New Hot Developments in the Causes and Cures of Chronic Diseases
There’s been a new development in science–epigenetics—that’s made sense of an old understanding within homeopathic medicine—miasms. And there’s been a new development beyond homeopathy—vital resonances—which links into this new development in science and miasms.
This opens up whole new vistas in health care, prevention and cure.
Epigenetics is one of the hot topics of science today and it explains what homeopaths call miasms (and more), which have always been an important part of homeopathic medicines and one of the reasons for homeopathy’s great successes. So first, I’m going to explain epigenetics in case the reader is unfamiliar with this advance and its equivalent in homeopathy: miasms.
But first, I’m just going to define two somewhat similar words to stop any confusion arising. Epidemic diseases are infectious diseases that spread around the world and are very common in some areas of the world, such as Africa, and are the reasons kids are vaccinated. Epigenetics is the study of how our genes are mutated by different influences. There are great similarities in the meaning of these words and their application and the epi prefix applied to both of them implies this. Epigenetics, in effect, is the study of the long-term effects of epidemic phenomena.
While it’s not important to this article, it’s important to understand that the modern scientific mind-set is heavily biased against homeopathy, particularly at the moment in the UK and some countries and yet highly appreciated in others. Homeopathy is particularly a no-go subject if you value your career in conventional science. Even Nobel Prize winners get ostracised if they touch on homeopathy—Nobel Prize winner Luc Montagnier is the most recent case in point—which is why you won’t commonly find these two subjects joined together in the conventional press and in scientific research and publications.
Epigenetics 101: A Beginner’s Guide
The word epigenetics is everywhere these days; it’s in academic journals and popular science articles, but it’s not actually new. So what is epigenetics, and why is it so important? It’s a phenomenon with wide-ranging, powerful effects on many aspects of biology and enormous potential in human medicine. Yet the phenomena has been used in part homeopathy and has been known for three centuries as miasms with a corresponding form of highly effective epigenetic treatment.
Homeopaths were frequently criticised for their weird miasms and even ridiculed for the word, but now, as science has discovered the mechanism for it, homeopaths are equally keen on this hot topic because this three-centuries-old part of homeopathy is being validated by the advance of medical science.
Why identical twins aren’t actually identical!
Why we inherit lots of good and toxic stuff from our parents, which seems more like psychology than genetics.
Why dysfunctions and diseases run in families.
The Techy Stuff
Epigenetics is additional information layered on top of the DNA genetic code.
DNA are the instructions that explain how to make a human body; epigenetics is the volume control that turns the genetics up and down in intensity and the sound mixer that joins various genes into combinations. In different situations, some genes don’t get used and some genes are highlighted.
Put simply, genetics determines that you have blue eyes, and epigenetics determines how well your eyes work.
The way this works is not so important to understand, but just to know there is a mechanism for that is understood and is increasingly deeply researched by scientists. For example, scientists already know that attached to some DNA genetic code are tiny molecules called methyl groups telling the cell things like “You don’t need to know about this DNA section right now.” or “Hey, this part’s important.” These instructions can be applied to long or short stretches of DNA code. There are no doubt many other marks scientists don’t even know about yet.
The really interesting thing about epigenetics is that they can change in response to outside influences, toxins for example, which have been researched, and homeopathic remedies, which have not except by homeopaths, (because of the conflict mentioned above).
For example, some toxins in plastics, like the plastic bottles we use for mineral water, can affect our epigenetics. In other words, they can modify how we function, as can exercise and trauma.
There have been fascinating studies on the inheritance of epigenetic effects, and much of the strongest evidence so far comes from scientific research done on mice (sorry mice). In effect, what homeopaths have known in humans for centuries and have been using effectively in the consulting room, the scientists are now catching up on. Which is fantastic news because it heralds the joining together of the best parts of homeopathy and the best parts of medicine, which is what I am attempting here in this article.
Scientists have found that certain environmental factors experienced by adult mice can be passed on to their offspring via epigenetic mechanisms. The best example is a gene called agouti, which is methylated in normal brown mice. However, mice with an unmethylated agouti gene are yellow and obese, despite being genetically essentially identical to their skinny brown relatives.
Epigenetic studies in fruit flies show that toxic effects can be passed on down 13 generations.
Research on the epigenetic inheritance of addictive behaviour in rats demonstrate that cannabis during adolescence can prime future offspring to display signs of a predisposition to heroin addiction.
Studies of humans whose ancestors survived through periods of starvation in Sweden and the Netherlands suggest that the effects of famine on epigenetics and health can pass through at least three generations.
Nutrient deprivation in a recent ancestor seems to prime the body for diabetes and cardiovascular problems. Given the wide nutritional deficiencies in modern food, if you eat badly, i.e. long life packaged food so that your body in effect feels it’s starving, it will not be surprising if it turns out that the epidemic of diabetes and heart problems has epigenetics at its roots.
