Health Cures

714 X CURE for Cancer

### 714 Xto cure Cancer:

714-X,a compound that has restored the perfect health of 750 out of 1,000 cancer victims and that has had equally dramatic effects with AIDS patients.

## 714X, from http://www.luminet.net/~wenonah/new/naessen.htm

The research of Gaston Naessens has culminated in the discovery of 714X – an enzyme which helps the immune system do its job. 714X is a derivative of camphor and is injected interlymphatically – a process that the medical fraternity holds to be impossible. Yet the fact remains that many people have learned how to administer the medication through the lymph nodes.
When properly administered, 714X stabilises and strengthens the immune system in most cases. This allows the immune system to go about its normal business in ridding the body of disease. In other words, cancer is treated like an infection, not a state of cells.

Like Bechamp and Rife before him, Gaston states unequivocally that “germs are not the cause, but the result, of disease.”
714X will not help everyone – especially where there has already been extensive use of chemiotherapy and radiation. Chemotherapy and radiotherapy wipe out the immune system and other bodily resources.

714X is available in the United States. “Writers and Research” is one organisation working closely with the FDA and the IRN ( Institution Review Board ) to do work with 714X legally and ethically. 714X is an injected medication and must be prescribed by a doctor.

# For a list of doctors prescribing 714X or an information packet, contact:WRITERS & RESEARCH, 4810 St Paul Boulevard, Rochester, NY 14617 USA, Phone: 1-800-448-4332

# from official website to order the product in Canada: http://www.cerbe.com/en/products.html

The ‘714X Technical Data’ as well as the ‘How to Administer 714X’ documents are available online (HTML format). These documents are also downloadable in PDF format. They may be viewed with Acrobat Reader.

Document: “714X Technical Data”
– View in HTML format : http://www.cerbe.com/en/techdata.html
– View in PDF format (recommended for printing) – 14 pages, 599 Kb http://www.cerbe.com/en/techdata.pdf

Document: “How to Administer 714X”
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– View in PDF format (recommended for printing) – 16 pages, 847 Kb http://www.cerbe.com/en/howtoadm.pdf

To order the following products, please fill in our online form : http://www.cerbe.com/en/orders.html

714X is a non-toxic health product, designed by Gaston Naessens, biologist, to enhance natural defenses and the immune system. 714X is manufactured by CERBE Inc. and distributed by CERBE Distribution Inc. Warning: There is only one 714X in the world…

# Book on Gaston Naessens :

Mr. Christopher Bird has written this book (The Galileo of the Microscope) on the life and trials of Gaston Naessens.

“…’So that people everywhere may know about an up-hill struggle’… the struggle of a pioneer who discovered a revolutionary product, 714-X, in his private laboratory.”

# Introduction to the Somatidian Orthobiology : This videotape includes the Basics of Gaston Naessens’ Biological Theory, Interview with Jacinte Levesque-Naessens. Programs broad-casted in 1998 on the Canadian Channel Knowledge. Length: 91 minutes

# What is 714X? : This videotape explains how to perform the injection and/or inhalation protocol. Length: 48 minutes

## The Persecution and Trial of Gaston Naessens, by Christopher Bird. from : http://www.luminet.net/~wenonah/new/naessens.htm

The True Story of the Efforts to Suppress an Alternative Treatment for Cancer, AIDS, and Other Immunologically Based Diseases.

# The Earthshaking Discoveries of Gaston Naessens:

– A MICROSCOPE that permits practitioners to view living matter at degrees of resolution far greater than state-of-the-art microscopes currently available.

– THE SOMATID, an ultramicrosopic subcellular living and reproducing entity, which many scientists believe is the precursor of DNA and which may be the building block of all terrestrial life.

– THE SOMATID CYCLE – visible in the blood of every human – which, when properly interpreted, can prediagnose degenerative diseases by up to eighteen months.

– 714-X,a compound that has restored the perfect health of 750 out of 1,000 cancer victims and that has had equally dramatic effects with AIDS patients.

