How we became the oneQclub
I remember one day when I sat on my bed with 7 Quetzales left in my hand. I didn’t eat for almost two days. I had struggles with my choosing this path. Bill said: «Hey, welcome back to the 1 Q Club! You know, at least we have a roof over our head and a bed, something many people here don’t have. It’s something to be thankful for». I smiled and found faith again. That is how the oneQclub was born..
WHO WE ARE
The oneQclub is a community that came into existence a year ago – faith and intuition led us together. Our planet is in trouble and needs help. That is why we dedicate our time to serve it. Helping each other in a truly compassionate way, knowing that the universe provides us with what we need, that is what the oneQclub stands for! We work for free with bio-electric devices called Spooky 2 and RSG 2 (Research Signal Generator), SOTA ’s magnetic pulser, silver pulser, bio tuner and light machines and a natural antibiotic called Nano Colloidal Silver. We follow the vision of a Doctor who has been involved in humanitarian aid in Guatemala for over 20 years, setting up free clinics for thousands of indigenous villages, putting nurses and doctors in school, collaborating with hospitals, universities and the congress in order to research and elaborate improvement formulas for various diseases – from Dengue to Cancer and HIV. For his incredible work he holds the highest honor of Guatemala City for helping the poor, given to him by the former president of Guatemala, Alvaro Arzu.
Sebastian is a former teacher with a Master’s degree in Arts of Secondary Education for Mathematics, Music and Sports. He dedicates his time towards documenting about the doings of the oneQclub while helping out setting up the free clinics in the mountains. In his free time he raises money by doing in debth hand analysis (chirology) that pays for basic expenses so he can continue helping the poor.
Dr. Bill holds a PhD in medicine and specialized in Tropical Medicine. He also holds a Masters in Psychology and Theology. He has been passionately working in Guatemala for over 21 years, determined and dedicated to helping the indigenous, together with universities, hospitals, doctors, congress people and presidents– with stunning results and an incredible impact on improving countless lives in Guatemala.