I am a Reiki Master (Usui and Tibetan, with lineage directly traceable to Dr. Usui) with degrees/diplomas/certificates/background in:

  • Naturopathic Doctor (ND)
  • M.D. in Alternative Medicine (M.D. in A.M. from the Indian Board of Alternative Medicine. India, unlike the U.S., formally recognizes Alternative Medicine as equal to drug-based allopathic medicine, and I am eligible for licensure in India and can bill insurance companies there for my patients -- unlike here, where people have to pay themselves for their consultations, herbs, and supplements. Also, the IRS in the U.S. does not allow deductions for herbs, enzymes, and other supplements; only for drugs made by the Rothschild Pharma-Cartel. Even in the U.S., I am considered a Doctor and healer due to my Doctorate degrees, but I am not considered a "physician" or "medical doctor" by the closed-shop AMA, which lobbied for many years to eliminate all competition from homeopathic, naturopathic, chiropractic and other doctors, and therefore cannot bill your consultations to your insurance company. The Chiropractors actually won a huge lawsuit against the AMA, which was ordered by the courts -- this is public record -- to stop harrassing and maligning them and trying to close down their schools and practices, the way that Morris Fishbein and the AMA did to other alternative schools. (http://chirounity.com/tag/morris-fishbein/The medical profession has a long history of discrimination, particularly against alternative healing professions. While always claiming public safety as its reasons for the attacks, the true reasons involve protecting their monopoly of the health care market. After more than a century of institutional discrimination against blacks in the medical profession, the American Medical Association has finally admitted its role in promoting such discrimination, issuing an apology for all the harm its racist policies have caused over the years. (http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/11619004)Morris Fishbein, M.D.: the "medical Mussolini" and chiropractic, Donahue JH., Abstract: Morris Fishbein, M.D. is the most important non-chiropractor to influence the chiropractic profession. From his post as editor and secretary of the American Medical Association, his anti-chiropractic writings, speeches and political activities had a profound effect on the profession's development. Because he was not only the foremost medical politician of the time, but also perceived as a multi-faceted author on public health issues, his credibility was high across large sections of the population and in most social institutions. His tactics and stature undoubtedly helped keep the profession limited to caring for a small percentage of the population. Because of him, chiropractors devised survival strategies that continue to influence the profession even today. (http://www.naturalnews.com/z008845.html) What the American Medical Association hopes you never learn about its true history: The AMA went from town to town, recruiting allopathic doctors by promising to "eliminate competition" and raise profits. They also closed down many very qualified black and women-run alternative medical schools and practices -- not because of safety, but to eliminate competition.)
  • Doctorate in Naturopathic Ministry (DNM)
  • Biomedical Engineering
  • Imagery/Visualization (in the early 1970's, I used these techniques to help heal a woman with Hodgkin's disease (lymphatic cancer), and her doctors at Yale-New Haven Hospital commented that my using it to augment their conventional therapy was the reason why she was cured so rapidly. Her surgeon, Dr. Bernie Seigel, expressed great interest in my methods, and subsequently left his surgical practice to write about and empower people to fight disease using imagery and visualization)
  • Practitioner of Healing Touch, Acupressure and Ki Method (non-invasive healing using my hands with the Chi, or life force of the body, along various acupuncture meridians)
  • Master Herbalist (MH)
  • Certified Nutritional Counselor (CNC)
  • Homeopathy
  • Classical Naturopathy (using natural methods of healing as opposed to being primarily focused on being a primary care physician performing minor surgery, prescribing drugs, injections of drugs, etc.)

In addition, I have successfully used alternative medicine for: diabetes; cancer (lung cancer - my own - which I cured naturally, along with concomitant, very severe pneumonia which conventional medicine, using 3 months of the strongest antibiotics, was unable to cure); hepatitis; liver disease (caused by cholesterol prescriptions - Lipitor, Mevacor, Atromid-S / clofibrate); immune boosting for bacterial, viral and fungal infections and cancer, and immune regulation for auto-immune diseases where the body attacks itself, such as arthritis); high cholesterol (I had a pre-cancerous liver and plugged arteries from the conventional "one-size-fits-all" method of allopathic treatment, where everyone is given a prescription and put on a low-fat diet -- I'm now on a medium-fat diet with all of my fats from healthy sources, no prescriptions but using herbs and supplements and very healthy diet and lifestyle, and now my arteries and liver are better); PAC's (premature atrial contractions -- skipped heart beats that allopathic doctors told me nothing could be done for, although they can cause dangerous clots leading to strokes, pulmonary embolism and heart attacks -- which I eliminated through natural methods.)

For more information, including what enzymes/herbs/supplements and methods I used, see my Cancer pages. Also, you might visit some of the websites on my "Links" page.

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