Quadriplegic Man Walks Again
A 47-year-old man lost control of his motorcycle badly injuring his spine, breaking one of his legs and several ribs, leaving him paralyzed, unable to ever walk again. The nerve damage was so severe, he could barely use his arms. He was in such pain that he had to use a morphine pump. After visiting over 20 doctors throughout the US who could not help him, he tried BiomagScience.
He took to the magnets with great interest and started with three METs (Meridian Energy Therapy) daily. He also slept with magnets religiously placed on the sternum and pineal gland [Nightime]. In addition, he drank at least 8 to 10 glasses of Bio-Negative energized water every day.
By the end of three months he began to notice some feeling coming back into his legs, arms and hands. At this point, he still could not shake hands with me. His pains had subsided somewhat, but he continued to use the morphine pump.
He was religious in using the magnets and was dedicated to continuing on with the Meridian Energy Therapy. By the fourth month, he could sit up and do some writing with his hands. By the seventh month, he began to walk and had regained enough strength to look forward to regaining a normal life. However, he still had limited mobility, some aches and pain and continued with the morphine pump.
By the tenth month, he was able to walk to a car and sit up; most of his pain had subsided enough to remove the pump. Within in a year he was brave enough to climb aboard a “Segway” motor bike and take it out for a ride. Six months following this, he actually stood up on his Segway motor bike and drove two miles up curvy roads in the hills in Santa Barbara to show off his returned health and well-being. This man has normal health again and is back to running his business and leading a normal life.
Note from BiomagScience: We feel that if the individual had placed the nerve regeneration circuit on the breach on his spine instead of using the MET, based on what we have seen, we believe he would have healed much more quickly. The MET would have been an important step 2 to the protocols instead of the primary application.