John Benneth to receive homeopathy’s highest award

I am overwhelmed . . I am being shipped to Paris next week with bioengineer Bronson Ayala assisting to receive from the Conte Foundation homeopathy’s highest award, the Yves Lasne Price, for my research into the homeopathic mechanism, and deliver my thesis, “Physic of the Infinitesimal.”
Wish us luck . .
Au revoir!




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

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

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

Diseases are radio transmissions.

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

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

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

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

I think he spit his teeth out.

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

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

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


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


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

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

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

Can dilutions beyond Avogadro be physically identified?


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

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

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


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

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

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

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


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

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

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


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

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

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

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

Benveniste/Montagnier conclusion: DISEASES ARE RADIO TRANSMISSIONS

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


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

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


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

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


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

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


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

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

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


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

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

The John Benneth Journal, October 14th, 2011.

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

3.) ROY AUDIO/PP How Homeopathy Works
4.) WITT: Complementary Therapies in Medicine (2007) 15, 128–138 The in vitro evidence for an effect of high homeopathic potencies – A systematic review of the literature
5.) MONTAGNIER: Interdiscip Sci Comput Life Sci (2009) 1: 81-90 Electromagnetic Signals Are Produced by Aqueous Nanostructures Derived from Bacterial DNA Sequences

6.) BENVENISTE: March 10, 1999, video of Jacques Benveniste Cavendish lecture Electromagnetically Activated Water and the Puzzle of the Biological Signal.
7.) CHAPLIN: Memory of Water,
8.) HAHNEMANN; The Organon of Medicine, 6th edition, Aphorism 11.