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The Blu Room® suggested for veterans with “PTSD” – Invented by JZ Knight

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The Blu Room®
Photo courtesy: JZ Knight, used with permission.

* President Trump’s VA appointee Dr. David Shulkin on the The Blu Room®
* The Blu Room® technology was founded by Yelm’s JZ Knight
* Some people with PTSD have greatly benefited from The Blu Room®
* Dr. Shulkin: the VA needs to go outside for private enterprise solutions, treatments


- “Why Dr. David Shulkin is exactly what the VA ordered”
“For every suicide committed by a veteran under the care of the Department of Veteran’s Affairs, there are two vets not under VA care.

That, according to President Donald Trump’s appointee to head the VA – Dr. David Shulkin – is a top priority of his new job.”

“Perhaps VA Secretary Shulkin is embarking the department on a new treatment paradigm, a paradigm of more treatment, more effective treatment, new treatments all under a new management.”

“Good news. A new treatment is inching its way into treatment for “PTSD” and no, it isn’t yoga or meditation at a Tibetan monastery. Can the VA use this new treatment to help thousands of PTSD victims?

Speaking as a “rough, tough” former United States Marine any treatment that includes music, meditation, relaxation and soft lighting seems “touchy and feely” but…there is evidence a high tech combination of all those items seem to help some people with PTSD.

Dr. Shulkin: It’s called “Blue Room” therapy. One might say it is a form of “safe space.” The treatment is non-invasive, requires no special clothing, or professional treatment by doctors or psychologists and only takes 20 minutes a session.

One wonders why the VA isn’t using the technique in heavy veteran lived-in areas like California, Texas, et al. Is it cost or lack of desire? Dr. Shulkin has himself announced that the two worst areas of VA treatment efficiency is in Tennessee and Texas. That’s where this treatment should be implemented immediately.

Results of “Blu Room” use is the true test of the treatment not cost. Dale Vaughn is a Vietnam veteran who has suffered from nightmares for years. He has been formally diagnosed with PTSD.

Another vet, Cynthia Williams-Patnoe, served as a pilot in Afghanistan; her problem was not caused by combat but by a pickup truck that hit her causing brain trauma that required extensive physical and speech therapy treatments.

Both of these vets say they have benefited from Blu Room treatment. Studies from UCLA and John Hopkins University suggest positive results from such treatments, touchy feely or not.

Dr. Shulkin believes that the VA needs to go outside for private enterprise solutions and treatments; so do we, by Raoul Lowery Contreras, The Hill opinion contributor.
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- “6 Alternative Therapies For PTSD”
“Post-traumatic stress disorder (often referred to simply as PTSD) can severely affect the lives of those who suffer from it. Sadly, this condition affects many people. According to the organization PTSD United, about 24.4 million people in the United States alone suffer from PTSD. Anyone who has experienced a traumatic event is vulnerable to developing this condition, and it is one that often affects active military service members and veterans.

The good news is, there are a number of alternative therapies that may greatly aid sufferers of PTSD. The following are just six of the many that are out there, [First listung, The Blu Room],” by Meditation Daily.
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- The Blu Room® is available to the public in Yelm, Olympia, and worldwide.
In Yelm at The U Wellness Center.
Click here for more information.

In Olympia at the Absolute Health Clinic.
Click here for more information.

The Blu Room® locations now operating on four continents.
North & South America, Asia, Europe, and coming soon to Australia.
Click here for more information.

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JZ Knight on Beyond The Ordinary Show with Host/Founder John Burgos, February 22, 2017

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JZ Knight
Photo © 2016-2017 JZ Knight,
used with permission.



- JZ Knight interviewed Feb. 22 at 5PM PST on the Beyond The Ordinary Show
Topic: Creating Your Future Now
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- About the Beyond The Ordinary Show
The Beyond The Ordinary Show, founded and hosted by John Burgos, offers FREE LIVE interactive webinar broadcasts featuring the world’s leading transformative thought leaders, energy healers and spiritual masters.

Established as a platform to honestly speak about subjects, feelings and thoughts that are hard to find in mass media, the Beyond The Ordinary Show quickly grew into an interactive community for those seeking ancient wisdom, the next generation of mystical teachings, spiritual awakening and soulful guidance.

Each broadcast is LIVE and FREE, and features John sitting down with today’s most relevant, cutting-edge experts and awakened luminaries to talk about physical, mental and spiritual clarity and direction, and so much more!
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JZ Knight marks 40 years with Ramtha: Begins 5th decade of Ramtha’s teachings for the world

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JZ Knight
Photo courtesy: © 2014-2017 JZ Knight, used with permission.



