Louis Pasteur 1822 – 1895

Louis Pasteur 1822 – 1895Louis Pasteur 1822 – 1895 was a French chemist and microbiologist best known for his remarkable breakthroughs in the causes and prevention of disease.

The microbe is nothing. The terrain is everything.”  Louis Pasteur (1822-1895) is purported to have made this statement on his deathbed. The origin of the quote is attributed to Claude Bernard (1813-1878), a physiologist and contemporary of Pasteur. By quoting Bernard, Pasteur was recanting his germ theory, a theory that assigned the cause of disease to microbes invading and reeking havoc on the body, with specific germs causing specific diseases (Stockton, S. (2000). The terrain is everything: Contextual factors that influence our health. Clearwater, Fl. Power of One Publishing).

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anna_Kingsford Anna Bonus Kingsford was one of the *key accusers of Louis Pasteur ‘…one of the most prominent vivisectionists of the period…’

The claim that Louis Pasteur ‘borrowed’ his groundbreaking ideas from homeopathy is not new. It was made at the time by homeopaths who criticized him for taking certain parts of their method and then misapplying them, and by allopaths who vituperously attacked him for ‘being a homeopath’ and who called him ‘Paracelsus II’. Continue reading Louis Pasteur 1822 – 1895

Sarah Bernhardt 1844 – 1923

Sarah BernhardtSarah Bernhardt 1844 – 1923 was a French stage actress, and has often been referred to as “the most famous actress in the history of the world”.

Sarah Bernhardt insisted on homeopathic treatment for herself and for her cast. She carried her own homeopathic remedy kit, as described by James William Ward in his lecture on homeopathy in 1937, and it is of great interest that her remedy kit contained such high potency remedies, 1m and CM, which required highly specialised prescribing.

Sarah Bernhardt was also a patient of Emmanuel de Marney Baruch (?-?), a homeopathic Physician to the famous, who she consulted via cable from Paris (Neil Gould, Victor Herbert: A Theatrical Life, (Fordham Univ Press, 1 Aug 2009). Page 509).

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Paul Ferdinand Gachet 1828 – 1909

Paul Ferdinand Gachet 1828 – 1909 was a disciple of Samuel Hahnemann and he was a student of homeopath Jean Jacques Molin, and a colleague of Georges de Bellio,

Gachet was the homeopathic practitioner of Paul Cezanne, Joseph Conrad, Theophile Gautier, Vincent van Gogh, Camille Pissarro, Edouard Manet, and Pierre Auguste Renoir and many others, and he was a friend of Louis Laurent Gabriel de Mortillet.

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