“The discovery that will send chills down your spine” is a title that grabs your attention, but it’s also bound to be from a scammer as only scammers write this kind of rubbish.
Then the email gets pretty stupid with an overload of statements to prove its authenticity.
“Mentioned in the bible 100 times”.
“the key to beating diabetes, cancer, obesity and most illnesses and conditions”.
“used in ancient Egyptian times”.
It’s supposed to be a secret that the drug companies are terrified of people finding out about and that doctors are furious, but it also says that 20,000 Americans have already used this method to heal their bodies, so it cannot be a secret.
What is it?
It’s supposedly something in holy anointing oil and you have to watch the video to find out.
No thanks. Keep your imaginary rubbish.
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