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Brief Directions for Forming a Complete Image of a Disease for the Sake of Homoeopathic Treatment.

“The invisible, morbid mutation in man’s internal and the change in condition perceptible to our senses in the external (the complex of symptoms), form before the eyes of creative Omnipotence what we call disease but only the totality of the symptoms is the side of the disease, which is turned to the disciple of healing only this is perceptible and is the main thing which he can know about the disease, and what he needs to know for the purpose of cure:” -Sam. Hahnemann, Organon of Healing. آ§6, Fourth Ed.

“The invisible morbid change within and the complex of the symptoms perceptible from without and belonging to the disease are as necessarily conditioned the one by the other and constitute the disease in such a unity, that the latter stand and fall with the former, that they must exist together and disappear together, etc.”-Ibid. آ§11.

“The physician who would investigate the hidden relations in the internal of the organs, may daily make his mistakes but the Homoeopath, if he with proper care seizes upon the true image of the complete group of symptoms, has a sure director, and if he succeeds in removing the entire group of symptoms, then he will have surely removed the hidden cause of the disease.”-Royal Councilor Rau, “The Homoeopathic Method of Healing,” Heidelberg. 1824, p.103.

From the words quoted, which contain an important part of the principles of Homoeopathic Practice, we not only see what the physician must know about the patient, in order that he may be able to make a sure selection among the known remedies, but also why he must know it. One single symptom may it be ever so complete and plainly pronounced can never be the complex of all the signs of a disease, which are externally perceptible (i. e., the whole complex of symptoms), nor enable us to guess the rest. Still less is possible if our aid is asked against quite a general name of a disease, which is not otherwise defined (e. g., headache, eyeache, toothache or bellyache), or against an ailment which includes quite a variety of diseases (as, e. g., convulsions, fever, gout, eruptions or against some troubles like lack of appetite weakness, aptness to take cold, insomnia, etc.), which belong to the common symptoms of disease, which are therefore seldom characteristic.

Homoeopathy can only promise a gentle, sure and permanent cure where it is enabled to oppose to disease that remedy which corresponds with the greatest similitude to all its perceptible symptoms, thus where the physician is completely informed of everything with the patient, which is other than should occur with a patient who is in complete health and is of his age and sex. Of course there are cases where the physician is able after a few questions and answers to determine with certainty the selection of the remedy. But in such a case these must refer to the characteristic points of the remedy, which to the experienced Homoeopath not infrequently are so plainly pronounced that he cannot be in doubt. But only the physician who is familiar with the pure virtues of the remedies and the peculiar sphere of action of each one can judge of this, as in one case a symptom else hardly considered may be characteristic, while in another case it may not have any particular value, and will deserve less consideration.

If, therefore, a patient wishes to report his illness to a physician living at a distance, and enable him to select the suitable remedy, he has to act in the following manner:

1. He should give a general image of the patient by stating the age, the sex, the constitution, mode of living, occupation and especially the disposition when the person was well. In many cases it is also of importance to know other peculiarities, such as, e. g., the complexion, the color of the hair, leanness or corpulence, whether slender or thickset, etc., and this should be added.

2. Then a brief mention should be made of former sicknesses passed through, together with their course and cure, with a remark as to any sequelae they may have left. Then it is very desirable to know the kind of treatment used and the medicines that were prescribed, and if this can be shown by enclosing the prescriptions used this should be given briefly but plainly and clearly.

3. Then the present disease should be described, first in its general outlines, emphasizing the most prominent or the most troublesome symptoms then should be given exactly and circumstantially according to the whole extent all the symptoms, describing in every case just how the patient himself feels, or how those around him observe the matter, abstaining from the use of technical terms and learned names as far as possible, as these are general in their nature, while Homoeopathy must individualize most strenuously.

4. Then let him give a complete register of all the morbid symptoms, i. e., an enumeration of all the sensations and phenomena with the patient which are not seen in a healthy person. To avoid all unnecessary prolixity and countless repetitions, every symptoms should be given clearly and completely. With respect to clearness the usual conversational language in which the internal sensations of the patient may be expressed is at all times the best, and we need only take care that all indefinite and therefore inexpressive words, such as pain and ache, be omitted, and instead of them the kind of pain be described in the best known and most unequivocal expression.

