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Today's Medicine and the Power of Light


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The Cure that Time Forgot:

Bio-Photonic Therapy/Ultraviolet Blood Irradiation



It all began as a riveting conversation with my friend, Matt,

as he recounted his experiences while in Togo, West Africa.

“It was amazing Tom!,” he said. “We had a young boy with what

we diagnosed as advanced rabies come into the hospital. The hospital

that I was with had no medicines to treat him, so I decided to give the

UBI device that I had brought down with me a shot. Since rabies is

always fatal unless there is intervention, we really had little to lose. On

Tuesday we worked quickly to administer the first therapy. The next

day we actually began to see signs of recovery. We administered another

two treatments within the next few days, and you wouldn’t believe it;

he made a full recovery and was discharged from the hospital!”

As I sat pondering what Matt, a registered nurse, had just told me,

I couldn’t help but feel skeptical about his miracle story. Deadly rabies

cured in just THREE days by ultraviolet light? That’s just too good to

be true. Matt was probably just overly excited, I told myself.

But when Matt pressed me about the potential of opening a clinic

where we would exclusively offer this UBI therapy, I decided to humor

him and do some research. “What do they call it again?” I thought as

I sat down in front of the computer screen. I racked my brain for a

moment as the cursor blinked within Google’s search engine box just

begging me to enter the words that would change my life. “Ultraviolet

Blood Irradiation!” I suddenly recalled. I quickly typed the words in the

box and up popped a number of results. As I began to read through

all of the information, some of my initial skepticism slowly started to

dissipate.

“Humm...it’s got 70 years of history. Okay, so it’s been around

awhile. Here it says that there are virtually no side effects and that it

has an efficacy rate of 60-80%”, I read out loud. I was starting to see a

trend. A Positive Effect On Over 60 Diseases, read another title. I came

across one success story after another. Some of them are as follows:


Lyme~

“Two siblings, 8 and 10, had suffered with Lyme disease to the

degree that they could no longer function in school. After three weeks

of Ultraviolet Blood Irradiation treatments, they were restored to

complete health and were able to return to school.” ~ Utah MD

— 3


Viral Heart~

“I couldn’t walk for more than a block because of a viral heart

disease that doctors had finally given up on. After just two treatments I

walked two miles in the cold with ease which is something I would NEVER

have tried before.” ~ Carl


Rash~

“I lived for five years with a horrible rash on my face. After one UBI

treatment it completely disappeared. It was a miracle!” ~ Jessica

As Good as Dead~

“She was a mess and was told that she would die in a few days.

Two UBI treatments later she did a 180 degree turn around.

It was without precedent…this thing is really a modern wonder.”

~ Nevada MD


Shingles~

“I was covered with shingles from head to buttocks and was horribly

uncomfortable. The hospital gave me no relief.” After one UBI

treatment and the patient called our office and said, “What magic is

inside of that thing? My shingles are gone!” ~ Florida Patient


“Alright”, I thought, so it seems like this therapy has done some good

for people. Now my interest was piqued, but my whole life I had been

conditioned to trust the traditional medical community. It was hard for me

to accept that there might be something so simple and yet so effective that

was largely unknown. I decided to roll up my sleeves and get down to the

business of learning all I could about this intriguing therapy.



A long road journey
The Journey

The Journey

This started my journey of searching for answers. Being a researcher at

heart and still questioning this “unapproved” therapy, I made the decision to

set aside a couple weeks for intense internet searching to prove or disprove

the “Power of Light”.


“Who should I believe?”

This question strikes at the heart of any true researcher. Over the years

I have discovered that many entities have vested interests in their studies.

Unfortunately, because of ulterior motives, not all studies can be trusted.

In today’s drug infested culture, most often the concern is not to get to

the root of the illness and take care of the core issues, but rather to relieve

the symptoms and make some money in the process. Don’t get me wrong,

studies are good, but studies can also be misleading. One can manipulate

the results in their favor and make it appear positive when in the grand

scheme of things, the medicine that they are promoting is not contributing

to the overall health of the individual. Asking things such as, “What types of

controls were in place during the research” and “Who funded the study” are

necessary questions to for any researcher to consider.

My concern from the beginning was to come at this from a skeptic’s

point of view. At the heart of my efforts was a question that I needed to

have answered; “Is all that I am hearing regarding UBI actually substantive

and if so, what am I going to do about it?”

In fact, at this point, you don’t have to take

my word for it. Why don’t you do a little research

of your own? Just type in Ultraviolet Blood

Irradiation, BioPhotonic therapy, photoluminescence,

Photopheresis or even light therapy.



Journal of Photochemistry and Photobiology
The Cure that Time Forgot

An article from Harvard Professor Michael Hamblin:

In light of the Antibiotic Resistant Super bugs like MRSA, it is almost

criminal that this safe therapy should not be considered as a common

treatment.

Dr Michael Hamblin is a leading researcher in light and medicine.

It is said that he is the world’s top expert on light therapy. Over the past

25 years he has published over 350 peer-reviewed research papers and

written 5 textbooks on Light and Medicine.

In the above review. Dr Hamblin and others makes the case for

bringing back UBI.

“This review discusses the potential of UBI as an alternative approach to

current methods used to treat infections, as an immune-modulating therapy

and as a method for normalizing blood parameters….”

He finishes the 8-page review with over 90 medical references and the

statement,

“We would like to propose that UBI be reconsidered

and reinvestigated as a treatment for systemic infections

… in patients who are running out (or who have

already run out) of options. Patients at risk of death

from sepsis could also be considered as candidates for

UBI….”

When I started over 10 years ago, this information

was not available, so I scoured the internet for

over two weeks gathering information and

learning about this treatment. This involved,

among other things, bookmarking, reading,

printing out long articles, looking for flaws and

especially looking for negative research. I found that

as hard as I tried, I could not locate anything negative about UBI.


Even the American Cancer Society

got in on the action

.

“Ultraviolet blood irradiation treatment is approved by the US Food and Drug Administration for treating T-cell lymphoma involving the skin. Clinical trials look promising for the treatment of immune system diseases such as multiple sclerosis, rheumatoid arthritis, lupus, rejection of transplanted organs and graft versus host disease.”


The statement is in reference to a special type of UBI treatment called Photophersis - Therakos System. Although somewhat more complicated than the type of UBI treatment you’ll find at your typical alternative doctor’s office, this still shows the wonderful effects of ultraviolet light in medical applications.

My studies took me from one site to the next and in the days that followed, the walls that I had built up to this type of “crazy talk” would slowly begin to crumble.

The memories came flooding back of the day in 1975, when my first boy was born into this world. Initially, he was jaundiced...maybe you too have had a baby who was jaundiced. So, what does the hospital do? They put them under a bilirubin light (blue light) to help the liver break down the bilirubin so that the baby will not suffer brain damage. The same therapy that they used decades ago to get my son healthier is still used today in almost every hospital around the world.

For years light has been used in medical therapy. In the past, exposure to sunshine was a part of the regiment of therapies for a number of disorders.

Many are affected with SAD (Seasonal Affective Disorder) which is a recurrent major depressive disorder that usually manifests at a specific time of the year and fully disappears otherwise. You can walk into almost any Walmart or similar store and find these special lights for home treatment.

You might like to know that my journey is still ongoing today. After my studies, I ended up co-founding a UBI clinic where we treated many different diseases with astounding results. I was convinced. From sitting in the sunlight to treating scar tissue with a laser, to re-growing hair with red light, THE HEALING POWER OF LIGHT IS IRREFUTABLE!

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