In Mexico in 1939, a Homeopathy Free School was flourishing and serving dedicated students and teachers. The President of the Republic, urged on by enemies of the school, tried to close it. To fight this attack, strike flags were put at the school’s doors and the teachers worked without pay. The students “took cover on the roof with bricks and stones, ready to fight before letting their school die” (1). Eventually the director of the school got a decree from the government, which overruled the President and saved the school.
For most of us, the discovery of homeopathy started with taking a remedy, which against all logic, healed us. In that moment, the universe opened a door and we sensed there were even deeper secrets. This kind of visceral discovery breeds a compelling passion. Some oppose homeopathy because it seems inexplicable, while others with darker motives, because they know it is a force for good. In either case, they always underestimate the passion with which it is held.
– IN THIS ISSUE –
This month we hear from many passionate homeopaths. Our Hotseat interview is with Dr. Bob Leckridge, a homeopathic physician working at the Glasgow Homeopathic Hospital. He talks about the hospital and shares his special vision and personal philosophy.The esteemed Dr. Luc De Schepper, in a keynote address, gives us his three wishes for homeopathy. Mark O’Sullivan reports on the adventures of a band of travelling homeopaths, who brought their mobile clinic to a festival in Ireland. This is the way to spread homeopathy!
Heike Bishop does a marvelous job of research to recount the History of homeopathy in South Australia. Be sure to read about Dr. Allen Campbell, one of the inspiring historical figures. Aisling Murray analyzes the remedy Thuja and draws a deeply detailed picture of the mentals.
Dr. Seyedaghanoor Sadeghi describes an integrative approach to a case of breast cancer…. Dr. Edmund Carleton cures a metastatic Sarcoma of the thigh which had originated from suppression.
Veterinary homeopath Dr. Jacques Millemann presents a case of a dog who took on his owner’s pain. Homeopath Madeleine Innocent gives us a number of veterinary tips, including how some animals help select the correct remedy.
Be sure to see the fully documented Diabetes Mellitus case from Dr. Subrata K. Banerjea; the Hydrocele case from Dr. Nilanjan Basu and the Dermatitis Case from Dr. Sanjay Padole. Iman Navab presents a wonderful story in History of Homeopathy part III. Aadil Chimthanawala reports on the First International Conference on Evidence Based Homoeopathy, held in Kuala Lumpur. There are more articles and cases, as well as Elaine’s Quiz, Tips & Secrets, The Plant Doctor, and a New Crossword Puzzle and Cartoon. So relax into a comfortable chair and enjoy!
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