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Before things get too serious I’d like to recommend myself for the position of personal homeopath to the President of the United States. Too many world leaders today and in the past have depended heavily on a personal savant, usually referred to as a homeopath, for this President in 2018-2024 to be without one.
For instance, the richest man of all time, and I think the competition for this title includes guys like Cresus, Midas and Jeff Bezos, is John D Rockefeller, 98, who from the day he was born to the day he died had a personal homeopath by his side! one of them being Mary Baker Eddy, the world’s richest woman, no lie.
The nobility of England and Europe have always had personal homeopathic physicians advising them, and this includes the current Queen of England, who ascribes a particular long life to homeopathy. And so why shouldn’t the current President of the United States have one too, and enjoy this boon?
Dr. John R. Benneth, Paris, 2016
As Donald Trump’s personal homeopath, my first suggestion would be to fire Mike Pense and replace him with Michael Avenatti. .2) suggest that the President divorce Melania and make Stormy Daniels First Lady and an honest woman. Then he could relax, all his troubles would go away, the world would be in good hands and he could take a nice long vacation . . or not, see what happens.
TWO LITTLE WORDS
Q: What Reprieve,
Do You Expect,
A: pardon me,
if this isn’t the way
two little words
is all I can say
Q: How long do you Object to the Remanent Wave?
A Minute a Day
A Fortnight a Year?
A Lengthening Stay
A Decade, I Fear?
But never to those who would make it their slave.
Too little words
a torturous fast
two little words
left us aghast
The centuries laden
with millennia past
on time at last.
Too little words a torturous fast two little words left us aghast
A Sudden Bromide by John
If you’re tortured by the thought that homeopathy doesn’t work because “there is not one molecule of anything but water in it,” please allow me to lance that boil and burst the null of your hypothesis in two little words . .
It’s a recognized fact that there’s been too many words arguing over what it is clinically, and too little explaining what homeopathy is physically.
Drum roll please: Ladies and gentlemen, in keeping with the homeopathic maxim of like cures like, I am here today with two little words, when uttered, will magically crack the dam of settled science for those who have a thirst for medical genius, like Hahnemann’s, the First Homeopath, or for those who were treated by him to flower their genius, such as exemplified by Mary Baker Eddy, a 19th century American homeopath who published the first text on curative healing, founded a major religion and widespread international newspaper, and became the richest woman on Earth, to incur the wrath of literary genius and intuitional homeopath Mark Twain, author of the first great American novel and the most quoted man in the world today, living or dead. Twain said that what he called Eddyism, at its current rate of growth, would overtake Congress in 30 years, that’s how popular Christian Science was; or the son of a pill peddler, John D Rockefeller, who, when adjusting for inflation, became the richest man to have ever lived; or Charles Darwin, who became the progenitor of Atheist Science after he was cured of a debilitating illness and his genius awakened by Dr, Manford Gully, MD, a homeopath!
I speak of people who became part of a chain reaction triggered by Hahnemann, inside of them, an electric fractal, an electromagnetic nudge . . I’m going to give you two little words that can trigger the same kind of reaction in you that was experienced by Eddie, Twain, Darwin, and Rockefeller
It may cause you to see something you haven’t seen before, to do something you previously thought you were incapable of.
Those two little words are TRITIUM OXIDE.
Tritium oxide is irradiated water. It can be detected throughout the electromagnetic spectrum from . . thermolumonescence to beta radiation.
Here’s a little note from Rolland Conte, the glow and grow chain reaction in homeopathic solutions:
“Tritium creation in homoeopathic solutions has been measured. Initially, the radioactivity of these solutions was
Plasma discharge from supramolecular homeopathic solution
It should be noted here who Rolland Conte was. Rolland Conte was a renowned French statistician married to Madeleine Conte, who was the director of the French nuclear safety commission. Using beta scintillation and nuclear magnetic resonance, Rolland Conte and his team of Yves Lasne, Gabriel Vernot and Henri Berliocchi, made a comprehensive study of the physics of the homeopathic remedy. What he discovered was evidence of a nuclear reaction in the homeopathic remedy, and measured it.
The Conteans dubbed the nano bubble cavitation they discovered and seen by other investigators (Roy) as “white holes”, what appears to me to be ball plasma discharging. Radiation coming out of the homeopathic solution they called “the remanent wave.” (See photo above)
This should trigger a question in your mind, where is this energy, this radiation in the homeopathic solution coming from? Where is the fuel stoking this fire? It’s reciting a common aphorism to say “where there’s smoke there’s fire,” so where there’s fire there’s got to be something for it to burn, right?
