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The reporter later changed the title to Danger In Paradise. There were two previous articles, Dec. Their farm was sold in to John W. They moved to Florida. There, Marian Windish met Walter Siegmeister at her college. He told her of his dream to make a super-race who worship the sun. When Siegmeister met Lovewisdom in Ecuador in , they spoke of plans for creating a paradisian utopia and a super-race in the Ecuadorean jungle, but Lovewisdom later stated that he only wanted to begin what he called a Propitiatory Shelter for the Apocalyptic Camp of the Saints.

In the s, Lovewisdom lived as a hermit in the mountain crater lake, Quilotoa , in Ecuador , [9] [10] which he felt would shield residents from nuclear fallout. An article about Vilcabamba - an 'island of immunity' from cardiovascular disease, in Reader's Digest ignited Lovewisdom's interest, besides its abundant fruit varieties, so he moved there from Otavalo in the north of Ecuador.

Alexander Leaf of Harvard University , both gerontologists, visited Lovewisdom due to his many articles on the longevity of the Vilcabamban people. Lovewisdom believed himself to be the reincarnation of Ananda the primary disciple of Buddha , Milarepa and John the Baptist. D in Philosophy and Agronomy.

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He founded the "Pristine Order of Paradisian Perfection", a religious order, which was registered with the Ecuadorean government, and later founded the International University of the Vitalogical Sciences. The early 20th century nature cure movement inspired authors such as Walter Siegmeister, Theos Bernard and Johnny Lovewisdom.

Siegmeister told of his search for the safest place on Earth from radioactive fallout in order to build a paradise, [15] an idea later developed by Lovewisdom in Handbook on Radioactive Nuclear Fallout.


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Lovewisdom's many beliefs were documented in Viktoras Kulvinskas' Survival Into The 21st Century in the s, which sold over a million copies. In , near the end of his life, inspired by Spanish fruitarians who visited him, he returned to promoting a strict juicy fruitarian diet, which he called the "Vitarian Fruit-Salad Diet", described in The Ascensional Science of Spiritualizing Fruitarian Dietetics His low fat stance was also corroborated by Dr.

Douglas N. Graham who warned against high raw fat diets [17] , Otto Carque [18] and Arnold Ehret. Lovewisdom died in Quito, aged Lovewisdom produced many books in English and Spanish on esoteric dietetics in religion , history and metaphysics. Dr Teofilo de la Torre of Panama, critiqued Lovewisdom declaring nuts and seeds were optimal foods, though earlier advised against them, in the same book. My Dashboard Get Published. Sign in with your eLibrary Card close. Flag as Inappropriate. Email this Article.

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Johnny Lovewisdom. Lovewisdom at the crater lake on Mt. Quilotoa , Ecuador , c. He founded the "Pristine Order of Paradisian Perfection", a religious order, which was registered with the Ecuadorean government, and later founded the International University of the Vitalogical Sciences.

The early 20th century nature cure movement inspired authors such as George R. Siegmeister told of his search for the safest place on Earth from radioactive fallout in order to build a paradise, an idea later developed by Lovewisdom in Handbook on Radioactive Nuclear Fallout. Lovewisdom's many beliefs were documented in Viktoras Kulvinskas' Survival Into The 21st Century in the s, which sold over a million copies.

In , near the end of his life, inspired by Spanish fruitarians who visited him, he returned to promoting a strict juicy fruitarian diet, which he called the "Vitarian Fruit-Salad Diet", described in The Ascensional Science of Spiritualizing Fruitarian Dietetics His low fat stance was also corroborated by Dr. Douglas N.

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Graham who warned against high raw fat diets, Otto Carque and Arnold Ehret. Johnny Lovewisdom returned to living food, lacto-vegetarian diet after failing to thrive on a strict fruit diet. Lovewisdom died in Quito, aged Lovewisdom produced many books in English and Spanish on breatharianism, fasting, fruitarianism, natural hygiene, naturopathy, orthopathy, parthenogenesis, vitalism, yoga traditions, aquarian eugenics and ascensional science.

Further topics included: anthropology, clairvoyance, body chemistry, comparative anatomy, geophysical changes, lemurian genesis, neuro-cerebropathology, organiculture, plant botany, tropical colonization and esoteric dietetics in religion, history and metaphysics. Dr Teofilo de la Torre of Panama, critiqued Lovewisdom declaring nuts and seeds were optimal foods, though earlier advised against them, in the same book. Health writer Gabriel Cousens attributed Lovewisdom's health problems to B12 deficiency, although Lovewisdom attributed these to pesticides exposure and hospitals.

Updated on Jun 09, Like Comment Share. Early diet ideas Johnny Lovewisdom originally promoted a strict fruit diet but later changed it to the "Vitarian" diet with vegetables, raw yogurt, clabber, kefir and avocado. Emigration In , he made plans to emigrate to South America to avoid being conscripted as a soldier in World War 2.

Later life In the s, Lovewisdom lived as a hermit in the mountain crater lake, Quilotoa, in Ecuador, which he felt would shield residents from nuclear fallout. Reincarnation Lovewisdom believed himself to be the reincarnation of Ananda the primary disciple of Buddha , Milarepa and John the Baptist. Final years The early 20th century nature cure movement inspired authors such as George R. Legacy Lovewisdom produced many books in English and Spanish on breatharianism, fasting, fruitarianism, natural hygiene, naturopathy, orthopathy, parthenogenesis, vitalism, yoga traditions, aquarian eugenics and ascensional science.

Notable writings Spiritualizing Dietetics: Vitarianism also called Vitarianism: Spiritualized Dietetics , where he promoted a raw food diet called Vitarianism , which included raw fruit, raw yogurt and vegetables. The Buddhist Essene Gospel of Jesus explains John the Baptist's fruitarian diet as written in the original Syriac Peshito Scriptures and handed down through the centuries, through direct translation into English from the original Aramaic tongue spoken by Jesus and recorded by John. The translation showed how words in Aramaic lexicons, have dual or triple meanings, and how previous translators such as Edmund Bordeaux Szekely in The Essene Gospel Of Peace , used imprecise definitions, ascribing a biogenic diet to John and the Essenes, instead of a frugivorous one frugivorous means fruit, vegetables and a protein source which in John's case was grass-fed dairy products like yogurt and cheese.

The Ascensional Science Of Spiritualizing Fruitarian Dietetics , his penultimate book, where he promoted the juicy fruitarian diet which excluded fat-rich fruits. Truth About Healing , his final book, on diet and natural health, the problems of alternative medicine, and the dangers of nuclear fallout. Modern Live Juice Therapy.

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