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FDA Routinely Ignores Financial Conflicts of Interest in Clinical Trials Relied on to Approve Drugs

Anti-homeopathic skeptics are always saying that Hom.clinical tests have been writen up in homeopathic journals performed/tested by homeopaths,they say this is not valid. Yet they fail to see that allopaths have been doing this for decades,not only this but getting funded under the table by Big Pharma..................................
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PLoS Medicine and the Pharmaceutical Industry
......................not surprisingly, angered some representatives of the pharmaceutical industry, which gets a return of investment of US$5 for every dollar it spends on advertising to doctors
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......................not surprisingly, angered some representatives of the pharmaceutical industry, which gets a return of investment of US$5 for every dollar it spends on advertising to doctors
Wow, what a wonderful thread, dear. Truly, wow. I've only managed the time to scan it, but I immediately saved it to a WORD document with the hyperlinks in tact. Very pretty in all ways so far examined and quite scholarly at post-graduate level or even PhD-level work if expanded to a dissertation (footnote).

What would you write at Nobel Prize level, dear, and how many? Even higher, what would you write for Saints and proto-Saints to understand homeopathy and homeotherapeutics? Isn't that an amazingly obvious veritable quantum leap in the nature of the question given that the recently formal Scribes for each of the seven lesser Brotherhoods of Saints didn't understand medicine because they didn't understand homeopathy? That's tremendously surprising and disappointing, and it's certainly especially disappointing that the apparent recent Scribe for the Hermetic Brotherhood had an absolutely, tremendously (emphasis) false and confused understanding of homeopathy, for one would expect he'd know about homeopathy since it's quite clear that homeopathy was Hermetic medicine in ancient Egypt and Greece and even intriguingly likely that Moses' manna from Heaven referred to homeopathic remedies given that he was a known High Adept in that Brotherhood who achieved human perfection in that lifetime after saving over a million lost Souls called the Hebrews and that manna literally means "what's it?" or "a whatzit" as in a known thing. Isn't that amazing that one person could do that? Such musings are truly off the scale, and they don't seem to stop.

Find me one for the number of euthenasias in the U.S., because I lost my literature. Also, the figure for the number of medical-malpractice suits settled out of court, for that adds 26% to the admitted 71% = 97-98% = six million people every year are euthanized in the United States. Wow, they don't fool around when they say that they don't have any cures. I am absolutely flabbergasted that they admit this and that their therapies create many of the diseases they can't cure, and nobody's aware of it. How can that be? When I came upon this conjunction of findings, I was shocked beyond horror. I couldn't believe it. That's nearly 100 million people worldwide euthanized every year. Check this out: It's a blood cult, an actual blood cult that unwittingly engages in human sacrifice. Woa, and I mean 10-fold! You sigh and drop to despair because this looks like manufactured evil. It further means that everyone is brainwashed and apparently in an intended way so that they simply ignore it. It's impossible to ignore, so why isn't this known to everyone on the entire planet? Every time I say it, nobody responds. I think I've said it nearly 20 times already in just these last few months. How can that be?

One of the more amazing things I've found about homeopathy is that you can't understand only part of it, and it's extraordinarily complex in the extreme. Restated in a positive way, you immediately perceive that you have to understand all of it. It takes as long as it takes, and it's still expertise along the way. Cool, huh? I certainly mean to tackle all big subjects in homeopathy because they're part of it. How do you explain camphor or homeopathic potentization or trituration? Homeopathy is actually 78,000 years old. It's the actual Science of Medicine due to the 10 Laws of Medicine because natural laws define the five pure sciences. I'm curious. How would you think I know it's that old? Who's this Eumenes Hahnemann speaks of in THE LESSER WRITINGS? What were the contents of the nobility libraries he had access to as their librarians? What arcane associations did those noblemen and women have? What did his parent's read? Did they read Comenius since it certainly seems they did to have so correctly raised him with daily ponderings to answer by the dinner meal? How'd they come to be known worldwide for their porcelain craft known as Messiaen? Why didn't any of his immediate students truly understand homeopathy such that Hahnemann later called Boenninghausen his true student? What did Staph miss? What did Gross miss, etc.? Why didn't any of his many children and grandchildren become homeopaths? Why'd Melanie hold onto the sixth edition of the ORGANON and refuse to give it to Lippe, Boenninghausen, Hering, P.P. Wells, William Wesselhoeft or any others and refuse to allow it to be published? Why isn't Lippe in Thomas Lindsey Bradford's PIONEERS OF HOMEOPATHY? Who's the author of that article that talks about the German innkeeper who kept a ledger of physicians, their fees and their prescriptions? Have you seen Hering's Preface to the American edition of THE CHRONIC DISEASES that the Allentown Academy published?

FOOTNOTE: I didn't say that right, but I don't want to change it, just explain it. She doesn't write very well, but she thinks well, and English isn't her native language as a patriot of both Holland and Indonesia. Those are two countries full of very noble people, and that speaks volumes about her Soul to have chosen so well and to have been karmically able to choose so well -- as though it's not self-evident in her values and motives and how well she thinks as a clearly advanced human Ego. You can always pay someone to edit your stuff, but nobody else can ever think for you.

Graduate theses and PhD dissertations are all original work. You contribute something to our body of knowledge. A lot of people get away with contributing krap and parade around with those initials after their name. That doesn't impress class-A thinkers. In fact, far from it, for academic degrees are largely only formal recognition of someone having acquiesced to the going tacit agreements and the myriad half-truths and lies constituting contemporary knowledge. Consequently, most academic degrees are actually formal demonstrations that someone is quite dumb to have fallen for a bunch of hokum. Class-A thinkers, constituting less than 1% of incarnant humanity for tens of thousands of years, have the unique ability to think clearly and for themselves. Consequently, it's very difficult to fool them or convince them of nonsense. Everyone else is confused by the hokum we see everywhere: hokum, hokum, hokum . . . The masses (90%) and the so-called "leaders" (9%) they mindlessly follow are all lost and unable to defend virtually anything they think, say and do because they simply don't think it's important. That's quite sad, and it's a major source of all our problems as a humanity.

Class-A thinkers stick out wherever they go because they have a devotional passion for the Truth about everything and the ability to discern whether or not something is true, only partially true or false. You can't do that unless you know how to examine what you believe and, by extension, can perceive the flaws in other people's logic and views in general. Class-A thinkers aren't always right, but they're able to discern when they're wrong, and they readily change their views when they realize their mistakes precisely because they devotionally love Truth and would not even dream of misleading others or adversely affecting them. Most people simply can't discern when they're wrong, and they're never motivated to correct that because their values and motivations are very peripheral and selfish. Those kinds of character flaws are an anathema to class-A thinkers and quite repulsive.

Fortunately, given time and due to the Egoic abilities inherent in us all, everyone can achieve class-A thinking. Therefore, why they don't achieve that appears to be due to flaws in their Souls, but it's usually not, and we know this from homeopathic cures because mental freedom is one of the consequences of it. Isn't that amazing?

What she has here are consistent findings of importance. Academia doesn't presently recognize any part of homeopathy as worthy of recognition, and that speaks volumes to anyone who knows anything accurate about homeopathy, for that's simply perverted. You can, however, take these kinds of findings and develop them into a thesis or dissertation and help increase and expand our body of knowledge. That's basically what I meant.
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Albert,

The karmic reaction to this genocidal menace will be horrific! I pray that this will be averted. The battle is a spiritual one. Many prayers are needed. This problem can't be solved by the most learned reasoning.

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