Sajady says he is not practicing medicine. His website clearly states he is “not a medical doctor.” But it also advertises such services as “21-Day MediHealings” and “HealingMAStery programs” offering health, healing and anti-aging.http://www.startribune.com/complaint-puts-new-age-healers-on-state-s-radar/416180594/
City Pages has broken our story and found even more fraud:
Back in 2009, the Sajadys filed for bankruptcy, claiming assets valued at $571,000, and debts of almost $1.4 million. A trustee later determined they’d attempted to hide thousands of dollars in assets, and neglected to mention the purchase of a minivan two days before filing for bankruptcy.
If someone's exceedingly calm, as Mike Mullen says, Xanax would help do something like that for sure.
City Pages does a GREAT job dissecting Mas Sajady's analysis of Prince. And Mike Mullen finds that Mas Sajady mentions "your groin" a half dozen times. With 90% of Mas Sajady's clients women, that's the groins of many many women...