Alternative Medicine and Miracles: A Grand Unified Theory

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University Press of America, 2004 - Health & Fitness - 261 pages
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From the twentieth century to the present, the scientific medical establishment is taking consideration of alternative healing practices. Having witnessed positive results, medical researchers are facing urgent inquiries. What is the nature of these phenomena? Are these practices a violation of the laws of nature? Do miracles defy the laws of nature? According to author Reginald O. Crosley, M.D., the exotic scientific principles revealed in quantum mechanics, relativity theories, strings theory, and chaos theory, directly correspond to alternative medicines and miraculous healings. Crosley, in a 'grand unified theory, ' holds that modern physics underlines the phenomena observed in unconventional modalities.
 

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Contents

Holistic Medicine From PreHistory to Modern Time
1
In Search of A Theory of Miracles
31
Creation The First Great Miracle
42
Miracles in the Biblical World
54
Miracles in Near Death Experiences NDE and Out of Body Experiences OBE
67
The Making of a MiracleWorker
77
NonClerical MiracleWorkers
100
Miraculous Healings and Shamanism
119
Miracles in the World of Science
167
How to Become a MiracleWorker
207
Glossary
231
Bibliography
237
Index
247
About the Author
261
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Reginald O. Crosley, M.D. is a physician in private practice, a student of modern and contemporary metaphysics, and a scholar in the humanities.

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