Volume 8, Issue 8, page 14


Tales of the 'Unusual' That Test the Credulity of Those Afraid of
What They Don't Understand.


Back in 1949, 1 took UP learning hypnosis. It interested me a
great deal. I knew what could be done with it, but
knew, too, the dangers in it if not used wisely. I knew also that
the will of the operator could be impressed upon the
one being put under hypnosis.

I studied this art for 18 months before doing anything with it. I
gave several demonstrations among friends, who
brought their friends. At no time were there any parlor tricks.
Sensing just how far I could go, there were some who
could be put under rather deep fo~ regression, etc, _

One night, just before coming out to the coast, Clara, my friend,
brought her gentleman friend along. He was a
skeptical sort of person, but it turned out he was a good
subject. There wasn't any particular reason for putting him
under, but he wanted to be shown.

I was getting him under rather deeply without any effort. When in
deep sleep, he started to mumble. I asked him
what he was mumbling about, what did he see, why was he digging
with his hands, why was he digging with a
shovel, and why was he mumbling about an old house. I told him to
go to this old house and dig up what he wanted
to dig up. His face seemed to clear and he was much calmer. I
asked him where the house was, the address, could he
see this.

"Yes," he said.

"Well, go ahead and dig up what you see."

The section hementioned was down around the poorer section of
Ritten House Square. He "went into the house",
and said he found what he was looking for-a bag, with some money
and jewelry. He gave the name of the person
who lived there back in 1921. 1 asked if he could tell the name
of the owner of the property, and he gave me a
widely-known name. He added that soon the house would be torn

I took down the address, and the names of the owner and the
person who once lived there. I felt like a fool, but I
looked up the latter name in the telephone directory, and asked
if I could call on them. But I needed moral support. I
got in touch with Clara and her friend and away we went. Clara's
friend still did not believe all this, and kept telling
us what kinds of a fool we were. Inwardly, I agreed.

The name was right - and so was that of the
person who had lived there, an old maid rela-
tive. They took a shovel and under the kitchen
floor that was almost rotted away, they found
an old box, containing $2,000 and two valuable
rings, with stones like tubies. They offered
me $500, but I refused it, and suggested they
give it to Clara and her friend for a wedding
gift, if they felt they had to give anything.
- Dorothy Springfield, Canoga Park, Calif.



enrich it. The soil thickness may vary from 3 inches or more.
Keep the earth moistened with lukewarm, not cold,

Wheat-grass, grown indoors I may be raised in flower pots.
biscuit-pans, or t if your local florist has them, plain
wooden "flats", some three inches deep. These are easy to move
about .

Harvest in about seven days. Two or three cuttings may be taken
before replanting. And

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for replanting, merely turn the sod under and break into small

To prepare the drink, if you have no blender, cut the wheat-grass
into small pieces with scissors and fill a
measuring cup. Pack it fairly tight. That will be about two
ounces. Do not spoil the potency of the natural elements
by using either aluminum or plastic utensi. . Do not add water
yet. Grind the grass - it will be easy if you do not
assemble your food-grinder too tightly. If your grinder leaks,
catch the drippings in a pan. Add these drippings to the
rest. When you are finished, take your grinder apart. cleaning
the crushed grass from the grooves and adding this to
your ground grass.

Now, add one measuring cup of water. Use water, as ordinary fruit
and vegetable juices are generally filled with
preservatives or white sugar. Mix well. Strain, squeezing the
pulp in the strainer until it is a very light green. Add
about a tablespoonfulof unsulphured molasses-and you have a drink
fit for a king.

Each member of the family should have two or three glasses of
this "wheat-grass manna" drink daily -with or
without meals. If the laxative feature is too prominent, cut down
the amount.



John, or forfeiting his 25 planes. So he had no choice. The
project was dead.

I came back east, and waited for John to get the case settled,
but he died very suddenly-probably of a broken
heart. His death was a great shock to me.

Relying on information John had given me, I began-experimenting,
and in time, had the same cell John had had.
It was easy to recognize as I had seen the same cell under John's
microscope many a time. But I was
hesitant at offering them to the public, remembering John's
experience. Eventually, however,
I did start marketing them - but strictly with the understanding
that these are only for
gardens an d for use in automobiles

I might mention &t while in California, Mr. Willett even tried
spraying with B~Cell water
over his home for mosquitoes. and after two sprayings, he said
they were gone. I remember a
test in which he tried putting the BCell catalysts in his
airplane's gasoline. In one of the
wing tanks, he placed a catalyst, and ordinary gas in the other.
Then he went UP and leveled
off, checking the RPM's. At the same throttle setting, he was
able to get much more from the
gasoline that had been "doctored" than from the other.

As for my own cells. which I have renamed the D-Cell catalysts,
one man in California
reports he tried it on two of three avocado trees; the two
treated produced good crops and
the other did not. Also, a crepemyrtle tree that never bloomed
suddenly broke out in blossoms
as large as footballs after he sprayed it with D-Cell-charged

Naturally, I cannot predict the future for John Brown's"baby"-but
I am certain it has a
future - if only for spraying vegetables and plants. I've tried
it-and it works. What it
actually does, I don't know, because even John didn't know that,
and he was an ex-pharmacist
and the cell's original creator. Maybe someone, some day, will
help isolate this tiny cell,
and discover just what it is the Food and Drug men went to so
much trouble to suppress, back
when it was first being offered to a public suffering more and
more from a shortage of water -
polluted or unpolluted.