Mesmerism Is Bad For Business
Mainstream “experts” refer to James Braid as “the Scottish doctor who exploded the myth of animal magnetism and introduced hypnotism.”
Why? Because animal magnetism (Mesmerism) is “bad for business” if you’re attached to the Medical Matrix.
Hypnotism can make you feel “positive” about having any disease in the book from A to Z.
Mesmerism can overcome any disease in the book from A to Z, a “cardinal sin,” according to Medical Hive Mind Theology.
According to James Esdaile, M.D. (The Zoist, Oct. 1846) …
“March 7th. D. Canvan, a private in H.M.’s 50th regiment: saw him for the first time to-day. He complains of great tenderness on pressure all over the chest, and especially under the short ribs on the right side; his chest feels contracted, and he cannot take a deep respiration. The knee-joint of the same side is contracted, and the ankle and toes are stiff and immovable; there is great tenderness in the calf of the leg, and he cannot put his foot on the ground.
“He says, that he found himself in this state of recovery from a delirious fever, three weeks ago, and in the list I received, his case is put down as ‘delirium tremens.’ Believing him to be suffering from a neuralgic affection of the muscles of respiration and of the leg, I began to mesmerise him, without a word of explanation, or leading him to expect anything. In a short time he breathed freer, and in a quarter of an hour could take a deep breath, and permitted me to poke his sides and chest without it annoying him. The process was extended to the leg, and without my touching it, the knee gradually relaxed — the ankle and toes became flexible, and at the end of half an hour the leg was perfectly straight, and he moved it freely in all directions without pain. I shall never forget the man’s astonishment as he went on. He kept crying, ‘How strange! how wonderful! how delightful! Great God! it’s a miracle!’ Till at last his excitement and bewilderment became so ludicrous that I was obliged to cease from laughing.
“As he slept ill, I desired the hospital apprentice to try to put him to sleep the same night. He was mesmerised for twenty minutes lying on the coverlet; at the end of this time, I called upon him loudly by name, without disturbing him, and he was then lifted and put under the quilt, sleeping soundly.
“March 12th. His cramped position in the cart for so many hours daily, brings back the pains in his leg, but they can always be chased away by a few minutes local mesmerising, as I have shewn to several parties of gentlemen I met on the road, and the knee continues straight — the chest is also free.
“I do not pretend to say that this man is cured, for his constitution was ruined; but I should be glad to know what else could have done so much for him.”
According to Adano Ley (Swami Nitty-Gritty) …
“A miracle is a term used to blanket our ignorance.”