The apparent ability of epigenetics to fill some pretty diverse gaps in our understanding of human health and disease, and to provide scientific mechanisms for so many of our lived experiences, makes it very compelling. This is also why so many people also find homeopathy so compelling because it gives innate validity for so much of our lived experience, with miasms being a central part of that.
Obviously, there is a ways to go on this subject, and the course that science is currently following may mean it will take decades for the research to materialise into treatments, but fortunately the evolution of new technology that are an advance on homeopathic ones, vital resonances, offers a ready-for-use treatment now.
Incidentally there’s a free online course in epigenetics at http://www.coursera.org/course/epigenetics offered by the University of Melbourne this spring in 2015.-
Homeopathy and Epidemics and Epigenetics
Homeopaths treats epidemics and epigenetics using the principles established in Organon Paragraph 101 – the homeopathic ‘Bible’ – seeking the complete picture of the epidemic/epigenetic in one single remedy. Single remedies sources from nature within homeopathy do not prove capable of treating everyone with on epidemic/epigenetic disease however. They can only be used selectively according to how the individual responded to an epidemic disease, which in a fast moving, large numbers epidemic is quite a limitation, requiring skills which are frequently not available (eg in Ebola recently). Homeopathic nosodes were also developed for this purpose of treating epidemic/epigenetic diseases and but do not fully deliver in this area, they have partial effects. Which is why a new technology was found for making remedies.
Homeopathy and Miasms.
Homeopaths have been treating one type of epigenetic effects that have yet to be discovered within conventional medical science which they called miasms three centuries ago. These are the epigenetic effects of previous infectious diseases like tuberculosis, malaria, scabies, leprosy, gonorrhoea, syphilis, etc., which generations back frequently went untreated or badly treated. This unfortunately still happens today in many places where there are not enough doctors. These diseases create generational effects that can last centuries. Homeopaths have compiled accurate pictures of the psychosomatic nature of people with previous epigenetically transmitted disease inheritances. The epigenetic tubercular inheritance for example shows up in children who are described as the terrible twos and impossible to control, along with eczema or asthma or together in combination. The history of malaria by comparison amongst other things creates a mind that is very alive at night; these people tend to be creative at night or they can’t get to sleep and they tend to have a generally creative and artistic mind. Just to make the point epigenetics is not necessarily negative. Tubercular inheritance types, for example, are great explorers and also great poets with relapsing chest complaints. Each disease imprint from the past can have pluses and minuses.
The primary epidemic diseases have been running a very long time and have intermingled throughout the whole of society and have, to a significant extent, shaped its activities. They have become the norm so they are not recognised and thought of as normal. Syphilis for example has been running down the generations by the epigenetic process for four centuries, and maybe longer. It destroyed the armies leaving Paris in the 1700s who left with a troop of prostitutes with them. When the remnants of the army returned, the repulsed Parisians wouldn’t let them back in because of the gross disfigurements of third-stage syphilis. Later on, the most common treatment for syphilis was mercury, which in itself induced terrible toxic effects upon those who were treated. Frequently, syphilis was not treated properly if at all. Commonly, the infected person had children and passed on the muted version of syphilis to them, possibly along with the toxic effects of the mercury. These two epigenetic effects are then interwoven, and this is a common feature of epidemic diseases where both the disease and the toxic effects of the treatment have become epigenetic phenomena and are passed down the generations.
Because syphilis (and likewise tuberculosis, gonorrhea, malaria,) has been around for so long, there is nobody today who is not affected by it. It’s just a matter of degree. Once you know this well-established pattern of syphilis degrading human life, you can recognise the traces of it in modern day people. Distorted and deformed teeth (almost universal in Europe but not common in Africa or India, where there are often no dentists and perfect sets of teeth are found in people aged 100), growths and cancers of the nose, bone pains and headaches that become worse at night, curvature of the spine, alcoholic tendencies, distorted facial features and fear of infection to name just a few. One of the pernicious effects of epigenetic-transmitted syphilis is that people become antisocial and become megalomaniacs (delusional fantasies of power, omnipotence, greatness) and they don’t like other people. It’s pretty certain that this provided a part of the backdrop and helped create the antisocial behaviour on a large scale we saw in Europe last century and was a contributing phenomenon to creating World War 1, World War II and many genocides. When combined with tuberculosis, which makes people love to travel, it would also have been a forming force behind the British Empire. So epigenetics explains a lot of history as well.
Here is a very simple real life example of the tuberculosis epigenetic effect.
