<![CDATA[REV. DR.  <br />DEBORAH  SIMPSON - General Blog]]>Tue, 09 Feb 2016 10:33:04 -0800Weebly<![CDATA[A Regime for Cancer you cannot afford not to do]]>Mon, 14 Jan 2013 01:30:18 GMThttp://www.deborahsimpson.org/general-blog/a-regime-for-cancer-you-cannot-afford-not-to-doAre you or is someone you know suffering from cancer?

If you or someone you know is suffering from cancer, then you cannot afford to not do this regime.  It may just save your life or the life of your loved one.

Shopping List:

1.  Flora – Flor Essence Herbal Tea Blend Liquid (32 oz.) 

2.  Maitake Fraction D (Mushroom Liquid Extract) 
3.  Distilled Water   


In a glass, pour 1 oz. of the Flor Essence Tea, 1 oz. of the distilled water and 40 drops (approx. 2 dropperfulls) of he Maitake Fraction D Liquid Extract.   

Drink this mixture on an empty stomach three times a day for a month (morning, afternoon and night before meals).  Do this for one month.   

After one month, you should have a blood test to see if the count for cancer cells has decreased.    

If the count has decreased, continue with drinking the mixture for twice a day on an empty stomach (morning and evening before meals) for another month.   

You should have another blood test after the second month.    

If the count is steadily decreasing, continue with drinking the mixture twice a day.    

The Mushroom:    What is the Maitake Mushroom?  Maitake (grifola frondosa) is a polypore mushroom that is native to Japan. It grows in clusters at the base of trees, particularly oaks, and has been prized for its medicinal properties for centuries. It is commonly known as Hen of the Woods, Ram’s Head and Sheep’s Head, and its Japanese name, maitake, literally means “dancing mushroom,” a term derived from Japanese folk medicine.

Cancer case studies and other medicinal properties:


The Tea:  Using the Flor Essence Tea with the Maitake Fraction D is crucial. As the mushroom breaks up the cancer cells, the tea removes the particles from your body and detoxes your blood stream. 

<![CDATA[License to Preach]]>Sun, 11 Nov 2012 01:21:09 GMThttp://www.deborahsimpson.org/general-blog/license-to-preachI normally do not write targeted articles as it is never my intention to single any one group out, to stand against any particular belief or non-belief or to cast a deemed judgment against anyone.  I normally do not speak about God, but rather I show about God through actions and verse. However, the time has come where I must, as a woman of God, stand beside my ordination and stand with the gifts He has bestowed upon me. And, because I have an official license to preach, it has become high time that I use that license, and I do not apologize if I offend anyone in delivering the truth.

As a woman of God, I am absolutely shocked at the amount of malevolence that my fellow brethren have permitted to supersede an otherwise intelligent populace. I am utterly taken aback by the levels complacency has risen to. Furthermore, I am flabbergasted by the selfishness, the arrogance, the egoism, the prejudice and the afflictions of the blinded and ill-informed.

Let us get a few things straight. It is not okay for those of faith to accept a faithless society. It is not okay for those with a personal agenda to inflict that agenda upon others in the pursuit of changing laws and society to conform to a conjured belief system. It is not okay for the religious to become quieted due to the offense of the agnostic and/or atheist. It is not okay for whites and blacks to regress to an era of extreme prejudice because of a greedy voice that interjects lies about the rise of prejudice in an effort to divide and dismantle an otherwise communal people. It is not okay for the continual promotion of anger, hatred and blasphemy to flourish.

I do not care if you are of faith or if you are faithless. That is your fate. However, I will tell you through a clairaudient and clairsentient know that unification under God is paramount and we are running out of time. We are pulling scarily apart from one another in so many moralistic ways that we are fighting the truths ingrained within the fiber of our very own beings. Minds are being altered, good judgment is being overridden, personal agenda is being placated and greedily listened to and the political rants directed toward the “me” in everyone is being listened to. It is downright and utterly sickening.

If you are of a “rational mind” that discounts God because either you are a rebel of sorts, or if you discount God because you are swayed by what seems to be popular around you, or if you discount God because of the events of your life and are suffering from the “why” syndrome, it is time for you to rationalize yourself out of your misguided refuge.

To be continued.

<![CDATA[Your symptoms may not be due to a physical ailment at all.]]>Fri, 07 Sep 2012 01:46:44 GMThttp://www.deborahsimpson.org/general-blog/your-symptoms-may-not-be-due-to-a-physical-ailment-at-allHave you ever felt nauseas, or had a dull bothersome headache, or general fatigue; anxiety, insomnia or a general feeling of unease? Have you found sometimes that you seem to be yawning more frequently? Have you tried over-the-counter medicines or even went to the doctor and found no relief? That's because you could be suffering from Rourkie. Learn about Rourkie and a follow a step by step, powerful prayer ritual to clear these feelings. Sometimes, your symptoms are not due to a physical ailment at all.

<![CDATA[Dr. Simpson's Interview with Dames of Dialogue]]>Tue, 17 Jan 2012 02:15:24 GMThttp://www.deborahsimpson.org/general-blog/dr-simpsons-interview-with-dames-of-dialogueDeborah, I note you have the gifts of Clairaudience (clear hearing), Clairsentience (clear feeling), Clairvoyance (clear seeing), and Psychometry (reading the energy attached to objects and photos). I’m fascinated by this. Can you explain each one?

I believe they are all intertwined, for the most part.  For most, clairaudience would be best described as channeling. It’s not like hearing “voices in your head,” but rather, it’s more like hearing the voice of intuition.  When I’m giving psychic readings, I feel the energy in and around my client and then I get a sense of “know” and the words just flow through me. When I’m writing, I open myself up to hear and accept whatever comes to me.  That would lead me right into clairsentience, which is best known as empathy.  Being an empathy, when I’m giving readings or performing energy healings on my clients, I “feel” them – I sense where their pain or vulnerabilities by feeling it within me or on the part of my body they feel it in. Clairvoyance I would best explain as like seeing a memory. You can’t see it with your own eyes, but you see it in your mind’s eye. With psychometry, although the definition indicates that it means “reading the energy attached to objects and photos,” it’s more like feeling the energy and interpreting what you feel.  All objects have vibrations or energy attached to them.

That’s all so interesting. When did you first realize you possessed these gifts and how long have you been giving psychic readings?

I have been this way all of my life, so I would take an educated guess and say the age of four or five.  I always felt and sensed energy around me and was frightened to death of what I felt as I could not see anything, but I felt it was there.  I’ve been giving psychic readings for about twenty years.

That must have been terrifying at a young age, but it’s such a beautiful gift. Can you share your most interesting psychic experience?

I’ve had many, however, this one in particular was hair raising.  I was at a woman’s home where she was having a get-together with a few friends.  I had met everyone, including her, for the first time that day.  She was a very spiritual woman. During the day, she had everyone gather and sit in a room in her home.  She placed a large photograph encased in glass on a table off to the side with a chair in front of. She asked for each person, separately, to sit in front of the picture, close their eyes, feel the picture with their fingertips and speak out loud of anything they “received” from the picture.  I went last. I did what she asked.  Sitting next to me was a mother and her grown son. All of a sudden, I felt extreme anger, resentment, upset and hatred and then began telling the son of the woman off. I hollered things at him like “how dare you” and “you are disgusting.”  I don’t remember everything, but remember then abruptly stopping and telling him I was sorry, I don’t know why I did that.  I was the only one who had that experience with the picture.  The woman who owned the home took my hand and brought me into another room where she told me the picture was that of Mary Magdalene from the Bible.  She smiled at me and told me to relax and explained to me that the reason I did that is because what I was feeling and the reason I told him off so badly was because the son of the woman raped his mother.

That’s chilling and was upsetting for you, I’m sure. You also perform Shamanic House Clearings and have assisted investigations of missing persons cases. Can you tell us a bit about these skills?

For house clearings, I first speak to the client to identify the problems they are experiencing.  Most problems I’ve encountered from my clients are paranormal related (hearing voices, seeing spirits or orbs, objects physically moving in the home) as well as an overall feeling of negativity and heaviness.  For most clearings, I use White Sage, Cedar and either Sweetgrass or Lavender. I have specific prayers I use for each ceremonial herb as I clear each and every room of the home.  For missing person’s cases, I use psychometry to feel the vibrations of and interpret the energy associated with either a picture of the missing person or items belonging to the missing individual.

Again, I’m fascinated by all this and appreciate you sharing this with us. Tell us about your radio show.

I originally began D’s Roundtable Radio show with my wonderful co-host, Dr. Fran Orenstein where we interviewed many different authors and experts relating to their particular subject.  Each show was tailored toward our guest.  Since the ending of the segments, I have reformatted the show to concentrate on life, faith, clairvoyance and current events.  I plan on offering free on-air psychic readings again in the near future on the show as well.

