http://rationalwiki.org/wiki/Suzanne_Humphries ) and track most of her sources, you will be sent to the infamous "Centre de Sèvres" and especially Olivier Clerc. And this guy is actually the great guru (master) of the dangerous cult called the "Universal White Brotherhood".
These people have been accused of brainwashing people to extort money, and they have been charged for false medical allegations that have caused the deterioration of their followers's health.
She's also extensively quoting Robert O. Young, and she calls him a "doctor" [Dr Robert Young], a diploma this impostor never really had: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Robert_O._Young
In 1995, Young allegedly drew blood from two women, told them they were ill, and then sold them herbal products to treat these illnesses. He was charged with two third-degree felony counts of practicing medicine without a license, but pled guilty to a reduced misdemeanor charge. Young argued that he had never claimed to be a medical doctor, that the women had entrapped him by asking to be part of his research, and that he "looked at the women's blood and simply gave them some nutritional advice."
In 2001, Young was again charged with a felony in Utah, after a cancer patient alleged that Young told her to stop chemotherapy and to substitute one of his products to treat her cancer. Subsequently, when an undercover agent visited Young, he allegedly analyzed her blood and prescribed a liquid diet. The case was taken to preliminary trial, but charges were dropped after the prosecutor stated that he could not find enough people who felt cheated by Young. Young dismissed the arrests as "harassment" and stated that he moved to California because the legal climate there was more tolerant. On May 12, 2011 Quackwatch published a critical analysis of Young's qualifications and practices.
In 2007, Kim Tinkham, diagnosed with stage three breast cancer, adopted Young's protocols before appearing on The Oprah Winfrey Show. She enthusiastically promoted them on her website "cancerangel.org". A 2008 press release from Young contained her assertion that she was "cancer free by all medical terms" as diagnosed by her own doctors. Young was criticized following Tinkham's death from cancer on December 7, 2010."
And about the strange ideas promoted by this quack doctor, let me recommend you this critical link:
On typo-c, a forum dedicated to psychology, you have a lot of vulnerable people who should be easy to trick. I can only wonder why you're making obvious advertisements for such dangerous pseudo-new-age cults.
Of course, you're a grown-up and as such, you're free to do so. But what will happen when Raelians, Scientologist, or the next David Koresh will appear here?