Reactions to C. Louis Kervran's work
the phenomenon of biological transmutation continues in obscurity,
practically unknown to most scientists. It is to be hoped that the
subject will become established as a popular, legitimate field of
research which will yield rich harvests of knowledge.
Mirror Symmetry in the Structure of an Atom and in the Periodicity of the Elements (in Russian)
by Yury Didyk and Eleonora Astafieva
St. Petersburg, 2008
Table of Contents and abstract in English
The Reality of Frittage / La Verité du Frittage. (in Japanese)
by K. Takashita, Okayama (Japan) 2008
Table of contents and timetable of Kervran's activities (in English)
|In the year 2005 experiments
with beans were performed in order to
establish whether there really is any transmutation.
description of the experiment (in German)
A small list of widely available books mentioning Kervran's observations of biological transmutation:
Peter Tompkins and
The Secret Life of
Plants see details at Amazon.
Peter Tompkins and Christopher Bird: The Secret of the Soil. see details at Amazon.
Wilfred Branfield: Continuous Creation see details at Amazon.
Michio Kushi: The Philosopher's Stone (and many other titles by the same author) see details at Amazon.
Gillian Martlew: Electrolytes - The Spark of Life (1998) see details at Amazon.
John Davidson: The Web Of Life (1988) see details at Amazon.
Gabriel Cousens: Conscious Eating see details at Amazon.
Gabriel Cousens: Spiritual Nutrition see details at Amazon.
Lawrence Wilson: Nutritional Balancing and Hair Mineral Analysis (1991) see details at Amazon.
Haroldine and Thomas Brown: Lithium & Lithium Crystals: Nature in Harmony (1990) see details at Amazon.
Klaus Kaufmann: Silica - The Forgotten Nutrient (1990) see details at Amazon.
Jacques de Langre: Seasalt's Hidden Powers (1987) see details at Amazon
on C. Louis Kervran:
Prof. Wim Holleman performed experiments on biological transformation and wrote a paper on them in 1981.
premature to reduce the vital process to the quite insufficiently