Homeopathy and the Physics of Enchantment

Homeopathy and the Physics of Enchantment

by John R. Benneth, PG Homeopathy – London (Hons.)

CHAPTER ONE

The Supramolecular Vaccine 10.28.18

  • Announcing a breakthrough in immunology that has the potential to revolutionize medicine: The ionized pharmaceutical
  • Supramolecular here refers to the fourth contiguous phase of matter: Ions, plasma, and the electron.
    Actinic here refers to biochemical changes produced by radiant energy.
  • Enchantment here refers to the physics of change.

 

The fundamental revelatory theme driving this thesis is that the electron is actinic*, is a fractal and is what gives the molecule its specificity, properties of action and chain reactions.

*radiant energy causing biochemical reactions ,such as basophil degranulation. 

Here’s a question I punted into Google: How do vaccines immunize?
Here’s what I take to be the answer from conventional settled science via the US government’s Center for Disease Control:

How do vaccines give immunity?

“Vaccines help develop immunity by imitating an infection. This type of infection, however, does not cause illness, but it does cause the immune system to produce T-lymphocytes and antibodies. Sometimes, after getting a vaccine, the imitation infection can cause minor symptoms, such as fever.” – Understanding How Vaccines Work, Center for Disease Control
https://www.cdc.gov/vaccines/hcp/conversations/…/vacsafe-understand-color-office.pdf

Vaccines help develop immunity by imitating an infection?
I beg your pardon for raising an objection and rocking the medical Titanic, but the stated recognition that vaccines help develop immunity by imitating an infection stumbles over a contradiction, a huge medical incongruity: it is one of two reasons for rejecting homeopathy, a long practiced medical tradition.

Creating immunity from any particular disease by staging an imitation of that disease is the primary strategy of homeopathy in treating not just infectious diseases, but a wide range of human problems, such as those caused by emotional stress, (like peptic ulcers) infection and toxicity from chemical and interpersonal sources. The broad application of pathological similitude to treat a wide variety of human, animal and even plant, i.e. biological afflictions, is on one count why for over 200 years homeopathy has been banned from standard medical practice.

So this is really an odd conundrum. On one hand, according to the CDC, the use of artificial imitative diseases, i.e. pathological similitude, is the only strategy for conveying immunity. On the other hand, its use is rejected by mainstream “medical” opinion . . per se..

It would appear that one hand is ignorant of the other.

A 27-year-old meta-analysis (systematic review) of homeopathy studies published in the British Medical Journal by Kleijnen et al says: “The amount of positive evidence even among the best studies came as a surprise to us. Based on this evidence we would be ready to accept that homeopathy can be efficacious, if only the mechanism of action were more plausible.” (BMJ, Kleijnen, 1991, p. 321)

EXOSKELETAL DEMANDS

Given the disbelief and squalling that surrounds homeopathy, which (according to the Washington Post) has the greatest amount of contention over any subject discussed in the Western world; with the exception of Christ, such an endorsement made by such a prestigious medical journal as the BMJ regarding the world’s only comprehensive precipitating pharmacy of cure would lead one to think that modern science within three decades would have plumbed its so-called “mechanism,” and with apologies to the persecuted Craft, kindly brought this orphaned doctrine of medicine into the conventional family of sciences.

But this has not been the case.

As I earlier implied while presenting the magnum of pathological similitude of the common vaccine, there is a second count of putative inscrutability against homeopathy, buoyed along by what masks itself as “settled science”. . and this is the failure of that stubbornly dogmatic “settled science,” to identify the phase shift in the solute and the tritiation [hydrogen potentization]  of the solvent in homeopathic pharmaceuticals.

With the exception of Rolland Conte, his team and myself, I have seen no real attempt to conventionalize homeopathy by attaching a handle on it from traditional physics or chemistry, when in fact recognized physico-chemical terms and tests exist that define and demonstrate what the homeopathic pharmacy is, what processes create it and how it works.

Throwing one of these ‘little’ sentences into an argument over whether homeopathy has a real chemistry to it or not is like throwing a stick of dynamite into an open fire . . and if you are a student of homeopathy you are now free to imagine the results: It blows open the door to a whole new line of supramolecular prophylaxis, supramolecular meaning ‘beyond the molecule’, prophylaxis meaning ‘action taken to prevent a disease’.”

This then is the purpose of this paper, to reveal to the world the Second Evolution of Prophylaxis, the clean, lean, energetic vaccine, the strength of the homeopathic remedy.

NEXT: A great discovery is exposed

 

 

MURDER BY HOMEOPATHY

Unleashing a Monster . .

Slow Torture and Mass

MURDER BY HOMEOPATHY

After you have seen a great many cases you will find that you have killed some of them. “ Kent

He is right. I am now experiencing a terrible reaction from a homeopathic remedy . . .

The is the first required lesson in the study of homeopathy. It shows the ugly, highly distressing, violent use of a radiopharmaceutical (the medicine used in homeopathic pharnaceuticals0

No one should use homeopathic pharmaceuticals venture an opinion about whether it is safe to take a homeopathic medicine until they have read

MURDER BY HOMEOPATHY.

The callous hubris, the inflated ignorance surrounding homeopathy is so great that most of those involved in the debate as to whether homeopathic pharma is placebo or verum, that most, if not all of our readers here will take this to be an attempt to be funny.

It is not.

Given that laughter be the handmaiden of digestion, the occassional dark attempt should be forgiven, but eschatalogically this is dead serious in the end. According to the reports of medical doctors, painful symptoms can be permanetly adhered to recipients of supramolecular diluents used in homneopathy, destroy their health and even kill them.

Homeopathics should be administered only by trained professionals who are registered to know their potential harmful and deadly effects.

Unfortunately neither homeopaths or their critics want you to know this. Homeopaths want you to think homeopathic drugs are safeand effective, and their critics, like Prof. Edzard Ernst of Exeter University, want you to think they are only safe because they’re inert, and so ineffective.

Some would sat never repeat a dose.

The fact is you can get too much of a good thing. The rule of homeopathy is the minimal dose. Give a single dose, wait and see if there is a reaction. Hahnemann created the fifty millessimal series of diluents, his last scale of remedies, to avoid what’s called an aggravation . I’ve seen it happen before. Repeated dosing of a homeopathic can cause a person to become bed ridden for days. Water does indeed have a memory . .. potentially a long one. And as you will see the worst, most dangerous is in the class of remedies called “imponderabilia” taken from highly radioactive sources. Imponderrabilia can be remedies exposed to radiation from such unlikely and subtle sources such as the light of Venus, magnets and even brainwaves, and then the not so subtle sources, such as the burning rays of the Sun, radioactive elements such as Uranium and Plutonium . . and x-rays. .

Such is the radiation absorbing, such are the discharge properties of Tritium, the radiation battery of water. With this understood, the next step is seeing how condensed matter is transformed into radiation, how the molecule is changed into the electron. Such is the radiation slumbering, its potency actually increasing, like wine in a bottle, as it’s hydrogen augers drill into the glass, pulling out molecules of silica, cozeners to the water molecule, tetrahedral in shape, bonding and forming an electromagnetic lens, quantum entanglement defying gravity, space and time

Mind to mind healing aside, when done right, the pathological similitude employed in homeopathy is the most powerful and effective healing technique in the world today, but as the wise will surmise, anything so powerful must have its dangers, and homeopathy is no exception.

What can cure can kill . .

John Benneth on Prof. Edzard Ernst’s blog on Thursday 14 March 2019 at 14:18

Occasionally I drop in to read what homeopathy critic Prof. Edzard Ernst’s blog at https://edzardernst.com/2019/03/a-p-curve-analysis-confirms-ultramolecular-homeopathic-remedies-are-placebos/ has to say here on WordPress and give him and his brood hive a little honey, see what hornets are buzzing about in the chat cell, check to see if they found a new Queen of Denial to replace Randi yet, toss in the bug bomb, labelled “Murder by Homeopathy”, and run like hell.

Here I am commenting about how he thinks dopey homeopaths are duspensing nothing but placebos :

The fact is, you can kill a man or graft symptoms on him for life using homeopathic medicines.”

Ernst: BEEN ON THE BOTTLE AGAIN JOHN?

John: Ask Kent. If anyone was in need of a bottle, it was probably him, Professor, he made the claim, not me. Kent says you might kill a few of your patients by improper administration of a high potency dilute. Considering the cost of high dilutes these days you could terminate a whole battalion of men for a few pennies worth of what you have been crying is untraceable,

Well is it true? Can these highly diluted “homeopathic medicines” actually possess the chemistry to kill a man?

If so, placebo’s a nice dodge.

John: “Let me ask you Professor, having presumably administered homeopathic medicines as a medical doctor, did anyone die while under your care? To deal with the guilt of knowing you actually killed someone by misuse of these materials would, I presume, drive one mad with anxiety and guilt, and make refuge in skepticism a livelyjrbenneth@aol.com comfort, a place to exercise your hubris . . and would explain the belittlement that often accompanies your responses to those of us who regard homeopathics as verum.”

The question was removed from his blog.

ELDER ABUSE

Disbelief in the power of homeopathic pharmaceuticals has led to deadly consequences, and we need help in educating health care workers, not only of the effectiveness of homeopathy, but its dangers, especially to the elderly.

In fact, if your career is delicate enough to be subject to obloquy, homeopathy has been so deadly that the mere positive mention of it can professionally destroy you. It has been assayed by the Washington Post to be the most contentious subject the English langage can utter, muble or scream

Could it be a mass anamnesis of a Velikovskyean time when infinitessimal dilutions were employed in the destruction of a highly advanced society that allowed supramolecular chemistry to be sprayed indiscriminatly?

I once got a letter from the legendary Jacques Benveniste, I forget what it was in response to . . I thjnk it was in response to James Randi’s trying tp use him and Brian Josephson . . this was like twenty years ago, it was during the time when I was responding to James Randi’s offer to the homeopathy fraternity of one million dollarrs to prove homeopathy, and Randi was dodging one of my tests . . as an excuse to avoid a showdown with me over his offer to pay it for a test that showed a change in conductance in a supramoleculr solutioon He was trying to perform a little sleight of mind, claiming he had bigger fish to fry, going after Benveniste and Nobel laureate Brian Josephson, trying to get them to apply for the million and jump my claim. After having gone thru all that, losing his job at INSERM, his funding revoked and his reputation destroyed, all Benveniste could say was “Homeopathy is the devil’s pisspot.”

Prof. Josephson [https://cosmosmagazine.com/physics/science-history-the-man-attempting-to-merge-physics-and-the-paranormal] rejected Randi’s invitation to him and Benveniste to apply for the million and sent Randi back to me, after which Randi sprung a heart attack and withdrew the offer to me.

That was 20 years ago . . now I know what he was talking about. All these remarkable cures whilethe ridicule, censure and rejection overtime slowly destroys you. Even Nobel laureate Luc Montagnier was driven out of France by what he called “intellectual terrorism”, and this was for the scientific crime of replicating Benveniste’s electromagnetic proving of supramoleculars and the “memory of water.”

But this, the censure of homeopathy and destruction of anyone who dares to reveal what is really only a secondary effect of supramoleculars. just the shell game of homeopathy. Put it this way: It’s as if Pandora closed the lid on revealing the physics of these secrets’ They come with a curse upon those who apprise them, a long, drawn out death sentence, every slow minute of torture like an hour to the betrayer. What I’m talking about is the nut of homeopathy’s morbidity, the potentially harmful and mortal effects of it’s actual actinic chemistry.

It’s radioactive . .

Now there’s nobody I know of who wants to know this, or anyone else to know it, that’s how radioactive the subject is. It’s like when I was a little boy, I was terrified of the Twilight Zone twisted reality science fiction TV series. I couldn’t even stand hearing the music. Likewise, I have come to the point where sticking letters to the page to make words, words to make sentences, sentences book whereopon those stacks I stand on my hind legs and bray “You reader, me John!”

I’m reliving those days now. Writing this particular blog is the hardest thing I’ve ever had to do. The stress of losing my wife and parents, probate, dealing wqith the overwhelming accumalation of material thing of my family and their disposition I’ve developed

Frank Odds @John Benneth on Thursday 14 March 2019 at 15:40

It never ceases to amaze me, the total ignorance you (and your pal Dullman) are willing to display to the public. “Let us begin with replacing Avogadro’s Constant with Kolrausch’s Law for Infinite Dilution”. Sorry, no. You can’t replace Avogadro’s constant; both are valid. Kolrausch’s Law is valid only for low electrolyte concentrations. Avogadro’s constant defines the number of molecules in a one molar solution. It therefore predicts for a given starting concentration of a substance, the dilution at which there are no molecules of solute left — the point at which Kolrausch’s Law becomes pointless.

For homeopathic dilutions, the point at which there are no molecules left is any dilution >12C.

In any case, what the heck does molar conductivity have to do with treating disease? Put a drop of a 30C preparation on a sugar pill and you immediately invalidate Kolrausch’s requirements anyway

Frank,

Actually you’re wrong about 12c being the molecular limit in step dilutions . . it happens much earlier than that.

As hydrolysis dissociates the molecules in dilution, conductivity of the solution increases, revealing a phase shift from molecule to electron, particle to wave. This happens when the molecular solute hits 1ppm, at approx. the sixth decimal dilution. As mass is reduced, energy increases. There are a number of tests that reveal it. The dilution of chlorine in tap water is about 5X, btw, 10ppm I reckon. It dissipates quickly, due to dissociation.

