by Steven M. Rachlin, M.D. & Harvey Rachlin
In this fourth of a six-part series, we continue to tell the dramatic story of Dinshah P. Ghadiali and his light-healing science called Spectro-Chrome, which he introduced in 1920. Following are letters to Dinshah that were published in his monthly magazine.
Let me be brief: for no matter how much I may choose to say, I cannot say more than this: That neither money nor gratitude can pay for what you have given into the hands of the intelligent and conscientious physicians for the cure of the ills of humanity. Spectro-Chrome Therapy is not a “cure-all,” and you do not claim it as such, but it is one of the most potent means of combating disease and bringing the ailing human body back to its healthy state without substituting one disease for another as it is mostly done under the orthodox method of treatment.
I have used your method and have had excellent results in very serious cases. I am using it now and am having great success, and I shall continue to use it with further good results, I am sure. I have recently sent to you, of my own accord, reports on several cases, among them two cases of goiter and two cases of chronic eczema, all of which have shown remarkable improvement under the treatment of Spectro-Chrome. I can add now one more interesting case, that of stubborn jaundice of two years’ standing. The lady, a widow, has had so far eight treatments of Spectro-Chrome only, and the jaundice has diminished by 50 per cent. Dear Doctor, I am aware of the immense struggle you are having to break through the hard shell of vanity and prejudice of the M.D., but I am sure you will succeed and that in the end radio-active and radio-emanative forces will prevail over the coarse, sledge-hammer methods of orthodox treatments. Submitted by Isaac Sossnitz, M.D., New York, New York.
Case of Mrs. D.: When she came to my office, she stated the surgeons had refused to operate. She was very anemic and constantly bleeding so that she had to use several napkins every day in order to keep her clothes from being thoroughly saturated. An examination showed a far advanced cancerous condition of the uterus, the usual pain and tenderness and bleeding freely on the slightest touch. I gave her Spectro-Chrome treatment. After the second treatment, the flow of blood stopped. After the third treatment, there was no more bleeding and she was able to sleep—which she could not do before—and also to take nourishment. Her improvement was remarkable; so much so that her neighbors remarked a great change in her features and thought it was impossible for any kind of treatment to make the improvement which she showed and expressed themselves in regard to the treatment that it must be something very mysterious. My honest opinion is that cancerous cases taken before they are very advanced, can be cured, and cases where cure is impossible, (I feel confident that in every one of these cases) the bleeding and discharge can be stopped and the pain relieved so that the persons so afflicted will be free from suffering. Submitted by James Moran, M.D., New York, Member, American Association of Orificial Surgeons, etc.