Tuesday, March 13, 2012

#310: Todd Ovokaitys


The Kryon gang (whose members also included Jan Tober, Gary Liljegren, Robert Coxon, Peggy Phoenix Dubro and Barbara & Rob Harris) has received an entry already (under Lee Carroll), but Todd Ovokaitys deserves his own. A biography on the Kryon website is found here.

Ovokaitys is apparently the most immediately dangerous of that inerrantly lunatic group. “Often called Dr. Todd by his associates” (a telling observation), Ovokaitys has apparently worked on developing holistic treatments for HIV. He also had a profound transformational experience during an experiment where “the usual anchor points dissolved with the feeling of instant transport to a different dimension of being. There was a doorway or portal to traverse, with a message of the responsibility taken on through the choice to go further. Instantly upon walking through this doorway, a living form was seen that filled a room - and had the shape of a DNA strand enlarged millions of times. This form communicated that science only partly understood how DNA worked.” (you make sense of that one). Currently, he works to provide complementary treatments to HIV-plagued regions of Africa, and ought, as such, probably to be locked up and have the keys thrown away since he would actually be harming people. His therapy, Gematry, “uses laser light to give healing power”. More here. Apparently his techniques have spawned a welter of woo.

You can listen to him talk about reversal of Parkinson’s symptoms here.

Diagnosis: Insane; probably well-intentioned and with, at present, relatively modest impact, but this guy is really, really dangerous.

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  1. A huge lifeform that looked like a DNA strand? This guy's been playing too much Ecco the Dolphin, if such a thing is possible... http://timothymichaelwhite.com/data/projectThumbs/asterite.png

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  2. Don't be wrong about de DNA speaking form
    At any Science Museum you can meet it
    And when you go trough the door only need
    To have drunk a couple of bottles of rum

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  3. OK..but who are you? Funded by Big Pharma and AMA?

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    1. Love your comment. It wonderfully displays the paranoid mindset of a true conspiracy theorist - "if anyone disagrees with me or criticizes views I agree with, they must have ulterior motives, i.e. part of a conspiracy."

      I suppose that's what counts as insightful assessment of the evidence over at whale.to. The rest of us are probably more inclined toward feeling some pity for you.

      (And notice: "G.D. didn't answer my question! That is a smoking gun if anything is." Feel free to use that point elsewhere as well. I don't really feel it is my responsibility to protect people from their own inanities.)

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  4. DR. Todd Ovokaitys seems to be getting back to his Scientology roots

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    1. Please tell me about these Scientology roots. I don't mind someone having add an unusual view of the nature of the universe but I do mind a person remaining in a true cult (Scientology) by which I mean a group that tells its followers to stay away from their loved ones and generally works on manipulating and controlling people and calling opponents enemies. Among people I know who have attended a Dr. Ovokaitys event I see no evidence of a cult. I certainly see evidence of an unusual view of the nature of reality but it doesn't have good guys and bad guys like cults do.

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    2. What Scientology roots, please? Is he still a member. If not, how/why did he quit? Was he raised in it like my friend who only escaped when she was 17 and fortunately found a book about the founder?

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