed, excluded Researchers: Volume 3

Peter Lance
Language: French Publisher: Publisher Guy Tredaniel (February 6 2006)
Collection: Survivors illegal and prohibited cures
Format: Paperback - 343 pages
ISBN: 2844456545
Dimensions (in cm): x 16 2 24 x

scientist cursed

Book cursed scholars:

Georges Lakhovsky - A Russian engineer who emigrated to France, in 1923 he created his first transmitting device for therapeutic use. Official medicine refuses to use it.

Royal Raymond Rife - American engineer, he carried out work in the USA similar to that of Lakhovsky and built equally efficient devices. He will be brought to justice.

Jean Bertin - French engineer, inventor of the Aérotrain. Although supported by many ministers, but opposed by the SNCF, its efficient train will never be approved.

Alexandre Salmanoff - Prestigious Russian doctor and private doctor of Lenin. Emigrated to France, he developed a natural medicine that the medical profession refused.

Ivan Makhonine - Russian engineer who emigrated to France, he invented a non-flammable cold fuel drawn from coals and heavy oils. He comes up against the oil trusts.

Read also:  Eco-economy: Another growth is possible, ecological and sustainable

Ernest Villequez - French professor of medicine, he discovers the latent parasitism of the blood and invents an early screening test for cancer that no one will accept.

Michel Moirot - French doctor who discovered and demonstrated the importance of psychic factors in the genesis of cancer. His theory will not be accepted by the mandarins.

Ryke Geerd Hamer - German physician who made the same discovery as Moirot and developed an original treatment. Prosecuted and sentenced, he is currently in prison.

Philippe Lagarde - French doctor, he developed a technique for cancer screening and treatment. Prosecuted and imprisoned in Nice. Currently in exile in Italy.

Hans Nieper - Renowned German doctor, he fought medical conformism all his life and found effective original treatments. He was not followed by the medical profession.

Joël Sternheimer - French physicist, he invented a process for regulating protein synthesis explaining the influence of music on living organisms.

Jean-Pierre Petit - French physicist marginalized by scientific nomenklatura for his disturbing originality in many fields, including future space travel.

Leave comments

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked with *