The Edgar Cayce Way of Overcoming Multiple Sclerosis: Vibratory Medicine

The Edgar Cayce Way of Overcoming Multiple Sclerosis: Vibratory Medicine

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by Dudley Delany
     
 

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ISBN-13:
9780965790338
Publisher:
Meridian Publications
Publication date:
03/01/1998
Pages:
120
Product dimensions:
5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x (d)

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The Edgar Cayce Way of Overcoming Multiple Sclerosis - Vibratory Medicine 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
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A success story is always encouraging, especially if it helps us to break out of the commonly held belief that certain illnesses have, as yet, no cure. In The Edgar Cayce Way of Overcoming Multiple Sclerosis: Vibratory Medicine, Dr. Dudley Delany, a now retired chiropractor, massage therapist, and registered nurse, challenges the medical viewpoint of multiple sclerosis as an incurable disease. Dr. Delany's inspiring account of how he successfully reversed his own symptoms of MS with therapies recommended in the Cayce readings is indeed a fountain of hope for the estimated 2 1/2 million people worldwide who suffer from this often debilitating condition. In the Cayce readings, the usual cause of MS is seen as a deficiency of gold in the body related to a failure of the digestive system to properly assimilate that mineral from dietary sources. The holistic approach recommended by Edgar Cayce for the treatment of MS includes diet, spinal manipulation, massage, disciplines for spiritual attunement, and, in particular, a device known as the Wet Cell Battery, designed to introduce into the ailing system the vibratory energy of gold. The body responds to vibratory gold by increasing its assimilation of that element. Dr. Delany provides a detailed description of the construction, operation, and care of the Wet Cell Battery and a related device, the Radial Appliance. One chapter outlines the relative merits of each device, enabling the reader to make an informed choice as to which of the two instruments might be more appropriate for his or her specific condition. Clear illustrations are used to explain both the function of these appliances and the manner in which they are applied to the body in a treatment session. A special section on diet addresses the nutritional guidelines to be followed in the treatment of multiple sclerosis. The widespread occurrence of celiac disease (gluten intolerance) and other food sensitivities among MS patients is also discussed. Two chapters dedicated to answering the most commonly asked questions provide a wealth of specific information, compiled from the author's unique perspective as both a health professional and an MS patient who has personally experienced the regenerative powers of vibratory medicine. Now in its fifth edition, Dr. Delany's well-written book revolutionizes our understanding of multiple sclerosis and encourages those who are afflicted, or who have loved ones with this condition, to apply, as Dr. C. Norman Shealy says in the foreword, 'the very simple and safe treatments Cayce proposed well over 50 years ago.'