Secret Lanthanides

Secret Lanthanides

  • Jan Scholten

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Overview

Long-awaited, this work by renowned homeopathic thinker and educator, Jan Scholten, details the use of the Lanthanides and their salts in health and disease. It describes persons in a Lanthanide state and the cure with homeopathic potencies.
Netherlands,
512 pp hb
ISBN 90-74817-16-5

Details

The Lanthanides are elements of the periodic system with atom number 57 till 73. The have strong electro-magnetic and light properties.

Autonomy is a major theme, hence the subtitle "Road to independence". The search for freedom can lead to a spiritual development and desire for self-control. The Lanthanides are needed for leading ones own life, going oneís own way. Itís the road to individuality and individuation.

The psychological separation is physically reflected in the immune system and auto-immune diseases. The immune system separates own tissue from foreign substances, it has to find out what "own".

From the Book

New and Indispensable
The Lanthanides have been unknown until now in homeopathy. The pictures had to be ascertained from scratch.

An advantage of the study of the Lanthanides was that I wasnít hindered by previous knowledge. Theyíve become indispensable in my practice in a short time. They have their own and unique picture. And thus curative power.

Hahnemann was very aware of this and expressed it in Aph. 119 of his Organon.

" Every mineral and salt differs from all others, in its external as well as its internal, physical, and chemical properties (which alone should have sufficed to prevent any confounding of one with another). As certainly do they all differ and diverge among themselves in their pathogenetic, consequently also in their therapeutic, effects, so that among them there can be, from a medical point of view, no equivalent remedies whatsoever, no surrogates."

One can conclude from this paragraph that Hahnemann would have been delighted to have the Lanthanides at his disposal. Unfortunately he had to use surrogates!

A good example of the specificity of homeopathic remedies is the Cerium Phosphoricum case: nine months of Praseodymium Phosphoricum gave only palliation and Cerium Phosphoricum cured.

Contents

1 Introduction -- 3
1.2 Word of thanks -- 6
1.3 Foreword by Rajan Sankaran -- 8
1.4 Foreword by Louis Klein -- 10
1.5 Foreword by Mieke van Peursem -- 12
1.6 Introduction -- 13
1.7 Element Theory -- 15
1.8 Remedies -- 17
1.9 Symbolic language -- 20
1.10 Cases -- 23
1.11 Case scores for evaluation -- 25
1.12 Case taking -- 28
1.13 Seven levels -- 31
1.14 Homeopathy and Science -- 33
1.15 Homeopathy and Classifications -- 41

2 Lanthanides -- 45
2.1 Lanthanides -- 47
2.2 Autonomy -- 55
2.3 Shadow -- 57
2.4 Power -- 59
2.5 Rare -- 61
2.6 Lanthanides: Heracles -- 63
2.7 Odysseus -- 69
2.8 Lanthanides mythology -- 76
2.9 Migraine -- 77
2.9 Dyslexia -- 78
2.10 Multiple sclerosis -- 79
2.11 AIDS -- 80
2.12 Ulcerative Colitis, Crohnís disease -- 81
2.13 Arthritis -- 82

3 Lanthanum -- 83
3.1 Lanthanum metallicum -- 85
3.2 Lanthanum metallicum case -- 87
3.3 Lanthanum carbonicum -- 88
3.4 Lanthanum carbonicum case -- 90
3.5 Lanthanum oxydatum -- 92
3.6 Lanthanum oxydatum case -- 94
3.7 Lanthanum oxydatum case -- 96
3.8 Lanthanum fluoratum -- 97
3.9 Lanthanum bromatum -- 98
3.10 Lanthanum bromatum case -- 99

4 Cerium -- 101
4.1 Cerium metallicum -- 103
4.2 Cerium metallicum case -- 106
4.3 Cerium metallicum case -- 108
4.4 Cerium metallicum case -- 110
4.5 Cerium carbonicum -- 111
4.6 Cerium carbonicum case -- 112
4.7 Cerium carbonicum case -- 114
4.8 Cerium carbonicum case -- 115
4.9 Cerium oxydatum -- 117
4.10 Cerium oxydatum case -- 118
4.11 Cerium phosphoricum -- 120
4.12 Cerium phosphoricum case -- 121
4.13 Cerium phosphoricum case -- 123
4.14 Cerium sulphuricum -- 126
4.15 Cerium iodatum -- 127
4.16 Cerium iodatum case Ė 128

