LONDON- A song about vaccination was performed at a meeting of homeopaths, gathered together to discuss the proper marketing of homeopathy.

The Vaccination Song was videotaped during a dinner of the Homeopathic Action Trust (HAT)on September 17th at  the Refectory at the School of Pharmacy, Brunswick Square,, and just this last week put up on Youtube  . . and then almost immediately withdrawn, reportedly because of opposition to it.

This is why homeopathy is treated as it is. It is because of organizations like HAT


Instead of presenting homeopathic medicine for what it is, curative medicine, superior to allopathic, their puerile stupidity, cowardice and self-serving antics are rubbing off on the rest of us and preventing the progress of real medicine.

Maybe HAT didn’t hear, maybe they aren’t aware of it, but a great number of very vocal people have been calling them frauds for YEARS now, and HAT doesn’t seem to even know.

They certainly haven’t done anything about it.

They claim they fund projects. When I went to their webpage to see what the projects were, all it was, was a blank map of Britain, with red push pins in it !!

And one in what looks like Tanganyika . .

When I went to their research section, they simply linked to the Malik bibliography, and linked to another website with that same damn picture from Clues of the Murdered Homeopath mystery, a spilled bottle of no. 35 pellets strewn amongst cut daisies.

Every phony website on homeopathy has the same damn picture in it. It just shows how careless some people are, knocking things over!

The website in turn was asking for £5000 each for several projects, one which promised to look into the physico chemical processes of high dilutes. At this point what can they say that hasn’t already been said?

Top material scientists have concluded that, like magnetic tape, water stores its “memory” though its hydrogen bonded network (Chaplin).

And wait a minute, isn’t this the same topic I was talking about at the Cavendish?

Yes, and I . . I invited HAT!

And they want £5000  to THINK about what I was offering to explain to them a year ago, just a few miles down the road on the same day they were camped out in Cambridge?

By the way, the hydrogen bond theory for homeopathy has been around since the sixties (Barnard)

Hell, I gave everybody the answer FOR FREE!

Meanwhile, you have angry comedians off on a jihad against homeopathy. Funnyman Dara O’Briain’s fatwah against homeopaths says they should be hunted down by mobs, put in sacks,, and beaten with sticks . .  like they used to do with witches.

Can you imagine the doing that to Peter Fisher?

“What the heck, throw in Luc Montagnier, too! Anif we push, I think we can stuff Josepshon in there too!”

Everyone laughs! “OMG that’s funny. Please please, turn of the laughing gas, I’m suffocating here!”

“It’s only water,” he says, and everybody screams. “Stop stop, call 911! I’m having an OBE!”

Standing before large audiences in a navy blue jacket,  James “the Amazing” Randi struts back and forth on a high stage in front of a large audience. He is very serious. He profoundly  says homeopaths are criminals, frauds, their practice a scam.

Name one homeopath beside George Vithoulkas and me who has stood up to this prevaricating  bully.

Does anyone see what I’m saying? Instead of producing videos that they immediately yank from Youtube, why haven’t these homeopathy organizations throughout the world orchestrated a solicitation of malice law suit against his organition, the James Randi Educational Foundation (JREF?)

Why hasn’t an organization like HAT organized a  defamation law suit against JREF?

What hasn’t HAT  filed a tortious interference law suit against JREF, and similar organizations and their supporters long ago?

If you let them say things like that without publicly challenging them, then it looks like you accept it to be true.

It’s time to stop rolling over an go after these people who are trying to ruin us. Make them stop, shut them up.

Richard Adams, the wealthy founder of the Internet backbone, UUNET, and for years the treasurer of JREF, according to Randi put up one million dollars to taunt homeopaths with a challenge to prove homeopathy to Randi.

It is a phony offer. There is no million to prove homeopathy. It doesn’t matter if there is a million dollars in Guatemalan negotiable bonds hidden somewhere in a mayonaise jar, there no intent to give it to anyone to prove homeopathy. yet thi phony offer is what they use to actively defame us with.

It is more like a jelly bean guessing contest, managed only by Randi himself, in which he, like Boris Karloff in some medical horror epic,  is the sole arbiter.

Now why isn’t HAT going after something so transparent as that?  Why aren’t they shutting down an shutting up Adams, Randi, JREF and their chin-chuntering supporters with charges of malicious interference of trade?

WHy aren’t they asking the obvious questions, such as what connections does JREF have with the pharmaceutical industry?

How much have the pharmaceutical racketeers, who have been convicted in US court, put directly or indirectly into Adams and Randi’s pants?

The answer? In homeopathic jargon, “Mind, delusion, raptio, Stockholm syndrome, believes his captors.”

Homeopaths have come to sie with their accusers. At the first whiff of an indictment, their necks go stiff as their eyes glaze over.  In their heads, the curse of Hanuman, the Indian legend of the monkey who was hypnotized into forgetting his powers, is at work. It turns in their brains like a worm in its husk.

What a weird coincidence. Hanuman, the monkey who forgot how capable he was, had practically the same odd name as Hahnemann, the man who founded homeopathy eons later.

And how apropos.

Homeopaths, the world’s best physicians, the best workers of internal medicine and quantum psychiatry, these practitioners . . not of other- symptom-producing-allopathy, but real medicine,  curative medicine, quantum medicine designed not to extract money from its victims, but medicine designed to heal.

At every turn, at every allowance, homeopaths, individually and collectively, should at least be demanding why, from every skeptic who opens his mouth about it, why, if it’s so obviously criminal, why haven’t settlements been made in court?


Randi says “so sue me.” A better question is why hasn’t he sued us? If homeopathy is as flawed in the way he describes it, in his numerous lectures, jack-in-the-box epiphanies and videos made throughout the last decade, then where is the mass class action suit against homeopathy?

Why is he, the Skeptic’s Christ, and all the truth seekers at the James Randi Educational Foundation not leading the charge?

Why instead is he holding out his mendicant hand to the piddling, niggling crowd, bilking them of .50 worth of courage for 100 times the cost, and a subscription to his toilet paper, when he could be reaping millions in a lawsuit against the Evil Placeboists and their rattling panaceas?

Am I asking a question I can’t answer? Am I? Or is it obvious?

Can you find the key, hidden in the picture?

And me too. When I was in England last year they were meeting in Cambridge the same day I was lecturing there on the Supramolecular Chemistry of the Homeopathic Remedy at the Cavendish Laboratory, answering the questions of science with science before the crowned heads of physics at the world’s most prestigious science facility, where were they?

Was one of them there? No, of course not! They were outside the lecture hall with the skeptics picketing my lecture for having destroyed the placebo hypothesis!

I not only humbly invited them in, to attend the Cavendish, at my expense, with full security to protect them from hurled garbage, but I volunteered to go to them and give my lecture there . .

But “nope, sorry, we hate you Benneth.”

“How dare you,” one screamed at me. “Are you trying to make us go to work everyday and like the wogs, make our patients wait for treatment in long lines, without being able to blame our mistakes on figments of the imagination? If you manage to prove that these substances are real medicines with biological action, we’ll have to buy malpractice insurance and go to school to learn CPR!”

“If Benneth proves homeopathy is real, I may have to run that malaria clinic down in Uganda,” said another. “What will the Royal Family do?”

They were too busy dancing on the lawn, rwwing pictures on white boards on whiteboards and making videos with the sound muted . .

“Mind, delusion, thinks whiteboards are better than Power Point presentations.”

HAT has been taking their orders from the enemies of mankind because it suits them just fine.

well, tt’s time for them to go to work for humanity or stop and get out of the business.

HAT should be getting multi million dollar research grants instead of the chicken or fish at the banquet.

HAT should be supporting with hard cold cash the efforts of homeopath Carol Boyce’s videos of malaria clinics in Africa and leptospirosis epidemics in Cuba.

HAT should be laying out hard cold cash for the Homeopathy Works for Me video series, probably the greatest campaign ever mounted for homeopathy.

