Scholars cursed, excluded Researchers: Volume 3
Language: French Publisher: Publisher Guy Tredaniel (February 6 2006)
Collection: Survivors illegal and prohibited cures
Format: Paperback - 343 pages
Dimensions (in cm): x 16 2 24 x
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.
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.