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This guy's cool!

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Costs nothing and doesn't even require that you believe in it before you give it a try, if you are of a mind to:

 

 Willard Fuller website (link)

 Doctor Willard Fuller

September 25, 2006 
 
 
In America, over one thousand people a year since 1960 have received gold, silver, or porcelain in their cavities through the ministry of the Rev. Dr. Willard Fuller. People of many faiths as well as people with no religious affiliations, have witnessed these special healings and many of them have received healings of their own.

Over the past several years many spiritual healers have visited Evangelist Fuller to talk with him about many unusual phenomenon which occurs through his prayers. When this man, Willard Fuller, prays for people, these things do occur!
 

God fills teeth!

(from the website)

It's a miracle!

"While you watch, you'll witness amalgam fillings turning to gold, while crooked teeth are straightened and, even quite often, new teeth can be seen growing in!"

Testimonials: After two oral surgeons and a dentist told her she needed a root canal, which would cost around $1,000, retired nursing assistant, Audrey Rowley, of Clearwater, Florida, said of her new gold filling: "I spent nearly 30 years in the medical profession...I know how crazy this sounds...I'm still in awe of the whole thing. Now I have the insight that the Lord can do anything."

 

 

"My glaucoma and high blood pressure were both healed." -Louise Metzger, Garden Grove, CA

"My skin cancer healing was confirmed by the dermatologist." -Linda Gunst, Richmond, VA

"After a year of excruciating pain, the hernia is completely healed." -Faye Channing, Ojai, CA

"You have truly saved my life- and changed my life forever." -Colleen Adams, Cheyney, PA


Willard Fuller: Minister of Healing to the whole person.

For the past 43 years, this man of faith has traveled throughout all of the United States, Canada, Mexico, Europe, Russia, Australia, and both the British& French West Indies, ministering to the physical, mental, and spiritual needs of those who are seeking truth. Over 160,000healings, 40,000dental, have manifested, as a result of his ministry.

Willard Fuller, who has academic degrees in Business Administration, Electrical Engineering, and Theology, has had extensive academic training in psychiatry and psychology, which together with the experience of counseling thousands of people, make him a much sought-after individual counselor. His work can be described as sacred psychology, a psycho-spriritual approach.

Founded in 1968, based on the teachings of Jesus, the Lively Stones Fellowship, Inc.(I Peter 2:5) is an international ministry with an interfaith perspective.

Sponsors have all said: "What Willard promised, came true. Cavities were filled; amalgam fillings were transformed to gold; beautiful shiny crowns appeared, where before there were none; and many other bodily healings were manifested. It was truly a faith-building experience." Larry Swartz, Minister, Unity of Tuscon, AZ

"During Rev. Fuller's hands on healing services, I have personally seen teeth move, silver fillings turn to gold, facial bone structure of the jaw move and shift into alignment, silver fillings appear, gold crowns appear and existing fillings disappear. This healing experience comes with my highest recommendation." -Barbara Waterhouse, Minister, Center for Creative Living, Ashville, NC

"We watched as cavities filled, old fillings turned to gold, crooked teeth became straight, and gums healed, right before our very eyes. Some of our congregation reported they experienced deep healings of one kind or another in physical, mental, emotional and circumstantial areas." - Michael Beckwith, Minister, Agape Church of Religious Science, Santa Monica, CA

What the media have to say: "God does, indeed fill teeth" -The New Times (Seattle)

"This man is a veritable traveling tooth fairy." -The Toronto Star (Canada)

"Impossible n'est pas divin! Nothing is impossible for God. Proven by Willard Fuller." - Journal De Bienne (Switzerland)

"Doctor's blackened fillings became shining precious metal." -Psychic News (London)

"Loads of People left the Atwood Center with 20 carat grins." -The Anchorage Times (Alaska)

"Holy Molars! A faith-healing dentist that, with old-fashioned prayer, brings help to thousands." - Baltimore Sun (Maryland)

"He leaves behind him, in Brisbane, people with gold fillings, plus other kinds of healing." The Australian (Australia)

"Cavities filled, broken teeth crowned, gum diseases healed along with many other kinds of healing." Omni Magazine

Also featured in articles in Cosmopolitan, Rolling Stone, Women's Day, The Time Life Books, and Woman's World.

On radio & TV on P.M. Magazine, Good Morning America, Larry King Show, Primetime CBS, and The Geraldo Show.


 

 

Entry #598

Comments

1.
Comment by shalini - September 26, 2006, 10:02 pm
?????!!!!maybe he's a gifted healer of sorts :)
shouldn't be a sceptic since there are many such people in our country.
2.
Comment by Rip Snorter - September 26, 2006, 11:05 pm
I'm not a skeptic, shalini. Not even a smidgen of a skeptic in this regard.

There are many such people in the US, also. A lot of them are friends, acquaintances and collegues I've known long enough to purge skepticism.

Thanks for the comment.
Jack
3.
justxploringComment by justxploring - September 27, 2006, 3:05 am
I need to find this man!   I don't think God fills teeth however. He would simply heal them. A cavity is a hole, so why not just make the tooth whole again or replace it? I once brought up the replacement of teeth to a healer.   We had an interesting chat. He said that a worm, a lobster and all sorts of lower creatures grow new body parts, but we feel so limited in healing our own bodies. I agreed, but I then asked why we can't grow a 3rd set of teeth.

How much of faith healing is psychosomatic? Without getting too personal about my own problems, I will just say I've been to many spiritual healers in my life including a priest, shaman and even people chanting all around me. I was also a Christian Scientist for a while and had a practitioner pray with me. They aren't really praying for the healing, but for the understanding that disease isn't real in the first place, since it isn't part of God's plan for us. I definitely accept that a lot of healing is in the mind, soul & spirit, but I'm not sure someone else can have that type of power over another. That said, if anyone believes what is written in the New Testament, Jesus did command his disciples to heal the sick, and being all of His disciples, we might have that same power if we only understood it.

Regarding amalgam fillings turning to gold - I wonder if my dentist would send me a revised bill?
4.
Comment by Rip Snorter - September 27, 2006, 7:19 am
Justx: The man who does it thinks it's God doing it. Maybe it is God doing it, or maybe he's wrong about that part. A lot of things in this life don't make sense.... turning teeth cavities to gold fillings instead of putting in new teeth is one such. But making sense isn't one of the requirements in this Universe for things to happen anyway. Some call it faith healing, some call it energy healing, some call it spiritual healing, some call it psychic surgery, some call it by a specific method or technique, such as Reiki.

Fact is, the world has thousands of people doing it, all faiths, some maybe with no faith. Some are born with it, some learn it, or acquire it.

When I posted this blog entry I knew the largest percentage who read it will believe it's BS. That's okay. It isn't, and anyone who doesn't believe it ain't going to make it false by believing it's false. I had you in mind when I posted the entry because I knew you had some probs along these lines and thought you might get some help if you contacted the guy.

J
5.
justxploringComment by justxploring - September 27, 2006, 12:41 pm
Thanks. FYI. The remark about the dentist bill wasn't meant to be sarcastic - well it was, but not referring to the article, just about the cost of dentistry. Just a coincidence (if there is such a thing) but I just saw my dentist last week and it wasn't pretty! BTW, I used your link to his site and saved it in my favorites folder. I also mapquested the town after reading your article. It's very far (about 400 miles) but a 7 hour trip would be like a stroll down the block if he's the "real deal."
6.
Comment by Rip Snorter - September 27, 2006, 12:44 pm
Hi justx:
The guy does distance work.
You might give that a try first.
Good luck,
Jack

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