#HOMEOPATHY: Ebola, Science, Politics, Prevention and Cure

I’ve been MIA from this blog since September 14th. I won’t go into details just yet as to why your correspondent has not made an entry for so long, but life must go on, so I have come out of grief and hiding long enough to bring you up to date on some very interesting developments on the world’s most controversial subject . . 

According to an email received November 15th, 2014 from Dr. V. Krishnaamurthy of West Mambalam, Chennai in India, there have been three complete cures of Ebola within an hour after taking a single high dose of an isotopic drug potency of Lachesis mutata, a pharmaceutical approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Adminsitraation (FDCA) for use in the treatment for hemorrhagic fever.


You might want to read that last paragraph again and commit it to memory; what follows gets worse . . and you might forget the killshot: that it’s been approved by the FDCA for about 80 years now.

Unfortunately, the objective supramolecular chemistry of this drug, like others in its class, is confused with its subjective “like cures like” application; FDCA proven effective as it may be, and so misunderstood as it is, neither the drug nor its method of selection is taken seriously, by anyone . . really.

Until now . .


The historical facts not only reveal that the Ebola epidemic that has raged throughout Western Africa can be easily controlled homeopathically, but demand that it be stopped homeopathically.

Homeopathy has been a sidebar, in medicine given that there’s more money in extending disease than in curing it, so the medical profession has propagated the notion that homeopathic  remedies are inert, when in fact their active component appears undetectable to those who are looking for some high school chemical explanation, the answer lies in nuclear physics, as in medical isotopes.

Given past performances . . like when I brought it up at the Cavendish at Brian Josephson’s symposium . . this should start a riot among those who abbreviate themselves as skeptics and bloviate themselves as scientists . . armchair scientists that is, so I come prepared, with every jot and tittle. I expect to be called a liar first and checked out for facts second, at which time I expect some apologies due.

We already have in hand the necessary proven, tried and tested, FDCA regulated and protected drugs for the prevention and cure of West African hemorrhagic fevers such as Ebola. Moreover, novel as it may seem, we can also administer prophylaxis (prevention of disease) to entire populations to safely prevent people from contracting the disease using these same isotopic materials we use to cure it.


It’s not that we haven’t tried to use them. Four M.D.’s bearing an armamentarium of over 125 isotopic drugs selected semiologically for the symptoms of Ebola, hand in glove on the doorsteps of Liberian hospitals, offered to use them curatively, repeatedly, but were turned away, repeatedly, by directives from the Old  World Health Organization (OWHO).


To be kind, we could say the problem is that although these drugs are legal, and their action well proven in countless clinical tests by medical doctors for over two hundred years . . to the present day,  their use voluminously documented, indexed and growing, they were developed in a time well before the advent of nuclear science, and so they still bear that 19th century stigma. Medical science grew up around that stigma, bearing along with it the same  misconceptions of homeopathy today that it had  then, not understanding their isotopic nature, or what they were, or how they worked, and while relying on past confusion about their physics, shrugged them off under the pall of ridicule and abuse, and continuing the homeopathic “inquisition” to this present day.

And so, around this, has grown some sharp thorns and rather dicey apples.

A rescuing man or woman might say “rather than arguing about it , why not just give it a try?” and by the time they’re finished with this short essay they might say it with tears in their eyes. But without some major arm wrestling,  it’s not going to happen.  The reason why, I fear, is because just as there are those among us  who are afraid it won’t work, there are those who are afraid it will . . !!!

You will find this is not the only stop. So bear with me a little more while I attempt to explain this curse for the edification of all. And this is important, because modern medical science is missing a huge opportunity: :


Diluted “homeopathic” drugs are esssntially medical isotopes.  An isotope is the radioactive form of an element. All matter can be made radioactive, especially water, since water has an absorptivity and emissivity rate index second only to an ideal black box material, such as carbon soot, and it is water that is the primary vehicle for most of the drugs used in homeopathic medicine . .  and I emphasize most because not all drugs used in homeopathy are aqueous dilutes.

