They showed up ten strong, a full fledged FBI squad, and on the cold morning of July 14 1951 proceeded to lay out each and every one of the strange machines in Mr. Dinshah’s clinic on his lawn. With Sledge hammers they smashed each one of them to pieces as the old man, his patients and his neighbors watched. They wanted to deliver a message and did so. Dinshah, who had spent a lifetime promoting a healthy vegan lifestyle and the healing through color was sentenced to three years in prison. To this day there remains a PERMANENT Federal injunction against the Spectro-Chrome….
- Hospitals all over the world use “phototherapy” to cure babies of jaundice by shining a blue light on them to counter the extreme buildup of orange. Millions of infant children are saved every year through this method.
- Light therapy is also use to treat Seasonal Affective Disorder by exposing patients to full spectrum bright lights.
- There is also a study being done of the apparent positive effect of ultra-violet light on mental patients.http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2102923/
- Pulsed light is used by Dr Duncan Anderson of The Royal Postgraduate Medical School, Hammersmith Hospital, London to treat migraines and PMS. http://www.mindmodulations.com/resources/Study-pms.html
- Another study showed that light therapy is effective in Parkinson’s disease. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/sites/entrez?cmd=Retrieve&db=pubmed&dopt=AbstractPlus&list_uids=17612949
- A study at the University of Iowa showed that blue light therapy can help treat and reduce the number of precancers, and hopefully reduce the number of full-fledged skin cancers and possibly help in photo-rejuvenation. http://news-releases.uiowa.edu/2006/december/122806photodynamic-therapy.html
“I live in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and graduated from Medical College in 1890. I have been an active physician for over 40 years and am rated by the American College of Surgeons as a surgeon and by the American Academy of Ophthalmology and otolaryngology but I have never confined myself, only to surgery. I belong to the County and State Medical Societies of Pennsylvania and I am registered in New York and Rhode Island to practice medicine and surgery. I have been the Senior Surgeon at the Woman’s Hospital of Philadelphia for 23 years and had a clinic for over 30 years.”
“Philadelphia Women’s Hospital is the oldest women’s hospital in the country. During this time I have performed major surgery on pretty nearly everything from the crown of the head to the soles of the feet.”
“I have run eleven devices every day in the hospital and have several others in people’s homes, when people cannot come to me.”
“One of my most famous cases was a little girl named Grace Shirlow. About four-fifths of her torso was burnt. She was burned beyond the middle of the body; it went up to the clavicle and under the arm. Burns went from the elbow up clear into the axillary, down to the groin, about four inches on the left leg; back up onto the back and around onto the side. It was not only the skin that was destroyed, but the fascia of the muscle. The fascia is the covering of the muscle.”
“From my surgical and medical experience, with that much of the body burned and to that severity, it would be an absolutely hopeless and fatal case. I was brought in about 24 hours after the burn and the surgeon and the doctor said, ‘there is no use in trying to do anything with this!’ Dressing had been placed so tightly that it was two weeks before I succeeded in getting it all off, as I would not force it off. I told myself that there was nothing in regular medicine or surgery, that can make that child live. I told my assistant that we might as well see what the Spectro-Chrome will do.
“The child had absolutely nothing but color and diet. I used no surgery at all. I used paper dressing soaked with nut oil and color rays. We used turquoise principally to build the skin. We used other colors to help stimulate the separation of the sloughs off the body. New epithelium, new skin, will not cover over dead tissue and we had to stimulate the separation using stimulating colors.”
“A good many surgeons saw this girl and one surgeon, who had been in the war said, ‘well, we don’t try to treat one of those; we give them just a big dose of morphine and push them off to one side.’ Now, I was criticized for not skin grafting, but where could I get skin to graft? There was no place on the body to skin graft. Today, the little girl has perfectly moveable skin. This is not scar tissue, but skin!”
- 72% Oxygen – blue
- 13.4% Carbon – yellow
- 9.1% Hydrogen – red
- 2.5% Nitrogen – green
- 1.2% Calcium
- 1.2% Phosphorus
- 0.6% Trace Elements
“After 41 years of general practice and surgery in hospitals I can obtain nearly the same results with the Spectro-Chrome as with my medical knowledge. I will use surgery when needed. A foot that is reduced to pulp by a truck running over it is going to need a surgical operation. But the Spectro-Chrome can help the anesthetic be taken even better before you send the patient to the operating table. The patients recover with much less unpleasantness. It is a gentle form of therapy where you cannot do harm. I have had six severe eye cases using the color directly into the eye with no harm being done.”
Dr. Kate W. Baldwin was under tremendous pressure because of her use of Spectro-Chrome. Other doctors who were envious of her results asked for her removal from the surgical staff of the hospital. In an article printed in the Atlantic Medical Journal of April 1927, discussing the Grace Shirlow case, Dr. Baldwin stated that after thirty-seven years of active hospital and private practice in medicine and surgery, she produced quicker and more accurate results using Spectro-Chrome than with any other methods, and there was less strain on the patient.’
Dr Baldwin once remarked that she would give up the practice of medicine tomorrow rather than give up the use of Spectro-Chrome.