People who inspire us
Jacques Beneveniste (1935-2004) was a French immunologist, born in Paris. In 1979 he published a well-known paper on the structure of platelet-activating factor and its relationship with histamine. He published in 1988 a paper in the scientific journal, Nature,describing the action of very high dilutions of anti-IgEantibodyon the degranulation of human basophils, findings which seemed to support the concept of homeopathy.
Larry Dossey this distinguished Texas physician, deeply rooted in the scientific world, has become an internationally influential advocate of the role of the mind in health and the role of spirituality in healthcare.
Eric Julien The Tchendukua Association was created in 1997 by French geographer Eric Julien. The Association unites people who wish to preserve a way of life based upon the respect of nature, of others, and in the search for harmony.
Professor Luc Montagnier was awarded the Nobel Prize for Medicine in 2008. His work revealed that DNA transmits frequencies. Since 2005, he has developed a new biophysical technology that detects electromagnetic waves generated in water by the DNA of pathogenic bacteria and viruses in the blood of sufferers of chronic degenerative diseases.
Yvette Parès (1926-2009) was a PhD holder in medicine and a researcher at the CNRS (France). She headed the Centre for Biological Research on Leprosy in Dakar (Senegal) from 1975 to 1992. where she discovered the potential of traditional African medicine, which she was introduced to by a Peul teacher. She created the Traditional Hospital of Keur Massar (Senegal) and the association Rencontre des Médecines to make connections between traditional and Western medicines and gather the best of both approaches.
Professor Jean-Marie Pelt (1933-2015) is a French pharmacist, biologist and botanist. He was one of the most prominent figures in the French environmental movement, at the crossroads of science, Christian faith and social commitment. He is the most prolific Francophone author on the relationship between nature and man: his 70 works have found a large audience. He chaired the European Institute of Ecology, which he founded in 1971, an association for research and promotion of ecology, especially in urban areas.
Professor Gilles-Eric Seralini is a professor in molecular biology at Caen University. He has widely published research on the effects of pesticides, various pollutants, and GMOs on health. He was awarded Knight of Merit National Order, for his achievements in biology, by the Ministry of Ecology in May 2008.
Research and publications
The Foundation Denis Guichard : supports research and communication that draws on fundamental scientific research and traditional and spiritual visions of the universe.
Analyses of the water and soil of Mazet (France)
By the Institut de Physique du Globe de Strasbourg (a pluridisciplinary research unit, Université de Strasbourg - CNRS), 2011.
The neurophysiological effects of harmonisation: an experiment conducted in 2005 at the University of Technology, Sydney (Australia) by Drs. Peter Meier, Susan Ballinger and Victor Vickland. A study which was published in Subtle Energies and Energy Medicine, 2006; 17:73-89.
The benefits of harmonisation for patients: analysis of 34 case files: by Dr. Sophie Scheffer and Claire Laurant, doctor in anthropology (2004).
Medicinal plants of yesterday and today: by Marie d'Hennezel-Whitechurch (Editions Hoëbeke)
In a spirit of research and the sustainability of plant diversity, Marie d'Hennezel has updated the use of herbal teas and their preservation.
Autism: An epigenomic side-effect of excessive exposure to electromagnetic fields: an article by Yog Raj Ahuja, Sanjeev Sharma2 and Bir Bahadur. Autism is a disorder which mainly involves the nervous system. Ample evidence is available from in vitro and in vivo studies to demonstrate the ability of electromagnetic fields to cause DNA alterations indirectly as well as epigenetic modifications.
The essential environmental cause of multiple sclerosis (MS) disease : this study aims to explain the importance of the environmental causal factor on the occurrence of MS compared to racial, immunological and genetic factors.
The infinite Potential of the Quantum World : this book is written by Lothar Schäfer, Professor Emeritus at the University of Arkansas (Chemistry and Biochemistry Department). It connects science and conscience, visible and invisible potential certainties, scientific theory and everyday life.
The connected universe, a brilliant film by Malcolm Carter explaining the quantum world.
Th e Biology of Belief: unleashing the Power of Consciousness, Matter & Miracles by Bruce Lipton. The author demonstrates how the new science of epigenetics is revolutionising our understanding of the link between mind and matter, and the profound effects it has on our personal lives and the collective life of our species.