A medical isotope is a very small quantity of a radioactive substance used in mainstream medicine for safe, cost-effective imaging and treatment of disease. Ditritium oxide, 3H20, also known as superheavy water, pure water made radioactive in the environment, is an example of a medical isotope, more specifically the hydrogen isotope in water . . used in mainstream medicine. 3H2O then is a perfect corollary for a physical explanation of the water based drugs carrying a radiant taint of the diluent’s guest starting material, the radioactive signal, or isotope of any material processed in what are popularly known as homeopathic remedies.


A common question, or challenge to homeopathy, has been that it’s ridiculous to assume that plain water can have a memory, and that there’s no proof of it. But the problem with skeptical thinking (and it’s really not skeptical in a classical or global sense) is it presupposes that by the usual standards of authoritative science, that what shouldn’t be isn’t, and so, when it hits what it appears to be an anomaly, it skips to a pre-made answer, that the anomaly exists on the part of the sender as a  fraud, and on the part of the receiver, or buyer, as a delusion, and around this paradigm it becomes invested, emotionally and then monetarily, and any information that contradicts the pre-made answer is rejected; this is exactly what has happened with homeopathy and most of the scientific community that attends to it . . but with some glaring contradictions  that explode the basic underlying myth, that homeopathic drugs are inert.

To get around this requires the persistent application of mass cognitive therapy, and depite an occasonal excursion, that, in a term, cognitive therapy for homeopathy deniers is what this blog is primarily about.

3H20, ditritium oxide, then  is a naked, well known and accepted, prima facie example of what not only answers the primary objection to homeopathy, that pure water cannot be made active in a way that has specific biological  effects; it raises the question as to how is it that water can become radioactive in the environment,  retain a radiant signal, or a memory, and transmit it?

This should raise some objections, and certainly it will among the hardcore “skeptics”,  but to date, in presenting the “radiant water” evidence and the “3H2O Argument” for homeopathy to top researchers on the subject, no one has yet been able to explain it, even though it is widely stated that naked Tritium, the designated driver of ditritium oxide, has a half life of 12 years, and that under water based “homeopathic remedies,” when fixed with solid material media, are known to retain their action indefinitely.

The strength of this medicine then (among other things which will be explained further, later, perhaps much later, i.e. the physics of H2O adsorption and emissivity) has also been its downfall. Not knowing that they are in technical reality medical isotopes, or radiopharmaceuticals, “homeopathic remedies” have been conflated with their intended use: Homeopathically, the principal of which is” like cures like.”

The drugs most often used in this novel application of sympathetic medicine called “homeopathy” have then been misnomered as “homeopathic,” which is not a physico-chemical term, whereas “medical isotope” is.


Homeopathy then has grown up as a problem child, misnomered and mischaracterized, which even its best practitioners and scientists, buffeted by a storm of censure, shrink back from . . i.e. its demonstrable plasma physics. Begging your forgiveness then for such a long read, you can hopefully understand the neccesity to present such detail to this tangled yarn in he hopes in understanding it you and others will be able to untangle the skein . .

According to the Washington Post, a study of edit changes on a popular online encyclopedia shows homeopathy has become one of two of the world’s most controversial and contentious subjects, ahead of, if not equal to, Jesus Christ, both known to be great healers, the electrical force majeure of both just now becoming understood . .

Does this explain the log jam in Liberia?


The first known homeopathic remedies were sent to Monrovia in Liberia by the International Emergency Management Organization (IEMO, Rome) in September, 2014; the author sent a second load in mid October. By October 19th, 2014, four homeopathically trained medical doctors, one each from the U.S., India, Switzerland and Spain, arrived in Monrovia. They were sent by the Liga Medicorum Homoeopathica Internationalis (LMHI), the International Organization of Homeopathic Physicians. On November 6th, 2014, the Washington Post announced that the number of reported Ebola cases had dropped in Liberia, and Monrovia was returning to normal.

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We need help if we are to continue involvement in this crisis.