With respect to completeness in every case the exact location of the pain in the body (e. g., on the head: the forehead, the temples, the sides of the head, the vertex, the occupied then also whether on the right or the left side, in the half of the whole of the head) so also the time and circumstances should be enumerated, which have an influence on the aggravation of amelioration of the pains. As to the time the exact times of the day (whether morning, forenoon, afternoon, evening, night, before midnight, after midnight) should be enumerated. So also the periodical aggravation or amelioration as to hours, days, or seasons should be exactly reported. Among the circumstances it should always be stated what influence is exerted by rest or by motion, and by particular, modes of the same (e. g., lying, sitting, standing, walking, running, riding on horseback or in a vehicle, etc.), so also the influence exerted by warmth or cold, the open air and the room, by various enjoyments, by touch, by baring the body, by overheating, by eating and drinking in general, by emotions, by dry or wet weather, by thunderstorms, by daylight or candlelight, etc., as to the aggravation or amelioration of the symptoms.

In order that there may be a natural sequence in the symptoms and that nothing may be omitted, the subjointed rubric of the condition of the patient should be followed, and in every case it should be noted what there is of morbid in those cases, where there is nothing morbid, we pass it over, but that which is especially marked, should be underscored. Every new symptom begins a new line. The reporter must consider that every special symptom belongs always to one and the same disease, and that the Homoeopathic physician must view and weigh every group of symptoms even in epidemic diseases, as if it never before existed in the world, and now appeared for the first time.


The subjects to be considered and the order in which they are to be given are the following:



a. According to its nature (whirling around, falling forward, to the side, backward, in a circle, etc.).

b. According to the time of the day (morning, forenoon, afternoon, evening, night, before midnight after midnight).

c. According to position and circumstances.

1. Aggravated.

2. Improved (e. g., on rising from bed or from a seat, on raising oneself up, while moving, while at rest, when stooping, on awaking, before, during or after eating, while riding, during the chill, during the heat, in the open air, in the room,. while walking, riding, ascending, while lying on the back, on the side, while looking upward, during warmth, during cold, during or after stool, after drinking alcoholic beverages, etc.).

Attendant troubles (e. g., it becomes black before the eyes, nausea and vomiting, yawning, flushes of heat, various pains in the head or the body, bleeding in the nose, weariness and swooning, trembling, etc.).


a. According to the sensations (e. g., numbness, unconsciousness, stupidity and dizziness, dullness of the head, staggering, drunkenness, chaos in the head, etc.).

b. According to the time of day.

c. According to the position and circumstances.

Aggravated. Relieved.


a. According to its nature (e. g., exhausted by mental work, nervousness, difficulty in comprehending, inability to think, stupidity, delirium, fixed ideas, lack of thoughts, weakness of thoughts, excited phantasy, fanciful illusions, delusions of the senses, inability to remember distraction, insanity, etc.).

b. As to the time of the day.

c. According to the position and circumstances, aggravated or relieved.



a. As to its nature: diminution in the memory, weakness, loss, forgetfulness.



a. According to the sensations (rush of blood, boring, burning, pressure inwards or outwards, pulsation, heat, cold, sensation of looseness, crawling, pressing together, pressing apart, tearing, lancinating, with tension, numbness, digging, as if bruised, drawing, twitching, etc.-every time stating with exactness whether the pain occupies the whole head, or is in the forehead, the temples, the sides, the vertex, the occiput, predominantly on the right side or on the left).

b. With respect to the time of the day.

c. With respect to position and circumstances.

1. Aggravated.

2. Relieved.

d. Accompanying ailments.



a. As to sensations (e. g., dandruff on the scalp, eruptions of various kinds, burning, painful sensitiveness of the skin, swelling, falling out of the hair, painfulness of the hair, sensation of pulling on the hairs, and on the scalp, heat, coldness, twitching, knots and bumps, pain of various kinds in the bones, shuddering, perspiration, tension, lancination, drawing, twitching, contraction, etc.).

b. With respect to the time of the day.

c. As to position and circumstances, worse or better.



a. As to the sensations.

1. On the pupil and on the eye in general.

2. In the eyebrows.

3. In the cavity of the eyes.

4. On the eyelids.

5. In the corners of the eyes (everywhere not only with exactness the kind of sensation, as in the preceding, but also exactly the locality, e. g., on the upper and lower eyelids, in the inner or outer corner of the eye, etc.).

b. As to the time of the day.

c. As to the position and circumstances.