HAT should be on the front lines in the General Assemblies of the Occupation Movement, chiming in with chants of



And to the homeopathic community they should be saying:

Help us:




Mr. Treddinick, tear down this Homeopathic Action Trust!

Blessings, good health to the craft, and so mote it be,

John Benneth, Homeopath

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 Rules of Investigation:

1. You see it once you’ll see it again.

2. If you can’t find the answer you already got it.

3. All skeptic are liars.

FT. LAUDERDALE: The man who 12 years ago offered me $1,000,000 (one million dollars) to prove homeopathy (to him) ended up in court this week bailing out his longtime domestic partner on charges of life fraud, a 23 year long identity theft.

James “the Amazing” Randi is a career conjurer and debunker of extraordinary claims, a hero to a large following of atheists, local skeptics and amateur debunkers. His reputation as a ‘seeker of truth” turned hypocritical this week when in court he openly admitted that prior to the theft he knew the true identity of his homosexual lover, artist Deyvi Orangel Pena Arteaga.

NEW YORK: “He’s had my identity for 20  years,” the real Jose Alvarez said Friday, when reached by telephone in New York from Florida by the Sun  Sentinel. “Why is he stealing my identity? Is he illegal?”

Pena is a Venezuelan, better known as “Jose Alavarez” and before that known to Australian audiences as a phony psychic channeler going by the name of “Carlos.”

The Ft. Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel reports,

“Pena was arrested Sept. 8 at Randi’s Plantation home under the name “John Doe” and charged with passport fraud and identity theft. A Sun Sentinel investigation revealed Pena’s true identity earlier this week. The newspaper obtained the immigration visa he used in March 1984 to come to the United States from his native Venezuela to attend the Art Institute of Fort Lauderdale.”

The next question here is to what degree did Randi assist Pena in the theft of a New York man’s identity? The hoax was discovered when the real Jose Luis Alvarez, whose identity was stolen by Pena 23 years ago, applied for a passport. The story goes that Federal agents burst into his New York apartment to arrest him, but the real Alvarez was able to quickly corroborate his identity.

The next step was to cuff Pena and throw him in the Broward county slammer.


This is where the real dilemma began for Pena, for at the time his real identity had not yet been confessed. If he wasn’t Alvarez, who was he? To reveal his true identity would be an admission of guilt. The only way for him to be released on bond was for him to reveal his true identity.

Will Randi say that he didn’t know Pena’s identity as Alvarez wasn’t legal? Will he say that he just assumed that Pena had made a legal name change? Is there any evidence that Randi aided and abetted Pena in the identity theft? If so, will the prosecutors give Pena a break if he turns state’s evidence against Randi?

My concern is that the public, the majority of which appears to me to have stood behind Randi, will influence the prosecution to be ambivalent regarding Randi and not prosecute him for staging the whole thing!

Academia loves Randi. He has spoken in countless colleges and high schools. Youtube overflows with his videos.  He’s a recipient of the MacArthur Genius Award. He’s a founder of CSICOP, the psychic phenom defamation enterprise started by Paul Kurtz.  Randi’s authored books, audio tapes.

Randi is a can of worms. The involvement in the Pena fraud is not the first revelation of something not generally known about Randi’s character. Recently he came out of the closet regarding his homosexuality after watching Sean Penn’s “Milk.” I subsequently made a video about it that questioned whether or not there would be any thing else that we might like to know about Randi.

And there was, just as there have been and will be.


Prior to coming out, Randi has long been suspect of pederasty, the sodomization of boys, implied in phone recordings made when Randi lived in New Jersey back in the ’70’s, and in what appear to be redacted court affidavits that detail three separate incidences of sexual assaults on minors.

You see it once, you’ll see it again.

I PREDICT there will more explosions of yet unknown but suspected facts to come. The JREF truth and identity crisis has long been in the making and is not yet over.

James Randi is not the only name he has gone by either.

Expect to see outbursts from slathering Randi lovers Michael Shermer, Steven Novella, PZ Myers, Penn and Teller, Sir John Beddington, Paul Lee, Edzard Ernst, Phil Plaitt, DJ Grothe, David Gorski, Harriet Hall, Ray Hymen and a myriad of anonymous “skeptic” sock puppets.

For more information, see the Bolen Report.

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Now I know it doesn’t sound quite right. To some it may even sound pretty stupid. To others . . crazy. And yet still to others a fraudulent pitch, and to new, enlightened old souls the dangerous, cold truth.

There are certainly more sophisticated ways of saying it, but you must concede, none quite so tantalizing and none quite so succinct . . or true.

And when you really put y0ur nose into it, study it, think about it . . it makes perfect sense.

Diseases are radio transmissions.

There are different ways of saying it. I once got Skeptic magazine publisher Michael Shermer on the phone to ask him where he was getting the ridiculous crap he was publishing about homeopathy in the Skeptics Dictionary, and would he be interested in seeing what the material sciences were saying, and he agreed. But when I touched on the physico-chemical composition of the remedy, he fired back, “What is it?”

I knew what he was asking me, but to paraphase his question to be more explicit, he wanted to know what was the identifiable mechanism of the homeopathic remedy.

It’s a fair question, and supra to me I don’t know the homeopath who could answer it.

But what I fired back at him is “it’s radioactive.”

I think he spit his teeth out.

Now I know calling homeopathic remedies “radioactive” isn’t the best thing politically to say, but I’ll hang by it, committedly as well as Messianically.  The pro-homeopaths don’t want “radioactive” to be the answer, and the anti-homeopaths don’t want any answer at all, at least not one that makes sense.

But its not so tough to concede that matter is basically nothing more than  intermolecular forces, energy pretending to be intransigent. We know by our Geiger counters and beta scintillators that matter gives off a signal. What we don’t seem to know, or want to know, is that the material signal, its radioactivity, can be replicated with hydrogen bonded oxygen atoms to form liquid aqueous structures that replicate the matter from which they came, and which in turn projects a a unique eletromagnetic signal (radiation) representative of the matter from which the polymorphic aqueous structure.

This is a new biological model for medicine. It is a model that has been in the works now for 200 hundred years, and I’m so happy to be able to humbly unveil it for you here today.


The discussion of homeopathy has shown little recognition of the literature ’til now. But once encountered, only the self deluded can conclude that the effects of supramolecular medicine, as used in homeopathy, are purely psychogenic. (1)


This is a real word, not a misspelling of ‘supermolecular.’ It is not often seen . . yet. Supramolecular means “beyond the molecule,” any organized system of two or more molecules held together by intermolecular forces. Even homeopathy’s most strident critics must concede that the word supramolecular is definitive for the homeopathic remedy, as they are always talking about Avogadro’s Constant, where the intended solute has dropped out because the solution has gone beyond the molecular limit of dilution.

Supramolecular chemistry is the study of chemical systems made up of a discrete number of assembled molecular subunits or components. Hahnemann, as revealed in the quote towards the end of this article, knew that the mechanism of the remedy was essentially intramagnetic. He simply lacked more precise definitions at the time to describe it.  Putative science had to catch up.

So technically then, that’s what it is, that’s the description of the homeopathic remedy.  The next question pertaining to that then is, how do we know that a solution is supramolecular?

Can dilutions beyond Avogadro be physically identified?


A review of the material science literature relevant to homeopathy and the memory of water was co-authored in 2007 by four top American material scientists. They were led by one of the most decorated and respected scientists of our time, Prof. Rustum Roy of Penn State University (2)

Roy’s landmark paper asserts that the claim there is no difference in composition between a homeopathic remedy and the pure water used in it is “wholly incorrect.” (2)

Just as in law, in science the burden of proof is on the accuser, not the accused. Roy says “The burden of proof on critics of homeopathy is to establish that the structure of the processed remedy is not different from the original solvent (2).


Of course, critics can’t prove there is no difference because Roy proved there was (3).

In 2007 Witt released a landmark review of a more than half century of biochemical tests of homeopathy (4).

