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A man under my treatment had suffered for years from recurrent itching around the calf muscles. Eczema and strange sores appeared at random intervals. Medical examinations, including allergy tests and biospies, were unable to find the source of the problem. Skin doctors recommended various creams that all proved to be ineffective. Treatment with antibiotics resulted in an easing of the symptoms, but only temporarily. A short time later the itching and sores would reappear.
Aliens: The problem is caused by a bacterial infection, similar to the ‘flesh-eating’ bacteria, but less pernicious. The bacteria attack the top two layers of the skin. The skin erupts when the body’s immune system is weak. The bacteria has developed immunity to antibiotics. Antibiotic treatment doesn’t destroy the bacteria, it causes it to be dormant for a period of time. The bacteria originate in tropical areas. It attacks only particular populations and not others. This is based on genetic composition. In tropical areas, the bacterial infection results in deep skin infections, which leave craters in the skin. We treat it as a genetic problem. Our treatment involves the genetic engineering of a ‘friendly’ bacteria commonly found in the human intestine, which we extract from the patient. We engineer this bacteria in such a way as to ensure its attacking and defeating the infectious bacteria that is causing the problem. Once it has been engineered, we duplicate it many times and return it in large quantity to the patient’s body. In addition, we recommend that the patient take baths in Dead Sea salts. These salts, while they destroy bacteria and fungi, are not harmful to the body’s cells. On the contrary, the body needs the minerals that are in these salts.
Read more on these issues in Adrian Dvir's book: X3, Healing Entities and Aliens
and attention riveting metaphysical journey, September 21, 2003
Reviewer: Midwest Book Review from Oregon, WI USA
Informatively written by Adrian Dvir (an expert computer engineer who first discovered his ability to communicate telepathically in 1992, and first contacted aliens in the year 1994), X3: Healing, Entities, And Aliens is an exciting and attention riveting metaphysical journey into mind-expanding experiences and the positive intentions of entities from beyond this world. Offering a grand, detailed, investigative account that fleshes out seemingly supernatural occurrences in great detail, and enhanced with an accompanying CD, X3: Healing Entities and Aliens is a unique and very welcome contribution to Metaphysical Studies reference collections and UFO Studies reading lists.
|Adrian Dvir documents his own and others, Healers and Mediums outstanding daily collaboration in ISRAEL, with Beings from parallel dimensions or realms. These invisible beings act as medical teams. They are Alien ET Extraterrestrials and ED Extra-Dimensional medical teams. The paranormal and mystical events becomes a daily experience, with practical results for suffering sick people. Parallel realms of existence are described. The book includes a PC HTML based CD with high resolution Video Clips streaming of Patients testimony, Healers stories and Beings messages and answers as channeled by Trans Mediums. This is the next step in out of this world contact beyond random UFO sightings, Crop circles, unexpected encounters and alike.|
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