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Cases if Spirit and Distant Healing Part 6

By:Richard Rowley
Date: Thu,30 Sep 2010
Submitter:Richard Rowley
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Miracle cures from the Curate of Ars and an animal healer does distance healing.

We need to think about all those in need of healing, every time we hear an ambulance screeching by, or hear news of someone battling illness. Our good thoughts and healing prayers are effective, and much in need today. The spiritual laws of supply and manifestation apply in the healing area just as for our other activities. We get what we really intend and pray for.

Here are a few more examples of this from healers
in past times, before the advent of modern Spiritualism.
This time we’ll go to France where Jean Baptiste Vianey, the
Catholic Curé d’Ars, (1786-1840) was much sought after
for his healing powers. He was not well educated, but
he was a powerful medium. He spent much of his time
in prolonged and fervent prayer, and when he talked to
a friend about raising money for charity he said: “One
can get anything one wants if one fasts and watches
long enough.” He acquired the same psychic and
healing gifts as the desert fathers, the monks of the
Eastern Orthodox Church, the aboriginal shamans and
medicine men, the Eastern yogis, swamis and rishis and
our modern Spiritualist mediums. The practices differ
but the results are the same.

He certainly did get results, as historical
records testify. He lived very simply, eating mostly
cold, often moldy potatoes which he cooked for himself
once a week. Many paranormal occurrences happened
around him, including raps and knockings and the
noises of regiments marching past or wagons rumbling
by. Doors opened and closed by themselves, furniture
would be moved around, and curtains were twisted and
drawn, and his name would be called out. In spite of
all these distractions, he continued with his prayers,
and eventually built three chapels, established a
home for poor children and another for “friendless”
women [probably unmarried mothers].. Whenever
anything was needed such as fuel or food, he prayed
for it and it was provided.

Here are a few more details of his work, taken
from his biography:* “From childhood on he had
devoted much time daily to meditation and prayer.
This inward concentration which he continued to
practice all his life brought about the development of
his mediumistic gifts which is the prerequisite for
the influences exercised on people by the spirit
world.

“Those people who did not require his help were
recognized by Vianey at the first glance. He used to
ask them in a friendly way not to take up his time,
occasionally telling them: ‘Go home and do not worry.
You have no need of me.’ The healing of ailing souls
[and their spiritual problems] who could not effect
their own cure, was the main object of the curate of
Ars. In his eyes the healing of physical ailments was
of much less importance.

“There were many to whom Vianey gave information
concerning the lot of their departed dear ones in the
Beyond, whenever he thought it conducive to their
spiritual good to do so. He was able also to foretell
the future by clairvoyance, and that, to such an
extent, that it might be said that while during his
lifetime nothing aroused so much interest as his
battles with the evil spirits, after his death all the
world began to speak of his predictions. These, in
almost every case, related to the fortunes of
individuals and not to public matters. To some of
those who had reformed he predicted the imminence of
their death; in other cases, he foretold this to the
person’s relatives, in order that they might be
prepared for the event.

“He also had mental pictures of distant
happenings which concerned persons with whom he was
engaged in conversation. One day, noticing a man in
the crowd who was waiting to be admitted, he said:
‘Get back to Lyons as fast as you can. Your house is
on fire.’ A message which proved to be correct. On
another occasion Vianey ordered a peasant woman who
had just confessed to him, to go home at once, telling
her that a snake had crept into her house. The woman
hastened home and searched the house all over, but
found nothing. Finally it occurred to her to shake
out her pallet, which she had laid in the sun to air;
as she did so, she saw a snake crawling out of it. A
young girl whom he saw standing in the church was
directed by him to return home without delay as her
presence there was urgently wanted; on her arrived,
she found her sister, who had hitherto been in perfect
health, lying dead. Once a woman, who had been given
a bottle of an alleged miraculous remedy by a
“sorcerer” came to Vianey to confess her sins. After
he had listened to her confession he remarked to her:
‘You have told me nothing about the bottle that you
hid in the bushes outside of Ars.’

“Even more frequent were his demonstrations of
his ability to read the secret thoughts and feelings
of others. This gift invariably manifested itself in
cases of particularly difficult treatments. It
happened almost daily that Vianey left his
confessional [box] and beckoned to those persons who
were the most pressed for time or the most unhappy in
order that they might be the first to receive his
attention.

“Among his visitors were some who merely came to
test his powers. All of these left greatly
crestfallen. One of them confessed a number of
imaginary sins; after listening to him, Vianey
remarked quietly: ‘You have indeed much guilt upon
your conscience; but the evil which you have actually
committed does not consist of the sins which you have
just recounted to me, but of the following ones,’
whereupon Vianey, to the great dismay of the impostor,
revealed all of the latter’s past misdeeds!

