George W. Carey

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George W. Carey
George W. Carey - frontis.jpg
As pictured in "The Wonders of the Human Body" (1918)
Born 7 September 1845(1845-09-07)
Lee County, Illinois
Died 17 October 1924 (79) [1]
San Diego, California
Affiliations Biochemic Association of the World; College of Biochemistry; Chemistry of Life Co.

George Washington Carey (September 7, 1845 - October 17, 1924) was an American researcher and lecturer, noted for his development and proponency of Biochemistry (or the Biochemic System), a theory of human physiology and disease based on "tissue salts" (or "cell-salts"), as proposed by W. H. Schuessler, to which Carey introduced astrological and occult science concepts.

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In addition to authoring books on his Biochemistry, Carey contributed articles to various magazines, including Alexander J. McIvor-Tyndall's Swastika Magazine.

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References

  1. Find A Grave, database and images (https://www.findagrave.com : accessed 24 September 2018), memorial page for George Washington Carey (7 Sep 1845–17 Oct 1924), Find A Grave Memorial no. 79599846