Critics have tried to dismiss this review through Witt’s statement that “No positive result was stable enough to be reproduced by all investigators.”

Critics always leave out the preceding statement, hoping no one will notice: “Even experiments with a high methodological standard could demonstrate an effect of high potencies.”


Consider for a moment, if the STABLE standard of effectiveness critics howl for homeopathy were demanded of allopathic drugs, there wouldn’t be any!

Where are these strident critics of homeopathy when daily we hear of untested allopathic drugs causing death and harm?

This is why homeopathics are U.S. FDA approved and accepted by the U.K.’s NHS.


But wait, there’s more! In 2009 the pseudo scientists were set back on their heels with a stunning blow from one of the world’s highest medical authorities when an odd study was released by a Nobel laureate virologist (5)

Luc Montagnier’s extraordinary work claimed that substances of the type use in homeopathy, bassed on what seemed to be nothing more than pure water were actually physically identifiable and emitted a seemingly impossible electromagnetic (EM) signal starting at 1 kH. Even more startling, this strange water was able to form similar liquid aqueous structures mimicking bacterial DNA that were inadvertently transmitted, like radio, without physical contact, to SEPARATE CONTAINERS of water!

If you throw this on top of the materia media, it makes a pretty big heap of evidence for the biological action of the remedy.

This will take some time for the world to assimilate. It confirms what immunologist and homeopathy investigator Jacques Benveniste announced in his notorious lecture at the Cavendish where he announced the EM paradigm for disease (6).

Benveniste/Montagnier conclusion: DISEASES ARE RADIO TRANSMISSIONS

The 21st century handwriting is written on the monitor. There is now no turning back for science from the new evidence for homeopathy.


Roy, for example, defers to Prof. Martin Chaplin of London Southbank University as “the guru of water.” In his June 2010 article on the memory of water, Prof. Chaplin writes, “Water does store and transmit information, concerning solutes, by means of its hydrogen-bonded network.” (6)

This is the most important statement of our age, relevant to medicine.


Polymorphic structural and electromagnetic evidence for the action of high dilutes in the 21st century bears witness to similar concordant speculations by the founder of homoeopathy in the 19th:

“The steel needle itself becomes magnetic, even at a distance when the magnet does not touch it, and magnetizes other steel needles with the same magnetic property (dynamically) with which it had been endowed previously by the magnetic rod, just as a child with small pox or measles communicates to a near, untouched healthy child in an invisible manner (dynamically) the small pox or measles, that is, infects at a distance without anything material from the infective child going or capable of going to the one to be infected. Purely specific, conceptual influences from one child to another small pox or measles works in the same way the magnet communicates to a nearby needle its magnetic properties. (8)


If homeopathy is a delusion, then it is a grand one tricking governments and countless medical doctors and their patients alike. If it is not, and most assuredly it is not, then the delusion belongs to its critics!

(If you can’t accept this you have a serious problem with cognitive dissonance.)


The evidence all leads down the same old dusty corridor to the assizes: If a case could be made for homeopathy being fraud, it would have been made in courts of law long ago.

Now, with new support from the material sciences, the case for ending the practice of homeopathy is dead.

Now, with search engines and PUBMED, the evidence is perspicuous.


The card house of traditional overdosing with synthetic chemicals by allopathic “medical” dinosaurs is collapsing under the increasing gravity of supramolecular EM medicine.

Say goodbye to the old chemo-medical paradigm. Say hello to the new curative medicine: Homeopathy.

The John Benneth Journal, October 14th, 2011.

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1. DEMANGEAT: Evidence for an air-dependent supramolecular organization of water Jean-Louis Demangeat – 16/11/2009 http://www.guna.it/news.php?id=311
2. ROY Materials Research Innovations 9-4: The Structure Of Liquid Water; Novel Insights From Materials Research; Potential Relevance To Homeopathy

3.) ROY AUDIO/PP How Homeopathy Works http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YU5ukds8G8o&feature=channel_video_title
4.) WITT: Complementary Therapies in Medicine (2007) 15, 128–138 The in vitro evidence for an effect of high homeopathic potencies – A systematic review of the literature
5.) MONTAGNIER: Interdiscip Sci Comput Life Sci (2009) 1: 81-90 Electromagnetic Signals Are Produced by Aqueous Nanostructures Derived from Bacterial DNA Sequences https://commerce.metapress.com/content/0557v31188m3766x/resource-secured/?target=fulltext.pdf&sid=byqfa245i3bq5t554jwzsd45&sh=www.springerlink.com

6.) BENVENISTE: March 10, 1999, video of Jacques Benveniste Cavendish lecture Electromagnetically Activated Water and the Puzzle of the Biological Signal. http://sms.cam.ac.uk/media/871684
7.) CHAPLIN: Memory of Water, http://www.lsbu.ac.uk/water/memory.html
8.) HAHNEMANN; The Organon of Medicine, 6th edition, Aphorism 11. http://medicinegarden.com/homeopathy/Aphorism_11.htm

MALICE: Hate campaign against homeopathy

Homeopath, author, supplier of books and remedies Dana Ullman, (The Homeopathic Revolution) one of our best advocates of homeopathy, has written another great column for the Huffington Post, Disinfomation on Homeopathy: Two Leading Sources.

This time, amongst other things, Ullman hits on a topic I have been personally involved in with two people I have had some intense dealings with over homeopathy: Stage magician and professional homeopathy antagonist James “the Amazing” Randi, and Nobel laureate and physics Professor Brian Josephson of the Cavendish Laboratory.
I first became acquainted with both men back in 1999 when I applied for the magician’s, to date, phony Million Dollar Challenge (MDC) offer to prove homeopathy.

After a notarized application and months of “negotiations,” which were really nothing more than stalls, Randi stated he was dropping my application for another he said was made jointly by Prof. Josephson and Jacques Benveniste. [Click here to watch Jacques Benveniste’s lecture at the Cavendish, “Electromagnetically Activated Water and the Puzzle of the Biological Signal.”]

A query to Prof. Josephson revealed that they had not applied for the MDC, as Randi had claimed. Neither Benveniste or Josephson wanted anything to do with it. It was merely wishful thinking on Randi’s part, or a dodge. I had the proof and it was going to cost him a million bucks for me to show it to him on a level playing field.
As it turns out, no matter how many times Randi has reworded his “Challenge,” it always ends up being the same:

You have to prove it to him, you have to prove it to Randi. Who is dumb enough to think that Randi is going to pay $1,000,000 to someone to prove him wrong after years of calling it criminal fraud? You couldn’t prove to him that the sky is ever blue or that shit doesn’t taste good, not when he’s got  a million dollars riding on it!

Isn’t Randi  the one who’s always crying ab0ut “critical thinking,” “random-controlled double-blind trials,” “publication bias,” “scams,” “how scientists can be fooled,” and then, when faced with his own platinum jewel- studded standard, he does his vanishing act. Where’s Randi? He’s offered a million dollars for Walgreen’s to prove homeopathy to him, and what am I, chopped liver? WHat do I need to do to get him to return a phone call, change my name to Justin Bieber and speak in falsetto?

It’s an old fashioned greased pole contest! “A million bucks to anyone who can shimmy up this here wooden pole.”

Looks e-z2du!

What you don’t know is that the pole is greased, and if you come back with professional pole climbing gear he accuses you of trying to cheat and yanks the offer. This is Randiland, Fantasy World of Science Magic.  Randi’s the judge, jury and executioner of the award. If this isn’t so, then the Challenge to Randi is to put my 12 year old claim to the test once and for all.

Proof that my claim on Randi’s greenstamps was widely recognized is that the BBC emailed me, begging for permission to jump my claim before they could conspire to  produce  their flop. 

In case you haven’t got it,  the point to this is, Randi’s Challenge isn’t science: It’s a stunt.

This is proof that Randi and his posse of pseudo scientists are simply gaming everyone’s ignorance to solicit malice for an effective and legal medical practice. It gives them an excuse to call it “fraud”, “a scam” and “criminal.”