You can bet I’ll tune in. Tell us about your latest work.

 My latest book, “Timeless Quotes” is an inspirational quote book.  It’s short, easy everyday reading for a daily dose of smiles and gentle reminders on how beautiful life is, even within moments that don’t appear to be so bright.

I think we all need gentle reminders every once in awhile. I know a recent long-term bout with illness taught me to appreciate my life and those around me. As an esteemed author and poet, do you find your psychic talent beneficial or a hindrance?

I actually find my psychic ability to be beneficial in terms of writing. It’s like setting my mind to a blank channel, putting my fingers on the keyboard and let my fingers do the writing.  Most of the time, my writing is automatic and it is wonderful.

I love it when that happens. What’s next on your agenda in the literary world?

I am currently working on a self-help book, “Hardboiled Egg” alongside another metaphysical novel entitled, “Divination.”  “Hardboiled Egg” is based upon the theory that no matter what the situation is in your life, no matter what circumstance you are facing and no matter what life has caused you to become, there is nothing you cannot overcome or forgive when you realize that every part of your life’s journey is summed up in two simple words – hardboiled egg.  There are a myriad of circumstances presented in the book where you will learn how to change your perceptions for easier and healthier living.  “Divination” is another channeled novel – a metaphysical journey through worlds beyond our reach and the world within our grasp.

Both are intriguing concepts. I look forward to reading them. Who or what inspires you most?

I have grown to realize that the one person who inspires me most in this life is my son.  He is my continuous source of courage, strength and motivation. He is the reason I strive to become a better person every day.  And, of course, my clients inspire me on a daily basis. There is no greater feeling in the world than when after giving someone an energy healing or a psychic reading, they call you or pay you a visit to let you know how their life has changed for the better. It’s an absolute amazing feeling to be able to be a source of healing or inspiration for another.

Absolutely. If you could spend a day with one person, alive or dead, who would that be and why?

If I could have one day like that, I would like to spend that day with my father. He was a good man and I miss him dearly.

Tell us about your neck of the woods.

My neck of the woods is a busy town, crowded streets and a lot of hustle and bustle. I cannot say I enjoy driving around amongst the crowded streets; however, when I’m home, it is my little sanctuary.


Do you have pets? If so, what kind?

I do have pets.  I have a dog and a cat.  They’re my favorite girls.


Two of my favorite animals. I can’t imagine my life without a dog or cat to share it with.

Thanks, Deborah, for an intriguing interview. ]]>
<![CDATA[Divination and Religious Doctrine]]>Wed, 27 Jul 2011 23:47:40 GMThttp://www.deborahsimpson.org/general-blog/divination-and-religious-doctrineDivination is not a religious sanctum, but rather, knowledge beyond that which the human eye can see, beyond that which the human ear may hear and beyond that which the hand may reach. Religious theists argue that divination consists only of that which has been prophesized in holy texts and falls within divinity’s graces alone. They also preach that those who portend in any way of prophetic knowledge attained separate from religiously sanctified means is indicative of devil worship. These loose interpretations are baseless and unfounded and are used by mankind as weapons against the other, even so without the need for provocation. 

Spiritualism, by definition means “the view that
is a prime element of reality.”  [Webster’s] Most religions, including Christianity and Judaism, believe that we are all one, and therefore united, under God and furthermore that man was created in God’s image, referring to the spirit, which was created by God. As anyone can see, spiritualism is a healthy belief in God’s creation and in God as the creator.

Religious theists further teach, as their interpretation of scripture, that spiritualism is occultism that defies the word of scripture and therefore, anyone with a belief in spiritualism or individual divination is ruled by the devil. Additionally, religious backbones summarize that the only Word of God is written within the Bible and that is the only word of God, as written by prophets of God. Most interestingly, religious followers will also tell you that any type of clairvoyant ability is “evil” because that’s what it says in the Bible. What they fail to tell you, is that scripture was written by man through man’s clairvoyant abilities and personal spiritualism.

The Bible, just as any other book, is a tome nonetheless. It was written by man, God’s prophets. Scripture so eloquently sets forth to watch for false teachers and prophets. What is a false prophet? “False prophets are not those who speak truth, but rather, those who speak in tongue of the truth under the deity of evil intention.” [The Constellation of Omens].  The only prophets within the history of mankind did not solely exist thousands of years ago. That is a ludicrous presumption. Likewise to fear those within the light of divination today, while believing in the psychic awareness of those existing in ancient times is a stark contradiction of faith.  If you are among the contradicted, it’s time for a bit of introspection to ascertain where exactly it is that your faith truly lies – with God, or within the clutches of words contained within religious doctrines.

<![CDATA[Has Communism Gained Ground in the US?]]>Fri, 24 Jun 2011 14:51:13 GMThttp://www.deborahsimpson.org/general-blog/has-communism-gained-ground-in-the-usIt's wonderful to outline the history of communism and so forth, however, in doing so one must not forget to apply the ideologies of those movements to what is currently happening today. Changing over from capitalism is not done overnight. It is a slow and gradual change which has been taking place for 40+ years. The current administration is not the start of communism, rather a strong continuation.

The great "changes" we are experiencing today serve to speak for themselves and must be applied to the backgrounds of these forms of government.

Communism, by its very definition is:  A doctrine based on revolutionary Marxian socialism and Marxism-Leninism that was the official ideology of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics - Fact 4: Czars appointed by Obama support Socialism and Communism.

A totalitarian system of government in which a single authoritarian party controls state-owned means of production - The Federal Government has taken over banks and auto industry with payback strings attached. The Federal Government has taken over healthcare, ruling out the competition of a once free market. The Federal Government offered bailouts to all states with payback strings attached.

A final stage of society in Marxist theory in which the state has withered away and economic goods are distributed equitably - Obama is a proponent of redistribution wealth.

In Obama's own book, Dreams From My Father. He writes about "a poet named Frank," who visited them in Hawaii, read poetry, and was full of "hard-earned knowledge" and advice. Who was Frank? Obama only says that he had "some modest notoriety once," was "a contemporary of Richard Wright and Langston Hughes during his years in Chicago..." but was now "pushing eighty." He writes about "Frank and his old Black Power dashiki self" giving him advice before he left for Occidental College in 1979 at the age of 18.

Trevor Loudon, a New Zealand-based libertarian activist, researcher and blogger, noted evidence that "Frank" was Frank Marshall Davis in a posting in March of 2007.

Stalin said, "the way to global communism is through the United Nations".

In his books, Obama admits attending "socialist conferences" and coming into contact with Marxist literature. But he ridicules the charge of being a "hard-core academic Marxist," which was made by his colorful and outspoken 2004 U.S. Senate opponent, Republican Alan Keyes.

Through Frank Marshall Davis, Obama had an admitted relationship with someone who was publicly identified as a member of the Communist Party USA (CPUSA). The record shows that Obama was in Hawaii from 1971-1979, where, at some point in time, he developed a close relationship, almost like a son, with Davis, listening to his "poetry" and getting advice on his career path. But Obama, in his book, Dreams From My Father, refers to him repeatedly as just "Frank."

Ideas are more powerful than guns. We would not let our enemies have guns, why should we let them have ideas. - Joseph Stalin. Hence, the big push on the reform of the 2nd Amendment.  If the opposition disarms, well and good. If it refuses to disarm, we shall disarm it ourselves. 

Joseph Stalin - "We shall disarm it ourselves." - Makes one think why the big push on gun ban? Communist agenda.

"We don't let them have ideas. Why would we let them have guns?" - Joseph Stalin

Has communism taken over America yet? In essence, the full scope of communism has not taken over America yet, however, is still gaining the momentum it needs to be implemented and sustained.

It is enough that the people know there was an election. The people who cast the votes decide nothing. The people who count the votes decide everything. Joseph Stalin. Sounds like an Acorn agenda to me.
<![CDATA[Demise or Rise]]>Sat, 04 Jun 2011 14:08:21 GMThttp://www.deborahsimpson.org/general-blog/demise-or-rise  With poverty on the rise and despair intensifying, the American Dream is becoming but a figment of a past reflection.  America, once a nation that flourished with ambition and innovation, now sits as the centerpiece of destructive innovation and on a pedestal touting the alienation of its very independence. Americans sit as victims to hypocrisy delivered as engineered sincerity by the hands of greed and foulness.

   As our children starve begging for food; as our families sit homeless on our streets begging for shelter; the destitute crawl begging for the opportunity to work and as hopelessness begs for the chance just to live, our government pledges billions of dollars to aid foreign countries who fell to a demise by the creation of their own design. And now, as we starve into demise, we must feed them.  And now, as we live on the streets, we must house them.  And now, as we are broke, we must scrounge and have foreign nations benefit from our labor while we succumb to literal death by the abomination of our elected traitors.

