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The Phenomenon Bruno Groning Documentary Series

October 20, 2018 @ 12:30 pm - 6:30 pm

Bruno Groning Documentary

Bruno Groning Documentary gives a powerful look into health.


The documentary film, The Phenomenon Bruno Groning, on the tracks of the Miracle Healer shows the dramatic events of that time objectively.  Original film and sound documents, archive material, over 50 eyewitness interviews, and also containing large-scale reenactment scenes.  All this make the film a deeply impressive experience.


The documentary film is in 3 parts, each approximately 95 minutes. There is no entrance fee, but donations are requested. No entrance fee, donations requested.


This film is, however, more than a documentary glance at the past. Many viewers have reported that they suddenly felt a power, tingling, current in their bodies while watching the film. For most of them, this is a fully new experience. Some have even reported the disappearance of pain, handicaps, and other forms of suffering.


How is that possible? Groning died in 1959. The tumult over him is long past. However, even today unusual healings occur. The facts speak for themselves: healings from cancer, angina pectoris, rheumatoid arthritis, and osteoporosis, but also from drug addiction and other addictions. The successes have been medically documented by physicians.


In 1949 one name dominated the headlines: Bruno Groning. Extra editions were printed
about him. There were also radio and newsreel reports. A movie was filmed. Everywhere he appeared hundreds, thousands, even tens of thousands of people flocked to see him. They came from all over Germany, Austria, Switzerland, but also from Belgium, France, and the USA. Groning became a world event.


Those who throng to see him, however, are not followers, fans, or groupies. They are sick people. For it was in their last ray of hope. Beaten down by the war, given up on by doctors, they have only one wish, and that is to become healthy – free from pain and suffering. Bruno Groning should help them.


And he helps. “There is no incurable – God is the greatest physician,” were his words. And the unfathomable happens: sick people become healthy – the lame can walk, the blind can see.