Monday, June 18, 2007

Thinking Like A Dolphin Makes You Autistic

ST. JOSEPH, Minn. (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – If you have autism, it might be because you think too much like Flipper.

That’s according to a former government worker named Stewart Swerdlow, author of The Healer’s Handbook (Sky Books), who says his 25 years of work for an interspecies communications agency has led him to believe people with autism have dolphin brains.

Swerdlow says, “It is known autistic people have dolphin genetics that date back to Atlantean technology.”

But if that wasn’t a colorful explanation, Swerdlow adds people and dolphins both communicate in symbols, colors, and tones which makes up the language of the universe.

He says, “I can teach people how to go on dolphin frequency to activate their full brain potential, because dolphins have a larger brain capacity in proportion to their body than humans.”

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