Ken Rohla is a natural health educator and inventor from New Smyrna Beach, Florida, specializing in rejuvenation and cellular regeneration using raw and sprouted vegetarian food, herbs, food-based natural supplements, detoxification, emotional healing, reprogramming of limiting unconscious beliefs, ancient esoteric techniques, and cutting-edge science. Formally educated in electrical engineering and computer science, Ken worked for 23 years in the medical industry. A tenacious researcher and experimenter, Ken uses and tests everything he recommends to find the most effective solutions for the least amount of money. We’ll discuss Ormus and Ormusite, a product coming out from the combined work of Wilhelm Reich and Karl Hans Welz. Ken talks about scalar waves, monoatomic elements and how to use the properties of quartz and other crystals for healing purposes. We also put focus on free energy, water purification systems and how to create vortexes that express magical physics. Rohla has done a lot of work on how to detoxify from nuclear fallout and chemtrails and he shares these findings with us. He’ll also talk about how to revert the effects of genetic modification (GMOs) and how to heal DNA. In the second hour, we discuss HHO gas and his work with Yul Brown, the inventor. Ken puts emphasis on the importance of detoxification to manage anger and aggression. He explains how unprocessed emotional trauma creates energetic knots that ultimately cause stress and disease in the body. Ken recommends various supplements that help with toxicity. Later, Ken discusses the murder of Martin Luther King and new information that has come to light. He worked with Coretta King, Martin’s wife and has a personal relationship to this case.
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