Roger van Zandvoort, a mastermind Homeopath, an author, a naturalist, teacher and a relentless researcher.
The words “collect”, “organize”, “nature”, “complete”, have been part of his character since he was very young. When he was 14 years old, he slept with open windows through the Dutch winter, with the hope that his collection of more than 100 Cacti could have the ideal dry and cold temperature so they would bloom in Spring.

In 1982 he started work on organization and additions to Kent’s Repertory. From these restless efforts rose a database called the Complete Repertory. For more than two decades, Roger still works full-time on this project, busy including the classic works from Germany and the United States that have never been used, like Noak and Trinks, Possart, the provings from the German magazines, the articles in the old American journals and, the most important, the handwritten additions that Bönninghausen made in his last two repertories.

In my humble opinion, among many of his amazing skills, Roger van Zandvoort, is a “careful observer”, which is one of the greatest qualities for a Homeopath.
Salutations for all his dedication,