5 Praseodymium -- 131
5.1 Praseodymium metallicum -- 133
5.2 Praseodymium metallicum case -- 135
5.3 Praseodymium carbonicum -- 137
5.4 Praseodymium carbonicum case -- 138
5.5 Praseodymium oxydatum -- 140
5.6 Praseodymium oxydatum case -- 142
5.7 Praseodymium fluoratum -- 144
5.9 Praseodymium sulphuricum -- 146
5.10 Praseodymium sulphuricum case -- 147
5.11 Praseodymium sulphuricum case -- 149
5.12 Praseodymium muriaticum -- 151
5.13 Praseodymium muriaticum case -- 152

6 Neodymium -- 155
6.1 Neodymium metallicum -- 157
6.2 Neodymium metallicum case -- 160
6.3 Neodymium metallicum case -- 162
6.4 Neodymium carbonicum -- 164
6.5 Neodymium carbonicum case -- 165
6.6 Neodymium carbonicum case -- 167
6.7 Neodymium nitricum -- 169
6.8 Neodymium nitricum case -- 170
6.9 Neodymium oxydatum -- 172
6.10 Neodymium oxydatum case -- 174
6.11 Neodymium oxydatum case -- 176
6.12 Neodymium fluoratum -- 178
6.13 Neodymium fluoratum case -- 180
6.15 Neodymium phosphoricum case -- 184
6.16 Neodymium sulphuricum -- 185
6.17 Neodymium sulphuricum case -- 187

7 Promethium -- 189

8 Samarium -- 193
8.1 Samarium metallicum -- 195
8.2 Samarium carbonicum -- 197
8.3 Samarium carbonicum case -- 198
8.4 Samarium oxydatum -- 200
8.5 Samarium oxydatum case -- 201
8.6 Samarium oxydatum case -- 203
8.7 Samarium oxydatum case -- 204
8.8 Samarium fluoratum -- 205
8.9 Samarium phosphoricum -- 206
8.10 Samarium phosphoricum case -- 207
8.11 Samarium sulphuricum -- 209
8.12 Samarium sulphuricum case -- 211
8.13 Samarium sulphuricum case -- 213
8.14 Samarium muriaticum -- 215
8.15 Samarium muriaticum case -- 217
8.16 Samarium muriaticum case -- 219
8.17 Samarium muriaticum case -- 220

9 Europium -- 223
9.1 Europium metallicum -- 225
9.3 Europium carbonicum case -- 229
9.4 Europium nitricum -- 231
9.5 Europium nitricum case -- 232
9.6 Europium oxydatum -- 234
9.7 Europium oxydatum case -- 235
9.8 Europium phosphoricum -- 237
9.9 Europium phosphoricum case -- 238
9.10 Europium phosphoricum case -- 240

10 Gadolinium -- 243
10.1 Gadolinium metallicum -- 245
10.2 Gadolinium nitricum -- 248
10.4 Gadolinium oxydatum -- 252
10.5 Gadolinium oxydatum -- 254
10.6 Gadolinium phosphoricum -- 256
10.7 Gadolinium phosphoricum case -- 258
10.8 Gadolinium sulphuricum -- 261
10.9 Gadolinium muriaticum case -- 262

11 Terbium -- 265
11.1 Terbium metallicum -- 267
11.2 Terbium carbonicum -- 269
11.3 Terbium oxydatum -- 270
11.4 Terbium oxydatum case -- 272
11.5 Terbium oxydatum case -- 274
11.6 Terbium oxalicum case -- 277
11.7 Terbium phosphoricum -- 279
11.8 Terbium sulphuricum -- 280
11.9 Terbium sulphuricum case -- 281
11.10 Terbium muriaticum -- 282

12 Dysprosium -- 285
12.1 Dysprosium metallicum -- 287
12.2 Dysprosium metallicum case -- 289
12.3 Dysprosium metallicum case -- 291
12.4 Dysprosium carbonicum -- 292
12.5 Dysprosium nitricum -- 294
12.6 Dysprosium nitricum case -- 295
12.8 Dysprosium oxydatum -- 297
12.9 Dysprosium oxydatum case -- 299
12.10 Dysprosium fluoratum -- 301
12.11 Dysprosium sulphuricum -- 303
12.12 Dysprosium sulphuricum case -- 304

