Federation of Spiritual Healers FSHLB and Natural Therapies Certification Board

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(I would have left the issue as it was if not Mary Marie was not spreading all these lies via e-mail and John was not calling the FDA to upset our good relationship with them – lesson : you should not throw with stones when you  are sitting in a glass house)

One reason why I am so reluctant of certification is not only that I know it is the basis of the general self-deception and authority believe in titles and degrees.


but also because particularly in the USA the situation is so ridiculous.

The USA was started as a RESET  to the crystallized European situation at that time – where believe and membership in the 2 religions and a university degree had become mandatory for anyone who wanted to succeed.

However anything eventually turns to its opposite – the situation in USA today is not only that you can create your own school or church but also and even more bazaar you can accredit others to be an accredited church or educational institution http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Educational_accreditation#cite_note-0

What do you need for that as qualifications, to create your own church, university, licencing board in USA today ? nothing – you do n0t even need to prove that you can read or write – you just need to have someone who can create a website for you like

 

just like Mary Marie Magdalena the director of the Federation of Spiritual healers :


 

 

 

 


and you can accredit other invented organizations – the second level of deception

Nobody checks on this as nobody cares anyway – there are too many fake organizations of this kind in the USA already that they lost control and anyway  as it is said in wikipedia above :

In most countries in the world, the function of educational accreditation is conducted by a government organization, such as a ministry of education. In the United States, however, the quality assurance process is independent of government and performed by private membership associations.[1]


So it is up to you to find out what any education or certificate is worth – the ones the Federation passes out – are worth nothing


Mary Marie is a victim of her own deception – she told me that she has dedicated her life to Jesus (as you can see from her name) and is a nun in her own church (which of course is also certified by her own Licensing Board).

AND all income from this Board, after deduction of all the fictitious Expenses is given to charity – this is really Christian ethics. The first and only payment we paid to the Federation of Spiritual Healers of 1000 $ was requested by John Gilbert and from my innocent team directly deposited to his personal account – we never even got a receipt from them – but this has now been reported to the IRS.


just like her mentor the Reverend John Gilbert founder of another paper mill the Natural Therapies Certification Board NTCB – with about a dozen sub-licensing boards :

 

 

 

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http://www.ntcb.org/

 

 

 

 

Please note that since I uncovered in the last post http://www.informationenergymedicine-academy.com/category/pseudo-spirituality-and-pseudo-science/archbishop-the-very-reverend-john-gilbert/

they move the address of the NTCB to Las Vegas – think this is really were they belong – so they can also gamble the money all the trusting people send them – and there fake is at home as nowhere else


These “lisensing boards” and “churches” all run together in one home in North Carolina of the

Presiding Archbishop of the Universal Gnostic Fellowship is Very Reverend John Frederick Gilbert, Ph.D., D.D.

507 Old Toll Circle
Black Mountain, NC 28711

and his neighbourhood

NTANA The Natural Therapies Association of North America
PO Box 1256
Candler, NC 28715

NTCB Natural Therapies Certification Board

PO Box 103, Swannanoa, NC 28778,

but John Gilbert is really a special character, believing in his divine guidance, he not only founded his own church as so many in the USA but he made himself also Archbishop and he does not stop there he

 

 

 

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I did not pay much attention to all his talk – because really certification is not something that resonates with me – but when he started to tell me that his work has saved hundreds from legal prosecution and when he lied into my face that “The prosecution lawyer” in Germany has now accepted the certifications of the Temple of AIM – I knew he was a fake and I had to separate from him as quickly as possible

This is the perverted end of a culture that started with the right impulse to free people from the prison of crystallized religion and educational institutions, now people like John Gilbert and Mary Marie have turned into its opposite where certificates does not mean anything anymore but only exist to fool the holders and their clients and to find sheep to get money.

And here is what somebody who took their courses has to say about it :

 

No active teaching except the Healer Coach telephone conference class (5 weeks) at the end of the program.

I signed up for the on-line class; had a lot of problems navigating the course (poor web construction); completed my assignments and sent them in; receipt was never acknowledged nor was there any critique of the work so I didn’t know if I did them correctly; no examples were given in any of the training material that might have served as a guide; and had to seek out the Healer Coach class (the last part of the AIM requirement for a license).

The Healer Coach class spent 3 weeks learning how to carry on a conversation without asking a single question, then 2 weeks learning how to ask questions.  All of this was last Fall. When I finally got my license (it took a few months after the end of the course), I did not pursue getting certified.

I hadn’t come to your conclusions about the whole organization but I thought it wasn’t right so quit short of certification. I, too, thought it strange that each person had to write their own Informed Consent and without any examples to go by.

I learned from friends in other fields (massage therapy, EPFX-SCIO, Bowen) that their licensing training consisted of the same thing I went through.  One size fits all.  So the on-line AIM course wasn’t really tailored to CoRe users. When you posted your remarks about John Gilbert on the Forum I thought you were correct.  In retrospect, the whole thing seemed like a house of paper with no real substance. Mickey

 

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