jesuits interesting indeed.
Look at the evangelical christians...one of the leaders is a jesuit.
Now why this is important is because typically Catholics and Protestants dont mix.
(at least on surface level)
I used to work at In Touch Ministries - Charles Stanley is the President of the organization, a southern baptist preacher.
While working their they brought in a naturopath, 'Dr.' Jordan Rubin. (maybe spelled wrong...Rubin, Ruban) He is a Christian 'Jew' into health.
No problem here with that. His health program was introduced both at Dr. Stanleys church and at the business side, InTouch. (again no problems with
What was interesting is the 'Dr.' Part.
Now many would want to connect that Dr of naturopath...although I think in his case it was a Ph.D. from somewhere, cant remember.
Its important to know that in the U.S. only 4, if I remember correctly, universities are recognized for the Dr. of Naturopath title. ('properly'
Well, I dug around and found which school he went to for his naturopath training.
If I remember correctly, it was some small homegrown type school in puerto rico...for sure not accredited 'properly' as a place where you could have
a credible 'dr.' title for naturopathic medicine.
Also, the schools website said the school was temporarily closed...shows the significance of this 'grand' school to close its school to redevelop
Not saying you can learn and share you knowledge if you go to a school that is not one of the 4 'accredited' schools for naturopath medicine...but
what caught my eye, was the head of the school, and I believe the school itself...was Jesuit...
Jesuit...wow, a Jewish, Christian, Jesuit, partnering with a Southern Baptist preacher to sell products and share about health. Interesting...people
had mixed feelings about it.
Some questioned his Dr. title as well, in regards to how it was implied it was for naturopathic medicine...though again, with a Ph.D. from basically
anywhere you can slap that title on. It can be deceiving for those that done understand the whole business side of naturopathic medicine...which I
happened to have been deeply into at the time.
Again, no one knew his schools Jesuit background, and it wasn't until after I left In Touch that I found it, scouring the net for info, to see what
type of naturopathic school this 'dr.' came from. - his stuff is in whole-foods, etc. - big money maker, with no true school...shows school is a
scam. - not what you know, but who you know.
But anyway...thought I would throw that in there.
As for a black pope...it would be funny if it was a 'black' pope.
In the end, its all silly games, but yes, it does seem the jesuits have their paws in a lot of places one would not guess.