A grandfather had tuberculosis. The child of this grandfather, lived her whole life with smoldering health defects, constant coughs and colds, never being quite well, yet she lived a long life. Her son lived for 43 years with a similar disposition until he met a homeopath who treated him for the tubercular epigenetic effect, which is common practice in homeopathy. From that moment on and for the next 33 years till now, he has been completely well. One treatment once solved a problem that was three generations old. This very simple case demonstrates very effectively the epigenetic effect of diseases passing down the generations, which is a universal phenomenon but not yet recognised in the field of scientific epigenetics, and can be resolved by one treatment for one day only.
I should add that in one year recently (2011), I met five people where I treated their children twenty years or so back for their very unruly, stubborn, impossible children with eczema or asthma for the tubercular epigenetic effect. They were amazed by the consequences, the cured eczema or asthma plus their amazingly different easy-to-live-with child (who has continued this way for decades incidentally). So much so that they remembered when meeting me again as an important event in their lives. Their lives as parents changed dramatically because of one very easy prescription for their child.
There are also the epigenetic effects of chronic diseases that get passed down through generations. Cancer, for example, is a predisposition that is very easily recognised in people, once understood. They have a special milk coffee skin colour, blue whites to eyes, concerned expression, sympathetic nature etc (See my book Emotional Healing with Homeopathy for descriptions of all the epidemic disease psychologies including cancer). Obviously, it is now increasingly recognised that diseases passed down the family line in predispositions which turn out to be epigenetics in action.
Doctors and all medical professionals know that predispositions to diseases is common. Generally, it is obvious when you look at a family’s history that the problems in the previous generations frequently recur in the present generation. These predispositions are really epigenetics in action.
Epigenetics and Toxins
It has been very obvious also that toxins precipitate health crises and toxicology journals are full of case studies of people who have suffered and often died from the toxicity of a wide variety of chemicals in large doses. Large doses often come about by frequent exposure to small doses, like a child chewing the bars of their cot painted with lead-based paint. Lead is one of the glaring examples where it was widely used in paints last century and caused many debilitating effects. The special medical technique called chelation was invented to get the lead out of the body. Lead was eventually withdrawn from all paints and has recently been withdrawn from petrol for the same reasons, but not before the entire population of the world was epigenetically influenced by the effects of lead. This is possibly the most important aspect of lead poisoning that has not yet been widely recognised.
There are in fact 285 chemicals measured and identified in the bloodstream of the average person by the National Institute of Health in the USA which shouldn’t be there and which all have the possibility of being detrimental to our health. Many of these chemicals in massive doses, as has happened virtually in every case through industrial or other accidents, are deadly. In small doses one at a time we can probably process them except its likely they combine together with other toxins and body tissues in ways we know nothing about. 285 toxins getting into us through the food, air, medicines and the water supply every day is almost certainly not something we can comfortably deal with. These 285 chemicals were virtually non-existent a hundred years ago. We are not built with a degree of adaptability that allows us to live in an invisible toxic environment without a penalty. There is increasing evidence from science that this is partly responsible for attention deficit and concentration disorders in children, which have risen to something like 20% of the average classroom according to my local teachers here in the UK. Given that this looks like an exponential trend, it hints of a toxic environmental crisis of enormous magnitude. Detox therapies have arisen to help address this issue and they are gaining momentum because they work.
While scientific epigenetics has yet to be developed in the area of lead poisoning, as far as I know, homeopaths have also mapped the consequential effects of lead and many other toxins on subsequent generations. In my experience (and well documented in toxicology journals), the first generation effects of lead show up as wrist droop and painter’s colic – an intense form of indigestion. In subsequent generations, it shows up as deeper neurological disorders, such as weak limbs and Parkinson’s as well as persistent unexplained colic in children. If you want to study these epigenetic psychosomatic pictures, you only have to read up the homeopathic versions in any modern homeopathic Materia Medica like the Desktop Prescriber by Roger Morrison or Emotional Healing with Homeopathy by this author. These books contain these epigenetically-induced psychosomatic pictures.
Medical Drugs Produce Toxic Side-effects
Medical drugs introduce new toxins in the body. This latter is frequently from misuse as well as by proper use. For example, if a patient in a clinic today was given an antibiotic for 11 months when the recommended maximum dose was one month, it would be very likely that he would become toxic from this effect.
What medical drugs often do is produce a range of toxic effects in a person, which are completely separate from the disease. Therefore, the person starts off with one disease process, and the toxins of the drugs will add to the person another disease-like process, so they have then two disease processes. These will also modify the epigenetic imprint and can affect later generations, just like any other toxin. If people are taking possibly 10 different medications, they could have 10 different toxin-based epigenetic disease processes incubating.
Put simply, the side-effects become another disease.
Epigenetics and Trauma
Epigenetics does not just apply to toxins and diseases. Trauma effects also pass down through the generations.
