Dr. A Swerdlow and Dr. McWilliams
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Stewart A. Swerdlow Interview
1. Templar Legacy update 2018
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Stewart Interviews Dr. Charles McWilliams, Grandmaster of S.M.O.K.H.
Natural Medicine Parameters: Boriken/TAINO Indians Connections to S.M.O.K.H
Does Joining SMOKH give you Indigenous and Cleric protection under UN Law? How does Sphere Sovereignty affect you? What are YOUR rights to health vs. Indigenous rights to health? Do you want and deserve the same health rights as Indigenous Peoples?
Dr. Stewart A. Swerdlow Interviews His Honorable Dr. Charles McWilliams, Grandmaster of the Sacred Medical Order of the Knights of Hope with fascinating news about how YOU can be adopted by the Boriken/Taino Indians of Puerto Rico, gaining further protection for Indigenous Medical Practices, getting the Healthcare YOU want and learning/teaching the way YOU want.
The Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples was adopted by the UN General Assembly on September 13, 2007. SMOKH already provides protection under Monastic Medicine. Now, SMOKH offers another layer of Indigenous Medicine protection that you must know about. Interested?
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Sacred Medical Order of the Knights of Hope
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Is SMOKH for YOU?
- Religious Protection for You & Your Health/Healing Practice
- Legal Self-Protection under Sovereignty
- Diplomatic Passport
- New Birth Certificate without Global Controls
- International Driver’s License
- Access to Conventional Medical Doctors who combine Conventional Medicine with Innovative/Indigenous/Non-conventional Therapies
- Educate Self
- Educate Others
- New Global Colleagues: Political, Medical, Spiritual
- SMOKH Membership Directory
- Open New Global Markets
- Online Doctoral Courses via PanAmerican University including degrees in Hyperspace/Oversoul Methodologies
- Educational & Nobility Titles to Build Your Curriculum Vitae
- Nevis Healing Center Access
- Universal News Outreach Podcasts to Promote You & Your Work
- SMOKH Facebook Page to Promote You & Your Work
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SMOCK [Pronunciation] is an Order and Diocese of special, medical, and sacred ministry. As an ecumenical Order, membership of the Sacred Medical Order is by invitation to both men and women who are of good character and standing in their community, want to learn about our sacred medicines, and who wish to help suffering mankind.
SMOKH has many hundreds of members from diverse fields. Now in its eleventh year of service, with its focus is on education and medical preparedness. It is established and operates on Nevis Island maintaining a historical and traditional link with the Knights of St. John of St. Christopher/Nevis (c. 1651).
The Knights of Hope maintain a Hospitaller/Crusader Museum and Medical Monastic Library, as well as a service Chapel. It supports the St. Thomas Anglican Church, the oldest on Nevis built in 1643.
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Features of SMOKH Fraternal Membership
water; and supernatural agents including spiritual counseling, prayer, divination, worship, fasting, and exorcism. Our series of books definitively and historically prove that ‘naturopathy’ as it is know, was the direct result of monastic medical practices of Christendom and the Hospitallers. As an ecumenical, religious Order and a Diocese of the Church of the East, we declare ourselves as an ‘ecclesiastical state’ (a species of government which claims to be immediately directed by God) of individuals who are set apart from society, in the realm of sphere sovereignty, for our special role and ministry. We are an elite Order of members worldwide, in fraternal brotherhood, to preserve our cultural heritage
domination and taxation. Ignorance is no excuse for the law, so to speak. And ignorance is an important feature of state control. Ignorance in today’s world can cost one a lot of heartache and money. SMOKH is here to help educaate our brothers and sisters
accordingly. Entry into this Order thus entails education. We are not a club or public association. Knighthood is tantamount to chivalry and courageous dignity. A Fraternal Order implies therefore commonality, like-mindedness and mutual support. That is principle number one. One does not simply opt to ‘join’ SMOKH, one must be sponsored by an active member. Membership in SMOKH is a privilege, not a state right. Number two is proclaiming your individual sovereignty. Knights of old were the first ambassador’s. Their reputation allowed them to cross territorial lines, deliver letters to Kings, Monarchs and Queens while defending the poor and needy. They were in many respects, exempt from laws and norms of behavior as their chivalry and loyalty was declared to the Kingdom, that above the monarch, and in many cases outside the rule of the Pope.
Know Your Station
#1 We ascribe to ‘individual sovereignty.’
#2 We ascribe to the Universal Declaration of Human Rights
#3 We ascribe to 'sphere sovereignty.'
#4 We ascribe that 'monastic medicine,'
an ecclesiastical sphere function. Ordained priests attend to matters of soul and psychiatry while matters of bodily care are attended to by priest-physicians, friars, and church nurses (hospitallers). Therefore, SMOKH ‘sanctions’ and licenses healers to ‘Heal those who are feeble, cleanse the lepers, cast out demons’ – Matthew 10:1. We believe Jesus summoned and ordered His twelve disciples and gave them authority over unclean spirits, to cast them out, and to heal every kind of disease and every kind of sickness, and is part of international law and continues to be customary practice of Ordained clergy of the world’s largest religion – Christianity, a time honored practice of faith and morals.
#5 We ascribe to dynastic and apostolic succession.
#6 We ascribe to Apostolic succession as a parallel to dynastic rule:
the courts rule, and the way decency of society is still maintained. The dynastic rules of the religious Orders provided the only stability in Europe as Rome collapsed and the dark ages descended upon the landscape. The Crusades gave birth to the Knights of St. John, Knights Templar, Knights Teutonic, Knights Lazarus, the Knights of Christ, the Knights of St. James (Santiago), etc. that effectively acted as a military force, and in some cases became regional governments in Rhoades and Malta (Knights of St. John). The Knights of St. John also implemented the world’s largest hospital in Jerusalem, and became known as a ‘hospitaller’ Order. The Knights of Lazarus established a leper hospice outside the gates of Jerusalem, and further established leper colonies throughout the Levant (Ancient Palestine) as most skin disease was considered ‘evil,’ contagious, and such ‘possessed’ souls best isolated and quarantined. Most hospitals were built, organized and maintained by religious Orders, worldwide, well into the 20th century. The ‘hospital’ as we
know it today, monastic medicine which gave birth to ‘naturopathy,’ was and is a distinctive feature of the Church of Christendom. Healing should remain with the Church, its origin and function.
#7 We ascribe to dynastic succession.
rule. We ascribe to dynastic succession by allowing those of faith and morals to take oath and vows to enter into Knighthood. Our hospitaller-knights (and Dames) are trained in monastic and hippocratic medicine and thus shelter and operate in sphere sovereignty. We consult, tend to, nurse, hear confessions, bandage wounds and shattered souls, counsel on life-style and personal matters, all under the functions of clergy, both ancient and modern, and exempt from the purview of the ‘practice of medicine and surgery.’