Our Job in 2016
The drug companies feel threatened, which is apparent from their increasing and coordinated attacks on homeopathy around the world. They know that homeopathy is the Genie, that if let out of the bottle, would end their toxic reign. Not only are their drugs toxic, they’re also expensive. Last year alone, 35 million Americans couldn’t afford to fill a prescription.
The pharmaceutical cabal undermines their own system every time they advertise a new drug. A typical ad sounds like this: “Side effects include increased risk of fungal and other infections, of hypertension, heart attack, stroke and cancer, which can lead to death”. In fact, the top 10 best selling prescription drugs have death as a side effect! The ads end with “So ask your doctor if this drug is right for you”. Are they kidding? What rational person would ask their doctor for those drugs? No one would, if they knew there was an alternative. People don’t’ like the present system and they know it’s deceitful. In a recent Harris poll, only 11% of the people said they trust Pharma.
If enough people knew about homeopathy, then the whole disease oriented, greed based drug system would slowly crumble. So that’s our job for the coming year. Every chance you get, share your passion about homeopathy with friends, family, neighbors, politicians, newspapers, radio and TV shows, on internet forums or wherever you can. If just a fraction of the 500 million people who have used homeopathy let their voices be heard, the genie would be out of the bottle.
Happy New Year!
The next time we meet, it will be a new year. We want to thank all of you for your dedication to homeopathy. The Hoacuoidep team wishes you and yours, a healthy, happy and productive New Year.
In this Issue:
We interview Rudi Verspoor, founder of the Hahnemann College for Heilkunst and more recently, The School for Romantic Healthcare. He explains the evolution of medical thought that led to both the flawed allopathic model and to homeopathy. He also presents eight articles, a treatise further elaborating those themes and a broader view of homeopathy. This is a deep philosophical exploration.
Articles by Rudi Verspoor
Outline of a Course of Study
The Crisis in Western Science – Romantic and Romanticism: Meaning and
The Question of Life
Goethean Science and Romanticism
Romanticism and the Crisis in Western Medicine
The Brunonian System and Romantic Medicine
The Hahnemannian System and Romantic Medicine
The Dual Track of Physician and Medician in Romantic Medicine
Dr. Jayakumar Pannakkal – Treating Dengue Hemorrhagic Fever with homeopathy.
Lucy De Pieri – A homeopath shares her personal experiences with vaccination.
Dr. Ronit Aboutboul – The story of a woman and her dog.
Alan V. Schmukler – Tips and Secrets
Elaine Lewis – Tidbits
The use of nosodes in broken down constitutions (author unknown)
Dr. C.G.Raue discusses homeopathy and alcoholism.
Jeanie Notti-Fullerton – Rabies Vaccinosis
Maja Letić – Epilepsy triggered by vaccination
Dr. Shyamji Rai – Rickets
Dr. Vipul Shastri – Dysuria
Heather Welch-Smith – Traumatic Brain Injury
Carmel Karty – Multiple chronic pathologies
Tricia Feijo – Vomiting
Ask the Holistic Vet – Holistic veterinarian Dr. Deva Khalsa answers veterinary questions from readers. Send your questions to [email protected]
Save a Gato – Dr. Ronit Aboutboul shares the inspiring story of a program for saving the stray cats of San Juan Puerto Rico using homeopathy.
A dog with chronic skin problems – Dr. Szecsődi Ferenc
A case of chronic eye ulcer in a cat – Dr. Ronit Aboutboul
Robert Medhurst – Part 36 in his important series on research in homeopathy.
Explore Your Inner Human – Animal Connection: The Joshi’s Approach
by Bhawisha Joshi, M.D. – reviewed by Vatsala Sperling
Spider and Scorpion Remedies in Homeopathy by Jonathan Hardy – reviewed by Dr. Joe Rozencwajg.
Understanding Posology in Classical Homeopathy (Revised 3rd International Edition) by Dr. Faroukh J. Master, Dr Natasha Fernandes – reviewed by Rochelle Marsden
Ask the Plant Doctors: Radko Tichavsky, Mark Moodie and Pawan Singhania answer reader’s questions about crops and houseplants.
There’s more! Remember to see Elaine Lewis’s Tidbits and Quiz, Alan’s Tips & Secrets and the new Cartoon and Crossword puzzle. Get Involved! Send your questions and comments, cases, articles, book reviews and interviews to: [email protected]