1. Improved.

2. Aggravated.


a. As to the sensations (dazzling of the eyes, blindness, flickering before the eyes, delusion of the sight as to colors, or as to objects which are not at all present, spots, sparks, mist,. fog, etc., shortsightedness, farsightedness, photophobia, weakness of the eyes, amaurosis, or cataract, dimness of vision, blackness before the eyes, etc.).

b. As to the time of the day.

c. As to the position and circumstances.

1. Aggravated.

2. Improved.


a. As to sensations.

1. 1n the ears, various issues from the ear, boring, burning, pressure in and on the ears, changes and sensations in the glands of the ears, heat, cold, itching, pinching, crawling, tearing, lancinating, tension, drawing, clawing, consistence of the ear-wax, etc.

2. In the hearing (e. g., sensitiveness to noise, delusions of the hearing, buzzing, ringing, tingling, hissing, singing, detonations, etc.-diminution in the hearing, hardness of hearing, deafness, etc.).

b. As to the time of the day.

c. As to position and circumstances.



a. As to sensations.

1. On the nose (e. g., bleeding of the nose, bleeding when blowing the nose, eruption in or on the nose, various issues from the nose, ulceration, burning, swelling, redness, itching, of the nose, crawling sensation, tension, warts or other excrescences, etc.).

2. With respect to smelling (e. g., dulness or total lack of the sense of smelling, sensitiveness of the smell, various delusions as to smelling,


b. As to the time of the day.

c. As to position and circumstances.



a. As to color and external appearance (e. g., paleness, redness, various spots, freckles, blue rings around the eyes, yellowness of the face, etc.).

b. As to the sensations.

1. In the face in general (e. g., eruptions of various kinds, swelling, burning, heat, coldness, perspiration, itching, tearing, lancination, drawing, etc.).

2. On the lips (e. g., peeling off, cracking open, bleeding, eruptions, ulcers, burning, itching, spots, swelling, knots, tension, lancination, tearing, etc ).

3. On the lower jaw (e. g., convulsive pai, lockjaw, crackling or getting out of joint, various sensations in the glands of the lower jaw, swelling of the bones, tearing, lancination, etc.).

4. On the chin (e. g., tearing, lancinations, eruptions of various kinds, itching, burning, etc.).

c. As to the time of the day.

d. As to position and circumstances, worse or better.



a. As to sensations.

1. On the teeth (e. g., boring, burning, pressure, painful sensitiveness, breaking off and becoming rotten, becoming hollow, yellow or black itching, cold, heat, pulsation, becoming too long, looseness, gnawing and fretting, crawling, tearing, lancinations, twitches and blows, dullness of the teeth, soreness, drawing, jerking etc.-stating in every case what teeth are implicated).

2. On the gums ( e. g., bleeding, swelling, ulceration, redness, paleness, itching, drawing, tearing, etc.).

b. As to the time of the day.

c. As to position and circumstances.

1. Aggravated.

2. Improved.

d. As to the ailments connected therewith, and into what parts, if any, the pain extends.



a. As to the sensations.( After what has been given so far, further specifications will be unnecessary.)

1. In the buccal cavity.

2. On the hard or the soft palate.

3. In the fauces

4. With regard to the saliva. .

5. On the tongue.

6. With regard to language.

a. According to the time of the day. b. According to position and circumstances, worse or better



a. As to sensations (e. g., aversion to certain kinds of food or drinks, or special fondness therefor, voracity, quick satiety, some kinds of food or of beverages disagree, troubles appearing, after eating, etc.).

b. As to the times of the day.



a. As to sensations and circumstances (e. g., during chill, heat or perspiration, thirstlessness, etc.).

b. As to the times of the day.



a. As to the sensations (various tastes in the mouth, as well during eating as also at other times, and strange taste of some things).

b. As to the time of the day.

c. According to circumstances, aggravated or relieved.


a. As to sensations (among these things, belching up of food, of water, etc.-with, or without, any special taste, gathering of water in the mouth, heart burn, rising up in the throat, etc).

b. As to the time of the day.

c. As to position and circumstances.



a. As to sensations.

b. As to the times of the day.

c. As to the position and circumstances, worse or better.



a. As to sensations (vomituria, retching, vomiting of various taste, flabbiness, nausea with a statement as to the part where this is particularly situated, etc.).

b. As to the time of the day.

c. As to position and circumstances.

