I recently visited an anti-homeopathy website and was fascinated that the participants fancied themselves educated, yet spouted nonsense and couldn’t grasp a simple idea, or think outside the propaganda box.
People in modern industrialized countries pride themselves as being “advanced”, yet most could never have created the implements or ideas that signify modern society. In spite of his sophisticated education, the typical urbanite doesn’t question what he’s been taught and is not inclined toward independent thought or action.
Students of history will tell you that civilization has only advanced because of a handful of rebellious, creative, self actualized people. Why aren’t there more individuals like Galileo, Newton, Einstein, Tesla, Edison, C.V. Raman, Da Vinci, Beethoven, Shakespeare, Vyasa, Premchand, Socrates, Gandhi, and Hahnemann?
Parents, schools, governments, religions and now corporations, dictate how people should think and behave. Few children escape this indoctrination and most have had their curiosity, rebelliousness and creative spirits suppressed long before adulthood. And yet, the original spark is always there, inside us. We are only ever a moment away from being all that we can. A few people escape, and light the way for the rest. Hahnemann was one of those, and one of the most creative and revolutionary spirits who ever lived. His ideas challenged our view of living things, illness, healing and even matter and energy. A lifelong foe of ignorance and suffering, he helped heal people so they could regain that lost spark of joy, and accomplish their highest goals.
Hpathy is dedicated to sharing and advancing Hahnemann’s enlightened views. Join us now in this revolutionary pursuit.
In this issue:
We have a presentation from the Southern College of Homeopathy in Kent, UK. Established in 2009, by Val Lawrence and Mary Ellis, they offer three and four year courses covering philosophy, theory and clinical application. They present cases of fear of insects, a home birth, autism, a hedgehog case, along with an article on asthma and an interview with Chloe Foss, one of the provers of Hedgehog.
Nicola Henrique in Dare to Know, argues that homeopathy has been distorted by pretended devotees, who threaten the integrity of Hahnemann’s legacy. Dr. Nettie Campbell tells of her own self treatment and survival from a deadly snakebite. Dr. Nilanjana Basu makes a wonderful cure in a case of laryngeal keratosis. Dr. Nikunj Trivedi offers excellent cases of Exotosis and Alopecia Totalis.
Carla Carmichael reports on the excellent homeopathy being practiced in Sri Lanka, including a case of Dengue Fever. Dr. Douglas Falkner discovers the remedy in a case of Systemic Lupus. Dr. Linda Baker offers a powerpoint on summer ailments and Rochelle Marsden describes remedies for the summer. Elaine Lewis shares a marvelous vaccination exemption letter from her daughter.
Robert Medhurst gives a synopsis of miams, Dr. Sanjay Padole raises a patient’s level of amniotic fluid with homeopathy. Dr . Danny Thomas discusses hormone levels, Dr. Ami Shah treats diabetes, Maria Jevtic cures asthma and Iman Navab provides some historical anecdotes.
The esteemed Dr. Jacques Millemann presents two veterinary cases, including parvovirus in a dog.
There’s much more, including the Plant Doctor –V.D.Kaviraj, Elaine Lewis’s Quiz, Tips and Secrets, a new crossword puzzle and cartoon. Relax with your favorite drink and enjoy the feast! Keep sending your articles, cases, questions and comments to : [email protected]thy.com