This extraordinary study takes us from the mythical times of Atlantis to a past life in the Chinese court of the Emperor Yu the Great, through to today's failing medical systems, and Are Thoresen reaches striking conclusions with relevance to us all.
Having previously brought to light the reality of spiritual translocation- the movement of pathological entities that cause disease- Thoresen now reveals the roots of this phenomenon in pre-history. The corruption of healing methods in both conventional and alternative medical fields harks back to the introduction of the five-element system in traditional medicine. This philosophy was established by the legendary Yellow Emperor- a god of folk religion and the author of the influential book on which Chinese medicine is based.
The Yellow Emperor, Thoresen tells us, was the incarnation of a mighty spiritual being whose influence has shone through the centuries. However, this being seeks to deceive humanity. Its maligning ideas are the reason most diseases- as well as the demonic entities that cause them- are translocated, causing further suffering.
Are Thoresen describes his past life as the foremost healer in the court of Yu the Great, two thousand years before the birth of Christ. The emperor- overshadowed by a powerful entity- ultimately becomes dissatisfied with his chief medical adviser and plots his demise. The Lucifer Deception presents this gripping narrative as well as offering profound spiritual insights into illness and healing in the present time.CONTENTS
Introduction: The Atlantean Heritage: Knowledge of Black Magic
1. Life at the Court of the Chinese Emberor Yu the Great
2. Failings and Executions
3. Corruption of the Direct Forces
4. The Demonic Forces Revealed during the Midday-Midnight Hours
5. Warfare and Magical War-techniques
6. Degradation and Murder
7. Death and Reincarnation
Appendix: A Timeline to the Deception and to Healing Impulses
(1952-Present), is a doctor of veterinary medicine in Norway, and has also studied anthroposophic medicine, homeopathy, acupuncture, osteopathy, and agriculture. Since 1981, he has had a private holistic practice in Sandefjord, Norway, for healing small animals and horses, as well as people. He has lectured widely, specializing in veterinary acupuncture, and has published dozens of scholarly articles. In 1984, he started to treat cancer patients, both human and animal, which has been the focus of much of his recent research. He is the author of several books on complementary medicine that have been published in various languages.