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A THOROUGH EXAMINATION OF THE PATIENT
Therefore in a sense anything we do to try and solve these problems begins with a superficial examination. Mother Earth looks haggard and but a shadow of her former beauty. She is exhausted, smells like a whore in a cheap brothel and wobbles like a drunk. She is obviously heavily intoxicated and it is anyone’s guess with what. She introduces herself and her voice is raw from too much smoke, drink, drugs, late nights at the bar or the club and what else might happen on any week-night. The weekends are only more of the same. You hardly have to ask to take off her clothes – she barely wears any. The forests are hanging in flaps, exposing the naked skin. On closer examination, she looks positively devastated. You listen to her story – she has been gang-raped for the last 600 years.

They first let her clothes fairly well alone and her outlets well all in working order. They dug big holes in her tissues and tunnelled like crazy, giving her a stabbing sharp itch like you would not believe, to get at whatever they sought in the vast recesses of her skin. But if they tunnel too deep, she gets these stabbing pains.


Then she began to develop little sores, everywhere and her blood began to leak out, faster than she is able to make it – it is like cancer and bleeds the patient so dizzy, she starts spinning on her axle. She barely is able to maintain herself, because fatty stones – the marrow of the planet – cannot create oil that fast. The wobble is ten de-grees out from the magnetic North Pole.


“That shifts the only cool place on my body to warmer regions and it will melt. To build a new Ice Pole will take years and in a different spot. The silly story that my ice would flood the earth is not true at all, because the tundra’s melt and sink ten metres; more than enough to accommodate all the ice on my body.”


Moreover, other places on the earth move south and others again move north. Alaska could get colder and Nice hotter and dryer, she says. She uses these names so that we understand. Anyway, she has all these little creatures living on her skin and they make those sores – some kind of parasite and earthquakes or a tsunami do not help very much to reduce them, but locally it helps. Man is the tuberculosis, the cancer and all diseases he suffers from himself to his environment and his drive is greed. What we inflict on Mother Earth, we get back as disease. Storms and hurricanes or typhoons are another good one, she says, but being so bulky, it takes something mega-big to get her to kill but a few thousand. They are clever, but very fragile. These creatures also make her burning in places and that gives dead patches, where also the stink comes from. They look like hard, stony cancers. That is up in Europe, at one of her breasts. She thinks it is breast cancer.

Next you have Asia, where the stinking stuff has increased beyond belief and many big hot places have appeared on her skin. Everywhere you see, man grows something for himself to eat and for the enormous amounts of us crawling over the earth. The forests of old have gone and they have become the stuff of legends and tall stories about even taller trees.


Everywhere have appeared lumps on her skin, some large and some small and there the creatures that cause her disease – this parasitical plague – collects by the millions – Sao Paulo 20 Million, Mexico City 26 million, Kolkata, 25 million are the larg-est, and they emit a stinking heap of fumes – there is a haze over every city that is bigger than 100.000 inhabitants. Hong Kong, Beijing, Mumbay, Delhi, Shanghai, Tokio and so on are all topping 10 million. Last time she counted it was around 6.2 billion, but then she knows where every one of them live. Monotonous plains and huge mountains – they have penetrated every-where. The highest peak is a garbage dump for ego-trippers who like to loose their fingers to frostbite in a bid to stand at the top of the world.

Then, Down Under, they have left strips of her underwear – 85% of it is gone. The sores are on the naked skin – you’d wonder why they still are willing to gang-rape her, but the disease is called greed, for ever-newer things to have, food to produce like we want and need and all the appliances we do not need. The use of them creates the drive for fuels – fossil fuels by choice and an artificially created necessity. Worldwide we gobble fossil fuels like mad in our drive for electrical power, cars and other transport and we race around the world in 24 to 48 hours.


