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Fanita Mendoza de Perez' Story

Piura, Peru
South America

“Richardson-Steele-Olszewski” Syndrome

In the year 2000, Fanita suffered an automobile accident. Slowly, she was recovering from the accident, but she could not walk nor stand. In 2002, she traveled to France where further tests were done. She was diagnosed with the so-called “Richardson-Steele-Olszewski” Syndrome, an irreversible motor dysfunction caused by damage to certain nervous cells in the brain. She was confined to a wheelchair for the rest of her life.

Carlos Perfecto's Healing

Vinces, Ecuador
South America

weedicide poisoning
muscular atrophy
paralysis

"My brother Carlos is 49 years old. The diagnosis given was muscular atrophy. Until 3 years ago, he worked on a farm fumigating with glyphosate weedicide. He has attended Agnihotra approximately 10 times. He could not move his feet, but he has started moving them now. He could not move his head, he could not show his tongue. We gave him water to drink with a straw, but he could not take it. He could not eat anything hard. Now he can."

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