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                        Mozart's Death
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                      by David E. Morton
 
                       September, 2014 
                     Updated December, 2015   
 
 
 
                          Synopsis
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          What TREATMENTS did Mozart die of??
          What FACTORS did Mozart die of??
 
 
          "This is not a "mystery". 
          It's as plain as day, and has been somewhat avoided for 
          over 200 years. 
          Dr. Closset killed Mozart. He did it by accident (unless  
          he had some kind of personal grudge against Mozart)." 
 
   
          Mozart was killed by his Doctors, possibly also by
          his student and friend Prince Lichnowsky, and partly 
          by his Illness and other causes.
 
          There were up to 6 Causes of Mozart's death, and the
          Doctors were the Primary cause. 
          The Doctors were the best Quacks in Vienna, even though
          they were famous and supposedly the best. 
 
          Mozart's attending physician, Dr. Closset, needs to take
          most of the blame in the group of Doctors evaluating
          the patient and the proper treatment. 
 
          Mozart was not murdered or intentionally poisoned, but
          he was killed. Had it not been for the blood-letting and
          Emetics given by his Doctors, and Lichnowsky's Lawsuit, 
          he might have survived.  
 
          (One Mozart researcher described Lichnowsky's lawsuit as
          "an aggressively hostile act". I agree. It was a real 
          Draconian, Punch-in-the-Gut Lawsuit, which was honored by 
          the Court in a Judgment, sending Mozart a Reminder Notice 
          (apparently for action required by Mozart), just 3 weeks 
          before he died, with the original Notice presumably sent 
          sometime earlier.  
          In my opinion, there can be little doubt that the Lawsuit 
          and the corresponding Court Judgment had a strong, negative 
          effect on Mozart's health, when he was already feeling sick, 
          a week before he took to his bed, and was probably one of 
          the things that contributed to his death. 
          Thanks to Michael Lorenz for clarifying and correcting certain 
          aspects of this Reminder Notice from the Court, which was 
          discovered in 1990, unknown to Mozart researchers and authors
          for 200 years.)  
 
          His disease might have come from an Austrian Army camp 
          setup to fight off the muslum Turks, disease brought 
          back to Vienna by the Austrian soldiers - disease which 
          attacked many Austrian soldiers and Viennese civilians 
          with the same symptoms as Mozart's, causing many deaths. 
 
          "Acute Rheumatic Fever", theorized by some Doctors, 
          doesn't match Mozart's symptoms perfectly, and it has a 
          low mortality rate. 
          He probably had something else - perhaps a different
          form of Rheumatic Fever, or a different Strep disease,
          or MULTIPLE diseases. Rheumatic Fever PLUS another Strep
          disease PLUS something else. But his illness didn't kill him:
          The Doctors did. 
 
          Determining what disease, or diseases, or conditions
          Mozart had can be extremely complicated due to the many
          possible symptoms, possible overlapping symptoms, disease
          progression, epidemiology, and health history. 
 
          However, none of these factors were the primary cause of
          Mozart's death, in my opinion. 
          He didn't slowly die from some medical problem. 
          In fact, he was cheerful and talking before the Doctor 
          arrived. 
 
          While these illness factors, and others, might have killed 
          Mozart eventually, it is apparent that the Doctors killed 
          their patient with their barbaric treatments, delivering the 
          fatal blow at his home the night Mozart died, in a 2-hour,
          accidental execution. 
 
          The war with the muslums also killed Mozart. 
          No war, no Army camps, no disease, no Doctors.  See below. 
 
 
 
          INITIAL-CAUSE/PRIMARY: Probably disease brought back from 
              Army camps from fighting the muslum Turks in yet another 
              war - one of many. 
              This can be rated as a Primary cause, along with 
              "The Doctors", due to all the ensuing complications 
              and issues. 
          PRIMARY:   The Doctors.
          SECONDARY: The Disease or Diseases.
             (This was probably a result of the war with the muslums, 
             and therefore the muslum problem could be ranked as a 
             Primary cause, ahead of "The Doctors". No war, no disease.)   
          SECONDARY: Lichnowsky. 
          SECONDARY: Fatigue, overwork. 
          SECONDARY: Bad weather. 
          SECONDARY: Loneliness. 
          SECONDARY: Leopold Mozart (father) who refused to babysit 
                     Mozart's child for a few months so that he and
                     Constance could travel to England, and explore
                     Job opportunities. 
                     A Job in England would have spared Wolfgang the
                     disease in Vienna that led to his death.   
          SECONDARY: Possibly seeing Death as an ESCAPE from all his
             misery - blood-letting, vomiting, swelling, pain, the smell, 
             his inability even to turn over in bed, the burden on his 
             wife, etc, and willingly slipping beneath the waves, no 
             longer fighting it. 
             This MIGHT have been his attitude later that night, rather 
             than earlier that afternoon when he was feeling better. 
             It's just a Possibility to be considered. 
 
 
 
          Without the visits from the "Doctor", and his House of Horrors,
          draining Mozart's life away, day after day, and giving him 
          industrial waste to make him throw up violently, at unpredictable
          moments, instead of helping him, Mozart might have lived.
 
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         "Pathological Parasites" - a Term used by the US Government
            to Describe the muslum barbarians in the 1780's, as the
              muslums Attacked American and European Shipping in the
              Mediterranean and Atlantic Oceans, 
              Enslaving the Crews and Passengers, 
              and usually demanding the payment of Ransoms. 
 
                           Muslum: sic.      
                           Muslumism: sic. 
 
 
              War Notes - Muslums/Mediterranean/Austria/Vienna 
                846, 950, 1485, 1529, 1683, 1787, 1802, etc. 
        (Click on the Link to read more about the many wars with the 
        Pathological Parasites - before, during, and after Mozart's era.) 
 
      These are the dates of some of the wars and battles with the 
      muslum barbarians involving Austria, Vienna, Ireland, Russia, 
      the USA, etc, which have continued for over 1,000 years, killing
      hundreds of thousands of civilized people, including Mozart.
      IE, 846 AD, 950 AD, 1485 AD, 1529 AD, etc, etc, etc, etc, etc. 
 
      War after war, battle after battle, siege after siege,
      attack after attack, Lie after Lie, killing after killing, 
      beheading after beheading, slaughter after slaughter, all by 
      the muslum barbarians, insanely jealous of successful, intelligent, 
      non-muslums.   
 
      Although the Doctors killed Mozart (by accident), it was the
      latest war with the barbarians and the diseases brought back
      to Vienna from the Austrian Army camps that put Mozart in bed
      with illness in the first place. 
 
      The diseases even killed (or helped to kill) Emperor Joseph II,
      who had gone off to fight the muslum barbarians with the Austrian 
      Army, in order to assist Russia, an Ally, and died of disease 
      (and other factors) after returning to Vienna.  
      This was the Austro-Turkish War of 1787-1791, and the Russo-Turkish
      War of 1787-1792, the latter caused by a muslum attack on Russia,
      and the former caused by rendering aid to an Ally. 
      Half the Austrian Army was sick, and thousands of soldiers died,
      according to Volkmar Braunbehrens.    
 
      Thus, the initial cause of Mozart's death was the muslum barbarians.
      Mozart, along with many other citizens of Austria and Vienna, 
      caught one or more of the diseases circulating in Vienna, after
      the latest war with the muslums. 
 
     It is therefore correct to say: 
          "The muslum barbarians killed Mozart."   
          ...as well as: 
          "The Doctors killed Mozart."
     Both are true, both are PRIMARY causes, and
     both are provable.   
  
      Note that muslumism is NOT a religion. 
      It's a GANG for wild, uncontrollable, savage, murdering animals. 
      It gives them the excuse of "Religion" to practice their savagery. 
      "Religion" is their Cover Story. 
      They shout muslimism "religious" phrases (Gang Code phrases) just before 
      they massacre thousands of non-muslums, implying that God told them
      to do it - that they're on a "Mission from God", always cloaking 
      themselves in religion to hide their true identity of Savages. 
      Calling them muslum Barbarian Gang Animals would be accurate.  
      And they killed Mozart.
      They killed Mozart by attacking Russia, and causing Austria to come
      to Russia's aid, with disease spread throughout the Army camps, and  
      spread to Vienna by the returning soldiers - killing many people in
      Vienna including Mozart.   
      And they're probably PROUD of it!! After all, he was a non-muslum AND
      a musician who wrote and played music [Oh horrors!!] and didn't face
      the muslum Mecca slum and bow and scrape 50,000 times per day for help 
      in tying his shoes. 
      (They assume that everyone is as stupid, incompetent, and needy 
      as they are).   
 
      They will publicly claim that Mozart's death was tragic, but privately
      celebrate the death of a non-muslum musician, and congratulate each
      other. It's what they do. Their Gang Code tells them to.
      To kill, to Lie, to destroy, to Lie some more, to kill some more, 
      to report on children flying kites (taunting Heaven), 
      to wipe music off the face of the Earth (at least some of them), etc.  
      The reason they like to decapitate non-muslums is probably to get rid 
      of the competition - the superior brains of non-muslums.   
      You think I'm kidding?? I'm not. 
 
      For example, they decapitated (and burned alive) 30,000 residents
      of the Austrian town of Perchtholdsdorf, located next to Vienna.
      The citizens of that town had done absolutely nothing to deserve it,
      and was just one of many such attack by the muslums. 
      But the muslum Gang Code demands that non-muslums be killed - usually
      by decapitation. (I wonder if some of the muslum insects chewed off
      the heads of the Austrians - like the Preying Mantis does.)          
 
      Considering their savagery, Emperor Joseph II probably did the right 
      thing in assisting Russia in repelling an attack by the barbarians.
      And he apparently was duty-bound to assist Russia, due to their 
      alliance.
      But it cost Mozart his life.    
  
      If there had been no war with the barbarians, there would have been
      no killing diseases circulating in the country, emanating from the
      Army camps, no circulating serious diseases caught by Mozart, 
      no Doctors involved in treating Mozart, no blood-letting, no emetics, 
      and no death of Mozart in 1791.    
   
 

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     Another War with the muslums (sic) - 
        the "Pathological Parasites"
            and Decapitators.
      Russia was attacked, and assisted 
      by Austria in defending against
      the muslum invaders.   
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       Disease from Army War Camps
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    A 2-Week Draining of Mozart's Life 
    by Draining Huge Amounts of Blood 
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   2 Weeks of Industrial Waste (Antimony)  
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      A 2-Hour Accidental Execution  
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            Death by Doctor 
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  Some Doctors Have Blamed Mozart's Doctors
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         Death by Sadistic Father 
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   Possibility: Death Desired as an Escape 
   from Misery, adding to the causes of 
   Death      
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      This is a depressing subject, and the main point 
      of the topics in this paper is to point out the 
      PRIMARY CAUSE of Mozart's death, and the various 
      Secondary Causes, most of which appear to be
      ignored and marginalized, or re-prioritized by 
      some of the mainstream sources, when the answer 
      to the PRIMARY CAUSE is hiding in plain sight 
      like an elephant in the room, if you read what 
      the Doctors did. 
 
                                                     
      Mozart's illness put him in bed, and possibly  
      almost killed him, but the Vampire Doctors     
      made him worse with blood-letting and emetics  
      (Antimony - which makes you vomit), then       
      finished him off.                              
                                                     
 
 
      And jerks like Lichnowsky sapped his strength,
      his vitality, his self-confidence, his belief in 
      the fundamental goodness of people (perhaps), and
      his will to live, stabbed in the back by a former 
      "friend" who apparently lied to him and turned on 
      him. Since Lichnowsky's wife despised him, I think
      we can grant that this scenario has some merit.  
 
      And since some of the Doctors in Mozart's era were
      basically just quack butchers, with no understanding
      of Science, health, disease, logic, germs, human 
      physiology, clean water, sanitation, hand washing 
      before surgery and childbirth, etc, doing exactly 
      the WRONG THING for Mozart, I think it's fair to
      place "X" amount of blame where it belongs: With
      the Doctors. I have done so. 
 
      The rest of the blame for Mozart's death (bad luck,
      an Epidemic in Vienna, Lichnowsky, a possible 
      self re-infection (which Rheumatic Fever can do), 
      etc, etc) are placed in their proper 
      "SECONDARY CAUSES" slots, as best as I can determine. 
      (Lichnowsky's poison-spear, bulldozer lawsuit was 
      probably also a MAJOR FACTOR in Mozart's death.)  
 
      No Percentages of Cause of Death are used because
      they're mostly impossible to compute, and because
      2 of them would each hover around 100 percent.
 
      Two Primary causes of Mozart's death: 
 
      1. The war with the muslums and its attendant
         disease, brought home to Vienna. 
         Without disease, the Doctors wouldn't have
         been involved.  
         Without the war, there would have been no 
         fatal diseases from the Army Camps circulating
         in Austria and Vienna. 
         Without the muslums, there would have been no 
         "muslum war".   
 
      2. The Doctors with their blood-letting and
         emetics to cause vomiting, draining the life
         from Mozart. 
         (And who knows what OTHER effects the Antimony 
         emetics may have had on Mozart. It probably made
         him even sicker.
         I don't imagine Antimony is good for you.
         It's not a required element for life, like Calcium,
         Magnesium, Potassium, Copper, etc, and the body
         tries to expel it - violently.) 
  
      Mozart beat Rheumatic Fever 2 or 3 times in his
      youth without blood-letting and emetics from the
      Quacks. And his 1791 disease may have been Rheumatic
      Fever, again, based on his symptoms, which were
      similar to Rheumatic Fever symptoms (although he
      might have had something else).  
 
      Without treatment from the Quack Doctors, Mozart 
      MIGHT have lived. We'll never know. 
 
      Without Lichnowsky's perverse, Draconian, punch in
      the gut, stab in the back lawsuit (and without the 
      Quacks involved), Mozart might have had enough 
      strength to fight off his disease, and MIGHT 
      have lived. We'll never know. 
 
 
      Another part of the blame can be placed on the
      muslum Turks, and their repeated attacks on Vienna
      (since the 800's or earlier!!), with thousands of 
      Viennese  men forced to go off to war to fight the 
      invaders, again, and often dying of disease on the 
      battlefield, or bringing it back home with them. 
 
      Even Emperor Joseph II had to battle the attacking
      muslums, and DIED of some disease after returning
      to Vienna, having fallen ill on the battlefield. 
      It was undoubtedly disease from the Army camps or 
      the battlefield that killed him.   
 
      Disease in Army camps can spread like wildfire,
      and the Turkish muslums are responsible for many
      thousands of deaths - in the Army camps, and back
      in Vienna, due to the necessity of fighting off
      the barbarians.  
 
      The war against the muslums during Mozart's last 
      years - 1787-1791: 
      * Depleted Austria's treasury. 
      * Ravaged the music scene in Vienna. 
      * Caused skyrocketing prices for food. 
      * Bakeries were raided for bread for the first time 
        in history.
      * Forced the aristocrats to go off and fight the 
        invading barbarians. 
      * Caused many Aristocrats to leave Vienna so they 
        wouldn't be drafted into the Army. 
      * Made half the Austrian Army sick, and cause thousands
        of deaths from disease.   
      * Probably brought back the very disease which 
        caused an epidemic in Vienna, sickening and killing
        thousands of Viennese, and sickened and killed Mozart. 
 
      For example, the so-called "Spanish Flu" which
      killed millions of people around the world 
      (including the USA), didn't come from Spain. 
      That name is a bizarre misnomer, and Spain wasn't
      even involved in WW1. Somebody is playing fast and 
      loose with the terminology.  
      It came from an ***ARMY CAMP IN KANSAS***, during 
      World War I, where thousands of soldiers were
      encamped for military training, in very close 
      quarters, residing in multi-man tents, breathing, 
      coughing, and sneezing on each other - or near each other. 
      The Flu germs mutated rapidly, turning into deadlier 
      H1N1 Flu germs, spread rapidly, then were spread across 
      the USA to Europe and around the world as the Army 
      soldiers moved to fight in WWI in 1918. 
 
      It's surprising that the Propaganda Bozos didn't call
      it "The Martian Flu" or "The Antarctic Flu" or 
      "The Flu Fairy Flu", created by the Tooth Fairy's sister.  
 
      It was ALREADY killing people in the USA, long 
      before any soldiers returned from Europe. 
      And that's because the so-called "Spanish Flu" 
      was actually:  
      ***THE KANSAS ARMY CAMP FLU***.  
 
      Without the crowded conditions of the Army camps,
      and the mass transportation of infected soldiers,
      the 1918 Flu would not have been nearly as severe
      in terms of the number of people who died, and
      probably not in terms of the morbidity. 
 
      (Some of that also happened during WW2, with up to 
      10% of the US Army recruits contracting Rheumatic
      Fever in ARMY CAMPS in the USA.
      If one person gets sick, over time, MANY people get 
      sick - in crowded conditions such as Army camps.
      In the case of the 1918 Flu, the germ also MUTATED, 
      as Flu germs always do, and became more lethal - 
      especially to weak, undernourished, unhealthy people,
      and old people and Grossly Obese people.)  
 
      Mozart's illness and death may have had the same 
      genesis:
      An Army camp in Austria/Turkey/Russia, related to
      the latest war with the muslums.
      Disease from the Army camps killed Austrian soldiers, 
      it killed Austrian civilians, it killed General von Laudon
      who was commanding Austrian troops on the battlefield, 
      and it even killed the Emperor (Joseph II) who was also 
      commanding Austrian troops on the battlefield.
      Sickness - not bombs and bullets.  
      Both men died after returning to Austria after the war.   
 
      The Doctors wouldn't have been involved if Mozart
      hadn't been sick with something very serious. 
      I don't know for certain where it came from, but an 
      Army camp is by far the most likely. 
      An Epidemiologist could analyze the situation and
      make an educated guess or possibly even a 
      determination.   
 
 
 
      More information on all of the above is located
      in the main body of this document - immediately 
      below, as well as further in the document. 
 
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      The Doctors killed Mozart by accident, incompetence, 
      and malpractice, using barbaric treatments fit for a 
      Horror Movie or a Torture Chamber (blood letting and 
      vomiting).  
 
      His disease (or diseases) helped do the job.  
 
      The slippery Lichnowsky may have helped kill Mozart, 
      as well, with his lawsuit and its crushing court 
      judgement, with a Reminder Notice sent just 3 weeks 
      before Mozart died. 
 
      Overwork and fatigue were also factors. 
 
 
      Mozart's sadistic father was also a factor, refusing to
      babysit Mozart's children for a few months.
      This is the same father who stole all of the gifts that
      Mozart had been given as a child prodigy by the Nobility.  
 
      Mozart's belief that he had been poisoned was
      also a factor.
 
      Mozart's belief that he was writing the Requiem
      for himself (having been poisoned) was also a 
      factor. (It turned out that he WAS writing it  
      for himself, just as he said, and first partially
      performed on Dec 10, 1791. 
      Mozart was right on target, as usual.) 
 
      Mozart's work on the Requiem - a sad piece about
      death - was also a factor.   
 
      The unusual, atrocious weather for much of October 
      and November, with its endless rain, sleet, snow, 
      and high winds, may also have been a factor - 
      physically, emotionally, and socially.  
 
      (Mozart was not a "Loner". He needed companionship - 
      especially from his wife. But the terrible weather
      may have kept him indoors more than usual, depriving
      him of his usual level of social interaction, and
      making him depressed and more vulnerable to catching
      any diseases.)
 
      Loneliness earlier in the Summer, with his wife away
      at Baden, may have weakened his immune system and made 
      him more susceptible to catching a disease - and we 
      know that there was an epidemic of some kind making the 
      rounds in Vienna. 
 
      (Too bad that Nancy Storace wasn't around. She could
      have perked him up!!)  
 
      The disease itself probably came from an Army camp involved
      in fighting the muslum Turks. Emperor Joseph II himself died
      of disease on February 20th, 1790 (and of a broken heart, 
      after 2 tragic marriages, strong resistance to his reforms,
      and no friends) after returning from the battlefield, and 
      many men probably brought disease to Vienna from the those 
      camps.  
 
 
 
      Some Events from 1791 - Illness and Others
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      Summer  - Mozart works on The Magic Flute and possibly the Requiem.
                Part of this time, Constance is in Baden to treat
                her varicose veins. Mozart writes that he is very lonely
                without her - similar to his situation in 1785 when
                his friend Nancy Storace temporarily lost her voice.  
 
      Aug/Sep - Overwork, fatigue, and illness. 
                Prague: "La Clemenza di Tito" (K.621) and other festivities. 
                Performed Sep 6th. 
                Received the commission at the last minute, with little
                time available to compose.       
                A political opera for royal politicians - not for the 
                sophisticated music connoisseurs of Prague, but a 
                clarinet showpiece for Anton Stadler - a man said by 
                Sophie Haibel to be a false friend, a secret bloodsucker, 
                and a worthless person (he owed Mozart 500 gulden - quite
                a sum - $25,000 in 2000 A.D. dollars) - and never repaid it. 
                Stadler later lost or pawned the autograph copy of the 
                Clarinet Concerto, K.622 .
                Sophie was right.)   
 
      Sep 30 - Mozart completes The Magic Flute on Sep 28, and conducts
               the premiere on Sep 30.     
               Overwork, fatigue, and illness. 
 
      Oct    - Often feeling unwell. Believes he's been poisoned.     
 
   Oct 16-Nov 15 - Weather:
               Most of this 4-week period in October and November 
               in Vienna was filled with atrocious weather - 
                   Cold temps, 
                   High winds, 
                   Pouring rain, 
                   Sleet, 
                   Snow, 
                   More snow, 
               with only 2 warm days. 
               Mild weather followed. 
               It was probably on one of the 2 warm days that Constance
               took Mozart for a ride in the Prater, to boost his spirits. 
 
   Nov xx/14 - Lichnowsky and the Court: 
               The I & R Court Chamber attaches Mozart's possessions 
               and half his salary to pay off a debt to Prince Lichnowsky,
               for a lawsuit filed by him - a fellow Mason, former piano 
               student, friend, and aristocrat - an aggressively hostile
               act done for reasons unknown.  
               Court document discovered (or first publicized) in 1990. 
 
               Per Michael Lorenz: The Date of the notice was Nov 14, 
               and it was a Reminder notice, not the first notice. 
 
               Therefore, the FIRST notice from the Court must have
               arrived some time prior to Nov 14th.  
               Possibly for a loan, but not for a gambling debt since 
               gambling was illegal in Vienna and Salzburg, and collecting 
               those debts was legally unenforceable. 
               Therefore, he would not have received a notice from the
               Court regarding a gambling debt.   
               This Reminder Notice was dated about 3 weeks before Mozart died. 
               If Mozart had any gambling debts, they could not be 
               collected through court action, and there is no evidence
               that he had any gambling debts.   
               There was a State Lottery which was a form of legal gambling.
 
               Note: Also, the word "Casino" in Mozart's time did not mean 
               a place of gambling. They were places of social gatherings
               and events. 
               So, trips to Casinos by Mozart and others were not for gambling 
               purposes. Gambling was illegal.  
               Mozart's visits to Vienna's Casinos would have been for purposes
               of social gatherings and events.    
  
 
      Nov 15 - Mozart completes K.623 - "Laut verkunde Unsre Freude"
               - Masonic Cantata.  
 
      Nov 17/18 - Mozart conducts a performance of K.623 at his Lodge.  
               Feels better, and obsessing over dying is temporarily 
               banished. But the piece is about 14 minutes long. If
               Mozart was weak or sick, it would have been quite a 
               workout to rehearse and conduct this piece.   
 
      Nov xx - K.622, the Clarinet Concerto, may have been performed 
               in Vienna. 
               (It was performed in Prague, earlier, by Anton Stadler.)     
 
      Nov 20 - Bed:
               Mozart takes to his bed due to illness.  
               Contradicted by Max Stadler, a close friend of Mozart's.
               In a letter to the publisher Andre in 1826, Stadler 
               stated that Mozart was bedridden for only 2 or 3 days 
               before he died. 
               Not known if this is true or false.     
 
      Dec 1  - **Date approximate.  
               Mozart is appointed to the post of Assistant Music 
               Director at St. Stephens Cathedral by the Emperor, at 
               Mozart's request, next in line for the top position,
               presumably that of Music Director (Kapellmeister??). 
               The actual title of Mozart's appointment was "k.k. Kammermusikus".
               Annual salary: 800 Gulden (a modest salary).  
               (This was either his new appointment or his future 
               appointment, with his new appointment being an unpaid
               position. In any case, Mozart did not live long enough
               to actively fill any position at St. Stephens - paid or
               unpaid.
               Had he lived years longer, and remained in Vienna, I'm 
               confident that he could have easily been appointed to
               the top Music position at St. Stephens.
               Mozart was not in line to fill Gluck's music position at
               St. Stephens, as Gluck held an honorary position, and
               received an annual salary of 2,000 Gulden per year.
               Mozart got what he wanted, but was unable to profit 
               from it.)     
 
      Dec 4  - Sunday afternoon: Doing all right.   
               Singing some of the Requiem with friends from his bed.    
               (This is disputed, but Mozart had good and bad days.
               His illness was not a constant value of strength or
               weakness. And if Mozart had Rheumatic Fever, the 
               intensity of the disease varies.
               So the report may easily be true.)       
 
      Dec 4  - Sunday night: Weak and sick.    
               Doctor Closset is notified (at the opera) that Mozart 
                  is not doing well, and is needed.  
                  (Opera house: The Burgtheater. The Magic Flute was NOT
                   being performed there.)    
               Doctor arrives as requested (possibly around 11:00 PM,
                  after the opera) and stays for 2 hours. Why 2 hours? 
               Doctor: Cold compresses applied to Mozart's forehead 
                  per Doctor's orders.
               Doctor: Blood-letting (Phlebotomy/Venesection)??   
                  Yes. Per Sophie Haibel. 
                  Mozart apparently became weaker. 
               Doctor: Emetic solution??  
                  Probable, since Mozart is said to have vomited, 
                  per Constance. That's what the emetic solution 
                  does: It makes you vomit. That's the whole point.    
                  Therefore, the report that the Doctor ordered cold
                  compresses applied to Mozart's forehead appears to be
                  lacking additional details: Apparently, some emetic
                  solution was ALSO given to Mozart since he vomited,
                  and Sophie Haibl reported a blood-letting.  
                  Was that a "1-2 Punch" that killed Mozart??
                  Phlebotomy plus Emetics (with the Cold Compresses
                  also degrading his health)?? 
                  ALL of the treatments by the Doctor made Mozart sicker
                  and weaker. 
                  If you make a sick man sicker and weaker, he might die.       
 
      Dec 5  - Monday. 
               Sunday night had now become Monday morning. 
               Mozart died in the early hours of Monday morning,    
               December 5th, 1791, at 12:55 AM, 
               2 hours after the Doctor arrived. 
               Accidentally killed by Dr. Closset's "treatments",
               plus other factors. 
               The greatest tragedy in the history of music. 
 
 
 
      The main point of this paper is to point out the 
      PRIMARY CAUSE of Mozart's death, and the various 
      SECONDARY causes, most of which appear to be 
      ignored and marginalized, or re-prioritized by 
      some of the mainstream sources, when the answer 
      is hiding in plain sight like an elephant in the 
      room, if you read what the Doctors did. 
 
      Mozart's illness, overwork, fatigue, and possibly 
      Loneliness, put him in bed, but the Vampire Doctors
      made him weaker and sicker, then finished him off.
 
      And the slippery Lichnowsky sapped his strength, his
      vitality, his self-confidence, perhaps his belief 
      in the fundamental goodness of people, and his
      will to live, stabbed in the back by a former 
      "friend" who apparently lied to him and turned on 
      him with his huge Lawsuit. 
      Since Lichnowsky's wife despised him as if he 
      were some despicable sub-human, I think we can
      grant that this scenario has probable merit.
      Lichnowsky's lawsuit adds facts to the cloud of
      speculation about him, regardless of its reason.      
 
      And since some of the Doctors in Mozart's era were
      basically just quacks, with no understanding of
      Science, health, disease, logic, germs, human 
      physiology, clean water, sanitation, hand washing 
      before surgery and childbirth, etc, doing exactly 
      the WRONG THING for Mozart, I think it's fair to
      place "X" amount of blame where it belongs: With
      the Quacks -  The Ignorant "Doctors". I have done so. 
 
      Dr. Closset did everything wrong on that night and 
      prior to that night, with his "treatments" of 
      blood-letting and emetic solution, coming from the 
      school of venesection (phlebotomy/blood-letting) and 
      emetics (to produce vomiting), and prescribed cold
      compresses which probably did Mozart no good, interfering
      with Nature's Immune System to fight disease.   
      (Fever fights disease. A High Fever can be dangerous, 
      but a moderate Fever helps to "burn out" infection.
      If Mozart had a High Fever, the Cold Compresses were
      probably a good idea. But if the Fever was moderate, 
      they were probably a bad idea.)   
 
      It makes no difference if the Doctors in his medical
      team were FAMOUS, or the most respected Doctors in 
      all of Vienna. Actors are "famous". Are they good
      Doctors?? What matters is if they knew what they 
      were doing. They didn't have a clue.  
      Dr. Closset is famous, all right: He killed Mozart!!
 
      A friendly pet dog would have done more to help Mozart
      than these Bozos. 
 
      The rest of the blame for Mozart's death (bad luck,
      an Epidemic in Vienna, Lichnowsky, a possible 
      self re-infection (which Rheumatic Fever can do), 
      etc, etc) are placed in their proper slots as
      "SECONDARY CAUSES", as best as I can determine. 
      (Lichnowsky's poison-spear lawsuit was probably 
      a MAJOR FACTOR in Mozart's death.)  
 
      Mozart beat Rheumatic Fever 2 or 3 times in his
      youth without blood-letting and emetics from the
      Quacks. And his 1791 disease may have been Rheumatic
      Fever, again, based on his symptoms, which were 
      similar to Rheumatic Fever symptoms (although he
      might have had something else).  
 
      Without treatment from the Quacks, Mozart MIGHT
      have lived. We'll never know. 
 
      Without Lichnowsky's perverse, Draconian, punch in
      the gut, stab in the back lawsuit (and without the 
      Quacks involved), Mozart might have had enough 
      strength to fight off his disease, and MIGHT 
      have lived.  
 
      Another part of the blame can be placed on the
      muslum Turks, with thousands of Viennese men forced 
      to go off to war to fight the invaders, and often 
      dying of disease on the battlefield, or bringing it 
      back home with them.
 
      Vienna was protected with a thick wall around the 
      city (6 feet thick or MORE) to keep the barbarians 
      out, but the rest of Austria was vulnerable. 
      Kind of like the Maginot Line, or the Great Wall of
      China. But it only protected Vienna, and it didn't
      protect against disease brought back home to Vienna
      from the Front or the Army Camps.   
      The wall kept the barbarians out, but let disease in.   
      
      Even Emperor Joseph II had to battle the attacking
      muslums in his Army-leadership role, and ***DIED*** 
      of some disease after returning to Vienna. 
      The war against the barbarians killed the Emperor of
      Austria and royal benefactor of Mozart.  
 
      Disease in Army camps can spread like wildfire,
      and the Turkish muslums are responsible for many
      thousands of deaths - in the Army camps, and back
      in Vienna, due to the necessity of fighting them.  
 
      WW2 crowded Army camps in the USA even saw the spread 
      of Acute Rheumatic Fever in over 10 percent of the
      recruits, at their peak rates. 
      UP TO TEN PERCENT IN US ARMY CAMPS! 
      (Presumably, they were cured using modern methods not 
      available in Mozart's time.) 
      The very disease Mozart probably contracted, was 
      raging in the USA, in American Army camps, during the 
      early 1940's.  
 
      Thus, disease from an Army camp, setup to fight the
      muslum barbarians from Turkey, may have infected 
      Mozart, and led to his death, just as it did for 
      Emperor Joseph II and thousands of other Austrians -
      commoners and aristocrats. Despicable. 
 
 
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    Mozart's Death: 
 
    The Doctors killed Mozart by accident, stupidity, and 
    incompetence!!  
    They were basically Vampire Quacks!!  
    Their "Standard Treatment" was like pushing a patient 
    out of an airplane to cure his hiccups (fright makes 
    them stop).   
    His hiccups will be cured before he hits the ground.  
 
    Draining all the blood out of a patient reduces the 
    germs in any blood left in the patient, but it also
    stops all life. Draining out SOME blood can reduce 
    life, making the patient weaker. 
    Not exactly a brilliant idea. 
    
    Vomiting purges any stomach germs, plus food, water, etc, 
    and anything healthful.
    People need food and water to live, as well as "not vomiting". 
 
    Primary Cause of Death: Dr. Closset and colleagues draining 
    Mozart's blood, and giving him industrial waste to make
    him throw up (Antimony). 
    Lichnowsky may have helped. 
    Mozart's illness or illnesses helped.    
    He might have survived without the Doctors!!    
    He was not murdered, but he WAS killed by barbaric medical 
    treatment fit for a Medieval Torture Chamber or a Horror Movie.  
 
    We need to come face-to-face with the facts of Mozart's death, 
    rather than treating them as an after-thought, or an interesting 
    theory, or the history of Public Health in Vienna, or a 
    fascinating lesson in medical theories and treatments during 
    Mozart's era. 
 
    (Satire)
    "This Week's Fascinating Facts And Intriguing Theories: 
    The Vienna Department of Public Health has issued a new theory
    of what disease Mozart might have had, and how Mozart's lack
    of Vitamin D due to his weird, nocturnal working hours, made him 
    more vulnerable to infection, thus illustrating that his problems
    were all his own fault." (Cough).
 
    (Someone DID post an article similar to that on the web.)
 
    Yes, Mozart could have used some Vitamin D and it would have 
    helped keep him healthier. I agree. He would have needed to get
    some Sun during the Summer (the best source, producing D3), or 
    eaten some foods with Vitamin D2 during the Fall and Winter 
    (not as good, but better than nothing). 
    And who knows?? Maybe he did get some D2 through his food. But
    it's a poor substitute for D3 and warm Sunshine.
    But no one knew that, back then, and they didn't have D3 pills
    during that era. (Warm sunshine is still the best.)  
 
    But it's all just an attempt to shift the blame for Mozart's
    medical problems to Mozart himself, an attempt to make him look
    like some kind of inept fool, an attempt to make us look better 
    by making him look stupid and irresponsible.
 
    His medical problems were not his fault. 
    The eternal wars with the muslums were not his fault.
    The diseases brought back to Vienna by the Austrian Army were
    not his fault. 
    Any debts he owed to the slimy Lichnowsky were loans - not 
    gambling debts. 
    Casinos were not gambling halls in those days. 
    His history of illnesses as a child were not his fault. 
    His generosity was not his fault. 
    The "Dr. Kevorkian" training for the Quack Doctors was not 
    his fault. 
    Failing to cook pork thoroughly was not his fault. 
        (He might have also had Trichinosis). 
    Epidemics running through Vienna were not his fault. 
    Possible self-re-infection was not his fault (it happens). 
    His massive output of music was his fault.  
    The Clarinet Concerto was his fault.
    The Requiem was his fault. 
 
 
    We will now have 30 years of Silence while we listen to 
    the compositions of Mozart's critics.  
            
 
    Mozart DIED at age 35!! So let's get serious about this!!
 
    Can we sue Dr. Closset's estate for killing Mozart??  
 
    And it was all legal and "professional" and "approved"!!  
    (I am not a doctor, but I know how to read). 
 
    Note: 
    Some others before me have also blamed the doctors for Mozart's death,
    and alerted everyone to part of the problem. 
    I AGREE with them. Thank you.  
    Sophie Weber implied it with her comment about the cold compresses being
    applied to Mozart's forehead, after which Mozart passed out, and never
    woke up.   
       Chronology: 
       *  Mozart is doing well in the afternoon.  
       *  Mozart is doing poorly at night, but is alive.
       *  Doctor is summoned.
       *  Mozart dies 2 hours later. 
    How many times BEFORE that night was blood-letting performed??
    How many times BEFORE that night was vomiting induced?? 
    Were cold compresses a good idea??
    Was more blood-letting done that night??
    Were more emetics given that night (industrial waste)?? 
 
    The point is that "Death by Doctor" is rarely mentioned, and usually 
    only the cold compresses are mentioned - and mentioned without blame. 
    But isn't fever NECESSARY for the curing of disease (as long as it 
    doesn't rise too high)??
    Isn't fever normal and necessary??    
    Isn't fever part of Nature's way of curing an infection??
    Isn't blood one of the things we need to stay alive?? 
    Wouldn't a person die from blood drainage??  
    His disease was certainly a factor, but not the PRIMARY factor. 
    He might have died anyway, but he also might have LIVED.  
 
    The Freemasons:
    I don't think the Freemasons had anything to do with it. 
    A few people have speculated that the Masons killed Mozart because
    he revealed Masonic secrets in the opera "The Magic Flute". 
    What secrets??? Personally, I think that's hogwash. Schikaneder, 
    who wrote the script for The Magic Flute, and whose theater it was
    performed in, was also a Mason. Yet he was untouched. Mozart wrote
    the music - not the words. 
 
    Was it a crime that the Overture was written in E-flat - a key with
    3 flats?? 
    Could the non-Masons in the audience see 3 flats on the music from
    where they sat, and conclude that "3 flats must be some kind of
    big Masonic secret"??      
    Was it a crime that the Overture begins with 3 notes (sort of)?? 
    Does this mean that a half note, a rest, a sixteenth note, and another
    half note are a BIG SECRET??
    Who would catch it? Who would care?
    Would strangers start to appear at Masonic Lodges, knock 3 times, and
    be admitted, and be permitted to remain for the entire evening simply
    because they figured out that you have to knock 3 times on the door
    (or is it "5 times"?? There are 2 more chords after the first 3.)?? 
    Absurd. 
 
    This sounds more like partially revealing the secret password for a 
    kids' club ("Bubble Gum") by blowing bubbles in public (oh horrors!!),
    thus revealing the secret half-password of "Bubbles" which will lead
    the astute kid to figure out that the full password must be "Bubble Gum",
    or at least, one of dozens of possibilities, and that Billy was breaking
    the rules and giving password hints to other kids, than a group of adults, 
    serious about freedom of speech, the nobility of the individual, 
    virtue, etc. 
 
    What other "secrets" did Mozart and Schikaneder supposedly reveal,
    for which Mozart wrote the music but not the words?? 
    Nothing that a non-Mason can figure out. 
    Challenge: What Masonic secrets did Schikaneder reveal?
    Challenge: What Masonic secrets did Mozart reveal? 
    Challenge: How "secret" can these secrets be if almost anyone can join,
       including Mozart's father who joined and achieved the highest rank
       within weeks or months? Didn't the Masons themselves reveal these
       secrets to Wolfgang and Leopold Mozart?  
    Masonic revenge is completely ridiculous nonsense. 
 
 
                                                                  
 
    Furthermore, and more importantly, there's no evidence that   
    The Magic Flute was conceived as a MASONIC opera, with the    
    possible exception of a few passages in the libretto.         
    It's a classic "Fairy Tale" opera, which contains musical and 
    dramatic elements common to previous allegorical operas with  
    no Masonic content. The notion that it's a "Masonic opera" is 
    a 20th Century invention.                                     
       (David Buch / Michael Lorenz).                             
                                                                  
 
 
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    And it's possible that nothing useful will be accomplished by knowing
    the truth of Mozart's death (as I, and others before me, have figured
    out, and the others have written about, years ago).  
 
    But Mozart is our boy, and I think we all want to have the matter 
    settled, no matter what the truth is. 
    (Relax: There are no skeletons in the closet - just Dr. Closset in 
    the closet.) 
 
    Additionally, it should be noted that the mainstream media OFTEN lies
    about the circumstances or causes of death of famous people, important 
    people, or famous cases.  
    It happens all the time. 
    Apparently, they don't bother to read the Coroner's Reports and eyewitness
    reports, or decide to engage in a cover-up operation if they actually 
    read the available information. 
    This happens more often than you might think!! 
    And it happens so that some powerful politicians won't be sent to prison,
    and sometimes, so that large corporations won't have their criminal 
    operations exposed. 
 
    However, today we can try to determine what killed Mozart (as thousands
    of people have attempted to do before me), and shine a light on it from 
    a different angle, to see if anything unusual shows up. 
    The criminal politicians don't much care about such investigations, partly
    because they have never heard of Mozart, and partly because they don't
    feel threatened by a deceased, honest, caring, compassionate, brilliant 
    Austrian, who gave so much to the world, and died over 200 years ago. 
 
    Mozart was accidentally killed. 
    And the issue has apparently been avoided, side-stepped, and mostly
    ignored by the medical community for 200 years. 
 
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    How to legally kill a genius: Use the STANDARD and APPROVED medical
    treatments. 
    Do NOT use Common Sense!! Do NOT evaluate the patient's condition.  
    Do NOT heal the patient. Do NOT improve the patient's health. 
    Do NOT act as a healer. DO act as an Executioner. 
    DO drain the patient of life. 
    DO ***BLAME THE DISEASE*** for his death, not his treatment. 
 
    (Sad But True Story:
    By the way, I've heard of this kind of thing happening before,
    although they blamed God for the death. 
    An MD friend of mine related how a 12-year-old girl died from minor 
    surgery in the mid-1960's, due to an incompetent surgeon who messed 
    it up. My friend saw it with his own eyes. 
    This happened in Missouri - the Bible Belt. 
    The surgeon covered up his mistake and told the parents that it was 
    "God's will!! God's Will!!". 
    He told his Dad about it, who was also a doctor, and asked for advice. 
    His Dad said he should report it to the Hospital Chief. 
    My friend replied, "Dad, this ***WAS*** the Hospital Chief." 
    He left Missouri and the Bible Belt, and the lying, incompetent doctors
    as soon as he could.
    Incompetence is still alive and well, and patients are still being 
    accidentally killed over 200 years later. 
    Whether it's "God's Will!!" or a disease, or past diseases, it's
    supposedly always "someone else's fault", but in reality, it's 
    sometimes the doctor's fault or partly the doctor's fault.  
    It happened to that girl [the doctor blamed God], and it happened to 
    Mozart [the doctors blamed the disease and past diseases and injuries].
    In Mozart's case, there was also massive culpability on the part of 
    his medical team, and they were the primary cause of his death.) 
 
    The medical community has usually focused on what DISEASE killed

    Mozart. They should also have focused more on what TREATMENTS killed

    Mozart (if any), and other factors.

 
   The continual focus on what DISEASE or CONDITION 
   killed Mozart seems more like a DIVERSIONARY TACTIC 
   than a search for the truth.
   What killed Mozart?? 
 
    Of course, we need to know what disease or diseases Mozart had, what
    underlying conditions he had, what his medical history was, what
    epidemics might have been running through Vienna at the time, and
    so forth. It's necessary and legitimate. 
 
    But that search for medical evidence also turned up evidence that
    Mozart might have had Rheumatic Fever 2 or 3 times in his youth, and
    recovered every time. Yet he did NOT recover at age 35 from what was
    probably Rheumatic Fever or similar streptococcal infection, again. 
 
    What was different THIS time??? 
      Blood-letting?? 
      Emetics?? 
      Lichnowsky's lawsuit??
      The atrocious weather in the Fall??
      Mozart's earlier loneliness with Constance away??   
      Age?? 
      Bacterial strain of the disease?? 
      General health?? 
      Dirty needles?? 
      Accidental excessive blood drainage?? 
      Accidental overdose of emetics?? 
      Contaminated emetic solution??
      Not Rheumatic Fever?? 
      Additional simultaneous diseases??  
      Contaminated food or drink?? 
      Food or drink which made his health worse?? 
      Secretly eating or drinking something, unknown to others??
      A belief that he was being poisoned and was powerless to prevent it?? 
      A bird disease from his canary??  
      Bacteria or viruses in the walls or floors?? 
      Mold or mildew adding to the body's burden of infectious agents?? 
 
    Whatever the situation, he died 2 hours after being treated by 
    Dr. Closset - the attending physician. 
    I know what cause-and-effect looks like, and I can add 2 plus 2. 
    This is not a "mystery". 
    It's as plain as day, and has been somewhat avoided for over 200 years. 
    Closset killed Mozart. He did it by accident (unless he had some kind 
    of personal grudge against Mozart). 
 
    Dr. Closset was truly "Doctor Death" that night. 
    Other factors also contributed to Mozart's death. 
    If Dr. Closset had not "treated" Mozart that night, or ever again,
    Mozart might have lived.  
    If Dr. Closset had NEVER "treated" Mozart during his final illness, 
    or ever again, Mozart would have had a decent chance of surviving.  
 
 
    One other sad point (not related to the cause of death): If early 
    December was considered to be "Winter", Mozart was buried at
    ***NIGHT*** (after 6 PM) per royal decree - not during the daytime. 
    IE, it was dark.    
    Dumped into a cold grave at night, with no friends present, seems like 
    a particularly sad way to go for one of the world's greatest geniuses. 
 
    The Court decision regarding Lichnowsky's lawsuit may have been the 
    final straw, and Mozart might even have seen death as an escape from 
    his problems - an escape from debt, from shame, from serious illness, 
    from all the bloodletting, from the induced vomiting, from weakness, 
    from swelling, from the smell, probably from pain - from everything. 
    Death was a ticket to freedom. 
 
    However, it is POSSIBLE that Lichnowsky paid off Mozart's debts, and 
    simply wanted to formalize the loan (not a gift) with a lawsuit and 
    judgement from the Court, changing the meaning of the lawsuit and
    Judgement into "normal business", rather than a stab in the back,
    along the lines of what Bruce Cooper Clark has suggested as a possibility.   
    Mozart's debts, who might have paid off some of them, Mozart's frame
    of mind, etc, are clouded in some mystery. 
 
    But using a court judgement to formalize a debt obligation, a judgement 
    which even attached Mozart's property, seems like a heavy-handed, 
    ball-and-chain, Bulldozer method which could have been handled privately 
    with a note or a contract. 
 
    If you take out a loan from a bank, do they SUE you in court to formalize
    the transaction?? 
       ................................................................
       Via Special Court Messenger.
       2:17 PM. 
       Document Number 79-1791-12-41-626-37AQRXTYWZ.
       Re: Loan Number QWR-919293949596979899-0001001111000.0 
       To: Bob Smith,
       This is to inform you that the banker, Mr. Joe Shlubbovitz, who 
       processed your loan for $5,000 last Friday, is suing you for 
       that amount in order to document the loan, and because he doesn't
       trust you. 
       All of your property is hereby attached, and half your salary will
       be automatically deducted and paid directly to Mr. Shlubbovitz until
       your indebtedness is resolved. 
       He also wants his dice back which you must have stolen, since he 
       can't find them. 
       We hope this clarifies your legal situation. 
 
          The Official Court of Bankers and Important People    
 
        CC: Sir Joe Shlubbovitz, Exalted Important Banker,
            In care of Lucky Lanes Bowling, Open 7 days per week.
       ................................................................
 
 
    Something is terribly wrong with this picture - the idea that Lichnowsky
    was merely formalizing a loan or some kind of debt owed by Mozart. 
    The debt was now 2 years old (incurred in 1789), and Lichnowsky was
    using the heavy club of the Court to get his money. 
 
    But the problem is that Mozart was being sued BY A FRIEND. An aristocrat
    (supposedly) with connections (supposedly), and definite connections to
    his relatives who had helped him earlier in life. 
    And it might not have been over a loan. 
    Instead of making money on the trip, Mozart was now deeply in debt.  
    His choice of friends had backfired, and his ability to manage his money
    properly had also apparently backfired - regardless of the cause. 
 
    (Mozart had aristocratic friends, but Lichnowsky was in a separate 
    class - a jerk despised even by his wife.)
 
    Even if Lichnowsky was not responsible for making Mozart depressed,
    Mozart's general debt situation might have depressed him considerably. 
    We don't know. 1791 was better for Mozart financially than 1790, but he
    still had this large debt to Lichnowsky hanging over his head.  
 
    Lichnowsky has little or no credibility with me, and certainly none 
    with his wife, who would have known him better than all of us.  
 
    But we DO know this much: The Doctors killed Mozart through their 
    so-called "treatments", making him weaker with every "treatment"
    until he finally died. The treatments were a prescription for death,
    and any healthy or unhealthy person would probably have died as a
    result - especially with an underlying serious disease, be it 
    Rheumatic Fever or Trichinosis or anything else. 
 
 
    DEATH WITNESSES, PER NISSEN AND NOVELLO'S:
    1. SOPHIE WEBER HAIBEL 
    2. CONSTANCE WEBER MOZART
    3. DR. CLOSSET  
 
    THAT NIGHT:
    Sophie Haibel (for one) reported to Nissen (Mozart's biographer)
    blood-letting by the Doctor the night of Mozart's death. 
 
    THAT NIGHT:
    Constance Mozart told Nissen that he suddenly vomited just before he 
    died, implying the administration of emetics by the Doctor 
    (unless Mozart also had Trichinosis, and the timing of the vomiting was 
    a coincidence. Doubtful. He may have had Trichinosis, but the vomiting
    was probably caused by the Doctor.
    Emetics are more likely the cause than Trichinosis, in my opinion.) 
    
    THAT NIGHT:
    Constance also reported to the Novello's that Mozart had been cheerful 
    and talking just prior to the sudden vomiting. 
 
    PREVIOUS BLOOD-LETTING:
    Sophie Haibel also recounted MULTIPLE Phlebotomies to Vincent and 
    Mary Novello in 1829.  
    This was a Draining of Life MULTIPLE TIMES from Wolfgang Mozart, taking
    significant amounts of blood each time (2-3 liters each time, estimated). 
 
 
    HUGE QUANTITY OF BLOOD DRAINED:
    If it's true that the blood-letting involved taking 2-3 liters of
    blood per session (per unknown witnesses), that would amount to about 
    4-6 PINTS of blood drained off per session, or 4-6 times as much blood 
    as is typically taken for the Blood Bank by a blood donor in one session - 
    a HUGE amount of blood loss for anyone, and especially for a sick patient
    trying to recover from some kind of serious illness (or illnesses).  
    And a huge amount for little Mozart - even if it was half that amount.  
    Mozart was a small man. 
    Draining ANY amount of blood from a small, sick patient is a prescription 
    for death.
 
    MOZART'S DOCTOR:
    Dr. Closset (the emetic and venesection Doctor) attended to Mozart 
    late that night, shortly before Mozart died. 
 
    Dr. Closset was called because Mozart seemed to be worsening, and 
    apparently had a fever, but that doesn't mean that he was necessarily
    DYING - unless, of course, he was worsening due to the previous treatments
    of blood-letting and emetics. He was in terrible shape for several
    reasons, and Dr. Closset finished him off.      
 
    Dr. Closset's colleague and his mentor were also pro-emetic (vomiting),  
    pro-venesection physicians (or phlebotomy - blood-letting). 
    If his mentor and colleague held these philosophies, so did Dr. Closset.  
    It doesn't take an Einstein to figure out that Closset would follow his
    mentor's advice, drain blood, and administer emetics.
    He killed Mozart. 
 
    Mentor: Dr. Maximilian Stoll. He advocated emetics and Phlebotomy 
    (blood-letting) - multiple sessions of Phlebotomy, if the patient doesn't
    improve.  
 
    Sophie Haibel SAID DR. CLOSSET DID do a venesection that night.
 
    Closset was present with Mozart for 2 hours, from about 11:00 PM to 
    1:00 AM, and was present when Mozart died. 
    What did he do for 2 hours?? Put cold compresses on Mozart's forehead
    ONCE??? Did that require 2 hours to prepare, apply, and observe?? 
    I don't think so. We're talking about no more than 5-10 minutes for
    the cold compresses, and perhaps 5-10 minutes or less to examine the
    patient. 
    Closset DID SOMETHING ELSE for about 1 hour and 45 minutes!!! 
    What did Dr. Closset do??? Watch and Wait?? Or more than that?? 
 
            ...........................
 
    Blaming the germs and conditions Mozart may have had is to blame an
    amorphous, unaccountable, "Act of God", Natural Disaster such as a
    flood or an earthquake, rather than ALSO looking at the treatments and 
    people involved, and the barbaric acts committed on the patient. 
    Horrible!! Mozart's "treatments" sound more like something Dr. Mengele
    would have done!!
    
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    November/December summary: 
 
      1791
      Nov xx/14  - The Court of Aristocrats attaches Mozart's possessions 
                   and half his salary to pay off a debt to Prince Lichnowsky,
                   for a lawsuit filed by him - a fellow Mason, former piano 
                   student, friend, and aristocrat.  
                   Possibly for a loan (definitely not for a gambling debt).  
                   Note: This was a REMINDER notification dated Nov 14th, per 
                   Michael Lorenz.  
                   Apparently, an earlier notification was sent, but we don't
                   know what that date was. Original notice shown as "Nov xx".
                   How long did Austrian Courts wait (the Court of Aristocrats)
                   before sending a Reminder Notice to the person being sued??  
                   1 week?? 2 weeks?? I don't know. It would be good to find out.
                   If Mozart suddenly became depressed for unknown reasons
                   prior to November 14/15, it might indicate when the first
                   notice from the Court arrived, and possibly give us some
                   added insights into his actions and behavior during his
                   final days.   
 
          Dec  4 - Final hours awake - Some of the Requiem may have
                   been sung with Mozart and friends, at home, in the
                   afternoon, around 2:00 PM. 
                   According to Mozart's friend, Benedikt Schack, the
                   impromptu choir consisted of Benedikt Schack, Franz Hofer,
                   Franz Xaver Gerl, and Mozart.  
                   Mozart broke down, sobbing bitterly when they reached the
                   first measures of the Lacrimosa, and put the score aside.
                   (Mozart might have been too weak to do any singing,
                   but his strength varied during his final illness.
                   So the story MIGHT be true and probably is true. 
                   Additionally, one of the symptoms of Rheumatic Fever
                   is an exaggerated emotional state, as Mozart displayed.
                   How would Schack know that?? He must have seen it with his
                   own eyes, reporting it truthfully and factually.
                   This means that Schack was probably there, and they probably
                   sang part of the Requiem, as he stated.) 
                   Some people say that Mozart was too weak to do much
                   of anything. Not necessarily, in my opinion. 
                   It partially depended on the normal variation of his disease,
                   and when the last visit from the doctor occurred.    
                   The doctor arrived late Sunday night, evidently weakened him, 
                   sickened him, poisoned him, and killed him.    
                   Mozart died about 2 hours after the doctor (Dr. Closset) 
                   treated him. 
                   He did NOT die 2 hours after visiting with friends and 
                   singing part of the Requiem.
                   Of course, we can make EXCUSES and use SPECULATION ("The singing
                   must have weakened him.")
                   But if we use ONLY facts, we know that Mozart lived for many
                   hours after being visited by friends, but died 2 hours after
                   being attended by Dr. Closset - a blood-letter and emetics
                   (vomiting) doctor.    
                   What could the Doctor have done in 2 hours?? 
                   Why was he there for 2 hours?? 
                   Mozart might have died anyway (he did worsen later in the evening
                   which is why Constance called the Doctor), but the KNOWN FACTS 
                   point to Dr. Closset and the medical team as the primary cause of
                   Mozart's death. 
 
                   Present at his bedside when he died: 3 people:
                      1. Dr. Closset 
                      2. Sophie Weber Haibel 
                      3. Constance Weber Mozart.                   
                   
              ........................................
 
      
      MOZART DIED IN THE EARLY MORNING HOURS OF MONDAY, DECEMBER 5TH, 1791,
      AROUND 1:00 AM  (SUNDAY NIGHT/MONDAY MORNING). 
 
 
      REASON FOR SICKNESS AND TAKING TO HIS BED ON NOVEMBER 20TH, 1791:  
         PROBABLE REASON: RHEUMATIC FEVER (RF) OR SIMILAR STREP INFECTION. 
         POSSIBLE REASON: TRICHINOSIS IN PLACE OF RF, OR IN ADDITION TO IT.
         MOZART MAY HAVE HAD MORE THAN ONE DISEASE. 
         TRICHINOSIS SYMPTOMS ARE VERY SIMILAR TO MOZART'S SYMPTOMS, AND
         SOME KIND OF STREP INFECTION WAS MAKING THE ROUNDS IN VIENNA.   
 
 
      CAUSE OF DEATH: 
         PRIMARY CAUSE:   HIS DOCTORS. 
                            BLOOD-LETTING.
                            EMETICS (ANTIMONY SOLUTION).  
 
         SECONDARY CAUSE: ILLNESS - TYPE SOMEWHAT UNCERTAIN. 
                            RHEUMATIC FEVER IS THE LEADING CONTENDER, BUT
                              IT MIGHT HAVE BEEN SOMETHING ELSE.
                            SOME KIND OF EPIDEMIC STREPTOCOCCAL INFECTION, 
                              SIMILAR TO RF, MAKING THE ROUNDS IN VIENNA, 
                              AS DOCUMENTED BY OFFICIAL DEATH RECORDS. 
                              IE, WE KNOW THERE WAS SUCH AN EPIDEMIC IN VIENNA
                              AT THAT TIME, AND MOZART MIGHT HAVE CAUGHT IT.  
                            ALSO SEVERE EDEMA.   
                              
         OTHER POSSIBLE CAUSES - PHYSICAL:
                          POSSIBLE TRICHINOSIS FROM PORK. 
                          POSSIBLE SUBDURAL HEMATOMA FROM FALLING. 
                          POSSIBLE INFECTION FROM DIRTY NEEDLES. 
 
         OTHER POSSIBLE CAUSES - PSYCHOLOGICAL/EMOTIONAL:
                          POSSIBLY THE JUDGEMENT BY THE COURT OF ARISTOCRATS
                             (LICHNOWSKY - COULD BE PRIMARY). 
                          MOZART'S BELIEF THAT HE HAD BEEN POISONED 
                             (COULD BE VERY SIGNIFICANT).  
                          MOZART'S BELIEF THAT HE WAS WRITING THE REQUIEM FOR     
                             HIMSELF (COULD BE VERY SIGNIFICANT).  
                          (ALL OF THESE MEAN THAT MOZART THOUGHT THAT HE HAD
                           BEEN "STABBED IN THE BACK" BY FORMER FRIENDS AND
                           ENEMIES. IN THE CASE OF LICHNOWSKY, IT MIGHT HAVE
                           BEEN TRUE.)     
                          LONELINESS.
                          TERRIBLE WEATHER FOR WEEKS IN OCTOBER/NOVEMBER.     
 
 
        **NOT CAUSES:     NOT ABNORMAL KIDNEYS AND URINARY TRACT ASSOCIATED 
                             WITH MALFORMATIONS OF THE EAR (LEADING TO KIDNEY 
                             PROBLEMS) SINCE THERE'S NO EVIDENCE THAT MOZART'S 
                             EARS WERE MISSHAPEN, TO MY KNOWLEDGE.     
                          NOT KIDNEY DYSFUNCTION (UREMIA) AS A PRIMARY CAUSE
                             OF DEATH, ALTHOUGH HE MIGHT HAVE HAD UREMIA.  
                             IF UREMIA, IT WAS A SECONDARY CAUSE.  
 
                          NOTE THAT CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASE MAY CAUSE SWELLING,
                          BUT THE SWELLING IS PAINLESS. MOZART WAS IN PAIN
                          AT REST AND IF HE MOVED AT ALL - AT LEAST ON HIS LAST 
                          DAY ALIVE, AND PROBABLY EARLIER. 
                          MOVEMENT CAUSED ADDITIONAL PAIN. 
                          EYBLER CALLED IT "MOZART'S PAINFUL FINAL ILLNESS". 
 
                          THEREFORE:
                          ***THIS WAS NOT KIDNEY DISEASE AS A PRIMARY AILMENT.***  
                          ***SOMETHING ELSE WAS CAUSING HIS PAIN.*** 
                          ***HE MIGHT ALSO HAVE HAD KIDNEY DISEASE.*** 
 
                          WHAT WAS CAUSING HIS PAIN???    
 
                          SOMETHING ELSE MIGHT ALSO HAVE CAUSED HIS SWELLING. 
                          IF MOZART HAD KIDNEY DYSFUNCTION (UREMIA), IT WAS IN
                          ADDITION TO OTHER FACTORS CAUSING HIS PAIN.    
 
 
 
      *  14 November 1791: Reminder Notice:
         The Court of Aristocrats attaches Mozart's possessions and HALF 
         of his salary.  
         This was just *** 3 WEEKS *** before he died.   
         He was sued by Prince Karl Lichnowsky, possibly incurred in 1789 
         on a sudden trip to Berlin and other cities with Lichnowsky, in 
         the Prince's coach - a wasted trip which lost money. 
         (THE DEBT MIGHT HAVE BEEN A LOAN FROM LICHNOWSKY.)
         MOZART OWED LICHNOWSKY A TOTAL OF 1,435 GULDEN WITH COURT COSTS. 
         MOZART HAS THIS HUGE DEBT AND HUMILIATION HANGING OVER HIS HEAD. 
         DEBT POSSIBLY ERASED BY THE EMPEROR AFTER MOZART DIED AND CONSTANCE 
         APPLIED FOR A PENSION ("ARE YOU SURE THESE ARE *ALL* HIS DEBTS??".   
         "YES, YOUR MAJESTY."), BUT IT MIGHT HAVE BEEN PAID BY OTHERS, OR
         SIMPLY IGNORED. 
         THE EMPEROR WOULD HAVE HAD THE INSIDE SCOOP ON LICHNOWSKY THAT THE
         AVERAGE CITIZEN WOULD NOT HAVE HAD. 
         MOZART MIGHT HAVE BEEN VERY DEPRESSED AND ASHAMED. 
         SUED BY A PRINCE AND FORMER STUDENT FOR AN AMOUNT HE COULD NOT 
         EASILY REPAY (SEVERAL MONTH'S EARNINGS), AND HAVING *HALF* HIS 
         SALARY ATTACHED BY THE COURT TO PAY THE GUY.  
         HIS SALARY HAD JUST DROPPED BY 50 PERCENT FOR THE FORESEEABLE FUTURE. 
         BOTH MOZART AND BEETHOVEN LENT LICHNOWSKY MONEY, WHICH HE APPARENTLY
         DIDN'T REPAY, ALTHOUGH HE MAY HAVE TREATED THE MONEY AS A PARTIAL
         PAYMENT ON A DEBT, IN MOZART'S CASE. 
         LICHNOWSKY WAS A FELLOW FREEMASON IN THE VIENNA LODGES, AND HAD FRIENDS
         AND RELATIVES IN HIGH PLACES - INCLUDING THE MASONIC LODGE.
         HIS WIFE, HOWEVER, DESPISED HIM. 
         LICHNOWSKY'S RELATIVES HAD BEEN HELPFUL TO MOZART, AND HE DID NOT WANT 
         TO OFFEND THEM. 
 
         THIS TANGLED WEB COULD HAVE SEVERELY DEPRESSED MOZART, FROM TIME TO 
         TIME, AND CRUSHED HIS SPIRIT, WITH THE FINAL STRAW COMING IN 
         NOVEMBER FROM THE COURT, THROWING HIM INTO A STATE OF DESPAIR,
         THUS HELPING TO KILL HIM.     
 
         HE MIGHT EVEN HAVE SEEN DEATH AS AN ESCAPE FROM HIS PROBLEMS. 
 
         PARTIALLY FROM A PAPER BY BRUCE COOPER CLARK: "THE PRINCE LICHNOWSKY 
         NEWSLETTER", 6 MARCH 1992.  ONE OF SEVERAL SUCH NEWSLETTERS ON
         LICHNOWSKY BY CLARK. (SOME CONCLUSIONS ARE MY OWN). 
 
         COURT JUDGEMENT AGAINST MOZART DISCOVERED BY OTTO MRAZ AND PUBLICIZED
         BY WALTHER BRAUNEIS IN 1990. 
 
    
      *  SECONDARY CAUSE: PROBABLY RHEUMATIC FEVER, OR A SIMILAR STREP INFECTION. 
         HE ALSO PROBABLY HAD RHEUMATOID ARTHRITIS, ACQUIRED FROM PREVIOUS
         BOUTS OF RHEUMATIC FEVER - A TYPICAL, LINGERING SIDE EFFECT.  
         EVERYTHING FITS THE DIAGNOSIS.  
 
      
      *  MOZART'S SYMPTOMS: 
            * A HIGH FEVER. 
            * PROFUSE SWEATING. 
            * A RASH. 
            * SEVERE BLOATING/SWELLING/EDEMA.
            * GREAT DIFFICULTY MOVING.  
            * BACK PAIN.       
            * WEAKNESS. 
            * HEADACHES. 
            * IRRITABILITY. 
            * PROBABLE PNEUMONIA. 
            * VOMITING AFTER EMETIC SOLUTION GIVEN. 
 
         IMMUNITY IS NOT NORMALLY CONFERRED VIA PREVIOUS BOUTS DUE TO
         DIFFERENT STRAINS BEING INVOLVED IN SUBSEQUENT ATTACKS.  
 
         ADDITIONALLY, THE DISEASE CAN SPONTANEOUSLY RECUR SINCE SOME
         BACTERIA ALWAYS REMAIN IN THE BODY AFTER RECOVERY, AND THE
         PATIENT CAN RE-INFECT HIMSELF AS MANY AS 8 TIMES (MAYBE MORE).  
         THEREFORE, THIS *COULD* HAVE BEEN SPONTANEOUS RHEUMATIC FEVER. 
 
         ADDITIONALLY, RF WAS MUCH MORE SERIOUS DURING THAT ERA, PROBABLY
         DUE TO LOWER SANITATION, AND THE BODY'S INABILITY TO COMBAT MANY
         GERMS SIMULTANEOUSLY. 
         IT WOULD HAVE BEEN MORE DIFFICULT FOR MOZART TO FIGHT OFF THE RF,
         COMPARED TO TODAY, BUT HE MIGHT HAVE BEEN ABLE TO DO IT WITHOUT
         THE DOCTORS RUINING HIS HEALTH.   
       
 
     *  DOCTOR-INDUCED VOMITING. 
        THAT WAS PROBABLY CAUSED BY ANTIMONY TREATMENT, WHICH 
        MIGHT WAS ALMOST CERTAINLY PRESCRIBED BY THE DOCTORS ATTENDING 
        MOZART, OR CONSULTING. 
        DR. MAXIMILIAN STOLL (DR. CLOSSET'S MENTOR) ADVOCATED
        USING ANTIMONY AS ONE APPROACH TO CURING DISEASE BY 
        EXPELLING IT. IT CAUSES VOMITING. DR. CLOSSET PROBABLY
        USED IT ON HIS PATIENT. OF COURSE, SUCH A TREATMENT WOULD
        ALSO CAUSE ANYTHING BENEFICIAL (FOOD, WATER, ETC) TO BE
        EXPELLED AS WELL, CAUSING SOME DEHYDRATION AND LOSS OF
        NOURISHMENT, MAKING HIM EVEN WEAKER AND MORE MISERABLE.
        YES, MOZART DID THAT, AND IT'S EVIDENCE OF ANTIMONY TREATMENT,
        NOT A SYMPTOM OF RHEUMATIC FEVER. 
        (THE "TASTE OF DEATH" WAS PROBABLY NOT CAUSED BY THE ANTIMONY,
        BUT RATHER A DARKENED OR BLACKENED TONGUE ASSOCIATED WITH
        RHEUMATOID ARTHRITIS - A CONSEQUENCE OF RF.)  
        EVERYTHING THEY DID WAS ***WRONG***.  
 
        EVIDENCE?? WE KNOW THAT STOLL WAS AN ADVOCATE OF IT.
        MORE EVIDENCE?? MOZART SUDDENLY AND VIOLENTLY VOMITED ON THE 
        DAY OF HIS DEATH, WITHOUT WARNING, IN FRONT OF AT LEAST ONE WITNESS. 
        CONCLUSION: ANTIMONY. DOCTOR-INDUCED VOMITING. 
        A SYMPTOM OF ANTIMONY, BUT NOT A SYMPTOM OF RHEUMATIC FEVER. 
        DR. CLOSSET DID MORE THAN APPLY COLD COMPRESSES TO HIS PATIENT.
        HE MUST HAVE GIVEN HIM ANTIMONY SOLUTION AT SOME POINT. 
            
 
      * POSSIBLY TRICHINOSIS FROM EATING UNCOOKED OR UNDER-COOKED PORK, 
        WHICH MANIFESTS SIMILAR SYMPTOMS, HAS UP TO A 50-DAY INCUBATION 
        PERIOD WITH NO SYMPTOMS, AND KILLED MANY GERMANS IN THE 1800's 
        (AND PROBABLY BEFORE THAT), FIRST CLINICALLY DESCRIBED IN 1860, 
        OFTEN FATAL, CAUSING DEATH WITHIN 2 WEEKS OF THE ONSET OF SYMPTOMS
        (NOT FROM THE DATE OF EATING THE PORK). 
        (INCREDIBLY, PARASITIC WORMS STILL KILL PEOPLE IN DEVELOPED COUNTRIES
        SUCH AS THE USA. 
        THEY ARE FOUND IN POND WATER (INGESTED BY ACCIDENT), STAGNANT WATER
        IN LAKES, HOME GARDENS, RACCOONS, RACCOON STUFF, AND OTHER LOCATIONS. 
        STAY AWAY FROM PONDS, STAGNANT WATER, RACCOONS, RACCOON STUFF, ROOFS
        WHERE RACCOONS DEPOSIT THEIR STUFF, AND BOIL YOUR HOME-GARDEN 
        VEGETABLES!!! SERIOUSLY. 
        SOME OF THESE NASTIES CAN LIVE FOR YEARS ON THE GROUND AND IN THE 
        GROUND, ON YOUR SHOES, IN THE GARAGE, ON THE ROOF, IN EGG FORM - NOT 
        YET HATCHED. 
        DON'T EAT FOOD THAT YOU DROPPED ON THE GROUND!!  
        IF THEY HATCH INSIDE YOU, YOU WILL PROBABLY DIE OR WISH YOU WERE DEAD. 
        IT'S ALREADY HAPPENED, AS DOCUMENTED BY CT SCANS AND X-RAYS OF THE 
        CRANIUM, ETC, IN MODERN HOSPITALS.  
        IT'S DIFFICULT TO DIAGNOSE, AND ALMOST IMPOSSIBLE TO CURE, EVEN WITH
        TODAY'S MODERN MEDICAL TECHNOLOGY.
        THE PROBLEM IS THAT IF THEY KILL THE PARASITES, THEY ALSO KILL THE
        PATIENT.)  
        WE DON'T KNOW IF MOZART DEVELOPED TRICHINOSIS, BUT HE MIGHT HAVE.)   
 
      * THERE WAS SERIOUS DISEASE GOING AROUND AUSTRIA AT THE TIME 
        (STREPTOCOCCUS BACTERIA), KILLING MANY, AND THERE'S A POSSIBILITY 
        THAT MOZART CONTRACTED IT, GIVING HIM MORE THAN ONE DISEASE,
        OR BEING THE VEHICLE FOR CONTRACTING RHEUMATIC FEVER. 
        IN OTHER WORDS, MOZART MIGHT HAVE BEEN ONE OF THE VICTIMS OF A
        CIRCULATING RHEUMATIC FEVER, OR A DISEASE SIMILAR TO RF, AND IT 
        MIGHT HAVE BEEN AN ADDITIONAL DISEASE WHICH MOZART CAUGHT, GIVING 
        HIM 2 DISEASES. 
 
      * POSSIBLE DIRTY NEEDLES USED IN BLOOD-LETTING. 
        THAT'S A DIRECT ROUTE FOR DISEASE (ADDITIONAL DISEASE).   
 
      * INCOMPETENT MEDICAL TREATMENT (COMPARED TO TODAY), SUCH AS 
        MULTIPLE BLOOD-LETTINGS (VENESECTIONS), WHICH ONLY MADE HIM 
        WEAKER AND SICKER. 
        TWO DOCTORS WERE INVOLVED, THEY CONSULTED WITH EACH OTHER, AND THEY 
        WERE BOTH STRONG PROPONENTS OF BLOOD-LETTING, ADDING MORE SESSIONS 
        IF THE PATIENT DIDN'T IMPROVE, OR HIS FEVER DIDN'T SUBSIDE.  
        DR. MAXIMILIAN STOLL (DR. CLOSSET'S MENTOR) WAS ALSO A FIRM BELIEVER
        IN BLOOD-LETTING, EMPLOYING MULTIPLE SESSIONS, IF NECESSARY.  
        WE DON'T KNOW HOW MANY SESSIONS MOZART WAS SUBJECTED TO, BUT IT 
        COULD HAVE BEEN AS MANY AS A HALF DOZEN. 
        (USING DR. MESMER WOULD HAVE BEEN SAFER, AND MOZART WOULD HAVE
        LIVED A LITTLE LONGER - POSSIBLY EVEN BEATEN IT.    
        DR. MESMER DIDN'T PRACTICE BARBARIC BLOOD-LETTING.
        HIS THEORY OF MAGNETISM AND DISEASE WAS THE BUTT OF JOKES, BUT HE HAD
        THE LAST LAUGH: HE DIDN'T KILL MOZART, BUT THE "VAMPIRES" DID.)  
        MOZART WAS A SMALL MAN, AND BLOOD-LETTING WOULD HAVE HAD A VERY
        SIGNIFICANT, NEGATIVE IMPACT ON HIS HEALTH. 
        APPARENTLY, QUITE A BIT OF BLOOD WAS DRAINED IN EACH PHLEBOTOMY SESSION. 
        THE LONGER THE DISEASE CONTINUED, THE MORE BLOOD THEY DRAINED. 
        MOZART WAS GIVEN A BLOOD-LETTING SESSION BY DR. CLOSSET 2 HOURS 
        BEFORE HE DIED.        
        HE BECAME WEAK, BECAME UNCONSCIOUS, THEN DIED 2 HOURS LATER. 
        BLOOD-LETTING KILLED HIM. 
        (AS I RECALL, THE LATER "GERM THEORY" OF DISEASE WAS CALLED RIDICULOUS
        BY THE MEDICAL COMMUNITY. 
        BLOOD-LETTING: PATIENT DIES.  KILL THE GERMS: PATIENT LIVES.
        INCREDIBLE.) 
 
 
      * SUMMARY of Previous Health Problems:
        Mozart suffered from previous health problems in his life, some 
        of which may have contributed to his death: 
        + At least 3 episodes of acute Rheumatic Fever (1763-1766).
        + Probable Rheumatoid Arthritis acquired from previous bouts of
          Rheumatic Fever - a typical lingering side-effect. 
        + Typhoid Fever  (1765).
        + Smallpox  (1767). 
        + Hepatitis-A  (1772).    
        + Various streptococcal infections.  
        + Tonsillitis.
        + Toothaches. 
        + Gum disease. 
        + Tooth abscesses.
        + Athralgia. 
        + Stomach cramps. 
        + Bronchitis.
        + Pneumonia. 
        + Weakness.
        + Fainting. 
        + Possible subdural hematoma caused by multiple falls. 
 
        Mozart survived all of these maladies. 
        (Even gum disease can be serious, since the cause is a
        bacterial infection which the body needs to cure.)
 
 
     Note that if Mozart had a subdural hematoma, the      
     blood-letting could have caused its breakup, leading 
     to death.                                            
     Blood-letting would have been extremely dangerous.   
 
     **** SUMMARY OF MINIMAL CAUSES OF DEATH:  
          1. BLOOD-LETTING (POSSIBLY 4-6 PINTS PER SESSION). 
          2. EMETICS (ANTIMONY - "INDUSTRIAL WASTE").
 
     **** MOST RECENT CAUSES OF DEATH:  
         1. MORE BLOOD-LETTING ON THE DAY OF HIS DEATH.  
         2. MORE EMETICS ON THE DAY OF HIS DEATH. 
 
     **** ADDITIONAL CAUSES OF DEATH:  
         1. RHEUMATIC FEVER OR SIMILAR STREP INFECTION. 
         2. LICHNOWSKY'S LAWSUIT.
         3. THE COURT JUDGMENT ON LICHNOWSKY'S LAWSUIT. 
         4. ATROCIOUS WEATHER DURING THE FALL. 
         5. LEOPOLD THE SADIST. 
 
 
      THE THEORY OF "GET RID OF THE CAUSE OF THE DISEASE" IS LOGICAL. 
      IN FACT, IT'S OBVIOUS.  
      THE PROBLEM IS THE WAY IT WAS IMPLEMENTED. 
      THEY GOT RID OF THE BAD STUFF (THE STREP BACTERIA, ETC) **AND** 
      THE GOOD STUFF NEEDED BY THE BODY TO SURVIVE, AND TO FIGHT THE 
      INFECTION -  SUCH AS: 
      FOOD, WATER, WHITE BLOOD CELLS, RED BLOOD CELLS, PLASMA, OXYGEN, 
      SUFFICIENT BLOOD FOR THE HEART MUSCLE, SUFFICIENT BLOOD FOR THE 
      BRAIN, THIN BLOOD (A PROBABLE THICKENING OF THE BLOOD DUE TO SOME 
      DEHYDRATION MAKING IT MORE DIFFICULT TO PUMP AND DOING LESS GOOD), 
      CARDIAC STRESS, REDUCED LUNG FUNCTION, INSUFFICIENT LYMPH FOR THE 
      LYMPH SYSTEM, INSUFFICIENT NOURISHMENT (ORALLY AND HEMATOLOGICALLY), 
      ETC.  
 
      MOZART WAS ALREADY SICK, BUT MUCH OF WHAT HE NEEDED TO LIVE AND
      GET WELL WAS TAKEN AWAY FROM HIM BY HIS DOCTORS. 
 
      THUS, THE DOCTORS DRAINED MOZART OF HIS LIFE. 
      INSTEAD OF SAVING HIS LIFE, THEY KILLED HIM.  
        
      **** GENERAL SUMMARY OF MOZART'S CAUSES OF DEATH:  
         1. BAD LUCK  (DISEASE OR DISEASES, PRIOR DISEASE, ETC).  
         2. HIS "DOCTORS".
 
        ATTENDING DOC:   DR. THOMAS FRANZ CLOSSET  
        CONSULTING DOC:  DR. MATHIAS VON SALLABA
        THEORIST AND MENTOR DOC:  DR. MAXIMILIAN STOLL   
        ALL 3 DOCTORS: VENESECTION AND EMETICS DOCS.
        HE WAS KILLED BY THE BEST QUACKS MONEY COULD BUY.  
        HOW ABOUT A REFUND??  
 
 
     THE ONLY THING RESEMBLING A CORRECT TREATMENT (COLD COMPRESSES ON
     MOZART'S FOREHEAD) WAS PROBABLY THE OPPOSITE OF WHAT SHOULD HAVE
     BEEN DONE, SINCE THE FEVER MIGHT HAVE BURNED OUT THE INFECTION,
     IF THE FEVER WASN'T DANGEROUSLY HIGH.  
     FEVER NORMALLY IS HELPFUL. 
   
     WOULDN'T YOU THINK THEY MIGHT RE-THINK ALL THIS BLOOD
     DRAINAGE (FROM LITTLE MOZART) AND ALL THIS HORRIBLE
     VOMITING, AND SAY: 
        "Y'KNOW, THIS DOESN'T SEEM TO BE WORKING. 
        IN FACT, HE SEEMS TO BE GETTING WORSE.
        "WORSE" IS NOT GOOD. THEY TAUGHT US THAT IN MED SCHOOL. 
        MAYBE WE SHOULD TRY SOMETHING ELSE OR *NOTHING* ELSE. 
        IF THIS KEEPS UP, OUR LITTLE PATIENT WILL DIE.
        IN FACT, HE'LL DIE VERY SOON....
        WHATEVER WE'RE DOING IS WRONG.
        WRONG, WRONG, WRONG. 
        LET'S STOP, AND SEE WHAT HAPPENS."  
     BUT THEY DIDN'T STOP. THEY JUST KEPT KILLING HIM.  
 
     MOZART MIGHT HAVE DIED ANYWAY, BUT AT LEAST HE WOULD
     HAVE LIVED LONGER - AND POSSIBLY SURVIVED. 
 
     IS IT PROPER TO CLASSIFY ANTIMONY AS A POISON??
     ABSOLUTELY. IT MADE MOZART THROW UP EVERY TIME IT WAS
     ADMINISTERED, IT DEPRIVED HIM OF FOOD AND WATER, 
     IT DEHYDRATED HIM TO SOME EXTENT, IT INTERFERED WITH
     REPLACING HIS BLOOD SUPPLY LOST THROUGH VENESECTION,
     AND IT MADE HIM MISERABLE. 
     CAN YOU IMAGINE A TREATMENT FOR YOURSELF WHICH CONSISTS
     OF SUDDENLY AND VIOLENTLY THROWING UP, AT UNPREDICTABLE 
     MOMENTS, DAY AFTER DAY?? 
     ALONE?? WITH VISITORS PRESENT?? WITH YOUR KIDS AT YOUR
     BEDSIDE?? WITH YOUR FRIENDS AT YOUR BEDSIDE?? 
     YOU'RE TALKING WITH YOUR FRIENDS WHO ARE TRYING TO CHEER
     YOU UP AND INQUIRE AS TO ANYTHING YOU MIGHT NEED, THEN
     SUDDENLY YOU VOMIT VIOLENTLY ALL OVER THE ROOM AND ON 
     YOUR BED, AND POSSIBLY ON YOUR FRIENDS. 
     THIS WAS PART OF MOZART'S "TREATMENT" PRESCRIBED BY HIS
     "DOCTORS". 
     THIS STUFF WAS NOT A BOWL OF HOT SOUP, OR A DISH OF
     VANILLA ICE CREAM, OR A CUP OF HOT TEA, OR A PIECE OF 
     TOAST, OR AN ANTIBIOTIC PILL, OR SOME WARM SUNSHINE.
     IT WAS POISON. METALLIC POISON. ANTIMONY. 
     THE EQUIVALENT OF INDUSTRIAL WASTE, BUT SOLD AS "MEDICINE". 
     AND THEY GAVE IT TO ONE OF THE GREATEST GENIUSES THE WORLD
     HAS EVER KNOWN. 
 
 
     (PEOPLE HAVE BEEN DEBATING THE POISONING (OR NON-POISONING)
     OF MOZART FOR MANY YEARS. 
     MOZART WAS POISONED BY HIS "DOCTORS" USING ANTIMONY. 
     THEY ADMINISTERED THE EQUIVALENT OF INDUSTRIAL WASTE, AND
     MOZART SUFFERED BRIEFLY BUT TERRIBLY FROM THIS VILE CONCOCTION. 
     THE BLOOD-LETTING WAS PROBABLY A BIGGER FACTOR IN MOZART'S
     DEATH, BUT THE POISONING MADE HIM WORSE.
     THE LAWSUIT FROM LICHNOWSKY MAY HAVE CAUSED MOZART TO
     FEEL BETRAYED AND DESPAIRING. HOPELESS. LIFELESS. BEATEN.)   
 
     THEIR TREATMENT WASN'T WORKING, BUT THEY KEPT RIGHT ON
     USING IT - BLIND TO ITS EFFECTS. 
 
     AS HIPPOCRATES SAID, "FIRST, DO NO HARM."
     THEY DISOBEYED THE MOST FUNDAMENTAL RULE IN MEDICINE. 
 
 
     +++FOOTNOTE PERTAINING TO MEDICINE AND THE HUMAN BODY: 
     I AM NOT A DOCTOR OR A PATHOLOGIST. 
     HOWEVER, I DO KNOW TWO THINGS ABOUT THE SUBJECT:
        1. PATHOLOGY IS NOT A JOB FOR AMATEURS. 
        2. "COMMON SENSE" DOES NOT APPLY IN PATHOLOGY.  
     TO REPEAT: "COMMON SENSE" DOES NOT APPLY IN PATHOLOGY.  
     (COMMON SENSE OFTEN APPLIES IN MEDICINE AND NUTRITION,
     BUT NOT PATHOLOGY - THE ANALYSIS OF DEAD PEOPLE, WHY
     THEY DIED, AND WHETHER THEY DIED FROM NATURAL CAUSES,
     OR A DISEASE, OR AN ACCIDENT, OR SUICIDE, OR MURDER. 
     IT'S A UNIQUE AND COMPLICATED SUBJECT.    
     IF ANYONE SAYS, "COMMON SENSE WOULD DICTATE....", YOU
     KNOW THEY DON'T KNOW WHAT THEY'RE TALKING ABOUT, IF THE
     SUBJECT IS AN AUTOPSY, BECAUSE PATHOLOGY IS UNIQUE,
     SPECIALIZED, AND COMPLICATED, AND THERE IS NO COMMON
     KNOWLEDGE OF IT, THEREFORE NO COMMON SENSE.
     IT'S THE ROUGH EQUIVALENT OF NUCLEAR PHYSICS.)  
     IT REQUIRES A GREAT DEAL OF EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE. 
     IT ALSO REQUIRES FAR MORE THAN MEDICAL TRAINING.
     A GOOD PATHOLOGIST MUST ALSO BE A **GOOD DETECTIVE**, EXAMINING 
     ALL SOURCES OF INFORMATION - THE PATIENT, HIS RELATIVES,
     HIS FRIENDS, HIS EMPLOYEES, HIS NEIGHBORS, HIS LETTERS,
     HIS MEDICAL HISTORY, HIS DOCTORS, HIS DENTIST, CONVENTIONAL 
     TREATMENT AT THAT TIME, EPIDEMICS, HOSPITALS, HOBBIES, DIET,   
     STUDENTS, ASSISTANTS, LOVERS, ENEMIES, HANDWRITING, ABILITY 
     TO READ THE NATIVE LANGUAGE AND UNDERSTAND IT (FLOWERY GERMAN 
     IN THIS CASE), OLD NAMES FOR DISEASES, OLD NAMES FOR POTIONS, 
     KNOWING THE DETAILS OF VARIOUS POISONS (THEY'RE ALL DIFFERENT - 
     RADICALLY DIFFERENT), SOMETIMES WHAT HE FOUND UNDER THE 
     FINGERNAILS, SOMETIMES WHAT HE *DIDN'T* FIND THAT SHOULD HAVE
     BEEN PRESENT ACCORDING TO THE WITNESSES' STORIES, PHOTOGRAPHS,
     NEWSREELS, HOME MOVIES, WALKING GAIT, GRIPPING/NOT GRIPPING
     SOMETHING, MANY CHAIRS AND SOFAS IN HALLWAYS, DENTAL PAIN, 
     VISION, EYE GLASSES, BODY ODOR, IDENTICAL STORIES TOLD BY THE 
     STAFF OR FRIENDS (THEY SHOULDN'T BE IDENTICAL), SOMETIMES A 
     SUSPICIOUS DELAY IN REPORTING THE DEATH, ETC, ETC, ETC.  
     A GOOD PATHOLOGIST IS A GOOD DETECTIVE WITH A WIDE SEARCHLIGHT,
     IF THERE'S ANY DOUBT AS TO THE CAUSE OF DEATH. 
     I READ MANY ARTICLES BY MANY EXPERTS, AND EVALUATE THEM, AND
     COMBINE THEM IF I THINK THEIR INFORMATION IS ACCURATE. 
     I'VE TRIED TO DO SO IN THIS CASE, AS WELL. 
 
