Recently, I drove a friend to a local allopath for some tests. In the waiting room, I noticed their TV was playing a video listing fish with the highest levels of mercury. The presenter said that women who are pregnant or plan to become pregnant, or are nursing, should avoid certain fish. It was a positive sign to see that in a doctor’s office. Not long ago, doctors were still denying there was any danger from eating fish.
The world has known about the dangers of mercury for many years. In 1971, photojournalist W. Eugene Smith took this famous photo of a child crippled by mercury poisoning while still in his mother’s womb.
While the medical community now acknowledges the danger of eating mercury laden fish, it still denies the danger of injecting mercury into people’s bodies. Flu and tetanus vaccines offered to pregnant women and children hold 25 micrograms of mercury as Thimerosal, which is 49.5% mercury! The mercury in those vaccines is so dangerous that unused portions have to be disposed of according to the rules for industrial waste. The Eli Lilly information sheet on Thimerosol states that exposure to Thimerosal in children can cause “mild to severe mental retardation and motor coordination impairment. 1 The U.S. EPA limit on mercury in water is 2ppb, but the Hepatitis B vaccine administered at birth, contains 25,000 ppb mercury! 3
As far back as 2003, a government committee2 investigating medical uses of mercury reported:
“Mercury is hazardous to humans. Its use in medicinal products is undesirable, unnecessary and should be minimized or eliminated entirely. Thimerosal used as a preservative in vaccines is likely related to the autism epidemic…”
Millions of lay people, having figured out that vaccines are dangerous, will no longer submit to them willingly. To counter this, the pharmaceutical industry lobbies for forced vaccination, making it a requirement to attend school, or to work in the healthcare industry. The name of the game is coercion.
As this battle continues, it’s important to make people aware that other options exist, including homeoprophylaxis. Does it work? It was successfully used for two million people in Cuba to counteract an epidemic of Leptospirosis. Kate Birch and Cilla Whatcott formed Free and Healthy Children International in the U.S to educate parents and train homeopaths in using Homeoprophylaxis.
Allopaths may one day make the mental leap from mercury in fish to mercury in vaccines. Perhaps they’ll also find the courage to stop promoting them. In the meantime, let’s get the truth out and stand our ground.
- The Government Reform Committee of the U.S. Congress -Staff of the Subcommittee on Human Rights and Wellness May 21, 2003
In This Issue:
We chat with Dr. Bill Gray, MD., one of the most senior homeopaths in the U.S., practicing for 45 years. He’s lectured throughout the U.S. and Europe and co-developed homeopathy schools. His book Homeopathy: Science or Myth presented cutting edge research. He was the first recipient of the Henry Williams Award for service to homeopathy. Dr. Gray is currently Founder and Chairman of Coherence Apps LLC. The program repertorizes a case and then plays the remedy frequency via cell phone.
Questions Patients Ask – Elaine Lewis
Tips & Secrets – Alan V. Schmukler
Homeoprophylaxis: The Light at the End of the Tunnel – Brenda Goldstein
An Open Letter from Concerned Physicians Regarding Antibiotic Resistance American Institute of Homeopathy
The Soul of Remedies – Lac Caninum – Dr. Rajan Sankaran
In Memoriam – Shiv Dua – A loving remembrance – Dr. Navneet bidani
Belladonna – Not Just an Acute Remedy – Bhanu Sharma
Antibiotics Pave the Way to Chronic Illness – Joette Calabrese
The Campaign to Ban Pet Homeopathy in the UK – Brandon Tlurbeville
Donald Trump’s Homeopathic Remedy – Jerry M. Kantor
The Syphilitic Miasm – An Overview – Dr. Ardeshir T Jagose
Searching for SRP Symptoms – Dr. Pankil Dhruv
To Paint the Lily – More rational alternatives to vaccination – Ann Sorrell
From the Clinic
Brain Abscess in a Young Child – Dr. Sunirmal Sarker
OCD and ADD solved with Periodic Table – Katherina Reidener-Brunner
An Unexpected Remedy in Sore Throat – Diderik Finne
Doomed to Be Blind – Eye Injury/ Disease Treated with Peter Chappell’s Source Resonances – Edson F. Sampaio
A Ray of Hope for Infertility – Drs. Jayesh Shah and Pallavi Mahadeshwar
Depression – Impact of Prental Suicide – Judith Acosta
Billy Robertson – A case from the free clinic of Homeopathy Institute of the Pacific – Renita Hermann
Vertigo and Joint Pain – Dr. B.G. Daptarder
Repressed Anger/ Grief Result in Clairvoyance – Dr. Prabodhchandra Meshram
Drug and Sex Addiction – Dr. Hermeet Singh Suri
Ask the Holistic Vet – Dr. Deva Khalsa, holistic veterinarian answers veterinary questions from readers. Send your questions to Mail@hpathy.com
Economic Impact of Homeopathic Practice in General Medicine In France -Aurélie Colas, Karine Danno et. al.
Homeopathy For Menopause by Evelyne Majer-Julian is reviewed by Rochelle Marsden.
Ask the Plant Doctor – Agrohomeopath Radko Tichavsky answers readers’ questions about houseplants and crops. Send your questions to: Mail@hpathy.com
QUIZ – Elaine Lewis – Sharpen your skills with this monthly quiz from Elaine Lewis. Also, see “Revisiting” to learn the answer to last month’s quiz.
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