In some epigenetic medical research, they torture or torment chickens and then observe the subsequent chicks and chickens for three generations. The subsequent generations of chickens acted as if they had been tortured or tormented in a similar way to what the original chickens experienced.
The shell shocked post-traumatic stress that occurred after World War I was frequently treated with homeopathic remedies like Gelsemium very successfully. The psychosomatic treatment profile of Gelsemium includes cowardice and its opposite, courage. It also treats extreme panic with trembling legs and diarrhea. People with this psychosomatic picture often find that alcohol effectively drowns their sorrows and makes them feel better. This is all part of the well-known homeopathic Gelsemium profile, developed from thousands of case studies. Post-traumatic stress can obviously lead victims towards alcoholism. In my research amongst a small group of recovering alcoholics, their alcoholism stemmed from the epigenetic effects of post-traumatic stress found in the trenches of World War I combined with the epigenetic effects of syphilis.
In reality, many serious traumas in past generations have been shown to transmit to future generations by the epigenetic process. In fact, my experience suggests that this is the rule rather than the exception. When you have a serious post-traumatic stress inside you, it’s running as if it’s happening now, like the replay of the goal on TV, on continuous repeat. It’s as if it happened yesterday. This is what the survivors of post-traumatic stress in Rwanda told me ten years after their traumatic genocide.
If we fast forward three generations, for example to someone who has inherited the post-traumatic stress originated from their grandparent, for example shellshock of World War I, the person in this generation will both be inclined to panic at the littlest problem. They will have no idea why they are this way since the trauma didn’t happen to them—it happened three generations before. The panic can be so severe that they stutter or that they back off from any sort of communication and can’t actually start any form of communication in a group especially because it’s too scary. Or it only comes on under extreme stress like in the final of an Olympic ice figure skating championship.
There are many different results for each of the many possible inherited post-traumatic stress disorders, they lead to things like hypervigilance and hyper panicking in us for no reasons at all in this life.
For example, in the consulting room this morning a young woman had a deep abandonment issue that we traced back to what happened when she was one-year-old when her father suddenly left the marriage, a fairly normal occurrence. But it resonated with a similar event in the mother’s early life about the same age, which is resonated again with yet another similar event that happened in the grandmother’s early life. The abandonment is not one generation old but many generations old, and the consequences of the abandonment when combined with other epigenetic effects could be ringing in the ears, sleeplessness, headaches, constipation or in any set of symptoms whatsoever.
In another recent case, a woman aged 35 claimed to be depressed. After one brief early relationship, she was completely resistant to having one. In taking the case it became apparent that incest was likely the problem. It was in the background of the family but not talked about and we treated her for inherited incest. During treatment, she woke up to the fact that the anger with which she normally blames others for things that went wrong, was in fact an anger around her own heart. She became very angry for a week or two to start with but also realised it was an internal phenomena. Afterwards, she felt more spacious around her heart and she felt more at peace. She also invited a man she’d had a platonic relationship with to come and see her—years before she had told him to never contact her again. For the first time, she was contemplating the idea of marriage and children. In other words, her whole life changed subtly yet dramatically just by treating the inherited incest trauma.
Epigenetics Activated by Suppressing Discharges
Homeopaths consistently observe that any medical treatment that stops superficial toxic effects drives the toxins into expression on a deeper level. The most well-known version of this is the use of cortisone in eczema. Eczema comes about when toxic substances from the blood, which are normally excreted by the stool, urine and sweat, are somewhat acidic and corrode the skin when it excretes through sweating. Sweating is a well-known way of getting toxins out of the body and it’s the reason for hot steam baths and saunas. Cortisone constricts the capillaries of the sweat glands so that the discharge that corrodes the skin is reduced. The consequence is that some of the toxins that are being excreted cannot be discharged this way.
The body has an inbuilt intelligence and seeks to always eliminate unhealthy influences by the least damaging method. When the first and safest channel, i.e., through the skin, is blocked and the stool and urine systems are overloaded, it normally uses the first available inner skin as an alternative and this is commonly the lungs or the digestive tract. Both of these are huge inner skins the size of football fields if they were ironed out flat. When you get these corrosive and sticky eruptions in the capillaries of the lungs where the oxygen/carbon dioxide exchange takes place, the capillaries glue up and it makes breathing more difficult and we call it asthma. This is why asthma and eczema are frequently interchangeable in a child and the common reality is that when eczema is treated with cortisone, the child gets asthma instead. The asthma is then treated with cortisone sprays, which get into the lungs through the air with the same affect upon the lungs as on the outer skin, constricting the discharge. Asthma is controlled but the body then intelligently takes the next least dangerous way to excrete the toxins, which is likely to end up in the digestive system or in the nerve sheaths or perhaps to cross into the brain, none of which are safe at all.
