Using our unique Protocol, 80% of cases of suspected spirit possession are resolved in one session lasting an average of just eight minutes. Here is the evidence.
This research was made possible by the contributions of dedicated research collaboration and private pledges of just $10 per month. This is to say a big ‘Thank you‘ to our Patrons for your support during 2019. Without your support this research would not have been possible. For further analysis and case studies join our Patrons and share in our success as we break new ground in the treatment of suspected spirit possession. Click on the link below for the first test report.
Here is a recording of a very brief 20 minute glimpse into a presentation of our research into suspected cases of spirit possession or obsession. This was presented to the 43rd Annual Conference of the Society for Psychical Research in the UK.
Research methods are known and available for medicine to evaluate the efficacy of any medical or therapeutic intervention in the treatment of any specific illness. But no one is conducting research into the efficacy of Spirit Release Therapy or Remote Spirit Release methods in the treatment of mental illness. Why is that so? The diseases are there and the problems associated with treating them are growing. But the remedy is also there, so why is there no research to answer the question ‘Do these methods work?
Here is a conference presentation that explains how a non-conventional treatment method can be integrated with the search for best practice in the treatment of psychosis with research and the training of skilled practitioners to solve the problem. All that is required is a scientific institution, a medical school, a psychiatric clinic or a university psychology research department to take the question seriously. This is an open invitation.
My presentation to the British Psychological Society’s transpersonal psychology section annual conference at the University of South Wales. The presentation took 45 minutes, so it has been divided into three separate clips within its own playlist.
I’ll be presenting one of my case studies where I am using a controversial method of treating Dissociative Identity Disorder (DID) which was formerly known as Multiple Personality Disorder (MPD). It will be interesting to see how this section of the British Psychological Society receives my method.