So you can dump Avogadro, it’s irrelevant to the chemistry of homeopathy. Dielectric tests, Tritium measures, beta scintiilation, low EM signal detection show conclusively supramolecular homeopathics are radiometric.

Not only have we been ignoring chemical tests that define supramolecular homeopathic solutions, we’ve been ignoring how deadly homeopathic remediess can be, and of course this doesn’t meet the squander of either homeopathy enthuiast or debunker alike. Top homeopath George Vithoulkas joined Randi in condemning Benveniste when the French scientist biochemically demonstrated how homeopathically trained water could set off a trained Randi, ignorant of molecular dissociation and supramolecular chemistry.

Prof. Ernst is who I fathom to be homeopathy’s greatest opponent. Josephson disagrees. He says it’s British pharmacologist Prof. David Colquhoun at University College in London for the hellfire he rained down on us over my lecture on The Supramolecular Chemistry of the Homeopathic Remedy in Josephon’s Mind Matter symposium at the Cavendish Laboratory, dumping dozens of emails on the HoD, protesting my appearance there in 2010 in Cambridge, England.

I even invited my friend Uri Geller, who wisely begged off attending and remote viewed it from his White House style mansion on the Thames.

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The bugbomb I left with Ernst and company was labelled “Murder by Homeopathy.”

Response to Ernst: Certainly as a self professed TRAINED homeopath you are aware of aggravations, doctor?

AGGRAVATION

Mary Baker Eddy, the 19th century founder of Christian Science, also a homeopath, student of Jahr, married to and divorced from a homeopath, and the adoptive mother of a homeopath, in her opus work, Science and Health, relates one of her cases in which she gives a patient a placebo instead of potentized Sulphur so as to avoid an aggravation:

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.”

So here is what impresses me as a relatively naïve homeopath, as most seem to be, almost as naïve as their critics, who in giving homeopathic medicines “began to fear an aggravation of symptoms from their prolonged use.” If these presumably inert “medicines” are incapable of producing an effect due to their benign chemistry, why is it a homeopath is giving an intended placebo to avoid an “aggravation”, illness intensified by an overdose, unless by experience and education she was aware of the likelihood of it?

I was brought onto the scene of a man lying dead in the street, surrounded by crouching paramedics, like Muslims throwing dice in a mosque. I knew of his case second hand from a relative. He was suffering from post-alcoholism, internal tumors and pancreatis (see Clarke, and died after drinking what was a small bottle of homeopathic Calcarea Arsenicosa , an LM, (see Clarke,Calc. Ars.) which caused the tumors to suddenly suppurate. Unfortunately they didn’t do an autopsy to plumb my assertions.

Omnes: “Homeopathics are nothing but pure water/ethanol joking as “medicine. Since when does the placebo effect kill somebody?”

Exactly the best defense for a homeopath’s incompetence. If it’s treated as placebo then it relieves the homeopath of a huge liabilty, leaving it to God to separate the men from boys, or with deference to sex and fairness, the women from the girls. And maybe this is how it should be . .

I have a serious condition that has me in its throws, and counting a Banerji protocol as one, five homeopaths who without agreement on even one have recommended 11 different remedies in low to high potencies. With the overlap in symptoms they treat, each prescription could be right. For exanole, there are 24 different substances found in the materia medicas prescribed for the shaking palsey or paralysis agitans, better known nowadays as Parkinson’s, and who knows how many there are for just plain paralysis. Or they all could be ineffective.

Well, have I or have I not nailed the diathesis?

LIFE SENTENCE

Here is James Kent regarding grafting on symptoms for life:

“Crude drugs do not impress the vital force, so lastingly, but an individual who is thoroughly sensitive and properly sensitive, as sensitive of contagion, then if you undertake to prove by giving it night and morning, you will rivet upon him a life-long miasm.

“If you have given a medicine, wait for the symptoms to come and go in the natural manner. To a great extent this is the tendency with sycosis, the tendency is rather outward.

“We see in the proving of a drug what we see in disease. When a gonorrhoea is contracted, it goes through the prodromal period and then comes the disease, which, if let alone, has in its nature a tendency to eradicate itself from the economy, and then the patients do not suffer from lasting conditions.

“In the old school, they always suppress the discharge, and there are those in the new school who do little better.

The frequent repetition by which one is exposed, would not increase the gonorrhea itself, because the susceptibility is satisfied.

“The taking of more of the drug to prove it does not do so much harm, provided the one who is directing the proving realizes when the symptoms begin to rise, and then stops the drug.

“Now if we go on with the proving by repeating the doses after the symptoms come on, we force the drug into the economy when he is already poisoned, and by this means we get a confusion in the symptoms, the drug disease engrafted upon that individual for life.” Kent, Lectures, Thuja

Here’s Kent on the inevitability of murdering someone using supramoleculars:

POWERFUL ENOUGH TO KILL

It might be dangerous to administer these medicines that have a tendency to cause suppuration in such, and you should at least proceed cautiously in using them. After you have seen a great many cases you will find that you have killed some of them. If our medicines were not powerful enough to kill folks, they would not be powerful enough to cure sick folks. It is well for you to realize that you are dealing with razors when dealing with high potencies.

I would rather be in a room with a dozen negroes slashing with razors than in the hands of ail ignorant prescriber of high potencies. They are means of tremendous harm, as well as of tremendous good.

In contrast with Hepar (although Hepar is a form of Calcarea), Calc. carb. has no such tearing down nature in it. It does not establish inflammation around foreign bodies and tend to suppurate them but causes a fibrous deposit around bullets and other foreign, substances in the flesh. It causes tubercular deposits to harden and contract and become encysted.

Many excellent homoeopathic physicians have said to me,

“I do not agree with you as to the danger of Sulphur in phthisical cases. I have cured cases of phthisis with Sulphur.”

So have I many of them. But I did not refer to curable cases, but to those cases which are well developed and have gave symptoms. It is well to know all the elements in the case; then if you have administered a remedy and killed your patient, you know at least what you have done.

It is better to know what you have dne if you have killed your patient, than to be ignorant of it and go on and kill some more in the same way.”

Kent, Lectures, Hepar sulph

For those who may not know, Kent is widely recognized as one of the greatest homeopaths of all time.

Wikipedia, which belongs to Ernst side of the equation and runs to him for assurances thar homeopathy is plain water says, James Tyler Kent (1849–1916) was an American physician best remembered as a forefather of modern homeopathy. In 1897 Kent published a massive guidebook on human physical and mental disease symptoms and their associated homeopathic remedies entitled Repertory of the Homeopathic Materia Medica, which has been translated into a number of languages. It has been the blueprint to many modern repertories used throughout the world and even remains in use by some homeopathic practitioners today.”,

So let me pose this question to Prof.Ernst and his followers and the countless others who believe homeopathic medicines are inert, how is it that a physician of Kent’s stature is writing indelibly to no benefit to himself about what has been an overwhelmingly strident, putative belief, supported by academia and governments, that thesse supramolecular medicine have no action on the human economy other than what can be dreamed up by placebos?

Kent’s frank admission of the potential permanent and terminal effects of homeopathic remedies should give immediate pause if not dire alarm to the Craft, manufacturers and authorities, and a call to action. But what comes next shouuld make your hair stand on end , ,

The Materia Medica of the Nosodes by Henry Clay ALLEN, M. D.

PROVINGS OF THE X-RAY.

Here is a field of action in which the potentized dynamic remedy bids fair to be unrivaled, for there is no known homeopathic agent, either crude or potentized, that in its primary action is so deep-seated or long-acting in results. Neither is there any known agent that will more surely suppress and render incurable many chronic diseases as this, or none which better illustrates what Shakespeare said so long ago, that,

“Fools rush in where angels fear to tread,” or where

“A little learning is a dangerous thing,

Drink deep or touch not the Pyerion spring.”

There is no therapeutic agent that so often cures, and so often fails where we think it ought to cure, in its empirical use, as this. If when its empirical use has roused latent vitality and restored suppressed symptoms we could correctly observe and interpret them, and for them find the similimum, what possibilities lie in the future ?

As maintained by Hahnemann, Hering and Fincke and demonstrated by the work of the Austrian Provers’ Union, the dynamic potentized drug is the chief factor in both proving and healing.

Like Magnetis Polus Australis and other imponderabilia, electricity and the X-ray are both capable of potentization, and the potentized dynamic remedy is just as superior to the crude drug as Aurum, Lycopodium, Silicea or Sulphur.

A very able description of the discovery of the X-ray by Professor Roentgen was given in the Homeopathic Physician (March, 1896), by Dr. Walter M. James, and concluded with the words :

“Why should not the homeopathist seek to procure a proving of the effects of the X-ray upon the animal economy of the human being ? An inviting field is there opened up to the experimenters of our school. May it soon be cultivated !”

March 27, 1897.

A drachm vial filled with absolute alcohol was exposed to a Crook’s tube in operation for half an hour, and then brought up to the sixth centesimal potency. With this smallest globules were moistened and the vials containing them presented to the members of the Brooklyn Hahnemannian Union, which met the same evening in regular session.

Of course everyone was curious of trying the new remedy and took a small number of globules on the tongue at once, and lo ! it began to reveal its existence immediately, and during the two hours of our being together a number of symptoms were observed, which were at once announced and taken down by our diligent Secretary. Some of the members from that time have been seriously affected, that they would not for any consideration try any more of that mysterious power.

The following is a narrative of its action upon the several provers, being perfectly healthy up to that time, which lasted from the beginning to two months. The action reveals not only new symptoms, but also hunted up many old ones.

If it is assumed that glass is opaque to the X-ray, it was not so in our case, for the alcohol in the vial was certainly affected by it, as the result of the provings show. If the X-ray penetrates certain tissues of the body in order to make the condition of the opaque organs, such as the bones and foreign bodies contained in the body, visible, it also shows its penetration into that invisible interior of the human being, which is under the dominion of the life-force.

Dr. Alice B. Campbell, one of the provers, said :

“Dr. Fincke presented each of us with a bottle of the X-rays, and said : ‘It is a sample, you can take a dose.’ Each of us took a dose. I thought it was such a low potency that it would not have any effect, and that was the reason I took it. We did not know what it was going to do. I took just the one dose.”

I was in the best of health and spirits when I began to use the X-ray ; was a healthy girl, never had a doctor until pregnancy.

Nov. 24, 1906. A lady, aged 56, hereditary cancer in her family ; mother died of it at 52. For an injury of right breast, which resulted in a tumor, which would probably develop into cancer, the X-ray was used for months, reduced its size and entirely relieved the pain. Some time after a stiffening of neck on left side appeared, to which little attention was paid.

Suddenly one morning it went to right side, with intense pain, from which I have never been free for a moment since. Pain severe every night, and occurs in paroxysms during the day. Sudden “cricks” attack first one side, then the other < on getting cold, and turning the head nearly produces convulsions. The pain is more severe behind the ears,, the mastoid process. A sickening grating is heard between the bones of the cervical spine on turning the head. Skin behind the ears red and sore to touch.

The grating is heard and felt in nearly all the joints, especially the shoulders ; toe pains are ‘steady, but at times will appear in sharp “cricks,” then in streaks down the course of the nerves < by moving head or neck ; moving the head on pillow at night is agony. Sometimes the pain is relieved on keeping perfectly quiet, again gentle motion relieves.

Have read all the stiff neck symptoms in Lippe, Hering, Raue, T. F. Allen and other works ; the indicated remedy has failed to give me slightest relief.

Dec. 1, 1906. Last three days left side of head and neck pain intensely and constantly, at times paroxysms of cramping pain in cord, from left shoulder to head, and sharp shooting pain in head, back and above left ear. Cords feel too short. Only relief I have is in walking the floor. Skin is so sore, cannot bear the slightest touch, though hard pressure relieves for an instant. I am nearly mad with pain. (Dr : G– has said frequently in the last month that he was afraid that I was getting too much X-ray ; I though not, although I thought it very queer he could not relieve my pain.)

Jan. 9, 1907. Have taken no X-ray treatment since Nov. 23d. Have not been out of the house for six weeks. Suffered torture for four weeks at every motion of head, neck or shoulders. The neuralgic pains were torturing, and the best selected remedies had little or no effect.

Spigelia partially relieved severity of pains, but they appeared on the right side of head and neck, yet never left the left side for an instant. Atropin relieved the right sided pain for 24 hours, but neck and shoulder are still lame. I now have no severe pain, if I lie still on left side of face and body, but am unable to lift head from pillow without taking my hands, and then only by a slow circular motion.

I can sit up or stand for 15 or 30 minutes, and then clutching, shooting, aching pains begin behind left ear, and in muscles of left side of neck, and I must lie down on left side, and in a few minutes am free from pain. The stinging, contracting of the muscles relieved, but the pain in back. of head is still persistent. Massage, at times, has given slight relief, at other times the slightest touch is so painful that it cannot be borne. Heat relieves the pains at times, but Arsenic does not.

Jan. 14. Improving some ; yesterday could lie with a much higher pillow, first time in six weeks. Should be able to bear the pains could the darting, aching, clutching pain in the bone behind the left ear, which makes its appearance every time I sit up over twenty minutes, be relieved. The stinging, contracting pain is better, and notwithstanding all the suffering from the last few weeks, I do not look as if I had been ill ; color good and gaining weight.

The tumor in breast is softening some, and decreasing in size.

The X-ray treatment was always the very lightest possible, and never once colored the skin red, although tanning it very brown. Took it at first but once a week ; the effect being so good, applied it every third or fourth day.

