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Gregg Braden (born June 28, 1954) is an American crank, woo-meister, and New Age fantasy literature author. He argues that human emotions affect DNA, that collective prayer may heal the body, that the world is a mind, that science is pointing to religion and other woo-woo. He has published many books through the Hay House publishing company (a serious scientific publishing house).Do You Believe That?
He wrote about the 2012 apocalypse for his claim that the magnetic polarity of the Earth was about to reverse. It diiiid? Braden argued that the change in the Earth's magnetic field might have effects on human DNA and claimed that he healed himself from cancer just by thinking he was well. Where are the actual proofs of his claims, no one knows.
- Gregg Braden — debunking repository (Democratic Underground) — some useful debunking resources
- Encyclopedia of American Loons: "There is out there, and there is out there, and Gregg Braden is definitely as far out there as you get."