Pre-emptive copies of Ebola Prophylaxis and Cure, sent to some of the top minds in homeopathy, are receiving encouraging reviews if not rave reviews such as “amazing work.” Of course, “the envelope of puffery is unlimited in its facility for expansion,” but it should not require special leverage to get you to read it, as we offer to you this historical piece of work free, gratis, and at no charge . . no charge more, that is, other than the potential imprecation for ignoring it as the lifesaver it is for the world’s most notorious epidemic, and the prayer that you commit yourself to help.

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This would not be a crisis if the opposition of dogma did not exist. Do not you be so naïve as to question why it is that the prevailing form of medicine does not climb down from its rafter to take this solution in hand; it can’t do it, it can’t admit that there is a quick, simple cure in hand for Ebola; the walls of their justice, their imperium, could not stand the strain, and it would fall, and its inhabitants would be homeless.

There are many words dwelling in the ellipsis that are not said, but we are trying to pare them away: Dr. Martin Salia, the Sierra Leone doctor who died from Ebola in an Omaha, Nebraska, the last to date to succumb from it on American soil . . to put it conservatively, may have died needlessly, as have thousands of others in other parts of the world, as may thousands more if homeopathy is not put to the test, or in the past-perfect and future imperative, died, and will die, without it.

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Most of the wealthy operators, the medical doctors, the physicians, the operators of the medical industry complex for which intellectual property rights . . patents, patent medicines . . are the life blood, have no application or interest (other than to fear it) for what you will read in Ebola Prophylaxis and Cure. It first details the statutory instructions to the U.S. American public for the rare FDCA support of the heretofore mostly unknown use of homeopathic drugs intended for use in the diagnosis, cure, mitigation, treatment, or the prevention of disease in man or other animals; for your edification and encouragement in the use of this remarkable medicine, Ebola Prophylaxis and Cure names the FDCA’s primary authority and reference, linking you to a huge online compendium of over 1000 FDCA approved homeopathic drugs with full, comprehensive descriptions of the ones most used.

Do not be fooled by professional skeptics and pseudoscientists into thinking this is quackery. They will attempt to discredit it. To save their reputations, and to keep from becoming the objects of the same scorn they once heaped on homeopathy, will use whatever means they have before them to quash it.

DO NOT ignore this opportunity before it is removed because of lack of support.

Read it for yourself. Ebola Prophylaxis and Cure summarizes and gives online links to the detailed history of the homeopathic cure of hemorrhagic fevers, as are manifested in Ebola and other similar epidemics. It reveals the physics behind homeopathy; it repertorizes the symptoms of Ebola, showing which remedies out of 1000 are the best for each stage of the disease, and provides online links to comprehensive reviews of each drug in the FDCA recommended compendium.

Furthermore, Ebola Prophylaxis and Cure does what few if any modern western homeopaths can or are willing to do. It not only shows which remedies to consider, for those who are inexperienced, standing under the arch of doubt, it shows which potencies to use, when to give them at what intervals of time for each stage of the disease.

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Medicine is a social science and politics is nothing else but medicine on a large scale. Medicine as a social science, as the science of human beings, has the obligation to point out problems and to attempt their theoretical solution; the politician, the practical anthropologist, must find the means for their actual solution. – Virchow

Despite disbelief and outrage of pseudoscientists posing as “skeptics,” the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) now regulates at least two (2)homeopathic cures for Ebola, the hemorrhagic fever currently terrorizing West Africa.

The primary traditional cure used homeopathically for hemorrhagic fevers is a dynamic extrusion of rattlesnake venom, Crotalus horridus (Crot-h).

Crot-h is a drug regulated and protected under Sections 201(g) and 201(j) of the Federal Food, Drug and Cosmetics Act (FDCA) of 1938. It is made from a virus substance listed in the Homeopathic Pharmacopoeia of the United States (HPUS). The FDCA recognizes the HPUS as the official drug compendium of the United States of America.