Read Dana Ullman’s excellent Huff Post article to see how Randi produced phony “replications” of biochemical tests of homeopathy that failed for TV cameras after the Benveniste experiment was reproduced by European scientists in a multi-centered trial.

The BBC crocumentary was built around an Irish chemistry professor who participated in the multi-centered test and found that the supramoleculars used in homeopathic remedies had biochemical effects. Watch it and ask yourself the question, why aren’t these people watching her repeat the test? How can they expect a reasonable outcome with inexperienced person trying to replicate it it?

Randi had to discredit this test, and so they “idiopathicized” it as much as they could, what they must do with all succesful homeopathy experiments . . make it seem like it’s the only one ever done and that it has no ties whatsoever to science, to logic or to medicine,  or to any other evidence at all, when in fact it always does. Not only are these biochemical tests replicable, they are also explainable chemically as supramolecular substances, meaning their action is  found in the specific, unique signal particular to each remedy. The action,or mechanism of homeopathic remedies is electromagnetic, and these indies can be now be detected.

Now get this: Ennis’ work has not only been replicated, the in vitro tests she and others did showing biochemical action of high dilutes were themselves replications of numerous tests done previously, such as those by Jacques Benveniste, and even his tests were replications of previous tests by other scientists, such as Poitevin!

Between 1984 and 2007, the basophil degranulation test, was replicated 24 times and published in Nature TWICE, by Benveniste and by Hirst!

Now get this: Hirst shows, as unbelievable as it may seem, that there was a significant biochemical effect demonstrated by homeopathic high dilutes, even though Hirst et al still could not believe their own results!

Read Italo Vecchi’s report of Hirst’s testing at weirdtech.com, and Prof. Martin Chaplin’s view of it in his Homeopathy article at the LSBU.edu Water Structure website.

Benveniste’s original results, although dismissed by “skeptics,”  Chaplin writes  “were, however, confirmed in a blinded study by the statistician Alfred Spira  and also in a rather bizarre Nature paper purporting to prove the opposite.” !!!

Don’t take my word for it. Do a little digging. INVESTIGATE! Don’t just take it from a guy living off the interest of $1M, see for yourself what the experts say. Homeopathic remedies are real medicine that have helped a steadily growing number of people who have been afflicted with serious, life threatening diseases.

For more comprehensive information about the biochemical testing of high dilutes, Google Witt, “The in vitro evidence for an effect of high homeopathic potencies—–A systematic review of the literature.”

The Witt PDF is available here online.

You will see that not only have there been numerous replications of the trial Benveniste was crucified for, but that there have been other biochemical tests of high dilutes/supramoleculars as used in homeopathy. Benveniste was crucified by the medico-industrial complex as a warning to all other scientists: Do not attempt to do what this man has done . . or we will put you out of business or have you fired from your job,  and you will never work again!

Their threats did not stop the man who won the Nobel prize for discovering AIDS, virologist Luc Montagnier from investigating what Benveniste had discovered . . and he in turn produced one of the most remarkable tests of  homeopathy ever produced, a huge medical discovery: Electromagnetic Signals Are Produced by Aqueous Nanostructures Derived from Bacterial DNA Sequences.

What is so remarkable about the Montagnier study is that it goes beyond simply validating homeopathy. It shows five different things about the supramolecular sustances used in homeopathic remedies.

It shows evidence for polymorphic structuring of these susbtances; it shows they emit a detectable signal beginning at 1 Hz; it shows the signal causes aqueous replication in non contiguous water, i.e. in another test tube; it shows the signal is generated  by the Schumann resonance (the Earth’s backgr0und radiation) and it shows that water can replicate solutes that pass through it.

If that isn’t enough to put the scientific world into a state of shock, here’s a bonus item, a trial that was done after Witt, by Sainte Laudy: Inhibition of basophil activation by histamine: a sensitive and reproducible model for the study of the biological activity of high dilutions. Click here to see that report.

As all pre-clincial tests such as Montagnier’s and Sainte Laudy can do, the Witt review clearly shows that these substances, without one molecule left of the originally intended substance in them, do indeed have biochemical . . and thereby biological effects! This doesn’t include tests on plants and animals, experiments anyone can easily do to see the impossible action of high dilute supramoleculars!

Matched with popular use and legal support of these substances by the courts and government, the scientific reports mentioned here and many others not, this is what makes up what is undeniable proof for the amazing effectiveness of homeopathy. Once you’ve seen this proof, the reason for the extreme malice for it begins to sharpen.

This  is why they hate it: Homeopathy is a huge threat to the medico-industrial complex. Homeopathy is curative medicine. It is the only comprehensive, systematic curative medicine of its kind  on the planet.

It doesn’t make addicts and debt slaves of its customers. It doesn’t make them dependent on it. Most people who are smart enough to use homeopathy are smart enough not to get sick. So, as you may surmise, it is not a big money making business.

Unlike the usual medicine,  it doesn’t keep you coming back.

This is why I offer a free consultation to anyone with any problem. I want you to know that there’s an alternative to the crappy drama being portrayed as medicine you’re getting now. Homeopathy is superior medicine, superior to what you’re getting now at a fraction of the cost!

Don’t let the health scare system destroy you. Put homeopathy to the test. Experience it for yourelf. See if it works. And then when you’ve been cured, make a video telling the world “Homeopathy Works for Me!

Do not deny yourself of this opportunity. Try homeopathy. It works.

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Supermodels reveal fashion secret: “HOMEOPATHY MADE ME BEAUTIFUL!”

Supermodels vs. superskeptics: “Homeopathy made me beautiful” and “It’s all in your mind!”

Supermodels Gisele Bundchen, Heidi Klum, Kate Moss, Adriana Lima, Doutzen Kroes, Alessandra Ambrosio, Natalia Vodianova, Daria Werbowy, Miranda Kerr, Carolyn are all now suspects in what super skeptics such as James “the Amazing” Randi, Edzard Ernst, Ben Goldacre, Steven Novella, David Colquhoun say is one of the biggest scams of time! HOMEOPATHY!

DATELINE NEW YORK: The fashion world is all abuzz with this correspondent in reports from the runway that homeopathy makes you beautiful. According to the New York Times, after traveling and working hard, New York fashion designer Phillip Lim was getting a bit puffy, so he tried out a secret remedy that had escaped the runway: Homeopathic Arnica Montana.


“I heard of models and other designers taking Arnica before big events or photo shoots, so I thought I’d try it out,” he said. The newspaper reported Mr. Lim tried a three-day oral regimen of arnica. He was pleased with the results. “I did feel like my skin glowed afterwards,” he reportedly said.

International models say, HOMEOPATHY MADE THEM BEAUTIFUL

But does it really work? Or is it all in our minds? According to TOP NEWS, Arnica Montana adds “a special element of attraction to personalities, flushing out impurities and embedding freshness in the skin.” They say the use of homeopathy in the fashion world appears to be so successful that it is said “the fashion industry has had no option but to accept it with open arms.”

But according to skeptics, it just can’t work because they know of no chemistry by which it can work. They say what homeopaths purvey as “Arnica” doesn’t have any detectable Arnica in it at all!

James Randi, a 5’4” 85 year old bald stage magician is very angry.

“These are swindlers liars, cheats, frauds, fakes, criminals,” he says in a Youtube video rant.

“Come on, sue me!” he yells.

He looks at his shoes. “No they won’t sue me, they know damn well their case won’t stand up in a court of law! It doesn’t stand up in science at all, it falls apart, and they say ‘but we’ve got these affidavits,’” he pauses, chuckles and goes off the rails with a strange non sequitor.

Affidavits? What’s he talking about?

“Yeah,” he says, “and Nixon said he didn’t now about Watergate . . and he was the President of the United States! Now am I understandably angry about this thing? Have I got a good cause to be angry?”