1. Aggravated.

2. Relieved.



a. As to the sensations.

1. In the stomach.

2. In the pit of the stomach (also here in every case should be accurately stated the sensations, with an avoidance of all indefinite expressions).

b. As to the time of the day.

c. As to position and circumstances, worse or better.



a. As to the sensations.

1. In the epigastrium.

2. In the umbilical region.

3. In the side of the abdomen and the hypochondria.

4. In the region of the hips and loins.

5. In the hypogastrium.

6. In the whole of the abdomen.

b. As to the time of the day.

c. As to position and circumstances, worse or better.


XXII. THE OUTER ABDOMEN (the abdominal walls).

a. As to the sensations.



a. As to the sensations (among these are also ruptures).



a. As to the sensations, flatulence, its accumulation, incarceration and discharge, with various smells, noise in the stomach, colic.

b. As to the times of the day.

c. As to position and circumstances, worse or better.



a. As to quality (diarrhoea, constipation, hard, soft, bloody, knotty, sharp, of especial color or smell, mucous, watery, etc.).

b. As to the accompanying troubles.

1. Before the stool.

2. During the stool.

3. After the stool.



a. As to the sensations (nature of the piles and the sensations in them, as in general on the inner and outer parts of the anus).



a. As to the sensations.



a. As to its quality.

b. As to the sediment.

c. As to the discharge (difference in the tenesmus and the micturition).

d. As to the accompanying ailments.

1. Before the micturition.

2. In the beginning of micturition.

3. During micturition.

4. When concluding micturition.

5. After micturition.



a. In the bladder.

b. In the urethra.


a. As to !he sensations.

1. On the sexual organs in general.

2. On the glans.

3. On the prepuce.

4. On the penis.

5. On the testicles.

6. On the scrotum.

7. On the spermatic cords.

8. On the female sexual organs.


a. As to the sensations (excitation of the sexual instinct, lack of it, impotence and weakness of the potency, seminal emissions, emission of the prostatic fluid, abuse, etc.).

b. As to the concomitant troubles.

1. During and after coition.

2. After pollutions.


a. As to its quality (returning too early, too late, too weak, too copious, too brief, too long lasting, blood is discharged outside of the period, suppressed menses, quality of the blood discharged, leucorrhoeas of various kinds, etc.).

b. As to the accompanying troubles.

1. Before the menses.

2. When the menses appear.

3. During the menses.

4. When the menses are concluded.

c. Troubles connected with the leucorrhoeas.



a. As to the sensations (running coryza, stuffed coryza, quality of the mucus, sneezing, dryness of the nose, nose stuffed up without a cold, etc.).

b. As to the times of the day, worse or better.

e. As to the accompanying troubles.



a. As to the sensations (nature of the respiration as to the smell or sound during respiration, retention of the breath, shortness of breath, with deep respiration, dyspnoea, angina, etc.).

b. As to the prevention of the respiration.

c. As to the time of the day.

As to position and circumstances, better or worse.


a. As to quality (with or without expectoration, husky, deep, hollow, convulsive, a small dry cough, whooping cough, tickling cough, etc.).

b. As to the expectoration (with respect to consistence, color, taste, smell and abundance).

c. As to the time of the day.

d. As to the excitation (as well with respect to the part where the irritation is located as the external circumstances which call forth the cough)

e. As to the accompanying troubles.



a. As to the sensations.

b. As to the time of the day.



a. As to the sensation in it, with an accurate description of the parts affected (the skin, glands, muscles, bones, etc.).



a. As to the sensations.

I. On the inner chest.

2. In the outer chest.

3. In the axillary glands.

4. In the glands and nipples of the breast.

5. In the heart and the cardiac region.

b. As to the time of the day.

c. As to position and circumstances, worse or better.



a. As to the sensations.