FDCA regulations state:

Section 201(g)(1) of the Act defines the term “drug” to mean articles recognized in the official United States Pharmacopeia (USP), the official Homeopathic Pharmacopeia of the United States (HPUS), or official National Formulary (NF) or any supplement to them; and articles intended for use in the diagnosis, cure, mitigation, treatment, or the prevention of disease in man or other animals; articles (other than food) intended to affect the structure or any function of the body of man or other animals; and articles intended for use as a component of any articles specified in the above. Whether or not they are official homeopathic remedies, those products offered for the cure, mitigation, prevention, or treatment of disease conditions are regarded as drugs within the meaning of Section 201(g)(l) of the Act.

Homeopathic drugs generally must meet the standards for strength, quality, and purity set forth in the Homeopathic Pharmacopeia. Section 501(b) of the Act (21 U.S.C. 351) provides in relevant part:
Whenever a drug is recognized in both the United States Pharmacopeia and the Homeopathic Pharmacopeia of the United States it shall be subject to the requirements of the United States Pharmacopeia unless it is labeled and offered for sale as a homeopathic drug, in which case it shall be subject to the provisions of the Homeopathic Pharmacopeia of the United States and not to those of the United States Pharmacopeia.

A product’s compliance with requirements of the HPUS, USP, or NF does not establish that it has been shown by appropriate means to be safe, effective, and not misbranded for its intended use.

A guide to the use of homeopathic drugs (including potencies, dosing, and other parameters) may be found by referring to the following texts: A Dictionary of Practical Materia Medica by John Henry Clarke, M.D., (3 volumes; Health Science Press) and A Clinical Repertory to the Dictionary of Materia Medica by John Henry Clarke, M.D. (Health Science Press). These references must be reviewed in conjunction with other available literature on these drug substances. http://www.fda.gov/iceci/compliancemanuals/compliancepolicyguidancemanual/ucm074360.htm

A search of over 1000 FDA drugs listed by Clarke and other traditional sources revealed at least six indicated for the treatment of hemorrhagic fevers, and two that Clarke reports have been used successfully to cure it, isobaric Phosphorus (elemental) and Crot-h venom noted above, the dynamic form of both in hydroxl attenuations in vehicular lactose.

Clarke claims Crot-h has been used with great success in the treatment of hemorrhagic fevers . . and also as a prophylactic, by inoculation with it!

The chief sponsor of the FDCA was a U.S. Senator who was a medical doctor trained in the use of homeopathy. Senator Royal S. Copeland of New York served as New York City’s director of health during the hemorrhagic fever epidemic of 1918. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Royal_S._Copeland
Homeopathy is a reverse strategy of medicine which uses an artificial agent which causes symptoms of a disease to cure a natural, epidemic or endemic disease similar to the artifice.

In its refined form a homeopathic agent triggers the adaptive immune system using materials dynamized by attenuation of their ortho-molecular content in isobaric hydroxl media, materials which in their crude form are known to produce symptoms of disease as the one to be cured.
As the primary strategy of epidemiology, homeopathy is the basis of the true vaccine, but is usually eclipsed by novel patent medicines that attempt to directly suppress symptoms.

WARNING: FOR LEGAL PURPOSES THIS IS NOT TO BE TAKEN AS MEDICAL ADVICE. IF YOU HAVE A MEDICAL PROBLEM, CONSULT YOUR MEDICAL DOCTOR OR ONE WHO IS LICENSED TO DIAGNOSE MEDICAL CONDITIONS. Aspirin and other drugs taken to suppress fever HAVE BEEN REPORTED by the Center of Disease Control (CDC) as well as by experienced physicians to cause severe hemorrhaging in some severe fevers like Dengue or Ebola fevers. If you experience the symptoms of Ebola or influenza do not take aspirin. Garcinia kola may have the same effect as aspirin. http://www.cdc.gov/dengue/resources/Dengue&DHF%20Information%20for%20Health%20Care%20Practitioners_2009.pdf
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 Here’s what happened to Heel’s “huge discovery’ in the ‘natural treatment’ of Alzheimer’s.