* Ramtha appeared to JZ Knight 40 years ago this week
* Knight became known as a “channel” of Ramtha and 1980′s New Age movement icon
* Ramtha established his Yelm-based School of Enlightenment (RSE) in 1988
* Yelm acclaimed internationally as a spiritual hub – Ramtha teachings delivered on 6 continents
* RSE has been a Yelm economic engine for decades, thousands have come here annually
* JZ Knight and Ramtha now begin the 5th decade of their remarkable journey together



- On the third Sunday of the second month, February 20, 1977:
“Einstein and I were becoming giddy and downright silly. You can only do so many pyramids, and there are only so many things you can find to go under them. Maybe that is why all those mummies died so young — they laughed them¬selves to death building their graves. At any rate, we began to laugh hysterically. In jest, I grabbed one of the rejects off the floor, held it over my head, and proclaimed, ‘Attention, attention please, you are now about to witness a miracle. We are about to place our new brain machine upon the willing victim, upon whom nature did not smile with great intelli¬gence. Carefully we place the pyramid in the aligned posi¬tion, encompassing the entire head and face. In moments, gentlemen, you will witness a truly magnificent transfor¬mation.’

I placed it on my head, and through peals of laughter from myself and Einstein, I mumbled, ‘I sure hope it works.’ After a few moments, I lifted the end of the pyramid just to eye level and, laughing so hard that tears were streaming from my eyes, I caught the glimmer of a bright light at the other end of my kitchen. The light was blurred by the tears, so I reached for a tissue and wiped the tears away. I blinked, and to my utter shock and amazement, there stood a giant man at the other end of my kitchen . . . just standing there, aglow.

This . . . thing . . . was made all of light, like golden glitter dropped through a ray of sunlight. His shoulders came to the top of the door, and it was as if the ceiling had dis¬appeared to make room for his head. It was beautiful. His robe seemed to be of purple light, a dazzling display of color and crystal against this strangeness of immense human form. An illuminating white overlay formed the broad mantle of his shoulders. I could not make out if jewels and gold flashed upon his heavenly robe or if they were lights. These were the brightest lights and colors I had ever seen, and yet they were not harsh. His face . . . it was the most beautiful face I had ever seen . . . eyes that shone like ebony stones with copper flashes . . . skin, if that is what it was, the coloring of olive, bronze, illuminated, and a fine chiseled nose and a broad jawline and a smile that would rival any Hollywood star’s. My eyes went glassy, like those of a sleepwalker. I could hear voices about me, but they were far away, like in a dream. The power to reason had fled my mind, and I felt pulled into the splendor of that unearthly magic. A blue light blazed and filled the room with an aura of innocence and holy peace that emanated from this stately form. A moment later — I don’t know, maybe it was an hour later — I formed an utterance of words that must have come from a feeble innocence within my being. “You are so beautiful. Who are you?’

A smile so divine parted his lips to reveal glistening, immaculate teeth.

I am Ramtha the Enlightened One. I have come to help you over the ditch.’
The words were delivered in a most melodious manner,” quoting Knight’s New York Times Bestseller book State of Mind.

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Washington Supreme Court Denies Coverdale Petition for Review

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Justices of the Washington Supreme Court
Photo credit: Washington Courts

- Washington Supreme Court Denies Coverdale Petition for Review
RE: Supreme Court Nos. 89193-1 / No. 92803-7

- From the Press Release issued by JZK, Inc., September 6, 2016:
“The Washington Supreme Court has issued an order solidifying JZK, Inc.’s legal victories against Virginia Coverdale, a former student of Ramtha’s School of Enlightenment (RSE). A five-judge panel unanimously denied Coverdale’s request to review a 2013 trial court decision finding that Coverdale had breached two separate written contracts in which she agreed not to disseminate RSE materials without the school’s permission. A three-judge panel of the Court of Appeals, the state’s intermediary appellate court, affirmed the trial court earlier this year. The Supreme Court also ruled that Coverdale would be required to reimburse JZK, Inc. for the legal fees occasioned by her conduct—a sum now exceeding $1 million.”

The Supreme Court’s refusal to accept the case also brings closure to an array of meritless counterclaims that Coverdale asserted against JZK, Inc. and its founder, JZ Knight. In both the original action and a subsequent lawsuit, Coverdale asserted over a dozen separate causes of action including defamation, misrepresentation, violations of consumer protection laws, and civil conspiracy. Despite being represented by at least four separate law firms over the course of the litigation, Coverdale failed to prove a single allegation. Her counterclaims were dismissed in 2013 and her subsequent lawsuit was dismissed by yet another judge in January of 2016.”

This case was not about free speech. It was about theft. This case was only about Virginia Coverdale’s use of a private teaching from an event in February 2012 without permission from JZK, Inc. in breach of her agreement.”

In addition to her court losses, Coverdale walks away with a large debt of court-awarded fees and costs. With accrued monthly interest, the total is presently over $860,000.

* On January 19 of this year, Division II of the Washington State Court of Appeals upheld the decisions of two separate Thurston County Superior Court judges validating JZK, Inc.’s Conditions of Participation agreement and determining that Coverdale violated her agreement.

* As a result, the lower court’s order directing Coverdale to pay JZK, Inc. $600,021 in attorneys’ fees and costs stands. This judgment against Coverdale has accrued interest at 12 percent since the July 19, 2013 fee award was entered.

* JZK, Inc. received an additional award of attorneys’ fees and costs in the amount of $83,625 for prevailing before the Court of Appeals.

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JZK, Inc. was also awarded attorneys’ fees and costs in the State Supreme Court Order in an amount to be submitted and finalized in the week ahead.”

Click here to read the full Press Release, September 6, 2016.

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JZ Knight’s letter to the Nisqually Valley News on Coverdale case

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JZ Knight
Photo © 2016 JZ Knight,
used with permission.

- JZ Knight’s Letter to the Editor of the Nisqually Valley News
“Several weeks ago, Virginia Coverdale wrote a letter to you stating that she had withdrawn her lawsuit against me and JZK, Inc. because she had lost her appeal of the Thurston County Superior Court rulings against her from July of 2013. She wrote that she did not walk away empty-handed. That is so.

In addition to her court losses, Coverdale walks away with a large debt of court-awarded fees and costs. With accrued monthly interest, the total is presently over $830,000.

On January 19 of this year, Division II of the Washington State Court of Appeals upheld the decisions of two separate Thurston County Superior Court judges validating JZK, Inc.’s Conditions of Participation and determining that Coverdale violated it.

As a result, the lower court’s order directing Coverdale to pay JZK, Inc. $600,021 in attorneys’ fees and costs stands. This judgment against Coverdale has accrued interest at 12 percent since the July 19, 2013 fee award was entered.

JZK, Inc. anticipates an additional award of attorneys’ fees and costs for prevailing before the Court of Appeals. An agreed fee award in the amount of $83,625 was submitted to the appellate court, without opposition, on January 29, 2016.

While Coverdale has sought discretionary review in the Washington Supreme Court, she has already had two other requests for discretionary appellate consideration rejected in this case. Coverdale’s rehashing of the same arguments will bring the same results. Wisdom comes with a steep price.”

- JZ Knight


- “PAY THE PIPER Failed Lawsuits Against JZ Knight, JZK, Inc. Put Coverdale in Major Debt”
Click here for the Letter to the Editor published May 5 in the Nisqually Valley News.



Virginia Coverdale sued in Thurston County Superior Court
Photo by Scott Roberts/Freedom Foundation
in the Nisqually Valley News.



- Of note:
Coverdale took her case before two Thurston County Superior Court judges, Division II of the Washington State Court of Appeals and the Washington Supreme Court, all resulting in her losses and the debt burden Knight mentioned above. Even some of Coverdale’s more realistic supporters went on-the-record in The Olympian at the beginning of her pursuit saying this was a simple breach of contract and she would lose.

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JZ Knight in live interactive, free webinar – OPEN TO THE PUBLIC – Wed., Feb. 3, 5pm Yelm time

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Copyright © 2016 JZ Knight.

Click here for the flyer’s online version.

Click here to register for this free interactive webinar.

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JZ Knight on Coast to Coast AM -
Wednesday, July 1st

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Coast-to-Coast AM with George Noory reports JZ Knight will be Noory’s guest on Wednesday, July 1:

Seal Team Six/ UFO Insights
Wednesday – July 1, 2015
Hosted by George Noory
Guest(s): Don Brown, JZ Knight

In the first half of the program, former administrative law attorney at the Pentagon, Don Brown, will discuss the mysterious helicopter crash which killed seventeen members of Navy SEAL Team Six that had killed Osama Bin Laden ninety days earlier. In the latter half, founder and President of Ramtha’s School of Enlightenment, JZ Knight, will talk about the recent renewed interest in UFOs, the history high level governments have had with UFOs and ETs as well as insights from Ramtha, an entity who lived as a human being 35,000 years ago on the ancient continent of Lemuria.
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State Constitution ruling negates one Coverdale ruling –
first ruling remains intact, Coverdale owes $600,000+

