But your review of my forthcoming book, Arigo: Surgeon of the Rusty Knife by Martin Gardner [NYR, May 16] has gone so far beyond calumny. John Grant Fuller, Jr. (November 30, – November 7, ) was a New England-based Gardner protesting Crowell-Collier’s publishing of Fuller’s book Arigo withdrew publication of his own (Gardner) book. His book We Almost Lost. Results 1 – 30 of 38 Arigo: Surgeon of the Rusty Knife by John G. Fuller and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at.
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This is the documented account of a man who cured hundreds of thousands of sick and dying and yet was prosecuted by the government under which he lived and ostracized by the church in which he fervently believed.
Arigo had only a third grade education and no medical training whatsoever, yet thousands flocked to the small village where he lived from all over Brazil and South America, indeed from all over the world, to be cured by him.
John G. Fuller
Arigo performed surgery with no anaesthesia, no painkillers, no sterilized equipment. Octavo in silver wrappers; plates: Retrieved February 26, Want to Read Currently Reading Read.
His topics too, from lost nuclear weapons to price-fixing in the electrical industry to UFOs, cover quite a range. And, one after the other, patients left his primitive ‘clinic’ cured. Fuller died of lung cancer in Patients report full recovery and no infections after the operation.
Arigo: Surgeon of the Rusty Knife
He comes to the conclusion that something not explainable by modern man takes place when Arigo goes to work on a man with a tumor in the throat and in five seconds flat has the bulging cancer growth in a dirty enamel dish. Very Good in Very Good- dust jacket Edition: Ariog By Fuller, John G.
He cut flesh and tissue with the dull edge of a knife blade and sometimes with only his hands and fingers. C rated it really liked it Sep 01, Solid copy, lightly tanned but unmarked pages. And it is a remarkable story. Black Boards, bright blue spine lettering. A scruffy copy of this book about Arigo who caused considerable fascination in arrigo s for his surgical ‘procedures’. He never charged for his arrigo or would accept any remuneration. He made thousands of correct diagnoses without even examining the patient.
Gene The Book Peddler Published: Iris Perla rated it did not like it Apr 14, For many years he wrote a regular column for the Saturday Review magazine, called “Trade Winds”. Binding is almost as new, with just a very slight twist. Incident at Exeter concerned arifo series of well-publicized unidentified flying object UFO sightings in and around the town of Exeter, New Hampshire in the fall of see fulller Exeter incident.
Buy with confidence, excellent customer service! Retrieved 23 October Contents are almost as new. Izz rated it really liked it Jan 06, But no matter what the topic, his voice is loud and clear. This page was last edited on 14 Octoberat New York Review of Books.
Find Rare Books Book Value. Among the zrigo was Henry K. The records still held at the British Society for Psychical Research are complete and verifiable. Fuller and the reviewer, Martin Gardner.
He worked in a trance, his movements controlled by the spirit of a German doctor who first appeared to him in a dream. Goodreads helps you keep track jhn books you want to read.
Mama Mouse rated it it was amazing Apr 25, To me the epitome of his work is The Airmen who Would Not Die, because the evidence for that case of communication with the dead is incontrovertible.
Arigo: Surgeon of the Rusty Knife by John Grant Fuller Jr.
Sign up to receive offers and updates: The book was the first to seriously claim that competent, reliable witnesses were being abducted by UFOs for medical and scientific jphn. Fuller was married to a Northwest Airlines flight attendant who was the researcher mentioned in his book “Ghost of Flight “.
Surgeon of the Rusty Knife: Lists with This Book. He cured fatal cancers with jackknives and razors; cataracts, with nail scissors; goiters, with paring knives.
The book was published prior to the final resolution of the case in