- When: Monday, 08 April 2019
Where: Foundation Room, Emerson College, Forest Row
Tickets: £8 (£6 concessions)
Are Thoresen speaks about the demons of disease and how to counteract them through his experience of therapeutic work.
Are Thoresen has written a book (published by Steiner Press in December 2018) entitled Demons and Healing: The Reality of the Demonic Threat and the Doppelgänger in the Light of Anthroposophy: Demonology, Christology and Medicine.
Are Thoresen perceives demons and other spiritual beings as clearly as we see one another with ordinary, everyday vision. He sees the demons that cause disease, as well as beings associated with medicinal plants and other substances that can promote health. He has witnessed how demons of disease leave the bodies of the sick and enter the healthy, leading to contagion. Through his therapeutic work, Thoresen has learned that one cannot simply “fight” demons, as they merely “translocate” to others or return later on. The most effective way to counteract malign entities is to dissolve them through the boundless love of the Christ-being.
In his talk at Emerson College, Are Thoresen will speak from deep knowledge — the fruit of more than half a century of practical and clinical experience—offering a better understanding of health and disease. He will recount numerous personal experiences of demonic entities and explain how demons are created. Are Thoresen will describe the phenomenon of poltergeists and the spiritual beings related to various drugs. He will also offer advice for preventing the demonic effects of natural and artificial radiation, and how we can defend and ultimately free ourselves from demonic influence.
About the speaker
Are Thoresen was born in Norway in 1952. A doctor of veterinary medicine, he has also studied anthroposophic medicine, homeopathy, acupuncture, osteopathy, and agriculture. Since 1981, he has had a private holistic practice in Sandefjord, Norway, for healing small animals and horses, as well as people. He has lectured widely, specializing in veterinary acupuncture, and has published dozens of scholarly articles. In 1984, he started to treat cancer patients, both human and animal, which has been the focus of much of his recent research. He is the author of several books on complementary medicine that have been published in various languages.