Episode 23:26 The Strange Connection Between The Medical Profession And The Catholic Church

On this episode of the Get Healthy Alabama podcast we (Dr. George Burroughs and BetyLou Pierce) talk about how the medical profession modeled itself after the Catholic Church.

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Episode 23:26 - The Strange Connection Between The Medical Profession And The Catholic Church

For centuries the Catholic Church has done a wonderful job at getting people to blindly trust and obey their dictates.


How does the Catholic Church get millions of people to do whatever they say… no questions asked?

It’s actually quite easy.

It’s also brilliant.

On this episode we discuss the exact strategy the Catholic Church utilizes to get people to do whatever they are told.

To trust, obey… and never ask questions.

We also discuss how the medical profession saw how effective this strategy was and decided to copy it.

And copy it they did.

To perfection.

To the point where people do whatever their medical doctor tells them to do… no questions asked.

Give this episode a good listen as it’s a fascinating discussion on how an organization can become very powerful, very persuasive... and very corrupt.

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