Science 101

We have recently been made aware of another excellent article on Theta Healing.   This one comes from Dr. Doug DeSalles M.D. on the website:  Sacramento Men’s Health.

In the article, Dr. DeSalles does an excellent job of picking apart the core tenets of Theta Healing and illustrating the fallacies of nearly every claim made by Vianna Stibal and the supporters of Theta Healing.   On top of that, he goes on to point out how putting faith in something like Theta Healing is not only risky, but can quite literally be deadly.

We urge you to read through this well written and articulate article and assess the facts for yourself.

Theta Healing: 

A Cancer “cure” that Kills. 

Truth will out,

-Perry O’Veritas.


In Case You Missed It…

Last year the BBC did a feature on Vianna and Theta Healing while they were visiting and promoting in London at the time.  This video has been difficult to find on YouTube for some time now, though fairly easy to find on the BBC website.

And even easier to find now that we’ve supplied a link here on this blog.

Please read the story and watch the video.  Especially the part where Guy attacks the reporter and his camera man for simply wanting to ask Vianna a couple of questions.

Ask yourself:  If Theta Healing works so well, why do the people who promote it and profit from it refuse to ever back it up with measurable evidence?  Why won’t they ever prove that it works?  And why is it that anyone who questions the validity of Theta Healing gets attacked and bullied (usually through threats and litigation, though sometimes physically as evidenced by this video) into submission and silence?


BBC Story on Theta Healing and Vianna



Until next time,

Truth will Out.

-Perry O’Veritas


ThetaHealing: Unmasking the Cult

We here at ThetaHealingFraud are dedicated to exposing the fraud and lies upon which Theta Healing has been built.
And we’re big supporters of anyone else who is focused on the same goal.

And for that reason, we’re happy to support another website which we highly recommend.  Please read through the information on this site – you’ll find an extraordinary amount of information there which should help you in your search for answers…

And consider all of the facts that are given to you…

Until Next time,

-Perry O’Veritas.

Vianna wins an Award!…….(again)

Over at, the 2012 awards for the most Narcissistic Guru have been announced!

This dubious award was formerly known as the “Scammy” – given to the Self-Help guru who most aptly personifies the traits commonly associated with the psychological condition known in the DSM-IV as:  Narcissistic Personality Disorder.

Vianna Stibal, “Founder” of Theta Healing holds on to the Female distinction for the third year in a row.  Ms Stibal has built an empire on the blatantly fraudulent claim that she healed herself from “leg cancer”  utilizing a hybrid of prayer and meditation known as “Theta Healing”.  Since then, Ms Stibal has developed an international following of people who pay her to learn these techniques, and then continue to pay pyramid-scheme-like royalties to her after building their own business of Theta Healing  – where they perpetuate and further spread the scam by preying upon desperate and gullible people.

James Arthur Ray – who gained notoriety for promoting his role in the 2006 phenomenon “The Secret” and then again in 2009 for standing by, seemingly disengaged, while attendees died at his “Spiritual Warrior” workshops on two separate occasions – has the honor of holding the most narcissistic Male distinction for the second year in a row.  In 2011, James Ray was convicted on 3 counts of negligent manslaughter in connection with the deaths of three attendees at his seminar in Sedona, Arizona in 2009.

The first runner up is held by the towering monolith (both figuratively and literally) in the Self-Help world known as Anthony (Tony) Robbins.  Mr. Robbins, one of the elder statesmen, and arguably the most prolific in this industry, has been shelling out his particular brand of self-improvement to late night insomniacs for years.  People pay thousands of dollars to attend his seminars where they leave feeling elated for having, among other things, walked on hot coals.  But as is the case with all self-help seminar attendees, the effects wear off after a couple of weeks and the individuals are left looking for the next seminar to attend, or book to purchase – all with the hopes of reclaiming the euphoric high (see: love bombing) that they felt while attending the aforementioned seminar(s).

Congratulations Ms Stibal, Mr. Ray, and Mr. Robbins – you continue to dig snake oil salesmen/women a new level of human depravity.

Until next time.

Truth will out.