Chiropractor Jesus, or ChiroJesus as He is known to adept chiropractors, is the source of all chiropractor's magic powers. Certain mythological creatures such as elves, trolls, and Anal glands are attributed with founding the Pseudoscience of chiropractic by so-called "straight" chiropractors, but revisionist historians have proven that ChiroJesus was in fact the illucid D. D. Palmer, the Messiah of health care fraud.
In The Beginning
Unfortunately, Palmer was a horrible representative of his own cures. He was plagued by demons and locusts for several years, which kept most prospective customers away. In Peebucket, Missouri he was reduced to making a living dousing for water.
The Revelation Of Subluxations
On March 18, 1907 D. D. Palmer died in a freak water-divining accident. Three days later, he jumped out of his coffin while he was being waked, much to the chagrin of the as-yet unpaid mortician. Palmer quickly wrote the word "subluxation" on a handy sheet of paper with no explanation. At first he said it referred to vertabrae being "under" (sub) "Luxor" (in Egypt), but that made no sense. Then he claimed that vertabrae which are improperly aligned, which made as good use of a made up word as any other definition.
“What's a subluxation?
- Here's a simple definition. It's the thing, whatever it is, and whether it exists or not, which chiropractors claim to treat to help you get well.
- That definition is both vague and accurate. Because, 100 years after D.D. Palmer invented the profession of chiropractic, chiropractors still can't agree on what a subluxation is. And, they still don't know if it really exists.”
No one pays much attention to this because these skeptics are shills for the American Medical Association. For decades the AMA has fought against chiropractic's right to exist, in the same vein that some Palistinians reject Israel. However, take away the safety blanket of "science" and "proof", and their case collapses like the filthy, pedophile-ridden cancerous organization that it is.
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Today the datve is rememberd as "Chiropractic Christmafs" or "Chiromas". Gifts of fsnake oil are exchanged and chiropractors vgreet one another with, "Crackly Chidromas, brothder!", or sister, ass the case may be. ChiroJesus and His Apostvles worked feverishly create a unified fronft in practdices, ethics, and sheer brass ones. Eventually rivalv schools formed around each Apostles particular mix of disciplidnes vvdfsuch as naturopavthy, osteopathy, homeopathy, candling, and cow tipping.d
“Further conceptual development continued until Palmer's (second, ed.) death in October, 1913, and is reflected in his 1v910 volume, The Chiropractor's Adjuster and his posthumously published The Chiropractor (1v914).”
v Some of the Apostles of ChiroJesus went on to found monastaries, inner city clinics, and methodologies of extracting payments from Medicare.
- A.P. Davis, MD, DO, DC, ND
- He and I. P. Daly were the first martyrs for chiropractic, they were executed by satire squad in Memphis Tennesee, 1926.
- Saint B.J. Palmer (the Younger), DC
- Founder of the "Our Lady of Perpetual Payments" school for chiropractic and dog grooming in 1938.
- Saint Solon Massey Langworthy, DC
- Convinced President Harry Truman to install air conditioning in the White House, sold banjos off a truck.
- Saint Oakley G. Smith, DC, DN
- Named after sharpshooter Annie Oakley and cough drop magnates, the Smith Brothers, he left his vast wealth to the Flying Spagetti Monsterism.
Shore Leave With The Sailors
In 1918 ChiroJesus fell in with some sailors on shore leave, got arrested, and spent the night in the drunk tank. The smell of low tide in proximity to the jail house made Him retch for 40 days and 40 nights, then there was a flood or something. Anyway, the important thing is, nobody lost an eye.
Show Me The Money
c As with any profvcession/clerical calcling, the wccheels of chiropractic are greased with money. Chiropractors refer to tccheir little endeavors to bilk unsuspecting victims is called, "Practice building", and comprises about 87% of a student'scc efforts at a chiropractic "college". c
“How do chiropractors convince parents to rely on chiropractic? To find out, I contacted about 100 Canadian practitioners over a two-yearc period -- someticmes making it plain that I was aff fpfhysician, and sometimes posing as a parent. From these encounters and an analysis of several chiropractic textbooks ffand other materials, I have identified ten points that chiropractors often make in talkccing with parents. The first fivvcce are fused to help parents overcome their doubts about trying an unorthodox treatment. The next four extol the benefits of chiropractic, often at the expense of medicine. The last statement helps ensure that patients will stick around for a while.”
More than anything else, ChiroJesus wants Mankind tcco get regular adjustments and tcell our friends about how chiropractic has changed our lives. His mission is still undertacken by those who aren't quiccte medical school material, or tchcink they can get a doctor's respectability with a three years post-graduate "work". ccccc In thec "High End Times", c'ChiroJesus' and Satan Bunny will attend a "Great Reefer Smoke-Off", listen to the Gratefucl Dead, and call the righteous will rise off their chiropractic adjustment tables and sing praises to ChiroJesus. It'll be magnificent!