Homeopathy and the Elements

Homeopathy and the Elements

  • Jan Scholten

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Overview

This book is a development of the ideas first presented in Homoeopathy and the Minerals.

Scholten uses deductive thought to take a short cut, attempting to describe the characteristics of remedies that are elements, based on their position in the periodic table.

Netherlands
880 pp hb

Details

Homeopathy and the Elements, by Jan Scholten, was published in 1996.

This book further develops the ideas in Homeopathy and Minerals by analyzing the symptoms of most of the elements of the Periodic Table. Scholten discusses the themes of the 7 horizontal rows of elements (being, individuality, family, work, art, power, magic), and relates the 18 columns of the Periodic Table to different stages within each theme.

Scholten's work starts with a 72-page explanation of his basic ideas followed by 740 pages of new materia medica, encompassing all but the Lanthanides and some 7th series elements.

The Materia Medica section has the following headings:

Introduction
Concepts
Group analysis
Picture (clinical)
Expressions (key mental/emotional symptoms)
General
Complaints
DD (differential diagnosis), and
Cases (where provided).

A 20-page Epilogue covers a number of 'principles of practice' issues.

Much of this work is theoretical. Many ideas presented as fact will require the test of time to determine their verity. Until then this is one method of approaching the Periodic Table elements that have not been proved.

Contents

Introduction -- 12-18
The Spiral -- 19-20
The Seven Series -- 21-28
The Eighteen Stages -- 29-65
The Stages -- 66-67
Group Analysis -- 68-69
The Blank Remedy -- 70-72
The Hydrogen Series -- 73-74
Hydrogenium -- 75-80
Lacticum Acidum -- 81-83
Fluoricum Acidum -- 84-88
Muriaticum Acidum -- 89-93
Helium -- 94-96
The Carbon Series -- 97-105
Lithium -- 106-111
Lithium Carbonicum -- 112-117
Lithium Fluoratum -- 118-123
Lithium Phosphoricum -- 124-127
Lithium Sulphuricum -- 128-132
Lithium Muriaticum -- 133-137
Lithium Iodatum -- 138-141
Beryllium -- 142-150
Beryllium Muriaticum -- 151-154
Boron -- 155-161
Carbon, Graphites -- 162-168
Lacticums -- 169-170
Nitrogen -- 171-177
Ammonium Causticum -- 178-181
Ammonium Fluoratum -- 182-185
Ammonium Bromatum -- 186-188
Oxygenium -- 189-196
Causticum -- 197
Aqua Pura -- 198
Fluorine -- 199-204
Neon -- 205-208
The Salicium Series -- 209-213
Natrum -- 214-217
Natrum Lacticum -- 218-221
Nathrum Causticum -- 222-226
Natrum Fluoratum -- 227-232
Natrum Silicatum -- 233-236
Natrum Arsenicosum -- 237-239
Natrum Bromatum -- 240-244
Magnesium -- 254-258
Magnesium Lacticum -- 249-252
Magnesium Nitricum -- 253-256
Magnesium Silicatum -- 257-261
Aluminium -- 262-266
Alumina -- 267-270
Aluminium Phosphoricum -- 271-275
Aluminium Sulphuricum -- 276-279
Silicium -- 280-258
Silicea -- 286-290
Phosphorus -- 291-295
Sulphur -- 296-300
Chlorum -- 301-304
Argon -- 305-306
The Ferrum Series -- 307-312
Kali -- 313-316
Kali Silicatum -- 317-319
Kali Arsenicosum -- 320-323
Calcarea -- 324-327
Calcarea Lactica -- 328-330
Calcarea Silicata -- 331-335
Scandium -- 336-339
Titanium -- 340-344
Titanium Sulphuricum -- 345-349
Vanadium -- 350-353
Chromium -- 354-357
Chromium Sulphuricum -- 358-361
Chromium Muriaticum -- 362-365
Manganum -- 366-369
Manganum Nitricum -- 370-373
Manganum Aceticum -- 374-377
Manganum Silicatum -- 378-381
Manganum Phosphoricum -- 382-386
Manganum Sulphuicum -- 387-390
Manganum Muriaticum -- 391-394
Manganum Iodatum -- 395-399
Ferrum -- 400-403
Ferrum Nitricum -- 404-408
Ferrum Lacticum -- 409-411
Ferrum Fluoratum -- 412-415
Ferrum Silicatum -- 416-420
Cobaltum -- 421-425
Cobaltum Phosphoricum -- 426-429
Cobaltum Muriaticum -- 430-433
Niccolum -- 434-437
Niccolum Sulphuricum -- 438-442
Cuprum -- 443-447
Cuprum Aceticum -- 448-451
Cuprum Flouratum -- 452-455
Cuprum Phosphoricum -- 456-459
Cuprum Muriaticum -- 460-464
Zincum -- 465-470
Zincum Nitricum -- 471-475
Zincum Phosphoricum -- 476-480
Zincum Muriacticum -- 481-485
Zincum Iodatum -- 486-491
Gaillium -- 492-495
Gallium Sulphuricum -- 496-499
Germanium -- 500-502
Arsenicum -- 503-506
Arsenicum Album -- 507-510
Selenium -- 511-516
Bromium -- 517-519
Krypton -- 520-522
The Silver Series -- 523-530
Rubidium -- 531-536
Strontium -- 537-542
Strontium Muriaticum -- 543-547
Yttrium -- 548-551
Zirconium -- 552-556
Niobium -- 557-564
Molybdenum -- 565-570
Technetium -- 571-573
Ruthenium -- 574-581
Rhodium -- 582-585
Palladium -- 586-589
Argentum -- 590-594
Argentum nitricum -- 595-600
Argentum phosphoricum -- 601-604
Cadmium -- 605-610
Cadmium sulphuricum -- 611-616
Cadmium muriaticum -- 617-620
Indium -- 621-626
Stannum -- 627-632
Antimonium -- 633-638
Antimonium tartaricum -- 639-643
Antimonium crudum -- 644-648
Antimonium muriaticum -- 649-652
Tellurium -- 653-658
Iodum -- 659-662
Xenon -- 663-664
The Gold Series -- 665-672
Caesium -- 673-675
Baryta -- 676-679
Baryta bromata -- 680-684
Baryta iodata -- 685-689
Lanthanum -- 690-692
Hafnium -- 693-695
Tantalum -- 696-705
Tungstenium -- 706-714
Rhenium -- 715-718
Osmium -- 719-724
Iridium -- 725-729
Platina -- 730-735
Aurum -- 736-741
Aurum sulphuricum -- 742-745
Aurum muriaticum -- 746-749
Mercurius -- 750-756
Cinnabris -- 757-761
Mercurius dulcis -- 762-765
Mercurius iodatus flavus -- 766-770
Thallium -- 771-776
Plumbum -- 777-782
Plumbum phosphoricum -- 783-787
Plumbum muriaticum -- 788-792
Bismuth -- 793-797
Polonium -- 798-800
Astatinum -- 801-803
Radon -- 804-806
The Uranium Series -- 807-809
Plutonium nitricum -- 810-812
Epilogue -- 813-814
Case taking -- 815-817
Language -- 818-819
Source of remedy pictures -- 820-822
Frequency of the remedies -- 823-825
Expressions of the remedies -- 826-828
Alternation of the remedies -- 829
Ten propositions -- 830-833
Grafics -- 834-835
Tables -- 836-851
Notations -- 852
Literature -- 853-867
Index of concepts -- 868-876
Index of remedies -- 877-879