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- “Supreme Court’s Ruling Negates Judgment Against Coverdale”
“Ex-Ramtha’s School of Enlightenment Student Won’t Have to Pay $36,000 ”

“A Washington State Supreme Court ruling is saving ex-Ramtha’s School of Enlightenment student Virginia Coverdale about $36,000.
Coverdale is suing JZ Knight and her company, JZK, Inc., in Thurston County Superior Court.
In December, Thurston County Superior Court Judge Carol Murphy threw out Coverdale’s claims of negligence and intentional infliction of emotional distress, while allowing Coverdale’s other claims to move forward.
Murphy ordered Coverdale to pay Knight and JZK, Inc., more than $36,000 in fees and penalties under the state’s anti-SLAPP (strategic lawsuit against public participation) statute.
But the Washington State Supreme Court ruled on May 28 that the anti-SLAPP statute is unconstitutional because it violates a person’s constitutional right to trial by jury.
Now that the statute has been declared unconstitutional, Coverdale doesn’t have to pay the $36,000.”

“The ruling doesn’t affect a judgment from a previous case in which JZK, Inc., sued Coverdale. Coverdale was ordered in July 2013 to pay the company $600,000 in attorney’s fees and court costs,” by Steven Wyble, Nisqually Valley News.
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Daniela Avon-Razo: A Remembrance

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Daniela Avon-Razo of Mexico

Today we remember and focus on one of our fellow students who was aboard the Germanwings flight [9525] that crashed in France [March 24, 2015].

Daniela Ayon began her studies with RSE in Spain in 2004, joining the Blue College Group in Yelm in 2009. Daniela was a world citizen, participating in events in Europe, Australia, and for the last several years in Mexico. She shared her journey in the Great Work with many friends, her mother Gladys Razo, and her sister Fernanda Ricco.

Daniela’s most recent event was the Divine Jazz Mexico Retreat with Ramtha and me in February of last year.

Remembrances can be posted to Daniela’s Facebook page at www.facebook.com/daniela.ayon

Let this remind all of us to create our day so that our destiny may be long and fruitful — a beautiful lesson Daniela leaves with us.

Sweet sorrows,
JZ Knight

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Testing Concludes that JZ Knight and Ramtha Have Distinct, Separate DNA

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Ramtha channeled by JZ Knight, Dr. Matthew Martinez
Tuesday, January 6, 2015

- Results Confirmed by three Separate Labs in Different Locations
March 10, 2015 – YELM, Washington – DNA samples taken from JZ Knight before and during a period while she was channeling Ramtha have produced a startling scientific result – the DNA from JZ Knight and the DNA from Ramtha are dramatically different.

Samples of cheek swabs were taken from JZ Knight and sent to independent laboratories in California, Florida, and Missouri specializing in DNA testing. All three of those DNA samples resulted in exact matches for Knight with gene markers of R1B Y DNA with QM242 with a DNA sequence of TACTGATCG indicating a person of French European descent.

Two days later two cheek swab DNA samples were taken from Knight as she channeled Ramtha. The results indicated dramatically different DNA from Knight – a R1B Y DNA with CM217 with a sequence of ACCAGCTGC indicating a person with American Indian and Viking descent. The mathematical probability that three separate lab samples sent to three different laboratories would get the exact same DNA sequencing two separate times is astronomical, proving that the methods were scientifically sound and the results are truly astonishing.

“There is no doubt in my mind that the DNA from JZ Knight in her everyday life and from Ms. Knight when she was channeling Ramtha demonstrate an incredibly rare scientific phenomenon,” said Dr. Matthew Martinez, JZ Knight’s personal physician, who collected the cheek swabs and sent the samples at the same time to three different laboratories. “There is no debate – the DNA samples indicate completely different people.”

DNA testing is now widely used to test for inherited diseases and to determine ancestry and biological relationships. The biochemical tests can find changes in chromosomes, proteins, and genes. Sampling DNA through cheek swab collection has become common in recent years. Many companies offer DNA sampling services for tracing family lineage and learning about one’s genetic propensities.

A summary of the side-by-side comparisons of DNA samples taken from JZ Knight before channeling, and while channeling, Ramtha can be found at: www.ramtha.com/Docs/JZ_Ramtha_DNA_Test_Results.pdf

Click here to read the full Press Release.

Click here to read the Press Release on PR Newswire.

Click here for the story from the front page of the Nisqually Valley News.

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