“Not really,” says John Benneth, homeopath. “Actually the opposite is the truth. If what he said was true, then he’d be suing us, and winning.”

[Modern instrumentation has not only identified the active ingredient in ultra diluted homeopathic remedies, it has led to how it’s created, reported in 2018 entries of this journal as an expanding electrolyte created by molecular dissociation] – jb 8/7/18

At the end of the video the entertainer makes a rambling pitch for his “educational” foundation in Ft, Lauderdale: “To run this foundation in Florida and try to attract people to it so they subscribe to the foundation and help to support us.” He starts to mumble, “ .  . what I’m shamelessly doing for you right now . . if you want to do it on a more local level . .”

Excuse me while I wipe away a tear.

Contrary to what Randi says, people who have made an in depth study of homeopathy say you don’t have to know how it works to know that it does.

At the New York Fashion Week, the homeopathic remedy was reportedly used topically by models as a gel to cure puffiness and get an instant glow. Some report they have also used it orally.

Lim says, ““It’s supposed to slim you down because it flushes you out. And it clears up your skin.”

But one manufacturer of an Arnica based skin cream says too much too often may be harmful. Despite her use of Arnica in a topical product, Dr. Alexiades-Armenakas remains concerned about long-term oral use.

“I would be O.K. if they did it for a few days for a photo shoot once a month,” she said of those who take it orally. “But if they’re having a photo shoot every week, and they’re regularly on it, I would be very worried. Especially for models, they’re very thin, and it’s easier to get toxicity.”

The NY Times reports that in online homeopathy forums Arnica oil has also been touted as a remedy for alopecia, or hair loss. Others reported that it clears up skin inflammations. Nelsons Pure and Clear Acne Gel lists Arnica as one of four active ingredients. In an Elle magazine interview, the model Gisele Bundchen touted Nelson’s gel as a gentle way to clear up blemishes.

As a homeopath I am interested in Arnica for deeper things than as just a superficial beauty aid, but as an internal beauty aid as well . . for what it does to the human Spirit. I have seen it happen with my clients. A kind of beauty comes over them. They seem happier.

Arnica serves as a wonderful introduction to homeopathy. It is the most popular homeopathic remedy sold.

Since ancient times Arnica, which is made from a yellow mountain daisy, has been a chief vulnerary, i.e. healer of wounds. Homeopaths have long recognized it as a “traumatic” par excellence.

According to the N.Y. Times, orthopedic surgeons prescribe arnica; dermatologists recommend it after plastic surgery and after injections of Botox and Restylane.

When the fashion designer Diane Von Furstenberg was injured in a ski accident in January, during her recovery she tweeted, “Arnica gel is the best thing you can do for bruises. … I cannot say it enough …,”

One of the odd indicators that Arnica is needed as a remedy for an illness is “coldness of the nose.” For example, John Clarke, MD, notes a case of facial neuralgia on the left side, the face swollen, dark red, very painful to touch. He writes it was cured with Arnica, the guiding symptom being “cold nose.”

A warning here: Arnica is often used topically for wounds, but it should not be used directly on broken skin. If it must be used as an ointment, it should be applied to the part that is not injured. This may seem counterintuitive, but there are many things about homeopathy that do not make sense to those who have not studied it.

Here are clinical conditions listed by Clarke which indicates treatment with an oral dose of homeopathic Arnica is neeeded:

“Abscess. Apoplexy. Back, pains in. Baldness. Bed-sores. Black-eye. Boils. Brain, affections of. Breath, fetid. Bronchitis. Bruises. Carbuncle. Chest, affections of. Chorea. Corns. Cramp. Diabetes. Diarrhœa. Dysentery. Ecchymosis. Excoriations. Exhaustion. Eyes, affections of. Feet, sore. Hæmatemesis. Hæmaturia. Headache. Heart, affections of. Impotence. Labour. Lumbago. Meningitis. Mental alienation. Miscarriage. Nipples, sore. Nose, affections of. Paralysis. Pelvic hæmatocele. Pleurodynia. Purpura. Pyæmia. Rheumatism. Splenalgia. Sprain. Stings. Suppuration. Taste, disorders of. Thirst. Traumatic fever. Tumours. Voice, affections of. Whooping-cough. Wounds. Yawning.”

Before taking Arnica for any condition, consult your homeopath!

There are also mental indications which suggest Arnica’s use broadly in quantum psychiatry as a pre-emptive strike on pandemic mental conditions.

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Response to my detractors: Why ad hominem?

Hue said 13 hours ago:

Why do almost all your answers contain ad Hominem responses?
You have a number of people who have repeatedly explained why the study is poor, and why your conclusions can not be reasonably be obtained from them – yet, you consistently skip acknowledging any criticism and make irrelevant appeals without ever providing a solid answer?
Are you deliberately ignoring criticism?


Dear Hue,

You know, it always starts out the same way. You guys say, “oh there’s no evidence for homeopathy. Homeopathy is a scam, it’s crap, it’s a placebo, it doesn’t work, you’re a horrible person. Show me one peer reviewed trial in a respected medical journal . . and you can’t do it.”

Then when I do, its always, “oh this is a poor study.” Really? Where’s your double blind RCT that proves its a placebo? And what’s a placebo? You can’t even form a reasonable question about it. isn’t the first question whether or not these substances have biologial effects? No, you’re too busy flinging ad hominems to ask ad rem questions.

You’re too busy making up your own answers.

What happened to the “no evidence” charge? Now it’s gone from “no evidence” to “bad evdience.” You can’t even get your terms straight much less explainhowit is that despite your ongoing resitance to it, it’s use is becoming widespread. The Cubans used it to stop a mass epidemic, people line up for it by the hundreds in India, it’s used to treat malaria an AIDS in Africa, and do you really think MD Anderson is the first to use it to treat cancer?

Wrong, Einstein!

It’s been used for over a century to treat cancer by people who haven’t bought into the line of poison you push. Can you tell us what the survival rate is for chemotherapy? Did you hear Michelle Bachman complain about Rick Perry’s use of some phony “cancer vaccine?”

Where was the testing for that, Governor Perry?

Have you seen or read what Avastin does does to people? Where were the tests for that, PZ Myers?

Did you know that Pfizer, the world’s largest mfg. of phamaceuticals has been repeatedly convicted of fraud, bribery and racketeering for pushing untested drugs that killed countless people? And you’re crying to me about what you want to believe is a poor study that supports the use of an economical and amazingly effective medicine that competes with the $100,000 a pop crap you buy?

What is wrong with Hue, Edzard Ernst?

It’s very simple why you perceive almost all of my answers to contain ad hominems. The reason for this is because it’s an ad hominem argument to begin with. You’re not at a level of reasoning yet to implement ad rem, arguments to the point.

Allow me to make the study you’re referring to an illustration.

You say a number of people have explained why the study is poor. This isn’t necessarily true. Simply stating it to be so isn’t proof of it. You do nothing more than reference your own stupid opinion.

Dismissing the evidence on the basis of an anonymous opinion that simply says it’s poor, is not evidence that it’s poor. That’s an ad hominem argument. And this is typical of thinking that disguises itself as “skepticism.” It’s 99% pervasive among the skeptic “community.. It’s necessary to hold the opinions you hold.

In the scientific analysis, ad hominem is the ONLY argument left against homeopathy, and after the evidence for homeoapthy has been presented, ad hominem is the ONLY response left. I have never heard ANYONE ever apply global standards about the use of ad hominem in the discussion of this subject. If you read through the comments I get here, even though I now weed out the completely ad hominem, most of them, every comment against homeopathy ALWAYS contains a tint of it, and I’ve had people write some incredibly mean things to me. I’ve been called a murderer, a con man, a dupe, a fool, a fraud, a snakeoil salesman, etc.

