Into the Light
by William Campbell Douglass and Alex Manyoma and Christian M. Desharnaisby Jacob Liberman (Author)
If you knew of a procedure that could save thousands, maybe millions, of people dying from AIDS, cancer, and other dreaded killers…Would you cover it up? The procedure called “photoluminescence”stimulates the body’s own immune responses. A proven therapy that uses the healing power of light to perform almost miraculous cures. Dr. Douglass explains how light therapy works to treat allergies, chronic fatigue, cancer, and other diseases. It’s unthinkable that what could be the best solution ever to stopping the world’s killer diseases is being ignored, scorned, and rejected. But that is exactly what’s happening. 50 years ago, it virtually disappeared from the halls of medicine. Why has this incredible cure been ignored by the medical authorities of this country? You’ll find the shocking answer here in the pages of this new edition of “Into the Light.” Join Dr. Douglass in seeking to effect the widespread implementation of this miraculous technology, and to explore its possibilities even further. Realizing those possibilities will mean the difference between health and sickness – and often, life and death – to millions of people. But it will mean the difference on an even larger scale. In the face of the AIDS epidemic and the biological welfare, the very survival of our way of life is at stake. The key to the future health of our culture lies with widespread implementation of photoluminescence. The solution is there if you will seize the opportunity. You can’t buy a phototherapy instrument needed for treatment. Your betters in Washington D & C do not approve of the therapy. However, it is not against the law to buy the individual parts and make your own – it is remarkably simple for anyone with a little carpenter in him. And naturally, we have enclosed the drawings n the book that explain how to assemble it.
Let There Be Light by Darius Dinshah (Author)
This slim volume contains a history including the origins of Spectro-Chrome, its early adoption by a number of courageous physicians and their success in applying it, and its subsequent persecution and virtual elimination by the AMA. Additionally, the volume contains enough information for the reader to acquire the inexpensive materials and test the effectiveness of the technique for him or herself. Spectro-Chrome involves shining light of specific colors on specific portions of the body in order to heal the disorder. It is non-invasive. If attention is paid to the results of the treatment so that errors (if any) can be corrected, it should be safe. As we are finding the limits of the pharmaceutical approach for the treatment of disease, this addition to a family’s personal medical arsenal seems warranted.