Man Claims To Have Been Cured Of Cancer By Bobblehead Doll Of Jesus
A young man from Elizabethtown in Kentucky, claims to have been cured of prostate cancer by a doll representing Jesus Christ, that he kept in his rectum for a total of 40 days.
29-year old Thomas Seymour had tried every possible treatment to cure his devastating disease, but to no avail. His doctor even told him in December 2015, that the chemotherapy had been completely ineffective and that he had less than three months to live.
In a desperate attempt to beat his cancer, the young man turned to God for help… and received it.
As a gesture of devotion, he inserted a small bobblehead doll in the image of Christ in his anal cavity, hoping that the Lord’s healing powers could cure his nearby prostate.
Against all odds, he almost immediately began to feel better, and the symptoms from which he had been suffering for months, gradually disappeared. After 40 days of treatment, he returned to see his doctor, who was astonished to see that all traces of the disease had vanished.
“I couldn’t believe it when he passed his new exams,” says Dr. Francis Baker, who treated Mr Seymour’s cancer. “This man was expected to be dead before the summer, but now he’s completely cured and perfectly healthy. He told me his bobblehead story, and I actually found it pretty funny, but don’t think it had anything to do with it. I would be tempted to say that it might have had some kind of placebo effect, but probably nothing significant. But I have to admit that he really is cured, and I have absolutely no explanation for his healing.”
“Jesus cured me!” Mr Seymour told reporters. “I kept him inside me for 40 days, right next to my cancer, and I prayed a lot. I knew that Christ would never abandon me, but this even better than I hoped for. I am completely cured! The Lord had saved me!”Many miraculous healings have been attributed to holy icons or items throughout history, but this is the first one ever attributed to a bobblehead, a type of collectible toy with its head often oversized compared to its body, connected to the body by a spring in such a way that a light tap will cause the head to bobble, hence the name.
Even if Mr Seymour was cured by this unusual treatment, most medical experts agree that cancer patients should not try it without consulting their doctors first.
By Barbara Johnson, World News Daily Report