New Hope Health Clinic
April 14, 2001
I am writing to you in order to make an official statement regarding my understanding of the value of the work that I have been educated in. As I have said on the telephone, I have quoted the price of $10,000 to a doctor in the Enid area. You should already be familiar with his response to that figure. It makes little difference to me as to how you feel regarding this.
The facts are that I provided an educational service to you on the 21st of June, 2000 and did NOT receive any recompense for that service. You are familiar with, to some extent, the method of Craton upon my presence in your clinic, and you have admitted to me on February 9, 2001 that you were using the work in what you called a crisis situation and on children. I am pleased that you have found the integrity to use the work for the sake of your patients, but am disheartened at your unwillingness to reward the First Disciple of the art.
Under the current circumstances, you are hereby notified that you are NOT authorized to perform or teach Craton's method in any part, since you are NOT fully aware of the potential of the whole of the work. You are, as a recognized professional, hereby bound to either complete your training in the field and pay the cost of $10,000 as an educational fee, or cease and desist the practice and/or teaching of the correction of the occiput and/or the innominate as developed by Earl Franklin Craton, D.C., Ph.C. I do hereby authorize your assessment of the position of the occipital condyles and the sacro-iliac joints as was shown to you on the 21st of June, 2000. But until a satisfactory arrangement can be decided upon in the matter of your authority to perform or teach the work of Craton, I must insist that upon such analysis you refer to the proper Nerve Signal Interference Specialist. And if you do NOT then are hereby bound to pay $100 per adjustment in which Craton's expertise is drawn upon to such Nerve Signal Interference Specialist. NOTE: A variation of the technique in order to preserve the professional atmosphere of your clinic is in effect, the work of Craton.
I am also hereby informing you that the above quoted price of $10,000 is only valid for thirty (30) days from the receipt of this letter. The cost advances to $250,000 on the thirty-first (31) day, and thereat freezes.
On a personal note, I am a VERY generous person and have given much in order to preserve the work of my grandfather, Earl Franklin Craton, D.C., Ph.C. But I need to point out to you that I am also VERY tired of being taken advantage of by those who are in positions such as yours. God does support me, but he does so through my own abilities. I am utmost student to Craton and to God, and thereby teacher and judge to the world.
Tammy Joy Kennedy
PS. Regarding the unfinished business of the cost for the adjustments that I provided to you personally, that until such time of your maturation on this point and a supplication for my forgiveness upon proper and complete retribution on your part exists, I must adhere to my position presented to you on my web site. At this time, I will allow as retribution for the cost of my previous analytical and corrective services to you, to be as low as $5,000, but again, only for the next thirty (30) days. NOTE: I am not deluding myself in thinking that you will pay this fee; I am simply letting you know the value of what you received as a doctor who did NOT have the portion of the truth that I delivered.
This letter has been approved by Earl Franklin Craton, D.C., Ph.C.
Mailed: April 18, 2001
Delivered: April 19, 2001
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