The first pain I had was a slight stiffness of neck on left side. In March it was only felt on turning in bed at night ; increased slightly and gradually until Nov. 1st ; though I had one severe paroxysm of pain in right side of neck in May, relieved by hot applications, which still give some relief at times. Sitting in the hot sun shining on my neck gives some relief. Have suffered intensely of late from flushes of heat, similar to those I had during climacteric ; better afternoons and evenings.

The back of head at times seems perfectly well-next moment cannot bear slightest touch or lift my head from the pillow without great pain on both sides in muscles of neck. left

1. Dr. B. L. B. B., after one dose of X-ray 6 cent.

A magnetic thrill in right hand extending up forearm, immediately.

No particular symptoms the next day.

Next morning awaked earlier than usual by dull aching in the left side of occiput, and immediately in left sacro-iliac region, then on posterior aspect of left thigh and calf, a dull ache.

These pains extend from above downward, not severe, lasting fifteen minutes.

In afternoon suddenly a sharp ache in left side of occiput on a small area. This occurred two or three times at intervals of some hours without regularity.

After that in the course of two or three days a trouble which he had once before, a catarrhal condition of inflammation of rectum with discharge of mucus, slightly bloody, after action of bowels.

Corns on soles of feet more sensitive than formerly, consisting of thickening of cuticle, and sometimes a little pin-head depression which does not scale off.

2. Dr. Miss Alice B. C., after one dose X-ray 6 cent.

A feeling on the external orbital margin as if it might be an ache, immediately.

Buzzing in right ear with pressure extending to temples.

Bearing down of eyelids.

Woke with headache next morning, continuing at intervals during whole day.

A pressing across forehead, with a miserable feeling generally as though going to be sick.

Sleepy with headache.

Bloody mucus from nose.

No appetite for anything, only sweet pudding or cake most tolerable.

Aversion to meat.

Heaviness and fullness in lower abdomen after eating small quantity.

Uneasy feeling in lower abdomen at intervals like fomentation, as though diarrhea would follow.

Most distress after midday and evening meal. Abdomen distended with full feeling.

(Pulsatilla, which a year ago helped for months a train of symptoms, had only very slight effect.

Drawing gnawing in the region of appendix as though inflammation were beginning.

Sensation in right lower abdomen as though bubbles were forming and wanting to burst (relieved by Taraxacum for twenty-four hours).

Flatulence with ineffectual desire for stool.

Seven days after taking the medicine was roused out of bed at 4 A. M. with desire for stool, and complete evacuation of immense quantity followed by nausea and vomiting, profuse sweat.

Colicky pain in right lower abdomen, sometimes extending behind hip, and retained urine.

Tenesmus vesicae continuing for twelve hours to 4 P. M., when the urine came freer.

Vomiting ceased though colic-pains remained for twelve days.

Moving aggravated pains especially on right side of abdomen, which seemed to adhere to the walls, feeling as if being torn off. Had to keep a large towel-pad between abdomen and thigh to support abdomen and prevent the excruciating pain.

Ate nothing for three days.

Thirst for cold drinks, though nothing tastes good. Tongue thickly coated.

Breath foul.

Only snatches of sleep during these twelve days, always followed by terrible mental depression, did not want to answer questions, did not want to see anybody nor speak to anybody, misanthropy.

Chills as soon as beginning to sleep running up back, preventing sleep.

Dreams of distressing nature.

Recurrence of a dream that used to trouble her many years ago.

This dream was repeated at wide intervals over twenty years ago. Now it came every night for five times.

Seven days from beginning of the attack had a return of renal colic with vomiting, continuous nausea, cold sweat and retention of urine on left side. A clutching pain from kidney to bladder that never relaxed for four hours, causing the wildest demonstration of agony, ghastly face, blue rings around sunken eyes, violent trembling, frightful restlessness, cold sweat, urine retained in ureter, giving a perfect picture of Tabacum which also relieved the symptoms. As soon as the pains in the ureter relaxed, the urine seemed to fill up the bladder and then passed without pain. Some spasm remained and was relieved by Cantharis in five minutes. (He had something like this before, about a year ago, by all means not so severe, a mere strangury.)

Varicose veins inside of knees and legs, with swelling and soreness (after years returned).

The palms of the hands, which were rough and scaly and bleeding at times, became entirely smooth during proving. Healing action. After that the hands went back to former condition while general health improved.

Prostration for a long time.

During the continued action of the X-ray she suffered so much that for some time she had to take medicine to counteract it. All these symptoms have been thrown out.

3. Dr. John B. C., March 28th, 1897, took X-ray 6 cent., three doses in globules ten minutes apart.

Five minutes after second dose.

Sensation of fullness of head with slight full feeling in both ears, worse in right ear.

Feeling in head and nose as if coryza were about to commence, with some slight desire to sneeze.

Sense of pressive fullness starting from posterior prominence of vertex in a straight line to bridge of nose, followed by fullness in entire vertex extending to bridge of nose.

Tingling in both arms as of an electric current, or as if asleep.

Intermittent, slightly burning rheumatic-like pain in right carpo-metacarpal articulation extending from index-finger up outside of forearm.

Aggravation of fullness over vertex worse along centre to nose, worse stooping.

Dull pain in right sciatic nerve, worse on walking.

Wandering pains in chest, sticking in character, worse on right side.

Sticking pains in different parts of head and face.

Rheumatic pains in different parts of head and face.

Rheumatic pains in front of right thigh.

March 29th.

Bad taste in forenoon.

Disagreeable fullness of head all morning, with bland coryza

and stoppage of nostrils.

General tired and sick feeling.

Symptoms gradually increasing in severity after noon.

Headache gradually extending to frontal region, worse in centre of forehead.

Sense of pressure in centre of forehead.

Dull headache in morning, worse stooping and after rising. Symptoms all intermittent in character, they have all returned.

Sensation of sulphur-vapor in nose, with much sneezing.

Aching pain across top of head, coronal suture, on blowing nose and after it.

Pain in dorsal region.

Sulphur-vapor sensation in throat and nose.

Intermittent noise as of deep steam whistle in left ear, and ringing in head.

Mental processes not clear ; writes wrong words in letters.

Stitching pain in right upper chest, going through to upper part of scapula.

Rheumatic pain in left wrist and forearm.

Lame and stiff in back.

Aching whole length of spine.

Chilly while undressing in warns room.

March 30.

Constant ache in vertex, worse on waking, also worse coughing, sneezing, motion or head low.

Rheumatic twinge in last two phalangeal articulations of index and middle finger for a short time in forenoon.

Appetite diminished.

Nose stopped, worse on left side.

Throat painful on swallowing.

Sense of painful lump about left tonsil, worse swallowing.

Very vivid lewd dreams repeated night after night.

Dreams of strife, busy dreams.

Sleep not unrefreshing, though apparently dreaming al night.

Remark of the Prover.

This medicine resurrects old troubles that have been long dormant, and remedies that formerly helped have little, if any, effect against the renewed difficulty In five provers old symptoms were brought to light. In some cases the symptoms had been absent one year, some six twelve or even thirty years.

May 24.

No appetite for breakfast (an old symptom absent for years).

Re-appearance of an old slight pimply eruption on left side of forehead.

Persistent exhaustion and languor ; this last was marked and not attributable to spring.

Return of a slight eruption on outside of lower legs, burning when scratched, worse after scratching (absent for months) .

Observation of the Prover.

It seems this medicine might be used in three ways : left To develop old troubles or those which might become latent from any cause including suppression. 2. To develop acute symptoms already present as against its own pathogenetic phenomena. 3. As an antipsoric somewhat like Sulphur.

4. Dr. Miss C., March 27, 9 P. M., one dose X-ray 6 cent.

An indescribable sensation in esophagus, immediately.

Pain in right side of head above temple. Palpitation during evening, causing cough.

Pulsations greatly diffused and violent, provoking an exclamation which was repressed, accompanied with a desire to walk in open air, and entirely relieved by lying down.

Before going to sleep, dull pain in upper jaw on right side.

Scraping pain in lateral incisor, aggravated by noises and jarring of cars.

March 28. After waking at daybreak next morning sensation in dorsal region of spine, as if its convexity were anterior and drawn far forward, lasting but a minute, and followed by a very uncomfortable feeling in that region, lasting a much longer time.

In morning after rising and before eating, a cough caused by an irritation in larynx, accompanied by a pain in right side just above crest of ilium ; eating relieved cough, but side felt bruised when bending, or jarring, or pressing it.

Red, smooth eruption on right side of face.

Sore pain in cartilage of left ear, felt when pressing it, later in right ear.

March 29.

Pain darting upward in region of left ovary, when sitting, walking or standing.

March 31.

After eating at noon, a sensation of a long and narrow foreign body lodged in pharynx, unmoved by swallowing, aggravated by swallowing.

After this passed away, pharynx felt hollow and sore on deglutition.

Sharp pain at apex of heart, better by lying on left side.

Had always heat and swelling of feet in spring which is better now. Healing action.

5. Dr. St. C., after one dose X-ray 6 cent.

Threatening headache, pressure through temples, immediately

Aching of extensor muscle of forearm, going up to shoulder.

6. Mrs. E. C., after one dose of X-ray 6 cent.

Drawing, aching discomfort in right thigh through hip and knee down through toes, immediately.

Sciatic pain in right hip.

Palpitation of heart.

In less than a week began to cough, with tearing sensation in bronchi, hoarseness, palpitation.

Chilliness on moving or from draft.

Eyeballs sore.

Lame and sore all over.

Wave-like sensation as if would break out in perspiration.

Stools green though normal in consistency.

Teeth covered with a gray-green deposit. Menses dark green one day.

Second day of menses violent sick headache, pulsating pressure outward in forehead as if bursting, vomiting, pain relieved by hot water application.

Phlegm of greenish hue causing cough in crawling up.

7. Dr. L. M. L., after one dose of X-ray 6 cent.

Drawing in and heaviness across brow approaching nose and resting there.

Ears more clear from ringing and from dullness of hearing than for many years.

Healing action.

Rheumatic pains in right wrist and arm.

Headache across brow and a different pain in temples.

Eyelids feel sleepy and heavy.

Tingling like pins and needles in left hand.

Improvement of hearing continues.

8. Dr. F. H. L., after one dose of X-ray 6 cent.

Tingling in right hand, immediately.

Pain-across brow over bridge of nose.

9. Dr. Miss R. After one dose X-ray 7 cent.

Lower part of both legs asleep, tingling feeling as if from electric battery increased in right, immediately.

A feeling as if some one were drawing icy hands over the thigh downward aggravatingly slow. (Return of an old symptom twelve years ago after a nervous shock which did not return for five years.)

Three years ago proved Uranium nitrate.

Up to that time had never missed a regular menstruation, but it has been irregular ever since.

Had not menstruated for six months till after taking X-ray, when it was almost prostrating.

Three or four days previously felt from waist down as if bursting and wanting to hold herself up, with distention and weight in abdomen, relieved by flow, violent, profuse, without pain. Flow lasting seven days.

Mental condition upset, felt as if she would like to kill somebody.

Heavy pressure on vertex as from a hand (old symptom absent a year).

10. Mr. Davis S. took one dose X-ray 6 cent. 1897, March 28.

Next day mental irritability.

Trembling all over.

Body tired and exhausted.

Pain on right side of head passing around base of brain to left ear, followed by paralytic numbness.

Nervous.

Powerlessness of limbs.

Slightly sick of stomach.

A sensation of hyperesthesia or nervous concentration in bridge of nose.

Sore feeling across loins as after a heavy cold.

Fullness in ears, worse in right ear, worse by inserting finger.

Pressing outward in ears.

Sensation as of a cool drop of sweat going down left side of spine.

Sense of contraction across middle chest.

Chills going down back, followed by paralytic feeling in right cheek.

Muscles feel soft subjectively.

Tongue felt dry, rough, sore, scraped.

Soreness in small of back.

Sleepy and unable to sleep for some hours after retiring.

On rising in morning expectoration of considerable mucus.

Generally worse in open air.

Nasal discharge thin.

Mentally irritable.

Headache and soreness worse toward afternoon.

Mental and physical aggravation markedly pronounced toward evening.

Bitter taste.

Pain in left temple, worse at 8 P. M.

Contraction of chest at night, relieved by belching.

Slight electric current sensation in left side of tongue and face, passing over and disappearing on right side of face at 8.25 P. M.

Much expectoration of tough lumps as large as fingers’ ends, whitish like gelatine, raised easily.

At first had desire for sweets.

The sleeplessness, which was getting constant and troublesome, seemed to be relieved permanently by a bottle of Pabst Malt Extract.

May 1st. Drowsy at night when sitting up.

Drowsiness leaves the instant he lies down, so he cannot sleep.

Reappearance of many symptoms which occurred during an attack of inflammatory rheumatism, twenty-five years ago.

Painful bulging of left chest over the cardiac region.

Sensation in right eye as though bulging.

Right eye sore to touch.

On closing eye in dark sees old women’s and old men’s ugly faces.

A paralytic sensation extending from spine down left leg.

Twitching internally in various parts of body.

All symptoms worse towards evening and at night.

On inside of left knee sensation in different spots, painful as if hairs were being pulled out, worse on walking, better on rubbing and scratching.

Sexual desire lost.

Raising of jelly-like mucus, worse in forenoon, tenacious and tough.

Grayish expectoration.

While lying on left side, heart-sounds keep him awake.

Goes to sleep on right but wakes on left side.

