“Treatment of advanced hepatocellular carcinoma with very low-levels of amplitude-modulated electromagnetic fields.” I recently came across this study1 from the British Journal of Cancer.The study notes that conventional medicine offers little hope for this disease and concludes: “There is emerging evidence that the growth of cancer cells may be altered by very low levels of electromagnetic fields modulated at specific frequencies.”For fourteen of the patients with this advanced cancer, the treatment stabilized them and shrunk the tumors, while producing no significant side effects.
In another study using cell cultures, 2 it was found that tumor specific frequencies significantly decreased the growth of hepatocellular carcinoma, breast cancer cells and ovarian cancer cells – each requiring a microdose of a different frequency.
This will all sound familiar, since homeopathic remedies are essentially electromagnetic frequencies. Renowned physicist Cyril W. Smith helped confirm that fact through his research which he reported in a series of articles for Hpathy. (Homeopathy – How It Works and How it is Done.3) He stated:
“The criticism leveled at homeopathy by chemists is correct but, it is frequency and not chemistry that provides the theoretical basis for homeopathic potentisation.”
“..the basis of homeopathy must, like all these other clinical effects, be frequencies in water. Homeopathic potencies begin with a “Mother Tincture” which is in effect, a chemical frequency template for subsequent potentisation.”
For years Dr. Smith had used an oscillation generator to determine which frequency would alleviate a patient’s symptoms. At one point, he discovered that the healing frequency for one of his patients, exactly matched the frequency of a homeopathic remedy that had been prescribed for her.
Today physicists view the universe, including living things, as an interactive energy matrix. It is only reasonable that healing should be based on that concept rather than on toxic drugs. The evidence for an enlightened view of medicine, and in support homeopathy is overwhelming. There are those who will resist this knowledge and try to defend the outdated drug paradigm. Before long, we hope they will be pushing against the wind.
3. Homeopathy – How it works and how it is done-Cyril W. Smith
In this issue:
In this issue I interview Dr Corey Weinstein, homeopath, social activist and musician, who shares his wisdom from 43 years of practice. Don’t miss it!
We have a presentation from the highly regarded – Centre for Homeopathic Education New York. Sue Anello, co-founder and principal of CHENY talks with Hpathy about the school’s vision, philosophy and programs. Marcus Fernandez, Director of CHENY shares his dream of spreading homeopathy throughout the U.S.
Homeopath Mike Bridger laments that homeopathy is being undermined by the new methods. Student Susie Spens shares her homeopathy epiphany at the birth of her first child.
Marcus Fernandez, and Danielle Abramov, discuss their experiences in Gambia with the Bush Homeopaths and Faythe Goldman shares some remedies for summertime ailments.
Miranda Castro examines large outcomes studies in homeopathy, considering design parameters for gathering outcomes data.
Homeopath Vatsala Sperling interviews Liz Lalor, author of A Homeopathic Guide to Partnership and Compatibility and Homeopathic Psychiatry.
Dr. Roger Morrison traces the evolution of the miasm theory from Hahnemann to the present and reports on the latest developments.
Dr. Cindee Gardner discusses her holistic multi-pronged approach to treating and curing Lyme disease.
Iman Navab shares a letter written to Abraham Lincoln in defense of homeopathy.
Dr.George Royal examines the meaning of symptoms, including the “totality of symptoms”.
Robert Medhurst highlights first aid remedies for infants and children and Dr. W.A. Dewey gives indications for remedies in sciatica.
Dr. Ruhul Amin and Biplab Chakraborty share more of their research in The Science Behind Homeopathy.
Rochelle Marsden reviews Grant Bentley’s new book on Facial Analysis in homeopathy and David Johnson reviews Case Taking by Alastair Gray.
Jeroen Holtkamp further explains his Threefold Approach with a case to illustrate.
Dr. Ami Shah solves a case of Thygeson’s disease and saves a patient’s vision. Dr. Subrata K. Banerjea cures a case of brain tumor and Dr. Edmund Carleton resolves four cancer cases.I share the case and adventure of my mother’s mini-stroke. Dr. Seyedaghanoor Sadeghi presents three cases of trauma related to Caesarian birth. Edie Freeman works through two cases of measles. You’ll also find four Lachesis cases involving gangrene, from Dr. Lambreght.
Homeopathic veterinarian Edward De Beukelaer presents the cases of Daisy the Hen and a horse called Black Demon, saving the day with fascinating remedies.
There is much more, including Elaine’s wonderful Quiz, Tips & Secrets, the Plant Doctor, a new Cartoon and Crossword. Pull up a comfortable chair and enjoy this feast. Remember to send you comments, questions, cases, and articles to [email protected]