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Miracle II Ingredients: Divine or Demonic? Updates

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UPDATE: August 28, 2012 Brian Tedeton sues over the right to ownership of TEDCO: "In this case, the son of the decedent sued his mother and siblings concerning the ownership of an alleged family business."  

UPDATE 7/21/09 Miracle II WANDS: The Miracle II manufacturer used to produce and sell therapeutic wands. Wands, in the context of the utilization of subtle energy, are used for magick.

The Miracle II wand holds Miracle II soap which holds eloptic energy  beyond measure:

 "The Wand holds prayer, spiritual and eloptic energy beyond measure"

(Quote source: miracle2-cartco.com http://web.archive.org/web/20060616075025/www.miracle2-cartco.com/store/index.php?cPath=24)

According to the Miracle II manufacturer, eloptic energy is subtle energy. Do you really believe the holy God of the Bible would heal via a wand that contains subtle energy? (Subtle energy is the New Age/occult term for devils.)

8/21/08 According to the News-Star of Monroe, Louisiana, Clayton Tedeton, creator of the Miracle II products, died on July 7, 2007. This announcement is necessary because at this writing (August 21, 2008) Heartland Enterprises has not yet updated their website in regard to live conference calls with Mr. Tedeton:

Are you interested in the chance to hear or even speak with CLAYTON TEDETON, LIVE? That's right! He's on Miracle2.net's exclusive conference call almost every week, and you can listen to the inventor of Miracle II Products live - and even speak with him yourself if you like!

(Quoted from: http://www.miracle2.net/conference.asp) [Note: Shortly after this update was published to the internet (approximately fourteen months after the death of Clayton Tedeton), Heartland Enterprises  responded by finally removing the invitation to speak live with Mr. Tedeton, and announcing his passing. Their response included the posting of a letter about me that is attributed to Clayton Tedeton and dated April 7, 2004. Shortly after my announcement that Clayton Tedeton was deceased, Heartland Enterprises (miracle2.net) shut down their business.)

Issued May 18, 2005: Master's Miracle Issues Nationwide Health Alert Against Applying Their Products to the Eyes

NOTE the following warning issued by the FDA. The citation of the following FDA warning in no way means that I endorse every product the FDA claims is safe or that I trust every pronouncement that comes from the FDA. (For example, the FDA claims aspartame is safe and that is clearly wrong.)  With these facts in mind, read the following warning along with the information about how the Tedco Corporation handled the FDA's request for a voluntary recall.

12/12/05 FDA Warning Issued on December 6, 2005: Do Not Use  Miracle II Neutralizer and Miracle II Neutralizer Gel. Use of Products Could lead to Severe Infections.

FDA testing of Miracle II Neutralizer and Miracle II Neutralizer Gel revealed bacterial contamination and poor manufacturing conditions. (Health Canada reported that the name of this bacteria is Pseudomonas aeruginosa and Enterobacter cloacae.) TEDCO Corporation is aware of the bacterial contamination and yet refuses to voluntarily pull the products from the market.

Excerpt of the FDA Press Release:

"The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is advising consumers not to use Miracle II Neutralizer and Miracle II Neutralizer Gel products manufactured by Tedco, Inc., in West Monroe, Louisiana because the products are bacterially contaminated and have not been proven to be safe and effective. Use of these products could pose a risk of serious adverse events such as infections, particularly in children, the elderly, and individuals with weakened immune systems who are particularly susceptible to illness."

"...Recent FDA testing of Miracle II Neutralizer and Miracle II Neutralizer Gel revealed bacterial contamination and poor manufacturing conditions." (Health Canada reported that the name of this bacteria is Pseudomonas aeruginosa and Enterobacter cloacae.)

"Although Tedco, Inc., has been advised by FDA of the contamination found in its Miracle II Neutralizer and Miracle II Neutralizer Gel products, the firm has declined to voluntarily remove the products from the market."

[Read the complete article at the link below]

(Quote source: FDA Warns Consumers About Unapproved and Bacterially-Contaminated Miracle II Neutralizer and Miracle II Neutralizer Gel Drug Products)

 

 FDA Warning issued June 9, 2005: Master's Miracle is bacterially contaminated. See the excerpt of their June 9, 2005 warning letter below:

Adulterated Cosmetic Charge

FDA conducted an analysis of a sample of your Skin Moisturizer product collected during the inspection. This analysis revealed bacterial contamination and aerobic plate counts at levels that pose a potential health risk for the uses recommended in your labeling. Your product is therefore adulterated under section 601(a) of the Act because it contains a poisonous or deleterious substance that may render the product injurious to users under the conditions of use prescribed in the labeling thereof, or under such conditions of use as are customary or usual [21 U.S.C. 361(a)]. [bold emphasis added]

(Quoted source: The Master's Miracle, Inc. Warning Letter) Note: The now-removed article used to be at this url: http://www.fda.gov/foi/warning_letters/g5374d.htm

12/15/05 The Washington Post reported on the contamination of Miracle II Neutralizer FDA: Miracle II Neutralizer Contaminated; ABC News: Miracle II Neutralizer is Contaminated  The mainstream media is reporting about the bacterial contamination of the Miracle II Neutralizer and Neutralizer Gel.

Will the Alternative Media also report this potentially life-saving news? Or will they continue to sell it because it is such a huge (New Age-marked) money maker?)

12/11/05

Nature Rich was formerly the Master's Miracle, Inc.

Nature Rich was formerly the Master's Miracle, Inc.

10/03/05

On August 8, 2005, Health Canada again cautioned consumers against using the Miracle II Neutralizer or ANY other health products manufactured by Tedco, Inc:

OTTAWA - Health Canada is reminding consumers not to use Miracle II Miracle Neutralizer or any health products exported or sold by Tedco, Inc. of Louisiana, due to the risk that they could contain harmful bacteria.

(Quote source: Health Canada Continues to Warn Consumers)

6/28/05 

Pseudomonas aeruginosa, a bacteria that has been found in the Master's Miracle Fortified Mineral Neutralizer, is dangerous and can cause fatal infections:

To understand the implications of the company's admission to producing tainted products you have to understand the bacteria itself. In Todar's Online Textbook of Bacteriology:


"Pseudomonas aeruginosa is an opportunistic pathogen, meaning that it exploits some break in the host defenses to initiate an infection. It causes urinary tract infections, respiratory system infections, dermatitis, soft tissue infections, bacteremia, bone and joint infections, gastrointestinal infections and a variety of systemic infections, particularly in patients with severe burns and in cancer and AIDS patients who are immunosuppressed. Pseudomonas aeruginosa infection is a serious problem in patients hospitalized with cancer, cystic fibrosis, and burns. The case fatality rate in these patients is 50 percent."

(Quote source: Blindness and Death with Impunity? Master's Miracle New Formula by Ron Lee for the US Observer)

5/27/05 Bacteria has been found in the Miracle II neutralizer and The Master's Miracle neutralizer:

Health Canada has analyzed a sample of each product and found that the "Master's Miracle Fortified Mineral Neutralizer" sample contained bacteria, including Pseudomonas aeruginosa and Enterobacter cloacae, and the sample of "Miracle II Miracle Neutralizer" contained Escherichia coli.

(Quote source: Health Canada Warns Consumers Not to Use "Master's Miracle Fortified Mineral Neutralizer" or "Miracle II Miracle Neutralizer" )

Health Canada issued the following consumer health advisory on May 23, 2005:


Master's Miracle: Health Canada warns consumers not to use any natural health products from the Master's Miracle.

Tedco, Inc: Health Canada warns consumers not to use any natural health products from Tedco, Inc. [Miracle II]

(Quote source: The Canadian Journal of Clinical Pharmacology)

Zeph Daniel, who allowed his pool to be used to advertise the Miracle II Industrial Size Structural Water Unit, has toned down his promotion of the Miracle II subtle energy products by removing the link to a Miracle II company from his website. 

Print-Friendly pages are now available: IntroductionScriptural Critique of Clayton Tedeton's Miracle II Testimony Clayton Tedeton and the SourceHealings are From M-II "Energy," Not God; Miracle II Ingredients: Divine or Demonic? Miracle II Trademark: Occult Symbolism

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Hypnosis and The Master's Miracle Structural Water Unit: Process Likened to Alchemy!
Zeph Daniel's Pool Has an Energizing Aura
Alex Jones hosts ad for The Master's Miracle 
Psychic Healing links fixed
Clayton Tedeton Threatens Legal Action Against Lisa Ruby  

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