Saturday, August 4, 2018

My 40-Year Anniversary as a Knight of the SOSJ, 1978-2018 By Grand Master Serge Jurasunas

My 40-Year Anniversary as a Knight of the SOSJ, 1978-2018

By Grand Master Serge Jurasunas

These photos were taken during a private induction ceremony, arranged by

Professor Peter Platzer and officiated over by Grand Master Serge Jurasunas, of an important group of initiates traveling to the Chapel of Szidona Castle in Hungary, from as far away as Russia. Right Photo: Professor Nebel inducted as Knight Grand Cross in the Order.

In 1978 I entered the Order and became a Knight of Grace because I was searching for something different in my life, something that portrayed the highest values, that I believed in. I was searching for ways to serve God and to help humanity. This was something that I needed greatly, which served me immensely during the course of my profession. I had realized that disease was not only physical but it also involved the patient who needed both to be educated and to trust himself/herself. In order to cure himself, he needed to have faith and to believe in God. In my opinion, this is especially true for the cancer patient who like most other patients needs something to believe in and fight for, otherwise, their only other option would be to face death.

Now If I remember correctly because 40 years ago is a long time, we met with H.E. Baron Vella Haber who was then the International Grand Prior of the Order, in an old 15th-century tavern in a small town called Horn, located in Holland. It was there I celebrated my Solemn Investiture Ceremony together with two more postulants.

From that day onwards, I became increasingly involved with the Order and built a very good relationship with H.E. Vella Haber. Over the years I progressed one step at a time, first as Knight Commander, then as a Knight Grand Cross, and then as Baliff. I was also nominated Ambassador at Large, Grand Hospitaller and finally my good and respected friend H.E. Vella Haber sent me a letter asking me if I would accept the position of Grand Master among other nominees who would be voted in by the International sovereign Council. When I had accepted this responsibility, my main aim was to become even more devoted to the Order and to really assume the role of Spiritual Protector. For me it was not, and has never been, just to have this position for its prestige.

In the beginning, I was honored with the concession of running my own clinic under the auspices of the SOSJ, in this respect feeling very privileged to have received a decree sent to me by H.E. Vella Haber. It made a big difference because now I was practicing under the Oath of the Order and helping patients in need, just the same as when back at the beginning of the eleventh century, Fra. Gerardo opened a small hospital to help the injured, the sick and the poor.  This really fulfilled my spirit and it showed me what path in life would be like in the future.  If before I felt committed to my patients, I now felt even more committed to both God and to the Order, having taken the Vows of a Knight. From here on I would be practicing in their names to whom I now became accountable.

I thus felt I that was not alone performing my daily duty since   God and the Order were both by my side. Thereupon I thusly decided to exhibit a large framed portrait of Christ in my consulting office. Indeed this inspired so many patients to ask me for a copy, which I was more than pleased to offer especially during the Christmas season. This was the same figure of Christ that was published in the Observer along with a small article that I wrote some years ago.  Two other beautiful framed figures of Christ were also displayed in other parts of the clinic including the waiting room alongside the decree showing that my clinic was being run under the protection of the SOSJ. What an honor indeed it was for me to display such a decree!

Can I say that the Order changed something in my life? Most definitely, since I no longer felt alone as I was now experiencing a spiritual support which provided me with an even greater motivation to help those of my patients who felt totally lost. Whenever I quoted them some of the words that Christ had uttered I was also teaching them about the real values of life. Personally, I felt a greater strength inside of me as I became more involved with the lives of my patients. I realized that for many of them, their disease, their illness was mainly associated with psychological and/or family problems. Over the years I became the confidant for many of my patients, having been able to personally advise them how they should handle these problems. Today it seems very easy for me to advise a patient but of course with a half-century of experience behind me. I feel this service enabled me to acquire greater skills. Unfortunately, in recent years, human beings have become like machines with no roots in the past, no education, and no sacred beliefs. This is tragic since our society leans toward permanent violence and crime even within the family nucleus. Juvenile violence has become a world-wide problem. Many of us are no longer able to tell the difference between what is good and what is bad. We have become indifferent and immune to malice, to violence and to betrayal. We are losing many of our values and we badly need to review and learn once again those which are the real principles of life.

Over the years, I subsequently became a very great friend of H.E. Vella Haber. I had the highest respect for him especially for how he dedicated his own life to the Order. Needless to say, he was well aware of my devotion to the Order and my love for humanity along with all my accomplishments in the medical field over the ensuing years. This was probably the reason he wanted me to become the new Grand Master of the Order after H.E. Baron Kenneth Bertram Benfield de Palmanova, of Coventry (U.K.), passed away to a better life.

