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View Poll Results: Was someone feeding Diana false information
Yes, after the Morton book the RF was testing whether she was collaborating with the press 3 7.32%
Yes, during the divorce proceedings the RF wanted to make her appear unstable and weaken her position 5 12.20%
Yes, during her marriage someone other than the RF wanted to hurt Diana by planting false stories with her 6 14.63%
No, I don't believe anyone was trying to plant false information with Diana 19 46.34%
Other (please explain your reasons0 8 19.51%
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Old 01-27-2008, 09:34 AM
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A belief in Homeopathy is far removed from a belief in psychics and fortune-tellers.
I think a lot of doctors and medical societies here and in Britain would disagree. They think the homeopathic movement is quite harmful and endangers people's lives. In fact Charles' support of the homeopathic movement got him probably the most virulent criticism in the past year that he's gotten for quite a long while. But the Queen and the Queen Mother had been seeking out homeopathic remedies for years.

But I do think there is somehting to Charlotte's point although I don't think they introduced Diana to psychics to keep Diana controlled. I hadn't realized Andrew and Sarah had introduced Diana to the psychics. But I do think they may have introduced her to the psychics because they thought it was harmless and may do her some good. They had already suggested therapists and Diana had gone for a brief time but she didn't keep it up. The royals may have seen the psychics as an acceptable alternative if Diana wouldn't keep up the therapy.

I don't think the Royal Family would have fed false information through psychics though. I think if they had wanted to feed her false information to test if she was leaking stuff to the press, they would have fed the false information through her security guard who she would have trusted. I still think it would be very foolhardy for the royal family through the detectives to give her a story that Charles was going to marry Tiggy or that Charles was planning to kill her.
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Old 01-27-2008, 12:41 PM
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I think a lot of doctors and medical societies here and in Britain would disagree. They think the homeopathic movement is quite harmful and endangers people's lives. In fact Charles' support of the homeopathic movement got him probably the most virulent criticism in the past year that he's gotten for quite a long while. But the Queen and the Queen Mother had been seeking out homeopathic remedies for years.
I am a great believer in homeopathic remedies and would swear that in many cases, my friends and I were better off with such treatments than most doctors would offer. I have to say that the practise in Scotland and the private practise I attend in London, all suggest the use of Manuka Honey, which is of course a homeopathic remedy, not one has suggested the use of a psychic. Although I had my tarot read once, I would try to dissuade anyone against seeking help from a psychic.

So I don't think a trust in homeopathy equals a belief in psychics or fortune tellers.
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