Publications

Lessons in Pure Homeopathy

From the Writings of Adolph Lippe, M.D.
Hahnemann’s Best Student and Medicine’s Most Successful Practitioner

The writings of Adolph Lippe, soon to be accessible for the first time in Lessons in Pure Homeopathy, are truly classic and second only to Hahnemann’s in importance. They are essential for anyone desiring to deeply understand genuine homeopathy as the great masters practiced it.

In these selected writings, Lippe clearly explains and demonstrates Hahnemann’s homeopathy, which led to the legendary success of many of homeopathy’s pioneers. It is a work greatly needed in these times when the strict inductive method of Hahnemann has been largely lost.

The work of Lippe is like a powerful beacon, shedding light into the darkness, dissolving all confusion on how to practice homeopathy. This work has been largely annotated by André Saine, thus providing a grant understanding of the practice of genuine homeopathy from Hahnemann and Lippe until now.

must for anyone aspiring to truly understand and master homeopathy.
A book to be read, and re-read!

Approximately 1,700 pages.

The Weight of Evidence - Book Series

Homeopathy in Times of Epidemic and Related Statistics

“All facts relating to homeoprophylaxis should be carefully and conscientiously collected and published. Such work will most assuredly exercise a wholesome influence on science, and on the practice of medicine, and thus benefit suffering humanity.”

– Dr. A. Chevalier de Kaczkowski, 1873

This upcoming book series tells the great and very compelling story of homeopathy, the science of therapeutics shining in all its glory in times of epidemic. Although homeopathy specializes in emphasizing the individuality of each patient suffering from acute or chronic disease, its literature is full of statistics documenting its clinical efficacy on large populations in times of epidemic.

In reviewing the vast homeopathic literature of more than 25,000 volumes, it is truly astonishing to find, as many reviewers have noted before, that there exists not one single report showing the superiority of conventional medicine over genuine homeopathy in lowering morbidity and mortality during epidemics. This amazing fact holds true in every era, even including results obtained by allopathic doctors using today’s advances in medicine and nursing.

The fascinating stories told in this book series relate not only the incredible and almost forgotten successes obtained by homeopathy, but also point out the political opposition that followed, due no doubt to homeopathy’s outstanding success. The Weight of Evidence tells the story of how greed, prejudice, arrogance, ignorance and contempt for the truth dominate our “civilized” society, thus preventing the truth from benefiting the whole of humanity.

Further, the book series delivers a crucial testimony relating how, for over two hundred years, homeopaths have been telling anyone wise enough to listen that there is a law of nature which regulates healing and dictates to a large extent, the quality and length of our lives. This book series details the overwhelming evidence that genuine homeopathy clearly offers the best method of protection from epidemic diseases and allows those who do fall sick to quickly recover their health.

By presenting overwhelming statistical evidence, The Weight of Evidence exposes the great potential of one of the most needed and certainly most underestimated scientific discoveries of all time: homeopathy, pure and simple.

An official book series announcement was made in Meissen, Germany on April 10, 2005 at the occasion of the 250th anniversary of Hahnemann’s birth. Writing The Weight of Evidence is an exciting experience of uncovering very interesting and incredibly valuable results of homeopathy in times of epidemics. The book series  has taken on a life of its own, and has grown tremendously and proportionally to newly uncovered material. The book series  has far over 2,000 pages after the first 2,000 references. There are over 7,000 other references that are waiting to be integrated into the main text. A shorter version of the book series which provides a summary of the key data will also be published.

The series so far includes: