Healing is Voltage: The Handbook (Anglais) Broché – 21 juin 2010
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Graduated Darrouzett, TX High School 1957
Attended Texas Tech University 1957-1960
Attended University of Houston School of Optometry 1958-1959
Graduated with MD from University of TX Southwestern Medical School 1964
Internship Methodist Hospitals of Dallas 1964-65
Basic Science of Ophthalmology, Harvard Medical School 1965
Residency in Ophthalmology, Parkland Hospitals of Dallas, 1964-1968
Diplomat of American Academy of Ophthalmology
Diplomat of American Society of Ophthalmic Plastic Surgery
Private Practice of Ophthalmology 1964-1995
Director of Ophthalmic Plastic Surgery, Parkland Hospital 1965-1985
International Lecturer in Ophthalmic Surgery 1978-1995
Co-founder, Outpatient Ophthalmic Surgery Society
Lecturer in Energetic Medicine 1999-present
Phi Kappa Phi National Honor Society 1959
Dean's List, Texas Tech University 1959
Pre-med Student of the Year, Texas Tech 1959
SN Intern of the Year 1965
Philip Corboy Award for Distinguished Service to Ophthalmology 1986
American Academy of Ophthalmology Service Award
Order of St. Sylvester
Cataract Surgery, A Primer
Life in the Box
Healing is Voltage
Numerous medical articles
Various patents of medical instruments and other non-medical patents.
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First, the cons:
There is really only one major con, and that's already been discussed to death. The book formatting is not well done. OK, granted, it isn't the prettiest piece of work. That being said, it is certainly not so bad as to make the information unusable by any stretch of the imagination. In fact, quite the contrary is true, which I'll touch on in a moment.
Another reviewer suggested waiting until a second edition with improved formatting gets published. You could take that route if you want to. I suppose it just depends on how badly you need the information. Is it really worth allowing your health and your health care to continue to degenerate by not having this information, just so you can wait for a prettier format to come out? You'll have to decide that for yourself, but I know which way I would vote.
Here's a little advice for those who got completely hung up on the book's formatting issues and wrote caustic reviews because of them. If you're going to rip someone a new one for using less than perfect language skills, make sure your critique isn't written so poorly that you look functionally illiterate. Criticisms about someone else's use of language carry far more credibility when they aren't themselves filled with typographical errors, words used improperly, and sentences that have poor structure, worse grammar, and incorrect or non-existent punctuation. Something about glass houses and throwing stones comes to mind here.
Now, the Pros:
Dr. Tennant's book covers information that is right at the edge of medical science. As another reviewer mentioned, there are doubtless many doctors who would call this quackery, not because it is quackery, but because it's so far out on the leading edge that most mainstream medical people have had no exposure to it yet. Given our current medical police state, it's unlikely they will get any substantial exposure to this information from mainstream sources any time soon.
Let's be honest, the idea that electrical micro-currents play a major role in the health of the body is not something any pharmaceutical company can turn into a drug and patent at $10 per pill. If it can't be turned into a patented drug, it won't make it into the curriculum of any medical college. There will be no ongoing medical education seminars that discuss it. No pharmaceutical rep. is going to take a doctor out for free lunches or on paid retreats to Rio or the Bahamas to discuss it. And if the doctors don't have any information about it, what else are they to think when suddenly confronted with the whole concept? Quackery.
To be versed in this branch of research a doctor would have to go out of his or her way to find and evaluate the information. This is difficult for many reasons, not least among them being that the lion's share of the research and experimentation on using these micro-currents for restoring and maintaining health has been done in Russia. Most of the data is still in Russian, and the quality of translations for the little that has been translated is extremely poor. In fact, if you view or read these translations, most of them border on being incomprehensible. The translations are so poor as to make them useless to the English speaking reader. Contrast this to the less than optimal formatting of this book. Is the book better or poorer than the Russian translations? Bad formatting notwithstanding, this book is a thousand times easier to make sense out of than the bad translations of the Russian materials.
Add to this the fact that any doctor (at least in the US) who attempts to incorporate these principles into professional practice will lose their medical license quick, fast, and in a hurry. Everyone who has read this book or seen Dr. Tennant's video presentations will have noted that he scrupulously mentions at the outset that the information he is about to present is coming from Jerry Tennant, the minister, and Jerry Tennant, the researcher, but not from Dr. Jerry Tennant, the medical doctor. He has to present the information in this way because if he offered it as professional medical advice, regardless of how true or how beneficial it might be, his medical license would be revoked immediately. So will the license of any other doctor who dares to offer a treatment other than drugging, cutting or irradiating.
Anyone who doubts this need only go to the FDA's own website and peruse their online list of warning letters they've issued to those making what the FDA says are false medical claims. Case in point, Dr. Andrew Weil, a famous, Harvard trained physician was sent such a letter just last year. The FDA threatened Dr. Weil with fines, seizure of property, and criminal prosecution and imprisonment because he dared suggest that some of the supplements he markets might help support the immune system, which, in turn, might help the body protect itself from colds and influenza. Wow! What a medically irresponsible concept - that we might actually be able to support our immune systems (using herbs and vitamins which have a long and clear history in peer-reviewed studies of supporting the immune system,) and that a healthy immune system might actually help prevent illness! Send that medical heretic to the gallows!
So I do not blame the rank and file doctors for not having any working knowledge of the subject matter of Dr. Tennant's book. Their medical practices are directly under the control of the pharmaceutical industry and its Gestapo-esque enforcement arms, otherwise known as the FDA and the AMA. Doctors can only deal with the information they have, and they are only allowed to have the information the Pharma-Nazis say they can have.