Symptoms better after Bell. or Acon. for a short time, better from ale, which puts him to sleep.

Sleepy during day.

Waking frequently at night from no apparent cause.

Spells of feverishness, perspiration and weakness.

On straining at stool, a sore sensation in nates.

Rheumatic-like fever in trunk, pain steady and dull going steadily from trunk to legs and finally to heels, worse left knee, worse stepping on heel, on underside.

Head feels empty as though scraped out, worse at night in bed.

Can’t hold things in left hand, being powerless or clumsy.

All symptoms worse in bed.

Third day after taking.

Slight nose-bleed on left side at 4 :30 P. M.

Sensation of swooning at times during day and night, feeling like dying.

Rheumatic pains in limbs (an old symptom of rheumatism resurrected even to an old soreness in heels).

Soreness worse in legs and arms and around heart, dull and constant.

No hunger, goes till he feels faint, can eat plenty but does not enjoy it.

Frequent urination, worse after getting into bed.

Testes relaxed, impotent feeling.

Pressure in small of back as from congestion about kidneys.

Sharp stabbing pain in left temple, which staggered him, followed by clearing up of mental functions-the heart immediately felt this impulse.

Left chest bulged out (like enlargement of heart in old rheumatism twenty-five years ago).

A sensation in left side as if fingers pressed the cartilages in, followed by sensation as though something broke inside, with temporary relief.

Sensation of drops of water trickling down on inside of chest.

Wind around heart, flatus and flatulence as though diarrhea would commence.

Unnatural lewd or disgusting dreams, occurring on several nights, or several times in one night.

Proving of X-Ray

Mind and Disposition (X-Ray)

Clearing up of mental function after sharp stabbing pain in left temple staggering him, the heart feeling the impulse immediately.

Mental condition upset during profuse menstruation, would like to kill somebody.

Mental depression after snatches of sleep for twelve days.

Mental irritability.

Mental processes not clear, writes wrong words in letters.

Misanthropy during renal colic, did not want to answer questions, did not want to see anybody or to talk to anybody, being completely prostrated.

Head (X-Ray)

A feeling at right external orbital margin as if it might be an ache, immediately (the first symptom observed).

A pressing across forehead with a miserable feeling generally as though going to be sick.

Aching on top of head across along coronal suture on blowing nose and after it.

Aggravation of fullness over vertex, worse along the centre to nose and when stooping over.

Awoke with headache next morning, continuing at intervals through whole day.

Back of head at times seems perfectly well, next moment cannot bear slightest touch or lift my head from the pillow without great pain on both sides and in muscles of neck.

Cannot bear slightest touch, though hard pressure relieves for an instant ; > by walking the floor.

Constant ache in vertex, worse on awaking, also on coughing, sneezing, or head low.

Cords feel too short.

Disagreeable fullness of head all morning, with bland coryza and stoppage of nostrils.

Drawing in and across the brow approaching nose and resting there, immediately.

Dull headache in morning, worse when stooping and after rising.

Feeling in head and nose as if coryza would set in, with slight desire to sneeze.

Head feels empty as though scraped, worse at night in bed.

Headache across brow, and a different pain in temples.

Headache and soreness, worse toward afternoon.

Headache gradually extending to frontal region, worse in centre of forehead.

Heavy pressure on vertex as from a hand (old symptom, absent a year).

Morning awaking earlier than usual with dull aching in left occiput, and immediately in left sacro-iliac region, lasting fifteen minutes.

Neuralgic pains.

Pain across brow over bridge of nose.

Pain by lying on left side of face and body.

Pain in back of head > at times by massage slightly, also by heat.

Pain in left side of head and neck, intensely and constantly, at times paroxysms of cramping pain in cord, from left shoulder to head, back and above left ear.

Pain in left temple, worse 8 P. M.

Pain in right side of head above temple.

Pain in right side of head, passing around base of brain to right ear, followed by paralytic numbness.

Pains steady, but at times appear in sharp “cricks,” then in streaks down the course of the nerves < by turning the head or neck ; moving the head on pillow at night is agony ; > keeping perfectly quiet ; again by gentle motion.

Sensation of fullness of head with slight full feeling in ears, worse in right ear.

Sense of pressive fullness starting from posterior prominence of vertex in a central straight line to bridge of nose, followed by fullness in entire vertex extending to bridge of nose.

Sense of pressure in centre of forehead.

Sharp stabbing in left temple, followed by clearing up mental function, the heart immediately feeling the impulse.

Sickening grating between the bones of the cervical spine on turning the head.

Sleepy with headache.

Sticking pains in different parts of head and face.

Suddenly sharp ache in left occiput on small area, recurring two or three times at intervals of some hours, without regularity.

Threatening headache, pressure through temples.

Unable to lift head from pillow without taking hands, and then by a slow circular motion.

Violent sick-headache second day of menses, pulsating pressure outward in forehead as if bursting, vomiting, pain relieved by hot water applications.

Neck (X-Ray)

Aching pains in left side of neck.

Clutching, shooting, aching pains begin behind left ear and in muscles of left side of neck on sitting up over twenty minutes ; > by lying on left side.

Pain on both sides and in muscles of neck when lifting head from pillow.

Pain relieved on keeping perfectly quiet ; sometimes by gentle motion.

Pains more severe behind the ears-the mastoid process.

Stiffness on left side of neck, turning in bed.

Stiffness on right side of neck, with intense pain at night ; occurs in paroxysms during the day > somewhat by hot applications.

Stinging contracting pain.

Sudden “cricks” attack first one side of neck, then the other, < on getting cold ; turning the head nearly produces convulsions.

Eyes (X-Ray)

Bearing down of eyelids.

Congestion of eyes in forenoon, worse on rising.

Eyeballs sore.

Eyelids heavy and sleepy.

On closing eyes in dark sees old men’s and women’s ugly faces.

Right eye sore to touch.

Sensation in right eye as if bulging.

Ears (X-Ray)

Buzzing in right ear with pressure extending to temples.

Ears snore clear from ringing and dullness of hearing than for many years, an improvement lasting up to this day.

Fullness in ears, more right, and fullness in head.

Fullness in ears, worse in right ear, worse by inserting finger.

Healing action.

Intermittent noise as of deep steam-whistle in left ear, and ringing in head.

Pressing outward in ears.

Sore pain in cartilage of left ear when pressing it, later in right ear.

Nose (X-Ray)

Bloody mucus from the nose.

Congested sensation in head and nose as before coryza.

Flowing coryza with stoppage of nostrils and fullness in head, forenoon.

Nasal discharge thin.

Nose stopped on left side.

On blowing nose and after it aching across top of head along coronal suture.

Sensation of hyperesthesia or nervous concentration in bridge of nose.

Sensation of sulphur-vapor in nose with much sneezing.

Sulphur-vapor sensation in throat and nose.

Face (X-Ray)

Dull pain in right upper jaw.

Paralytic feeling in right cheek, preceded by chills going down back.

Red, smooth eruption on right side of face.

Slight electric current sensation in left side of tongue and face, passing over and disappearing in right side of face.

Stinging pains in different parts of head and face.

Mouth (X-Ray)

Scraping pain in lateral incisor, aggravated by noises and jarring of cars.

Teeth covered with a gray-green deposit.

Tongue dry, rough, sore and scraped.

Tongue slightly coated.

Throat (X-Ray)

After eating at noon, sensation of a long and narrow foreign body lodged in pharynx, removed by swallowing, aggravated by swallowing. After this passed away, pharynx felt hollow and sore on deglutition.

Foul breath.

Indescribable sensation in esophagus, immediately.

Sense of painful lump about left tonsil, worse swallowing.

Sulphur-vapor sensation in nose and throat.

Throat painful on swallowing.

Appetite (X-Ray)

Appetite diminished.

Ate nothing for three days.

Aversion to meat.

Bad taste in forenoon.

Bitter taste.

Can eat plenty but does not enjoy it.

Desire for sweets.

More thirst than usual.

Most distress after midday and evening meal.

No appetite for anything except sweet pudding or cake.

No appetite for breakfast (old symptom absent for two years).

No hunger, goes till he feels faint.

Thirst for cold drinks, though nothing tastes good.

Nausea, Vomiting (X-Ray)

Nausea and vomiting with profuse sweat after immense stool at 4 A. M., seven days after taking.

Slightly sick at stomach.

Vomiting ceased, though colic pain remained in lower abdomen for twelve days.

Abdomen (X-Ray)

Abdomen distended with full feeling. (Pulsatilla, which a year ago helped for months a train of symptoms, had only very slight effect.)

Colicky pains in right lower abdomen, sometimes extending behind the hip, and retained urine.

Drawing gnawing in region of appendix, as though inflammation were beginning.

Flatulence with ineffectual desire for stool.

Flatulence with ineffectual desire for stool.

Had to keep a large towel pad between abdomen and thigh to support abdomen and prevent the excruciating pain.
Pain in right side just above crest of ilium, with an irritation in larynx causing cough in morning after rising, and before eating ;
eating relieved cough, but the side felt bruised when bending, or jarring, or pressing it.

Heaviness and fullness in lower abdomen after eating small quantity.

Moving aggravates the colic pains, especially on right of abdomen, which seemed adhered to walls, feeling as if torn off.

Sensation in right lower abdomen, as though bubbles were forming and wanting to burst (relieved by Taraxacum for twenty-four hours).

Uneasy feeling in lower abdomen at intervals like fomentation, as though diarrhea would follow.

Wind around heart, flatus and flatulence as though diarrhea would commence.

Stool (X-Ray)

Catarrhal inflammation of rectum, with discharge of mucus slightly bloody after action of bowels, in course of two or three days (a trouble he had once before).

Ineffectual urging to stool, with flatulence.

On straining at stool a sore sensation in nates.

Seven days after taking medicine roused out of bed at 4 A. M. with desire for stool and complete evacuation of immense quantity, followed by nausea and vomiting, profuse sweat, pain in right lower abdomen, retained urine, vesical tenesmus continuing for twelve hours, till 4 P. M., after which urine became freer, vomiting ceased ; colic pains remained for twelve days.

Stools green, though normal in consistency.

Urine (X-Ray)

A clutching pain from left kidney to bladder that never relaxed for two hours, causing the wildest demonstration of agony, ghastly face, blue rings around sunken eyes, cold sweat with trembling, frightful restlessness, urine retained in ureter (giving a perfect picture of Tabacum which relieved at once).

As soon as the pain in ureter relaxed after it, urine was filling up the bladder and then passed without pain.

Frequent urination, worse after getting into bed.

Great prostration followed this attack,

Pressure as from congestion about kidneys.

Retained urine, vesical tenesmus after enormous evacuation, vomiting for twelve hours to 4 P. M.

Seven days from beginning of attack return of renal colic with vomiting, continuous nausea and retention of urine on left side.

Some spasm remained and was relieved by Cantharis in five minutes. (She had something of a like trouble a year ago, but not so severe as this, only a strangury.)

Male Sexual Organs (X-Ray)

Sexual desire lost in man.

Testes relaxed, impotent feeling.

Unnatural or disgusting, lewd dreams on several nights, or several times in one night.

Female Sexual Organs (X-Ray)

After cessation of menstruation for six months it reappeared again, violent, profuse, without pain but prostrating, the flow lasting several days.

Flushes of heat ; better afternoons and evenings.

Menses dark green one day.

Mental condition upset, she would like to kill somebody (three years ago she proved Uranium nitrate. Up to that time had never missed a regular menstruation, but irregular ever since).

Pain darting upward in region of left ovary when sitting, walking or standing.

Second day of menses a violent sick headache, pulsating pressure outward in forehead as if bursting, vomiting (pain relieved by hot water application).

Three or four days before menstruation, felt from waist down as if bursting with distention and weight in abdomen, and wanted to hold herself up, relieved by the flow.

Air Passages (X-Ray)

Cough caused by palpitation during evening.

Grayish expectoration.

In less than a week a cough with tearing sensation in bronchi, hoarseness, palpitation.

In morning after rising and before eating, a cough caused by irritation in larynx, accompanied a pain in right side just above the crest of ilium, eating relieved cough, but side felt bruised when bending, jarring or pressing it.

Much expectoration of tough mucus as large as fingers’ ends, whitish like gelatine, raised easily.

On rising in morning expectoration of considerable white mucus.

Phlegm of greenish hue causing cough in crawling up.

Raising of jelly-like mucus, worse in forenoon, tenacious and tough.

In two cases of gonorrhea, obstinate in character, deficient in symptoms, on which to make an accurate prescription, due, probably, to the deep sycotic diathesis, the X-ray not only developed all the acute symptoms of original attack but revealed the remedy (Merc. cor.) which promptly and permanently cured the disease and an old catarrhal deafness as well.

In two other cases, which had resisted the best of treatment for months, the remedy developed numerous sycotic excrescences on glans and the symptoms calling for the similimum were sharply indicated, and it cured permanently.

The physical and mental incubus, which for months had made one patient’s life a burden, was immediately removed on the reappearance of the condylomata, which had followed suppression by injections and were subsequently disbursed by cauterization.

Chest (X-Ray)

Contraction of chest at night relieved by belching.

Left chest bulged out like enlargement of heart (old symptom of inflammatory rheumatism twenty-five years ago).

Sensation in left side as if fingers pressed costal cartilages in, followed by sensation as if something broke inside, with temporary relief.

Sensation of drops of water trickling down on inside of chest.

Sense of contraction across middle chest.

Stitching pain in right upper chest going through to upper part of scapula.

