I've received an email tonight, from the nutritionist/teacher from Germany. He replied "What I know is that a group of nature-therapists
and homeopaths have experimented with a consciousness-altering substance and that this has gone awry". I've asked him if his view
is based on testimony of a person attending that conference in Handeloh. And if that person was in the know of that experiment, as
in being a part of the conference agenda. It's almost hilarious, when I imagine the state in which some of them must have been in.
I ask myself "If these people would've organized such an experiment, what's the benefit of consciously applying a drug to or allowing
it to be taken, by so many, individually. To me it doesn't make sense. They're the kind of people, I assume, due to their profession,
who simply know to much of bad trip risks. This is what I found interesting, a new angle or purple light on the whole affair, or so it seems.
"The Association of German Healing Practitioners (VDH), which represents homeopaths, quickly distanced itself from the embarrassment.
In a statement, it said none of its representatives took hallucinogens during the “incident” in Handeloh. “The organisers of this obscure
conference are unknown to us and such events will not be tolerated by our Association,” a spokesperson said.
the conference in Handeloh has severely damaged the image of the homeopathy profession… and we have clarified that such acts are
not in the spirit of natural therapy, and contradict our values both morally and legally. “The Association of German Healing Practitioners
detests such mis-demeanours.” (end of quote)