The Keshe Foundation Spaceship Institute (KFSSI) now has a new private weekly teaching available for medical doctors. Medical doctors of any practice and speciality are encouraged to apply. The goal of this private teaching is to add knowledge to the profound knowledge of medical doctors. Scientists of the Keshe Foundation developed different types of plasma therapies and cures, these therapies use the advanced plasma technology taught at the Spaceship Institute. The medical teaching covers teaching the science behind the therapies along with learning the functionality and the operation of the devices, and learning how to adjust the different types of them.
The class is broadcast live over the internet through a secure, private channel, from the KFSSI, every Wednesday, at 2 pm to 5 pm CET. (This is Central European Time which is GMT +1, or 8 am to 11 am Eastern US time. For the time calculation in your country, see http://www.worldtimeserver.com/current_time_in_IT.aspx). The format of the class is in English. You may bring a translator, if you cannot speak English. If you can't participate in the live broadcasts, for what ever reason, you can watch them later at your convenience through the private portal. The knowledge gained from each patient's case and the type of disease that was processed will be anonymized and only the data and findings catalogued for future reference and research.
Any medical doctor in the world who wants to participate, can do so by sending an email to email@example.com stating they would like to participate in this medical knowledge sharing workshop. If you need to bring a translator for you or for your patients into the workshop, also state that in your email. You will be contacted with further instructions and details on the application process. As precautions, all doctors who apply (including any translators needed) will be required to sign the World Peace Treaty of the Keshe Foundation and go through an extensive vetting process that, in part, will require doctors to provide proof of their education and ability to practice medicine, and pass an extensive security background check before they are allowed into the class.