1. On the shoulder-blades.

2. In the back proper.

3. In the small of the back and the coccyx.

b. As to the time of the day.

c. As to position and circumstances, worse or better.



a. As to the sensations (in this case we must not only distinguish the exact spot, the shoulder, upper arm, lower arm, hand, finger, the joints of the shoulder, the elbow, the wrist, and the joints of the fingers, but also distinguish whether the sensation is more in the skin, the muscles or in the bones.)

b. As to the time of the day.

c. As to position and circumstances, worse or better.



a. As to the sensations (here should be observed what was said above as to the upper arm).

b. As to the time of the day.

c. As to position and circumstances, worse or better.



a. As to the sensations, here may be enumerated what would not find a suitable place elsewhere, so, also, a general description of the kind of pains or other morbid phenomena ( e. g., emaciation, bodily exhaustion, varices, trembling and quivering, attacks of epilepsy, or other illness, lack of sensibility, or supersensitiveness, convulsions, paralysis, swoons, restlessness in- the body, tendency to colds, twitches, ere. ), state this with the necessary clearness definiteness and completeness.

b. As to the time of the day, keeping in view more the general state of health.

c. As to position and circumstances, worse or better under which heading would fittingly be given a recapitulation of all that belongs here, having an influence on the whole as well as on the parts.



a. As to the sensations, in so far as they have not before been enumerated, in which case it is sufficient to refer to that.



a. As to sensations, with remarks as given in the preceding rubric.



a. As to the sensations, especially in those cases where the ailment ‘extends over several parts, with an exact description of the kind of cutaneous disease, the eruptions, itching, burning, , ulcers, tumors, blisters, spots, herpes, erysipelas, excrescences ere., and their progression according to the time and external circumstances. It is of especial importance to know in ulcers, herpes and itching what change occurs after touching, scratching or rubbing of the same and also the nature of the pus in the ulcers.



a. As to sensations, time, position and circumstances (stretching and yawning, late in falling asleep, waking up at night, insomnia with its well known causes, sleepiness at various times during the day, morbid sleep, troubles during sleep, somnolence, etc. ).

b. As to the quality of the dreams with respect to their number, time and subject.



a. Circulation of the blood, as to its nature, time, and the circumstances influencing the same,

b. Chill, as to its quality, time of day, circumstances and accompanying troubles.

c. Heat in the same way.

d. Shuddering, in the same way.

e. Sweat, in the same way, but especially with respect to the quality of the sweat, as to its color, consistence and smell.

f. Composite fevers, as to their whole characteristic, not only as to the sequence of chill, heat and sweat, but also as to the time of the day, duration, accompanying troubles, and such as precede and follow the attack.



a. As to its peculiarity (cheerfulness, changeableness, imaginary state of disease, impatience and hastiness, indifference and insensibility, suspicion and misanthropy, lack of determination, irresolution, anxiety and desperation, timidity and fearfulness, dejection and melancholy, sadness and weeping mood, vexation and obstinacy, excitement and irritability, quarrelsomeness, and passionateness, insanity, fury, etc. ) for a sure selection of the right remedy, the most plain and definite information is necessary and it should always be particularly mentioned what was the patient’s disposition when well, and how changed through his disease.

b. As to the time of day.

c. As to position and circumstances, worse or better.

The more complete and faithful the image of the disease is composed in this way, the more safely can the selection of the most suitable medicine for the present group of symptoms be made, and the more surely we may expect help for the same. Only in cases where diseases have been treated with large quantities of allopathic or domestic remedies, there will generally be added to the disease the effects of the medicines, disturbing the image, and in such a case it is absolutely necessary, as stated above, to also inform the homeopathic physician by communicating to him the prescriptions or telling him about them.

In conclusion, I would remark that every time after the completion of the full action of a medicine a new image, of the disease should be taken. It happens at times, though not often, that the symptoms throughout remain unchanged. In such a case at the first presentation one thing or another has been overlooked, and the image had not been presented quite correctly, and the remedy which accordingly was incorrectly selected remained without effect. In such a case it will therefore be necessary to go over the whole image of the disease, one point after the other, and to supplement the presentation by the necessary corrections or explanations.

Most frequently it will be found that in chronic cases which are inveterate, the chief ailing has only been diminished, but still continues, nevertheless when the medicine has completed its action, the concomitant symptoms have suffered such a change that the former remedy will not appear at all applicable any more. In such a case the homoeopathic physician can only make a sure selection after having been informed of these changes by a new complete image of the disease. For it is not only taught by experience, but it lies in the nature of all chronic diseases which have in consequence been interwoven with the whole organism, that rarely or never one remedy will cover the whole complex of symptoms so that it will be necessary in order to destroy the whole malady fundamentally to let several medicines, selected after each report, operate, until nothing morbid may be left.