     (THERE WAS A MAN WHO EITHER DIED OR BECAME VERY SICK FROM SOME
     MYSTERIOUS ILLNESS. IT HAD THE PROFILE OF POISONING, BUT NO ONE
     COULD FIGURE OUT HOW OR WHY HE WOULD BE POISONED. 
     THEY FINALLY FOUND IT: THE GUY WAS A GOLFER WHO LICKED THE GOLF
     BALL FOR GOOD LUCK BEFORE EACH STROKE. HE WAS PICKING UP FERTILIZER
     AND WEED KILLER ON HIS TONGUE, AND IT WAS POISONING HIM.
     A DUMB IDEA!! BUT IT DEMONSTRATES HOW THOROUGH THE INVESTIGATION
     SOMETIMES NEEDS TO BE IN ORDER TO FIND THE CAUSE OF THE PROBLEM - 
     MEDICAL OR PATHOLOGICAL.
     MOST PEOPLE AREN'T THAT RECKLESS AND STRANGE, BUT EVEN "NORMAL"
     PEOPLE CAN BE ACCIDENTALLY POISONED OR INJURED VIA UNKNOWN,
     UNSEEN, OR UNPUBLICIZED HAZARDS.
     ANOTHER CASE INVOLVED A HOSPITAL PATIENT WHO WAS GETTING WORSE,
     DAY BY DAY. A MYSTERY. THEY FINALLY FOUND THE CAUSE: HIS WIFE.
     SHE WAS BRINGING THE MAN A MILKSHAKE, EVERY DAY, LACED WITH POISON.
     ARSENIC??? I DON'T RECALL. IT WAS A SLOW-ACTING POISON. 
     GOOD PATHOLOGISTS, AND SOMETIMES DOCTORS, NEED TO BE GOOD DETECTIVES
     AND HAVE A HIGHLY SUSPICIOUS NATURE. THE JOB DEMANDS IT.)   
 
     TRICHINOSIS FROM PORK: UNKNOWN IF MOZART HAD IT. HE MIGHT HAVE. 
 
     MY FINAL JUDGEMENT: 
     BAD LUCK AND THE BEST, INCOMPETENT MEDICAL TREATMENT AVAILABLE -  
     BARBARIC BY TODAY'S STANDARDS, HASTENING AND PROBABLY 
     *CAUSING* HIS DEATH. 
 
     HE MIGHT HAVE FINISHED HIS REQUIEM, MOVED TO ENGLAND OR ELSEWHERE, 
     AND COMPOSED MANY MORE PIECES IN HIS "LATE", ADVANCED STYLE. 
     SUCH AS (PERHAPS):  
     "DON GIOVANNI IN HELL". 
     OR "DONNA ELVIRA LEAVES THE NUNNERY AND MEETS SOMEONE". 
     OR "DON QUIXOTE". 
     OR "MORE MADNESS WITH FIGARO". 
     OR "WHERE IS SUSANNA??". 
     OR "SUSANNA'S SECRET". 
     OR "THE RETURN OF THE STUTTERING LAWYER". 
     OR "THE MAGIC BASSET HORN". 
     OR "STAR TREK FOREVER". 
     OR "BLANCA-CASA".
     OR "WE'LL ALWAYS HAVE PARIS, MOST LIKELY".  
     OR "GONE WITH THE COTTON BALLS".  
     OR "THE NUTS OF WRATH".
     OR "THE MEANING OF LIFE, PART 1.3572468". 
     OR "IT'S A WRETCHED LIFE". 
     OR "FLYING DOWN TO ROMANIA". 
     OR "BRIDE OF FRANKENSTEIN: THE HONEYMOON.".
     OR "NIGHT OF THE LAUGHING DEAD". 
     OR "1901 - A BALLOON ODYSSEY".  
     OR "PLANET OF THE ARCHBISHOPS". 
     OR "HORUS -  GOD OF EGYPT". 
     OR "ANUBIS - DOG OF EGYPT". 
     OR "JULIUS CAESAR".
     OR "HAMLET".
     OR "ROMEO AND JULIET". 
     OR "A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM".
     OR "MACBETH". 
     OR "THE TEMPEST". 
     OR "KING HENRY IV - PART 17". 
     OR "M IS FOR MOZART". 
     OR "I AM MOZART - THE ONE AND ONLY".  
     OR "I AM MOZART - THE GREAT AND POWERFUL".  
     OR "THE WIZARD OF ME". 
     OR A 42ND SYMPHONY AND A 43RD SYMPHONY. 
     OR ANOTHER SERIES OF STRING QUARTETS AND QUINTETS. 
     OR A STRING SEXTET. 
     OR ANOTHER PIANO QUINTET. 
     OR MORE ORGAN MUSIC ON THE SCALE OF K.594 AND K.608. 
     OR SONGS FOR ALOYSIA TO SING (INSPIRED SONGS). 
     OR SONGS FOR NANCY STORACE TO SING (INSPIRED SONGS). 
     OR MORE PIANO SONATAS.
     OR MORE PIANO CONCERTOS.
     OR MORE MUSIC FOR 2 PIANOS.  
     OR MORE CLARINET CONCERTOS. 
     OR MORE TRUMPET CONCERTOS. 
     OR MORE HARP CONCERTOS. 
     OR ---- ALL OF THE ABOVE.  
 
     ALL KIDDING ASIDE, I WOULD GIVE A LOT JUST FOR A COMPLETED
     REQUIEM. EVERYTHING ELSE IS JUST FROSTING ON THE CAKE. 
     AND THAT MIGHT HAVE BEEN POSSIBLE, HAD THE "DOCTORS" NOT
     KILLED MOZART. 
 
 
     (NOTE: THE SITUATION WITH PRINCE LICHNOWSKY IS UNCERTAIN.
     WE HAVE MORE DETAILS TODAY, BUT WE STILL DON'T KNOW THEM ALL,
     OR HAVE A CLEAR PICTURE. BUT WE PROBABLY DON'T *NEED* THEM ALL.
     WHEN YOU GET A DRACONIAN COURT JUDGEMENT FILED AGAINST YOU BY
     A "FRIEND", IT MEANS HE'S STABBED YOU IN THE BACK WITH A LONG
     KNIFE, AND THE FRIENDSHIP IS OVER. AND KNOWING THAT LICHNOWSKY
     WAS HUMAN SCUM, AND QUITE WEALTHY, SEALS IT.
     THE DETAILS WOULD BE NICE TO KNOW (WAS IT A LOAN?? HAD MOZART 
     PAID PART OF IT?? WAS MOZART MAKING REGULAR PAYMENTS?? DID MOZART 
     *REALLY* OWE THE MONEY??), BUT THE COURT JUDGEMENT TRUMPS EVERYTHING. 
     THE WEALTHY "PRINCE" [NOT YOUR USUAL ARISTOCRAT OR ROYALTY] WAS 
     SCUM, AND MOZART'S ENEMY. THE LAWSUIT PROVES IT.) 
 
   MOZART HAD BEATEN RHEUMATIC FEVER 
   2 OR 3 TIMES IN HIS YOUTH (PLUS 
   SMALLPOX AND TYPHUS).  
 
     HE MIGHT HAVE DONE IT AGAIN.  
     THE COURT OF ARISTOCRATS MIGHT ALSO BE PARTIALLY TO BLAME, SIDING 
     WITH LICHNOWSKY.  
 
     WHY DIDN'T THEY JUST ELECTROCUTE MOZART TO KILL THE GERMS??
     IT WOULD HAVE BEEN FASTER... 
 
     WHY DO WE HAVE BLOOD BANKS, TODAY?? 
     WHY DO WE HAVE "BLOOD DRIVES" TODAY, WHERE THE VOLUNTEER DONATES
     A *SMALL* AMOUNT OF BLOOD TO THE BLOOD BANK (1 PINT), AND THEN
     IS GIVEN A GLASS OF ORANGE JUICE, AND TOLD TO REST FOR A WHILE??  
     WHY DO THEY HOOKUP A BLEEDING VICTIM TO A BAG OF BLOOD AND *GIVE*
     THE VICTIM NEW BLOOD?? 
     TO GIVE THEM LIFESAVING BLOOD, NOT DRAIN IT AWAY. 
     BLEEDING KILLS. 
     FIRST AID: STOP THE BLEEDING!!! 
     IN MOZART'S CASE, THEY STARTED THE BLEEDING.     
 
     REJECTION, HOPELESSNESS, DESPAIR, EMBARRASSMENT, HUMILIATION, AND 
     SHAME WILL ALSO KILL - SLOWLY. 
     LICHNOWSKY, A FRIEND AND STUDENT, MAY HAVE SAPPED MOZART'S EMOTIONAL 
     STRENGTH WITH HIS LAWSUIT, AND WEAKENED HIM. 
     IT MAY HAVE BEEN AN "ET TU, BRUTE??" TIME FOR MOZART, AND THE UNKINDEST 
     CUT OF ALL, COMING JUST 3 WEEKS BEFORE MOZART SUCCUMBED. 
     THEN YOU, AND I, AND ALL OF US FELL DOWN AT THE HANDS OF INCOMPETENT
     DOCTORS AND POSSIBLY THE PRINCE. 
 
     LICHNOWSKY MIGHT HAVE BEEN MUCH WORSE THAN A "JERK". HE MIGHT HAVE BEEN 
     A MURDERER, USING THE POISON OF BETRAYAL AND A LAWSUIT AGAINST A MAN 
     HYPER-SENSITIVE TO THE FEELINGS OF OTHERS, WEAKENED BY SICKNESS, 
     BLED BY HIS "DOCTORS",
     NOW SUFFERING THE SLINGS AND ARROWS OF OUTRAGEOUS FORTUNE BEING AIMED
     AT HIM BY A CALLOUS "FRIEND" (PERHAPS).  
     ALL OF THESE CUTS, DRAININGS, POISONINGS, PUNCHES, BRUISES, AND ASSAULTS 
     ARE WHY "GREAT CAESAR FELL". 
 
     REMEMBER THE LAST ENSEMBLE FROM DON GIOVANNI?? 
     "QUESTO IL FIN DI CHI FA MAL, DI CHI FA MAL...." 
     WHY THE EARLY DEMISE OF ONE WHO DID SO MUCH GOOD?? SO MUCH GOOD??
     IT'S NOT FAIR - NOT FAIR TO HIM OR TO US. 
     I HOPE SOMEONE IS MAKING SURE THAT ALL THIS TURNS OUT PROPERLY.   
     I HOPE SOMEONE IS KEEPING SCORE.    
     IT'S ONLY FAIR. 
 
 
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    (Sorry for any duplication of verbiage). 
 
 
 Acknowledgements:
    Paper by Bruce Cooper Clark: 
         "The Prince Lichnowsky Newsletter", 6 March 1992  
         (one of 8 newsletters on Lichnowsky) 
    William J. Dawson, MD (2010, American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons,
         June 2010, Journal of Medical Problems of Performing Artists) 
 
    Jan V. Hirschmann, MD 
    Carl von Bursy, MD
    Bruce Cooper Clark 
    Sophie Haibel, Mozart's sister-in-law 
    Constance Mozart, Mozart's wife  
    Many others.  
 
    Please feel free to send in any comments, corrections, or suggestions. 
 
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