My father, 89, an active man with a razor sharp mind, has been my chief sponsor and bottle washer. Yes, this is the same man who interrupted my boyhood pastimes, collared me and strapped me to a high chair to give me a sharp haircut, much in the same way the shepherd collars the lamb in the crook of his staff for shearing or offering to the Gods. I never was sure of which, as Genesis 22 was dad’s favorite passage to quote when I was bad, excluding the part where Jehovah interrupts Abraham’s pending infanticide to say “don’t kill the boy, I was just kidding.”

I would try to hide in places never visited by human eyes, but he would always find me out, hook me and drag me flailing in a death struggle to bind me to The Chair.

Perhaps this was a replay, because last night he continued this occupation of hunting me down, this time with a phone call, to inquire what the hell was my last blog about.

“Was this the great inspiration you were talking about at McDonald’s today?”
“Well, not exactly, I posted it before I. . ”
“I thought you said you were going to change the face of medicine.”
“Well . . I . . not me . . I”
“I’d dump it if I were you,” he said. “I couldn’t tell who or what you were talking about.”

I had to silently agree with him that it was problematic, but there comes a time when a boy becomes a man and keeps his own mind and tonsure. So, I had to disagree with him that it was final, and not just for the pharmaceutical industry.

Not to ruin it for everybody, but that blog was just the inhaling part of a blast on a predictable material phase change in modern pharmaceuticals.

In my last blog, The Death Knell of Chemo Medicine, I am trying to prepare for the mere possibility that, at least where water is involved, there is no such thing as a simple chemical reaction that is electromagnetically void, free of subsequent supramolecular effects.

Everything has a buzz to it, but especially the cold plasma we know as water. This nails it. By more than my account water is known as the primordial energy absorber, and as such, it is the Great Transducer, as it absorbs energy, most notably the background radiation, water emits energy.

Water emits a converted signal.

We can all see it in the reflection of a puddle or a pool, light being a very narrow part of the electromagnetic spectrum. But it does not necessarily reflect the same signal it absorbs. Water has a tetrahedral molecular shape similar to glass, and as such it might be expected to have qualities similar to glass, molten and frozen.  So water acts as a lens, and this lensing action is not confined to warping visible light.

Solutes, guest molecules in an aqueous host solution, will cause structural changes in water that can be detected spectrographically, changes that can be detected in serial dilutions beyond theoretical mole limits, such as those used in homeopathy.

The current model for the action of the ionized pharmaceuticals used in homoeopathy is a corollary to tritium oxide, which is 3H2O, or radioactive water. The strength of the signal is from enthalpy (induced heat), which is created in the succussion phase of manufacture.

Just as the radiation from an atomic bomb blast will vitrify (convert into glass) materials such as soil, the electromagnetic radiation passing through water from solutes and external sources, such as sunlight, will cause structural changes in water that will continue to resonate and radiate the specified signals long after the instigators have absquatulated . .  or been turned off.

According to a University of London computer modelling post grad, drug companies are ignoring the ramifications of aqueous structuring around the company’s synthesized molecules and the inevitable biologically relevant electromagnetic effects.

The following mind bomb was posted in Jerome Burne’s blog BODY OF EVIDENCE by Jazz Rasool:

One stunning bit of research for simply validating the mechanism of homoeopathy that few people dare to embark on is to use the computer modelling of drug molecules prior to being approved for clinical trials. Many drug companies and universities heavily fund computer simulations of drug behaviour.
 Some modelling looks at whether a drug binds properly to the molecules it must interact with in the body. Another kind of modelling, a ‘Solvation Study’ typically surrounds a drug molecule with a cluster of water molecules to simulate the mostly water environment they may encounter in the human body. Pressure, temperature etc are altered and the water molecules start to move around based on Quantum Physics simulations. Some of them bash against the drug molecule deforming it. If the drug is stable enough it will return to its starting shape or not deform too much and if that is the case the drug is probably suitable for going to real drug trials. If the molecule is unstable then bits will break off which is not good as those might go on to cause side effects and in that instance the drug company won’t bother with a drug trial if the side effects are deemed too risky.
 I know these things because I did such simulations as part of my Masters degree in Computer Modelling of Molecular and Biological Processes at Birkbeck College in the University of London. One glaring issue I had with such studies was how all the focus was on the drug molecule and how the water molecules affected its shape and function rather than any attention be paid to the drug molecules effect on the shape and function of the cluster of water molecules. Water molecules typically can cluster around the drug molecule and can sometimes drift away intact in their joined up architecture that has within it an imprint of the drug molecule. This ‘imprint’ of the drug molecule within the water cluster means that the water cluster, from a biochemical point of view, is a negative or ‘antidote’ to the original drug’s actions. Of course Homoeopaths will tell you that’s exactly what homoeopathic remedies often behave like – with behaviour opposite to the substance from which they were formed from.
 For some bizarre reason drug companies across the world and researchers in universities almost universally ignore how the water molecules glue together into forms that can have their own biochemical effect. Randomised trials are not the place to start for evaluating efficacy of Homoeopathy -the place to start is with basic research that can be done on a computer at a university and, with ever more powerful home computers, something that can even be done by an amateur scientist at home.

 This is an explosion in the face of the pharmaceutical industry’s chemical engineers, for as is known, structural clustering of the aqueous vehicle is the primordial vehicle and cause for the redox and ionization of materials used as medicine in homeopathy, something that homeopathy haters stridently insist isn’t supposed to happen if they are to sustain accusations of implausibility and placebo.

This is further testament to the fact that homeopathic medicine is based on currently observed and explainable physics that are not exclusive to homeopathy.

So pardon me while I laugh long and hard. We homeopaths have been maligned for two centuries, and now suddenly who’s disovered practicing accidental homeopathy. Oh Hippocrates, I have to stop typing so I can wipe my eyes and dab the keyboard . .

Anyone can see what’s going on here. The industrial pharmaceutical arts can’t explain homoeopathy because it’s not in their interest to explain homeopathy. But in not recognizing the biomagnetic effects of the chemistry involved in synthesizing unstable molecules for patenting, they’re running into inescapable physics made cryptic to them by their own denials, whilst their products transmogrify into deadly wildcards.

Make a lot of money boys, you’re going to need it. Homeopathy will find you out and it will bind you to The Chair . .


” . . drug companies across the world and researchers in universities almost universally ignore how the water molecules glue together into forms that can have their own biochemical effect. “ Jazz Rasool



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  1. Harlon says:

    I wanted to let you know that I am enjoying following your blog, I can connect some of my experiences, values and concerns with your words. Thank you! Are messages may be coming from different experiences but they also may draw from the same rabbit holes in health care.


  2. Right under their noses all this time! Thank you John.


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