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Birth Trauma, and the Dark Side of Modern Medicine:  Exposing the Systematic Violence During Hospital Birth and the Attempt to Hijack Our Souls

by Jeanice Barcelo 

Book Exposes Hospital Birth Nightmare


Dear Friends — I am pleased to announce the completion of my first book in which I expose the violence of western medicine, especially as it pertains to the systematic abuse of mothers and infants during hospital birth. The book, entitled “Birth Trauma and the Dark Side of Modern Medicine,” contains numerous personal stories of severe birth trauma combined with revelatory information about the cult of modern medicine, including the mind control of medical students who are forced to engage in atrocities in order to become official members of the cult.

The book also covers a wide array of topics including birth rape, circumcision, abuse in neonatal intensive care units, cesarean section, induction of labor, the dangers of drugs like cytotec, pitocin, and epidural anesthesia during labor, and even a section about the dark side of artificial reproductive technologies and the pain of IVF children. Additionally, the book also contains pertinent information concerning prenatal trauma and the impact of the first nine months on the rest of our lives.


-Induced labors make up 30% of hospital births and imprint the Soul that they are not in control of their reality.

-Natural contractions and time produce love binding hormones critical to bonding

-Hospital births are contraindicative of neurobiological love built into the natural birthing process

-The dangers of C Sections are many

-The inducement drug alters DNA and causes Spiritual distress

-The dangers of internal fetal monitors and sonograms

-Clamping the umbilical chord is a barbaric practice that Dad’s are coached into doing

-The relationship of the placenta, Mom and the baby. Hospitals claim they own the placenta as it is a medical waste product.

-Hospital vaccines, Vitamin K shots and goop in the eyes are standard operating procedure

-Janice also argues why allowing an epideral is very troubling for Mom and baby

-Swaddling the baby tightly, standard practice, puts the baby into super parasympathetic mode that is dangerous.

-Why it is necessary to look the baby into the eyes, have contact with skin and Mom and baby smell one another, all not encouraged in hospital births.