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Homeopathy for Everyone September 2007

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Homeopathy for Everyone September 2007

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 Editorial Team
Alan V. Schmukler (Chief Editor)
Manish Bhatia
Rochelle Marsden
Firuzi Mehta
David Johnson
Elaine Lewis
Katja Schütt
Neil D. Shere
Leela D’Souza
Shirley Reischman
Edward De Beukelaer
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  It’s All About Money, Honey! – Dr. Manish Bhatia

“I have seen people presenting miracle cures like dissolving a 30mm gall stone, reviving a dead shrunken gall bladder, passing an 18 mm renal calculi (even a staghorn calculus!) without rupturing the urethra, curing multi-drug resistant tuberculosis cases with just one single dose…”

Letters to the Editor

Hot-Seat Interview
 Jan Scholten – interviewed by Manish Bhatia

“…in principle every substance is a remedy. This is because every substance will give intoxication when taken in the necessary quantity. And in the world there are thousands of salts, whereas homeopathy was using only a few hundred.”

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New Papers
 Homeopathy and Classification– Jan Scholten

“There’s a growing tendency in homeopathy to study families of remedies. This is in contrast with the past when mostly single remedies were studied, often  without knowledge about the origin of the remedy.”

Stages Universal – Jan Scholten

“The columns of the periodic table are the stages in a process of development, coming to a rise, culmination and fall.”

Group Analysis – Jan Scholten

“For instance, we can take the theme of stage 5 and combine it with the characteristics of the Silver series to find the theme of Niobium. This way of combining themes can lead to new discoveries about the properties of any
one one element.”

The Psychosomatic Dimension of Homeopathy – IV – Dietmar Payrhuber

“The Periodic Table (PT) is an example of how we look for remedies before paying attention to a particular miasma. By this way we observe that the miasmas are included in
each element of the PT.”

Disease Nosology Part II – Rudi Verspoor

“In the first three Aphorisms, Dr. Hahnemann makes crystal clear that what he is principally concerned about is the removal of disease, part of which involves distinguishing disease from imbalance…”

Some Questions Regarding Verspoor’s Terminology – Isaac Golden

“The term homoeopathy has been misused to mean the whole of Hahnemann’s healing system. Hahnemann used the word heilkunst to describe his entire system, which is comprised of the German terms “heil” (whole) and “kunst” (art).”

Exchange on Homeoprophylaxis

Response to Isaac Golden – Rudi Verspoor

“…the use of Morbillinum, for example, to treat for or prevent against measles is not homeopathy, but the use of a different aspect of the law of similars.”

Reply to Rudi Verspoor – Isaac Golden

“I have previously used the term “homoeopathy” to embrace anything which selects a single substance using the Law of Similars, and administers the substance using the Law of Minimum Dose.”

Lectures on Organon of Medicine

Understanding ‘Aphorism Seven & Eight’ | Audio mp3 4.97mb – Dr. Manish Bhatia

“The part of the 7th aphorism that I enjoy most is the first footnote. Here you are able to see the depth of Hahnemann’s thought and can marvel at his foresight.”

# Understanding Aphorisms Seventy-Nine – Dr. Leela D’Souza

# Understanding Aphorisms Eighty – Dr. Leela D’Souza

“The quality of Sycosis is …the excessive growth of unwanted/non-malignant tissue. Hahnemann made a mistake… when he suggested that this was due to gonorrhea. In actuality, this is either due to HPV, or is an expression of Syphilis in the secondary stage.”

Tips and Secrets- 5– Alan Schmukler

“In Diabetes, 2 or 3 grains of the 3rd trituration of Uran. Nit. administered morning and night, will in a short time reduce the quantity of urine passed to nearly a normal standard, and after a continual use, the proportion of sugar is materially lessened.”


“When food energy intake exceeds energy expenditure, fat cells throughout the body take in the energy and store it as fat. So when the energy consumption exceeds the requirement, it causes obesity.”

From the Clinic
 A Case of Infertility – Jan Scholten

“Her father had died some 6 years before. She had a very good bond with him; they understood each other just by looking. It felt like an amputation when he died.”

A Case of Cerium oxydatum – Jan Scholten

“She is angry with herself when she has done or said the wrong things. This is worse when she has been alone for a long time and better from diversion. She often feels worthless, especially when she feels watched by others.”

A Case of Ytterbium oxydatum – Pavol Tibensky

“He is very bitter, disgusted, not friendly, and morose. He is a priest in a region where there are more protestants then catholics. It is a punishment from catholic authorities. He is against every authority.”

A Case of Erbium oxydatum – Pavol Tibensky

“She wants to be wanted. She is very good, not regularly good, but very easygoing. She does not like disharmony, she wants to have order on all levels, in partnership, in family, with her children, her colleagues, her partners in business, and in relationship.”


 Secret Lanthanides – Jan Scholten

“Jan explains his element theory and places each Lanthanide in a stage of the gold series. With every element discussed, Jan shows us the ideas and words that relate to the remedy and the stage, brilliantly illuminating the remedy picture.”

Repertory of the Elements – Jan Scholten

“He includes his new ideas on the naming of remedies, as well as the history and structure of repertories, explaining his decisions about the manner in which he has organized the data. His arrangement of rubrics is divided into three parts: Subject, Thematic, and Dynamic.”

  Start Spreadin’ The Nooooooze…..– Kelly Young, Elaine Lewis

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