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Chocolate: Desires to Eat Insects like Cockroach

Can someone please elaborate on what is being said here? Talk about the syphilitic miasm related to desire to eating cockroaches? I could not find FOOD: desires cockroaches, but only FOOD: desires Insects: Chocolate. We know that cockroaches LOVE Chocolate and you will have bits of cockroaches in all the chocolate that you eat.

At first, I thought of Blatta, but it does not seem to be related?

Now I also think that we have a huge CHOCOLATE fixation in this generation. And the Reality Shows have many tests of people having to eat insects, which some do with zest. I really cannot watch them doing this YUCK! GROSS! [sulph for me].

What else do we know about the Chocolate Remedy?



On this site you can take a Poll or Comment if you think Reality Shows Abuse Animals and Insects But wildlife expert and BBC star Chris Packham worries about the bugs on reality shows, too, according to the Daily Mail: "The people working on I'm A Celebrity, Get Me Out of Here! have no regard for creatures' lives. If a celebrity trod on a cat it would be on the front page of every newspaper but they jump up and down on as many cockroaches, spiders and bugs as they like." He has a point. Another reality show, Fear Factor, regularly uses bugs in stunts meant to gross out contestants and audiences alike. Viewers seem to like watching people squirm as they eat bugs or endure being trapped in small spaces with insects or spiders. What did the bugs ever do to deserve such treatment? Hollywood has rules governing the humane use of animals in film and television, but those rules don't seem to apply to arthropods.

What do you think - do the bug stunts on reality tv shows qualify as abuse? Vote in the poll, and share your views by adding a comment.

In other countries eating insects is common. Does this indicate a miasm?

There is this crazy book: Man Eating Bugs: The Art and Science of Eating Insects Cockroach Pictures - Cockroaches are related to termites (Isoptera) which some authorities believe arose 100 to 50 million years ago as an offshoot (or possibly 2 offshoots) of the cockroach lineage of the time.

THE SPCA Gets in on the act. Can you imagine cruelty to bugs comes out of Reality TV and not due to pesticides?

Oh My Goodness! Discover Magazine published an article that condones and encourages the eating of insects for protein to save the environment. This is crazy!

THE TODAY SHOW: | Crickets, bugs, worms: It’s what’s for dinner!
Some adventurous foodies are turning to insects for a taste of the exotic

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Another Video that cannot be embedded.

EATING A COCKROACH| They are delicacies in China



Prafull Vijayakar author of
Frequent Encounters-Dispositions Series 1


A PDF File about Chocolate is available.

A selection of remedies written up for materia medica studies from his personal experience as related to the philosophy of approaching each remedy to find the similimum.

You will want to learn Dr Prafull's vital tips to direct you to find the correct remedy. He emphasizes the principles as Hahnemann wrote them in the "Organon of Medicine."

He has advocated these two points:

a) A true homoeopath treats the 'miasm' or cause of the disease and not the primary or secondary symptoms of miasm (Aphorism 205).

b) lt is the state of disposition of the patient that chiefly determines the selection of the homoeopathic remedy (Aphorism 211).


Dr Prafull dedicates this book to both Hahnemann and his patients who have taught him to understand the 'Organon.' He gives many acknowledgements for getting this book written and published because it truly takes a village to create a book of this nature.

He says, "God bless everyone who practices right miasmatic homoeopathy with the compass of Hering's Law of Cure".


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How To Get Rid of Cockroaches | 

Don’t let cockroaches, insects, or spiders get the upper hand in your home. • Keep a can of WD-40 handy, and when you see a roach, spray a small amount directly on it for an instant kill. • To keep insects and spiders out of your home, spray WD-40 on windowsills and frames, screens, and door frames. Be careful not to inhale the fumes when you spray and do not do this at all if you have babies or small children at home.

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Replies to This Discussion

yuck oh my God .....
debby do u like 2 eat:D
I like dark chocolate [not milk chocolate] and I do not eat insects. As a matter of fact it is non-kosher to eat insects. There are strict laws to examine your leaf lettuce and every fruit, grain and vegetable before eating so you do not eat insects.
yeah i knew..
i love choclate...but not insects....
its not the right way to getting protien diet
mtalking about the insects.
Jeremy Sherr's provings seem to each yield an animal which each remedy is associated with. For example, the proving of Oncorynchus tsawytshca (pacific chanook salmon) showed an association with the wolf. In the case of Chocolate, there was an association made with the hedgehog, where parallels can be seen in the appearance (close-cropped, military hairstyle) and mannerisms (easy rejection of her newborns) of the sterotypical chocolate mother and the natural characteristics of this insect-loving mammal.

This association was not determined by any deductive logic, however, but rather came directly from the words of the provers; for instance:

"An image came to me where I found myself suckling young hairy babies, sometimes animals, especially hedgehogs ...."


"I feel like a Hedgehog--especially the cold and wet nose. Generally feel colder on back and warmer on front of body. Prickly feeling on the back of the neck."

Interestingly, in my native Vancouver, Canada, there is a chocolatier called Purdy's which has been crafting chocolate 'hedgehogs' since long before Jeremy's proving ... although I'm too much of a raw-health-food nut to know much about chocolate, I have the impression that this chocolate hedgehogs thing has become a popular knock-off by other companies, or at least is known outside the greater Vancouver area.

I'm not sure if this chocolate / hedgehog association has any other precedents, but it's fascinating to learn about situations like this, where an abstract relationship was presumably revealed to a sensitive individual well in advance of any proving. The same phenomenon can be seen in the naming of many of the metals, such as Titanium (whose homeopathic picture has a great deal of similarity with both the Titans of ancient Greek mythology [half-human, half-gods] and the Titanic [split in half on it's inaugural voyage!]), as well as throughout our materia medica in general.


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