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Story of Liverwurst

Some people think I am delusional when I try to explain to them this story of Liverwurst...

He is a forty pound red tailed hawk whose talons are bigger than my hands, and whose first eye contact with me was more intense than anything I had ever experienced with any living creature.

The date was July 13, 2006. I had just returned home from the clinic where I was told that I had Morgellons and I would not likely be here for Christmas.

I live up on the third floor of an apartment building that overlooks a pond on one side and a vacant field on the other. We have a long set of steps and we have another set of steps with a landing midway up.

As I reached the landing, I was looking to the West where the mountains still had a little bit of snow at the top.  Sitting on the chimney cap on the peak of our apartment building, I noticed this monstrous bird staring right at me. The eye contact was so intense that I was able to later describe in detail the coloring and other features of his eyes.

It was at that very moment that I felt a calmness and peace that I had never before experienced in my life. I felt he must have been a messenger from God, and right then and there, I knew I wasn't going to die!

 I made a vow that if I lived through this horrifying disease, I would then do everything in my power to help as many people as possible.  It was my first interaction with God, and it was my first sign of HOPE!

My relationship with this animal has continued for over seven years as evidenced by these pictures taken less than a week ago. When he is not perched atop my chimney, he is patrolling the grounds below or the woods nearby (where these pictures were taken).

I always know where to find him. I have fed this bird nine times in seven years... hence his name, Liverwurst... although I know he prefers rabbit (as you can see if you look carefully at the picture above).

Any of you who get well and wish to visit Reno, not only will we walk around the pond together, I will personally take you to visit Liverwurst.

God bless you all. Never, Never give up Hope!


P.S. - Liverwurst is larger than the bald eagle in the picture on the Hope & Inspiration page!