Depending on the combination of epigenetic effects, which affect the particular person (which everybody has) which sets up their predisposition and their weakest links, the effects of this secondary blocking of the discharges, could then end up with a nervous disease like motor neuron disease or multiple sclerosis or Parkinson’s, or a mental dysfunction like attention deficit disorder or lack of concentration. This is beyond where epigenetic medical science has got to but predictably where it’s heading.
When you get to where both parents are asthmatics on cortisone, which is not uncommon today, you get deeper levels of dysfunction in the children, for example, their digestive system is weak and compromised and they have many food intolerances including gluten. It’s a combination of epigenetics and suppressed discharges that brings this about. Which hints at the importance possibilities of epigenetic preconception care.
This concept of stopping toxic discharges of superficial symptoms leading to disease is well documented in an article by George Vithoulkas and Stefano Carlino (2010) “The ‘Continuum’ of a Unified Theory of Diseases,” which proposes and gives depth to the concept that suppressing eruptions is the root of all chronic diseases. George Vithoulkas is an outstanding homeopath with worldwide recognition who has published some of the most important homeopathic books of the last century. He has treated in-depth many tens of thousands of patients, many of them long-term so his understanding of the cause of diseases is something of serious substance.
Sports Medicine and Epigenetics
Sports medicine is a great place to find out what really works. We treated a number of individual athletes up to Olympic level for their epigenetic effects, and about 60% of them performed 1% to 2% better—that’s the different between no medals and gold. One hammer thrower threw consistently an extra 60 cm above his previous throws. We treated an ice hockey player for his epigenetically rooted hesitation on the ice, and his coach said he was a different player from that moment onwards and even went up a league and changed countries. These examples point out that increasing human performance through treating epigenetics is just the same as treating dysfunctions, because it’s the dysfunctions that inhibit the performance. This applies across the whole spectrum of performance, relationships, learning, management skills, etc. And we are conducting some pretty interesting learning enhancement research at the moment.
Entwined Epigenetics Effects
What exists in any one person is the consequences of entwined epigenetic effects in a unique combination specific to that person that creates dysfunctions and usually later corresponding diseases in that person. There may be similarities in outcomes, such as pathology. Each person’s disease or dysfunction is the unique consequence of their particular set of epigenetics. Labelling it as a disease is not then useful as it’s not to do with the causative factors.
If epigenetics had being invented before the concept of chronic diseases, maybe we wouldn’t even have invented the concept of chronic diseases because epigenetics effects are what needs to be cured/transformed because these are the causes.
Knowing this is also the key to cure and better living in life. It’s necessary to treat the entwined epigenetic phenomena at their sources to unravel the whole process.
Here is a typical example to illustrate the different types of epigenetic effects coming together.
On one side of the family, the grandfather used to paint the bottoms of ships in the First World War which was done using lead-based paints. So he contracted lead poisoning and had the epigenetic effect of lead poisoning to pass on. On the other side of the family, the grandfather had tuberculosis, so he passed down the epigenetic effect of tuberculosis, which leads to a systematic weakness of the lungs as tuberculosis is a major disease involving the lungs.
When the grandchild was born, he had eczema, which was probably the body’s attempts to get rid of the lead poisoning and tubercular effects inherited by the epigenetic process. Some coal tar cream or zinc ointment was probably used to stop the eczema, and had similar effects to cortisone. This naturally went to the lungs over a decade or so because of the tubercular inheritance. This was then controlled by cortisone, and from there the unexpressed toxins went to the nervous system and Parkinson’s.
Four Types of Epigenetic Effects
Epigenetic effects can pretty much be identified within four categories. I haven’t found any others as yet. We haven’t found any other causative factors in disease. The only other factors that seem obvious are eating well and sensible exercise and avoiding toxins. Yet these are secondary effects of epigenetic phenomena.
The epigenetic effects are derived from
Physical trauma, which is a very large category. Injuries of all kinds have long-term epigenetic effects. If you have a car accident and whiplash from which you don’t recover, it is likely to be because there is an epigenetic imprint of something similar coming from the previous generation. Even the tendency to specific types of accidents runs in families, which epigenetics explains.
Psychological trauma is a very large factor, from incest to persecution, slavery to rape, war trauma to torture, genocide to starvation, etc.
Toxic imprints derived from industrial poisoning accidents and bad safety practice and medical and street drugs in past or present generations. For example, lead poisoning effects, people allergic to penicillin yet have never used it more than once, or people with a cannabis personality and yet have never taken it.
Epidemic disease/epigenetic imprints, derived from acquired epidemic diseases or more likely previous epidemic diseases acquired by previous generations. Typically here is tuberculosis, cancer, gonorrhea and malaria. Also included here are chronic disease imprints, secondary effects of epigenetics, where epigenetics explains why pathologies run in families.
