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eBook The Miracle Man: The Life Story Of Joao De Deus epub
  • ISBN: 064633767X
  • Author: Robert Pellegrino-Estrich
  • Genre: Religion
  • Subcategory: Worship & Devotion
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Triad Pub USA Inc (November 1, 1997)
  • Pages: 172 pages
  • ePUB size: 1713 kb
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The comparisons between the two is interesting, but book only mentions Arigo in passing.

The comparisons between the two is interesting, but book only mentions Arigo in passing. There apparently are other Brazilian Spiritual Healers as well as Joao and deceased Arigo. The latter was in civil service at the local level and had no interest in healing whatsoever.

Joao de Deus puts our reality at risk, defying the certainties of medical science, forcing us to replace it with one of hope and . Published September 1st 2002 by Robert Pellegrino-Estrich (first published November 1st 1997).

Joao de Deus puts our reality at risk, defying the certainties of medical science, forcing us to replace it with one of hope and joy. The story of Joao de Deus shakes the bedrock of common beliefs, kindling an ancient memory that rings only too true: that with love and dedication all things are possible. For forty four years this extraordinary man has incorporated spiritual entities to effect healings on thousands of sick people every week. He does not charge for his services. The Miracle Man. The Life Story of Joao de Deus.

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В книге приводится ряд археологических свидетельств того, что человек существует гораздо дольше, чем принято обычно считать Автор рассказывает, как эти свидетельства соотносятся с материалами, почерпнутыми из ведич Жанр Прочая научная литература.

A man dies in hospital from cardiac arrest

book by Robert Pellegrino-Estrich.

Selection from 'The Miracle Man: The Life Story of João de Deus' (1997) by Robert Pellegrino-Estrich. A gifted spirit medium, João de Deus incorporates spirit entities who perform physical surgery and psychic healing through him with miraculous results

Selection from 'The Miracle Man: The Life Story of João de Deus' (1997) by Robert Pellegrino-Estrich. A gifted spirit medium, João de Deus incorporates spirit entities who perform physical surgery and psychic healing through him with miraculous results. Thoughts of our origins and the purpose of our existence most often occur in that brief moment before we slide into sleep state. When our day's work is done, we watch the six o'clock news and grow weary from too much television.

Pellegrino-Estrich, Robert (1997) The Miracle Man: The Life Story of Joao de Deus. Australia, Triad Publishers. Yousaf M. (1989) Structural interpretation of seismic reflection data from Eastern Salt Range and Potwar Plateau, Pakistan // The American Association of Petroleum Geologists Bulletin. 1981 MUFON UFO Symposium Proceedings. Seguin, Texas, MUFON, Inc. Pp. 93–129. Philostratus (1912) The Life of Apollonius of Tyana: 2 vols, Translated by F. C. Conybeare. London, William Heinemann. Polo de Ondegardo Juan (1916) Informaciones Acerca de la Religion y Gobierno de los Incas.

The miracle man. by Robert Pellegrino-Estrich. Joao Teixeira da Faria. Published 2001 by Triad Publishers in Cairns, Qld. Includes bibliographical references.

New York, H. Holt and Company

New York, H. Holt and Company.

A man dies in hospital from cardiac arrest. After thirty minutes of clinical death, a phone call to Joao de Deus, 1200 km away in central Brazil, raises the man from death, completely healed; verified by his doctors.

Is Joao a modern Christ? Read this riveting account of the greatest healing phenomenon of our time. When people, totally paralysed, rise from their wheelchairs and the profoundly blind have their eyesight restored, after modern medicine has given up on them, one feels deeply stirred to ask some fundamental questions.

Joao de Deus puts our reality at risk, defying the certainties of medical science, forcing us to replace it with one of hope and joy. The story of Joao de Deus shakes the bedrock of common beliefs, kindling an ancient memory that rings only too true: that with love all things are possible.

Comments: (7)
Virn
I have read this at least twice and found it both amazing and sad. Amazing because of the selfless giving of a unique and gifted man who takes healing to a new dimension with full transparency, yet sad that many of those he has helped in nothing short of a miraculous way throw him in prison because he does not fit into societal norms of what is acceptable and non threatening.
Goltizuru
If you are one, as I am, who is in the process of exploring (questioning) reality, then this is a must-read. And if you are "terminally" ill.... or know someone who is, this is even more of a must-read. This LIVING Brazilian healer performs more miracles per working day than Jesus is recorded to have done in his entire ministry. This man works in front of crowds, with video recording etc. Cases are documented for those who wish such documentation. The really AMAZING THING is that no one has reviewed this book yet.... and that there is only 1 English language book on the man who has healed hundreds of thousands, if not millions of people over a period of 40-50 years and is known popularly in Brazil, Peru.... and has treated successfully many "important" people including the current president of Peru, who awarded him a medal of honor. I though this was the age of information.... how come we haven't heard of Joao? The answer to that is simple: it is just too incredible.... so it is disregarded by most everyone except the desperately ill......
Binthars
A very good book for all those interested in spiritual healing via discarnate entity incorporation.
However, more of the healer's background would have been of interest. How and why did these manifestations begin? I had read John G. Fuller's book on "ARIGO -- Surgeon of the Rusty Knife" years ago and found it to be rather fascinating. Arigo's healing was primarily through the entity of Dr. Fritz, as I recall ....a deceased German MD. Arigo, who spoke only Portugese, spoke in German when incorporated, and wrote scripts for herbs in German as well. Joao, does much the same but utilzes numerous discarnate entities. The latter also uses "invisible surgeries," something I don't recall Arigo's entities doing. The comparisons between the two is interesting, but Pellegrino-Estrich's book only mentions Arigo in passing. There apparently are other Brazilian Spiritual Healers as well as Joao and deceased Arigo. The latter was in civil service at the local level and had no interest in healing whatsoever. But he started having dreams in which he was told that he should do healing work. He ignored them, but they kept recurring. He was told, in his dreams that if he did not comply with these orders, he would begin having headaches. And he did, and he continued to resist, and he was again warned and told to comply with the request. He was instructed that the headaches would increase in severity, which they did. Finally, he got tired of the suffering and gave in! At least that is how John Fuller tells it. He's in and out of trouble with the medical societies and authorities, and is routinely locked up. But he is such a nice guy, and cures some guard or a guard's family member, and so his cell door is inadvertedly left open, and out he wonders. Thus I was interested to see how it was that Joao got his start, but no details regarding such were forthcoming. Except to say that it began at age 16. At any rate, the book on Joao is an enjoyable read.
Quemal
The first half of the book was like rafting through the rapids. I would be flowing with the words and then was jarred by the typos and poor sentence structure. I found the book informative, but had difficulty getting the message out of some of the paragraphs.

By the second half of the book I was engrossed in the details of John of God's life and the typos were not as evident.

The book is written with a lot of heart, but the message is not easy to grasp. The publisher should have hired a proofreader before printing.
Cargahibe
I traveled to Abadiania, Brazil to search for spiritual help with my physical and mental needs. This book has and added a larger dimension of my trip and will help me when I return for my second trip.
Crazy
Well written, to the point and enough of a story to keep your attention. Very interesting as all of the John of God books are.
Andriodtargeted
The book is great but it was used and smelled like synthetic fragrance perfume. I can't keep it and it ruined the enjoyment of reading it. Even pure essential flower oils wouldn't cover it over time.
This was the jest book I read on John of god and appreciate the information it contained. I ten went to brail and saw how involved the author was with him. Great starting point for information.
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