The Treasure

Kent's Treasure has lived a memorable history. It is in fact Kent's personal copy of his repertory (2nd edition), in which he made valuable personal notes and corrections until his death The book was given to Pierre Schmidt by Frederika Gladwin. Then it was stolen and only recuperated in India through the efforts of Dr. Ahmed Currim.

The book had been cut to small pieces and its content was reconstructed with painstaking efforts by Dr. Currim. the "Synthesis Treasure Edition" now, for the first time, offers this information, at least that part that was added to the rubrics existing already in Synthesis 9.1. The complete information of the Treasure will be included in Synthesis 10.

This work includes:

  • 11.368 additions and corrections noted by Kent in his personal copies of different editions of his Repertory:
    • Handwritten additions and corrections to the 2nd edition of his Repertory (as copied by K. C. Mittal in his 6th American Edition) - abbreviation k1b1
    • Handwritten additions and corrections to the 2nd edition of his Repertory (as written by J. T. Kent and as verified by A. Currim on the original shredded paper) - abbreviation k1b2
    • Handwritten additions and corrections to the 1st edition of his Repertory (as noted by A. Currim) - abbreviation k1a1
  • 333 handwritten additions as noted by Kent in his copy of Hering's "Guiding Symptoms" - abbreviation k9