Physical trauma can be an injury to a specific part, the head, eye, spine, coccyx, the effect of an operation, organ removal, dental surgery, mammograms, specific sports injuries and many more. All of these effects can be inherited. Generally speaking, there will be a lookalike physical trauma in the life of the patient, and if you can trace it back, you will find it has reverberations going back generations. It’s rare that the trauma happens for the first time in the current generation. That is the natural assumption, but it’s not the natural reality.
The psychological trauma is an enormous reservoir. We have, just from last century alone, the consequences of many world wars involving most of the people on the planet in some way or other, over 50 genocides involving hundreds of millions of people and affecting billions more, epidemics that took out at least 1% of the population in 12 weeks, mass starvations, mass torture and other deprivations, public school nurturing rupture in the UK, institutional pedophilia, widespread prison violence, widespread drug and alcohol addiction, widespread incest and rape, endemic school bullying to mention just a few of the inherited epigenetic possibilities. All these traumas can be inherited in effect, and make the repetition quite likely in the present life in some lookalike way. An alcoholic parent will often generate an alcoholic child.
Toxic trauma is likewise widespread. Possibly the most toxic substances are lead and mercury. But there are many chemicals entering the bloodstream now from a wide range of sources and it may not be there is any one or two single toxins that dominate the toxic situation. Lead was used extensively in the household paints and in industrial paints and in petrol/gasoline and lead toxicity is endemic now in the whole human race. The worst excesses of lead poisoning have been recognised and stopped, but many generations too late to stop a massive effect of epigenetic lead toxicity to spread around the world. Mercury was widely used in the treatment of syphilis, which in itself is a serious epigenetic effect. The toxic effect of the mercury can pass down many generations. It is also frequently added to by putting mercury-based amalgams in people’s teeth to this day.
There are many other hundreds of toxins, for example DDT and Roundup, which is sprayed on our food sources that are toxic to us today as well as the weeds they kill. The plants absorb the Roundup and pass it onto us.
Epidemic disease epigenetic imprints is fairly easily recognised and I’ve given examples, as there are relatively few of them and they stand out clearly.
The most common ones are tuberculosis, gonorrhea and syphilis. Deeper down it can include leprosy and malaria and other tropical disease. Malaria only died out in Europe in the 1960s. But the epigenetic effects of these diseases are very profound and can undermine the health of people very significantly. In fact, these inherited epidemic disease effects shape society to a very significant degree without this being recognised.
I used to think that these epigenetic effects entwined were only one of the causes of chronic diseases, but it dawned on me in a profound and deep insight that actually these are the only cause of chronic diseases. When I examined this idea and looked for other possibilities, I couldn’t find any. Any other options that came to my mind could easily be explained as a consequence of epigenetics, as secondary effects. Even the fact that eating poor quality fast food and living a very poor lifestyle, which can reduce the length of life by approximately half according to statistics, can be fully explained by epigenetics. So even a tendency towards a destructive lifestyle comes from the four causative factors above, much of which has been researched scientifically in recent years.
These four epigenetic imprints have been passed down through generations and we all have them. I call them physical trauma, psychological trauma, toxins and diseases imprints (TTTDI). When these are combined and intertwined, I suggest they become the core phenomena behind chronic diseases.
When these epigenetic effects are identified and treated effectively, and this is increasingly possible, the whole disease-making process can be potentially unraveled, brought to a halt and reversed and health and well-functioning restored, which is why there is such great excitement about epigenetics. It heralds the potential end of chronic diseases, which is what I am investigating at the moment in order to see the full extent of what is possible with the new tools we have.
While I have elaborated to some extent upon the variety of these four trauma imprints, a lot of the time it is quite simple and there are many common scenarios that are not that complicated.
I developed a new technology originally for treating epidemic diseases called Vital Resonances to have one remedy for each epidemic disease. I did this in Africa originally for AIDS when the drugs weren’t arriving and millions were dying. It has proved highly effective in treating AIDS for more than 12 years now and tens of thousands of people have benefited. From this, I developed vital resonance technology for treating all epidemic and epigenetic phenomena. These can be delivered as sounds or liquids and are equally effective in both forms. These allow for the systematic treatment of all primary epigenetic effects. These can all be treated sometimes very easily. That not to say that there isn’t skill in understanding what is important. Understanding what is important starts with taking an in-depth case history going back into the family history as far as possible, looking for toxins, trauma, diseases and injuries. Any remarkable family stories from the past usually contain information about one or more of these. However, because there are great similarities for a large number of people, I am also developing broad-based systems of application that are easy to apply which potentially can help anybody and everybody have an “epigenetic spring clean,” and the initial results look promising.