Randi says what I am doing is criminal. He has publicly called me “this idiot Benneth . .” while complaining about one of my videos. Ad hominem is all I GET from the anti homeopathy crowd, even arguments that appear as ad rem are always tinged with the “stupid crazy liar” motif. Yet I have NEVER heard any of you defenders of polite discussion ever stand up and say to your own, “hey, that’s ad hominem,” because as soon as you do, the delusion you’re harboring evaporates. Ad hominem is what keeps your delusion that homeopathy isn’t real, intact in your mind. As soon as you see the ad hominem in your argument, it falls apart.

The only way for the uninformed to engage in a discussion of a subject which they have only putative awareness of is to simply brand themselves “skeptics” and “critical thinkers” and start flinging insults.

These people, for the same reason, are ALWAYS ATHEISTS. They always have to be labelled something in their own minds in order to participate, and the only way to talk about the subject is through ad hominem, to turn it into a character assassination of the reporter. Its a bad comment on atheism. But God lets it pass, because God prefers atheists.

You don’t seem to realize that top material scientists have destroyed the arguments against homeopathy and the amnesia of water. Read the work of Rustum Roy, read who he is and who he has worked with in the study of homeopathy.

I have repeatedly asked critics and crybabies, like yourself, to give me the global standards for these studies they are criticizing and NO ONE, in the hundreds of responses, has ever been able to do it, even though global standards exist, not only for science experimentation in general, not only for medical studies in general, but for studies of the action of the homeopathic substances in question . . high dilutes . . in particular.

For the umpteenth time, look at the Witt review for high dilutes “The in vitro evidence for an effect of high homeopathic potencies–a systematic review of the literature.”

Witt is an example of what I’m talking about. Witt names eight criteria for judging studies of the in vitro action of high dilutes . . test tube experiments. Nothing could be more objective than this. Yet I have NEVER read one of you critics EVER mention the Witt review without me first being bringing it to the table, because it sets global standards for judging homeopathic trials.

Global standards are always the enemy of pseudoskeptics like yourself, who in solipsism judge the world by local standards. Knowing what the outcome is you’re seeking, you have to ignore the evidence contrary to it, eventually leaving you with nothing to attack but the reporter.

The Witt review is only one example of the ad rem proofs for homeopathy. Read what some of the world’s top material scientists have to say about it, people like Conte, Chaplin, Roy, Tiller, Montagnier, BellJosephson, Benveniste,  Demangeat, Ennis  none of these scientists were homeopaths prior to their investigations  and with the exception of Dr. Conte and Dr. Benveniste, all have been affiliated with universities, all highly respected scientists . . at least they WERE respected until they suddenly started asking questions an coming up with answers that didn’t fit into your box!

Now, instead of projecting your own ignorance of this subject on to others, I suggest you sit down and have a little talk with yourself about what it is you’re really doing, and then come back here and say, “John Benneth, I’m really sorry for having thought this way about you and homeopathy. Please tell me what I can do to help bring this amazing form of medicine to more people.”

John Benneth, Homeopath

Homeopathy, the Religion

Science and Health with Key to the Materia Medica,
by John Robert Benneth

Hahnemann, the founder of homeopathy, saw the connection between Mesmerism, spiritual healing and homeopathy.

This may come as a surprise to many.  It may be troubling to some, revelatory to others, but in the United States, homeopathy is regarded, in at least one state, as a religious practice exempt from laws normal regulatory laws.

This is a difficult subject to write about, hard to articulate . It isn’t to destroy Christian Science, it’s here to enlighten it as there are some conundrums which need unravelling.

I don’t know about other states, but in  Oregon, homeopathy is defined as a spiritual practice and therefore has an exemption from regulation or restriction by rules that would normally restrict the use of homeopathic drugs to naturopaths and other physicians.

Here is the wording:

ORS 685.010 Definitions. As used in this chapter: “Drugs” includes: (a) Substances recognized as drugs in the official Homeopathic Pharmacopoeia of the United States

ORS 685.030 Application of Chapter 685 — Naturopaths 2009 EDITION

(2) “Drugs” includes:

(a) Substances recognized as drugs in the official United States Pharmacopoeia, official National Formulary, official Homeopathic Pharmacopoeia of the United States, other drug compendium or any supplement to any of them;
(1) This chapter does not apply to any Christian Scientist or other person who by religious or spiritual means endeavors to prevent or cure disease or suffering in accord with the tenets of any church.

It could be argued that homeopathy cannot be construed as religious or spiritual healing. The response to that  is that it certainly can be regarded as such, as the official Homeopathic Pharmacopoeia of the United States is only a compendium of labelled intentionsnot a chemical or physical identification of such. Allopathic pharmacopoeia are catalogs of patent medicines, they can be identified chemically, wehreas homeopathic, or perjhaps more technically, supramolecular medicines to date have no such convention.

The Oregon statute specifically names it and Christian Science in its seminal religiouis text “Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures specifically describes the use of homeopathy as spiritual. The religion of homeopathy is Christian Science, a late 19th century religion known for its spiritual healing,  inspired and founded by Mary Baker Eddy, a practicing homeopath who was married to a homeopath, Dr. Daniel Patterson, and had an adopted son who was also a homeopath, Dr. Ebenezer Foster Eddy.

At one time, Foster-Eddy, who was adopted by Mrs. Eddy at the age of 41, the same age at which Mrs. Eddy had her transformative healing, became the second most powerful figure in the church.

She studied under the renowned American Mesrmerist and spiritual healer, Phineas Quimby.

She discusses homeopathy in the Christian Science text book, describing it as a form of spiritually curative medicine that demonstrates the principles of spiritual healing.

Mary Baker Eddy establishes homeopathy as a spiritual practice.

In Science and Health she describes how homeopathy demonstrates spiritual healing. In the church manual  cases of serious diseases treated with homeopathy are discussed. The homeopathic remedies used to successfully treat them with are named. Procedures and processes particular to homoeopathy, such as homeopathic aggravation, the use of placebos, the use of mental symptoms in diagnosis of disease, the absence of the intended orthomolecular matter in homeopathic remedies, how potency increases with dilution are taught. The homeopathic materia medica used as a reference book is Jahr.

The use of similars in homeopathy, the effects of homeopathic remedies on the mind and how homeopathy provides for an understanding of spiritual healing is explained in Christian Science.

Homeopathy is the inspiration of Christian Science.

The religion is explicitly free from Oregon laws regulating the practice of homeopathy.

The founder was was well steeped in it. Mrs. Eddy’s first husband, Dr. Daniel Patterson, was a homeopath. The church manual, Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures by Mary Baker Eddy, gives examples of cases cured by her and the remedies she used to cure them with.

Collecting the references from her book of revelations, one can see that homoeopathy is what she took to be evidence of the power of mind over matter, that healing is essentially spiritual.

Science and Health says of Mrs. Eddy,

“Her experiments in homoeopathy had made her skeptical as to material curative methods. Jahr, from Aconitum to Zincum oxydatum, enumerates the general symptoms, the characteristic signs, which demand different remedies; but the drug is frequently attenuated to such a degree that not a vestige of it remains. Thus we learn that it is not the drug which expels the disease or changes one of the symptoms of disease.”  Eddy, Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures, 

Eddy explicitly credits homoeopathy for making her skeptical of allopathy in the use of material methods to heal. She mentions one of Hahnemann’s closest disciples, Georg Jahr, as her reference work in homoeopathy, and states that not a vestige of a drug remains in a homeopathic remedy.

This can be taken to mean that none of the original intended matter is left in the homeopathic solution.

She writes,

“The author has attenuated Natrum muriaticum (common table-salt) until there was not a single saline property left. The salt had “lost his savour;” and yet, with one drop of that attenuation in a goblet of water, and a teaspoonful of the water administered at intervals of three hours, she has cured a patient sinking in the last stage of typhoid fever. The highest attenuation of homoeopathy and the most potent rises above matter into mind.

“This discovery leads to more light. From it may be learned that either human faith or the divine Mind is the healer and that there is no efficacy in a drug.

