Dr. James L. D’Adamo is the originator of the world-famous Blood Type Diet and director of the D’Adamo Institute for the Advancement of Natural Therapies. Dr. D’Adamo N.D., D.N.B. (Diplomate of National Board), first presented the world with his ground breaking discovery of natural healing based on a person's blood type with his first book One Man’s Food is Someone Else’s Poison (1980).
Cord Blood Banking, Vaccination, and Mainstream Influence: What Every Parent and Parent-to-be Should Know
Julie Cook is the author of Unvaccinated, Homeschooled, and TV-Free: It's Not Just for Fanatics and Zealots. She lives in Howell, Michigan and is homeschooling her daughter using the unschooling method. Julie holds a B.S. in Accounting, an M.A. in Instructional Design, an M.S.A. in Business Administration and is almost finished with a PhD in Psychology. She works full-time as a manager in one of the world's largest global technology firms.
Initially, I was hesitant to do this interview due to some of the subjects involved (exorcism, alien possessions, and UFOs). But after I learned of Mr Telman’s academic credentials, I wanted to gain more insight into these subjects. Mr Telman’s academic achievements (the most impressive I have seen to date) are:
BA( Bachelor of Arts)
LLB (Bachelor of Law)
DipClHyp (Diploma of Clinical Hypnotherapy)
GradDipEd (Graduate Diploma of Education)
Med (Master of Education)
MBA (Master of Business Administration)
Jack Challem, The Nutrition Reporter ™, is a personal nutrition coach and bestselling author based in Tucson, Arizona. He is one of America's most trusted nutrition and health writers, with 30 years of experience writing about research and clinical experience on nutrition, vitamins, minerals, and herbs. He is the author of The Food-Mood Solution, Feed Your Genes Right, The Inflammation Syndrome, and the lead author of Syndrome X: The Complete Nutritional Program to Prevent and Reverse Insulin Resistance.
Sean Blackwell is a former advertising executive, who in 1996 entered a state of ecstasy so intense that he thought he had died and was going to Heaven. The episode ended with Sean being handcuffed by two police officers and taken to a psychiatric emergency ward for refusing to put his clothes back on in a Toronto hotel ballroom. At the hospital, he accurately perceived that the psychiatrists completely misunderstood what was happening to him, as he was certain that he was undergoing a profound spiritual awakening.