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Books About Psychic Healing
And Trance Healers In Brazil

The Brazilian Healer with the Kitchen Knife: And Other Stories of Mystics, Shamans, and Miracle Makers

Dr. Fritz, Joao de Deus & other Psychic Healers

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Dr. Fritz the Phenomenon of the Millenium: The Author's True Story Between the Spiritual and Material Worlds

Dr. Fritz: The Phenomenon Of The Millenium
(The Author's True Story Between
The Spiritual And Material Worlds)

by William Moreira

This book is the most profound in explaining and proving to our material world the existence of the spiritual world and its relation to our lives. Dr. Fritz is the most incredible example of the existence of the spiritual world related to ours. In this book we can feel the author's connection in trying to help us in our incertitude of life after death. He took more than 3,000 photos (180 photos are in the book) of incredible healing surgeries done by the power of the spiritual fluid affecting our bodies."Dr. Fritz" phenomenon is alive and happening in Rio de Janeiro at this present moment, as of the time this book is being printed. The author left October 8, 2001 to Rio de Janeiro to have a cancerous melanoma surgery done by this spiritual phenomenon without anesthesia or any modern concept. The medium Rubens de Faria, Jr. is presently working on this phenomena. The religious leaders know about it but try to cover this great contact because of controversial ideals of archaic beliefs not following men's evolution. --book description


In Search Brazil'S Quantum Surgeon: The Dr. Fritz Phenomenon

In Search Of Brazil's Quantum
Surgeon: The Dr. Fritz Phenomenon

by Masao Maki

An amazing account of the medical work of Dr. Fritz: a German surgeon from WWI who has incarnated in human form five times to demonstrate miraculous healing abilities in ordinary people, most recently a computer engineer named Rubens. Maki originally went to Brazil in the hopes of debunking Dr. Fritz but became completely convinced that the phenomena is real: over one million people have been treated by Fritz, including cancer patients had been previously deemed terminally ill. The book attests to the reality of the hidden realms of energy and spirit that constitute and interact with our physical bodies. The episodes documented in the book also confirm our ability to use life-energy creatively and constructively. The Dr. Fritz phenomenon defies reason and that is why it so important for us to come to terms with it. --an Amazon reader
 

The Brazilian Healer with the Kitchen Knife: And Other Stories of Mystics, Shamans, and Miracle Makers

The Brazilian Healer with the Kitchen Knife:
And Other Stories Of Mystics, Shamans,
And Miracle Makers

by Sandy Johnson

Moved by her own struggle to recover from breast cancer, Sandy Johnson explores with curiosity and a measure of healthy skepticism the work of healers, miracle-makers, and transformers of the mind, body, and soul. She travels the world-- from a beachside compound in Hawaii to a remote village in Brazil-- to meet face-to-face with the most acclaimed healers. She often experiences their work first-hand and reports, with fascinating detail, the story of their real-life miracles and incredible feats. She also writes about the wonder of the "placebo effect," which seems to give some people the faith they need to begin healing on their own. You'll meet Katie Engelhardt, a young woman from Tennessee, who is able to intuit and then often heal the ailments of people while in a trancelike state. Sometimes, after entering her trance, goldlike metal flakes appear on her face, neck, back, and hands. In another chapter, "Bundji," an Australian man with Aboriginal ancestors, tells how he was led to resurrect the healing methods of his people and now travels the world to heal those in need with "love, light, and energy." Dr. Ruth Ziemba, a traditionally trained nurse and chiropractor, explains why her treatments require only the lightest pressure with hands her patients say emanate an intense, healing heat. You'll also meet John of God, the Brazilian with the kitchen knife, who treats as many as 3,000 people at a time, excising tumors, ending blindness, and curing arthritis and cancer at his Casa de San Inacio in a remote Brazilian village. --an Amazon reviewer


The Book of Miracles: The Healing Work of Joao De Deus

The Book Of Miracles:
The Healing Work Of Joćo De Deus

by Josie Ravenwing

Book Description: In this breathtaking, luminous account of the work of famous Brazilian healer Joao de Deus (John of God), author Josie RavenWing describes a world in which miraculous healing is a common occurrence and where love is the predominant energy.


Man of Light: The Extraordinary Healing Life of Mauricio Panisset

Man Of Light: The Extraordinary
Healing Power Of Mauricio Panisset

by Kimberly Curcio


The Miracle Man: The Life Story Of Joao De Deus

The Miracle Man:
The Life Story Of Joćo De Deus

by Robert Pellegrino-Estrich

A man dies in hospital from cardiac arrest. After thirty minutes of clinical death, a phone call to Joao de Deus, 1200 km away in central Brazil, raises the man from death, completely healed; verified by his doctors. Is Joao a modern Christ? Read this riveting account of the greatest healing phenomenon of our time. When people, totally paralysed, rise from their wheelchairs and the profoundly blind have their eyesight restored, after modern medicine has given up on them, one feels deeply stirred to ask some fundamental questions. Joao de Deus puts our reality at risk, defying the certainties of medical science, forcing us to replace it with one of hope and joy. The story of Joao de Deus shakes the bedrock of common beliefs, kindling an ancient memory that rings only too true: that with love all things are possible.
--book description
 

Spiritual Alliances: Discovering The Roots
Of Health At The Casa De Dom Inacio

by Emma Bragdon

Spiritual Alliances: Discovering The Roots Of Health At The Casa De Dom Inacio by psychologist and alternative medicine expert Emma Bragdon looks at the spiritual healing work of Joao de Deus (John of God), who has applied his talent to people with AIDS, cancer, and physical and emotional problems of all kinds. His healing center, the Casa de Dom Inacio de Loyola, welcomes people of all faiths and expects no payment for Joao's aid. Highly recommended to students of metaphysics, spirituality, and alternative medicine, Spiritual Alliances explores the daily happenings at the Casa de Dom Inacio, and presents stirring testimonies of those who have been touched by spiritual healing. --an Amazon reviewer
 

Arigo: Surgeon Of The Rusty Knife
by John Grant Fuller
limited availability

Ze Arigo was a well known healer in Brazil, his healing work through surgery, allways free of charge, went on for many years, hundreds of people a day, till he died in a car accident in 1971. John Fuller's book, writen with Dr. Andrija Puharich is a very good piece of research, well documented. Anyone who is interested in phenomena that shows facts that science is far from explaining, will get a precious source of information from John Fuller's book. Even though skepticism comes about when we face cases like Arigo, there is an unending source of documentation about his life and the authenticity of his work. Scientists, politicians, wealthy people as well hundreds of thousands of simple people were operated by him. --an Amazon reviewer


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