DISCLAIMERS: This is not intended as medical advice or a promotion for any product of any kind. If you have a physical or mental problem, consult an appropriate health practitioner or medical doctor.  At the time of this writing the author has no conflict of interest and no financial interests, or contact with Biologische Heilmittel Heel GmbH, Heel, their holding company, or the owner, inventors agents or employees of or for the aforementioned companies.

Sunday 092213: The Atlantic Black Star reported today ‘a huge discovery’ in the ‘natural treatment’ of Alzheimer’s disease. The story, the Star says, was “recently reported at the Neuroscience Conference in Washington.” http://atlantablackstar.com/2013/09/16/homeopathic-treatment-can-fight-alzheimers-disease/

However, a Google search shows that the neuroscience conference referenced by the Star was almost two years ago. In a November 23rd, 2011 Business Wire (BW) press release, BW reports “Heel presented latest studies on a multitarget medication based on low dose natural substances that has proven to positively influence both symptoms as well as disease-related mechanisms of Alzheimer’s.” The press release doesn’t say what the multitarget medication is, either by brand or wha the ‘natural’ content is.

Dr. Bernd Seilheimer of Biologische Heilmittel Heel GmbH (Heel) made the presentation at the neuroscience conference. Seilheimer is one of the medicine’s two inventors.  Heel is a producer of low dose natural substances as used in “homeopathic mixology,” the use of composite homeopathic remedies, or compounds, for a specified clinical condition instead of a single remedy for a pattern of symptoms.

BW quotes Seilheimer as saying, “We are fascinated by the results. This homeopathically prepared medication leads to significant changes in the gene networks associated with synaptic function and plasticity. It significantly reduces the gene expression of APP and BACE, responsible for the formation of β-amyloid plaques which hallmark Alzheimer’s disease. Upon treatment, axons of neurons even grew faster and longer than under saline control conditions.”

Heel is a corporation that produces supramolecular* hydrate pharmaceuticals used by medical practitioners homeopathically. Previously referred to as “homeopathic remedies” the pharmaceuticals used in homeopathic medicine have recently been chemically identified as supramolecular hydrate pharmaceuticals.

The 2011 BW release reported that electroencephalographic (EEG) studies indicated strong effects on cognitive functions by a mix of several natural substances in low doses.
“No preventive or curative therapy is available today,” BW said. “The few drugs that have been approved by regulatory agencies offer only a small symptomatic benefit.”

According to Seilheimer, “All studies have confirmed our earlier observations: this medication has proven to enhance the learning and memory performance in a dose-dependent fashion. It showed at least as effective as the Gold Standard at all tested behavioral models. In addition, it is very well-tolerated. No negative side-effects could be documented with the natural preparation. Following the new paradigm, multitarget preparations could become a natural alternative to conventional preparations for treating complex diseases such as Alzheimer’s.”

“Alzheimer’s is a multi-factorial disease,” he said. “This calls for a change in the therapeutic paradigm towards a multitarget approach.”

BW noted Seilheimer was the 2011 Head of Bioregulatory Development at Biologische Heilmittel Heel GmbH in Baden-Baden, Germany).

A search was then conducted on PUBMED to find what published studies there might be that could corroborate the story that Heel had developed a homeopathic compound for the treatment for Alzheimer‘s Disease. None were found. However, PUBMED shows that in 2012 Seilheimer co authored “Effect of Neurexan on the pattern of EEG frequencies in rats,” published by BMC Complement Altern Med.

The “Neurexan” study was for “a multicomponent, low-dose medication” produced by Heel for sleep disorders. No mentioned of a use for Neurexan for Alzheimer’s was made.

A patent search made on the World Property Organization (WIPO) headquartered in Switzerland revealed a patent filed on May 21, 2013 by two German inventors. The patent application reads: “Title of the invention: “COMPOSITION FOR TREATING OR PREVENTING NEURODEGENERATIVE DISORDERS.” Applicants: BIOLOGISCHE HEILMITTEL HEEL GMBH (DE), Bernd Seilheimer (DE) and Kerstin Roska (DE). It lists Seilheimer and Roska as the inventors of the composition: Bernd Seilheimer (DE) and Kerstin Roska (DE).