# 714-X: A Highly Promising Nontoxic Treatment for Cancer and Other Immune Deficiencies
by Gaston Naessens, Biologist ( Reprinted by permission of the author. )

When one views cancer as a cellular disease, isolated from general biological disorders and developing along proper norms that are local and independent of any possible carcinogenic agent whose persistence is no longer indispensable to the autonomous progression of the tumoral process, the therapy is centered on “the tumoral mass,” whose destruction and radical removal becomes the only imperative means of recovery.

Until now, among the means at our disposal for combating this disease, the surgical solution has figured most prominently. This solution, which best addresses the notion of “tumor as a local disorder,” consists of the radical removal of the autonomous and parasitic mass from the cellular agglomeration, which appears as an immediately palliative solution.

Next came the radiation solution. This therapy applied to tumors, which promises the destruction of the tumoral mass by deep disintegration of the cancerous cells and for which the question of dosage and irradiated surface is an important consideration, would not be efficient other than to the extent in which the radiation would reach the neoplastic, cells, not with the intent of immediate and blind disintegration but rather to force a reversal of the pathological synthesis that is the source of their malignancy.

Finally came the chemotherapeutic solution. The therapeutic solution based on the use of chemicals toxic to such cells, which is to say by karyoclasic poisons that stop the mitoses by plasmatic division and chromatic alteration, leads to duplications of the number of chromosomes and abnormal mitoses, The karyoclasic action of this therapy appears, with regard to neoplastic mitoses, as an essentially negative mode of stopping, blockage, and chromial distintegration and furthermore presents a danger – without speaking of general toxicity – to the mitoses of normal cells and, among others, to that of the germinal series.

Natural Immunity. For some time already, a new orientation had been taken in the work of researchers studying cancer. As a matter of fact, the possibilities of natural immunity, as much zoological as physiological or individual in the cancer grafts, whose essentially antitissular nature remains obscure, have shown that cancer should no longer be considered a cellular disease isolated from general biological disorders. To the contrary, the evolution of this disease is linked to conditions of the organism, and the aptitude to cancerization points back to the organism “alone.”

To grow, the tumor needs the organism, and without the latter cancerization cannot take place. Given the interaction that exists between the organ and the tumor, in particular its vascularization and the composition of the blood that irrigates it, as well as the state of nervous influx pertaining to it, all modification of these different factors can thus have an action on the very life of the cancer. The process that at certain times permits the host carrier of tumor to stabilize it should be analogous to that which permits an individual to harbor in his throat diphtheria bacillis without being stricken by this disease. it is possible that similar phenomena occur with regard to malignant cells. This is reasoning by analogy. If one considers the numerous possible causes of cancer that surround us, is it not possible that there exists in certain individuals a resistance to the development of cancer?

Grafts Studies. A number of studies have been undertaken with the purpose of clarifying this problem. The first attempts were undertaken with patients stricken with advanced cancer, who had volunteered to undergo these experiments. Some tumor fragments, removed from other persons and cultivated for a long time in an artificial medium, were implanted under the skin of their forearms. The grafts were accepted and progressively grew in volume. This result was in contradiction with the usual biological rule that requires that a tissue removed from an animal does not develop itself if it is grafted on another animal, unless the latter is a true twin of the first.
The explanation of this statement, which appears to be paradoxical, requires that, with patients stricken with advanced cancer, the natural defense that opposes the acceptance of grafts had disappeared. one could inquire further if all the usual defenses of these fatigued patients had thus given up. The experiment showed that the normal defense mechanism that yielded to the cancer remained intact in all other respects. It is thus that a graft of normal tissue was rapidly eliminated. The two possible explanations were that either the cancerous tissue had a particular ability of growth contrary to the usual laws that rule grafts, or the patient had lost, especially with regard to cancerous cells, the possibilities of normal defense. The question then was: Would cancer cells transplanted to a normal individual be capable of growing?

