February 15, 2016
A wave of mysterious deaths continues to plague practitioners in the field of holistic medicine, including chiropractors, herbalists and other alternative healers, with the latest fatality involving a licensed chiropractor who also worked as a full-time teacher. Dr. Rod Floyd, Associate Professor and Faculty-Clinician with the Palmer College of Chiropractic at the Port Orange, Fla. campus, had just celebrated he and his wife’s 37th wedding anniversary, when he abruptly passed away in his home late last month.
His death occurred when Dr. Floyd and his wife were sitting outside in their backyard one evening, enjoying the full moon and chatting. She went inside for a moment, and when she returned, she found her husband had passed away in his chair, according to Erin Elizabeth of Health Nut News, who is also a friend of chiropractor.
Dr. Floyd’s wife said her husband was “hearty and healthy,” and that friends of theirs had just visited with him a day or two before his death at a holistic health fair. “Everyone is shocked and saddened, as he was healthy, fit, and so much of his life was about health; sharing his vast knowledge with others, and teaching students at Palmer College to go on and share that knowledge as chiropractors,” wrote Elizabeth.
Another ‘healthy’ holistic doctor found dead
In July 2015, we reported on a string of mysterious deaths and disappearances involving seven natural health doctors throughout Fla., including Dr. Jeffrey Bradstreet, a renowned physician known for his skepticism of immunizations and his progressive autism research. His death was ruled a suicide after his body was discovered floating in a North Carolina river with a single gunshot wound to the chest. However, his death was considered suspicious for several reasons, including the fact that shooting oneself in the chest is a highly unusual way to commit suicide.
Cases involving dead or missing doctors now number in the dozens (click here for a more comprehensive list of them). While we initially suspected the string of deaths might be related to experimental treatments involving a naturally occurring molecule called GcMAF, which has the potential to be a universal cure for cancer and autism, among other ailments, Elizabeth has another theory.
Another commonality between the dead or missing holistic doctors is their use of thermography, a non-invasive technique using Digital Infrared Imaging to detect suspicious signs of breast cancer. The technology “is based on the principle that metabolic activity and vascular circulation in both pre-cancerous tissue and the area surrounding a developing breast cancer is almost always higher than in normal breast tissue.
“In an ever-increasing need for nutrients, cancerous tumors increase circulation to their cells by holding open existing blood vessels, opening dormant vessels, and creating new ones (neoangiogenesis). This process frequently results in an increase in regional surface temperatures of the breast.”