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  • Posted January 4, 2011

    Challenge your beliefs... Find the love of Heaven in the compassionate beings who are here to assist the well being of humanity... Good Spirits are here to help you... See the life of one illiterate peasant who proves it to 8-20,000 people a month.

    I HAVE ACTUALLY visited the healing sactuary of the house of Saint Ignatius of Loyola in the village of Abadiania near the capital city of Brasilia in Brazil, once a year for three years. This place truly challenges human belief, especiallythe modernized western models and conceptions of health. It shows how an illiterate peasant, minor, tailor and business man freely receives an estimated 8-20,000 individuals a month and heals, or assists in the healing of many undiagnosed, misdiagnosed, and the so called incurable. 'There is no incurable. God is the only physician,' said the great Miracle Man of western Europe. Now here is as much proof as anyone can see, hear, taste or touch, for those that requore proof. For those that do not, this is a place of spiritual growth and one o the highest and only of its kind in the world. Medium Joao was recently featured on the Oprah Winfrey show, and has now successfully expanded his presence to the US by visiting the Omega Institute once a year in New York, and currently opening a new center in Sedona, Arizona.

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