Jan Scholten, MD

(1951 -     )
 
 

Jan Scholten was born on December 23rd, 1951, in Helmond, The Netherlands.

Jan studied chemistry, philosophy, medicine, acupuncture and homeopathy. In addition, he studied many other alternative health disciplines, such as orthomolecular medicine, herbalism, and Bach Flower remedies. From 1985 onward, he has had a full time classical homeopathic practice.

Jan studied with many renowned teachers, including Roger Morrisson, George Vithoulkas, Alphons Geukens, Künzli, Bill Gray and many others. In 1988, he founded the "Homeopathic Doctors Center Utrecht" together with Maria Davits and Rienk Stuut. The Center has grown ever since and now hosts eleven working homeopaths.

Jan is known worldwide through his books "Homeopathy and Minerals" and "Homeopathy and the Elements". Further developments of Dr. Scholten include explorations into the plant kingdom, particularly studying botanical families like the Compositae.

Jan Scholten has lectured all over the world, including Great Britain, Germany, Austria, France, Spain, Norway, Ireland, Poland, Tsechia, Hungary, Italy, Israel, India, the U.S.A., Australia and New Zealand.

He is affiliated with the SHO Wageningen. He is the president of Stichting Alonissos and the advisor of SHO.

Heritage

A continuation of the ideas begun in Homeopathy and the Minerals.

This volume explores relationships between the elements and the structure of the periodic table. The elements are discussed in terms of "series" (the relationship of the remedies in the lines across the table) and the "stages" (the relationship of the remedies in the rows from the top to the bottom of the table).

As with his previous book, the author develops a synthetic understanding of the relationships between the elements, extrapolating from what we know of the elements already in our materia medica, and using these concepts to predict the curative possibilities of unknown remedies. Case examples from the author's practices are given.

Julian Winston writes:
A "cutting edge" of homeopathy, the information is interesting, yet much of the materia medica is synthetic and, therefore, theoretical. It should be approached with caution. Not for the notice homeopath or one without experience.

From:
The Heritage of Homoeopathic Literature
copyright 2001 by Julian Winston
Reprinted with the permission of the author