Franz Joseph I or Francis Joseph I (1830-1916) ‘… was Emperor of Austria and Apostolic King of Hungary from 1848 until his death in 1916. From 1 May 1850 until 24 August 1866 he was President of the German Confederation…’
‘… The Emperor of Austria was cured of his stab by a homeopath, Dr. Marenzeller of Vienna, after the regular Physicians had said that his brain & eyesight were seriously affected and that he would never again be equal to the cares of state… (Swedenborg Archive K124 [b] Letter dated 13.3.1855 from Garth Wilkinson to James John Wilkinson senior…’ Matthias Marenzeller James John Garth Wilkinson
Mathias Dorcsi 1923 – 2001 was an Austrian orthodox physician who converted to homeopathy to become the founder of the Viennese School of Homeopathy,
Dorcsi’s conversion to homeopathy led to the rebirth of homeopathy in Austria, and many major awards for him for his outstanding work in homeopathy, including the Golden Medal of Vienna, the Golden Medal of the Republic of Hungary, and the Cross of Honor for Art and Science of the Republic of Austria,
Dorcsi was a colleague of Otto Eichelberger,
Dorcsi was a student of Hartmut Oemisch 1901 – 1992 MD, an Austrian orthodox physician who converted to homeopathy, to become one of the Q-potency pioneers,
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Adolph Heinrich Gerstel 1805 – 1890 MD was a Czech orthodox physician who converted to homeopathy, Physician at the Hospital Guns, member of the Vienna Society of Homeopathic Physicians, and was elected an honorary member of the Institute at Philadelphia in 1876,
Gerstel was a student of Samuel Hahnemann, and one of his provers,
Gerstel was a colleague of Archhorn, Joseph Attomyr, Friedrich Wilhelm Karl Fleischmann, Frohlich, Gaspar, Clemens Hampe, M Hanusch, Landersmann, Low, Matthias Marenzeller, Clotar Moriz Mueller, Frederick Hervey Foster Quin, Pierre Augustus Rapou, Schaflin, George Schmid, A Schmidt, Schwarz, Tedesko, Viet, Walter, Philipp Anton Watzke, Franz Wurmb, Wurstl, and many others.
Gerstel practiced in Tischnowitz in Moravia, Brno and Vienna, Continue reading Adolph Heinrich Gerstel 1805 – 1890
Franz Joseph I 1830 – 1916 reigned as Emperor of Austria and King of Bohemia from 1848 until 1916 and as King of Hungary from 1867 until 1916
In 1860 Franz Joseph decorated Friedrich Wilhelm Karl Fleischmann with the Cross of the Franz Joseph Order of Knighthood, and in 1871, Franz Joseph ordered a copy of Kafka’s Therapeutics (Bernhard Baehr, Charles Julius Hempel, The science of therapeutics, according to the principles of homoeopathy. Tr. and enriched with numerous additions from Kafka and other sources, (Boericke and Tafel, 1869)) to be placed into his private library,
Franz Joseph served under Johann Josef Wenzel Graf Radetzky von Radetz,
Franz Joseph was a patron of Franz Liszt, Continue reading Franz Joseph I 1830 – 1916
Francis II (Emperor Franz I) 1768 – 1835 was the last Holy Roman Emperor, ruling from 1792 until 6 August 1806, when he dissolved the Empire after the disastrous defeat of the Third Coalition by Napoleon Bonaparte at the Battle of Austerlitz. In 1804 he had founded the Austrian Empire and became Francis I of Austria (Franz I), the first Emperor of Austria, ruling from 1804 to 1835, so later he was named the one and only Doppelkaiser (double Emperor) in history.
In 1805, Adam Heinrich Muller was invited to become part of Franz I’s entourage, and he also travelled to Paris with him in 1818.
Despite the fact that in the year 1810, the practice of Homeopathy was forbidden throughout the Austrian Empire at the suggestion of Stifft the physician to the emperor, Franz I showed an eager interest in homeopathy, and he sent his physicians in ordinary to visit Samuel Hahnemann to learn about homeopathy. Continue reading Emperor Francis I of Austria 1768 – 1835
Klemens Wenzel Prince von Metternich 1773 – 1859 was a German Austrian politician and statesman who was one of the most important diplomats of his era.
…..Schmit assures me of, namely. that Metternich has taken globules of Cuprum as a prophylactic…
Metternich’s wife was a patient of Matthias Marenzeller,
In fact, homeopathic medicine was prohibited under Metternich in 1819 due to the old medical legislation which threatened penalties to doctors who produced their own remedies ( Hahnemann: the adventurous career of a medical rebel. Martin Gumpert. L.B. Fischer, 1945. Page 176 onwards), though Metternich and his family became strong advocates of homeopathy (The British Journal of Homeopathy. Vol. XI. John James Drysdale , John Rutherford Russell, Robert Ellis Dudgeon. 1853. Page 494).
Metternich had good reason to be grateful to homeopathy for the life of his General Johann Josef Wenzel Graf Radetzky von Radetz, and in 1870 a second hospital for homeopathy opened its gates in Pest. Its benefactress was Countess Zichy (nee von Metternich).
Metternich also consulted his allopathic physician Friedrich Jaeger von Jaxtthal, who was open minded enough to discuss Metternich with his homeopathic colleague, Charles Neidhard (the same Friedrich Jaeger von Jaxtthal who advised Johann Josef Wenzel Graf Radetzky von Radetz to consult homeopath Christophe Hartung).
Metternich knew Henry William Paget 1st Marquess of Anglesey, Napoleon Bonaparte, Baron Franz von Koller, David Ferdinand Koreff, Lajos Kossuth, Adam Heinrich Muller Ritter von Nittersdorf, Saloman Meyer Rothschild, Karl Philipp Schwarzenberg, Continue reading Klemens Wenzel Prince von Metternich 1773 – 1859
Count Eduard Clam Gallas 1805 – 1891 was an Austrian General, Austrian Cavalry of Bohemia,
Clam Gallas was cured of cholera by spirits of camphor by Count Laransky in 1831, as Samuel Hahnemann recommended.
Eduard’s mother Josephine Clary 1777 – 1828, virtuoso violin, was a friend of Ludwig von Beethoven, who composed music for her.
Eduard’s father Christian Christoph Graf Clam Gallas and his brother Phillip Christian Graf Clam Gallas (1748-1805), founded the spa bath Libverda in Jizera as a summer residence of the family Clam Gallas.
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