The mad search for the ultimate experience drives us to all corners of the planet, to see the dying embers of Nature, yet we fail to act to preserve even the little that is left. Instead, we shall exploit that too for our own means and ends. Relentlessly, humanity is driving itself over the ecological cliff and like lemmings, they shall reach that end, if nothing is done and almost immediately too. None stops to contemplate what his actions cause to the world at large.


The disappearance of the Ozone producers on her behind creates a hot burning rash, so much so, she is glad she is tilting a little to the side, to relieve it somewhat. The UV will soon kill everything, except in places where there is enough pollution to block out the sunlight. Then she has a real problem, because she will have no clothes left. And man shall have to live underground to survive – like scabies we will be the disease that shall have killed it. There, they dug and dig this huge hole in her skin so big Manhattan would disap-pear in it. They also have begun to dig holes higher up and there is a sore so deep in one of her ribs it almost makes her cry. And they also take everything from her seas and put stuff in the water that kills off the coral reefs. She explains she needs those fish to keep her waters clear – they eat everything that goes there, just as on land. Catfish graze mud flats, stone and vegetation clean of algae, like deer, sheep, horses and cows graze the fields or giraffes and ele-phants graze the trees.

In South America, she has more water and that makes it easier to get her clothes back on. Except in the Amazon, where they will discover they destroyed a unique ecology. The North is however turned into a naked landscape, monotonous and bare, except for grass or crops and once sees monocultures or cattle everywhere. Entire landscapes have been altered to suit the desires of the Europeans who came here. Some of them have been irreparably damaged and cannot be restored. Others may restore them-selves, but only if we stop their destruction immediately. Such will be possible only with stringent laws and even more stringent enforcement.


North America is much worse off – the buffalo has al but disappeared, and fences crisscross the land everywhere, if only to show the neighbour that here begins some other person’s land. Indians wondered why the white man thought he could own and possess the earth on which he lived – the concept was alien to them. Our possession has not been as a guardian but as a rapist. The Far North is still fairly intact, although there too, the sores are increasing, especially the US, where they blast the mountain-tops to get at her ore. Canada is exploit-ing its oil sands, to which we shall return shortly.

Africa presents perhaps the sorriest picture of all, with again a bare landscape, ele-phants hunted for ivory and a teeming population of which some fight Big Oil, DeBeers and gold-smugglers and the army which protects those interests and others fight each other. A huge and expanding desert in the north, large enough to contain the US or Australia twice, is a threat to the tribes living at its edges. The sand is always moving south. On the west coast, several small countries are leading peaceful existences, but some that have oil and other resources are exploited and cause environmental damage like you would not believe.


The east coast is already desert in the north – Ethiopia and Eritreia are basically deserts and cause wars over scarce water. Kenia is slowly turning into a dustbowl too and only further south do we see some of the lushness remain. Kilimanjaro is losing its glaciers and water supplies to the entire river system are in jeopardy.
Meanwhile, scientists are talking like allopaths – this is caused by that – without having a clue to the workings of this great body we call Mother Earth. CO2 and Methane are now the great bogeymen of Earth science and Climate Change, while none of the esteemed and undoubtedly learned brothers cares to look at the whole. Rising temperatures they say cause the disappearance of the earth’s ice, but we have to go back a few steps, to discover what causes that rise in temperature. Forests are cooler by several degrees in the moderate Zones and their disappearance raise the temperature by more than just the token few degrees. If we take Australia as an exam-ple, we see that the disappearance of the forests has driven up the temperatures by several degrees, because the desert has been extended. So if there is any truth to rising temperatures it is because we have cut down so much forest that it is rapidly becoming scarce and thus the cooling effect they have on the planet is lost.


Secondly, the Eucalypt species have the peculiar capacity to produce Ozone by the reaction of the emanated oil with the air in the atmosphere. This is the reason the Blue Mountains received their name, from the Ozone that hangs over the forests. This Ozone is by now of course inadequate to supply the needs of the Ozone layer, reason we have a hole in the first place. This increases the availability of UV worldwide and the increase in skin cancer is the indication on the human platform. We see that the saying that what we do to the part having implications for the whole is not just an empty slogan, but a fact of life.

