Could a true “healing miracle” have happened in California in 2014? That’s what one health researcher is now saying… and it’s sparking controversy across the United States.
Brian Chambers, a published health author and journalist, is claiming that a medical clinic in California was able to cure 5 patients suffering from incurable diseases by using an “ancient religious technique.” These diseases included late-stage cancer, heart disease and multiple sclerosis.
In one shocking case, a 40-year-old Oklahoma woman was suffering from terminal invasive breast cancer. The malignant tumors had taken over her torso and lymph nodes. But after the religious technique, a scan of her body showed zero trace of cancer. Every tumor had disappeared as if by magic.
Chambers first made his findings public in May 2015. To bolster his case, Chambers is now revealing the exact location of the “miracle” for any interested American.
Here are some of the other “miracles” that are fueling the controversy. These patients’ stories – and their miraculous cures – are a matter of public record.
A 71-year-old man from Portland, Oregon had arteries so clogged with plaque that his cardiologists warned him a deadly stroke was imminent. With no treatment options, the unfortunate man was sent home to die. Instead, he tried the technique. After it was finished, his doctors were stunned to find no sign of arterial plaque.
An 83-year-old woman was so wracked with chronic back pain that she couldn’t even stand upright. Her life was constant misery. While she underwent this religious technique, her back was never even touched. But, a few weeks later, she practically skipped into her doctor’s office, free of pain and standing tall.
In a video report he recently released on this astonishing technique, Chambers is clear on one important point: This is not a kind of faith healing. It’s actually been tested and verified by the latest in medical science.
Results show that it’s unlike any other medicine on earth. But it’s completely unknown to almost all medical professionals and scientists.
Brian Chambers’ video report that started it all has now gone viral on the internet. In fact, the controversial video is still available here for free. However, because of the sensitive nature of the content, it’s unlikely to be available for long.
In the provocative video, Chambers explains exactly how an “ancient religious technique” could be responsible for curing terminal cancer, heart disease, Alzheimer’s, strokes, MS, chronic pain and many other diseases.