A systematic study of this question had been undertaken by the cancer research center in New York, which called on volunteers from an American prison. From more than one hundred volunteers, fifty men were chosen. These men received an implant of a human cancer culture, the same type as that which had been utilized within the patients stricken with cancer. With the fifty volunteers, there had been one important defensive local inflammatory reaction, and the graft disappeared completely in four weeks. This experiment demonstrated that the human body possesses some type of resistance to the growth of cancers transplanted from another man. This resistance does not exist with patients stricken by advanced cancer. These experiments lead one to attempt to stimulate the natural defense of an organism against cancer. This is why several research projects were undertaken in the area of immunology.

It is a question of knowing if the elements that constitute the malignant tumor, essentially the chemical elements that form the cell or the nucleus, are capable of playing the role of antigen. That is to say, to provoke in the organism that contains them the formation of antagonistic substances called antibodies, whose role it is to oppose the development of the former, or antigen. If such a property can be disclosed in malignant tumors, it would indicate the possibility of promoting the formation of such antibodies for fighting against the development of cancer.

The problem is not so simple, though, because the normal tissues from which cancer results are grafted on another subject. It is necessary to suppress the antibodies thereby formed in order to verify if other antibodies exist whose formation would be due to the presence of malignant tissue. It would be necessary to admit that not the tumor but perhaps one or several elements of the cell play the role of foreign body in its development of the organism. It is possible to consider that, in certain circumstances, there exists a certain degree of antigenic properties, and that it may then be possible to promote the development and encourage the formation of corresponding antibodies.
This phenomenon would then be able to explain why certain carrier subjects of cancer, although having diffused the cells from the primary tumor in the organism, do not lead to the development of other metastases. The cells stopped at other points could have provoked there the formation of antibodies that were opposed to their development or that could have destroyed them. One can equally envision a lowering of immunity that had stabilized the swarming cells, thus allowing for the development of metastases years after the destruction of the initial tumor.

Tumor Cells. The problem of cancer viewed from this angle makes it necessary to study the life of the malignant cell in order to discover which antigenic agents would be capable of producing such antibodies as are capable of destroying cancerous cells. Despite very particular aspects of the malignant cell, it is surprising to note that one may again ask how it can differ from a normal cell. Research seeking to put into evidence a new element not found in normal cells found no conclusive result. On the contrary, it would seem that there are qualitative differences in the choice made by the cell between the primary materials that supply it in particular in the chemical phenomena and the fermentations leading to the formation of nucleic acids – the role of which is essential in the Life of the cell.

Tumor cells utilize more glucose than normal cells, but no quantitative differences have been found between normal tissue and tumoral tissue. This strongly indicates an increase in the formation of lactic acid. Tumor cells utilize the energy produced by the destruction of carbohydrates for the synthesis of cellular proteins at greater levels than normal cells. The cells return to a simpler form. The phenomena associated with fermentation (linked to ferments called enzymes), basic to proper life, simplify the cell, which then loses more or less those functions that individualize it and make it pertain to a specialized organ. Before the cell has utilized all its capacity for synthesis, it divides, thus prematurely interrupting the cycle of its activities and aggravating the disorder at each division. In response, it recovers former properties remembered from its origin – most important of which is the aptitude to multiply more rapidly, with consequences that are one of the manifestations of its malignancy,

This abnormal growth in number is due to a liberation of the control system that normally maintains tissue harmony. The cells then become dangerous parasites or anarchists in the midst of the cellular community. The malignant cells appear “privileged and antisocial.” They first monopolize materials, and, in particular, amino acids, indispensable to the life of all cells, whether normal or malignant, What is especially striking is the intensity of these physical or chemical phenomena in comparison to ordinary chemical phenomena in normal conditions. The surrounding conditions (temperature, pH, and molecular pressure) have a capital importance in the phenomena of cellular, life.

