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"Lives of great men all remind us, we can make our lives sublime, and, departing, leave behind us, footprints on the sands of time."
This famous quote by H.W.Longfellow motivates us to go through the biographies of famous homeopaths and learn from their experiences. So here we provide a collection of life histories of some Stalwarts of Homeopathy.
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- Life of Dr. Clarke
- Short CV of Hahnemann
- Hahnemann, The great genius and patient investigator
- Semen Korsakov :: The Predecessor of Computerised Homeopathy
Semen Korsakov was born on 14th January 1787 in the Ukrainian city of Cherson, now the district centre. His godfather was the Count Grigory Potemkin (1739-1791), the all-mighty favorite of the Empress Catherine the Great. Although his name sounds as a purely Russian (“korsak” in Russian means a corsac fox), it is most probably associated with the Lithuanian noble family, whose ancestor was the Czech, Zsigmond Korsak that had settled in Lithuania in the 14th century1. “Korsakas” in old Lithuanian means emblem or armorial bearings...
- Sensational Seven - Pioneering Women Homeopaths
A detailed account of the lives and contributions of Dr. Melanie Hahnemann, Dr. Dorothy Shepherd, Dr. Margaret Tyler, Dr. Julia Minerva Green, Dr. E.W.Hubbard, Dr. Blackie and Dr. Rood. A tribute to the Women Homeopaths, who have practiced in anonymity and helped numberless sick persons to regain health. In doing so they have not only served humanity but also helped in the spread of Homeopathy.
- Dr. Melanie Hahnemann -The Unveiling of Portrait
She wanted to be known, the long suppressed emotions since her childhood, to be accepted and that her worth may be understood made her move forwards for better opportunities….. Her greatness and her dedication to Master Hahnemann and Homoeopathy were soon forgotten and she still remains in oblivion....
Dr. Singh tries to explain the story of Melanie's struggle and her love to Samuel and homoeopathy.
- The First Union of Provers of Medicines
Thus arose the first union of provers of medicine. Ten disciples, all of them students, belonged to it. Two of them had no great leaning towards this work from the beginning……These were the privileged ones for they learnt Homoeopathy directly from the mouth of the master. Dr. Shalini goes into lives of them and narrates how were they close to Hahnemann.
- John Martin Honingburger :: First Homeopath in India
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