Those who could not visit Vianey personally and
were obliged to communicate with him by go-betweens
(proxy) or by letter, were healed, advised, consoled
or reformed by him at a distance. Another
manifestation was the miraculous replenishment of the
food supply just as occurred in the New Testament
story. Everyone in his parish was witness to this. He
maintained a home for poor children, and one day
discovered that there were no provisions left except
a few handfuls of grain in the corn bin. With a heavy
heart he made up his mind to send the children away,
but before doing so, he offered one more prayer to God
for help. On going back to the corn bin he found it
filled to the top with grain. All of his parishioners
likewise came to see the miracle. In the end even the
bishop visited the home and was shown the height to
which the corn bin had been filled.”

Now, Vianey was a Catholic priest who venerated
saints and relics, attributed all cures to Saint
Philomena, who celebrated Mass and regarded confession
as essential to the forgiveness of sins, believing in
transsubstantiation and all the other teachings of his
church. These tenets are not held by Spiritualists,
yet the results of his clairvoyance and healing were
in no way different from those of a Spiritualist
medium or healer. What we all have in common is a
profound faith in God and spiritual law, and a great
love for both the Almighty and for all mankind and the
other kingdoms of nature. Religion is only an outer
garment supplied to mankind, a patchwork of human
errors which protects us through all the storms and
adversities as we journey along towards the truth.

Spiritualists are well aware of the opposition
and often bitter attacks on the work for spirit.
Although Vianey was a Catholic priest, there were
similarly no bounds to the attacks by his colleagues.
“He was persecuted, criticized, slandered, abused and
made the object of suspicion by them for ten years,
and was even threatened with physical violence. When
the Catholic clergy of his immediate and more remote
neighborhood saw their parishioners hastening to
Vianey and paying more heed to his opinion than they
did to those of their own priests, envy and jealously
were added to their hostile feelings. They spoke of
him as the ignorant priest, who had barely been able
to acquire a little Latin and had nearly been expelled
from the seminary. This gossip caused the measure of
hatred harbored against him by the other divines to
overflow. He was slandered most shamelessly. Priests
forbad their parishioners to go to Ars for confession,
and threatened them, in case of disobedience, with
barring them from the sacraments and denying them
absolution even in the hour of death. Sunday after
Sunday they thundered against the curate of Ars from
their pulpits. Speaking of this in after days, Vianey
once said: ‘The Gospel was given a complete rest in
the pulpit, while everyone was busy preaching sermons
against the poor curate of Ars.’ While some ridiculed
his ignorance, others past reflections on the life he
was leading. He was the recipient of countless
anonymous letters in which the most blackguardly
charges, couched in the vilest language, were brought
against him. Mornings, on opening his front door, he
would find it decorated with posters accusing him of
having passed the night in the most shameful
debauchery!”

The spirits supported Vianey in his work, in
spite of his orthodox beliefs, and only intervened in
his personal practices when they would have caused him
to lose strength and be no longer fit for his work.
Once he heard a commanding voice clairaudiently
reminding him of his real task, that of healing and
prayer, and not to do penance himself and starve and
mortify his body.

Vianey was eventually canonized by the Roman
Catholic church, in spite of the earlier opposition
from the local priests. The early Spiritualists
suffered in the same way from rough opposition and
even physical abuse from mobs of protesters against
the new manifestations of spirit. *[Vianey’s
biography is titled “Leben und Wirken des Johannes
Baptista Vianey, Pfarrers von Ars” by Joseph Vianey,
published by Gebr. Steffen, Limburg a.d. Lahn. 1930].

In Bristol, my home town in England, George Müller
established and maintained homes for boys by prayer
alone, never asking anyone or allowing anyone to be
asked for anything. He will be the subject of my next
post, followed by a return to Europe for more of the
earlier healers and mediums.

Not a year goes by when we could not assemble a
gospel of these and similar spiritual events to
supplement those in the Old and New Testaments, the
Koran, the Granth Sahib, the Bhagavad Gita and all the
other holy books. The old teaching and the new
without fail demonstrate the natural flow of spiritual
law.

I will close this article with a brief account of a
contemporary animal healer who can effectively do
remote distant healing. He is Martin Cox of Torquay,
U.K. He is a medical clairvoyant, a healer with x-ray
eyes. For distance, remote healing, when he can’t
visit the animal, he puts its photo up in the corner
of his mirror in the hallway. He glances at it for a
couple of days. After a week he is able to get through
to the animal. He knows where it is and can picture
it in its surroundings. Once the scene is set up, he
can then communicate with it. It’s not verbal, it’s
just something his mind tells him, and he can pick up
where the illness or disorder is. He narrows it down
and concentrates on the injured part. For example, if
there’s a digestive problem, he’ll imagine squeezing
the intestines all the way down until the badness
comes out at the end. He will spend ten to fifteen
minutes doing that, then ten to fifteen minutes
building up the aura. Once he’s got good protection
round the animal, he backs off, leaves it and goes
back in a couple of days. “It’s the animal that does
the healing: all I’m doing is triggering it,” he says.
He has successfully cured a fox of usually incurable
mange in this way, and other wild animals have been
healed, as well as horses, cats and dogs and other
pets. More about him and other West Country healers
and mediums can be found in “Spiritual Guides in the
West Country” by Jane E. White, Bossiney Books,
Launceston, Cornwall. 2001.
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