According to the abstract posted by the World Intellectual Property Organization:

“The present invention is concerned with plant derived pharmaceutically useful compositions. In particular, it relates to a composition for use in treating and/or preventing a neurodegenerative disorder or disease, wherein said composition comprises extracts of Conium … ”


It seems as if Heel is planning to roll out of a new patented homeopathic Alzheimer’s medicine. But there’s a critical problem with this. It is not in Heel’s formula, nor is it in its patenting of homeopathic preparations, nor is it in Heel’s marketing of a homeopathic product to conventional MD’s. These are all good things, these are all positive approaches in Heel‘s unique presentation of homeopathic products.
The problem is that with jealousies and the war of the lancets between allopathy and homeopathy aside, in order for the medical materials used in homeopathy to gain acceptance in mainstream medicine, their physico-chemistry must first be scientifically understood.

Given the expanding data base and growing acceptance in the material sciences of the supramolecular nature of ultra dilute homeopathic medicine, conventional scientific explanations are now becoming available to practitioners and the homeopathic pharmaceutical industry.

Heel  was founded in 1936 by Hans-Heinrich Reckeweg. The company has offices in 40 countries worldwide including the United States where it is located in Albuquerque, NM. Heel is a subsidiary of DELTON AG, a holding company headquartered in Bad Homburg, Germany. Its Pharmaceuticals and Logistics divisions manage the value-creating investment and entrepreneurial activities of its sole shareholder Stefan Quandt.

Of all the present producers of homeopathic medicines, Heel now appears is the most capably situated in the market to present to mainstream medical professionals what the action and physico-chemical distinctions of the supramolecular materials used in homeopathy.

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 *The identitification of the chemistry of homeopathic medicine as “supramolecular” was first made by John Benneth at Cambridge’s Cavendish Laboratory on Oct. 1, 2010  in a talk entitled “The Supramolecular Chemistry of the Homeopathic Remedy.”

See John Benneth’s milestone 2010 presentation at the Cavendish Laboratory “Beyond the Molecule: The Supramolecular Chemistry of the Homeopathic Remedy”  Power Point Presentation at http://tinyurl.com/mwxyde6 Audio http://sms.cam.ac.uk/media/1074586

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Controversy dogs homeopathic treatment for homosexuality

The offer by German Catholic medical doctors to treat homosexuals homeopathically draws protest from the Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender (LGBT) community.

The debate rages on over the homeopathic treatment of homosexuality.

I get some troubling comments from my friend.

Homeopath Mark O’Sullivan writes:

Hi John,

I’ve been discussing this article with Kaviraj and Vinton McCabe on Facebook. Kaviraj just posted this response to your referring to him in this article on my FB profile. I thought it would be worth re-posting.

The following is from Kaviraj

“Hi John,

“I can speak for myself. What I say or do not say is my prerogative. I find this discussion in bad taste and I demand you cease and desist using my name to make your case. I happen to disagree with a lot of what you say here. So do not associate me with your views, because then you are dishonest towards the public. You do not have my permission. I disagree 100% with your conclusions and the tone you set, but I shall defend the right to do so equally 100%, as long as you leave my name out. I do not support your conclusions.

“I have never stated that I see it as something to cure.

“To me a cure is peace of mind for the patient and that is regardless which sexuality he chooses, to have that peace of mind. Some in my clinic have chosen to be hetero and others to remain homosexual. If a person is happy to be so, who am I, trying to change that? So I never tried to change people and let them chose for themselves.

“And I only treat those who come to me of their own free will. Mandatory treatment? Sounds much like a Big Pharma/Big Brother idea to me.

“VD Kaviraj ”

Also, for your readers, a relevant blog post by Vinton McCabe in response to this recent troubling direction you’ve been taking with your writing.

“Homeopathy, Allopathy, Skeptics & That Amazing Old Randi–All’s Fair in Love & War & ‘Homeophobia’?”


Mark O’Sullivan Lic.I.S.H. ISHom

Well okay then, I’ll rescind my nomination of Kaviraj for the Nobel prize for his work in curing some people of homosexuality . . and nominate Carol Boyce for it instead.

