Homeopathy and the Physics of Enchantment

The John Benneth Journal

Homeopathy and the Physics of Enchantment

by John R. Benneth, PG Homeopathy – London (Hons.)


The Supramolecular Vaccine 10.28.18

  • Announcing a breakthrough in immunology that has the potential to revolutionize medicine: The ionized pharmaceutical
  • Supramolecular here refers to the fourth contiguous phase of matter: Ions, plasma, and the electron.
    Actinic here refers to biochemical changes produced by radiant energy.
  • Enchantment here refers to the physics of change.


The fundamental revelatory theme driving this thesis is that the electron is actinic*, is a fractal and is what gives the molecule its specificity, properties of action and chain reactions.

*radiant energy causing biochemical reactions ,such as basophil degranulation. 

Here’s a question I punted into Google: How do vaccines immunize?
Here’s what I take to be the answer from conventional settled science via the US government’s Center for Disease Control:

How do vaccines give immunity?

“Vaccines help develop immunity by…

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Zeno’s paradoxes and idealism


There was once a dude who got nothing else to do than to thing about reality and question our perception of it. His name was Zenon, a Greek philosopher (yeah I know, Greeks are the best … they invented math, central heating, the cannon, analog computers, feta and BlackBerry).

His logic reasoning on physical reality lead him to observe paradoxes, which exposed the inability of classical physics to explain our reality. One of these paradoxes is easy to understand and you will wonder for sure “Why did I not think about it before?”.

Arrow paradox
In the arrow paradox, Zeno states that for motion to occur, an object must change the position which it occupies. He gives an example of an arrow in flight. He states that in any one (duration-less) instant of time, the arrow is neither moving to where it is, nor to where it is not. It cannot move to where it is not, because no time elapses for it to move there; it cannot move to where it is, because it is already there. In other words, at every instant of time there is no motion occurring. If everything is motionless at every instant, and time is entirely composed of instants, then motion is impossible.

If everything when it occupies an equal space is at rest, and if that which is in locomotion is always occupying such a space at any moment, the flying arrow is therefore motionless.

Whereas the first two paradoxes divide space, this paradox starts by dividing time—and not into segments, but into points.

Resolving the paradoxon with idealism
We can imagine physical reality as single frames in a movie, projected by our collective mind on a screen. There we perceive motion, because the frames are displayed so fast one after another, that we see a movement of the arrow.

In reality time stands still. There is no real time. Our perception of time does not include the implicit eternity between all frames. The movement of the arrow is considered by the collective mind for as long as it takes to decide in a consensus where it will be in the next frame. When a decision is made, the next frame appears.

This point of view implies nonlocality and immateriality as the base of reality. It also implies that time as we perceive it is generated.



What do Nobel Laureates say about Homeopathy?

From 1905 to 2008 noble price winners and nominated believes in homeopathy. Only the “simple minded” may deny the facts and evidence by ridiculing (and that is what they can do best).

Science-based Homeopathy

Nobel laureates, doctors, scientists, professors and science writers had plenty to say on homeopathy.

Nobel Laureates agreed that there’s strong evidence for Homeopathy [click to tweet]. Homeopathic remedies act as they are supposed to. By the end of the year 2013, there have been 5 Nobel laureates in support of Homeopathy, 1 in opposition and 857 have not stated any opinion on Homeopathy.

1. Emil Adolf von Behring (1905)

The Father of Immunology

Emil Adolf von Behring (1854–1917) won the first Nobel Prize in physiology or medicine in 1901 for his discovery of the diphtheria antitoxin.

FATHER OF IMMUNOLOGY Emil Behring asked to suppress his successful work on Homeopathy. He discovered that homeopathic medicine enhances immunogenic activity. Behring wrote:

“Samuel Hahnemann was right when he took his starting point in the symptoms of patients.”

Ref: Coulter, Harris L, Divided Legacy: A History of the Schism in Medical Thought, Volume…

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Is The Sun Conscious?

The Holy Scripture mentions something interesting regarding the sun:
Immediately after the tribulation of those days the sun will be darkened” (Matthew 24:29)
Well, by now it was about the sixth hour, and yet a darkness fell over all the land until the ninth hour, because the sunlight failed; then the curtain of the sanctuary was torn down the middle” (Luke 23:44,45)

Another interesting aspect is that if every star has a consciousness and it reposition itself by the force of solar flares outbursts, then the dark matter hypothesis becomes invalid, because intelligence becomes a factor for the self-organizing structure of stars and galaxies. A complete game changer.