Lead Developer Of HPV Vaccines Comes Clean, Warns Parents & Young Girls It’s All A Giant Deadly Scam

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Dr. Diane Harper was the lead researcher in the development of the human papilloma virus (HPV) vaccines, Gardasil™ and Cervarix™.  She is now the latest in a long string of experts who are pressing the red alert button on the devastating consequences and irrelevancy of these vaccines.  Dr. Harper made her surprising confession at the 4th International Converence on Vaccination which took place in Reston, Virginia.  Her speech, which was originally intended to promote the benefits of the vaccines, took a 180-degree turn when she chose instead to clean her conscience about the deadly vaccines so she “could sleep at night”.  The following is an excerpt from a story by Sarah Cain:

“Dr. Harper explained in her presentation that the cervical cancer risk in the U.S. is already extremely low, and that vaccinations are unlikely to have any effect upon the rate of cervical cancer in the United States.  In fact, 70% of all HPV infections resolve themselves without treatment in a year, and the number rises to well over 90% in two years.  Harper also mentioned the safety angle.  All trials of the vaccines were done on children aged 15 and above, despite them currently being marketed for 9-year-olds.  So far, 15,037 girls have reported adverse side effects from Gardasil™ alone to the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System (VAERS), and this number only reflects parents who underwent the hurdles required for reporting adverse reactions.  At the time of writing, 44 girls are officially known to have died from these vaccines.  The reported side effects include Guillian Barré Syndrome (paralysis lasting for years, or permanently — sometimes eventually causing suffocation), lupus, seizures, blood clots, and brain inflammation.  Parents are usually not made aware of these risks.  Dr. Harper, the vaccine developer, claimed that she was speaking out, so that she might finally be able to sleep at night.  ’About eight in every ten women who have been sexually active will have HPV at some stage of their life,’ Harper says.  ’Normally there are no symptoms, and in 98 per cent of cases it clears itself.  But in those cases where it doesn’t, and isn’t treated, it can lead to pre-cancerous cells which may develop into cervical cancer.’” 

Although these two vaccines are marketed as protection against cervical cancer, this claim is purely hypothetical.  Studies have proven “there is no demonstrated relationship between the condition being vaccinated for and the rare cancers that the vaccine might prevent, but it is marketed to do that nonetheless.  In fact, there is no actual evidence that the vaccine can prevent any cancer.  From the manufacturers own admissions, the vaccine only works on 4 strains out of 40 for a specific venereal disease that dies on its own in a relatively short period, so the chance of it actually helping an individual is about about the same as the chance of her being struck by a meteorite.”

Institute for Homoeopathic Medicine Diploma course

The I.H.M. in association with P&W are writing an external  Diploma course in Hahnemannian Homoeopathy using the Therapeutic Pocket Book for patient evaluation.

The course is aimed directly at post graduate therapists, who wish to return to the real methodology in the practice of genuine homoeopathy. As soon as we have more details, we will let you know.

The couse will also be available in Spanish.


Vaccine fraud exposed: Measles and mumps making a huge comeback because vaccines are designed to fail, say Merck virologists.

Disclaimer: I am not an opponent of the theory of inoculation. Nor am I opposed to science. What I am opposed to is fraudulent science, and that’s what this article is all about.

Measles and mumps are making a huge comeback in the United States, but doctors and journalists all make the same critical error in understanding why. They blame “parents who don’t vaccinate their kids” as the cause, but the real cause — as revealed by whistleblowing scientists working for top vaccine manufacturers — is that measles and mumps vaccines are designed to fail from the start.

Scientific fraud, it turns out, is an inherent part of the vaccine industry.

How do we know? Because whistleblowers who worked in the industry have found the courage to speak out and tell the truth. These people are the Edward Snowdens of the vaccine industry.

Merck falsified its mumps vaccine efficacy results, say former employees

Merck knowingly falsified its mumps vaccine test results to fabricate a “95% efficacy rate” say former Merck virologists Stephen Krahling and Joan Wlochowski in their shocking False Claims Act document.

