Bees and Animals Treated using Quantum Entropathy
My remedies have been developed and tested on human beings, not on animals. This is the opposite of the normal way of doing things. Subsequently, I have tried them out on a small number of animals, and found they work well, if not better than on humans. Animals can be such a delight to treat. They do not have the "rational" mind which humans have, so they do not ask questions or argue about how they work, or get into philosophical debates, or doubt. Instead they try the remedies and if they help, show love and cooperate or ask for more doses. Animals are closer to nature and very intuitive and instinctive.
     Some people may think that my remedies do not have an active ingredient and therefore any effect is "just the placebo effect" (nothing is "mere" or "just"). When you see how some animals react to my remedies you know immediately this is not the placebo effect. Animals have no way of knowing that my drops I give them orally (or on their fur or feathers) are remedies designed to cure them, and so the healing effects must come from the remedies themselves. This also shows that you do not have to believe in my remedies for them to work. However, animals are more in tune with nature than humans. (Some humans have mental states which could interfere with or block the remedies.) Here are a few stories of animals I have treated.
1. A Young Colt.
My family used to have a small business delivering animal feeds. Some years ago I washelping out with the deliveries to the stables of a large house owned by somewealthy Arabs. The English woman running the stables had an Arabian colt she had boughtfrom them, and she was worried because he was not doing very well, and wasalways ill. She told me that her employers did not value the males, and sothrew him out onto the concrete floor at birth (to die). He lay there for threedays and she felt sorry for him, so she bought him from her employers. However,he had not had his mother's first milk (colostrum) and so his immune system hadnever been properly activated, and so he was always ill. As a result, he hadendless infections, digestive problems and diarrhoea. He was a poor "doer" and he did not grow properly. By the age of one year he was a foot shorter than a cousin who wasthe same age as him.
This stable woman asked me to treat him when shelearnt that I did a form of complementary medicine. So I went round with someremedies for his immune system. She asked me how I gave them. I told herorally. So she opened his mouth and I squirted in the drops. She told me that the next evening when he came in from the meadow, she turned to the wall, got his halter, put iton his head, held his mouth open and gave the drops. The following evening whenhe came in from the meadow, she turned to get his halter, and when she turnedback he was standing with his mouth open waiting for the drops. She wasastonished, but happily gave them to him without having to use the halter. Fromthen on, every evening he would come in and hold his mouth open, waiting for hismedicines! He knew that they were doing him good and asked for them. After amonth he felt he was cured and stopped asking for them!
She was delighted he was better and started to grow more quickly. This story is interesting, because the colt clearly "knew" that the remedies were doing him some good because he asked for them every evening for a month. He had no way of knowing that these drops were supposed to make him better. The only rational explanation is that he sensed their benefits and so asked for more. Thus this is evidence that they really were helping him and this was not the placebo effect. It is interesting to note that a woman with MRSA also asked for extra doses of her remedies. My remedies have produced good results in dogs, geese, ducks, horses, cats and bees for a range of conditions. This is all good evidence that they have intrinsic healing qualities.
2. Bee Medicine
I also have a remedy for bees, whichstrengthens the immune system of a hive of bees. In England and othercountries, bees are attacked by a mite called varroa. It is a long story, but I got involved in research into this and came up with an essence which the bees drink in sweetened form. Preliminary trials show that this bee medicine reducesthe varroa by about 90%, eliminates damaged and deformed bees from the hive,makes the bees much nicer natured, helps increase the yield of honey by about 100% and improves it's flavour to what it was in the old days. I have afriend who is continuing to test this. She has found evidence that it does not prevent colony collapse. So I have produced a stronger version of this remedy which we are still testing. My own feeling is that this work with bees could be very important for agriculture, but it needs much more extensive testing.
Bees have no way of knowing that I am treating them. But bee keepers observe the effects.
3. Geese and Dogs
I have also treated geese and dogs. We keep geese on the millpond and one year a goose was struck hard on the head by vandals with a block of wood, and nearly died. The left leg of the goose wouldnot work but his right did, so he rolled over onto his side. My latefather said "He's brain damaged and will have to be put down". So I gave him aremedy for concussion. The next day he started to walk in the most peculiarway. He would take two steps, do a somersault (really, head-over-heals without touching the ground), land on his feet, take two more steps and make another somersault. It was like something out of the x-files, which clearly showed the geometrical nature of the life force (albeit malfunctioning).
We could not let him join the flock like thatbecause the fox might have got him. So we locked him away in the mill and I gave him more doses of the remedy for concussion. After two days, he was better andre-joined the flock.
Years later a friend's dog Happy, was running flat out through a wood and ran straight into a branch and knocked himself out. When he came round he couldnot walk and just lay around ill for several days. My friend was devastatedbecause she thought he would never get well. He was clearly concussed. I toldmy friend the story about the goose and that my remedy for concussion would helphim a lot, but she did not believe me. A few days later, when he was stillseriously ill, I gave him a dose of this remedy and he went to sleep for aboutan hour, which is a typical healing reaction in such circumstances (ie stronger than normal, but then he was quite ill). Then someone came to the front doorand Happy got up, jumped off his chair, went to greet thepeople at the front door, ran around the garden a few times, and went back tohis chair and promptly fell asleep. Such activity after being nearlyparalysed an hour before was amazing. After a few days and a few more doses, hewas completely back to his enthusiastic, happy energetic self.
Both the gooseand this dog have shown no signs of relapsing.
There other stories: of the goose who came back to life; the injured weasel; the kitten whose karma was pulling her to a working class home which disliked cats who released this and ended up in a middle-class animal lovers home (this shows how you can change probabilities (destiny)); other past-life healing of cats; injured ducks and geese; a cat who was hit badly by a car who went back to feeding her kittens a few hours later; an injured dog; a horse poisoned by carbon tetrachoride, and so on.
     I emphasise again that these animals do not know what I am giving them, or even that I am giving a healing remedy. They don't know what to expect. So when they get well, this is not a placebo effect. This is real healing.

[Disclaimer: results may differ from animal to animal.]