The same happens in Africa where the disappearance of forests causes less rain-fall and consequently there will fall less snow on Kilimanjaro, meaning the glaciers will be fed less and thus get smaller. Forest is the great rain attractor, simply because in dense forests the temperature is lower and thus the pressure is lower too. 

 

And all in all, she looks like a walking hospital. She is immensely sad and she cries most for the loss of dignity. So what can be done to restore her to reasonable health? And what are the further details of the symptoms and finally, what remedies stand to our help in this fight against desertification and UV destruction? If we want to maintain a liveable earth, we need to look to other solutions that seek to remedy things in a different than normal orthodox fashion. We are dealing after all with a seriously sick patient, whom we need to give a second wind, if only for our own survival.

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My Goodness!!!!!
How astounding and shocking!
Kaviraj Ji,
your words sure slaps on face, how greedy and inhumane humans have been.
We stand on the crisis not recognizing the fact that we are burying ourselves into it. Eco friends have nevertheless viewed the problem yet as another 'scientific' kind, rather the Homeopathic approach in knowing Earth's condition will be helpful to bring about a cure and save us all.
Hoping your work on Eco Homeopathy brings good change to all of us.
Anyone can clearly understand the urge and necessity to help our mother Earth. Please do give your suggestions from your years of working on this subject, as what could be done to prevent her from decaying and to get her going. This needs world wide attention and if this is possible by Homeopathy, we sure must start doing something now!! As from this side of Earth, I would like to help her by joining hands with u.
Dr Prema didi,
this makes me so angry and so sad. And to think that Monsanto with its genetic engineering shall bring us sooner rather than later into famine disaster makes me almost puke. I know their tactics and we have to make a united front to thwart their plans.

At present i am writng a book, partly from my experiences here in Brazil about the environmental disaster that is happening before our eyes, but which was - as usual - completely overlooked in the diverse climate bills of the US and the G8.
It details what is wrong and what we can do to restore it. Lipservice is all we get from the politicians in the pockets of Monsanto. At Hpathy.com i started a thread on their plans and actions - atrocious, as could not be otherwise expected. Called "Monsanto again - GMOs."
Worth a good read and full of related information that stops anything being done.

Thanx for joining hands.

Kaviraj.
Hi Kaviraj
Great article!
Is this part of book #2?

I have always thought that humans have no great contributions to this mother earth but of course destruction.
Prior to humans ,mother earth did just fine.
The genetic manipulation of seeds by Monsanto is taking this ultra destruction one step further-No way to repair this damage?
I think the only way is if humans No longer existed.
The greatest enemy of mother earth,plantlife and animal =human.
This is Eco-homoeopathy 1.
Have begun already and of course must first examine the patient as we always do in homoeopathy. Humans are the pox of the earth and the tbc, the pest and everyother thing they inflict on her. So she gives it back to us in the form of disease. Gets rid of a few of those pests, but not by far enough and usually those that do nothing bad to her. Wish she would destroy Monsanto with an earthquake. generally i do not wish harm on anyone, but these people certainly deserve soemthing coming.
Kaviraj.
This is beautiful, tragic and true. thank you,margo
Restoring a Habitat

To restore a habitat to its original state is not always possible. In fact, it is not pos-sible at all because changes have been made in the soil pH and structure that will either take years to restore or will never revert to original. It depends on several components of the biome that have to still harmonise and the deeper the ecology of those components the greater the chance of restoring some sort of equilibrium. On my recent trip to Brazil, this concept was all the more apparent. The south is termite country and in termite country one cannot change the soil pH without any severe repercussions on the ter-mite/forest symbiosis.
Agro-homoeopathy can also here in these types of circumstances do much to re-store the original habitat. Rather, we should typify it as Eco-Homoeopathy, because it deals with ecological circumstances. Removal of forests always leads to less rain, because the pressure above a forest is always lower than on open land, because of the reduction in temperature forests cause in summer. Winter may become wetter, because of the higher temperatures in the remaining forests. Here in the south, winter begins in June, but the last few years have seen more rain in June than normal. Winter is here the dry season and the summers have two months of rain in Dec-Jan.

