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    Are warts, however small and few they are, a sure sign of sycotic miasm? If so should we assume that the miasmic layer is present until warts are present? And say warts are removed with homeopathic remedies like Thuya or Staph, can we assume that the miasm is removed?
    Thanks,
    Rajendra.

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    Originally posted by lifesstudent View Post

    Subject: Are warts sure symptom of sycotic miasm?
    No. The subject of Hahnemann's Theory of Chronic Diseases is much misunderstood and constantly misrepresented by both low-potency and high-potency pseudo homeopaths (LPHs & HPHs). Both of those groups (the latter being more generously called quasi homeopaths, while the former are just allopaths) are and always have been in the extreme majority despite Hahnemann's dismissal of them as "beginners, bunglers and agravators of diseases" on pages 121 & 122 of THE CHRONIC DISEASES. God, help us!

    The sycotic miasm (misam literally meaning "contagion") was simply his name for gonorrhea, but lots of pathogens are involved with warts. It doesn't mean anything differential that someone has warts. From there, it gets complicated.

    Originally posted by lifesstudent View Post

    Are warts, however small and few they are, a sure sign of sycotic miasm? If so[,] should we assume that the miasmic layer is present until warts are present?
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    No. The term "miasmatic layers" and layer theory in general is one of the 7-8 ways HPHs constantly reveal themselves. There is no such thing as layers of miasms, period! That's just a bunch of hokum developed by HPHs to excuse their failures to find the indicated remedies in individual cases. This first came up when our materia medica was quite small. Consequently, people had to "zigzag cases to cure" (Adolph Lippe). It's nothing more than that, but the morons who're followers of George Vithoulkas (GVs to us) continue to prop up this nonsense because it's part of their agreed-upon falsehoods about homeopathy. God, help us!

    Given that it is very difficult for novices and patients to understand the half-truths and lies of LPHs and HPHs, it is best to just run like hell from those mongrels whenever discerned. And, given that India has no known Hahnemannians and something like 400,000 pseudo ("false") homeopaths, good luck with that.

    Originally posted by lifesstudent View Post

    And say warts are removed with homeopathic remedies like Thuya or Staph, can we assume that the miasm is removed?
    It doesn't work like that -- not even remotely, sir. Homeopathy is an extremely complicated subject at total variance to all things allopathic and every basic assumption/premise (inclucing definitions) of allopathic medicine. You cannot bring those insane and murderous doctrines into an examination of homeopathy and expect anything good to come from it. The LPHs and HPHs nontheless do that all of the time and also don't notice because that's in the nature of brainwashing ("indoctrination to falsehoods"). The best advice for anyone so misguided as to have adopted the nonsense of miasmatic theory and all the rest of the krap from the GVs is to actually study what Hahnemann said until you begin to understand it and then keep at it once that difficult threshold is reached. Good luck, and

    God bless!
    Albert, also Hahnemannian444B
    www.GiggleBoggleJabbleGooby.com/HaHa

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