We have detected radiation coming out of it, so would it be safe to assume there should be radiation going into it?
What if you had a child’s intellect and needed still to cling to Santa Claus? It would be easy enough to say hydrogen and oxygen, the two elemental ingredients of water, are both highly flammable, should blow up in your face when prodded to do so. But no. Here at a time when we are being pried loose from Santa Claus, settled science desperately disavows us of a gift from above bearing hydrogen and its human potential, our notions that hydrogen and oxygen atoms can so easily be pried apart . . disavowed! . . that it would take more energy to unleash them then we would get quid pro quo! . . and blah blah blah denial.
The updated answer to this is that modern-day physicists like Stanford’s William Tiller say there is enough energy in a single hydrogen atom to detonate something short of Creation . . if it is focused . . they say.
Well, I don’t know about that, except to admit that somewhere there is a fractal involved, which I’ll get to later. For now let me direct your attention to this: Like most nuclear weapons, the explosive power of the single hydrogen atom is best used when not used for anything at all. And so it is here. There is a more conventional explanation to where energy in the homeopathic remedy is coming from, an answer that satisfies the most desperate craving and measures the question metrically. This can be explained using conventional weapons, which I will do in the following:
NEXT: Why Homeopathic Remedies Glow
FURTHER ON: The Homeopathic Fractal
July 20, 2012, a 24 year old man with a gun, wearing a gas mask and bullet proof vest, opened fire during a 12:30 a.m. showing of the film The Dark Knight Rises in Theater Nine at the Century 16 movie theater in Aurora, Colorado. He set off a smoke grenade in the theater and started shooting, killing 14 people and injuring more than fifty.
The alleged shooter was James Holmes.. He was found next to his car in the theater parking lot with a rifle, shotgun, and handgun. He did not resist arrest.
Holmes told authorities about explosives at his residence in North Aurora. Aurora Police Chief Dan Oates said the shooter’s home was a site where there might be more explosives.
Homeoapth John Benneth examines the psychochemical evidence as to what may have triggered the violence.
The summer days breeze by. I find myself lounging. Before me is a full plate of fat, burgundy red cherries at which I pick: My cases, my videos, my correspondence, my vast studies, my blog . .
The point should be made over and over again, that every statement made against homeopathy by those who are masquerading as ‘atheists,’ ‘rationalists’ and ‘skeptics’ who hold themelves out to be ‘scientists’, or ‘defenders of logic’ . . blows up in their faces . . all is set . . all I have to do is strike the match.
HOMEOPATHS!Stand up,promote homeopathy for what it is, for what the pseudoscientistssay it is not, the only REAL medicine we have . . as follows:
Response to Jessica Roy – Woo, Boy: Singularity U’s Vivek Wadhwa Spreads the Dark Art of ‘Pseudoscience’
“Alan Smukler is right. And it’s laughable to see how out of touch with reality the homeopathy haters are, and how they violate their own implied standards, and this article by Jessica Roy is no exception. “The reference here supporting the claim that “several credible academic studies found that the alternative medicine wasn’t proven to work better than a placebo” is from the self-referencing Edzard Ernst, the recently defrocked mouthpiece for the troubled patent pharmaceutical industry now under criminal indictment for fraud and $3 billion dollar fine.
“When you ask just what studies they’re talking about, it turns out that there are none . . no comprehensive metanalysis of homeopathy has ever been able to conclude that the effects of the material analogs . . the homogenous substances used as medicine in homeopathy by a growing number of MDs . . is solely due to “the placebo effect.”
“Note that the lack of discretion and trope in “placebo.” The word, like the author, refers to nothing definite. If they could honestly say what they want us to believe, they’d say it. Where is the body of literature proving “placebo?” They can’t even say what it is! TEACH ME!
“Furthermore, the homeopathic principle of like cures like was discovered by overdosing with crude material substances before it was witnessed in the dilute. All vaccines, anti-toxins and anti-venoms work on this same principle of similitude. The word ‘homeopathy’ literally has nothing to do with dilutes.
[The only difference is that homeopaths have learned posology, how to admininister the right dose, effectively and safely.]
“So now look who’s being ‘unscientific.’ And so it follows, that my challenge to these professed ‘experts’ like Ernst is to show me one good study that proves homeopathic medicines are nothing but “placebos.” Do it and I’ll quit studying homeopathic medicine and go string beads.