Since I became Grand Master, I have often tried and hoped to inspire the Observer’s readership via my articles addressing the spiritual nature of our being. This is not always easy when one currently works in the field of science, but I guess because of the very nature I was able to combine both spirituality and science.  That permitted me to really offer considerable spiritual support, strength to fight by means of my faith in God, especially in Christ, whilst I was ministering to many of my patients. What is so exceptionally fulfilling is that after 50 years I still have the same patients as well as the same families that still come to me for consultation.

           Left: Anna Ruska (Russia), Inducted as Knight & Dame.        
           Right: Professor Nebel, Inducted to the Rank of  Knight 
                      Grand Cross.

So I may say that I have had a very rich life during my 50 years of practice, where several patients owe me their lives, having been healed if not cured of their ‘incurable diseases’. I remember one patient, a 36-year-old man, who after having been under complete remission from a bad multiple myeloma cancer, organized a mass in his village church inviting all his friends, neighbors, family myself and my wife, to thank them for their support. He also offered to thank God for letting him live,  since he was the father of two children. A few months earlier we had gone to Rome with the staff of my clinic where upon arrival, we all went to St. Peter’s Cathedral to pray for this patient. So after all, not only is God always very kind, he listens to our prayers.

Is it He who guides me through my role as Grand Master of the Order? I am sure that his hands lead me through the decisions I have to make and through His help, I have been able to always live up to the Vows I took during my Investiture Ceremony.  Yes, perhaps that is what I am most proud of: of never having fallen short of this promise to defend the Order at all times and to loyal to it forever.

Yours in Saint John,

H. E. the Grand Master of the S.O.S.J.

Bailiff Grand Cross Serge Jurasunas

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Tuesday, June 12, 2018

Women Living in Fear of Their Cancer

Lately I've been confronted more than ever with middle aged women breast cancer patients in a stage of fear and anxiety after having totally accepted any barbaric surgery, long term chemotherapy and radiation without thinking of the eventual consequences often resulting in little or no benefit. As mentioned by Dr. Arnold Burstein of Boston's Dana-Farber Cancer Institute many women think, “If I don't get chemotherapy I'm certainly going to die, but if I get chemo I'm going to be cured”. Usually the benefit turns out to be little or even none. Subsequently there's a greater risk of metastasis diffusion, secondary cancer recurrence and death at the end. This is what I often witness in my clinic with these poor women coming in with more metastasis and in recurrence who continue to experiment with even more chemotherapy.

One day I told one such patient, “If the chemotherapy didn't cure you the first time why you think it will cure you now?” We have never seen a case of breast cancer recurrence with metastasis to the liver, bones, lungs having ever been cured by chemotherapy. Yet Oncologists proclaim that it's only their treatment can cure cancer.

Well, let's tell the truth, today no one is speaking of cure but only of stopping tumor progression even without a decrease in size. This is considered a success because it may prolong the patient's life, how about that ! We are still quite far from, 'THE CURE IS AT OUR DOOR, CANCER WILL BE SOON CURED' as is often reported by the media.

We are looking at the cancer and the treatment of cancer in the wrong direction. Since medicine first discovered that the poisonous mustard gas used during WWI and especially WWII could be toxic to tumors, they started to use it as a heavy toxic weapon in lieu of using any other treatment. This move by Oncology to use a weapon that was supposed to kill the tumor has instead brought tragic consequences for the patient while at the same time it became an enormous industry with huge financial profits. In fact cancer become the most profitable sector for the pharmaceutical industry with a probable turnover in excess of over 500 billion dollars per year.

I first want to say that chemotherapy is not selective. After being injected in the vein it becomes a poison for the entire body while chemotherapy by itself is also carcinogenic. However the tragedy is that since that day medical doctors see and worry only about the tumor as the cancer disease, they have little or no consideration for other approaches but especially for the patient. One doctor wrote in an article, “We learn how to treat disease but not to understand the suffering of the patient.” Cancer is far from being only a localized disease which must be destroyed by any possible means. Surgery, chemotherapy and radiation focus only on the tumor but we also have to look the body, mind and spirit as a whole. 