13 Holmium -- 307
13.1 Holmium metallicum -- 309
13.2 Holmium metallicum case -- 311
13.3 Holmium carbonicum -- 313
13.4 Holmium carbonicum case -- 314
13.5 Holmium nitricum -- 318
13.6 Holmium oxydatum -- 319
13.7 Holmium oxydatum case -- 320
13.8 Holmium muriaticum -- 322

14 Erbium -- 323
14.1 Erbium metallicum -- 325
14.2 Erbium metallicum case -- 328
14.3 Erbium metallicum case -- 330
14.4 Erbium metallicum case -- 331
14.5 Erbium carbonicum -- 333
14.6 Erbium carbonicum and
-- -- Erbium oxydatum case -- 334
14.7 Erbium oxydatum -- 338
14.8 Erbium phosphoricum -- 339
14.9 Erbium phosphoricum case -- 341

15 Thulium -- 343
15.1 Thulium metallicum -- 345
15.2 Thulium metallicum case -- 349
15.3 Thulium carbonicum -- 350
15.4 Thulium carbonicum case -- 351
15.5 Thulium carbonicum case -- 353
15.6 Thulium carbonicum case -- 355
15.7 Thulium oxydatum -- 357
15.8 Thulium oxydatum case -- 359
15.9 Thulium oxydatum case -- 361
15.10 Thulium fluoratum -- 362
15.11 Thulium fluoratum case -- 364
15.12 Thulium phosphoricum -- 366
15.13 Thulium sulphuricum -- 366
15.14 Thulium muriaticum -- 367
15.15 Thulium muriaticum case -- 368

16 Ytterbium -- 371
16.1 Ytterbium metallicum -- 373
16.2 Ytterbium carbonicum -- 375
16.3 Ytterbium nitricum -- 377
16.4 Ytterbium nitricum case -- 378
16.5 Ytterbium phosphoricum -- 380
16.6 Ytterbium phosphoricum case -- 381

17 Lutetium -- 383
17.1 Lutetium metallicum -- 385
17.3 Lutetium oxydatum -- 389
17.4 Lutetium oxydatum case -- 390
17.5 Lutetium oxydatum case -- 391
17.6 Lutetium fluoratum -- 393

18 Provings -- 395
18.1 Introduction provings -- 396
18.2 Theory of Provings -- 397
18.3 Lanthanum metallicum proving -- 401
18.4 Cerium metallicum proving -- 402
18.5 Cerium metallicum proving -- 403
18.6 Praseodymium metallicum proving -- 409
18.7 Praseodymium metallicum proving -- 410
18.8 Praseodymium phosphoricum proving -- 422
18.9 Neodymium metallicum proving -- 425
18.10 Promethium muriaticum proving -- 426
18.11 Samarium oxydatum proving -- 428
18.12 Samarium oxydatum proving -- 429
18.13 Europium oxydatum proving -- 438
18.14 Gadolinium metallicum proving -- 439
18.15 Gadolinium metallicum proving -- 440
18.17 Terbium metallicum proving -- 448
18.18 Dysprosium metallicum proving -- 450
18.19 Holmium metallicum proving -- 451
18.20 Erbium metallicum proving -- 452
18.21 Erbium metallicum proving -- 453
18.22 Thulium metallicum proving -- 455
18.23 Thulium carbonicum proving -- 457
18.24 Ytterbium metallicum proving -- 462
18.25 Lutetium metallicum proving -- 463
18.26 Lutetium fluoratum proving -- 464

19 Adenda -- 471
19.1 Periodic Systems -- 472
19.2 Series -- 478
19.3 Stages -- 480
19.4 Elements -- 484
19.5 Notations -- 488
19.6 Literature -- 489
19.7 Index -- 500

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.

Reviews

"It is indeed a pleasure and honor to write this foreword to Jan Scholtenís latest work, The Secret Lanthanides. I am sure that like his earlier works, this one too will be very useful to the profession. The smile on the face of a successfully treated case is the main reward for such work."

— Rajan Sankaran

"Jan Scholtenís discovery of the Lanthanides as homeopathic remedies has given us even more tools to cure profound pathology. After hearing his initial lectures on the Lanthanides and, subsequently prescribing some of them, I am delighted by the curative results."

— Louis KleinM.p>