Wandering sticking pains in chest, worse on right side.

Heart (X-Ray)

Dull and constant soreness around heart, and worse in legs and arms,

Heart’s sounds keep him awake while lying on left side.

Painful bulging of left chest over cardiac region (old symptom of inflammatory rheumatism twenty-five years ago).

Palpitation during evening causing cough.

Palpitation with a cough with tearing sensation in bronchi and hoarseness.

Pulsations greatly diffused and violent, provoking an exclamation, which was suppressed, accompanied with a desire to walk in open air, and entirely relieved by lying down.

Sharp pain at apex of heart, better by lying on left side.

Wind around heart ; flatus and flatulence as though diarrhea would begin.

Back (X-Ray)

A paralytic sensation extending from spine down left leg.

Aching whole length of spine.

After waking at daybreak next morning, sensations in dorsal region of spine as if its convexity were interior and drawn far forward, lasting but a minute, and followed by a very uncomfortable feeling in that region, lasting a much longer time.

Awakened earlier than usual by dull aching in left occiput, and immediately in left sacro-iliac region, then posterior thigh and calf for fifteen minutes.

Lame and stiff in back.

Pain in dorsal region.

Pressure in small of back as from congestion about kidney.

Rheumatic-like fever in trunk, steady dull pain going steadily from trunk to legs, and finally to heels, worse in left knee, worse stepping on heel, on underside of heel (old symptom of inflammatory rheumatism twenty-five years ago).

Sensation as if a cool drop of sweat going down left side of spine.

Sore feeling across loins as after a heavy cold.

Soreness in small of back.

Upper Extremities (X-Ray)

Aching extensor muscles of right forearm going up to shoulder.

Can’t hold things in left hand, powerless or clumsy.

Grating heard in shoulder joints, as well as nearly all other joints of the body.

Healing action. (Afterward they went back to former state when general health improved.)

Intermittent, slightly burning, rheumatic-like pain in right carpo-metacarpal articulation, extending from index finger up outside of right forearm.

Magnetic thrill in right hand, extending up forearm.

Palms of hands, which were rough and scaly and bleeding at times, became smooth and natural during the proving.

Rheumatic pain in left wrist and forearm.

Rheumatic pain in right wrist and arm.

Rheumatic twinge in last two phalangeal articulations of index and middle fingers for a short time in forenoon.

Tingling in both arms as of electric current, or as if asleep.

Tingling in right hand.

Tingling like pins and needles in left hand.

Lower Extremities (X-Ray)

Drawing aching discomfort in right thigh through hip and knees down through toes, immediately.

Dull aching posterior aspect of thigh and calf in morning, from above downward.

Feeling as if somebody were drawing icy hands over thigh downward, aggravatingly slow. (This occurred first twelve years ago after a nervous shock and did not return for five years.)

Had always heat and swelling of feet in spring, which is better now, although it is spring. Healing action.

Lower part of both legs asleep, tingling, as if from electric battery more in right, immediately.

On inside of left knee sensation in different spots painful as if hairs were being pulled, worse walking, better rubbing or scratching.

Pain in right sciatic nerve on walking.

Rheumatic pains in front of right thigh.

Rheumatic pains in limbs.

Rheumatic-like fever in trunk, steady dull pain going steadily down to legs and finally to heels, worse in left knee, worse stepping on heel, on underside of heel (old symptoms of inflammatory rheumatism twenty-five years ago).

Sciatic pain in right hip.

Varicose veins inside of knees and legs, with swelling and soreness (returned after years).

Fever (X-Ray)

Chill going down back, followed by paralytic feeling in right cheek.

Chilliness on moving or from draft.

Chills as soon as beginning to sleep, running up back, preventing sleep.

Chilly whilst undressing in warm room.

Profuse perspiration on getting into bed, keeping him awake.

Spells of feverishness, perspiration and weakness.

Wave-like sensation as if it would break out in perspiration.

Sleep (X-Ray)

(Symptoms better after Bell. or Acon. for a short time ; better from ale, which puts him to sleep.)

All symptoms worse in bed.

As soon as she begins to sleep, chills running up back preventing sleep.

Awaking with a headache lasting all day.

Dreams of distressing nature.

Dreams of strife, busy dreams.

Drowsiness leaves the instant when lying down, so cannot sleep.

Drowsy all night while sitting up.

Frequent urination, worse after getting in bed.

Goes to sleep on right side, but wakes on left side.

Kept awake by heart’s sound while lying on left side.

Only snatches of sleep during these twelve days, always followed by mental depression, during suffering from nephralgia.

Profuse perspiration on getting into bed, keeping him awake.

Recurrence of a dream which used to trouble her many years ago. (This dream was repeated at wide intervals over twenty years ago ; now it came every night for five times.)

Sleep not unrefreshing, though apparently dreaming all night.

Sleeplessness constant and troublesome (relieved permanently by a bottle of Pabst Malt Extract).

Sleepy during day.

Sleepy with headache.

Sleepy, but unable to sleep for some hours after retiring.

Symptoms worse when getting into bed, worse after sunset.

Unnatural lewd and disgusting dreams, occurring on several nights and several times in one night.

Very vivid lewd dreams, repeated night after night.

Waking frequently at night from no apparent cause.

General Symptoms (X-Ray)

General tired and sick feeling.

Lame and sore all over.

Persistent exhaustion and languor, not attributable to spring.

Trembling all over.

Skin (X-Ray)

Reappearance of an old, slight, pimply eruption on left side of forehead.

Return of a slight eruption on outside of lower legs, burning when scratched, worse after scratching.

August 28, I took a dose of a few globules of X-ray 45m. for some urinary trouble, which ameliorated without being removed.

          • September 13 I felt a stinging and smarting on a place behind the left hip joint while sitting at the dinner table. In the course of the afternoon this symptom disappeared and reappeared on the right side, precisely corresponding to the place on the left side.

            Toward evening it burned like fire, and, on examination, a place as large as a silver dollar on the right buttock was red and tough as if the skin were abraded. On going to bed a blister as large as a hickory nut, not unlike a fish bladder, was present, from which smaller blisters extended down in a curve. The redness and roughness was enlarged to about three inches in diameter.

            On being quiet there was no pain, but on the least motion or friction, the part burned like fire, or a severe burn. In the night the blister opened, and another had come opposite to the first, as large as a chestnut. The pains on motion, touch, or friction, continued like a real burn.

            The skin was red, rough and inflamed, like raw meat, for four inches down, with small blisters of different size extending downward. The large blister discharged gradually, and a scab formed, which, under cessation of pain, fell off, so that by the end of September the skin was as sound as before.

            This reminds me of a similar experience observed from repeated action of the X-rays upon the skin, resulting in a denudation of the tibia for the space of about six inches, as far as the leg was exposed to the rays, because it would not heal from an ulcer consequent upon an injury.

            “On the red erythematous surface elevations begin to appear, of different sizes and which may be acuminate or papular. In the early stage they are barely visible, and resemble ordinary congestion papules.

            If, however, their surface is scratched with a needle, a yellow serous slightly opaque fluid exudes and the papule disappears. These elevations, though of small size, are in reality vesicles.

            They occur in groups or disseminated over the surface, and ultimately develop into vesico-bulle, or vesico-pustules which have the appearance of an ordinary eruption.”

            ” In a weeping eczema the exudation disappears after one to four exposures, and does not return.”

            ” In pruriginous eczema the itching often ceases after a single application.”

            “On dry eczema the effect of the rays is most marked.” A single application is frequently sufficient. ” It is in the more obstinate, chronic, and recurring types that they are the most useful.”

            To quote now from Dr. Hall-Edwards :

            ” The disease generally makes its first appearance in the form of a mild erythema around the roots of the nails. The nails begin to thicken and their substance to degenerate, until they become shapeless masses. The skin becomes uniformly red, and later small warty growths appear. These gradually increase in size and number, whilst the skin generally becomes dry and wrinkled. At this stage, apart from the disfigurement, the patient suffers no inconvenience.

            The warty growths continue to increase in size, and the skin loses its elasticity to such an extent that it cracks with the slightest exertion. These cracks are very painful and difficult to heal. Pain of an almost indescribable character, which appears to come from the bones, and which is aggravated by holding the hands downwards, is felt. Loss of power in the arm muscles is also experienced. At this stage the skin between the warty growths exhibits marked telangiectasis, is considerably thickened, and is tied down to the subjacent tissues.

            There is an ever-present sensation of burning and extreme itching, so that it requires no small amount of self-control to keep from scratching. The bases of some of the larger warts become inflamed, and the thickened mass may come away, leaving an ulcer which takes months to heal. These ulcers are so tender and painful that words fail to convey any idea of the suffering of the patient. They occasionally refuse to heal, become gradually larger, and may assume malignant characteristics, which demand operative interference.”

          • Dr. J. T. Pitkin, in a paper read before the “American Roentgen Ray Society,” in 1903, thus graphically describes the sufferings of this terrible disease :

            ” For a description of the pain and suffering, hyperesthesia and paresthesia, no language, sacred or profane, is adequate. The sting of the honey bee or the passage of a renal calculus is painful enough, but they are comparative pleasure ; being paroxysmal, they have a time limitation.

            Extreme tenderness to the slightest touch, hot and cold waves and flashes, warmth, tingling, pricking, throbbing, stinging, crawling, boring, and horning sensations, as if the parts were on fire and contained bugs and other living things ; feelings as if the anatomical structures were being removed from one position to another ; all of these sensations are proportionate to the depth of the inflammatory process.”

            General Symptoms (X-Ray)

            All symptoms worse in bed.

            All symptoms worse toward evening and at night.

            Body tired and exhausted.

            For many years have removed the sensitiveness of nervous peons in electric storms with electricity cm.

            General tired and sick feeling.

            Generally worse in open air..

            Lame and sore all over.

            Mental and physical aggravation markedly pronounced toward evening.

            Muscles feel soft objectively.

            Nervous powerlessness in limbs.

            Persistent exhaustion and languor, not attributable to spring.

            Prostrated for a long time.

            Sensation of swooning at times during day and night, feeling like dying.

            Symptoms gradually increasing in severity after noon.

            Symptoms intermittent in character, the first observed symptoms have all returned at irregular intervals.

            Trembling all over.

            Twitching internally in various parts.

BENNETH TO ERNST: You having presumably administered homeopathic medicines, doctor, did anyone die while under your care? To deal with the guilt of knowing you actually killed someone by misuse of these materials would, I presume, drive one mad with anxiety and guilt, and make refuge in skepticism a lively comfort, a place to exercise your hubris and would explain the accompanying belittlement that often accompanies your responses to me. Or are you secretly being paid by the Faculty?

                                            Finis?

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Homeopathy, Physics and the $1,000,000 Challenge

Just as Prof. Edzard Ernst is homeopathy’s greatest modern opponent, Dana Ullman, in my opinion, is homeopathy’s greatest modern proponent. In fact, I would nominate him for a million dollar Hahnemann award (if such a thing existed) as this blog of Ernst’s testifies [https://edzardernst.com/2019/02/why-i-changed-my-mind-about-dana-ullman/]. . at least to the latter approbation, despite the attempt by Ernst to smudge the article as “satire”, I propose taking the helm of the dialectic with

Premiere American homeopath Dana Ullman.

an observation that rolls over a snag in the issue these great men are embroiled in, that being the central argument of verum and placebo, whether or not the homeopathic remedy is chemically capable of initiating a biometric, cellular response . . by dint of its instrumentally measurable physical properties. Yes, yes, I know, that sounds a little confusing, to people with limited vocabularies who won’t look anything up, but sooner or later we have to get down to pins and needles.
Just let me say this: As men of science, the team of Ullman and Ernst should be repelling up and down the cliffs of this question of homeopathic chemistry and nuclear physics and meeting at its quantum summit.

Excuse me, did I say nuclear physics? Maybe I should say” unclear physics” . . or what about “new clear physics?” Certainly more cheeky and promising.

Mystery of the lost molecule

Years ago I called super-skeptic Michael Shermer to inform him he had misspelled “Hannemann” in his Encyclopedia of Pseudoskepticism, and in the ensuing conversation about homeopathy he suddenly blurted “what is it?” and I quickly responded

Edzard Ernst, M.D. is an “academic physician” and researcher specializing in the study of complementary and alternative medici

nuclear magnetic resonance”, a sanitized version of radioactive, and that was the end of it.
You’d think he’d want more, but he ran like a bunny. Well, come to think of it, pretty much everyone has and does . . run like a bunny, or a scalded hamster when confronted by such uh, unclear physics. But never fear, Iam here to make them . . if you have the courage to keep reading . ..
Demystifying homeopathy doesn’t seem to be a popular topic among skeptics and homeopaths alike. Naming it and claiming it loses its popularity among those trading in its mysteries. But there is a problem with sustaining a mystery already plumbed.

 

Excuse me, did I just imply that the homeopathic remedy’s mechanism, as the British Medical Journal put it in their ’92 Kleijnan meta review, has been revealed? And what’s this you say, it’s not just all placebo?
Why is it that heresy seems to find a home with me? Am I being used as an example of the futility of swords?

B.S. in Revenant Science

U.S. Senator Royal S. Copeland, M.D., Homeopath and Chief Architect of the FDCA.

One-hundred and ten years ago an article appeared in The Chironian entitled The Scientific Reasonableness of Homeopathy by Royal S. Copeland, A.M., M.D.*

It is a remarkable piece of writing, for among other things, it resolves in finer detail what I told Shermer, and

how it got there, to which, by the way, I have pursued in even finer granularity in today’s references. More on that later if I’m not assassinated . . or  euthanized. Here is what Copeland writes on the futility of swords no matter how fine the edge:

Dissociation of Molecules.

COPELAND: “In the theory of dissociation of molecules, the laboratory of physical chemistry has scientifically proven the value of the infinitesimal. While this doctrine is now well known to every scientist. and especially to the reader of the homeopathic publications of the past five years, it may not be out of place to review it briefly. As interpreted by this theory, a chemical, technically an electrolyte, when dissolved, is dissociated into parts or particles smaller than the atoms and known as ions. The more dilute the solution the greater is the dissociation and consequently the atoms are less in number and the ions increased. In a solution infinitely dilute, the dissociation is absolute and the chemical is present only in a state of ionization.”
Allow me to reiterate: The more dilute the solution the greater is the dissociation and consequently the atoms are less in number and the ions increased.

With that one sentence Copeland should be setting off a spark in the dry tinder of inquiring minds. Dissociation of molecules? What is that? Ionization? What are these terms with which Copeland is promising to demystify the missing molecule in the homeopathic remedy? And what is this about homeopathy and electrolytes?
If you want to read more of what Copeland has to say, be my guest, I presume you have access to the Internet. It’s a lengthy article covering some other interesting stuff in the same vein. Here’s the link: https://www.homeowatch.org/history/copeland.html.
If you’re wondering who he is, Google Royal S. Copeland. He was a U.S. Senator and chief sponsor of the FDCA. In the meantime, let me share with you what I found in my research regarding molecular dissociation and ionization, but first let me reassure you not to feel alone in ignorance. Nobody I know so far gets it or has gotten it. It’s the common brain stem that seems to shut down when it first encounters this. Mine did. The mouth and fingers quit working, there’s a reduction in neural activity, it went over my head the first few times I read it and remained so until I smoked some pot and got the grandstand idea to look up some definitions . . and found myself descending into the rabbit hole of quantum chemistry and . . the infinitessimal.
When particles are diluted in water, they are split apart in a process known as dissociation, and to be more specific, hydrolytic dissociation, when the smaller particles are split into even smaller particles in subsequent dilutions and the molecule is ionized into electrons. In other words the solute changes phase, losing mass as it gains energy, changing from particle to wave and retaining the properties of the original solute.
It’s a nuclear event.

COPELAND: “The more dilute the solution the greater is the dissociation and consequently the atoms are less in number and the ions increased. In a solution infinitely dilute, the dissociation is absolute and the chemical is present only in a state of ionization.” !!!

The chemical in a homeopathic dilution is present only in a state of ionization?

Here it can be seen that for a couple of hundred years the critics of homeopathy have been theoretically counting molecules, when according to Copeland and his references, they should have been looking for ions, and according to Copeland, at least since 1909, the presence of ions in solution can detected using physical tests:

COPELAND: . the laboratory has proven that the properties of completely dissociated solution are the sum of all the ions present in the solution. This holds for such properties as conductivity, lowering of the freezing point, refraction equivalent, heat of neutralization, and undoubtedly, for any therapeutic effect possessed by the drug.

LET”S SEE YOU GET OUT OF THIS ONE: James Randi, skeptic, debunker, stage magician and escape artist, in 1999 offered John Benneth $1,000,000 for proof of homeopathy, Benneth responded with a test . .

Sounds like things in the homeopathic remedy are warming up.
This certainly is news to the arbiters of homeopathy. You’d think they’d want to know, especially those who are proponents of homeopathy. I mean its quite understandable that opponents of homeopathy would want the theory and tests to go away, especially the tests that prove the molecular content to have ionized. In 1999, billionaire Richard L. Adams, Jr., founder of UUNET, treasurer of the James Randi Educational Foundation (JREF), speaking through James Randi, offered to me personally, delivered as a challenge, in writing, $1,000,000, provided by Adams, to PROVE that the originating solute, the intended chemical in a homeopathic solution, is present in a homeopathic remedy solution diluted one part in ten 24 or more times in the method of Hahnemann, that point at which not one molecule can remain.

$1,000,000 for proof of homeopathy

In the ending days of 1999 I applied for the Adams/Randi million dollar challenge to prove homeopathy, and my application was accepted by Mr. Randi. I had specifically asked Mr. Randi, if I provided a method by which to identify homeopathically potentized solutions in liquid or pill vehicles among non potentized solutions of the same vehicle in a double blind trial, would that win the million dollars?
Mr. Randi replied by email “yes, just do it and take the money.”

After months of Mr. Randi failing to accept a proposed test of a method, a dielectric assay discussed between

Billionaire founder of Internet backbone UUNET Richard L. Adams, Jr. provided the $1,000,000 to JREF for proof of homeopathy. Adams is the treasurer of JREF.

me and JREF representative Prof. Eric Carlson of Wake Forest University, I sent an “open letter” email to James Randi at randi@randi.org, dated Fri, 22 Sep 2000 08:19:35 -0700, and cc’d it a host of others caught in the diaspora, numerous witnesses, including luminaries of the dialectic as Nobel prize laureate Brian Josephson; INSERM director Jacques Benveniste; homeopathy experimentalist and book author Prof. Gary E. Schwartz; physicist Robert Park; Skeptics-Forum@egroups.com, U.S. National Institute of Health director and homeopathy experimentalist Wayne Jonas, M.D., Boiron representative Andy Bormeth, homeopathy researcher David Reilly, M.D., Oxford public health director Tim Lancaster, M.D.; JREF’s banker at Goldman Sachs Naomi Shapiro, Aquarian editor Syd Baumel; witness Wesley Thuro, psicounsel.com archivist Dan Kettler; Infinite-Energy.com editor Eugene Mallove; U. of Arizona homeopathy researcher Professor Iris R Bell, M.D. Andrew Harter of JREF; advocate for scrutiny of unproven medical practices Wallace Sampson, M.D.; Boiron and finally, of course, who else but the legendary homeopath, Dana Ullman.
In this letter I presented (among other numerous tests using different methods) James Stephenson’s published replication of a test by two French investigators (Gay and Boiron) that identified the presence of ions in homeopathic solutions, as described by Copeland, by measuring the puncture voltage of the solution, well enough to separate the wheat from the chaff, the potentized remedy from its H2O base.
In other words, Adams and Randi wagered a million dollars on published tests that reported having already done years ago what these two men were avowedly betting a million dollars was impossible.

Like any drowning man, I’m reaching out. Can I get a hand here?
Are we having a conversation about this, or is it just me?

What do you think the response was?

*Senator Copeland was the Dean of New York Homeopathic Medical College and Flower Hospital, formerly a Professor at the University of Michigan, the late President of the American Institute of Homeopathy, reprinted from The Chironian, May 1909; in the 1930’s he was the U.S. Senator from New York 1923 to 1938 and Chief Sponsor of the Federal Drug and Cosmetics Act.

The Quantum Chemistry of Homeopathy . . a tour de force

THE CANDLE BURNS LOW, the memento mori high upon the shelf grins down at me, I must now write hurriedly before my dimming faculties quit or time on trodden soil expires, for now I have the key to unlocking the most mysterious mechanism of science, its most baffling assembly: The Power of the Infinitesimal.

THE QUESTION HAS BEEN POSED: How is it that the mere taint of what should be pure water, presumably voided of an added solute by serial dilution, still retains the biochemical properties of the original solute, as is demonstrated in the medical doctrine of homeopathy?

NOW IF the FDA, FDCA and the clinical reports they reference are to be believed, answering this question would unleash a severity of charm the conventionally accepted history on this planet has not yet foreseen; as the law of homeopathy is the fundamental basis of the vaccine . . immunology, proven in epidemics from smallpox to Ebola and pandemic flu, but not accepted as possible. the testimonials of cure, dismissed by notional science (and the patents it serves) as coincidence . . or lies.

I EXPOSE HOMEOPATHY AS QUANTUM CHEMISTRY

In a previous entry I introduced quantum chemistry as the latest mount for homeopathy, as all paths in science lead there, for the enlightened > the newest Pauling’s identification of contiguous electronic structuring from infinitesimal to atom to crystal. The triumph for homeopathy is confirming the specificity of the sub-atomic field, meaning that clathrates, liquid aqueous structuring (LAS) transcends H-bond breakage by movement of solute ions throughout the structure; the genesis of the architecture of clathrate, snowflake and crystal by electrons is of unfathomable depth. This is why the disassociated solute doesn’t lose its properties in thousands of homeopathic dilutions.

In the Nov. 2nd entry you may notice along the way I am harried by cynics nipping at my pedagogues. Here is a troll who has harassed me on Twitter. Here, writing in my Journal, he is more respectful.

“Gold” (?) writes “If you really have finally explained the quantum chemistry of homeopathy in conventional ionic theory then the research must have been replicated by others. Can you provide links to the studies that validate this?”
A reasonable question for the uninformed . .

MY REPLY to “Gold.”

The seminal work linking homeopathy with ionic theory is found in Royal S. Copeland, A.M., M.D.’s “The Scientific Reasonableness of Homeopathy” http://www.homeowatch.org/history/copeland.html
See “molecular dissociation”

“Gold” in reply to johnbenneth.
“I’d already found that. I’m actually interested in the replications. The strength in any scientific hypothesis is in the testing and failure to disprove it.”

This gets so tiring, dragging out the boilerplate, setting up the type, firing up the kiln, lashing the horses to the mill, when will this Promethean task ever end? Copeland lists replicable tests at the end of the article. At the end I give these links to what they, the endless skeptic, take to be a journey to the unknown, a report in which they challenge every word, dot and comma to be fiction. I would simply ignore this half wit in favor of more productive activity, like smoking a cigarette, taking a nap, getting drunk, watching Trump blow up the World . . but others are might notice.

In reply to Gold.

Tests of specific molar conductance are relatively common and simple . . and have been performed on homeopathic dilutions. Here’s an example: http://scienceofhomeopathy.com/brucato.html
Dielectric strength testing by Brucato and Stephenson was a replication of Gay and Boiron’s conductance test of high dilutions, followed by four other similar published tests. I have counted a dozen other types of physical tests for homeopathic dilutions, such as NMR (18 replications), transmission electron microscopy, [plasma discharge] and beta scintillation of neutronic radiation. The work of the Yves Lasne Prize sponsors was primarily NMR and revealed new indices, such as effects of gravitation, UV and EM fields on homeopathic solutions. Read Theory of High Dilutions and experimental aspects by Rolland Conte, Yves Lasne, Henri Berliocchi and Gabriel Vernot.
Here’s another review of tests supporting ionic theory for homeopathy:
‘The “Ultra High Dilution 1994” project was an endeavour to take stock of the findings and theories on homeopathic extreme dilutions that were under research at the time in areas of biology, biophysics, physics and medicine. The project finally materialized into an anthology assembling contributions of leading scientists in the field. Over the following two decades, it became widely quoted within the homeopathic community and also known in other research communities. The aim of the present project was to re-visit and review the 1994 studies from the perspective of 2015.’ http://www.homeopathyjournal.net/article/S1475-4916(15)00060-0/abstract?cc=y=

Here’s another review of physical testing of homeopathic dilutions (of varying quality) showing evidence of the solute in post Avogadro solutions, what notional academia erroneously believes has to be pure solvents. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/12676040

So if you still have doubts about an ionic asymptote in homeopathic dilutions, conduct your own tests, publish your findings and post YOUR links.
In a previous entry I also asked for $5 million, a quarter of what I want to open a clinic based on the work of Conte et al.

 

The Homeopathic Intuitive #1- Boils, Vertigo, Nephritic Syndrome

Regard with caution: What follows is a prologue to a remedy suggestion for a nephritic syndrome case. I don’t know quite how to address this without sounding weird, but I’ll give it a try anyway. This is not to be taken as medical advice. If you have a medical problem, consult the medical profession. Be skeptical.

Please excuse its length, but I think you’ll find it interesting.

I had a difficult case once out of Pakistan where the patient had been to several homeopaths and tried a dozen different remedies for boils in his armpits and groin, to no success except suppuration, the flesh hanging down in shreds. It was a horrible mess and he had been suffering for a long time. I can’t imagine what the pain must have been like.

After having tried several remedies to no avail I simply sat down and prayed for an answer that came to me in a flash: Arnica. I looked it up and there it was: Arnica . . for crops of boils!

I instructed the patient to obtain an Arnica 10M, crush the pill between two spoons, stir into water, take a teaspoon into his mouth and spit it out.

Two days later he contacted me from Karachi on Skype, in a panic, having turned bright red. I told him to be calm, it was a sign the remedy was working.

I didn’t hear back from him for another week. When I did, he was ecstatic, he was overjoyed, he was cured. It had worked. The suppurated boils had shriveled up.

“You have done what others could not. You have healed me,” he said. I talked to him again couple months later. What he said made me slap my head: “I am taking up homeopathy as a profession.” The nature or will set you will will and will and are in a will and will not

I tried this method on other unfathomable cases and it has worked as well. In my mind I simply ask for the remedy and the answer comes immediately. Given my skeptical notions and absolute reliance on the literature I am highly suspicious of the phenomenon. I’m afraid to say I don’t trust it without researching the answer. It could be coming out of my subconscious, having prior read about the remedy and consciously forgotten it, or it could be a coincidence given the extensive indications that the remedies have within the materia medica, but I am more favorable to another explanation, the answer coming to me in the putative form of a little-known remedy.

