DR. THOMAS WYATT
Pastored churches in Iowa and then went on to pioneer evangelism in the radio healing ministry. On Mother’s Day, 1942, the voice of this dynamic man of God was heard for the first time on “Wings of Healing.”
“Come with me to this great institution–its great buildings spread over many acres. Let us go inside and see, in row after row of cells, wild eyes peering from behind screens and bars. Men and women living in a nightmare land, a world of horrors where naked fear stalks priceless, immortal souls, driving them over the precipice of reason. These wails and weepings, these screams and cursings are the outcry of those bound in Satan’s world of the lost and damned. Look at this wild, fear-driven creature–she used to love and laugh, talk and enjoy life like others. But who stole that smile, who took away her reason? Ah! It was the thief who ‘comes but to steal, and to kill, and to destroy. ‘We need not visit hospitals and insane asylums in order to see the devastating work of Satan; it is everywhere evident….”
REVEREND FRANK HAMMOND
Ordained Baptist minister who holds an A.B. degree from Baylor University and a B.D. degree from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in Fort Worth, Texas. Author of “Pigs in the Parlor,” described as “A practical guide to deliverance.”
“The disturbance and disintegration personally known as schizophrenia or dementia praecox is frequently encountered by the deliverance minister. I would estimate that as many as one-fourth of those who come to us for deliverance are found to have the schizophrenic pattern. Schizophrenics account for half the population in psychiatric hospitals.”
DR. HOBART FREEMAN
Considered to be one of the world’s foremost authorities on demonology and exorcism. Author of the widely acknowledged “Angels of Light.” This man has had many years in counseling hundreds of individuals seeking help and freedom from demonic oppression and subjection.
“Both from the Scriptures and experience, it is evident that evil spirits who oppress their human victims are of various kinds, and work in a variety of ways. Oppression may be subjective, such as insanity…it is difficult for the novice to discern, or the medical doctor, psychologist, and psychiatrist to admit the reality and activity of demonic spirits in such victims.
“There are spirits whose primary function seems to be to assault the mind. There are spirits of insanity who take possession, when possible, of the mental faculties, disrupting normal, rational thought processes, the affected individual exhibiting various mental, emotional, and behavioral abnormalities.”
GEORGE D. STEINERT: PSYCHOLOGIST, GRAPHOANALYST
George D. Steinert is an instructor of psychology at the Institute of Graphoanalysis in Chicago and of handwriting analysis at American River College in Sacramento. He received his M.A. degree from California State University and wrote his thesis on the spontaneous development of handwriting forms in pre-school children. He has also used handwriting analysis in conjunction with the psychotherapy of female wards of the California Youth Authority.
Steinert received his B.A. degree from Angelo State University, where he majored in psychology while serving concurrently with the United States Navy as an instructor of communications and linguistics at the U.S. Air Force School of Applied Cryptologic Sciences, San Angelo, Texas. He is the author of a widely read book entitled “You Are What You Write.” Mr. Steinert is also a certified Master Graphoanalyst, vice-president of the Northern California Chapter of the International Graphoanalysis Society (IGAS), and a 1974 winner of the IGAS Merit Scholarship.