Crop Circles are patterns created in fields by flattening the grain stalks. Best seen from the sky, over 10 thousand have been reported in 26 countries, and have been seen as proof of extraterrestrial contact, hoaxes, and art. Dr. Sue Mcintosh, will be sharing what she’s learned about crop circles.
Dr. McIntosh describes herself as a student and a seeker, and also writes and teaches about conspiracy, extraterrestrials, spiritual development and healing methods, so if we deviate from talking about Crop circles it should still be interesting.
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Dr. McIntosh is a native of Tennessee, relocating to Connecticut for postgraduate training in pediatrics and pediatric hematology and oncology at the Yale-New Haven Medical Center.
From 1974 to 1984 she was a member of the faculty at the Yale School of Medicine and was active in patient care, teaching and clinical research. Administrative duties included committees on the status of faculty women, human investigation, and pharmacy and therapeutics. From 1984 to 1991 she established one of the first private practices of pediatric and adolescent hematology and oncology in Guilford, CT, with continued privileges in patient care and teaching at the Yale-New Haven Medical Center.
The gradual onset and progressive course of severe fibromyalgia necessitated early retirement from medicine in 1991. During this illness and while still practicing medicine, she learned, applied and taught alternative healing methods and was one of the first practitioners of integrative, or complementary, medicine. Forced retirement allowed not only rest and healing but time and opportunity to learn about basic natures of society and life. As a student and a seeker, she began teaching and writing about conspiracy, extraterrestrials, spiritual development and healing methods.
Dr. McIntosh has written five books—Evolution or Enslavement? Essays in Transformation; Poisoned Americans—What Everyone Should Know about Food, Drink and Cell Phones; PIP (a meditation primer for children); Runway—A Dog’s Tale; Letters To My Grandchildren and more than 50 professional papers and presentations. She and her wife live in Connecticut. She is an avid organic gardener, earth-keeper, healer, teacher, seeker and trouble-maker