10 August 2008

"Miracle Worker" - Andrew McKellar



Originally Published 10th August 2008.

"Ladies and Gentlemen, Decency has left the building"

When not performing his favourite Elvis or Buddy Holly songs or combing his quiff, Andrew McKellar is curing the incurable.

andrewmckellar.com (best to use 'Wayback' to view his 'Tributes', his current site relies heavily on flash graphics and its easier to read the 'text only' sites)

McKellar has quite obviously never heard of the Cancer Act 1939:

By Meercat

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(1) No person shall take any part in the publication of any advertisement—
(a) containing an offer to treat any person for cancer, or to prescribe any remedy therefor, or to give any advice in connection with the treatment thereof;
(2) If any person contravenes any of the provisions of the foregoing subsection, he shall be liable on summary conviction, [to a fine not exceeding level 3 on the standard scale] or to imprisonment for a term not exceeding three months, or to both such a fine and such imprisonment.




You see, McKellars site is almost entirely about his ability to cure cancer. Including one person who was given just an hour to live.....

"Elizabeth, Southampton, UK: “I suffered with lung cancer… I was in hospital and given only one hour to live. My family called Andrew McKellar, the healer. He placed his hands on my upper chest and the heat was amazing! The cancer vanished and he then cured my arthritis.”

Yes, not only did he cure the incurable, he then went on to fix her arthritis as a finale.

I suggest a quick conversation with someone like a MacMillan nurse to find out exactly what state the body will be in in the last hour of lung cancer. 'Curing' someone of lung cancer in the last hour of their life is as close as you'll get to actually resurrecting the dead. This was indeed a miracle. You'll remember reading about it in the papers, and seeing it on the news. No? You're right, neither did I.

Lets have a look at some of his other miracle cures:

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Malcolm, Bournemouth, UK: “After being diagnosed with bowel cancer and given chemotherapy I was then told it had been unsuccessful and that I only had a short time to live. After seeing Andrew my cancer vanished - to the amazement of the medical establishment.”


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Jane, Southampton, UK: “I was diagnosed with an incurable lung disease and I was told that I was going to die. The doctor made me as comfortable as possible. Andrew McKellar cured me … to the utter amazement of the specialist.”

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Percy, Bournemouth, UK: “I was diagnosed with bowel cancer. The bleeding stopped one hour after Andrew placed his hands on me. On my next trip to hospital they found no abnormalities.”


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Peggy, Southampton, UK: “I had bladder cancer. I was told I would have to have an operation and a permanent colostomy bag. After seeing Andrew the cancer vanished.”


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Gail Angel, UK: “I was diagnosed with a tumour on the lung the size of a walnut. I was told that I would have to have chemotherapy. Knowing the risks of side-effects I refused it. I heard about Andrew McKellar’s success in being able to disperse tumours with his healing ability. May family and I were totally amazed. Four weeks after seeing Andrew, I had another scan – the tumour had gone. My medical experts were astounded.”


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Tracy Watson, UK: “I had a large mass of cancer on the spine and was told that not only was it chemo-resistant but that nothing at all could be done to treat it. It was suggested that I had little time left. I started to see Andrew and a recent scan showed that the tumour is now practically non-existent. To say that the specialist was amazed is an understatement. The heat from Andrew’s hands is awesome. My husband and I would like to thank Andrew for sharing with us his wonderful gift of healing.”


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“I suffered with bowel and lung cancer – not long to live. I went to Andrew and the cancer vanished. Lungs clear, bowel clear. Amazing. Thank you Andrew.”


Do you remember seeing all these miracles splashed all over the newspapers? No, neither do I. Wouldn't you think if not McKellar, the people cured would be shouting from the rooftops about these miracles? I know I would. 

So I thought I would search the Internet for these people and their miraculous cures. I found only two. A Tim Bayliss who features on McKellers video interviews on his site, and on a BBC local news program about McKellar:



Although other than that there is no mention of this miracle cure that I can find anywhere. 

Another person to appear in McKellars videos claiming that he had been cured from cancer is a Mr Phil Hurst. He also features on the written 'Tributes', first appearing on the site in January 2005:

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Phil Hurst, UK: “A few months ago I was told the shattering news that I had lung cancer – two tumours on my right lung. I was offered the option of having chemotherapy but after careful thought I refused it for fear of the side-effects. I’m a keen runner and have regularly taken part in the London marathon. My specialist told me that I would never run again. I went to Andrew for a course of healing and when I returned to my local hospital my specialist was astounded to find no trace of the tumours. What can I say? I can’t thank Andrew enough – the heat from his hands was extraordinary. My marathon running continues!”


Very sadly, when searching for Mr Hurst on the Internet, I found this from November 2006:

"The funeral service of Phil Hurst takes place today at St John's Church, Rownhams, followed by a private cremation."

"Link no longer working or archived"

"Family flowers only please, but donations, if desired to Cancer Research UK and Marie Curie Cancer Care"


"Link no longer working or archived"


Yet McKellar still uses Mr Hurst's 'tribute' and video interview as 'proof' off his miracle cures. 

Is McKellar mentioned in the Acknowledgements for Mr Hurst's funeral? No, Cancer Research and Marie Curie are. 

We have looked at some some disgusting claims on this site in the past, but this has to top them all. 

Meercat

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