It requires a careful assessment of the different components of the biome and a working knowledge of the components in the original habitat. At the danger of sounding speculative, we shall first have to admit that we cannot know the contents or composition of the original biome or habitat unless sufficient pockets of that original biome are still present.
Even in some places, the habitat has changed several times before the present situation ensued. Is the forest we see in front of us the original forest and if so, what can be done to maintain it and if not, is it possible at all to restore a habitat whereof the components no longer are available or are integrated into a different ecosystem that developed secondarily, tertiary or even quaternary?

If we take again Australia as an example, we see that first there was forest, then agriculture and subsequently cattle ranching. Of the original forest, nothing is left and the minimal topsoil has been blown away as dust. The grass is sparse and instead of cattle, goats and sheep are preferred. These split-hoofed animals are devastating the fragile soil and soon a desert ensues. Hence from primary forest to secondary agriculture and tertiary cattle ranching there ensues a quaternary desert.
It seems as if the local ecology can be adapted to the existing situation. However, that is still to be seen, because the components will also change weather patterns. If we take Australia as an example, we discover that the removal of the forests has resulted in severe droughts. No rain for 7 years is now the normal situation, simply because of desertification. That the Ozone production has also been eliminated has escaped the attention of the ‘scientists’, because they have been trained to think fragmentary.

Brazil has the advantage of plenty of water. There is one local tree that can provide a cottage industry with the produce from that tree – a type of pine nut. However, there is competition with the local wildlife. There are colonies of baboons, which fear humans because the Brazilian locals shoot everything that gets on their land. It astonishes how the western mentality and desire of sole possession of land has lead to such enormous destruction. It seems as if the white man has no capacity to share the land with anyone unless it is immediately exploitable – trees have to make place for cows and the local ecology goes to complete waste. The mentality of having to acquire instant gratification or if remote, then only through a system you know is responsible for the greatest de-struction on earth. It is so shortsighted and short-term focused that it cannot see things in terms of larger time-scales than a season to a year.

The ecology here in the south is very similar to that of Australia, except for the temperature and the other elements of the climate. It is cold here at night, while during the day the temperatures are close to agreeable – in the sunshine. That resembles Australian winter, but only in the south, on the Snowy Mountain side. However, there are important differences, such as the height of the mountains and their slopes as well as in the vegetation.
Imported Eucalypts grow here and do well in this ecology, because they come into similar termite territory. A difference with Australia is that it is here almost always wet, as opposed to there. Here every property is having running water and many lowlands are wetlands – good for growing rice, I would say. If man would stick to the valleys and leave the mountains alone, he would have a good chance of survival. Instead, the mountain sides that are not too steep have also been turned to pasture, with an African grass, that is becoming a pest in some places.
If anything is to be done here in the south, it is to leave nature to nature and let it regenerate itself. Some slopes here have completely been re-grown in 15 years time. 25 to 30 years later, you would never guess that the forest had ever been cut down. Birds are responsible for the spread of seeds, from which new trees grow and this process goes rather fast. In a few years time, trees establish themselves and from them the seeds also germinate, making for a dense young growth forest in 5 years time.
While it is termite country, we must take into account that they are living in much smaller colonies than in Australia, being restricted in spread by underground aquifers and above-ground by surface streams that cascade from the mountains in great profu-sion. Whether the termite will come back in sufficient numbers or at all in some areas remains therefore to be seen. The symbiosis between the termite and the forest may never be restored as it was. On the other hand, like all social insects, the termite also swarms and thus old territories good be regained. The problem is that it is not determi-nable other than by looking for signs and hoping for the best.

