On The Next Virginia Insight: Millions of people have been coming to Virginia this month. They come from all over the United States. Some come from halfway around the globe. They come to take a drive along one of America’s most incredibly scenic national parks at a time of year when the colors along the roadway can be absolutely breathtaking.
Maybe you have made this drive yourself.
If you have, you are cordially invited to share your story of the Blue Ridge Parkway, too.
As a kid he once thought he would spend his life rebuilding cars. Then, while on a missionary trip to the Philippines, he discovered medicine.
These days he says he is determined to help people rebuild their health.
His approach includes unusual and even controversial methods, all stemming from his belief that, "our separation from nature has led to huge health problems," and that, "inflammation is the root cause of all human disease."
We pursue further detail from the founder of the Scottsville, Virginia based Revolution Health Center.
Some believe it could become for environmental science what the Super Collider was for physics.
Its name, N.E.O.N, stands for the National Ecological Observatory Network. It is a network that will collect massive amounts of scientific data about changes in ecology taking place all across the United States.
And in this new future of super science, Virginia will play a key role.
As the theory goes, all of us have hidden foundations to our personalities. Those foundations start getting built early. And they most always have cracks in them. Places where things did not come together as perfectly as we may have liked.
For more than 30 years she has traveled the globe to research reports of so-called “near death experiences.” Her findings have filled ten volumes. But now number 11 is out, and it is her most personal account yet.