How to find the best suited homeopathic remedy for a specific problem?

You will hear this often, there are 5000 remedies in homeopathy and you cannot find the ONE remedy which is best for your problem by providing only one symptom. You will make the work of the homeopath impossible. The poor person then needs to guess what the remedy could be. And therefore I wrote this post, in order to give an example how the work of a homeopath looks like when he or she search for the most similar remedy.

Example Hemorrhoids

A person goes to the doctor and asks for help  for his hemorrhoids. Lets say that the doctor begins right away with the repertorization instead of an anamnesis, so he types in the database just the symptom “hemorrhoids”. The result is a list of 588 remedies which are known to help for hemorrhoids.


Could the patient just take any of these 588 remedies and expect to get better? No, this is not how homeopathy works. The remedy needs to be similar to many symptoms the patient have. Therefore the doctor asks what other symptoms he have. So he get a list of other minor complains:


Now he have a mix of body and mind symptoms, but something is missing. Sure the patient gave him symptoms to pinpoint further the remedy, but he did not really talk to the therapist. In order to know what the characteristics of his personality are, he needs to express with his own words how he feels. Finally the patient opens to the doctor and express in simple words his desires. He wants to be free, independent. He hates when other people interferes with his plans and he just wants to do things on his own way.

Now the doctor knows that this kind of person is part of the Asterales plant family. So he reduces all possibilities of the repertory to the Asterales family.


The doctor recognize Carduus marianus as the most similar remedy, because now all symptoms makes sense and they form a clear picture. Sure he could have tried right from the beginning Nux-vomica, but this is what a layman does. He search and digs deeper and asks questions until finally he find the most similar remedy to the problem of the patient. You see this was a really basic and simple example. In reality the work is more complex. It is 99% science and the 1% art which is acquired with decades of experience. So if you go to a homeopath, don’t just give him one symptom to work with, tell him who you are!

Copyright by Marek Szczepanek

The frog of the well

The frog lived down in a hole where there was all he had to live. One day, a turtle came by and told him about the sea. ‘The sea? Hah! It’s paradise in here. Nothing can be better than this well. Why don’t you come down and share my joy?’

Moral: Some ignorant people know nothing aside from their own world.

Qigong: key 2 the future?

How will qigong help us to solve the energy problem? By understanding the implosion principle and the yin aspect of nature. Mario Hostios describes some interesting aspects of Nicola Tesla’s and Victor Schauberger’s era, nearly 100 years ago, when humanity was on its right path towards a clean energy, clean water and clean food solution. Somehow materialism took over and now we face a society which is obsessed on the yang aspect and does not balance both sides of the coin, with disastrous consequences.

I quote: “It will come to an end, the question is how.”

Mario Hostios

imgres-1Sifu Mario here, I trust you are well. Today I am going to rant (not my choice of words, that is feedback…so be it) about Qigong and it’s applicability to others areas of life. This might offend, but in the interest of offering food for thought, that’s a risk I’m willing to take. Just remember; if you don’t like everything I have to say…you are in excellent company.

If you have been paying attention at all, you will note from my previous emails and posts on the discussion board that it is my opinion (my informed, experienced opinion) that Qigong Meditation (specifically the standing posture Zhan Zhuang) is unparalleled as a means of attaining health, vitality, and sanity in the body/mind of the practitioner. This is so because:

#1 it taps the primordial energy of creation in both it’s yin (gravitational) and yang (solar)  expressions and circulates it to a…

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The Timeline of Zhan Zhuang Qigong Practice

Mario Hostios

600_438251751Good Morning Future Qigong Masters!

Sifu Mario here; I trust you are well. Let’s address another of these excellent questions brought forth my a group member. (For the previous question, why practice zhan zhuang refer to the discussion board.)

What’s the timeline of Practice? Well, my answer is simple, straight forward, and based on personal experience as a student and teacher. Here goes…

From the moment you direct your will in the mental/physical posture of zhan zhuang a “stopwatch” of sorts begins. As moments accumulate in zhan zhuang, they compound upon each other and build your competence and capacity. Often people will refer to their sifu (father/teacher) as having trained for…e.g. 40 years! In reality that is not precise. More likely the sifu has spent thousands of hours practicing…he still has to eat, sleep, work etc, right?

It takes about 100 hours of zhan zhuang to truly become a student…

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