Friday, November 27, 2009

SAF and the Horse, Part 1

Roger Willoughby-Ray, of Pittsburgh, PA, recounted an experience with Joe Scogna and SAF. Roger was a well-known communications expert and marketing consultant for Francis Health Systems throughout the USA, plus an import/export specialist. He was a radio personality, spoke with a delightful British accent. Being an advocate of computers and self-improvement, he was enthralled with the SAF numbering system; by the mid-1980s he was on the SAF Advisory Board.

Roger had friends in West Virginia with a very ill horse. Several vets had been consulted and none could come up with a diagnosis. The horse hadn't responded to any treatment and it was obvious to all that the animal was dying. He was to be put out of his misery soon and his owners were devastated.

In conversing with Joe about this sad circumstance, Joe assured Roger he could discover the ailment of ANY being, human or animal. "After all," he reasoned, "all living beings possess Life Energy. It is a matter of tapping into that energy to find the blockages. SAF can do this!"

It sounded fantastic to Roger, so, just before they were scheduled to put the horse down, Roger convinced his friends to give SAF a try. They were eager to find the disease and take whatever measures were necessary to save the animal. But they didn't want him to suffer any longer.

Joe flew to Pittsburgh in his airplane, then drove with Roger to the home of his friends. It was a BIG spread, fenced and cross-fenced. It was such a large horse ranch that all four of them drove down a long lane to the stable to examine the dying horse.

The original Apple system Joe used was cumbersome, with dual disk drives, interface cords to and from the Infrared Sensitizer, a heavy monitor and keyboard. There wasn't a tower then, no memory to speak of; the many 5.5-inch floppies contained the "memory" of this system. Finally, locating an electric outlet in the stable and using extension cords, Joe set up the system as Roger regaled his friends about SAF and its ability to find diseases.

Truth be told, Joe didn't know anything about this horse or any horse, or if SAF would even be able to read the energy of the animal. Would the energy translate into symptom patterns as in a human being? But he deftly performed an infrared scan of the horse's head as he had done countless times on humans. The temperature readings fed into his computing system and an image slowly appeared on the computer screen.

"I was totally embarrassed," Roger stated later. "I was expecting a horse head to appear on the computer screen and instead it was the image of a human head! How could I explain this?" He fidgeted as he waited to hear about the disease of this horse. "I could not have anticipated what was to happen next," he said.

Part 2: A Dying Horse gets his Wish

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