“You say a boil is painful; but that is impossible, for matter without mind is not painful.
The boil simply manifests, through inflammation and swelling, a belief in pain, and this belief is called a boil. Now administer mentally to your patient a high attenuation of truth, and it will soon cure the boil. The fact that pain cannot exist where there is no mortal mind to feel it is a proof that this so-called mind makes its own pain — that is, its own belief in pain.”

“Homoeopathy diminishes the drug, but the potency of the medicine increases as the drug disappears.”

She then presents rhetorical questions, questions not easily answered.

“Vegetarianism, homoeopathy, and hydropathy have diminished drugging; but if drugs are an antidote to disease, why lessen the antidote? If drugs are good things, is it safe to say that the less in quantity you have of them the better? If drugs possess intrinsic virtues or intelligent curative qualities, these qualities must be mental. Who named drugs, and what made them good or bad for mortals, beneficial or injurious?

A Terrible Case

“A case of dropsy, given up by the faculty, fell into my hands. It was a terrible case. Tapping had been employed, and yet, as she lay in her bed, the patient looked like a barrel. I prescribed the fourth attenuation of Argentum nitratum with occasional doses of a high attenuation of Sulphuris. She improved perceptibly. Believing then somewhat in the ordinary theories of medical practice, and learning that her former physician had prescribed these remedies, I began to fear an aggravation of symptoms from their prolonged use, and told the patient so; but she was unwilling to give up the medicine while she was recovering. It then occurred to me to give her unmedicated pellets and watch the result. I did so, and she continued to gain. Finally she said that she would give up her medicine for one day, and risk the effects. After trying this, she informed me that she could get along two days without globules; but on the third day she again suffered, and was relieved by taking them. She went on in this way, taking the unmedicated pellets, — and receiving occasional visits from me, — but employing no other means, and she was cured.

Chapter Six, Science, Theology and Medicine, S&H, p. 156

In the next paragraph, Mrs. Eddy presents homeopathy as the preceding step to metaphysics.

“Metaphysics, as taught in Christian Science, is the next stately step beyond homoeopathy. In metaphysics, matter disappears from the remedy entirely, and Mind takes its rightful and supreme place. Homoeopathy takes mental symptoms largely into consideration in its diagnosis of disease. Christian Science deals wholly with the mental cause in judging and destroying disease. It succeeds where homoeopathy fails, solely because its one recognized Principle of healing is Mind, and the whole force of the mental element is employed through the Science of Mind, which never shares its rights with inanimate matter.

Mrs. Eddy is presenting the argument here that homeopathy is the learned progression of metaphysics. Modern science is now discovering the physical mechanisms of homeopathy and are describing them in scientific terms similar to metaphysical terms.

Amongst other meanings meta means “beyond. ” Recently the description of the operative mechanism of homeopathy has been identified as “supramolecular” (Demangeat, Montagnier, Roy). Supra also means beyond, referring to intermolecular forces.

Professor Rustum Roy, the late professor emeritus of the material sciences at Pennsylvania State University, and one of the world’s most decorated and highly respected scientists, has made a particular point of addressing the role structure plays in giving matter its particular qualities: The same material element can have entirely different properties due to the arrangement of its molecules. His prime example is a diamond, one of the hardest elements, and graphite, one of the softest; yet both substances are made of pure Carbon.

Roy uses this example to illustrate the polymorphic qualities of homeoapthic remedies, which are made with water.

He talks about how a mere refrigerator magnet can change the pH of water.

ROY: “What got me interested in this field,” says Roy, referring to a Power Point slide of Raman spectroscopy, showing the psychokinetic effects of Dr. Yan Xin, a physician of the Chinese Traditional Medicine Research Institute of Chongqing, China on the pH of water at a distance (http://www.v-j-enterprises.com/yanxin.html), “was this particular figure. This is the Qi Gong master Yan Xin, who I know rather well. He was a personal physician to Deng Tsao Peng, the Prime Minister of China for many, many years, he was changing the water from seven kilometers, or even 2,000 kilometers, 6,000 kilometers away, San Fransisco to Beijing. And so look at the difference now between the left and the top and the bottom left. Is that a change or what in the Raman signal . . I should, Holy Cow, either this guy is drawing them in and making them up, but the person doing this was the head of the physics dept at Singh Hwa.”

CALLER: “He is changing the water by sending qi energy?”

ROY: He is sending qi energy from a distance. He first did it at seven kilometers away, and never in the same room, and then he did it cross town, San Fran to Beijing, and so on, so it is really . . I want to go into more detail, so is water that changeable, intention, these are relatively weak vectors, if you could do that, now I don’t know, I just assume that nobody’s cheating here, and I said that is certainly very interesting.”
How Homeopathy Works, video, 43:30, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YU5ukds8G8o

“What is very fascinating with Dr. Yan Xin’s work, is that he is using modern scientific methods and tools to prove (to the Western mind) that the focusing of chi onto substance such as DNA can be measured. Besides conducting studies, he has given Chi-Emitting Lectures to millions of people. In these lectures, he sends out healing energy to the audience, in which people may be healed of an affliction, and he teaches them a form of meditation in which they can learn to heal themselves.” http://www.v-j-enterprises.com/yanxin.html

Marry Baker Eddy writes,

“Homoeopathy mentalizes a drug with such repetition of thought-attenuations, that the drug becomes more like the human mind than the substratum of this so-called mind, which we call matter; and the drug’s power of action is proportionately increased.”

In 1896, psychologist Frank H. Randall, in his book “Mesmerism, Hypnotism and Thought Reading,” writes on how to magnetize water. It is strangely resonant with what Roy observes of Yan Xin’s ability to restructure water psychokinetically:

“How to magnetise water: Procure a tumbler fresh water, hold it in the palm of the left hand that the fingers extend round and in contact with the vessel, concentrate the fingers of the right hand to a focus inside the the tumbler, either below the surface of the water, or just above it. Gather from your patient and seat of his disease, that you may dispensator magnetism into the water accordingly, strongly will your patient’s relief, using the utmost energy of your mind to force the magnetic fluid through the finger tips. Continue this concentration for a few minutes; breathe and make a few passes over the glass, then hand it to your patient; request him to drink as much as he can without discomforting himself.”

Mrs. Eddy writes,

“Evidences of progress and of spiritualization greet us on every hand. Drug-systems are quitting their hold on matter and so letting in matter’s higher stratum, mortal mind. Homoeopathy, a step in advance of allopathy, is doing this. Matter is going out of medicine; and mortal mind, of a higher attenuation than the drug, is governing the pellet.”

“Homoeopathy furnishes the evidence to the senses, that symptoms, which might be produced by a certain drug, are removed by using the same drug which might cause the symptoms. This confirms my theory that faith in the drug is the sole factor in the cure. The effect, which mortal mind produces through one belief, it removes through an opposite belief, but it uses the same medicine in both cases.

All o these people quoted here are speaking of a biomagnetic force that an be manipulate directly by human operators, or indirectly, in homeopathy, through the process of dilution and succussion.

Mesmerism, contrary to much popular opinion that it is synonymous with hypnotism and is induced merely by suggestion. But this is not the case. Mesmerism is the manipulation of silent forces to induce altered states, both physical and mental.

Homeopathy shares with Mesmerism this same quality, and it is interesting to see that investigators seem to be brushing against the same biomagnetic connection.

