We are all faced with a world increasingly controlled by multinational corporations whose motives are contrary to our health and wellbeing. They may be polluting our environment, mandating toxic vaccines, attempting to suppress homeopathy, subjecting us to microwave radiation or creating global warming. They have tentacles in local and national governments and in the media. Our expectation may be that someone more expert, or with more resources than we have, or some consumer organization will step up and defend us. Sometimes that happens, but today, individuals and even well-meaning organizations are easily swept aside by these powerful corporations. So what’s the solution?
Clair Edwards, who worked for the United Nations for 18 years, has some thoughts on this. She has collaborated with Arthur Firstenberg to publish the International Appeal to Stop 5G on Earth and in Space (www.5gspaceappeal.org ). She calls 5G “the biggest biological experiment and most heinous manifestation of hubris and greed in human history.” In a recent interview Edwards said that we can no longer look to experts or politicians to help us. She believes that we should respond to 5G and other such threats, not by despair, but by seeing it as “an opportunity to empower ourselves, take responsibility and take action.” That means acting individually at whatever level we can, whether organizing in the community, contacting legislators or just informing other people. It’s about the collective power of millions of people. I recently mentioned cell phone radiation to an old friend who is highly educated and a computer expert. She admitting not knowing anything about it. We must not assume that everyone is as informed as we are. The same holds true for homeopathy and other important issues.
You may ask yourself, “How powerful is one individual?” Individuals acting together constitute the masses, the nightmare of dictators and other tyrants. That’s why those in power always seek to control the media. They know that an informed population is an overwhelming force.
Sept 2019 In This Issue
––Empowering Ourselves – Alan V. Schmukler
–– Feedback Letters from August 2019 – Hpathy.com
HOMEOPATH IN THE HOT-SEAT
–– Dr. Harry van der Zee is interviewed by David Nortman – Part 3. Dr. Harry van der Zee MD is an international teacher and served as Editor in Chief for Homœopathic Links for 22 years, authored books on miasms and birth trauma, and co- founded the ARHF to help prevent epidemics in Africa.
–– Online Homeopathy Course by George Vithoulkas
–– Lectures on Organon of Medicine VOL 2 by Dr. Bhatia – AVAILABLE NOW!
–– Clinical Hints for Students and Practitioners – Petr Zacharias
–– Commentaries on Some Mistakes in the German-English Translations of
Three Organons – Dr. Arnoldo Rivera and Evelyn Aron
–– The Soul of Remedies – Lac Defloratum – Dr. Rajan Sankaran
–– Impressions from the Seminar on Bird Remedies by Jonathan Hardy – Maja Letic
–– Delusion and Repertory – Dr. Rajeev Saxena
–– Alloxan – Its Toxicologic Pathology and Homoeopathic Utility – Dr. Dona Thomas
–– Application of Kent’s Repertory to Locomotor Disorders – Dr. Manjunath Patil
–– Perceiving the Patient – Dr. Julia C. Loos
–– Lesser Known Remedies in Homeopathy – Dr. Venugopal Gouri
–– TIDBITS – Elaine Lewis
–– TIPS & SECRETS – Alan V. Schmukler
–– Prostate Cancer in a Man of 74 – Dr. Vitan Gosain
–– Endometriosis in a Woman of 51 – Petra Cihlářová
––– Remarkable Short Stories: Cases to Remember: Part-I – Dr. Subrata K. Banerjea
–– Epilepsy in a Woman of 25 – Dr. Prabodhchandra Meshram
–– A Case of Sialolithiasis –– Dr. Jyothi S. Chandran
–– Incision Granuloma Treated with Local Application – Dr. Swapna Potdar
–– Migraine in a Child of 8 – Dr. Meeta Nihlani
–– Acute Diarrhea in a Woman of 32 – Dr. Chetna Rochani
–– The Table of Animals – The Lophotrochozoa – by Dr Paul Theriault BSc ND VNMI – Reviewed by Rochelle Marsden
–– ASK THE HOLISTIC VET – September 2019 – Dr. Deva Khalsa
–– CROSSWORD September 2019 – Alan V. Schmukler
–– Alan V. Schmukler
SOLVE THE CASE QUIZ
––– Elaine Lewis, Shana Lewis
–– Revisiting: Panic Attack – Elaine Lewis, Shana Lewis
––THE PLANT DOCTOR – September 2019 – Radko Tichavsky