For example, the last time I used this procedure was for a case involving vertigo. The answer came back “mustard”. I looked up the Latin for mustard, Synapis nigra, and found it as such in Clarke covering vertigo. Whether it worked or not is yet to be seen. Patient took it on the F scale, accidentally downed a whole bottle of water containing the final chord and aggravated.

I used this intuitive savant technique (IST) for the nephritic syndrome case and immediately the answer came back “marshmallow”, i.e. Althea off.

So here is the epilogue to this essay using IST on the nephritic syndrome case.

I haven’t been able to find much on Althea officianalis per se except it is indicated for bladder problems, but a little additional digging raises eyebrows. The Herb Wisdom site says

“Marshmallow works as a mucilage, producing a thick sticky substance that coats membranes. Marshmallow extract contains flavanoids, which contain anti-inflammatory properties. The flavanoids are able to reduce inflammation while the mucilage holds them in immediately place and prevents further damage. The extracts also induce phagocytosis, which is the process in which certain cells engulf bacteria, dead cell tissues or other solid particles. This helps speed up the healing process. The mucilage remains unaltered until it reaches the colon, which is why marshmallow works well on most inflammatory digestive disorders.”

What I found out next was my big wow:

Marshmallow contains Asparagine, first identified in asparagus juice. Asparagine, according to a 2011 study done at the University of Dundee, is required for normal kidney physiology and homeostasis.

Abstract

“Although protein recapture and catabolism is known as a key function of kidney proximal tubular cells (PTCs), to date, no single protease has been shown to be required. Asparagine endopeptidase (AEP) is an unusually specific endosomal and lysosomal cysteine protease, expressed at high levels in the PTCs of the mammalian kidney. We report that mice lacking AEP accumulate a discrete set of proteins in their PTC endosomes and lysosomes, which indicates a defect in the normal catabolism of proteins captured from the filtrate. Moreover, the mice develop progressive kidney pathology, including hyperplasia of PTCs, interstitial fibrosis, development of glomerular cysts, and renal pelvis dilation. By 6 mo of age, the glomerular filtration rate in AEP-null mice dropped by almost a factor of 2, and the mice developed proteinuria. We also show that EGF receptor levels are significantly higher in AEP-null PTCs, which likely explains the hyperplasia, and we show that chemical inhibition of AEP activity suppresses down-regulation of the EGF receptor in vitro. Thus, AEP is required for normal protein catabolism by PTCs, and its loss induces proliferative and other abnormalities in the murine kidney, at least in part through defective regulation of the EGF receptor.”https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/21292981

 

A NEW BIOLOGICAL PARADIGM

A NEW BIOLOGICAL PARADIGM

by John R. Benneth

“Radio has no future. Heavier-than-air flying machines are impossible. X-rays will prove to be a hoax.” — Lord Kelvin, renowned British scientist, 1899.

“There is not the slightest indication that nuclear energy will ever be obtainable. It would mean that the atom would have to be shattered at will.” — Albert Einstein, world’s greatest genius 1932.

“If anyone shows the concepts of homeopathy to be correct, he or she becomes a serious contender for one or two Nobel prizes. Homeopaths often say that we simply have not yet discovered how homeopathy works. The truth is that we know there is no conceivable scientific explanation that could possibly explain it.” Edzard Ernst, top homeopathy antagonist, from “Why I Changed My Mind About Homeopathy.”

But there is a scientific explanation to explain it. We’re led to it by the evidence of action . .

In case you didn’t know, the man who made the last quote, ex-Professor Edzard Ernst of Exeter University, has been the world’s major antagonist of the curative medical doctrine of homeopathy, emphasis on has been. Ernst was professor of complementary medicine at Exeter University, he was the world’s first chair of it. For a while he was riding high, scoring better than James “the Amazing” Randi, a failed magician who became the world’s greatest skeptic and homeopathy basher, accusing anyone who practiced it of fraud..

But Exeter canned Ernst and his star began to sputter.  And Randi has grown silent after being exposed in complicitly of identity theft and fraud and in using homeopathy during bouts with stomach cancer and heart disease.

The half recant was published in The Guardian, which protects the interests of the pharmaceutical companies by characterizing homeopathy as bunk.

Apparently Ernst’s phone stopped ringing: Now he says he’s changed his mind about homeopathy.

TOP ANTAGONIST SAYS HE FLIPS ON HOMEOPATHY

Well, like most of the things he writes, on closer inspection you find it’s not true.  He hasn’t changed his mind about anything. Read the article and you’ll find he ‘s still spouting the same . . well, I hate to use the word lies, so let’s just say misinformation.

ERNST: “Yet as a clinician almost 30 years ago I was impressed with the results achieved by homeopathy. Many of my patients seemed to improve dramatically after receiving homeopathic treatment. How was this possible?”

With dramatic improvement? 

The man is full of contradictions. He says that if the axioms of homeopathy were true, then much of what we learned in physics and chemistry would be wrong.

UNCONVINCED

Let us try to get this straight. The anti-homoepathy crowd’s premier reference for the case against homeopathy is now saying that he’s seen it work with dramatic improvement in a clinical setting,  when in his “Systemaic Review of Systematic Reviews of Homeopathy,” which he penned after his work as a clinician, he says  “the clinical evidence and the basic research underpinning homeopathy remain unconvincing.”

So which is it? And where’s all the scientific literature to support whatever reason Ernst thinks there is to explain how it is that his patients improved so dramatically, just as where’s all the evidence that proves it’s a placebo? Was it his Svengali bedside manner? Was it Mesmerism? Alcohol?

What was it?

He then makes a statement that is provably wrong.

Referring to 200 clinical studies he says, “Over a dozen systematic reviews of homeopathy have been published. Almost uniformly, they come to the conclusion that homeopathic remedies are not different from placebo.”

I’m afraid this may send him looking for a brace of pistols in his sock drawer, or an epee’ hanging next to the garden rake in the garage, but I have to say it, it’s always so embarrassing when an . . as oxymoronic as it may sound . . an academic of Ernst’s stature is caught in a verifiable lie.

No comprehensive, honest review of the literature has concluded  what Ernst is claiming. 

Did the editors of The Guardian know about this? Did any of their fact checkers check it out?

There have essentially been three major accepted reviews of the literature pubslihed in  (1.) British Medical Journal (BMJ) by Kleijnen et al; (2.) University of York for the U.K. National Health Service (NHS) by Cucherat et al; and (3.) Lancet by Linde et al.

1.) NHS Cucherat 2000: HOMEOPATHY NOT PLACEBO: Found evidence that homeopathy was more effective than placebo. University of York/ NHS

2.) LANCET Linde 1997: HOMEOPATHY NOT PLACEBO: results not compatible with placebo hypothesis

3.)  BMJ Kleijnen 1991HOMEOPATHY NOT PLACEBO:The results showed a positive trend regardless of the quality of the trial or the variety of homeopathy used.

In addition to these high quality meta analyses, published in high impact medical journals, there are the following:

FISHER: High quality repeated experiments yield positive results tinyurl com/7666q5g

JOHNSON 2007: metas find homeopathy significantly better than placebo tinyurl com/7htoejq

SHANG 2005/ Ludtke Rutten: find significant homeopathic effect beyond placebo tinyurl com/ludtkerutten

[Remember to put a dot between tinryurl and com after pasting into your browser]

Now note this in your hornbook: NO CONCLUSIVE REVIEW OF THE LITERATURE FINDS THAT HOMEOPATHIC REMEDIES ARE “PLACEBOS”!!! And yet in the face of this we are repeatedly told by opponents of homeopathy that homeopathic remedies are placebos, implying that the pharmacy is inert,  and because the medicine is inert, homeopathy is a hoax. 

HAPPY HALLOWEEN

The medical  community has had the evidence for the clinical action of the materials before them for years, including the stark evidence that the pharmacy is not inert in the published reports of its action on plants, animals and biochemicals.

So why  are we being so desperately and obviously lied to?

End stage homeopathic delusion grips Earth

Either way you look at it, it is a strange phenomenon. Millions are either seriously deluded, or a great number of authority figures are fooling somebody, if not themselves.

No one can deny that it is counterintuitive. Its physics are almost totally unknown, or if they are known, then it is as if there is a taboo on talking about them.

What was up until just recently regarded as nothing much more than a cure for the sniffles, its self assembling trajectory is aimed at overthrowing what is regarded as mainstream internal medicine.

The majority of us plod down this road unknown, passerby in the night of the world, our footprints wiped clean by the wind . . a few steps behind soon enough; and all of us, famous, infamous and unknown to his generation alike, even Christ, are, or will be, eventually, completely . . forgotten; forgotten in some landscape like wasteland.

But not apparently in the mind of defrocked Professor Edzard Ernst.

“No! No!” the ego cries out, “I  . . or someone from my race . . Adam! He will always be remembered, always . .”

No, no, I don’t think so. But from his carving out of space of a reality all his own, certainly the world’s first professor of Complementary Medicine, whose caboose once parked in the world’s most important and most coveted chair of the healing arts, Edzard Ernst thinks he will be remembered long after the Sun has blown itself out and Earth, as a cold derelict, is stupidly wandering in space. Uberdoktor Ernst apparently thinks he will be immortalized for what he wrote on December 03, 2013 in his blog   “My two favourite examples of end-stage homeopathic delusionists are John Benneth and Dana Ullman.”

How many have already denied Christ, Mohammed, Moses or Zarathustra? Where is the true remembrance of Abraham? Is one man a myth, another a legend for the choosing? How or why I have to share this honor with Ullman I can only hope be surmised by wild speculation, for I see no sense in it, but I suppose I should be magnamous and share, though now I know what it’s like to receive only half of a Nobel Prize.

The honor was prefaced by Ernst’s report in his December 03, 2013 blog of an interview done with him by Der Spiegel.  Ernst states that although he discussed numerous alternative therapies there were well over 500 responses to it by readers, “focussed [sic] almost entirely on homeopathy.” Most of those responders spoke as if gripped by some strange force, claiming that what was scorned for centuries works.

What is remarkable about the interview is the lack of challenge by Der Spiegel to what Ernst sees as a completely non-scientific “quasi-religious faith many people have in homeopathy.”

I say this because there are countless testimonies saying it works, from scientists and users alike . . and while possessing an uncanny insight into human character, its physicians, adding to the mystery, tend to keep their heads down and their mouths shut about what it is they do, and how they do it . . how for a patient they select an individualized remedy out of thousands.

Anyone can put it to the test and anyone can read the literature online that shows the scientific basis in both evidence and theory. But Der Spiegel failed to confront Ernst with his denial of the facts

Der Spiegel did, however, catch Ernst in another one of his oddball contradictions. Der Spiegel asked the world’s leading antagonist of the doctrine if he thought alternative medicine can treat cancer . .

SPIEGEL: What about using herbal therapies?

Ernst: There is to my knowledge no plant extract that can tackle cancer itself.

SPIEGEL: What about what Rudolph Steiner said long ago about mistletoe as a cancer treatment, that because like cures like, and mistltoe hangs on the tree like a tumor, it could fight tumors. Now today we know that mistletoe actually has effective anti cancer ingredients. What about that?

Ernst: Mistletoe lectins can kill cells, they are highly toxic.  How could Steiner know?  He just had a bit of luck: Many plants have such toxic ingredients. But whether the mistletoe really helps in cancer, due to the study location, is rather questionable.

What? One moment Ernst is saying that “no plant extract can tackle cancer,” (exactly what we would expect to hear from a proselyte of allopathic patent medicine) and the next moment, after the Spiegel interviewer has astutely caught him with the mistletoe example, he admits he knew all along that a plant extract is indeed capable of apoptosis, and Steiner, the Austrian who founded anthroposophy, a religion that promotes a form of homoeopathy, just got lucky?

Steiner made this observation almost 100 years ago. According to the BMJ, by 2006 there had been about 1,000 in vitro studies showing that mistletoe, or its main constituents of alkaloids, lectins, and viscotoxins, do indeed have anti-cancer activity!

This is just one example of the blatant self-contradictions and errors of commission, that besides a breach of trust, got Ernst’s rump booted out of his Exeter throne as the first chair devolved from complementary medicine to a hot seat of uncomplimentary lies that peddle mainstream “orthodox medicine” by bad mouthing curative therapies and the ionized pharmacy.

But who would expect anything more from Exeter? How does a leopard change its spots or the Devil throw out the Devil? For a “medical” institution like Exeter to establish a chair of “complementary medicine” investigating homoeopathy is like asking investigating Islam and not mentioning the Mosaic genocide reported in Numbers 31.

Aren’t these things obvious? “Mainstream medicine” is now the third leading cause of death in the US, where it reigns supreme. It does this solely on a bubble, inflated by hubris, that a competing form of medicine, homoeopathy, built on a radically different iatric and posology, doesn’t exist, for the moment homoeopathy takes over a person’s mind, allopathy loses that person as prey. Up until then, that the victim thought there was only one kind of medicine, and although it may be the third leading cause of death, thought it’s all there was.

When will it be enough? How much longer will we tolerate putting profit over cure?

It doesn’t matter to the allopath that people rhapsodize over homoeopathy’s startling cures, it doesn’t matter homoeopathy is demonstrably superior to modern mainstream “medicine” in the treatment and prevention of deadly and epidemic diseases, it doesn’t matter that homoeopathy is secretly what completely eradicated smallpox, the world’s greatest scourge, homoeopathy will not and cannot exist as a form of medicine in the mind of the allopath. This is because the strategy of allopathy is that Medicine is to rule, not serve.

