Here is a True Tale of Two People’s Experiences with Plasma
Margie and David
Margie was a middle-aged mom with two children.
She had gone to the hospital with advanced cancer. They opened her up, did a bowel resection to remove a large tumor, stitched her back up and said there was nothing more they could do. It had spread too much. I saw the photos of the incision after coming home and it was disgusting. It looked more like a pig going to a roast than a human being at the hands of a surgeon. I just had to throw that in.
Now Margie had the attitude of a warrior. She said, “I have two children; I am too young to die. I want to live.” I never met or talked to her but knew of her situation through a cousin of hers. This time was still quite early in our exploration of plasma but we had already developed our Blue Tube. One of these hand-held plasma devices was sent to her.
At the time she received the Blue Tube, she was dealing with a smelly discharge coming from the incision. Within four days of using the plasma pen, the discharge had reduced by 90%. This was near Christmas time and within about ten days of using the plasma pen she was able to go shopping for gifts with her husband. Her condition had improved that much. Within about four months she was in a normal state of health and complaining to her cousin, in jest, of course, that she was gaining too much weight.
It is important for me to attempt to make people aware that ultimately we are the lawgivers of our reality, and that no matter what condition we attempt to correct in the body, it is our individual responsibility to make the choices that determine our future.Wayne Wangler
The name of the second individual was David.
I had personally known him for about five years. He was 67 years old. He had never had much spark for life in him. His background as a child was one of foster homes and family chaos. David was dealing with advanced prostate cancer. When I heard about his condition a Blue Tube, the exact same design as Margie’s, was offered to him. He gladly accepted and I took it over to him personally.
We had an open discussion about his condition in that meeting. He was dealing with a lot of pain. David was well aware of the impact of attitudes on one’s health but even with that knowledge, the statement he made gave me a picture of his probable outcome.
David said, “I have had gastrointestinal problems since I was 17 years old and I really don’t like my body. I’m not sure I even want to carry on with this life”. We received an email about two weeks after that from him. The pain had decreased immensely and he had a renewed vigor for life. But that was short lived and the old emotional program returned. He left this plane some months later in a very painful demise.