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Hundreds Flock To College For Free Treatment Of Ailments

Mr Moon, practises quantum medicine to treat Fijians who are suffering from all ailments and body pain.
11 Apr 2019 10:00
Hundreds Flock To College For Free Treatment Of Ailments

Sixty-nine-year-old Lavenia Vuikadavu, has been battling body pain half her life.

Now the pain has gone and she feels much better after being treated by Korean missionary Ed Moon.

She is among hundreds of people who flock to Kings Seed College in Veisari near Lami every Wednesday and Saturday for treatment.

Quantum treatment

Mr Moon, practises quantum medicine to treat Fijians who are suffering from all ailments and body pain.

Quantum medicine is a type of medicine which uses scientific findings in physics in particular quantum physics which are then used for diagnosis and therapy. It’s a non-invasive procedure that takes out bad blood from the body.

Testimonials

He advocates herbal medicine and advises people on lifestyle changes including diet.

Mrs Vuikadavu said the first time her husband told her about the healing she was reluctant at first.

“It was hard for me to climb up the stairs as I had continuous pain on my back. I was taking a lot of medicine to relieve the pain but she did not feel any better,” Mrs Vuikadavu said.

“This is the fifth time I have been coming here and now I can climb up the stairs. I can see properly now and my blood pressure has improved. I feel so good and better. I am glad that my husband took me to this place.”

Another patient, Taniela Vueta of Waiqanake, near Lami, said: “This is the second time I am here. I had knee pain all the time. I feel better. I believe after a few more checkups I will get much better.”

“The first time I came here he took out the bad blood from my knees. I notice the changes I was feeling and decided to come again.”

Osea Tokovou, 67, of Yasawa, had difficulties walking after his back surgery.

“My legs were always numb after the surgery but it has improved since I came here. I have not regretted coming here,” Mr Tokovou said.

“Now days when people massage they ask for money, but this one is different as it is free. Before I used to get massaged for $20, but now I don’t have to pay for anything.”

About the couple

Mr Moon and his wife Sunjong Bea are from South Korea and they came to Fiji in 2015 to work as missionaries.

Mrs Bea said her husband started helping people with Fijian suffering from illnesses when their son died of blood cancer last February.

Mr Moon studied diseases, their symptoms and how to cure them in the hope that no one would go through what he had faced when he lost his son to cancer.

Edited by Nemani Delaibatiki

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