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Re: Adawehi & Jackie Woods
Posted by: corboy ()
Date: July 12, 2014 10:13PM


(quote)Archived Story
Local chiropractor presents research on Captiol Hill
Published 4:22pm Friday, June 22, 2012
Dr. Winn Sams, a chiropractor at Adawehi Institute, was a recent presenter on the latest research findings

Dr. Winn Samsrelated to children carrying heavy backpacks and book bags.
In meetings with federal officials and legislative aides, Sams followed up on planning sessions she first hosted in 2009 with Jackie Woods, founder and director of Adawehi Institute, and former Representative David Guice (R-NC).

Sams was joined on Capitol Hill by Richard W. Culatta from the Department of Education’s Office of Educational Technology Dr. George L. Askew, a pediatrician and chief medical officer of the administration for children and families of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. These two officials helped anchor the first discussions on Capitol Hill.

Studies show that the weight of children’s backpacks has doubled in the last 10 years, Sams said. Research published in April involving more than 1,400 students in Spain concludes that children should not carry more than 10 percent of their body weight and that weights exceeding 15 percent of a child’s body weight can be damaging to young spines.

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Dr. Sams’ chiropractic office is located at Adawehi Institute off Fox Mountain Road in Columbus. She may be reached at 828-817-4544. Read more about Dr. Sams at
- article submitted by Roulettei Gildersleeve


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Re: Adawehi & Jackie Woods
Posted by: freenow ()
Date: October 10, 2017 09:14PM

I was once a member here. If you have family here- do not give up on them. It is very difficult to leave as they believe their soul will die if they leave. The brainwashing is so intense. The point of most of the exercises is to re-trigger past traumas. These past traumas are used to control members. Separating parents from children is also a main method of control. Along with using traumas to control, with the required tithing, onsite grocery store, multiple required 'sessions', and events all of your money goes to the founder. Many of the members work for the founders husband's business and so if they left they would not have jobs. It is difficult to leave when you have no savings and you have been made to cut yourself off from anyone outside the community.

The only good news is that even though they try very hard to recruit new members, they have been unsuccessful. The community has become so shut off from the world, that most people who still have their own thought process understand that something is off and still have enough freewill to choose to not be there. If your family member is there, make sure they know that you are there for them always. Also know, that if you directly disapprove you will be shut out. If they have hurt you, please know- it comes from a brainwashed state. Even if your family member were to have a thought against the norm here, if it is found out by anyone else- your family member will be reported on and have consequences for that.

I am grateful to be out and hope that others will find support if they choose to leave.

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