From observation of existing ecological changes in different continents, we see that each time man interferes with nature to serve his own needs he destroys something that itself fulfils those needs much better than he himself can achieve. In the instances where his efforts have devastated the local ecology, only Nature herself has been capable of restoring the ecology somewhat and not always in the original state. Declaring some areas ‘nature reserves’, man has imprisoned her to some isolated spots in the hope these will remain free of any negative influence, but the fate of the leopard frog in the US Everglades shows that such is wishful thinking. What is forgotten or conveniently over-looked is that especially agriculture pollutes the waters, the land and the air, with fossil fuel-based products that are nearly all poisonous, including the so-called plant nutrients.
Like the equally sick humans that live on the earth, the soil is treated with massive doses of agro-chemicals that suppress the existing symptoms and chase the pest or disease and nutrient problems. None of the essential problems that plague our forests, oceans and air are seen in their totality and none are addressed at the core – suppres-sion, which brings about resistance. What man inflicts upon the earth will come back to haunt him with equally dangerous diseases.

Mother Earth is at present a hospital for the material disease and like in any hospi-tal you can catch diseases you can get nowhere else. The hospital is a sick place. Greed is the driving force and lust is its consort. Unless and until these problems are addressed in humans, can we be capable of restoring the Earth somewhat to its former glory. It requires an honest assessment of our motives and a dedication to maintaining that which also maintains us. That is the only way in which we will be able to mitigate some of the severe problems Mother Earth faces.
It does require a return to animal traction and handwork – there is no doubt about it. While for some this will be a return to previous centuries, the aforementioned peak-oil will make sure we will. It also requires we plant trees like they are going out of fashion – which they are. It demands a radical change in attitudes, if we are going to achieve that. People have to go back to growing their own food.
I remember a time in the ‘60s when I went to the labour exchange to find work. The clerk asked me what I would like to do. So I told him I would like to work as a farmer. “That is not a job for the future,” he declared. I asked him if he thought food grew in the shelves of the supermarket. “Wow, I have never thought about that,” he exclaimed and promptly found me a job at an ecological farm. With such ignorance ruling the roost, it is no wonder we find ourselves in such dire straights.

A habitat will support all inhabitants, unless one species becomes too excessive and becomes a pest, destroying the habitat. Man is at present such a species and the rapid manner of habitat destruction shows that the pest will kill the host and thus destroy itself. Kali-yuga is rapidly advancing, with untold diseases, plagues and destruction. Quarrels over land and resources and hypocrisy on the part of the ruling cliques have resulted in the allowance of whatever takes one’s fancy, unless it infringes on the privi-leges of a few.
In such conditions as exist at present, it serves to point out the huge monetary value of ecological sound practises. With the usual callousness, man pays but lip service to such lofty ideals, because it distracts from maximum exploitation at present. What is not realised is that short-term profits will dwindle like snow before sun when those re-sources have equally dwindled to nothing. All the profits in the world are not going to serve as food for those who sit on them and reckon themselves rich.
Those that have money should buy land and grow forests and keep some space to grow food. They will survive the longest and the happiest if they but endeavour to main-tain what they have and to live of what that forests provides for food and medicine. Those that live such lives will have but few diseases and a rich palate of experience. As servants and secretaries of nature, they shall record their seasons and harmoniously co-exist with it. Such pockets will become the envy of many to again exploit and gobble up. There may come a time you have to defend each single tree against the axe or the fire, for if they cannot have it, nobody will.

Next we shall go into the different climate zones and the local habitats or eco-systems that comprise the problem areas of the world. These habitats and ecosystems are all closed systems and any interference into them will cause severe repercussions for the whole ecosystem or habitat. We shall show how human interference with eco-systems to ‘improve upon them’ always turns out to be creators of disaster.

Kaviraj.

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