Some patients but especially breast cancer patients may have what I call a “BREAST CANCER PROFILE” meaning they are very nervous and emotional people, having a bad colon and a disturbed microbiome. We not only have our second brain associated with disturbed brain function, but we also have the relationship between the nervous system and the immune system. A new Science is called psychoneuroimmunology. Today the connection between the Brain and Immunity is well documented and shows how the hypothalamus plays a key role in the emotional response to stress. There also is a relationship between the nervous system and the immune system. I have spent over 20 years observing breast cancer patient irises and have built a special chart showing the corresponding iris signs. What you really see is a collarette going in a zig-zag pattern, mostly inflamed, accentuated in the brain area, the spleen, the thymus and often entering into the mammary zone. So it really shows the: Breast + Nervous System + Colon axis (but also other cancers such ovarian, for instance). Frequently these patients are very emotional and can be depressed, anxious, afraid to die and willing to accept anything the medical doctors say but most often will not consider showing herself how to take responsibility and actively pursue something different. Others are divided between accepting conventional medicine and trying some alternative but keep to their traditional profile where the outcome is not always the best. That being said I feel that iridology is very helpful to monitor the overall condition and profile of the patient, but very rarely do doctors working with cancer ever use Iridology as a diagnostic tool, which is too bad being very important (See my article, “Health and Disease by Iridology Examination” or for an even better understanding read my book, “Health and Disease Begin in the Colon”).

I recently had a case of a middle age woman that during pregnancy was diagnosed with an aggressive triple negative breast cancer. She submitted to a double mastectomy followed by chemotherapy which indeed didn't save her since metastasis had now been diagnosed in the ganglions with secondary nodules. She then went back for more chemotherapy which as we know was certainly not the solution. However she was very emotional and would hardly ever really change, which I realized after 2 consultations. This is a tragic case of a mother of 3 children but here we have a real world example of a breast cancer profile where we have to spend more time to speak to her so that she needs to adopt a better attitude to not be a loser, to offer better understanding explaining that we can help but 50% of the results is in her hands no matter how long it will take. I decided to give her an injectable Hypothalamus treatment (from live cells), 2 ampules twice per week over a 2 week duration together with melatonin which down-regulates the hypothalamus reducing the production of estrogen but also balances the nervous system. Such patients always show not only a very low level of melatonin, but a clinician also needs to look for candida invasion which was the case with this patient. Her Live Blood Analysis really showed enormous colonies of candida after taking 3 chemotherapy treatments, an indication of a major decrease in immune cell activity. Candida produces toxins that greatly disturb the immune system and favor mutation of the P53 tumor suppressor gene.

I always use hypothalamus i.m for very emotional patients with various health problems and it really works very well. She may get better where we can let her body fight the disease, especially with her immune cells.

Lately I came across an article called, 'New Molecular Marker Could Predict if Breast Cancer Patients Need Chemotherapy', but the truth was it presented only the BcL2 gene, more of an oncogene that increases survival of cancer cells and resistance to treatment. I am very familiar with BcL2 having used it for about 12 years in my patient blood testing. The article mentions that BcL2 retains its ability to predict whether chemotherapy will be beneficial in the short term or long term, even when a cancer recurs many years later.

Wonderful! Since this is what I already have been doing, what I see looking at the test results with my patients who often show high overexpressed BcL2 thus no benefit from chemotherapy. The problem being this concept is simply not understood by patients and even by most Oncologists. I have been doing complete molecular markers testing including P53, BcL2, Bax, Survivin, P21 where we have have here some independent cancer makers that also serve as a diagnostic, prognosis and treatment follow up. Personally speaking I feel all alone with little understanding even when making lectures in congresses and seminars.

However over the years I have been able to select natural dietary compounds that simply target such genes which I can always observe and verify via the blood testing of my patients. This explains why they get more benefit from just chemotherapy. Now with such breast cancer patients we can mention once again the case of the double mastectomy patient who showed an overexpressed BcL2 and survivin. Her prognosis initially indicated that if her treatment could not decrease their activity she will suffer from more metastasis in the future. I am waiting to see her second test results. Other such patients usually have mutated P53 protein which has consequences from the poor chemotherapy results. One of my breast cancer patients, a medical doctor entered into a state of panic after completing her blood testing where I was obliged to have stern words saying, 'You are not a child to act like that'. I heard she decided to practice some yoga which offers a positive attitude that will help her.

Now coming back to my double mastectomy patient, not even a month had passed when we found my treatment reduced metastasis in the ganglions and the secondary nodules so I expect to see an improvement in her second blood testing. Some breast cancer patients are winners from the beginning and others are losers. This example shows the big difference, which is not always a question of chemotherapy treatment or complementary treatment but rather a question of genetic profile, mind and hereditary condition.

