Thursday, August 11, 2011

Going With The Flow

This morning, after I just completed my enema, I received a call from my holistic doctor, Dr Devi from Ipoh. He said he is in town to deliver an acupuncture presentation to a group of young students studying Physiotherapy. He asked to come over so that he can treat my coughing with acupuncture. I got less than an hour to prepare and pack my juices and head for town. Anyway, I managed to reach the college half an hour late. After the presentation, Dr Devi asked me to sit in front of the students so that he can show how acupuncture is done. So treating me and using me as a demo patient at the same time. Many of the students asked me if it was painful and I said a little ant bite just in the beginning. After that, more and more students volunteered to have themselves be treated for sinus, headache, backaches, etc.

Dr Devi brought two acupuncturists (former students) who graduated from Dr Devi's acupuncture academy over 15 years ago to assist in treating the students as part of the demo. One of the acupuncturist, an Indian lady in the 60s told me that he met Dr Devi 15 years ago when she was diagnosed with early stage leukemia. She checked out of the hospital immediately (before receiving any treatment) so that Dr Devi can treat her. Dr Devi used acupressure, herbal and vibrational medicine. She has been cancer free ever since and now a practicing acupuncturist in Kuala Lumpur with a partner, pointing to another Indian gentleman. She also said she has not visited any hospital for any treatment ever since.

Anyway, after 30 minutes, the acupuncturist (who was Dr Devi's daughter) started to pull out all the needles. While pulling out the needle on my left leg, some blood oozed out. It was almost black in color, bad blood! She said my circulation on the legs are blocked. Another acupuncturist who was observing said to me, "drink low dose of liquid chlorophyll to cleanse the blood". The acupuncturist was surprised when I told him I am a stage 4 kidney cancer patient. He said that could explain why the blood is dark in color. He said Dr Devi has cured many cancer patients (after conventional medicine has failed), in a way trying to assure me that I am in good hands.


  1. it would be very interesting to sample your blood to see what is in it that is causing it to go black.
    how do you feel after the treatment? "vibrational medicine" what is that. Is that a type of rife therapy? Anyway, i looking for a rife specialist here in sydney and came across this website. Here is a link to someone found who does rife therapy in your part of the world. Good luck.

  2. Dear John,

    Yes, it would be good to take a sample and sent it for analysis. Standard textbook answers are blood is a lighter color when carrying oxygen and darken when carrying carbon dioxide. If it's black, it's polluted with something or your kidneys/liver are having problems.

    The acupuncture treatment is for my cough. Anyway, he said I should cough a little more to flush out of the fluids from my lungs. Just have to wait and see.

    Vibrational Therapy, also called Vibrational Medicine and Energy Medicine, is based on the scientific principles that all matter vibrates to a precise frequency and that by using resonant vibration, balance of matter can be restored. In my case, the medicine is made from flowers of certain plants. These flowers vibrate at certain frequencies and is used to re-balance the system.

    In a way, it also resembles rife frequency therapy which uses a device to generate the frequencies. has an article on frequency generator here:

  3. Happiness is not a reward but a consequence.
    Suffering is not a punishment but a result.

  4. thanks for the link. i have read this article before. But now i know more because i have been reading the history of the rife machine.

    after reading the cancer tutor article, i think it may give some ideas on your situation. "5) There is cancer in their bones or bone marrow and nutritional protocols may not be able to reach the cancer cells. " You may expand this to kidney cancer as well in my opinion. As i think you have stated this before in other posts. I think a course of the GB-4000 would be an excellent adjunct therapy.


    please listen to about half way through, they talk about blood before and after a rife session

  6. No, happiness is a reward, cause you have a choice to choose it. But suffering i agree that it is a result and not a punishment. Well thanks for a great read, looking forward to see more and to learn more from you.

  7. Happiness i a choice. Suffering is a result. The lesson is we must think before we do anything. Suffering is not visible to anyone until it happens.