“Homeopathy is real medicine, unlike what’s being injected into the rumps of the unwitting public . . “
My plate is still full of fat, burgundy red cherries at which I pick: My overwhelming case load, my videos, my correspondence, my vast studies, my blogs, my poetry and the cornerstone of medicine, The Doctrine, ‘The Physics of Homeopathy’ . . by Fall this essay and those to follow will have dried and will scuttle on the hard thoroughfare like rip brown leaves . .what Springs turns to Fall, what is green, bright and startling soon becomes brown, dull and commonplace . .
Ah! Another fat cherry!
IT’S COMING: ‘THE PHYSICS OF HOMEOPATHY’
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Twelve years ago I applied for the James Randi Educational Foundation award to prove homeopathy. James Randi accepted my application, corresponded with me over a protocol, and then months later dismissed me as being inconsequential, claiming he was going to put Nobel laureate physicist Professor Brian Josephson and immunologist Jacques Benveniste to the test instead.
Canadian author Syd Baumel of The Aquarian wrote to Prof . Josephson to inform him that my application to JREF preceded theirs. Prof. Josephson replied to say he never applied for Randi’ Challenge, was not interested in the Challenge, and Randi was sent back to me.
The basic protocol which Randi said would win the Challenge was a simple one. It would be to provide a method by which to identify placebo from verum in a double blind trial, of which there are several.
Randi finally ended correspondence with me. I’ll leave it to him to say why.
Since that time I have lectured at the Cavendish Laboratory at the invitation of Prof. Josephson on the supramolecular chemistry or the homeopathic remedy; Josephson says, “The idea that water can have a memory can be readily refuted by any one of a number of easily understood, invalid arguments.”
He describes how many scientists today suffer from “pathological disbelief;” that is, they maintain an unscientific attitude that is embodied by the statement “even if it were true I wouldn’t believe it.”
Does JREF suffer from pathological disbelief? If not, then prove it with my simple test for homeopathy, accepted by James Randi.
Leading a team of material scientists, the renowned Professor Emeritus Rustum Roy wrote a review of the literature on water structure and postulated it’s relevance to homeopathy, showing that the substances used in homeopathy have physical indices that identify them from their vehicles (as I proposed); Roy says that the literature “does definitively demolish the objection against homeopathy, when such is based on the wholly incorrect claim that since there is no difference in composition between a remedy and the pure water used, there can be no differences at all between them.”
Nobel laureate Luc Montagnier produced a series of experiments showing that high dilutes as used in homeopathy radiate an EM signal and have filterable crystalline-like nano structures, H-bond structures associated with their signal.
When Montgnier was asked if he is concerned that with hiss research into the natures of high dilutes as used in homeopathy he was drifting into pseudoscience, he replied adamantly: “No, because it’s not pseudoscience. It’s not quackery. These are real phenomena which deserve further study.”
In 2010 top water chemist Professor Emeritus Martin Chaplin of London South Bank University has said that water does indeed store and transmit information concerning solutes through its hydrogen bonded network.
There has been an explosion in the research of homeopathy. In 2007, Teela Johnson and Heather Boon wrote a review for pharmacists of the research in homeopathy in an article for the American Journal of Pharmaceutical Education entitled “Where Does Homeopathy Fit in Pharmacy Practice?” Am J Pharm Educ. 2007 February 15; 71(1): 07.
They say, “Several meta-analyses have also concluded that homeopathic treatment is significantly better than placebo. The first was carried out in 1991 by Kleijnen et al. They identified 107 published papers that scientifically evaluated the efficacy of homeopathically prepared treatments. Of these studies, 81 reported positive effects for homeopathy, with 9 of the 11 highest quality trials showing positive results.
“A second, extremely rigorous, meta-analysis was conducted in 1997 by Linde et al in an attempt to ascertain whether or not the clinical effects of homeopathy are due to placebo effects. They evaluated 186 clinical trials that tested the efficacy of homeopathically prepared treatments. Of these, 89 reported sufficient data to be included in the main meta-analysis. After controlling for publication bias, and quality of evidence, their results showed that homeopathy performed significantly better (combined odds ratio was 2.45 in favour of homeopathy) than placebo, with a confidence interval of 95%. Additional scrutiny, including methodological revisions by the authors themselves in a subsequent paper, confirmed these findings.”
The Cuban government has used homeopathy to stop its annual leptospirosis epidemic; the nation’s number one rated medical facility , the MD Anderson Cancer Clinic, has used homeopathy to treat cancer successfully in vitro and in vivo; the American Medical College of Homeopathy has opened this year in Phoenix, Arizona; the legislature there is now licensing homeopaths under the Doctor of homeopathy (DH) designation, medical doctors trained in the use of homeopathics as MD(H).
