Diary of Quantum Medicine Conference
Diary of Quantum Medicine Conference
by Dr Thornton Streeter
There are 4000 delegates here from 50 different countries - good evidence that there is a huge global interest in traditional medicine.
In the Vedas, especially those ancient texts about health mention is made of the Chakra System and Nadi System but modern science has had to wait until now for equipment to be developed that could prove the presence of these systems in the human body.
In this image below using a technique I developed with Harry Oldfield's PIP Biofield imaging, all six chakras that are in view are clearly visible -in fact it can be clearly noted that the 'heart centre' is balanced and open yet the navel centre is asymmetrical and congested.
You may recall that I was in Brazil last year for a Quantum Medicine Conference and was really impressed by the huge level of interest in new medicine - there were more than 900 medical professionals there. So I am thrilled to hear the organisers have scheduled a second programme on the 15th -18th September 2011, so if you are reading this in South America I hope to meet you there! Wallace Limaa the programme organiser is an extremely dynamic speaker with a detailed understanding of quantum physics and a founding father of our movement that we have named Quantum Medicine. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org
The main speakers for this conference are all writing chapters for a new book on quantum health that will be launched at this event, and I'm glad to give you notice now because I know it will be a book to watch for.
I am excited to report both The International Society for the Study of Subtle Energies and Energy Medicine (ISSSEEM) and ACEP have accepted my papers for their conferences next year, and will be discussing the contribution of the Zoroastrians to modern quantum medicine - strange subject I know, but I have always been fascinated by the 'sudrah', a magical undervest that all Zoroastrians wear that has nine special pockets that work like crab pots to catch the etheric dross from the human bio?eld. Each time these pockets are washed or stitched, special powerful prayers are recited. I love investigating whether there is any evidence for this kind of religious talisman actually working. My opinion is that the 'sudrah' is one of man's simplest but most useful inventions.
I hope you are able to join us in India in January for our first real open house at our research facility. We are arranging an exciting programme that is designed to maximise your learning in minimum time. We are conducting back-to-back trainings, starting with Medical Thermal Imaging with the US expert Kimberly Schipke from SafeScan. Then we turn to PIP Biofield and Resonant Field Imaging, with yours truly. The main event, is a three-day course in Electro Photon Imaging, which is the evolution of Gas Discharge Visualization, with Krishna Madappa and Dmitry Orlov, the senior trainers for the device's inventor, Korotkov. We will also be offering training in ES teck - a device which I think is the medical tool of the decade and a must for every results-based medical practitioner.
A montage of the images of the devices in this workshop. *
Back to the Ayurveda Conference in Bangalore, India. On the second day, the crowd was absolutely huge, with 500,000 visitors expected at the free clinics and exhibition. I can vouch for these numbers, as it was packed. I spoke for only eight minutes, but the interest was so intense that the crowd knocked our IT Director, off his feet as he tried to distribute the free CD's of my slideshow! Because of that interest and for other reasons, I am even more convinced than ever about the trust that the masses have in traditional medicine and its modern scientific face.
I have met so many of the world leaders of Ayurveda that my head is spinning. The interest is huge in continental Europe and the Indians themselves have recently collaborated to prove that their Ayurvedic cure for rheumatic arthritis is more effective than the modern pharmaceutical treatment. I look forward to giving you more details
Dr Thornton Streeter: Centre for Biofield Sciences
Back to the Ayurveda Conference in Bangalore, India. On the second day, the crowd was absolutely huge, with 500,000 visitors expected at the free clinics and exhibition.
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