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commented on May 10, 2012
An intriguing way to be healed is by inheriting the effects of an ancestor's healing. Three children, aged 8, 11 and 12, participated in an experiment with their respective grandparents (all in 70's age bracket). One child had a chronic cough with no certain diagnosable cause, the second suffered with severe Eczema, and the third was diagnosed with Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis. Conventional Allopathic medical treatments had failed to cause any significant improvement over several years in each case.
In each case, initial Hands on Healing treatments showed virtually immediate and impressive results, yet each child's symptoms re-appeared within several days. We then got permission to attempt Remote Influencing of each child, which coincidentally determined that the underlying cause of each disease was genetic memory from an event experienced by the respective grandparents, and this memory was being held in the children at the cellular level.
We met with all three of the grandparents in another city, about 150 miles from where the children lived and remained while we treated the grandparents. We treated each grandparent with a two person combination of an advanced Hands on Faith Healing protocol. During treatment of the second grandparent to relieve mental and psychological trauma associated with a near drowning and pneumonia experience that happened to her more than 60 years earlier, the mother of the child with the chronic coughing telephoned to say that her child had stopped coughing for the first time in nearly 6 years. It is now nearly 4 years since that treatment of her grandmother, and her coughing has not returned.
The child with Eczema showed slight improvement (less itching) later the same day and within a few days was completely Eczema free, and has remained so for nearly 4 years also. In that case the grandfather was Hands on treated for residual shame and embarrassment associated with his childhood acne. Two weeks later we learned of a first cousin, also grandchild of the grandfather with the acne, whose acne suddenly cleared up. The boy was 15 and has remained acne free and we never did meet him, or treat him in any way, he simply inherited the benefits of his grandfather's psychological healing.
The third child with the Arthritis claimed almost immediate pain relief and has since been diagnosed by their family physician as completely free of her former Arthritic condition. Her grandfather was Hands on treated for "letting go" of stubbornly held, non-productive judgmental opinions of his father, which so long as the memories remained, were apparently manifesting in the child as her being "stiff" and "inflexible".
When these types of things become part of our experience, there is a concurrent realization that conventional Allopathic medical treatments are in many instances, far from the answer they purport themselves to be. Personally, I and many others with me, have learned these ancient healing methods from active study of the ancient Biblical texts, and we consider this to be true Spiritual healing of the physical temple. We also consider that conventional Allopathic alternative medicine has fairly well proven that it was generally a mistake.(We do continue to hold great respect for conventional surgeons and other physical trauma treatments.)
I am curious as to what suggestions this institute as well as readers of these discussions might have that they feel could enable a broader exposure to these ancient healing methods, and hopefully a greater acceptance of them.