In light of this information, and the fact that my original protocol to JREF has not changed, I submit to you that my claim on the JREF award is now more valid than ever, and the challenge to you is to make good on it, and to put the original protocol, as submitted to JREF in January 0f 1999 to the test, using independent, scientifically qualified judges who have the credentials for approving the final protocol for such a test and disposition of the award.
John Benneth, Homeopath
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According to Wikipedia, Plaitt formerly worked at the physics and astronomy department at Sonoma State University. In early 2007, he resigned from his job to write a book entitled Death from the Skies, .
On August 4, 2008, he became President of the James Randi Educational Foundation. He served in that position until January 1, 2010, when he was succeeded by noted skeptic D. J. Grothe.
There’s nothing left to discuss. The science has been settled and Homeopathy doesn’t make the cut. This is why we’ve left it.
Goodbye John, you and Homeopathy will fade from memory despite all of your efforts. Homeopaths are quickly becoming the new flat-earthers.
LOL! If there’s nothing left to discuss, then why are you still discussing it?
We’ve heard this same pathetic cry now for 200 years, the “end of homeopathy,’ how it’s ‘finally been exposed for the fraud that it is,’ and then a year later we hear its overtaken Congress.
It is Congressionally mandated now, you know. you id know that, didn’t you?
In fact it’s been Congressionally mandated for over 100 years!
The FDCA was sponsored by a homeopath, Sen Royal Copeland, MD. Homeopathy is now being used to treat cancer patients in the nation’s number one rated cancer clinic, MD Anderson, in Houston. It’s growing at 30% annually worldwide.
And you think by posting a comment on a blog, moderated by a homeopath, you’re going to stop it?
“Oh gosh, in 45 words posted on the John Benneth Journal some guy named Steven just put a stop to an industry of FDA regulated and approved medicine. golly, what are we going to do now? I guess we’ll just have to burn that warehouse full of books on homeopathy and go back to swallowing that crap that killed off the Kennedys.”
Check it out Brainstein.
But before I pull the lever on my automatic allopathic self-burial system, where all I have to do is lie down, pull the lever and it dumps the dirt on top of me in the grave, could you please grant me one last request?
Could you answer a question?
Who are you talking about when you’ve decided the science has been settled? George “I’m the decider” Bush? Pee Wee Herman? Ronald MacDonald? James the Amazing Randi? Steven Novella? Scientists at Glaxo Smith Klein . .or Pfizer?
And just which science are you talking about ?
Christian Science? Rocket Science? Social Science? Pseudo Science? Political Science? The Science of Homeopathy? Mr. Science? The Science of Homo Dumbo? The Science of Creationism? The Science of Cretinism? The Wonderful World of Science? Popular Science? Modern Science? The Science of Atlantis?
The Scientist’s Science of Scientism? The Science of Science of Science of Science?
The Science of Steven Novellaa?
You know what I think? I think there just isn’t enough Science to go around. I mean, if you say the Science has been settled, it implies that people have been arguing over it, which means that people just aren’t getting enough of it. I think we should all have a backpack full of it. And you Professor Steven (Novellaa?), I nominate YOU to be the Scientist of all Scientists, Chief Scientist Steven Noellaaa?)
You’ll have to wear a lab coat and thick, horn rimmed glasses, of course, and talk in a monotone voice, and preface every sentence with “according to my precise calculations . . ” and give us the double blinded peer reviewed random controlled studies, tests and trials reported in peer reviewed double blinded no peek Science magazines, Journals, and Comic Books, like Super Scienceman.
My videos have not always been considered completely politcally correct, socially acceptable or even in good taste.
In order to give my lecture, “The Supramolecular Chemistry of the Homeopathic Remedy” at the Cavendish laboratory at Cambridge, England, I had to change the title of this video from “Homeopathy, the Jew of Modern Medicine” to what it is now.
Lately I’ve come to think that maybe I’m not as smart as I used to think. But gee whiz, these people who try to pass off skepticism for intelligence are really stupid.
It seems to me like the same kind of mentality of people who used to burn witches at the stake.
It’s not just the blatant hypocrisy that amazes me, its the unwillingness or inability to challenge it.
It makes me wonder, ‘”what is it I don’t see about myself?” It’s not that I don’t have a lot of objectors, critics and bashers who follow me around, but usually they don’t have anything really constructive to say. It’s mostly just nasty name calling.