Saved from catastrophic heart attack

Saved from catastrophic heart attack


[Music] I am an attorney in charge of trying very complex,
complicated, long trials involving products, liability, consumer fraud class actions, and
the like. They were worth billions and billions of dollars,
each trial. In 2016 I was asked to handle a case in the
lower Yukon in Alaska. I am married to Jeffrey Wagner and my husband
was in Alaska in this little town called Bethel. Jeff would send me photos. It has one paved road and Jeff had been there
for weeks, and weeks, and weeks. The only thing left was closing arguments
and I went back to my little office and my chest started to hurt but I just put my head
down at my desk and hoped it would pass. My trial partner, Stan, came by and as we
would do if we pass each other’s offices, yelled out “Hey Jeff”. And he walked about three steps past the office
and realized he hadn’t heard an answer. And I remember hearing him say “We need an
ambulance right now. This could be a heart attack. This is not a drill.” I had come home from work and I noticed that
I was getting phone calls from a name I didn’t recognize. And I didn’t pick up. I was done for the evening. I had to work the next day but I kept noticing
that this same name kept appearing. And so one of my partners, who was in an office
across the hall, picked up the phone to dial 911. And that’s when we learned that our small
town didn’t have 9-1-1 service. So one of our colleagues went, called the
police. One called the fire department, one called
the hospital, and another one just went running out the front door to go find the ambulance. So I picked up the phone and it was Jeff’s
office manager calling to let me know that Jeff was on his way to the emergency room. And she gave me the name of his junior associate
and told me that I should call immediately. So I didn’t call her immediately. I called my stepson Gabriel. My stepson is Gabriel Wagner and he is John’s
right-hand everything. And he actually answered the phone, which
he never does when he is with Master John. Except that Master John knew why I was calling
and he said “That’s a phone call you need to pick up.” And Gabriel answered the phone and I said
“Gabriel, your dad is either at the emergency room or on his way to the emergency room. And they don’t know what’s happening to him.” And I could hear Master John in the background
already scanning and looking into Jeff. I remember hearing somebody say “Make sure
he has the defibrillator pads on him.” And that’s when I knew this could be a little
more serious than I was hoping. So the doctor explained to me that they needed
to determine whether it was a heart attack or an aortic tear. Because they get treated very differently. Heart attacks are treated with clot-busting
drugs. If it’s an aortic tear and they put in clot-busting
drugs, well, then blood starts pumping out the tear. We bleed out, we die. And I remember just saying “John, I know you’re
busy, you’ve got the whole world to look after. But if you have a minute I could really use
a hand.” Right at that moment, as Nature and Divinity
would have it, Debra was reaching Gabriel. And Gabriel said to me “Debra, John has located
the problem. Dad has a blood clot in his left ventricle
at the place,” and I can hear John, Master John, “at the place in the heart where it
ejects the blood and he is dissolving that clot.” And Gabriel’s voice was angelic and soothing. And Master John’s voice in the background
was a power and love that I had never heard before in my life. And Gabriel said “Okay, why don’t you call
Dad.” So my colleague, Kate, she came in. Debra was on the phone and I was trying to
tell Debra “I’m gonna be okay honey, I’m feeling a little better,” and she cut me off. And she said “I want you to hear something.” I said “Okay.” She said “The problem’s in your left ventricle.” And the doctor was stunned. He said, “Well, ma’am, how do you know that? We can’t know that until we go in with an
angiogram and see which veins are implicated.” And Debra, I love her, she said “Doctor,
no disrespect, really, but you’re Western medicine and I don’t have time to explain
this to you. I need my husband to hear what I’m telling
him.” And then I heard Jeff ask in the room if it
was raining in the room. I remember feeling like a little splashing
on my left shoulder. I said “Is it raining in here?” And I heard a nurse, or somebody, explain
to Jeff that it wasn’t rain or water, but that his IV was broken and that the medicine
was, like, spraying out from the IV. And I literally thought I was gonna fall to
my knees because Jeff wasn’t getting the medicine that would have broken up that clot. That this was indisputable evidence that Master
John had gone in, visualized the problem, resolved the clot, and saved
my husband’s life. I stabilized to the point where I could be
airlifted in medevac to Anchorage. And then I was there in Anchorage for my first
heart surgery. And they went in, I had the angiogram. They put in the stents and afterwards they
described to me what it was. And, of course, it was exactly what John had
communicated to Gabriel, Debra, and me. The blockage, my left anterior descending
artery, was completely blocked. And John had moved the clot so that
the blood could flow. And they said that the heart attack, when
that happens in that area, it’s called the Widowmaker. And I learned later that only 6% of people
who suffer that particular heart attack survive. And this is entirely Master John, the Master
Angels, this miracle. I just know that I would have lost my husband,
that that was an exit point for him. And it wasn’t because of John. And my heart is healed. I don’t have any more problems. The stents are fine. I do my cardiac rehab. And Master John Douglas
blessed me with my miracle. And I’m forever grateful to him, to the Master
Angels, to Gabriel, to Debra, and everyone in my life. Thank you Master John.