Tuesday, October 14, 2008
Dear Friends and Family,
I went in to the hospital to have an IV port installed under my right
collarbone for chemotherapy treatments—which are scheduled to begin in
Friday I had gone in for a PET (Positron Emission Tomography) /CT scan
intended to discover any other lesions, tumors, or cancerous tissue
anywhere in my body. This scan was compared to the previous CT scan I
had on Aug. 15, which had detected a 7mm low-density lesion in my liver.
Today, at the hospital, I was given the results of this latest scan,
and I’d like to share them with you:
FOCI: None. Specifically, there is no evidence of metastatic labeling
in the liver, nor evidence of disease in the abdomen or pelvis.
There are no colonic sutures seen, nor evidence of metallic clips to
suggest the site of the recent colon surgery. The 7mm subcapsular
low-density lesion in the inferior segment of the right lobe of the
liver on the prior CT is not visible on this noncontrast CT.
CONCLUSION: No evidence of metastatic disease.
See that? “No evidence” of any cancer in my body at this time!
thank all of you who have sent me healing energy, magick, prayers, and
love. I thank all of you have burned healing candles for me. I thank all
of you who have joined with me in visualizing all cancer gone from my
body, and robust good health returning to me. I think this report is a
great demonstration of magick in action!
this time, I would like to ask you to do the same for my oldest friend
and water-brother, Lance Christie, who lives in Moab, Utah, and has just
been diagnosed with pancreatic cancer. He and I have shared many things
over the past 47 years, including the founding of the Church of All
Worlds, and now it seems we are sharing cancer. So let’s share the
healing as well! Please add Lance to your prayers, magick,
candle-burnings, energy sendings, etc. It's tragic enough that he
recently lost his beloved soulmate, LaRue, to Alzheimer's, as well as
their wonderful dog, Buddha, and their beautiful cat, Blue Eyes. Now
the complete lack of evidence of any cancer persisting in my body, Dr.
Bozdech still wants to go ahead with the chemotherapy treatments—just to
make sure that nothing cancerous escapes notice. He’s one of the top
experts in the field, and I am prepared to go through with this if he
feels I should. And that should be very interesting, as there are quite a
range of possible side effects from the various drugs they’ll be giving
me—and there’s no telling which ones I may exhibit…
The adventure continues! (And please feel free to pass this on to anyone you think might want to know)