Sunday, 6 September 2015

Scientologist Controls College for Naturopaths

Scientologist controls college for naturopaths - The Sunday Times

THE College of Naturopathic Medicine, where Rosanna Davison studied nutritional therapy, is part of a worldwide network of colleges owned by a top-level Scientologist who opposes the use of prescription drugs and vaccinations.

Davison, a former Miss World and daughter of singer songwriter Chris de Burgh, is using her qualification from the college, known as CNM, to carve out a career in naturopathic nutrition. This is based around the concept that food can be used as medicine to prevent and even treat illness.

Her cookbook, Eat Yourself Beautiful, debuted at No 1 on the bestseller list for hardback non-fiction last week in Ireland. According to Nielsen BookScan, which captures about 80% of sales, Davison’s self-help manual sold 434 copies.

In a newspaper interview to promote the book last month, the vegan model was quoted as saying her husband’s symptoms of rheumatoid arthritis cleared up after removing gluten from his diet.

The comments were criticised by dieticians, doctors and Arthritis Ireland. Davison subsequently said some commentators had accused her of saying that gluten was "responsible for autism, schizophrenia and arthritis; that is absolutely not the case".

CNM was set up in the UK in 1998 by Hermann Keppler, who then established colleges in Ireland, America, Canada and South Africa. He owns 80% of CNM’s operations in Ireland, which include branches in Dublin, Cork and Galway, according to the Companies Registration Office.

Internal records of course completions at the Church of Scientology have been published online by Anonymous, a hacking collective that has protested against the church worldwide, and held demonstrations outside its Dublin mission. These records indicate Keppler has spent years progressing up the ranks of the church, which was founded by science fiction writer L Ron Hubbard in the 1950s.

A separate internal document disseminated by the church shows an image of Keppler with his arm around a woman who was campaigning for a Scientology media centre.

According to Tony Ortega, a former editor of The Village Voice in New York who runs a website on Scientology entitled The Underground Bunker, “with the completions database and that resent advertisement, we can say that, at a minimum, Keppler has been a very involved Scientologist since at least 1994".

Keppler is an advocate of fasting and detoxing using salts. He believes "each single mineral in Himalayan salt is a crystal with its own frequency and electromagnetic field" according to a 2013 interview with Homeopathy 4 Everyone, which claims to he the world‘s leading homeopathy journal.

In that interview, Keppler said Parkinson's disease is caused by “a toxic environment", such as the presence of “heavy metals", and recommends that patients stay away from vaccines and consume spirulina powder, vitamin C and niacin instead.

“Drugs, especially psychiatric drugs, can have tremendously adverse side effects,” he said. “There are statistics which show that more than
60% of diseases are caused by drugs that each fourth patient in America is delivered to a hospital because of the side effect of drugs, and that each fourth patient in America dies because of the side—effects of drugs."

Anonymous suggests some students at CNM have been influenced by Keppler's involvement in Scientology.
Its forum received the following post in 2009: “I was a student at the College of Naturopathic Medicine in Cork city and I had to quit when, at the end of my first year, I discovered the founder of the college is a Scientologist. His name is Hermann and he gave the teachers a video made by the church to show to all of the students ... an anti-psychiatry video, full of propaganda, lies and manipulation of statistics. Shockingly, most of the students in my class did not question the content of the film, but accepted it as fact."

The Sunday Times made repeated interview requests to Keppler through the American School of Natural Health in Clearwater, Florida. An employee, who identified himself only as "Tom Z", said Keppler was on holiday.

In an email, the employee said: “Please note that CNM Ireland inflows a strict policy, which is that religious beliefs do not influence teaching. This includes the religious beliefs of Mr Keppler.
"CNM is an educational institution that provides training programmes in alternative medicine. The content of these programs is scientific and has no religious affiliation.

“There are many schools and colleges who provide similar programmes. Keppler is not a lecturer in Ireland and has never taught in Ireland."

Davison did not respond to requests for comment on whether she was aware that Keppler was a Scientologist or whether she believed his views
influenced the education she received at the college.

The director of studies at CNM Ireland did not respond to an interview request.…/ireland/article1603296.ece

This is the website of CNM and guess where you can phone for more details...East Grinstead 01342 area code.

CNM - nutrition courses, BAAB accredited acupuncture ...

 Head office is situated not far from St. Hill Green...and St. Hill Manor

type into google CNM and in the right hand corner it shows you their head office...I did say weeks ago I had a possible lead in this but unfortunately the person in question never got back to me...hope they got their money back...



Hermann Keppler/ Ha. A. Mehler

The gentle scream

The suffering in psychiatry

The gentle scream, written by Hermann Keppler and Horst Mehler.

The cover picture is from Gottfried Helnwein. They are members of the Scientology Church

Gottfried Helnwein, member of the Scientology Church!
(from: "Scientology Heute" 1, p. 6, 30 January 1988) 

Helnwein and Scientology: Lies & Treason -

I swear the title should say 'Psychopaths', not naturopaths...

Meanwhile, in the UK, yet more quack medicine from the scientologists...

David Love posted this tonight and it IS bloody funny...

Not to make light of anything to do with Narconon and/or the Purif... especially today when I see that
Narconon UK is now open for business... Grrrrr.

However, to keep my sanity, I do need a good laugh now and then, and my Friend just posted this
a couple hours ago about weight gain/loss.

The Purif has NOTHING to do with it. It ALL happens in the shower.


Not to make light of anything to do with Narconon and/or the Purif... especially today when I see...
Lifting the lid on Scientology's...
I love it...

Oh dear, I'm feeling distinctly queasy after watching ninety-odd minutes of the shrimp psycho regurgitating his tired old rubbish. The only consolation is there's even more chances now to freeze-frame his ugly mug and re-use it in shoops—and that even the Caribbean gets choppy occasionally. Does anybody know if the Freewinds still has working stabilisers? ETA: apologies to Miss Tia if she's still got her gippy tummy. (Refresh by swabbing down with a mop and bucket):

7 hits from Colombia today...I'm feeling the past, it's only been one...

here's a guy you might want to check out...

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