The founder of homeopathy, Dr. Samuel Hahnemann, MD, is no exception:

“I find it yet necessary to allude here to ANIMAL MAGNETISM, as it is termed, or rather MESMERISM (as it should be called in deference to Mesmer, its first founder) which differs so much in its nature from all other therapeutic agents

“This curative force, often so stupidly denied and disdained for a century, acts in different ways

“It is a marvelous, priceless gift of God to mankind by means of which the strong will of a well intentioned person upon a sick one by contact and even without this and even at some distance, can bring the vital energy of the healthy mesmeriser endowed with this power into another person dynamically (just as one of the poles of a powerful magnetic rod upon a bar of steel)

“It acts in part by replacing in the sick whose vital force within the organism is deficient here and there, in part also in other parts where the vital force has accumulated too much and keeps up irritating nervous disorders it turns it aside, diminishes and distributes it equally and in general extinguishes the morbid condition of the life principle of the patient and substitutes in its place the normal of the mesmerist acting powerfully upon him, for instance, old ulcers, amaurosis, paralysis of single organs and so forth

“Many rapid apparent cures performed in all ages, by mesmerizers endowed with great natural power, belong to this class

“The effect of communicated human power upon the whole human organism was most brilliantly shown, in the resuscitation of persons who had lain some time apparently dead, by the most powerful sympathetic will of a man in full vigor of vital energy,(166) and of this kind of resurrection history records many undeniable examples

“If the mesmerizing person of either sex capable at the same time of a good-natured enthusiasm (even its degeneration into bigotry, fanaticism, mysticism or philanthropic dreaming) will be empowered all the more with this philanthropic self-sacrificing performance to direct exclusively the power of his commanding good will to the recipient requiring his help and at the same time to concentrate these, he may at times perform apparent miracles

“Notes related to the aphorism – [166] Especially of one of such persons, of whom there are not many, who, along with great kindness of disposition and perfect bodily powers, possesses but A VERY MODERATE DESIRE FOR SEXUAL INTERCOURSE, which it would give him very little trouble wholly to suppress, in whom, consequently, all the fine vital spirits that would otherwise be employed in the preparation of the semen, are ready to be communicated to others, by touching them and powerfully exerting the will

“Some powerful mesmerisers, with whom I have become acquainted, had ALL this peculiar character.” Hahnemann, The Organon of Medicine, aphorism 288

Hahnemann, a professional translator who spoke a ozen languages, was one of the most educated chemists of his day. He had little time for mummery or mysticism, as his critics would love to portray him.

Such was also the case with Anton Mesmer, also an MD. These people, like Roy are presenting their world view because of what they experienced, and although it doesn’t fit the putative paradigm, in the face of ridicule, defamation andattack, they report it fearlessly.

In the past, science has fled in the face of this evidence. And so, as in the case of Christian Science, it has retreated into religion, as a spiritual practice. Mrs. Eddy did not have the benefit of modern supramolecular chemistry that studies intermolecular forces and tries to explain them.

Homeopathy is staying abreast of sceince inthi regard. The material sciences have cave in on the memory o water argument and are now admitting that water, in regard to its solutes, can indeed retain a memory.

A new day is dawning . . .

Homeopath confronts magician’s $1000000 Challenge

HOMEOPATH JOHN BENNETH confronts MAGICIAN JAMES RANDI re: his $1,000,000 challenge on the TIME Magazine online forum

BENNETH to RANDI: “Put your money where your mouth is.”

“Dear James Randi,
“In January of 1999 I applied for your challenge after you, in writing, personally offered me your award to prove homeopathy with a simple test . . identify verum from placebo, the active homeopathic remedy from the inert substance in a double blind trial.

“In light of more complex measures, your challenge is a rather simple test that has now been done countless times, biochemically, botanically and physically by spectroscopy (Roy) and other methods, such as by measuring differences in puncture voltage (Brucato). This is a simple test! But what we have seen from you are nothing more than unscientific, dangerous stunts, such as standing in front of audiences and downing an entire bottle of herbal sleeping ills, claiming they’re “homeopathic.,“ when in fact they are not . . not completely. Anyone can see this by simply reading the dilution strength of the main ingredients.

“James Randi, you have yet to put any scientific method that reveals the identity of these substances you say are scams to the test.

“James Randi, put Richard Adams’s money where your mouth is: Put homeopathy to a real test, arbitrated by real scientists, under the terms of a real contract.

“John Benneth, Homeopath”


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Banned on Ernst’s Blog

Pound sand.

Professor Edzard Ernst is professor of complementary medicine at the Peninsula Medical School, University of Exeter. An odd place for a man who seems to absolutely despise his chair.

Ernst is a homeopathy hater.

Couple of weeks ago he posted a blog in a run of the mill collective UK blog for health professionals called PULSE.

I answered and got in troule. Appears I’ve been banned from it.

Pulse features a number of articles by British health “professionals,” (I think they’re future yardbirds)  rambling musings by goofy “doctors” bored out of their empty minds from doling out the same poisond everyday to their victims.

But Ernst’s blog caught on fire. It was entitled Stop the Teaching of Pseudoscience. It’s had an overwhelming number of responses in the commentary. Whereeas most PULSE blogs usually have any where from zero to seven of eight comments, Stop the Teaching of Pseudoscience has had 68 comments so far by last count, and the debate till rages on.


Maybe it as something I said . .

Although it doesn’t mention any particular doctrine by name, those familiar with Ernst’s rants know exactly what he’s talking about and what it is he’s trying to convince people of.

He’s trying to destroy homeopathy. And of course he wants you to join him in the witch hunt.

Now that may sound a little too hysterical for rational discussion, but it’s really nothing new. “Modern medicine” has been trying to destroy homeopathy for the past two hundred years, and so far hasn‘t done it. Occasionally somebody like Jacques Benveniste gets burned at the stake for having drank the high dilute, or run out of town, like Montagnier was, for having said it’s real, but for the most part homeopathy just seems to keep chugging along, almost as if it’s powered by the hatred.

What by the Britics assessment of it, it should have been dead-dead long ago, but here it is, still around and chipper after all these years . . and seems growing like a weed. . quickly, worldwide!

The Indian Chambers of commerce reported this last year that homeopathy is growing at 30%.
If this holds true worldwide, it means that by my prec ise calcuclations what is now a mere $5 billion a year industry will have overtaken the current medical system by 2042 and in current values will have become a thirteen trillion dollar industry ($13,000,000,000,000).

I you don’t like that, you better pound some sand in your ears, because I predict it going to get louder as it becomes clearer and clearer to a growing number of medical and science professionals that homeoapthic medicine is very real and very effective medicine.

Well, Ernst’ blog had a huge response, drawing in a cadre of engineering homeopaths to undermine its premise, with the usual homeocritics weighing in, pseudoskeptics, the narrowcasters of contempt posing as the broadcasters of reason, the dwindling posse of the law suit ridden allopathic pharmaceutcal industry and their phony doctors, trying to muster popular support to destroy homeopathy, the planet’s only, truly and comprehensively, curative medicine.

Curative medicine?

You may wonder how it can be said that it is curative. And well you should wonder. Never hesitate to ask a good question if it’s not leading to a preferred answer.

Consider for a moment who’s really leading this debate, who’s really prosecuting here.

I don’t think it’s who most people think it is. Nichts doch, Professor Ernst. By its mere survival it’s homeopathy.

And why was I kicked off PULSE?

For starters, I don’t like it. As usual they only run blogs by the poison pushers. They claim to be medicine, but when confronted by real medicine, they push it away. Homeopathy takes more than a bribe from the pharmacy to deliver the right medicine. It’s patient-client intensive. The practiioner has to listen closely to  his customer, he has to be a skilled oberver of the human condition and well versed inhi reference material, something you don’t in the modern hacks of medicine, who simply shove the latest potion at you.

And they want to stop it, because it doesn’t suit THEM, the deadly drug dealers and poisoned pill pushers. Just a for instance, 10% of pharmaeuticals now contain highly poisonous flurorine. Many antidepressants are fluorinated organics, such as citalopram, escitalopram, fluoextine, fluvoxamine and paroqetine. Fluoroquinolones are a commonly used family of broad sectrum antibiotics.

Thirty percent (30%) of of agrochemical compounds contain fluorine. Although this water is usually not treated along with sewage, it does contaminate rivers with runoff organofluorines.

I also mentioned that a certain pharmacetuical company had been convicted of racketeering; that and all the lawsuits now being thrown at the pharmas for dumping petrol in people’s mouths, if referenced, would shut down the Internet.

Pound sand.
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