Physical State of Humors. Of all the problems, the most important is, without doubt, the disorders of the humoral system engendered by these phenomena and the consequences that come from the behavior of individuals in a normal or pathological state. Hippocrates, and, well before his time, the Hebrews and the Egyptians, already attributed the major part of morbid incidents to troubled humors. By “humors,” we mean the extra-cellular liquids of the organism.
They form the fluid part of the circulating blood – the plasma – in which the sanguine elements appear, such as the suspended white and red blood cells, and also all the interstitial liquids, either lacunal or other, which bathe, impregnate, or encircle the tissue and organs. Not having a precise means of investigation, the ancients completely ignored how and why humors can be innovative. Later, when the constitution of these humors became known, medicine sought to discover which of the substances that compose these humors was responsible for the incidence of pathology. Having identified that all experimentally provoked variations, in terms of diverse humorous constitutional elements, had been powerless to reproduce the symptoms of acute or chronic disease, they came to this conclusion – diametrically opposed to that of Hippocrates. that the humoral state plays no role in the genesis of illness. Medicine then became “solids”: Only lesions were considered important; the state of humors was left aside.

On a modern basis, we will endeavor to recognize the triumph of humoral medicine in discovering the real reason for the innovative behavior of humors, which resides not in their chemical constitution, but in the physical state of certain elements, when the latter ones change to the state of a solid. We are drawn to examine the behavior of observable elements in all biological liquids; in particular, our attention has been retained by extremely tenuous particles, whose presence has already been signaled by numerous authors at the end of the previous century.

For quite some time already, the microscope has been an indispensable instrument for precise measurement in research laboratories and the industry. The classical microscope normally permits enlargement on the order of 1800 X with a resolution of 0.1 microns. The electron microscope permits enlargement on the order of 400,000 X with a resolution of 30 to 50 angstroms. But use of the latter necessitates manipulations that alter the physical aspect of objects being observed.

We have thus perfected an instrument for microscopic observation, which we have called the Somatoscope. The primary quality of this apparatus is that it permits the observation of live elements and can follow the polymorphism to enlargements attaining 30,000 X with a resolution on the order of 150 angstroms. Using this instrument, we have observed, in all biological liquids and particularly in the blood, an elementary particle endowed with a movement of electronegative repulsion, possessing a polymorphic nature. We have called it the somatid. This extremely tenuous particle, whose dimension varies from a few angstroms to 0.1 microns, can be isolated and put in a culture. We could then observe the polymorphic cycle. We were surprised to discover in this cycle such elements that we had regularly seen in the blood of healthy persons but equally in the blood of carriers of diverse diseases. We made certain correlations.

In the blood of healthy persons, we observe somatids, spores, and double spores. In the course of this microcycle, we can detect the production of a trephone. This is a proliferative hormone indispensable to cellular division. Without it, life does not exist. In healthy individuals, the evolution of this cycle is stopped at the level of the double spore because of the presence of trephone inhibitors in the blood. These are either mineral substances, such as copper, mercury, aluminum, and lead, or organic substances, such as cyanhydric acid, etc. In the course of this microcycle, the quantity of trephones necessary for cellular multiplication is thus elaborated. If, because of stress or some biological disturbances, the inhibitors in the blood diminish in concentration, the somatid cycle continues its natural evolution and one sees the appearance of diverse forms of bacteria. These have also been termed by German scientists during the 1930s syphonospora polymorpha.

Next come the mycobacterial forms, and then the yeast-like forms. These forms with a dimension of 4 to 5 microns evolve rapidly into ascospores, then by maturation become asci. At this stage of evolution, the ascus, after staining on a blood smear, appears as a small lymphocyte and cannot be differentiated by conventional means. Next come the filamentous forms. One can observe from an ascus the formation of a thallus in which evolves a cytoplasm of increasing importance. The cytoplasm is formed from the ascus and a conjuncture is observable between them. It is by this conjuncture and by peristalsis that the cytoplasm forms in the thallus. This apparent mycelial form responds to none of the criteria of fungal elements. In fact, it is in no way affected by massive doses of Amphotericin B, Fungizone, or other antifungal agents.
When this pseudomycelial element has attained its full maturity with an extremely active cytoplasm, we then witness the bursting of this thallus and the liberation into the surroundings of an enormous quantity of new particles capable of reinitiating a complete cycle. The empty thallus has a fibrous aspect. Furthermore, it is often seen on blood smears but it is considered as an artifact of the staining procedure.

