A Story of Hope & Love — An Answer to Malaria, Aids & Trauma in Africa | Film Screening

On January 12, 2023, the World Council for Health hosted an online screening of the film A Story of Hope & Love — An Answer to Malaria, Aids & Trauma in Africa.

Hosts Shabnam Palesa Mohamed and Christof Plothe were joined afterward by Israeli documentary filmmaker Yael Lev and Harry van der Zee for a Q&A to discuss the film.

A Story of Hope & Love follows Yael as he travels to Africa to report on the revolutionary new way of treating HIV/AIDS, preventing malaria, and relieving trauma.

Harry van der Zee is the chairman of Amma Resonance Healing Foundation (ARHF). He was born in the Netherlands in 1953 and is a doctor who has practised homeopathy since 1987. He’s also an international teacher, presenting countless seminars in many European countries as well as the USA, Canada, India, Africa and Japan.

The Malawi Project is one of many that have been set up and are continually supported by the Amma Resonance Healing Foundation. Founded in 2007, ARHF promotes the development of healing through resonance. They’ve trained and supplied many African volunteers, who together will reach close to 1 million people this year.

For prevention and treatment, they use so-called PC Remedies or Source Resonances. Condition specific remedies based on homeopathic principles. Malaria prevention is one of the main goals, alongside the treatment of AIDS, war trauma etc.

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  1. Thank you so much for this wonderful movie! And thank you to all the participants and the moviemakers! It made me smile from inside out, my whole body is smiling now, every cell. The spirit of these remedies was seeding from or through Harry into the bottles and then passes on from person to person and even through the screen of my computer.
    It is so inspiring and giving hope! Really healing to watch this. Raises hope that we can even find remedies for the jab injured. And let go of at least some of our intellectual arrogance 😉

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    WCH this is frightening.
    Love and Hope is beautiful and so are the African people. The beautiful people.
    Alcohol and water plus HOPE.
    Placebo effect is real and film maker make us believe what they want.
    What it appears to be is beautiful but in reality alcohol and water will not cure. My heart breaks for the people. I’m under impression the African people are getting Ivermectin and Hydroxychloroquine freely and are doing well. Sadly we know the push of Covid shots and thankfully Africa for most part said no and due to these very important drugs are doing well. This film on alcohol and water drops mixed with faith and hope is a big stretch to say the least. In reality AIDs, Malaria are deadly and all we see is a hour film. I’m sorry, am not with this so called program. Quite shocked WCH is giving it voice. So sad.

  3. The introduction was like a computer or AI was reading. Reading from a script in one tone on Zoom or speaking from the Heart is very different. If you use the same rhythm and speed as in the Video, it will have been so much better. We all know you guys have a good heart. Use it, especially in front of a Story of Hope & Love <3