Polish History

Pope John Paul II 1920 – 2005

Pope John Paul II 1920 – 2005

Pope John Paul II, born Karol Jozef Wojtyla 1920 – 2005 served as Supreme Pontiff of the Catholic Church and Sovereign of Vatican City from 16 October 1978 until his death over 26 years later. Pope John Paul II Pope John Paul II was a homeopathic patient of Francesco Eugenio Negro, Pope John Paul II […]

Max Theon 1850 – 1927

Max Theon 1850 – 1927

Max Theon 1850 – 1927 Max Theon was a colleague of William Alexander Ayton, Charles Barlet, Blavatsky, Thomas Henry Burgoyne, Peter Davidson, Gerard Anaclet Vincent Encausse,

Ferdinand Dlugoborsky 1821 – 1894

Ferdinand Dlugoborsky 1821 – 1894

Ferdinand Dlugoborsky 1821 – 1894 was a Polish orthodox physician who converted to homeopathy. Dlugoborsky practiced in Shvekshny (Sveksna) in 1894 alongside Ferdinand Matwievitsch, Dlugoborsky was an allopath until 1872, but after he had seen how the Roman Catholic priest Pavlovsky’s homeopathic treatment led to the recovery of a woman, he also turned to the […]

W von Wroblewsky 1838 – 1889

W von Wroblewsky 1838 – 1889

W von Wroblewsky (Wroblewski) 1838? – 1889?, MD was a Polish orthodox physician who converted to homeopathy, Wroblewsky also collected medical statistics on the aetiology of deaf mutism, Wroblewsky practiced in Vilnius in 1860 -  1873, and he was a colleague of Ernst Theodor Wilhelm Hoffmann, Lusedorf,