As I wrote last year, ” In order to do this, Merck spiked the blood test with animal antibodies in order to artificially inflate the appearance of immune system antibodies.”

From the False Claims Act complaint:

Merck also added animal antibodies to blood samples to achieve more favorable test results, though it knew that the human immune system would never produce such antibodies, and that the antibodies created a laboratory testing scenario that “did not in any way correspond to, correlate with, or represent real life … virus neutralization in vaccinated people,” according to the complaint.

Merck, of course, denies the claims, just like all the drug companies deny ever engaging in bribery, or using children for medical experiments, or ghostwriting “scientific” studies that get published in science journals, or conspiring to suppress competing generic drugs and so on. Yet, as history has shown, all the top drug companies are routinely engaged in widespread criminal behavior, including conspiracy, fraud, bribery and more.

Stephen Krahling and Joan Wlochowski are simply telling us what we already suspected: that Merck falsifies the efficacy of their vaccines in order to make them appear to be working when they actually aren’t. Why would a drug company do such a thing? Consider the fact that Merck has both motive and opportunity.

Why drug companies design vaccines to fail

The vaccination dogma is so deeply embedded in the minds of doctors, journalists and the public, that any time a communicable disease starts to spread, everybody immediately leaps to the false conclusion that “more vaccines are needed.” This is very nearly a Pavlovian reaction in the minds of the brainwashed masses. “Spread of disease = lack of vaccines.”

Thus, the spread of disease actually boosts vaccine sales. Epidemics are a “marketing tool” to create demand for a profitable product that people can be convinced to purchase over and over again, year after year, whether it works or not.

And how do you create that demand? You engineer an epidemic by making sure your own vaccine products don’t work. Fear drives people to get vaccinated, so fear is used as the primary marketing tool.

But why hasn’t the con been exposed yet? Why haven’t scientists announced that most of the children afflicted with measles and mumps are the very same children who were vaccinated? One study showed that 97 percent of children afflicted with mumps had already been vaccinated against mumps.

In 2010, a mumps outbreak spread in New Jersey, and 77 percent of children afflicted with mumps had already been vaccinated against mumps.

The same is true with measles. Most measles outbreaks spread among those who have been vaccinated against measles.

When a swine flu outbreak swept through Britain in 2010, it turns out that 70 percent of those infected had already been vaccinated against swine flu.

Far from protecting people from disease outbreaks, vaccines often promote the pandemic they claim to prevent.

Vaccines are ASSUMED to work, not proven to work

Why does the industry keep getting away with this fraud? The answer is because nobody ever compares infection rates of vaccinated vs. unvaccinated people. They all just ASSUME vaccines work because that is the dogma of modern medicine. Assumption becomes “fact” in the minds of brainwashed medical experts.

This is one of the tenants of the fraud-based medical system: Vaccines are assumed to work 100% of the time, without exception, and anyone who questions this is immediately branded a heretic. There is no tolerance whatsoever for any critical thinking or scientific inquiry when it comes to vaccines. And God forbid if you bring up the issue of mercury in vaccines, as the vaccine industry apparently believes that mercury magically becomes non-toxic when used in vaccines and injected into the body.

Thus, vaccines that fail (due to low efficacy) are never detected or even questioned. The fraud continues right under our noses. So a vaccine company can easily put a mumps or measles vaccine into circulation that is designed to fail while actually weakening the immune system from the mercury, formaldehyde, MSG and aluminum that are still used in vaccines today.

This actually causes an increase in the spread of these diseases, resulting in more alarmist media stories about the “spread of measles and mumps” which then results in more parents rushing to CVS pharmacies to get their children injected with yet another useless vaccine.

How’s that for an insidious profit model?

But it’s even worse than that. While some vaccines are simply designed to fail, other vaccines are designed to cause outbreaks of disease.

Some vaccines are actively spiked with live viruses to cause pandemics

As Natural News previously exposed, the vaccine industry was caught shipping live viruses to vaccine manufacturers of flu vaccines in 18 countries.

This was done by none other than Baxter International, Inc. one of the top suppliers of “weakened” flu virus material for use in vaccines. Except in this case, they weren’t weakened. Vaccines made with this material simply gave people the flu!

