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D.D. Palmer's Spirits of Mercy By Todd Waters
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D.D. Palmer, the founder of Chiropractic claimed a spiritual entity taught him the principles of his new science and that Chiropractic would advance man in this life and the one beyond. However,... More > Palmer's spiritualistic writings are not widely accepted by the profession he created. This book introduces an untold history of D.D. Palmer and his years in Burlington, Iowa (1886-1888). Palmer communicated with spiritual entities through the medium of a dying patient he attempted to revive with magnetic healing. Palmer was scorned by a coroner's inquest and soon relocated to Davenport, Iowa where he discovered Chiropractic. This book also explores magnetic healing and the Spiritualist movement of Palmer's days. A study of both is essential to understand the philosophies that shaped Palmer's thinking. With the information presented herein, Palmer's Spiritualistic Chiropractic writings may be examined under a new light for those who dare to take the journey.< Less
CHASING D.D. - D.D. PALMER IN THE NEWS 1886-1913 By Todd Waters
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The Chiro-picker, Todd Waters, who brought you Chips From Sweet Home—Writings of D. D. Palmer 1869 -1881, has not finished telling the story of Old Dad Chiro. Chasing D. D. follows Palmer's... More > fascinating life as a Magnetic Healer to his death as the Founder of Chiropractic. This book of compiled newspaper stories, along with Palmer's letters and articles, attempts to chronicle Old Dad's activities and treks across America. It is true that Palmer discovered Chiropractic and was instrumental in developing its philosophy; however, the Big Idea he ignited took on a life of its own that could not be controlled. This is the story of Chiropractic's beginning and the rise and fall of its founder, Daniel David Palmer — a man who believed he was right. Chasing D.D.— D.D. Palmer in the News 1886-1913.< Less
Fishing for Palmer in What Cheer By Todd Waters
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FISHING FOR PALMER IN WHAT CHEER - The story of Old Dad Chiro in What Cheer, Iowa. The Chiro-picker's second book in a series of four of the founder of Chiropractic D.D. Palmer. This book covers the... More > years Fish Palmer lived in What Cheer Iowa 1882-1886. Palmer owned a grocery store and sold fifty varieties of fresh fish. Of interest to Chiropractic historians are new details of the birth of B.J. Palmer the developer of Chiropractic. Also new discoveries are revealed about B.J.'s mother Louvenia Palmer and Palmer's third wife Martha Henning.< Less
Chips From Sweet Home, Writings of D. D. Palmer 1869-1881 By Todd Waters
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Chips From Sweet Home is a compilation of newly found writings from D.D. Palmer, the founder of Chiropractic. Writings span from years 1869-1881 during his time as a bee farmer and raspberry grower.... More > Other articles are penned from those who knew him and visited his Sweet Home apiary farm. This book will be a treat for chiropractic historians and students who like to trace the steps of Old Dad Chiro's colorful life. The reader will learn of important biographical facts, business trips, friendships and rivalry with bee-keepers from Palmer's own words. New artwork was drawn specially for this book and makes the book all the much sweeter.< Less
New Smyrna Swing By DD Queens
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Newbie Florida P.I. Jenna Palmer’s bad day starts when she finds her Albert E. Gator mailbox smashed to smithereens. Things go from bad to worse after she returns home from a therapeutic... More > mani-pedi to discover her ex inside her house—the same ex who’d run off with their lottery jackpot, and a bartender from the local biker bar. But the worst part is, he’s dead. Now she has to solve the toughest case of her fledgling career. The distractingly handsome, by-the-book Detective Bryce Johnson is also on the case, and Jenna is his prime suspect. Time is running out, and leads are tough to find. While Jenna’s chasing down clues, Detective Johnson is chasing her, convinced that she knows more than she’s telling. There’s an undeniable chemistry sparking between them, but there’s a murder to solve and justice to be served.< Less
The Great Undertow By B.J. Palmer, D.C., Ph.C.
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Lost unpublished BJ Palmer Book Written in 1929. All Proceeds from the sale of this book goes to Chiropractic Medal 75 Scholarship fund.
In the Spirit of Atkinson - Bone-Setter By Todd Waters
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IN THE SPIRIT OF ATKINSON - BONE-SETTER: Explore the life and work of an unsung healer whose influence on the health sciences was far reaching. His healing of the cripples in Chicago threatened the... More > Illinois Medical Board so greatly that new legislation was drafted to prohibit the practice of medicine without a license. Atkinson's story should be found admirable to all in the chiropractic and manipulative professions. A review of the pioneers of bonesetting is included.< Less
The Casters - Magnetic Healers By Todd Waters
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Dr. Paul Caster Ottumwa's famed magnetic healer was a firm believer in the Deity. He also believed that his strange power was a divine gift and, unlike some later healers, he did not believe that it... More > could be taught to another, but must come to each one from the same high source. Before his death he became firmly convinced that his son, Jacob, possessed the same power, and urged him upon his deathbed, to take up the work where he was compelled to lay it down, predicting that in so doing alone would lie his future success in life. His son in 1889, carried out his father's wishes by engaging in the work as a public healer and is carrying it forward at Burlington in a manner not only creditable to himself, but also to the reputation of his noted father.< Less