Sunday, April 24, 2011

THE REASON OF MY KNOWLEDGE

Curious as always I started some research about the knowledge that’s in my brain. Having a method of curing people with Cancer, Alzheimer, Parkinson, MS, ME and HIV/Aids.

Started to make a search in the family tree. Much information on the internet isn’t right but after searching for approximately four hours I found some clues.

Heredity! Things that are in the genes don’t always come into the next generation. It can happen that several generations will be skipped before it shows the knowledge. So I did some search in our family tree and of course also on what my parents told me in the past. Three brothers from Denmark went to Holland, but one of them decided to go to America.

My dream, which I had from 2006 till 2010, told me that I was giving lectures on Harvard and many other universities in the world. So Google: Professor Henning Harvard University learns there’s indeed a professor with that name on Harvard. I was also helping to cure a woman at Sydney’s hospital: Professor Henning Sydney learns the same. Even in 1768 there was a professor Henning in Denmark. Only in Denmark the name Henning is often used as a first name.

Let’s try: Professor G. Henning on Google!

There’s one: George Henning MD. Dr. Henning joined the medical staff at St. Joseph Mercy Hospital in Ann Arbor in 2004. He is board certified in Radiation Oncology by the American Board of Radiology. Previously, he was a faculty member at the University of Michigan Medical Center in Ann Arbor and the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center. Dr. Henning completed his residency in Radiation Oncology at the Mayo Clinic.

So the knowledge I have, should have been with one of the other Henning’s, but it didn’t so I just fight and will bring my knowledge to the world. It does work, believe, it does! Because of my syndrome (Klinefelter) I never will be able to set new Henning’s on this world. It’s up to me to set the knowledge up this world and to make sure humankind will be cured from many diseases.

If you are professor George Henning MD, please contact me.