Colloidal biology is a discussion of how the lifefull

arises up out of the seemingly lifeless.

Life is the result of biophotons forming as colloidal material in water, oil, soil and throughout space, synergistically arranged together. A colloid (composed of particles  .01-.001 micron in diameter) is material suspended and equally distributed thoughout a medium, held in perfect balance by and vibrating with, its own and the external radiant field of energy. Colloidal biology reveals life arising as a result of colloid of life composed of biophotons  (within a range of 1,100 nano ohms in the ultraviolet range, and as a large as 180 nano ohms in the infra red range). These biophotonic colloid create a distinct and unique aggregation. This biophotonic colloid aggregation is called a lifecolloid.

The microscopic atomic aggregation called colloid of life and its later aggregated life-form stage called lifecolloid (spore, blood and somatic cell, bacteria, mold, fungi and yeast) are the actual building blocks of life. Antoine Bechamp (1816-1908), Kikuo Chishima (1899-1979), Gunther Enderlin (1872-1968) and Gaeston Naessens (1924-present) are some of the many pioneers who have scientifically documented the existence of a body flora more primary than a body cell. A lifecolloid, which aggregates as colloids of life, has been called a multitude of names such as spore, ferment, enzyme, bion, microzyma, symbiont and somatid.  

lifecolloid lifecycle

Lifecolloid Cycle

A lifecolloid has a multi-phased, pleomorphic life cycle and is made of grouped colloid of life in distinct, unique levels of aggregation. A colloid of life aggregates with other colloid of life into strings. As there is a circular and wavy motion in the universe, strings of colloid of life fold back in on themselves to make a circle of particle. This circle of particle acts as an oscillating circuit, as does a colloid of life itself. This circle is the smallest aggregate block of life and is called a lifecolloid.

A lifecolloid as spore aggregates with other spore, forming a lifecolloid as double spore. These double spore lifecolloid make up a blood cell and the internal organs of a cell as well germ and somatic cells. These smallest phases of lifecolloid constitute the body´s flora. Primal body flora assists in keeping blood and cells pristine. The health of this body flora is the health of its host.

Lifecolloid is mostly kept to its symbiotic first three phases in the internal milieu of the body, as there is a blood-borne inhibitor as well as sufficient radiant energy within the cytoplasm of the cell and the plasma bathing cells. Blood-borne inhibitor prevents lifecolloid from aggregating into dysbiotic lifecolloidal stages. Blood borne inhibitor is present in health, as there is proper body pH, electrical conductivity and antioxidant potential (ORAC). Again, it is the terrain here that matters most. Vital tissue and the presence of blood-borne inhibitor permit simply the first three beneficial stages of lifecolloid to exist. These three levels of lifecolloid live in a symbiotic relationship in the human body as the body flora. They are the primary building blocks of a cell structure. As one keeps the bio-terrain pristine, a symbiotic lifecolloid is kept from abandoning its role in sustaining its host.


Without proper internal milieu, a fermentative, oxidative bioterrain results. In such a terrain, lifecolloid as double spore can fuse with another double spore, forming a bacteria. Lifecolloid as bacteria then develops a hardened outer shell, and as it grows thicker, the bacterial becomes a mold. When these lifecolloid as mold grow in colonies they become fungi, ultimately culminating as yeast. That state is one which compromises the vitality of systems. Bacteria, mold, fungi and yeast are the chief undertakers.

Lifecolloid can, by the body, be disassembled into its constituent component of colloid of life or previous-stage lifecolloid. According to morphological template of the area it is found in, these component particles are reassembled. This capacity of change is called pleomorphism, or multi-phase lifeform. The current biological paradigm considers spore, double spore and cell, for instance, to be monomorphic, or one-phased lifeforms. The life cycle of lifecolloid is scientifically validated (Naessens 1995). The insight that lifecolloid change and that the change can be reversed settles previously unanswered questions.

cell outline

In colloidal biology, the protoplasm of a normal cell is composed of symbiotic lifecolloid (viral-like life form). In disease – an acid, non-conductive, antioxidant-lacking bio-terrain – symbiotic lifecolloid transform to become pathogenic. Jubbs Colloidal Biology reveals that infectious disease is due to the spontaneous generation of pathogenic lifecolloid arising out of the substrate colloid material of blood, body tissue and substance. A body cell necrosing disintegrates into bacteria through putrefaction. In that state, life is reversed, disintegrating into bacteria and ferment by d-eat-h. In health, a phagocytic assist in clearing this material from the body.

Very small biological units (lifecolloid) live within, and compose the cell. These tiny biological units have their own schedule of renewal and reproduction independent of their host. As a lifecolloid can assemble into dysbiotic lifecolloid wherever blood is stagnant, a parasitical lifecolloid may come to aggregate from degenerating components of the blood and body cells. The interior of the body´s defense is thereby bridged.

Taken from Jubbs Cell Rejuvation (2006)

Gaston Naessens is one of the groundbreaking microscopists that Dr. David Jubb did his post graduate work with.

This video shows his incredible microscope, called the 'somatoscope' which breaks the laws of physics to show you living organisms at 30,000X magnification and 150 Angstrom resolution..... showing living organisms without any type of slide preparation or staining. You will see the Somatid (i.e. Dr. Jubb´s Life Colloid) which lives in all living organisms (including humans), and which is a shape changing (pleomorphic) organism, which depending on the conditions of the terrain of the body it finds itself in, is responsible for cancer and many other degenerative diseases.


Life´s Building Blocks

 Recorded and uploaded by Jubbs Longevity Europe