A row has broken out between a ‘psychic surgeon’ who believes he once cured a man of cancer and a campaigner who says he is a con man.
Gary Mannion says he has been psychic since he was 13 but is furious a website called badpsychics.com ridicules his beliefs.
The Week (India), Sep, 8, 2002 http://www.the-week.com/22sep08/events1.htm By N. Bhanutej Prolonging life is one of man’s intense obsessions. Amita Sharma, 38, was no exception. Only, she was running out of time. The mother of three daughters with a master’s in psychology, had surgery for breast cancer in 1998. Three years later, cancer spread to the liver, and then the hip bones. Amita was in the fourth stage-the terminally ill phase-of the disease and there was little that modern medicine could do. Amita, however, clung on to life with yoga, positive thinking and faith. “I want to live for my daughters,”
Veena Minocha Hindustan Times, August 8, 2002 http://www.hindustantimes.com/news/181_33405,00110001.htm The 2nd to the 4th of August 2002 marked an extraordinary time for Delhi as it witnessed the world renowned Psychic Surgeon, the Reverend Alex Orbito, of the Philippines, perform his miraculous bare-hand surgeries, on over a hundred patients! Putting all strong scepticism under their belts, and opening up to try and understand this major psychic phenomenon, the metaphysical peoples of Delhi got together to witness this amazing showcase of other dimensional physical laws, not yet within the conceptual or physical reality of mere humans. Watching this rare showcasing of spiritual surgery