   Americans are being forced into complacency as our very own direness is being advertised as necessary to level the playing field between all countries in an effort to bolster a one world power. If you are a democrat, democrats in office no longer set the political stage. If you are a republican, republicans in office no longer contribute to the political leg.  We are now entering into a grander phase of the establishment of globalism.  And as America’s independence goes down in a blaze of rotten fire, let us never forget the ones who fought for it.

   The division of the American populace is what continues to keep the roads paved clear for the totality of globalism. Unification is paramount, while it’s not too late.

<![CDATA[Breathless]]>Thu, 29 Jul 2010 00:11:37 GMThttp://www.deborahsimpson.org/general-blog/breathlessAn allegory ..

            Breathless and saturated, running through fields of restless love, she awoke to find herself dismally pleasured by the lack of it. She awoke to find that she was not there, that she was nowhere and surrounded by fields of desert. She fought to close her eyes to abandon the starkness of dank reality, but found her fixated eyes frozen to the vision on the wall. Breathless, she stared into the heat of her body, running faster – faster into an oblivion she’d seen before. She felt her eyes bloodshot, as they immersed themselves into envisioning a corridor in the distance and pushing, pushing herself to reach it. Her body ran and ran – and with every push, the corridor continued to move forward just a bit more each time, just out of reach. She became fixated, determined to see it through but the more she plowed forward, the further the doorway. Legs scarred and bleeding by the unfriendliness of standing thorns in the brush, her pace did not let up. She was determined.  And in the chill of aloneness, her eyes solemnly closed.

<![CDATA[Pulse]]>Sat, 24 Jul 2010 15:44:26 GMThttp://www.deborahsimpson.org/general-blog/pulseSo, I’m in the process of writing reflections for chapter closings for the third book in my series, entitled “Pulse.”  While all of the books I’ve written in this series examine the human condition from its secular attachments to its mystical risings, I must admit that I am a bit perplexed about certain things at this point of philosophizing. The benediction of understanding the pulse of why and how is not the riddle, but rather, understanding the throb of considering misery an asylum is questionable. Breathing in the fumes of what was as a replacement for oxygen, abandoning the torch of self-preservation for the continuance of dilapidation and the decision to forsake happiness for a perpetual ride through doom is boggling.

   There are certain elements to the human condition that cloak even the best intended misunderstandings. There’s the self-mourning attribution that purposefully neglects another’s decency. There’s the ignorance of providence that permeates a concocted feebleness of existence thereby intentionally forcing another away. And, there’s the state of self-émigré that refuses to relinquish its injustice.

   It is just so unfortunate that the epoch of woe overburdens, at times, the rhythm of buoyancy. I suppose I will find the answer to this riddle as I delve further into writing. Should make for some very interesting chapter closings, I would think.

<![CDATA[Moments, Like Flavors]]>Fri, 09 Jul 2010 00:44:16 GMThttp://www.deborahsimpson.org/general-blog/moments-like-flavors   There are moments in one’s life when finding the way to move forward stymies even the most agile of travelers. There are times when life’s peculiarities seem to perplex even the most seasoned of intellectuals. There are instances where the walls of despair erect themselves so high that climbing over them wearies even the most strongest willed of us all. Where every day preaches only yesterday’s dereliction and where tomorrows lay chained to the hell of today’s doom.

   Tangible afflictions burden the mind with unstoppable pangs of gloom, while intangible woes haunt the heart with perpetual grief. Whether these circumstances plague us separately or in tandem, one thing is for certain and that is, that either carries with it the infinite ability to cause every ounce of our very existence to blench from launching to the grounds we are meant to travel. A burdened heart may fear loving again thereby missing out on the plentiful bounty of happiness. A bout with poverty may preclude one from enjoyment or worse, from knowing of worthiness or deservedness. Whichever the designate, the common element is prevalent, and that is, that whatever the circumstance you are facing, it is only that, a circumstance.

   One main artery of dealing with circumstances is looking at life as a series of very flavorful situations. Some good flavors, some not so good. However, in order to achieve, to sustain and to thrive, you must taste all of the flavors to know the difference. It is unfortunate that some of the disgusting flavors seem to linger far longer than they are welcomed. However, when you taste of a good one that lingers, it far exceeds the logic of the less desired taste and ultimately, you forget that the disgusting flavors ever even touched of your lip.

   So, even though you may be experiencing some moments that taste far less than desirable, remember the pleasurable flavors and strive to taste of them again.