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THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Thursday, May 22, 197 5

Page Six THE MICHIGAN DAILY Thursday, May 22, 197$

Heallng is internal,
(Continued from Page 3) "Then it comes back with a cancer of the hip.
ease will never be 'fully cured vengeance." HER HIP bone was too
until the psychosomatic cause He's had a few minor flare- and brittle to withstand a
of the ulcers is determined, the ups in the interim. All have that might have helped he
official claims he experienced been curbed by Morgan. walk. As it was, she move
an almost immediate remission An even more dramatic ex- crutches or with an ele
of the symptoms. ample of Morgan's treatment wheelchair.
"The symptoms couldn't have was a young woman who, in her She was given only a co
been controlled by suggestion own words, came home to die months to live.
either," he adds, "not that after a visit to the Mayo The woman says Morgan
fast." clinic. rectly diagnosed how her t
SO FAR, the remission has The woman already had a had "reacted violently to ra
continued for six months. Re- cancerous breast and lymph therapy and how thin (
missions usually last "a mat- glands removed. She also had blood had gotten."
ter of days," he says, and in contracted cancer of the bone, "My blood count was so
extreme cases, maybe a month. cancer of the bone marrow and that chemo-therapy or sur
- - would have killed me,"
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CHANDRASEKAR THAKKUR D O C T O R S had pres
ed pain killers and sleel
SPEAKS ON pills to ease her misery,
Ayurveda & Astrology she reports that she still c
(THE INDIAN SCIENCE OF MEDICINE) she reports that she
couldn't sleep at night, bec
FRI., MAY 23-7:30 p.m. "the pain kept waking me up
FREE LECTURE After Morgan's treatm
she says she began sleeping
Kuenzel Lounge Michigan Union ter, and a month later she
Sat., May 24-9 a.m.-All Day Astrology Readings "stronger and better"ar s
OFFICE OF ETHICS AND RELIGION, 3rd floor Union, Fee $10 the woman claims she was
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says psychic
recent biopsy shows that can- Morgan tried to interest the
cer cells are dying in her bone University's psychology depart-
marrow. ment in his activities as well.
D HER HIP AND leg bones John Evans, a psychology grad-
have grown to the extent that, uate student and teaching fel-
although a doctor says he is low, has been the only person
able to put a pin in, she doesn't to take an interest to date.
feel she needs it, says Morgan. "HE SEEMED like a very
She often walks without crutch- sincere person," says Evans of
es now. his first meeting with Morgan.
Morgan charges no fee for "He was much more optimistic
the healing sessions, which about this department's reac-
consume a substantial portion tion than I was. He was very
of his private life, skeptical about his abilities -
"I don't charge or prescribe he's not trying to blow his own
anything," he says. "'What can horn. These qualities really im-
you charge for compassion?" pressed me."
UNLIKE healers who bid Evans has worked with Mor-
- their patients to "Have faith, gan for over a year now, and
throw off your crutches, and says his findings have been
follow me," Morgan claims he "really fascinating."
can heal people whether or not "His ability in bioanatomical
1 they believe in psychic abilities, study has been consistently im-
and refuses to have anything pressive,"remarks Evans.
to do with patients who will not Morgan has lectured to some
see their regular doctor. of Evans' classes, and has even
MORGAN would like to work worked on some of his students.
with the medical profession in DESPITE setbacks, Morgan
exploring news ways of curing says he is "looking forward to
diseases. He has a high regard a time when I can dohealing
for doctors - sometimes to the eight hours a day. All he'd
point of adulation. need, he says, is a sponsor.
So far, according to Morgan, "I'm not interested in parlor
the medical profession hasn't games, I'm not interested in ap-
exactly beat a path to his door. plause," he maintains. "I'm
In fact, some doctors have been not looking for a pedestal where
downright hostile to the idea of I can wave my hand and the
psychic healing. multitudes will shout 'Hosan-
But he is interested in seeing
the University begin its own
Special This Weekend parapsychology department
someday.
Sat., Sun.. & Mon. "THE University of Michi-
gan is the last one in the
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