-------- Forwarded Message -------- From: Rasa Von Werder <r...@womanthouartgod.com> Reply-to: "Rasa Von Werder" <r...@womanthouartgod.com> To: Rasa Von Werder <r...@womanthouartgod.com> Subject: Re: the death of Boyd Graves Date: Sat, 20 Jun 2009 14:34:38 -0400
WOW! NO WONDER I'VE BEEN THINKING OF HIM CONSANTLY & JUST YESTERDAY I THOUGHT I MUST CALL HIM! THE SUCCESS OF HIS LAWSUIT -THERE IS THE TURNING POINT OR BRIDGE WHICH ALLOWS HIM TO "REST IN PEACE" -- AS WHAT HE SET OUT TO DO HAS BEEN ACCMPLISHED, AS YOU WELL STATED. THIS IS SUCH A BEAUTIFUL LETTER ENCAPSULATING WHAT BOYD STOOD FOR, HE IS A BLESSED MAN. I WILL FORWARD THIS TO OUR FRIENDS AND WRITE YOU AGAIN LATER, ED, AFTER I THINK A BIT. I LOVED THAT MAN AND NOW HE SMILES ON US FROM HEAVEN. HIS TERRIBLE ORDEAL IS OVER, HE IS WITH HIS ETERNAL LOVE. INFINITE LOVE MOTHER (GURURASA) ----- Original Message ----- From: ed maupin To: Rasa Von Werder Sent: Saturday, June 20, 2009 2:35 AM Subject: the death of Boyd Graves Rasa, Miraculously, things have come to an end with Boyd Graves. In March his suit against the government for disclosure of its role in the development of AIDS was accepted. The Justice Department is engaged, and lawyers have been assigned to the case. Soon after, his health began to deteriorate. The other thrust of Dr. Graves work was his interest in having a certain AIDS cure tested clinically. This was Tetracyl, a silver oxide, patented by Dr. Marvin Adelman as a cure for the HIV virus. The efficiency of this treatment has not been researched. Some patients have reported eradication of the virus, other, usually more advanced, cases have not responded. After March Graves continued to lose ground. He tried another injection of Tetracyl, but the results were not positive. He had a bone infection and his T-cells were down to 20. Valiently putting his life on the line for what he believed, he elected for one more Tetracyl before he resorted to retrovirus medications. Last Monday night he had severe chest pains and his excellent caretaker-boys took him to the hospital. Next morning he was intubated, comatose, and incommunicado. Thursday morning his sister called and said he had an intractable lung infection. He was to be put on "comfort care" at 2:30, meaning life support would be withdrawn and more morphine would be applied. He died that afternoon. Rasa, it's incredibly perfect! His lease would have run out at the end of the month. Last year your $5000 gift was the down-payment on his lease which allowed the remaining monthly payments to be within his monthly pension. He completed his work: he successfully filed his suit. The work has been done; now others can take over. Fortunate is the man or woman who lives with a sense of destiny. Boyd had no doubt about the importance of his work or his destiny to do it. For all his complaining, he was a fortunate man. And you and I, Rasa, were able to contribute to his remarkable life and work. Blessings, Ed Maupin P. S. If any of your readers is interested in continuing Boyd Graves' lawsuit against the government, please let me know.