There are four factors which create chronic pathology, all of which are passed down the family line by epigenetics and include anything acquired in this lifetime.
We have toxic psychological trauma, which is certainly a very large agenda.
We have toxic physical trauma, which again is frequently the cause of many complicated pathologies.
We have toxins, typically chemicals, such as lead, petrol, aircraft fuel, DDT and Roundup, and hundreds of these in our bloodstream.
We have toxic epidemic disease imprints, typically tuberculosis, gonorrhoea and syphilis. The toxic effects are present in us even though the epidemic diseases were in a previous generation.
To this should be added the secondary effect that the chronic diseases themselves, created by epigenetic effects that then create an epigenetic effect that also affects the next generation. Also to be added should be the poor quality lifestyle, itself the outcome of epigenetics, which creates a downward spiral.
These are woven together like a complex web or like several different types of vines climbing up a tree and interwoven in complexity that results in a unique consequence for a particular person. This sets up the scene for the possibility of a single chronic disease or several differing sets of pathology.
Presently, I am working in a clinic and trying to make this system easy to use. It’s already available to those with some skills in healing and therapy on detox zone and you ask for an up to date list of remedies from vitalremedies.com.
In simple cases, it works very well and that is clear. It’s the more complicated cases that need skilled supervision to unravel and untangle the epigenetic strains in an intelligent and effective way. Some simple “family and friends systems” are already the outcome of this, which is increasingly the area I’m focused upon. Basically when people are young, the dysfunctions are more obvious and diseases are absent or less established and are relatively simple and uncomplicated, so the whole process is easier to do. When a whole lifetime of epigenetic entanglement has settled in, it’s harder to unravel. It is the difference between weeding a garden regularly and letting it go for decades.
Simple Case Studies (see also above)
A lovely older lady aged 82 came to see me. Painting was her hobby she also enjoyed the company it brought. She had a replacement knee operation two months previously and afterwards she started having mini strokes. It’s an obvious complication in someone who’s almost certainly got furred up arteries to some extent. The body wants to heal the injury and it is a major injury, so the blood gets thicker, just like it would if you cut your finger, except for much longer. She was offered Warfarin, which she described as rat poison, so she came to see me instead. I treated her with our new resonance for injury, something that is completely safe and without side-effects. Within three days, she was suddenly back to her old self again, could walk up the hill at normal speed, and remarkably improved. Now you could say this has nothing to do with epigenetics, but it has. Almost certainly there would have been previous injuries in her family line where recovery was not straightforward. In reality, almost everybody is in this situation, whether they know it or not. In the past, enlightened surgeons gave homeopathy for injury effects after operations because it was so effective in reducing side-effects. More enlightened surgeons (in India for example) would even give it a month before the operation as a prophylactic and it would have the same benefits. But in the current medical science climate in the UK, this would be a no-go area, so they offer Warfarin, known for its many side-effects, only if it proves to be necessary, which is often too late. And it would never be used as a prophylactic because it wouldn’t have the effect of treating the epigenetic tendency towards injury trauma. This illustrates a very simple way of reducing the costs of health care and increasing the quality if the best of new medicine and old medicine were combine together.
More Complicated Cases: Back to Parkinson’s
Using this new technology we’ve had three reports of Parkinson’s cases from three different countries confirmed by three different specialists in the local hospitals, where significant reversals of Parkinson’s was observed for a long period of time. People who walked in originally with Parkinson’s diagnosis and the classic signs of Parkinson’s—micro-movements, micro writing, micro-expressions—within a month of starting treatment, went back to being normal. Three different specialists in three different countries said something like, “I’ve never seen this before and it is not possible.” Now obviously in a disease like Parkinson’s, you need a five-year research study to prove that it is a sustained complete reversal. And it’s more complex than one simple prescription. There’s probably at least two epigenetic effects to be unraveled. But this hints of the dream I’ve always had, which is it should now be possible to bring chronic diseases to an end. With the advances of modern science and the knowledge of the old health sciences like homeopathy, and with this new resonance technology, all bets are off and it looks like the beginning of a new dawn. That’s what the scientists are excited about and so am I.