In the realm of desktop computing, many people believe that anti-virus companies write and release viruses in order to cause fear and boost demand for their products. It’s an incredibly effective way to sell more products. All you have to do is pay a group of hackers a couple of million dollars to keep writing viruses that get covered in the mainstream media. The scarier the story, the more people buy anti-virus software. I happen to know firsthand that McAfee uses dishonest scare tactics to sell their security software services, claiming your website is infected when it actually isn’t.

Vaccine companies, it turns out, use the same tactic. From time to time, they allow live viruses into the flu shots, thereby spreading influenza and causing the very kind of fear and panic that drives people into pharmacies to buy more vaccines.

The WHO and CDC are all part of it too, stirring up irrational fear and panic like they did with the H5N1 virus a few years ago. It turns out that WHO panel members receive kickbacks from drug companies to engineer these anti-science scare stories.

During the swine flu pandemic, it was revealed that 5 of the 15 members of a WHO advisory panel had financial ties to the very same drug companies who would financially benefit from the pandemic. That’s called “conflict of interest” in any other industry, yet for some reason it is fully tolerated in the fraudulent vaccine industry.

In 2010, an outstanding article by Dr. Gary Null explained much of this in excruciating detail. Read that article here on Natural News.

The deeper you dig into the vaccine industry and its longstanding practice of scientific fraud, misrepresentation, fear mongering and “medical false flags,” the more you realize just what a total con the vaccine industry has become.

Beware of the feds’ flu shots, says Michael Savage

‘Not everything your government tells you is true.’

Don’t get a flu shot, warns conservative talk show host Michael Savage, because you just can’t trust the government.

“Did Harry Reid get a flu shot?” the Larkspur, Calif., resident asked in a recent broadcast. “Did Barack Obama take a flu shot? Did Barack Obama’s lovely family take a flu shot? Did Joe Biden take a flu shot?

“Which of the mandarins took a flu shot?”

So far, there’s been no response from the mandarins. Very suspicious. If the CDC is going to urge Americans to get vaccinated, the White House could at least say whether Sasha and Malia got their shots.

The flu vaccine contains formaldehyde, a known carcinogen, Savage says. Totally true. Getting a flu shot might not be the same as eating FEMA trailer insulation, but you are having formaldehyde injected into your body.

Same with thimerosal, a mercury-laced organic compound used as a preservative in some flu shots. Thimerosal has been linked by some to autism.

Now the pro-flu shot lobby will tell you that the negligible quantities of formaldehyde and thimerosal in the vaccine are harmless, even for young children.

It will remind you that side effects are very rare, that you can’t get the flu from getting vaccinated and that the new “combined” shots, which protect against both H1N1 and seasonal flu, are made the same way as the old flu shots.

But, says Dr. Savage (Did you know he’s a doctor? Not a medical doctor, but still), suppose you do get a shot and years pass “and you get ALS or Alzheimer’s disease or MS, or you watch your kid develop seizures, or your kid becomes autistic, God forbid, what are you going to say?”

You’ll say, “I shouldn’t have gotten that flu shot back in 2013,” that’s what! Unless you get Alzheimer’s.

So listen to Dr. Savage and refuse to submit to the pro-flu shot lobby’s disease-eradicating agenda. After all, when was the last time any government-recommended vaccine containing formaldehyde did any good?

Well, except for measles, mumps, rubella, chickenpox and polio.

Did I mention you shouldn’t drink fluoridated water?


The I.H. M. and P&W are pleased to announce an association with 4 experienced homoeopaths on the beautiful Island of Mallorca. Working together in the The Homeopathic Medical Centre Mallorca since 1982. Andreu Forteza, Isidre Lara, Joaquin Peleteiro and Josep Maria Quera.

Dr Isidre Lara is the new Spanish representative for P&W, and the homoeopathic clinic is now on the approved list of practitioners.

The clinic practitioners have been through a variety of training in their careers, but have always stayed true to the basic implementation of the application of homeoopathic principles. the SYNOPSIS program is now installed on their computers for everyday use.

The view from the top of the building. Some of the offices open onto the balcony.

You are welcomed into the clinc at the entrance.

The waiting room.

The practitioners.

Dr Andreu Forteza

Dr Joaquin Peleteiro using the P & W SYNOPSIS program

Dr Josep Queralt

Dr Isidre Lara

Showing the office onto the lovely balcony.

Medicines. The Clinic has a full pharmacy.


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