To Dr. Tennant's credit, he has managed to step outside this restrictive Pharma-Nazi box and provide a great deal of information in this area of research to us laymen. I don't read Russian, and I don't speak medical jargon particularly well, so Dr. Tennant's book is a treasure trove of information I might not otherwise have had access to.
There are other books that deal with electricity and health, such as The Body Electric. But most of these books are fairly old. The material in Tennant's book integrates the newest in medical knowledge with this body of research coming largely out of Russia. As I noted up front, I have and use about a dozen different SCENAR devices, all of which are produced in Russia. In learning to use these devices I have been limited in large part to using extremely poor English translations of both written and video materials from their Russian originals. I learned far more from Dr. Tennant's book than I have from all of those poorly translated sources combined. Many things about the use of SCENAR devices I learned through trial and error. I figured out what worked, but I didn't always understand why it worked. After reading Dr. Tennant's book, I now understand why things work as they do.
So, is the book formatting ugly? Sure, but it's certainly still very understandable. It's far more understandable than anything you'll find translated from Russian into whatever language you speak. And I can also say that correctly using these devices has done wonders for my health, the health of my family, and for many with whom I have shared them. I wish I'd had this book years ago as a reference. It would have saved me a great deal of time in the learning curve.
Dr. Tennant has released a new book specifically targeting the use of SCENAR and eye problems. I have not seen it, but based on reviews it is my understanding that it has the same poor formatting problems. While I understand that he was essentially a first time publisher when he wrote the book currently under consideration, and that he had some unexpected problems with the formatting because he was new to using the writing software, and it did not convert as cleanly as expected, etc., I am at a loss as to why a second book would come out equally poorly in terms of formatting. Dr. Tennant, once is a mistake. Twice is carelessness. You should produce a better product if you want to continue selling books to the public. Please, make the effort. Your work is too important to be shot down by carelessness.
Our bodies are electrical and to perform and heal we need to be at a PH of 7.0. When we're hurt, say you sprain your ankle, swelling occurs and blood rushes to the site. That's your body bringing in new raw material to heal the wound. If your PH, (a way of measuring voltage) is too low, you can't heal properly. What gives us the proper PH? Well, foods for one. Some foods are more acidic (voltage stealers) such as caffeine, alcohol, and sugar to name some of my favorites. Other foods are more alkaline(voltage raisers) such as fruits, veggies and exercise because moving our bodies also raises our voltage.
Now why is this important? Well, because cancer happens when the body's voltage goes too low and stays there. Which is why science says that cancer loves low oxygen, acid and sugar. Some have said that cancer can't grow in an alkaline environment. That's because high alkaline means high voltage.
Did I mention that stress also lowers our voltage and can cause us to become sick?
In conclusion, read this important book and maybe save your life. It's an easy read for the medically-challenged like myself, and yet there is lots of scientific information for those in the know. A great book written for the masses to more easily take control of their health by understand how our bodies work.
When I Dream
After following closely Dr. Tennant's logic, (I'm an electronics
buff too) I utterly see the logic in his approach. Dr. Tennant understands
the relationship of the cells in the body and the heads of large
food companies and conglomerates like no one else-- for,
in the end, their motives all, and will always-- be PROFIT at the
sacrifice of the health of their customers.
There is a wave of "Illegalization" of Natural Food; states
declaring it illegal for a family to drink Milk from their
own Cows or sell Eggs from their chickens to friends; turns
out that these 'sinful luxuries' are key to life.
Dr. Tennant shows that the roots of our diet were the best
and can be used to rebuild our plasticized, inefficient cells
and bodies and Minds! This book is a MUST READ for Doctors,
healers and Lay People concerned even mildly with Saving their
LIVES! I have read so many health books so as to doubt them all,
THIS ONE IS GENUINE, RESEARCHED, TRUTHFUL and BRILLIANT.
The only negative side to this book is what I see with so many books these days. What happened to proof readers? And I'm not talking about correction software but real, live proof readers who know the king's English.
The errors and omissions do not detract from the overall theme but they do make it tedious going in spots. Additionally, the graphics have a lot of room for improvement. The detail is very difficult to see in a lot of them.
Anyway, I give it five stars just because I think what Tennant has to say needs to be said.
Davis and Rawls discovered that North pole (negative energy) magnetism increases the negative voltage on the cells. They also discovered that the North pole energy reduces the positive external potential of the outer nerve fiber coating, resulting in a sedating effect. The positive energies that are excited on the nerve surfaces are drawn to the North pole (negative) energy of the magnet. So, pain is reduced. Of course, there are many more reactions that take place. North pole magnetism also has an alkaline effect on the body. All electrical currents produce magnetic fields, and magnetic fields produce electricity, including those in your own body. Our bodies are not only electrical, they are magnetic, and they are dramatically influenced by external magnetic fields. There is a great interview with Walter Rawls on the blogtalkradio website. Just type "Dr. Walter C. Rawls, Jr." in the search box and you'll find it.
This is not a part of conventional medicine, in fact, I'm certain that most doctors are completely unaware of this and would call it quackery. The fact that health care costs continue to rise and medical facilities are being built up as the economy goes down says a lot about what course we are on at the moment. Conventional medical care is failing miserably and if it doesn't change drastically, it will continue to fail miserably into the future regardless of how much money is thrown at it.