More about How Vital Resonances Came About
Finally, a brief word about the new resonance technology. This new technology came about because I took up the challenge of how to treat AIDS with homeopathy in Africa in the decade when millions of people were dying of AIDS in Africa and when there were no drugs getting through because of the price. Many people think homeopathy treats people but not diseases, but in reality, homeopathy became very successful worldwide for centuries before antibiotics because it was so good at treating epidemic diseases that ravaged the world in prior centuries. This part of epidemic homeopathy became neglected in the West. When I tried to apply it to AIDS in Africa, which is a very clear epidemic disease in slow motion, I realised I had to improve the technology of homeopathy to come up with the best solution, a single remedy for a single disease. As a result, tens of thousands of people have stayed alive and well because the new technology embedded into Vital Resonances is very effective and completely safe. Because this new treatment is the same as protection, we have also demonstrated that it offers the possibility of the protection of all the diseases of Africa with the possibility of eliminating malaria in a completely safe and low cost-effective way. This new resonance technology (akin to super nosodes) to treat epidemics is the same technology you need to treat epigenetics, and while that’s a different story, this is how this new technology came about. If you want to see the results in Africa, go to our foundation site, www.arhf.nl. If you really want to help, personally tell Bill Gates, who is very keen on stopping malaria but won’t yet talk to us.
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About the author:
Peter Chappell© Hon Fellow Society of Homeopaths February 2015. Peter (*1941) started life as a research and development engineer working in the aerospace industry and then transferred to the business computing industry. He had three patents granted in his name and others by the age of 25. He carried on innovation when he became a homeopath, for example he produced the first homoeopathic computer/software that worked in real time in the consulting room.
Peter ran a homoeopathic practice in London in the 1970s to the 1990s. Here he treating people from all over the world. He also directed three clinics of alternative medicine in London, one of them possibly the largest one in London at that time (and still is). He helped organise the teaching and practice of modern classical homoeopathy in the UK and internationally.
During the 1990s, Peter organised training programs with teams of homoeopaths and ran master classes and teaching clinics in many diverse countries and cultures, for example, Beirut in Lebanon, Cairo in Egypt, Honduras, Sarajevo in Bosnia, Novi Sad and Belgrade in Yugoslavia, Brno and Prague in the Czech Republic, Bucharest in Romania (including an ongoing clinical program offering treatment for free in twelve orphanages housing thousands of children), Sofia in Bulgaria, Bratislava in Slovakia, Budapest in Hungary, Malta, Alchopa, Nicaragua, Addis Ababa in Ethiopia, Zagreb and Split in Croatia, Malta, etc. by this method set up professions of homoeopathy in countries where often it didn’t exist. Many thousands of homoeopaths have been trained and the training continues to this day.
His book Emotional Healing with Homoeopathy is based upon his experiences in many countries many people have become homoeopaths after reading it. It has been translated into many languages and been in print now for 20 years.
Peter discovered, in 2000, that his burning, overwhelming, heart-felt passion was to do something about HIV and AIDS in Africa. This became his only life goal and set about achieving it. He quit his UK practice and went to work in Ethiopia in October 2001.
In early 2002, after a lot of experience seeing AIDS patients in Ethiopia, and doing clinical research, he created a new type of homoeopathic healing remedy for AIDS. With this new form of homoeopathic healing/resonance, relatively healthy people of all ages with AIDS improved within two weeks. People began to get up from their beds and started improving. Slowly it became clear that everyone improved, almost without exception.
The clinical test results became more and more certain with time, and this process is ongoing. People all over Africa recover reliably from AIDS with this system for over a decade now in many different countries of Africa.
From these results, Peter and his colleagues are now applying this new approach to work for all diseases with already some remarkable successes – http://www.vitalremedies.com.
Later on Peter extended the application into treating trauma. First in Rwanda, then Haiti, The Congo and other places around the world. This work is documented on www.arhf.nl and recently in the book ‘Homeopathy for Diseases’.
Peter carried on researching the use of this new remedy making technology and developed what he now calls PPDs, personal performance downloads.
Peter came to these conclusions
that diseases are essentially frustrated talents and abilities
that all limiting emotions and beliefs are rooted in the hyper activated survival instincts and by treating these directly we can have a powerful impact upon the freedom within the person that complements and enhances personalised treatment.
there are now thousands of chemicals and things in the environment which are creating tremendous toxicities inside human beings and he has to created new ways of eliminating these.
we now have a scientific foundation for what were called miasms, the science of epigenetics, and we have the beginning of an understanding of how the mind works from the extensive experiments with fMRI scanners.
epigenetics proves that not just diseases create miasms but so do a wide range of traumas and everyone has tremendous traumas in the family history. Understanding the implications of this greatly enhances the practice of homeopathy.
The old paradigms homeopathy’s is pills for ills but with the age of the internet we have shown that mp3 downloads are just as effective as pills and these can be made with consciousness and sent by email.
These shifts in paradigms have allowed Peter to configure completely new systems of personal evolution and awakening which are being gradually unfolded and produced. detox.zone is just one example of about five different applications of this new technology.
We have demonstrated that our new approaches work using fMRI scanners, biomechanical experiments, and from pilot studies of clinical research, with Olympic level athletes, business executives, schoolchildren and a wide range of the public.
Right now Peter is involved in developing these new applications and at the same time supporting the project in Africa.