From the preceding observations, we have been able to draw the following conclusions:

1. Cellular division requires the presence of the somatid (which is either in the animal or plant domain).

2. Trephones are elaborated by the somatid.

3. The somatid is capable of polymorphism. This polymorphism is controlled by inhibitors found in the blood.

4. A deficiency of sanguine inhibitors permits the elaboration of a large quantity of trephones, which in turn lead to disorders in cellular metabolism.

5. All degenerative diseases are a consequence of these disorders.

In light of the above observations, the notion of “cancer, a general disease which is localized,” takes on its meaning when one examines the evolutionary process of this affliction. This process can be divided in two parts:

First Part: Cancerization, or initiation

When, for whatever reason, the sanguine inhibitors diminish and the polymorphism of the somatid is no longer stopped at the double spore state, an exaggerated formation of trephones in the organism leads the cell to return to a simpler form. The phenomena of fermentation (linked to ferments called enzymes), basic to proper life, simplifies the cell. It then loses more or less those functions that give it its individuality and make it pertain to a specialized organ. The cell is divided even before it has utilized all its capacity for synthesis, thus prematurely interrupting the cycle of its activities and aggravating its disorder at each division. In response, it recovers old properties remembered from its origin the most important of which is the aptitude to multiply rapidly, with consequences that are one of the manifestations of its malignancy. This abnormal growth in number is due to a liberation of the control system which normally maintains cellular harmony.

At this stage, the cancerization is effective. It can be called initiation, or precancerous. We now have an accelerated and anarchic multiplication of one or several cells which provokes, by an agglomeration of their descendants, the occurrence of a new “entity” opposing the organism that had given birth to it, The immune system then enters into action and fights actively to eliminate this entity. In this fashion, we develop a small cancer daily, but our immune system rids us of it.

Second Part: Cocancerization, or promotional

If the immune system is somewhat deficient and the new entity has been able to reach a certain proportion, it then attains a “critical mass” of cells in anarchic proliferation. This entity that has been able to escape from the immune system needs an enormous quantity of nitrogen for subsistence (the cells of this entity are moreover named nitrogen traps) – It then emits a substance that allows it to withdraw nitrogen derivatives from the organism and that, at the same time, paralyzes the immune system. We have called this substance Cocancerogenic K Factor (CKF).

The paralyzing action of CKF against the immune system appears only when the critical mass of cells in anarchic proliferation is reached. From this moment, the organism finds itself without defense against this new entity that can develop at will and progressively invade its host.

We can conclude from this analysis that:

1. The cancerization, or initiation, phase is linked to the reduction of sanguine inhibitors and a weakness of the immune system.

2. The cocancerization, or promotion, phase is the direct consequence of a paralyzed immune system provoked by a substance called CKF. This substance is elaborated by anarchic cells in order to withdraw, from the organism, nitrogen derivatives necessary for proliferation.

An understating of this process makes it possible to propose a therapy leading to the suppression of CKF. As a matter of fact, if the latter is neutralized, the immune system can regain its initial activity and consider each anarchic cell composing the tumors as a foreign body to be rejected.

After having carried out numerous experiments on camphor and its derivative, we have discovered that this product is endowed with remarkable pharmaceutical properties since it impedes the formation of the CKF substance, which puts leucocytes and other phagocytic elements of the organism in a state of negative chemotaxis, that is to say, in a state of paralysis during diverse degenerative diseases.

Camphor is neither an antimitotic nor an antimetabolite. Its property of inhibiting the CKF resides in the fact that it carries to the tumor cells all the nitrogen that it needs, suppressing by the same action the secretion that would paralyze the immune system. We have therefore proposed for experimentation. a camphor derivative by the name of 714-X.

714-X – also called “trimethylbicyclonitramineoheptane chloride”

Christopher Bird Sandy Springs, Georgia February 1992