What does the Holy O, Migleomagleous, 999 to the power of 7th paradigms, Nine Clusters, the Crystal Lattice, the Brown Ray, the Neutral Zone, the Order of Trons, Fractal Codes and the Neutron Stars all have in common? They’re all part of a Holy Divine Healing experience with Dr. Dan Mathews from Arkansas.
Dr. Mathews will return to the Twin Cities September 19-25 to offer individual healing sessions, as well as a Group Healing Community Event.
Group Healings are highly transformational for each person present, as well as for the planet. His Twin Cities event will take place from 7-9 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 23, at Immanuel Lutheran Church, 104 S. Snelling Ave., in St. Paul. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. and admission is $35. Register early as space is limited. Tickets are available at the door.
After a near death experience in the early 1990s, Dr. Mathews was given a mission to return to Earth and repair its brown ray that had been fractured during the downfall of man. He was asked to help get Earth back on its course for its ascension. His work as a chiropractor quickly evolved into Holy Divine Healing, where he spent nine years creating a code book of equations that came through him, while working with the legs and feet of his clients.
These equations, transmitted from the Order of Trons (the cosmic scientists of the Oni-verse), revealed how star systems should be rearranged in order to prepare Earth and humanity for the great ascension. These equations helped usher in new paradigm shifts (up to the 999 to the power of 7), which allowed for a new time-space coordinate system to develop on Earth. This would prepare humanity to receive the Equation of Life from the 9 clusters of the Holy O, which would then fuel each person’s individual path of ascension.
The Group Healing Community Event will be followed by Q&A with time to meet Dr. Mathews in person. The event is sponsored by The Connecting Spirit Corp. Tickets available online at www.theconnectingspirit.com/Offerings.html. For more information, contact Terri at firstname.lastname@example.org or 651.442.4623.