In an online article “America’s leading homeopath” Dana Ullman (author of The Homeopathic Revolution) is reported saying he’s cured 10 people of it, some them going on to raise families.

Ullman hotly contends the article is a spoof, and when I asked him if it would be right to say he did not know of any cases, either of his own or anyone elses, where after homeopathic treatment a homosexual became heterosexual or lost his homosexual impulses, he replied “that is right.”

He has demanded an apology: Okay, Dana, I’m sorry this has offended you.

But something doesn’t sound right. I do a quick check and find that he has written there are homeopathic remedies for homosexuality, most notably Lachesis.


“Lachesis is one of the few homeopathic remedies known for its homosexuality,” writes Dana Ullman. “Kent lists it as ‘aversion of men to women’ and ‘falls in love with member of her own sex.’

On a well known UK homeopathy discussion group email list, Boyce has reported people being cured of it.

“I have also treated many who would identify as homosexual and I have the same experience as  Kaviraj,” says Boyce, “those who are in anguish resolve that anguish – some by ‘going straight’ since that is their natural state – others by remaining homosexual in their gender preference but  released from the agony of confusion and feeling of oppression and able to live healthy meaningful lives.”

Vis a vis, Kaviraj says he’s seen heterosexuals become homosexuals after homeopathic treatment.

“If the patient says he has troubles with being something he feels he is not, but is driven by something outside of his control,” says Kaviraj, “then that is the only thing I need to consider as a physician. If that something is homosexuality, either in the male or female, I have to take that serious, if I am to be a good homoeopath. And I have the duty to cure him of this thing and it is none of my business whether he will come to accept or reject it, as long as it no longer troubles him. If that makes me a homophobe, I shall
wear that badge with honour.”

O’Sullivan says, “To me a cure is peace of mind for the patient and that is regardless which sexuality he chooses . .”

What? Before we push the button on your applause sign, isn’t the common belief  WE ARE BORN THAT WAY!

So when did we become choosers?

Is O’Sullivan trying to tell us we choose our diseases? If he believes that, isn’t it his responsibility as a physician to warn us of what statistically the consequences may be of that choice?

Or, if we have fallen into a hopeless state, believing that it is genetic, like Republicanism, that it is not what allopathy would have us believe, that it is incurable, should he not tell us that it is?

So I don’t understand what it is that Dr. O’Sullivan and others think I’m guilty of. Homophobia? Homoeophobia? And how is it relevant except to shut own the discussion of the facts? I’ve yet to see the statistics contravened.

What I have yet to hear from the pitchfork and torch wielding mob outside my door, or anyone else on O’Sullivan’s side of the gender gap, is how we explain ignoring an easily correctable condition that shortens life span by 24 years, that statistically leaves its victims depressed and in danger of committing twice as much suicide as heterosexuals.

The argument in oppostion doesn’t seem to be decided on what the actual cure is for those who desperately want it and need it: 1.) getting me to shut up or; 2.) homeopathy.


“It is also a cop-out to not look at any other possibility for this behaviour and is the sign of a lazy mind, which excuses itself by saying, ‘ah well, nothing  you can do about it.’ Thus leaving people who are not happy being homosexual to their supposed fate. Now THAT is really cruel and disturbing.”

I concur. If we really love our fellow man, then between the hugs and kisses,  weshould tell him what the consequences are statistically for his symptoms if he doesn’t get it fixed, if he can, without getting slapped by him or punched by her.

And he can get it fixed.

Or, prove the statistics wrong.

Until then, saints like Kaviraj and Boyce have proved it right.

There’s no acrimony here between me and this subject.

And if after reading this you’re still not convinced that I’ve been more of a cause than a cure for a man’s woes  then the remedy you should use for it is JOHN BENNETH, 30c.

Send me $50 bucks and I’ll send you some.

John Benneth, Homeopath

A defintion for disease: “A particular quality, habit, or disposition regarded as adversely affecting a person or group of people.”