Ardeshir Kavasji Boman Behram 1909 – 2000

Ardeshir Kavasji Boman Behram 1909 – 2000 was a Parsi (Zoroastrian) Indian doctor and homeopath.

In 1948, prompted by the assassination of Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi, the family moved to England, settling first in Parliament Hill Fields before moving to Oval Road in Primrose Hill.

Boman Behram worked at the Royal London Homeopathic Hospital until 1951, where he was a colleague of Edward Bach, Douglas Morris Borland, John Henry Clarke, Clarence Granville Hey, Donald MacDonald Foubister, James Douglas Kenyon, Thomas Maughan, Percival George Quinton, William Wilson Rorke, Margaret Lucy Tyler, John Weir, Charles Edwin Wheeler, Kathleen Gordon Priestman, Harold Fergie Woods and many others.

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Johann Josef Wenzel Graf Radetzky von Radetz 1766 – 1858

Johann Josef Wenzel Graf Radetzky von Radetz 1766 – 1858 was a Czech nobleman and Austrian general, immortalised by Johann Strauss I‘s Radetzky March.

Radetzky was a patient of homeopath Johann Taubes Ritter von Lebenswarth and Christophe Hartung, a student of Samuel Hahnemann, on the recommendation of Friedrich Jaeger von Jaxtthal (who was  the physician of Klemens Wenzel Prince von Metternich), and the story of his cure of a cancerous tumour in his right eye was written up in Homeopathy Explained by John Henry Clarke in 1841, and in The British Journal of Homeopathy in 1843, and in many other homeopathic journals around the World. Continue reading Johann Josef Wenzel Graf Radetzky von Radetz 1766 – 1858

Friedrich Wilhelm Karl Fleischmann 1799 – 1868

Friedrich Wilhelm Karl Fleischmann 1799 – 1868 was an Austrian orthodox physician who converted to homeopathy.

Fleischmann was a Knight of the Imperial Order of Francis Joseph, of the Papal Order of Gregory, of the Royal Bavarian Order of Michael, of the Royal Saxon Order of Albrecht, of the Royal Prussian Kronen Order, of the Order of Ludwig in Lucca, member of College of Physicians in Vienna, and of the Central Union of Homeopathic Physicians of Germany and of several other learned societies.

Pope Pius IX awarded him the Order of St. Gregory the Great in 1860,

Fleischmann was an editor of the Oestrerreiche Zeitschrift für Homëopathie, the organ of the Vienna Provers’ Union.

Fleischmann was the homeopath at the Vienna Homeopathic Hospital for thirty three years, and at the Gumpendorf Hospital, where he successfully used homeopathy to treat the Cholera epidemic in 1836.

Fleischmann himself relates (Hyg. 8, 316), he was commissioned to lay before the court a report upon the cholera, and the best mode of treatment in accordance with his experience. The immediate result obtained was the removal of the prohibition to practice Homeopathy in Austria in February, 1837. The liberty to dispense the dilutions and triturations was subsequently accorded. The American Institute Transactions for 1891.

Fleischmann lectured at the Vienna Homeopathic Hospital, and his assistant there was a Dr. Rothsanel. Fleischmann taught Robert Ellis Dudgeon, John James Drysdale, John Forbes, William Henderson and John Rutherford Russell, and he was a colleague of Joseph Attomyr, William Tod Helmuth and many others.

Fleischmann was the homeopathic physician of Giacomo Meyerbeer.

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Franz Liszt 1811 – 1886

Franz Liszt 1811 – 1886 was an Austrian Hungarian composer and virtuoso pianist of the 19th century.

Franz Liszt consulted homeopath Dr. Loewe (Lowe), a correspondent of Samuel Hahnemann, and he also consulted David Ferdinand Koreff who also treated his mother Anna Liszt, and who also treated Marie, Comtesse d’Agoult and her mother.

Franz Liszt took homeopathic remedies to counteract the ‘strains of public life‘. Liszt reports that his homeopath ordered him to exercise to overcome his fatigue.

Franz Liszt’s friend Carl Frantz von Villers became a famous homeopath in St. Petersberg (Liszt was also a close friend of Carl Frantz Domink von Viller’s brother Alexander Henrich von Villers, and they travelled and took tours together). Liszt was also a close friend of Olga von Meyendorff, whose husband Peter von Meyendorff was the Russian Ambassador to Berlin, (and himself a patient of Martin Wilhelm von Mandt).

Liszt’s friend’s Marie, Comtesse d’Agoult, Frederic Chopin, Heinrich Heine, Felix Mendelssohn, Ignaz Moscheles, George Sand, Robert Alexander Schumann, and Wilhelm Richard Wagner were also advocates of homeopathy.

Unfortunately, as with Ludwig von Beethoven and Robert Alexander Schumann, questions have been posed as to whether allopathic medical malpractice played a direct part in Franz Liszt’s demise.

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Walter Johannes Stein 1891 – 1957

Walter Johannes Stein 1891 – 1957 was an Austrian philosopher, Waldorf school teacher, Grail researcher, and one of the pioneers of anthroposophy – the science of the spirit founded by the Austrian philosopher Rudolf Steiner.

Walter Johannes Stein was a close confident of Rudolf Steiner, a homeopath and an advisor to Winston Churchill.

Walter Johannes Stein was a colleague of Eugen and Lili Kolisko, Wellesley Tudor Pole,

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Rudolf Steiner 1861 – 1925

Rudolf Steiner (Rudolph) 1861 – 1925 was an Austrian philosopher, literary scholar, educator, artist, playwright, social thinker, and esotericist. He was the founder of Anthroposophy, Waldorf education, biodynamic agriculture, anthroposophical medicine, and the new artistic form of Eurythmy.

Rudolf Steiner developed a new path to spiritual knowledge which he called ‘Spiritual Science‘, maintaining that in our modern World, we should gain a direct knowledge of the supersensible by developing our latent spirituality in full rational consciousness.

Rudolf Steiner was an advocate and practitioner of homeopathy (Rudolf Steiner, Introducing Anthroposophical Medicine: Lectures, March 21-April 9, 1920, Dornach, Switzerland, (SteinerBooks, 1999). Multiple Pages), inventing a new range of homeopathic medicines. including pioneering the mistletoe treatment for cancer.

Steiner was head of the German section of the Theosophical Society. He was also the Austrian Chief of the Ordo Templi Orientis.

Emil Schlegel was the homeopath of Rudolf Steiner‘s second wife Marie Steiner von Sivers, and Rudolf Steiner had frequent correspondence with him about homeopathy. Steiner also knew Norbert Glas, with whom he wrote Reading the Face, How to Look at Illness.

Steiner was an acquaintance of Friedrich Wilhelm Neitzsche, and a colleague of Eugen and Lili Kolisko and Walter Johannes Stein.

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