But the responses in the Der Spiegel interview  shows that with the advent of homeopathy iatrocide may be quelling, as does Ernst’s confused wabbling in his blog , followed by sputtering commentary from his posse . . confused attempts to explain this growing mass delusion called “homoeopathy.”

Into this confused commentary of Ernst’s blog I have waded, and I have issued a challenge they cannot meet . .

The Epiphanies of Edzard Ernst

Edzard Ernst is at it again . . but this time something is different, dramatically different. Instead of the usual pile on by hordes of skeptics usually heard in response to an article on homeopathy, joining in a keening wail, cavilling about its fraud, this time, in Germany, just the opposite is happening.

According to the Austrian doctor now residing in England, after an interview by Der Spiegel, an interview adverse to homeopathy, 100’s of delusional Germans are responding in the comment section by rhapsodizing about its virtues.

WHAT’S THIS YOU SAY?

According to a blog recently written by the First Chair of Complementary Med’s, this is a mass psychological aberration, and, he says, another well known homoeopath and I are at the head of it!

Some men are known for their perfidy, some for their boon; others for their acts and others still yet for their chance encounter with destiny. Some men, giants such as Alzheimer, Parkinson, Hodgkins, Lou Gehrig, Asperger, Krohn, lose their names to eponyms for newly discovered or idiopathic diseases, their remembrance only . . a malady.

Most of these eponymous diseases are named after the doctor’s who discovered them, others by the patients who sported them and one is named after two towns, Lyme and Old Lyme, in Connecticut.

Or was it New York?

I don’t know, I’m too busy fighting with that other homoeopath over who’s first chair of “homoeopathic delusionism” to get trivia straight. But I must say, how unfortunate for the denizens of Lyme, wherever they may be.

Well, NO MATTER! Tell us more about “homoeopathic delusonism.” How do I get this disease?.

My name might be the label for this troubling condition, but in lieu of a second opinion I think the honor of the odd hominem should go to the doctor who’s chasing me with it (or the place where he first started spreading it) ex-professor of “complementary medicine” Edzard Ernst, who at the University of Exeter  morphed into the Joseph Mengele of homoeopathy.

EXETER’s DISEASE

Why is Edzard Ernst so important? The reason is because he has been the chief ideologue of the placebo theory for the action of homoeopathics and Head Basher. Ernst wants you to use the murder meds big pharma pumps out and join the genocide. Homoeopathy is screwing up their plans to bankrupt America and drain the British Empire.  When you read in the Wikipedia article on Homeopathy the assertion that homeopathic medicines are dangerously inert traces back to Ernst, twisting the meta analyses, and hiding his wound . .

HIS WOUND?

Yes, his horrible, shocking weakness . . I’ll get to that later. But first you must know that in his December 3rd, 2013 blog, Ernst says at least 500 people, who in the German language newspaper Der Spiegel, have now identified themselves as “end-stage homeopathic delusionists” (sic) of which, he says, homoeopathy author, practitioner and proselyte Dana Ullman and I (John Benneth) are his favorite examples amongst the afflicted, both of us patriotic Americans!

WE’RE WINNING . .

Ernst says that after being interviewed about alternative medicine by the newspaper, which included his views on homeopathy (sic), only in part, hordes of people responded with anecdote and testimony, supporting homoeopathy [correct spelling] a system of medical similitude developed by 19th century Saxon physician Samuel Hahnemann.

INCREDIBLE . . ERSTAUNLICH!

ERNST SAYS testimonies included statements like “what I discovered shifted my world for ever.”

Such superlatives and rhapsodizing, Ernst says, are because homeopathic medicine induces an “epiphany.”

“The starting point of this journey towards homeopathy-worship,” he says, “is usually an impressive personal experience which is often akin to an epiphany (defined as a moment of sudden and great revelation or realization). I have met hundreds of advocates of homeopathy, and those who talk about this sort of thing invariably offer impressive stories about how they metamorphosed from being a ‘sceptic’ (yes, it is truly phenomenal how many believers insist that they started out as sceptics) into someone who was completely bowled over by homeopathy, and how that ‘moment of great revelation’ changed the rest of their lives. Very often, this ’Saulus-Paulus conversion’ relates to that person’s own (or a close friend’s) illness which allegedly was cured by homeopathy.”

HE’S AFRAID!

NEXT: Should I comfort him, or take him to task for his perfidy?

You decide!

Benneth

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THE DELUSION OF HOMEOPATHY

Since my last posting August 7th, 2012, a lot has happened in the world of homeopathy, some things quite personal to me, but during all that time I’ve kept my lip buttoned. I vowed not to say a word until I was prepared to speak more on the most important thing I know, the physics of homeopathy, what makes the homeopathic remedy tick.

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In September 2012 I was drawn into an argument on the Homeopathic World Community website with my old friend, the world’s most beloved homeopath, Vaikunthanath das Kaviraj. The argument  with Kaviraji was over the physics of homeopathy and then, after it was over, I suffered a deeply frozen shoulder of an arctic polar grade, which I finally shrugged off with a dose of Lycopodium, a dose that worked almost instantaneously.

While Australian health authorities were trying to stifle information about homeopathic prophylaxis (dynamic immunization) Canada was licensing it. Homeopathy antagonists Edzard Ernst and David Colquhoun fell from grace for the flaming indiscretions brought on by the usual hypocrisy of localized skepticism; then in March Kaviraji passed away.  And then efforts to fluoridate Portland Oregon ’s pristine alpine reservoir failed . . again.

But through all of it, with all I had to say, I didn’t write a word and kept the blog moribund, with the exception of an occasional response to a comment, like last Saturday’s on a blog I wrote two years ago about curing homosexuality . . always good for a comment or two.

For the demise of our antagonists I felt no satisfaction, it was inevitable, as is the continued use of homeopathics in stopping epidemics, curing cancer and homosexuality, because homeopathy is the basis for all immunizations and cures of illness, physical and otherwise, always has been and always will be until some new principle of immunity and cure is found.

The only problems is seeing it . . and learning how to cut the dose.

And I felt no real grief when Kaviraj passed away. I miss his commiseration, but after the argument a kind of emotional numbness set in. It was inevitable. He shouldn’t have died.  I can’t even say I felt I was disappointed, when in fact I’d be mad at him if it wasn’t for my pet ego . But I didn’t post a word about it since my argument with him because I did not want to say anything more on this blog until I was able, as I am now, to present to the world the crystalliferous physics of homeopathy, the only thing missing from the case for what is the world’s only real medicine.

I know this all sounds carelessly oversold and dangerous to say, I’ve heard it repeated that its bunk again and again over the years, but the truth is behind it. I’ve learned to choose my words carefully before I put them together carelessly. I don’t like to say anything I can’t back up with a credible reference.  MD Anderson, the top cancer clinic in the U.S., collaborating with the Banerjis, the top cancer clinic in India, discovered that OTC homeopathics can cure cancer, and dozens of homosexuals have shed their curse using the practice of similitude to keep their heads from rolling in Arab streets.

All the vituperative and putative perceptions of homeopathy have been, are and always will be delusions, with the exception of one, that there has been no known physico-chemical explanation for it . .  perhaps. 

That homeopathy is fraud is a delusion; that it doesn’t work is a delusion; that it isn’t accepted by the medical profession is a delusion; that there are no double blind tests for it is a delusion; that there are no known corollaries for “like cures like” is a delusion; that water doesn’t have a memory is a delusion;  that it isn’t peer reviewed is a delusion; that it isn’t the soul of immunology is a delusion;  that it isn’t the only cure for epidemics is a delusion; that the vaccine is not homeopathic is a delusion; that mainstream so-called medicine, i.e. allopathy, is medicine is a delusion.

And with the word “perhaps” I equivocate that there is no known physico chemical explanation for homeopathy, not because there is doubt in my mind about the explanation, but because there is doubt in my mind whether or not I am the only one who knows it.

It’s time the world understands what homeopathy really is.

Yes, I know what they will say, that once Benneth takes Ruta for his eyestrain he’ll find his remedy is Platina.

LOL!

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The Case Against the Case Against Homeopathy

Have you read the previous blog? I hope so, it might give you a better context into which to put . .

The Case Against the Case Against Homeopathy

SHOUT OUT to homeopaths in the home of Hahnemann, Germany; and homeopaths all over the world, in Ireland; Austria; Pakistan; Chile; Poland, Canada; Australia; India; the Netherlands; Croatia; Argentina; Iceland; Togo; the home of Clarke, the United Kingdom; and the home of Kent, the US of A, all who have been reading this column. Thanks for your support . . theoretically

You can stop reading now: THERE IS NO CASE AGAINST HOMEOPATHY.

There never has been and there never will be.

The rest of this blog is entertaiment of the type you’d find on a Roman holiday.

THE PROBLEM WITH theoretical reasoning, it always falls and fails under the grinding wheel of everyday use, and should it ever be hauled into the assizes, there’s always a jury: Half who knows somebody who has tried homeopathy  . .  and swears by it . . and half who knows somebody who hasn’t . . and swears at it.

Homeopathy isn’t easy to explain to people who aren’t familiar with it, and even harder to explain to people who are . . or think they are. Bu then again nobody has really been able to explain gravity very well, either. Those who have tried it swear it’s for real, but like homeopathy, try to explain it to someone who isn’t familiar with it’s effects and you may get a puzzled look, and hear them say they’d rather stick with levity.

And just because we can’t explain how something works doesn’t stop us from using it if we know it does. Thank God we don’t have 13th century scientists following us around in pushcarts telling us we can’t listen to our radios or watch our TVs, use our toasters or launch our pets and heroes into outer space, because they “don’t know how it works, it’s too implausible . . its the work of the devil!

OR PLACEBOS . .

And presumably, to them, neither do we know how all these rather obtuse things work, because our explanation for how they do won’t suffice for the zeusophobe who has already decided it’s psychogenic, i.e. the operator is responsible, possessed by the Devil, or in 21st century terms, in the mad thrall of a placebo.

Though they’ll never admit it, the sad fact is there are a number of things that don’t make sense, even to the most gifted atheist or prize winning scientist, things such as ontology, the study of Being, or why it is that hasn’t crushed by its own weight yet?

The rest of us lamebrains are compelled to ask, why must Atheists and Intelligent Design authors fight? Why must Creationists and Evolutionists quarrel like dogs over what is Holy to them? What is there in Bible ink that doesn’t jibe with chalk dust?

In the sage words of Rodney King after his Hyundai was pulled over for breaking a hundred MPH downtown (and he was truncheoned into a flapjack) “why can’t we all just get along?”

Exactly . . although maybe not going as fast as Romney, but who’s to criticize another man’s direction? I don’t hear our Australian jurists trying to kick that one out of bed.

This digresses down to demands for minute details as examples, like the contradicting figures “scientists” give us for the size and age of the observable Universe, a 48 billion or so light year radius mistake that made it to that size in only 13.7 billion light years. Talk about speeding, even Rodney King couldn’t explain that one.

Oh, they will surely cough up some hairball explanation for it, to be sure, mumble something about an “expanding Universe,” but common sense impounds us not to make it worse with a dumb excuse like that one, just take Rodney’s advice and STFU the next time you break the light speed barrier, talk to my hand, call my attorney, get a job.

Confused? Well let me put it this way. Why is it that the objects most distant from the eye, those galaxies, quasars and nebulae, look about the same age as those much closer . . ? Shouldn’t they all be proto galaxies, quasars and nebulae?

These calculating minds, such as the one that prepares bulls against homeopathy in Australia, and the one that touts it in the UK Guardian, should be able to explain to us why it is that telescopes can view perfectly modern galacti well beyond what should be the limits of astronomical observations, the radius of 13.7 billion light years . . i.e. 6.85, an eight of what all these logically attuned, homeopathy-hating astromoners claim it to be.

I SUGGEST TO YOU THIS is why junior James Randi Educational Foundation (JREF) astronomer and homeopathy-hater Neil deGrasse Tyson is in a state of perpetual hyperventilation; why JREF astronomer and homeopathy-hater Phil Plaitt runs away from cameras held by believers; and why JREF eponym James Randi has to play three card Monte with the code to the double blind for every homeopathy biochemical lab test he witnesses.

 Well, pshaw you say, what about shooting all the homeopaths? What do the sunspots on Arcturus have to do with that, that’s why we’re here isn’t it?

Well, I say, I may seem to be rambling because I can’t see my prepared notes due to the blindfold, and I haven’t finished my cigarette yet, and I thought that besides supper the condemned gets a few last words in edgewise, you see, and I find it fascinating, if not celestially funny, that the spoken size of the Universe, in total, matches Avogadro’s number, 10 to the 23rd, the point in serial dilution, when it so happens, by some wild coincidence, the homeopathic remedy ascends from the material to etheric, where the van der waal forces take over in structure from what was formerly the domain of heterogeneous molecular composition, and not one, not one in a Godzillion of the intended molecule is left in solution, when it goes from dumb science into the spiritual dimension.

But wait!

This can also be put into the atheist’s dimension of astronomical and homeopathic wonders by saying that what we see, (although it may look like a lot) is hardly worth mentioning. In fact, like they say of the high dilute, it‘s nothing at all. The theoretical size of the unseen Universe, that which is beyond myopia, is estimated (without any intended regard to homeopathy) to be 10-23rd power times larger than the observable Universe.

By material standards, in our observable Universe, we are real enough, but in our theoretical one we are nothing at all.

Same as the case against homeopathy.

NEXT: Implausible as it may seem . .

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