The lengthy Snopes article paint it as sensationalized news that is tailored to fit the theme but not likely anything at all. Many facts dropped or left out. http://m.snopes.com/2015/07/21/five-holistic-doctors-dead/
This is great cause for concern. I am a holistic auto mechanic, and I too fear for my life. Speaking of how holistic anything is totally legit and not at all a scam, I've got to mention that I do NOT like what I'm seeing in your truck's cam chakra. It is totally in conflict with the alternator chakra. I recommend a full on sage smoke ceremony, and that you dilute one drop of marvel mystery oil in a barrel of water, and empty the barrel on the floorboards. This will ensure positive energy and keep the engine running forever. Don't believe the hype of Big Lube. That whole industry is out to scam you by making sure their 'lubricants' keep your engine running only long enough to ensure profit. And, yeah, that's pretty much how holistic medicine is.
Lol. You worked hard on that one :-)
We need to start doing verifications elsewhere, and stop using Snopes!It is wholly-owned by a very liberal couple who gets at least some Soros funding.Hardly lacking in political spin...gfa
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