In his basement laboratory, Katt has learned how to
replicate traditional apheresis1
methods using a series of sterile household appliances and other power
tools. Katt found that blood components obtained by apheresis can be studied for
UnChristian components can then be isolated and destroyed, leaving only the
Secular therapeutic apheresis uses blood or one of its
components to treat disease.3
Therapeutic Christpheresis uses Christpherized blood to treat
dysfunctions of Christianity, or the absence of it.
Trial Findings: Inconclusive
Research Status: Ongoing
A sample of three consenting adult Christian subjects
and eight white mice received Therapeutic Christpheresis treatments.
Adult Christian Subject 1 (C1) was
dropped from the study after the subject revealed that his/her motivation for
participating was the $15 compensation. It was also determined that C1
was in fact a pagan animist posing as a Christian and would therefore
skew the results of the study.
C2 reported headaches and
slightly higher incidences
of doubt and backsliding, but also reported an increased feeling of
well-being and love for others. Further trials are necessary to
determine whether these effects were the result of therapeutic
Christpheresis or C2ís recently finalized divorce.
C3 felt only positive effects from Christpheresis
treatments. The effects began almost immediately and increased after
each treatment. C3 is now attending a seminary college via
correspondence and has rededicated his/her life to Christ.
Of the eight white mice (M1 through
M8), seven died
before the completion of the study. M3 and M4 showed brief signs of
increasing Christianity before dying. M7 escaped during the first
Christpheresis treatment and is presumed missing.
1 Apheresis, both Christian and secular, is the process of
separating whole blood into its components.
2 While it is generally
assumed that blood is either Christian or UnChristian, this is
incorrect. The blood of any given person, with the possible exception
of Jesus Christ, is a mixture of both Christian and UnChristian
components. In proven Christians, however, Christian elements take
predominance over UnChristian ones, and vice versa. The transfusion of
Christian blood that has not been through Christpheresis is therefore
a safe process, given that Christian blood components will outnumber
UnChristian ones. This said, the transfusion of distilled,
Christpherized blood remains the ultimate goal of Fluids for Christ.
For more information on secular apheresis, see www.hemapheresis.com.
This reference does not imply endorsement of the work of www.hemapheresis.com,
nor their endorsement of Fluids for Christ.
The Therapeutic Christpheresis trial was not approved by any
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