Does “Anomalous Healing” Need the Healer? | William F. Bengston

Can “Anomalous Healing” Be Captured and Reproduced Without the Healer?

William F. Bengston

In numerous mice experiments with both mammary adenocarcinoma and methylcholanthrene-induced sarcoma, inexperienced volunteer healers were successful in producing full-lifespan cures in these otherwise fatal cancer models. Results indicate that: once cured, mice apparently are not affected by further re-injections of the cancer; transplantation of cells from remitting tumors will cure fully infected mice without further healing intervention; a “treated” cancer line no longer will seed forward; there are apparent anomalous geomagnetic and REG readings which occur in the lab rooms only while the mice have cancer. Further results indicate that these effects seem to be independent of distance. And, mice in an experiment apparently can become “entangled” or “resonantly bonded,” so that a treatment to one cage apparently affects all cages in the experiment.

On one hand there appear to be both biological and physical data that might be used to reproduce the healing without the healer. On the other hand, the methodological complications that arise with apparent resonant bonding severely complicate any firm conclusion that “healing intent” has been isolated from that effect.

Bill Bengston is President of the Society for Scientific Exploration. His research has produced the first successful full-lifespan cures of transplanted mammary cancer and methylcholanthrene-induced sarcomas in experimental mice by “energy healing” techniques that he helped to develop. He also has investigated assorted correlates to healing such as geomagnetic micropulsations and both EEG and fMRI harmonics and entrainment.

Recorded at the 34th annual SSE Conference, May 28-30, 2015 at the Hilton Washington DC.

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Published on November 19, 2018