Profile for VSangel0309

(3 stories) (6 posts) (karma: 3 points)

2012-09-19
United States
 
I am a 37 year old scientist and Christian who has had many experiences with the unknown. I have always liked about myself that even though I have to have empirical evidence in my job, there is also something to be said for intuition and trusting your gut to guide you in this life. I guess I am more like the scientists of old who had deeply rooted faith in God. I simply cannot look at cells and watch them grow in a culture dish without being completely in awe of God's creation. For me, science is a way of worship and adoration because with my skills I can directly observe how amazing creation is and there is no way someone could ever convince me after seeing a human heart beating as it was being placed on a bypass machine during bypass surgery that there isn't a divine creator. I get a front row seat to miracles everyday.

As far as my spiritual side, I would call myself a sensitive or empath because I am so in tune with the suffering of others or of places where suffering has occurred. I would say that sensitivity made it only natural I would seek a career in healing. I was a nurse for about nine years before I switched to medical research and I cared for many patients with psychiatric diseases, and I also had some unpleasant experiences with negative entities in psych patients. You can feel the difference.
 
Ghost Stories from VSangel0309

Evil Doctor on 2012-09-19

You guys know me formerly as Elle0309; something happened to my account and I had to create a new one. It has been a long time since something paranormal, or what I perceived as paranormal, has happened to me. Honestly, I prefer it that way. Recently, I traveled to San Angelo, TX, to conduct a s...

Territorial Ghost And Bad Vibes on 2012-02-29

This experience occurred between March 2010 and March 2011, in Fort Worth, TX. My husband (boyfriend at the time) and I were looking for a place close to campus where I worked and he attended classes. He was going through a rough time in graduate school (Physician Assistant program) because he was h...

Scientist Who Believes on 2012-02-14

When I was 15 years old, I had an experience which I will never forget. Thankfully, like birthing a child, the terror is not relived, but the memory is still very vivid. I had a rather strict religious upbringing where I was exposed to rigid standards and beliefs. Thankfully, I was able to filter th...

Last 20 posts from VSangel0309
Date: 2012-10-01
I think what I am hoping to do is if any of you reading this are in a similar situation or have family that might be, to empower you with information that could benefit you or your loved ones. The labs were only high in the elderly patients; younger ones metabolized the ethyl benzene and cleared it from their blood. However, the vital organs do build up the toxin over time. Things to look out for in this situation are heart disease, breathing issues (i.e. COPD, asthma), lung cancer, even.

As far as the noise in my kitchen, I don't know what it was, really, but it spurred me to get up and take care of ridding myself of the energy. I needed to do that cleansing badly. It is really hard to express in words the angst I felt working there. Everything that man touched fell apart. Machines, people, business deals; I don't know how he is still practicing. It was pretty evident to me that he had created something no one wants to be a part of.
Date: 2012-10-01
For now I am leaving the control with the patients because I wouldn't do anything without getting their permission first. I was never able to figure out why I couldn't get anyone to help (including lawyers), but it is possible that the physician that I worked for had a worse reputation than even I knew about. In some of the cases, the drilling is on their land, and they have contracts which prohibit them from seeking damages for adverse health events brought about by the drilling in exchange for the monthly royalties. I agree that it is not right and I have looked at everything I can do, but unless the patients want to do something, it is out of my hands, really. It has only been a week since I sent out the letters, so I am expecting them to call me if the doctor doesn't handle it effectively.
Date: 2012-10-01
DragonStorm80:

Yes, I have considered that it could have been an unfortunate victim of his that was with me. You would be surprised the kinds of things people with money can get away with in places like San Angelo. The patients are mostly lower socioeconomic status and don't realize the power they have for themselves. They are also elderly and on fixed incomes, so affording media like the internet to give him negative reviews are out of the question for people like them. It makes me so angry that greedy people prey on the elderly and naive.
Date: 2012-10-01
Javalina,

I know I shouldn't but what you said about his peers should have to work with him for each time they let a complaint go, I SO agree with you! Problem is, he owns this practice. There isn't anyone above him to reprimand him. The precedent of bad doctors getting away with stuff has made him somewhat cocky. However, like shellzy said, karma is a B. Without reimbursements from the insurance companies, he will go under by the end of this year.
Date: 2012-10-01
Wow! I wasn't expecting so much feedback. Thanks for your concerns guys. You had a lot of valid questions I will try to answer as best I can. I see the biggest question to answer here is whether I can turn this physician in. In the state of Texas, patients have to be the one to turn a physician in. Some of them did, because when I was calling the patients to set up appointments I was told in no uncertain terms that they knew he was abusing insurances by lying on the claims to ensure that he gets reimbursed and they wouldn't have anything more to do with him. He was doing that. I would see the lab data and could see the same patients getting the same blood work every week. I am not exaggerating. I was so taken aback when the lab technicians brought this information to my attention. No doctor, unless the patient is in the hospital, orders lab draws this often.

The patients had been drawn so much that when I went to draw blood, their veins collapsed. This is also something I don't expect to see as often in a subacute setting. The Texas Medical Board won't do anything to him unless he makes a really BIG blunder, which I suppose he has been smart enough to stay away from.

But, I should also tell you he laid me off about a week ago, Sunday, while the story was in review. It was something I wanted anyway. It is time for me to go get my doctorate (I only have a master's right now). Working for this jack&* () has really made me want to go and finish my education goals. I'm just going to work part time and study to get back into school. It is amazing how much lighter I felt when I left that place for the last time. Ugh. My poor friend, the lab manager, still has to deal with him, but not for much longer because she just found out she is pregnant and she won't subject herself to his crap.

I am happy to report that I haven't had anymore problems with negative energy, though I am still a little raw and on edge from working there. So I now ask for protection. Rook's method is very logical in terms of spiritual protection, so I respect it very much.

I can't speak for the staff, though a lot of the background information I received about him I learned from them. They hate him, but continue to work for him. They have kids to feed so I understand, and San Angelo isn't exactly hopping with businesses creating more jobs.

One last note, the lab results came back positive for ethyl benzene exposure (due to waste from oil and gas fracking sites), so our hypothesis was correct. The last thing I did was notify the patients and empowered them to do something about it. West Texas is so overrun with oil drilling, the people's health there is suffering mightily. It truly does break my heart. None of the environmentalists I contacted (including Erin Brockovich) would touch our study findings. We had actual biological evidence that people were accumulating this crap in their bodies and no one would help us because of fear of the oil companies' retaliation. For me, this is an even bigger infraction than that doctor's stupidity. I am flirting with the idea of contacting the news and giving them the story.
By your description it sounds like you could have been experiencing a seizure. You stated a weird sensation in the beginning and not being able to sleep could have been a sign of over-stimulated central nervous system. I witnessed an epileptic that placed his hands in the prayer position and started bowing over and over. I can't be certain but that is what your presentation sounds like to me.