WEBINAR: A Medical Doctor Presents Healings that are Medically Verifiable
About this Event
WEBINAR: Unique Series of Lectures by a Medical Doctor
Healed people report how they became healthy. Professionals present medically-documented healings. Speakers convey Bruno Gröning's knowledge in such a way that everyone can experience his statement: “There is no incurable!”
The extraordinary healings that occurred through Bruno Gröning (1906-1959) ushered in a new era of spiritual healing.
Bruno Gröning left behind the knowledge of how to absorb a natural healing power that can bring long-lasting health to every human being. Back then and still today, healings from decades-old chronic illnesses, as well as from drug and other addictions, have occurred worldwide.
This is confirmed by numerous healing reports that have been carefully examined by doctors of the Medical Scientific Group and documented using medical evidence by independent physicians.
Doctors, psychologists and healing practitioners of the Medical Scientific Group regularly share their experiences through lectures, both domestically and internationally, in order to make Bruno Gröning's knowledge accessible to all people everywhere.
Watch a documented healing report: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=y7qFTFSUJ24
Duration - 90 minutes (approx.) No fee. Donations appreciated
Thursday 2 April 2020
LINK TO ZOOM WEBINAR:
Local Contact: Linley Anderson
Mob: 0402248391 Email: [email protected]
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