I read the comments with keen interest. But my personal opinion on the subject of occult sciences and metaphysical world is strongly supporting. The field ofMessage 1 of 1 , Aug 31, 2012View Source
I read the comments with keen interest. But my personal opinion on the subject of occult sciences and metaphysical world is strongly supporting. The field of metaphysics exists. The treatment in absentia with the help of the photographs is possible irrespective of physical presence of the patients. In other words, distance is no bar. Our great sages used to radiate manteric benefic effects to the suffering souls in the absence of physical counterparts, through so called their energised effigies. The energized effigy and physical body are vibrating at same wavelength. Whatever radiations you are broadcasting to the effigy, will be spontaneously enveloping the same. We can chart out changes actually occurring on the physical bodies through photos. I have conducted numerous experiments with fruitful results. But it is not one man's job. There are many grey areas with unexplored research in such subjects.While my days of psychiatry department in 1983, I have observed certain patients gifted with powers of astral body projection, clairaudience and clairvoyance and many other undeveloped intellectual faculties which can't be pen downed. If any inquisitive person is interested, we can conduct experiments to the logical end. Simply, outrightly, rejecting any area where we have not done any work is something unpleasant and unscientific.The field of science, I underline is absolutely perceptive and hence physical. By sheer perception everything does not fall in physical range. So, I being out and out a scientific man does not mind when a standard research institute plunges in this venture of discovering the mysterious world for the larger interest of suffering humanity.
With warm personal regards,NikhilDr. Surender N. Gupta,MBBS; PGDHHM;PGDMCH;PGDCHFWM;FAIMS;;MA (Phil);FIMS;MAE (Epidemiology); OCCRTI
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--- On Fri, 8/31/12, Dr. Vitull K. Gupta MD <vitullgupta2000@...> wrote:
From: Dr. Vitull K. Gupta MD <vitullgupta2000@...>
Subject: [ima-punjab] Hindustan times: “Black magic expert is PGI’s Saturday special” 31.8.12
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Date: Friday, August 31, 2012, 9:41 AM
It is really very disheartening to know and that too being justified by the institutes spokesperson, that PGI, a premier medical institute of excellence is inviting ‘black magic expert’ to deliver a lecture, “black magic expert is PGI’s Saturday special” dated 31.8.12. I my view nothing more obnoxious can be thought of than to call a black magic expert to enlighten the PGI faculty. I hope Medical Council of India will take a serious note of it and initiate a strong action against all those who have conceived this idea, otherwise the days are not far that medical colleges will be holding lectures and teaching black magic, tantras, mantras as well as prescribe gem stones instead of medicines to the patients. Such a lecture should be immediately stopped.
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