Look for my articles:
The Oxidative Dried Blood Test in the Assessment of Metabolic Dysfunction and Inflammatory Conditions. Townsend Letter June, 2018

How to Approach the Cancer Patient, Diagnosis and Treatment.
Townsend Letter: To be published in the special cancer issue, August\September 2018. (This article reflect further about what I explained to her and how to approach the cancer patient)

A Complementary Approach to Breast Cancer. A Case with Multiple Liver Metastasis is Free from Disease.

Townsend Letter. August\September 2014

Breast Cancer Theory, Profiling through Iridology.

A Naturopathic Approach to Breast Cancer

Townsend Letter ~June 2003. (Available Online:
Townsend Letter:

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'Professor Serge Jurasunas Protocol for Cancer Treatment' (Available in slideshare).

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Sunday, April 8, 2018

The Miracle of Our Medicine

Each time conventional medicine cannot cure or even help a patient especially in the case of incurable diseases, we say it is a miracle when it can be solved through Naturopathic or Alternative medicine. I previously presented the case of a young man that came to see me some 38 years ago with collapsed kidneys who was handed a death sentence, but today you can see him presented in the before and after photos previously published in this blog.

In my book, “Health and Disease Begin In the Colon”, I showed the case of woman with Melas syndrome (incurable) which also was published in the Townsend Letter. It was really something to show how we could improve and modify the physical aspect of this patient and give her back some normal life. During all my 50 years of practice I have performed so many of these 'MIRACLES' especially with cancer patients since most of my patients have cancer. Patients talk to other patients and that this the way you fill up your clinic.

Right now I am finishing a new book in which I include around 30 or 40 cases of cancer patients where even some had been treated without surgery and chemotherapy and their illness resolved, where we may say some of these cases were miraculous!

Today I would like to present a new case that really has been a miracle with this young woman named Patricia, who came to my clinic practically blind, walking in by the side of her mother not having any vision, only blurred light. Her disease was called orbital cellulitis and was caused by a bacterial infection of the tissues around the eyes. This bacteria might also spread to your eyes as a result of a sinus infection but Patricia got the bacteria while at the hospital for a check up. Orbital cellulitis may cause vision problems and even total blindness as was in Patricia's case. She kept on getting worse each time she saw her doctors, who told her that she had to get used to her blindness for the rest of her life. She had to be prepared to walk with a cane and learn to move about like other blind people. Can you believe this! So many other diseases have no cure as proclaimed by doctors, also being written in black and white in their text books that declare nothing can be done.

However having been confronted with this new case, I wanted to to see it if was treatable as in the case of Melas syndrome, to discover what can be done! But we can always say:


Of course initially I did not have any idea about what I could do for her, yet even at the beginning I was not very enthusiastic to handle this case even telling her mother that I saw no solution. But Patricia looked so desperate, so sad, with such anxiety over being permanently blind for the rest of her life; a girl of 24 years can you imagine?? They insisted so much that I decided to try something innovative. Often my intuition is good.

After several months of treatment, today Patricia can live her life normally, walk by herself, drive her car, finishing this nightmare. Of course in the hospital no doctor could understand what happened to her or how she recovered, but they also asked no questions about what she had done.

 Patricia, December 2017 When She First Began to Recover

I witnessed Patricia recovering little by little. Each time she came in, other patients recognized her, talked to her and also witnessed her recovery. A cancer patient who came in from France was in the waiting room at Patricia's first consultation gave her the address of one of the world's best hospitals in Paris for eye problems with highly specialized doctors and professors. Yesterday, 4th April 2018 by coincidence, the patient came in for consultation and by the way, we had by then eliminated the metastasis to his liver where now he no longer needs surgery. Patricia was also in her for her treatment that she keeps up to make sure she would be totally cured. There was no longer any need for her to go to Paris to this special hospital. So you may imagine the reaction of the man when he saw Patrica reading a journal! Previously she could not read or even watch TV. As the photos show today Patricia is a very happy girl. Truly this is really a miracle. Of course she had considerable help from her mother who was ready to do anything or go anywhere to save the vision of her daughter. This is the type of reward we have in life instead of a medal from a Society that totally ignores what we can accomplish. The media did not even show a little interest in the case.

Patricia in March 2018 Looking Better, Happier Her Vison Totally Recovered

When you have a patient with a difficult case in front of you to resolve you can go by the book but also from your intuition which for me, always works. In fact it was the same with the case of the Melas syndrome. If you search there is nothing on both sides of medicine but my intuition told me to use some special therapy that I described in the article. Now for the time being I will keep secret what I have done to treat his case a secret because often it is not easy and you have to spend considerable time and energy to think and innovate but I can share my knowledge with those who are in the same situation or doctors who really may want to learn about my approach. Just send me an email: