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#31    PsychicPenguin

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Posted 28 January 2004 - 10:32 PM

I didn't think about anaything.. until suddenly I felt like being massaged. I didn't switch my concentration to my shoulders, but this sensation was getting stronger. And then my body strarted to move subconciusly... like I was forced to do some exercise laugh.gif As soon as I switched my attention to this, it was getting weaker, and gone. My concentration shattered and soon I was fully concious again.


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Posted 28 January 2004 - 10:36 PM

And then your shoulders were healed?

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Posted 28 January 2004 - 10:47 PM

QUOTE (Babs @ Jan 28 2004, 09:36 PM)
And then your shoulders were healed?

Yup.. crazyness..  huh.gif I guess it was placebo effect at work  whistling2.gif  


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Posted 29 January 2004 - 04:06 AM

PsychicPenguin...

No, I don't think it is craziness, I think it is very intriguing.Is this the first time this has happened?  and do you think you can do it again with another physical ailment?

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Posted 29 January 2004 - 04:28 AM

It happened to me 3 times. Twice with my shoulders and once with my eyes (the last one didn't have any positive result). I cannot repeat it again but I believe it is repeatable but I would rather stay healthy without the help of these things  laugh.gif  


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Posted 31 January 2004 - 03:25 AM

Yes...right, I'm not wishing ill health on you. huh.gif original.gif  Maybe you could try this with other problems, emotional or relationship problems?

I think you've got something going here.

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Posted 03 January 2005 - 01:34 AM

Could you please help me?  I am looking to get a hold of Dean Kraft.  My husband is thirty three years old and he can barely stand or walk longer than an hour at a time.  We don't have any children yet, but we hope to in the future.  The way things are going for him now I know he will not be able to play with them when they get older.  I heard about Mr. Kraft on the TV and thought that maybe he could help us in some way.  The Dr.'s have written him off until he gets older because the only thing they can do now is to rebuild his knee but even then he would only be able to walk for ten years.

If there is any way that you can help him to be able to enjoy his children, please give us any and all information to be able to find him.


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Posted 03 January 2005 - 01:50 AM

QUOTE(cschuening @ Jan 2 2005, 05:34 PM)
Could you please help me?  I am looking to get a hold of Dean Kraft.  My husband is thirty three years old and he can barely stand or walk longer than an hour at a time.  We don't have any children yet, but we hope to in the future.  The way things are going for him now I know he will not be able to play with them when they get older.  I heard about Mr. Kraft on the TV and thought that maybe he could help us in some way.  The Dr.'s have written him off until he gets older because the only thing they can do now is to rebuild his knee but even then he would only be able to walk for ten years.

If there is any way that you can help him to be able to enjoy his children, please give us any and all information to be able to find him.

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Ahh... the internet is an amazing thing. grin2.gif
  
If you need to search for anything else in the future I reccomend this search engine.

I hope the best for you and your husband.

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And make us lose the good we oft might win
By fearing the attempt.
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Posted 03 January 2005 - 02:05 AM

QUOTE(edstuckey @ Jan 3 2004, 09:33 PM)
My wife and I watched unexplained mysteries tonight and the topic was psychic healers. My wife has RSD and is in extreme pain. We are looking for a reputable psychic healer. Several were mentioned on the show and we are wondering how to contact them. We are located in Southern California. Any help would be appreciated.

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The power of God can heal any illness if you have faith in him. It says in scripture is regards to Jesus Christ, that "By his stripes we are healed." Jesus sacrificed his body so that we might have life abundantly. I have seen many an indivudial miraculously healed as a direct result of prayer to Jesus Christ. He wants to heal you. But he cannot give you his love if you are unwilling to recieve it. Seek ye first the kingdom of God, and all these things shall be added unto you.

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Posted 03 January 2005 - 04:26 AM

QUOTE(edstuckey @ Jan 4 2004, 01:33 AM)

My wife and I watched unexplained mysteries tonight and the topic was psychic healers. My wife has RSD and is in extreme pain. We are looking for a reputable psychic healer. Several were mentioned on the show and we are wondering how to contact them. We are located in Southern California. Any help would be appreciated.

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Ed,  

I don't know how to contact those mentioned on the show; however, Dean Craft is probably the closest to you, because he is known as
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the psychic healer to the stars
.  I would guess that means he is located in or around LA.  Did you get the names of the others written down?  You can probably search for them on the web by name.  I have them if you didn't.

Don't give up hope, Ed.  I am a healer ... not sure I'd say a
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psychic
healer.  I am new to the gift and don't profess to know all I would like to know, but I know enough to be certain that God bestows these gifts to some of us in greater potency than others.  I believe we all have these abilities, just like we all can walk, talk and think... but some of us are never going to be "olympic runners" no matter what we do, while others have the right combination of something that brings it to a useful level.   I've had some amazing success healing and so I have no doubt that the stories detailed in the Mysteries show are true.  

Ed, if you lived near you, I'd try to help your wife... although I am nowhere in the league with the folks on the show.  As it happens, I am in Maryland and it would be much better for you to find someone near you.  If you can contact one of the people mentioned on the show, please do so.   You might also be able to find healers through a local organization.  Don't hesitate to talk to people and research the topic on the web.  Be careful about fakers... there are con artists in everything, unfortunately.  

And, Ed, your spirituality is vitally important.  God listens... but you have to really talk to Him.  Good luck, Ed.  

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Posted 03 January 2005 - 06:18 AM

QUOTE(jenpch @ Jan 2 2005, 10:08 PM)
Anyone who doesn't believe that God has bestowed healing abilities on humans - fine, you are entitled to your beliefs.  I disagree, but then that's what a forum is for, right?

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Posted 03 January 2005 - 09:13 AM

QUOTE(edstuckey @ Jan 4 2004, 12:33 AM)
My wife and I watched unexplained mysteries tonight and the topic was psychic healers. My wife has RSD and is in extreme pain. We are looking for a reputable psychic healer. Several were mentioned on the show and we are wondering how to contact them. We are located in Southern California. Any help would be appreciated.

Thanks,

Ed

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hi ed.. i seen that show tonight also and the one psychic healer i remember on there was ...dean craft from california.. i believe he is la..... other one was jack gray but i dont remember where he was from.....god bless u and your wife...u are in my prayers...bonnee...(wildoneiam)


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Posted 03 January 2005 - 10:14 AM

This thread is of particular interest of all those who have contacted me regarding the Unexplained Mysteries TV show, which recently aired an episode about psychic healing and Dean Kraft.

If anyone knows anything about this subject, or has the contact details of any of the psychics featured on the show, please post them here for the benefit of those seeking his services.

Thanks.


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Posted 03 January 2005 - 04:06 PM

I took some notes during the Unexplained Mysteries, Psychic Healers show.  All of the healers supposedly received their abilities after a near death experience.  There were eight healers mentioned:
  
#1 Henry Rucker was an African American minister who healed with a touch, often one session.  I've read another posting saying he is deceased and that a cousin of his claims to have the ability.  I'm not sure I'd buy that at face value, but it may bear looking into.  I believe Mr. Rucker was from the Northeastern section of the country, but I didn't write a location down.  There were several healings showcased, including glaucoma, cancer and some kind of paralysis... might have been Lou Gehrig's disease.  I didn't write it down.  

#2 Douglas Johnson.  I have no notes other than his name.

#3 Geoff Boltwood was from England.  No other notes.

#4 Dean Craft/Kraft (have seen it spelled both ways) was mentioned as the psychic healer of the stars - which immediately put me off - but a movie aired on another channel later in the day (which may have been fictionalized for impact) gave more detail and drew my interest.  In the movie, he healed with one session a lady with Lou Gehrig's disease and brought a child back from a coma.  He failed to save his own father, however, and almost turned his back on is ability.  In the UM show, he healed Cindy Williams (Laverne and Shirley) of some kind of painful disease - I think arthritic in nature - in one session.  No other "stars" were mentioned but they did spend a lot of time on how amazing he was.  I understand (not from the show) he is expensive and difficult to see because there is a long waiting list.  

For those of you wishing to see the Dean Craft/Kraft movie, it's called "A Touch of Hope" and stars Anthony Michael Hall as Kraft (this is where I have seen it spelled with a K).  As movies go, it won't win any aclaim, but it does give you another look at Kraft.  Keep in mind that the producers may have taken great liberties with the truth.

#5 Roger Laborde was mentioned exclusively as to his ability to bring people back from comas by communicating with them and showing them the way back.

#6 Jack Gray.  I believe Jack Gray is the one who healed a young man named Mitchell May.  Mr. May had been in a horrible car accident, which had completely destroyed his legs.  The doctors wanted to amputate but Mr. Gray said he could rebuild them and walk again.  It was quite impressive, but the film was old... probably 1960s, and Mr. Gray was an older gentleman even then.  I'd be very surprised if he is still living.  

#7 Mitchell May was mentioned to be practicing as a healer, himself.  No amazing cases were mentioned except his own.  

#8 There was also a Carol from England, but I didn't get her full name.  The show flashed the full names of the others on the screen, but not hers.  Since she was in England, I didn't write down specifics... but I do remember being impressed with her abilities.  I believe she was the one they tested with EEG and Kirlian photography, but I'm not sure.

I also remember something about DHEA.  One of the doctors said it was necessary for healing but that there was no way to improve your DHEA levels significantly (quickly?), even with supplements.  Testing was done with one of the healers to see if there was any change in DHEA of the client after he/she worked the healing... and it had gone from minimal DHEA to normal during the few moments of the healing session.  The client, btw, was significantly improved with the one session.  This may have been the huge tumor that was reduced to marble size in the few minutes of the healing session - not sure.

In addition to the healers, there was a group and several doctors mentioned.  It might be worthwhile to contact the group or some of the doctors, if they are still around, to get recommendations because they were working with the healers and studying the phenomena.  They may be able to steer you to someone not showcased, but who has demonstrated special abilities.  I am sorry to say I don't have full names and locations for any of them.  Perhaps more information can be found on the Internet.  

Meninger Foundation - (Dr?) C. Norman Healey
Dr. Sheely
Dr. Scofield
Dr. Marcey Goldstein
Dr. Arnold Mindell
Dr. Philip Yarnell (billed the best neurologist in the US)

I wish I had taken better notes and I truly hope something in this helps someone.  Jen



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Posted 03 January 2005 - 04:54 PM

Thanks for that, some really good information there original.gif





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