An Epidemic of Vaccines
You may wonder why I spend so much time talking about vaccines. Certainly there other important issues. The reason, is that when you vaccinate a baby with toxic products, damaging or destroying its beautiful life, nothing much matters after that. To make matters worse, lawmakers on the payroll of drug companies are pushing for mandatory vaccines, without exemption. Despite the rants of vaccine deniers, the connection between vaccines and autism is rock solid. Where does this lead us? The U.S. Centers for Disease Control (CDC) now estimates that 1 in 50 children have been diagnosed with an autism spectrum disorder (ASD).1
What if a child somehow escapes vaccine injury? Is he or she home free? Pharma is now instigating mandatory vaccines for all adults. The biggest push is for the annual flu shot, which may contain mercury, aluminum, formaldehyde and foreign DNA. The immunogeneticist Dr. Hugh Fudenberg, author of 850 papers in peer reviewed journals, found that if a person had five consecutive flu shots, their chances of getting Alzheimer’s Disease was ten times higher than if they had zero, one, or two shots. 2 As of November 2013, the federal Vaccine Adverse Events Reporting System recorded over 93,000 reports of vaccine reactions, hospitalizations, injuries and deaths after influenza vaccinations.3
People will ask, “If vaccines are so dangerous, what else can we do?” Disease prevention has been managed successfully and safely for 200 years using various homeopathic remedies and nosodes. There are now specific protocols for homeoprophylaxis of most epidemic diseases.
During the last 15 years, I gave my mother the homeopathic remedy Influenzinum 30c to avoid vaccines during the flu season. Four days a week she attended a community center along with 200 other seniors. She rode in a crowded bus every day – and she never got the flu. She was exposed not just to flu, but to other contagious diseases, for which she was not vaccinated. My mother passed away last month at 101 years old. May angels sing her to her rest.
CDC Report 65. Adobe PDF file [PDF – 163 KB] March 2013. 
In This Issue
We interview veterinarian, homeopath, author and past president of the IAVH, Dr. Peter Gregory, who weighs in on the teaching of homeopathy, vaccines, raw foods and more.
We also interview Dana Ullman, the famous spokesperson of homeopathy and a celebrated author.
Ashok RajGuru – Genius, Sensation, Source and Periodic Table
Jiri Cehovsky – Autopathy – Self-Healing by the Vital Force
Howard Strauss – His meeting with Albert Schweitzer
Dr. Joe Rozencwajg – Natural topical treatment for some skin cancers
Dr. William Boericke – Rules for Doing Provings
Elaine Lewis – TIDBITS
Alan V. Schmukler – TIPS and SECRETS
Misha Norland – Remedies from Human Sources
Bithu Pius – Homoeopathy in Maternal Stress
Petr Zacharias – Asperger’s Syndrome
Petr Hoffman – Ovarian Cyst
Dr. Roshny Fernandez – Asthma
Dr. Kushala Salian – Suppressed Anger
Dr. Prabodhchandra Meshram – OCD and Joint Pain
Dr. K. Rahjees – Auto Immune Disease
Dr. Rajneesh Kumar Sharma – Ovarian cyst.
Ejaz Farid Ahmed = Enlarged Liver
Dr. Salma Afroz – Abdominal Colic
Dr. Satayakaam Trigunait – Atopic Dermatitis
Rachel Levine – Overactive Gag Reflex
Mirjana Zivanov – Thuja case solved with Tetractys
Ask the Holistic Vet – Dr. Deva Khalsa, holistic veterinarian answers veterinary questions from readers. Send your questions to
Robert Medhurst – Part 37 in his important series on research in homeopathy.
Dr. Seyedaghanoor Sadeghi – Homeopathy and Type I Diabetes
Raising a Vaccine Free Child by Wendy Lydall – Reviewed by Vatsala Sperling
More Doctoring: Selected Writings, Volume 2 (1977-2014), by Dr. Richard Moskowitz – reviewed by Dr. George Guess.
Elementary Nutrition for Homeopaths –by Dr. Je Rozencwajg –Reviewed by Rochelle Marsden.
The Potency; Advanced Prescribing in Homeopathy – The Fibonacci Potencies Series: a unified theory and practice of modern homeopathic posology by Dr. Joe Rozencwajg – reviewed by Vatsala Sperling
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: