Healers Shamans And Psychic Surgeons Of The Philippines Part 2 Jun Labo

Submitted by Howard G. Charing

Together with my colleague Patrick Hamouy (of Alternative Therapies) , we met with Jun and were his guest recently at his residence in the mountain regions of northern Luzon, its location and altitude in the Cordiella mountain range keep it cool and pleasant during the hot and extremely humid summer months. His house is somewhat of an Oriental palace, with pagodas, roof gardens, terraces within terraces, large statues of lions, eagles, frogs, gnomes, and with an eclectic mixture of painted murals and bas-reliefs of ancient Chinese symbols, and warriors in combat. The gardens are filled with beautiful blossoms, and exotic tropical trees, and of course the local mountain pines. Jun has also dedicated a ‘shrine’ to his first car (a VW Beetle) in the grounds.

Jun is an enigma within the enigma, on the one hand he was (and still is) a political figure of significant influence. He was Mayor of Baguio City, and twice Governor of the province. He is world famous in the area of healing, and featured in the film ‘Exploring the Unknown’ (1977) narrated by Burt Lancaster. Jun is also proud that he has been ‘officially’ tested by doctors in the USA. He was wired up to all kinds of monitors, at Wisconsin University, and observed by a team of medical doctors and surgeons, and his healing was proclaimed genuine.

So on the one hand there is the man Jun Labo, an extrovert personality, extremely confident, very flamboyant, a former playboy, politician and celebrity, and on the other hand there is the extraordinary powerful healer Jun Labo. Prior to a healing sessions, in which any number to 40 people receive individual healing, Jun starts with his prayers which includes facing what in shamanism would be calling in the powers of the ‘four directions’ and burns incense to raise the energy and vibration of the healing room. It is at his prayers and meditation which preclude the healing session, that you feel a perceptible shift, Jun changes in some way, and you can feel that you are in the presence of ‘something’ or ‘other-worldly’. Jun at that moment becomes (and not just figuratively speaking) a true ‘walker between the worlds’, a shaman in all but name.

Jun always insists that it is the ‘holy spirit’ that is working directly through his hands, and that he is only an instrument. Again we come to this situation where we attempt to describe in words the mystery of the spiritual forces which carry out the actual healing. What is the ‘holy spirit’, without question it has the characteristics of an external force or power. However to simply say that it is an invisible or incorporeal being is not fully satisfactory, even though my experiences have indicated that is what it is!

I recall a particular incident back in 2000 when I was working with the psychic surgeon Roger Delin in Baguio. I would go everyday to Roger’s house and sit with him just chatting and drinking tea, and then he would abruptly stand up and say let’s start. Anyway on this particular day, we seemed to be sitting around waiting for longer than usual. So I asked Roger why we were waiting for so long, he said “the spirit has not arrived yet, I get a nudge from the spirit when he is here” It was at that moment, it felt as if someone had given me a massive shove in the back, I looked around but there was no one there, behind me was empty. I looked at Roger; he smiled and said “time to start!”

Jun was born on 23 December 1934 in Dagupan City in Pangasinan, Philippines. His parents belonged to the “Union Espiritista Christiana de Filipinas” (a spiritualist church that has taught numerous healers in the Philippines). Jun’s mother was a psychic dentist and she forced Jun to go to church on Sundays. Jun was not keen on spending part of his Sunday in church and used to sneak out to play with his friends. As an interesting note, all the Philippines psychic surgeons I have met, even though they may practice in Baguio or Manila, all come from Pangasinan province, yet another enigma.

One Sunday, he became paralysed during a church ceremony. In a state of shock and with fear, he witnessed his first apparition of Jesus. This was Jun’s first encounter with Jesus who was to become one of his spirit guides for all healing.

His first healing experience came when he was accompanying his mother on a religious walk. One woman collapsed and Jun instinctively began rubbing her chest. Blood spurted out and Jun ran away in fear. The crowd brought him back and asked him to finish the healing. Jun carried on rubbing the woman’s chest and she fully recovered.

Jun’s diagnosis techniques

In order to find out the condition of a patient, Jun holds a sheet in front of the patient and uses it as a form of psychic x-ray. Through it, he is able to see spots inside the patient’s body. If the spots are dark, then the disease is serious (location and number of tumours are shown to him). If the spots are bright, it is not so serious.

In the film I mentioned earlier, Jun was operating on a Filipino patient suffering from eye problems. To diagnose the patient, Jun used his sheet as an X-ray and doing so, spotted something in the throat of Alan Newman (the producer of the documentary) who was standing behind the patient. After a successful operation on the Filipino, he asked Alan to lie down and operated on his throat, removing a large quantity of pus from it. Newman later confirmed that he had had problem with his throat for the past 8 years but had not told. After the surgery, Newman was able to breathe freely for the first time in 8 years.

My personal experiences with Jun Labo

I first met Jun three years ago, I was experiencing an ongoing lethargy, and lack of energy. He put a white sheet a few inches above me, and then quickly without any words, opened my body with his hands. There was no pain or discomfort, just a sensation of being touched. He took out a tangled mass of tissue from my chest. I looked back again and my skin had resealed. I then mentioned to him that my sinus area was blocked, he immediately and without any words, inserted his finger in my nostril and pushed it up. He then withdrew his finger with a piece of solid rubberised snot about 3 inches in length, and the thickness of my thumb attached to it. And that was it, a procedure which took about 10 minutes if that. I asked him what the problem was with my chest, and he said that one of my heart valves was blocked. I left his house breathing clearly, and filled with energy, a moment of true elation.

On my recent visit with Jun, I mentioned that my throat was feeling blocked. He removed a non cancerous growth the size of a tangerine from there, and then made another opening, and significant amount of thick pus and phlegm poured out. Patrick who was videoing all of this, was making some comments with regards to the ‘yeech’ factor as this was going on!

I witnessed and videoed a number of operations on Patrick. And as the platitude goes ‘a picture is worth a thousand words’ we will be releasing some of our video footage so people can see (and hear) for themselves.

When I talked with Jun about shamanism, and how the shamans heal, he very much resonated with that and felt very much at home with that, even though he doesn’t define himself as a shaman.

Jun has a desire to teach healers, and has co-founded with Patrick (as Vice President), the International School of Metaphysical Healing and Development. This school will be based in Baguio. I have been invited to be an Associate Vice President and both Patrick and I will be bringing people interested in receiving healing from Jun, as well as learning and being trained in this form of metaphysical healing. Jun conducts a test on the apprentice or aspiring healer (I’m glad I passed!). He takes the index finger of the person, blows on it, makes a prayer and then runs the persons finger of a patient’s body. The finger running along the body makes an opening and draws blood. The opening is instantly closed as soon as the finger moves (I also have this on video).

Related link:
Healers, Shamans, and Psychic Surgeons of the Philippines
Placido Palitayan

Howard G. Charing is a partner in Eagle’s Wing Centre for Contemporary Shamanism. His initiation into the world of Shamanism was sudden, which was caused by a serious accident, which resulted in severe injuries and a near-death experience. After many months of physical pain and disability, he had a transformational experience, which started him on a path to healing. If you like to know more about his work, Howard conducts “Plant Spirit Medicine” journeys to the Amazon Rainforest.

11 thoughts on “Healers Shamans And Psychic Surgeons Of The Philippines Part 2 Jun Labo”

  1. Hello . I’m living in Auckland New Zealand and very interested in recieving physic healing treatments along with others. My friend Robin Bryant is desperately seeking physic operation, asking for support within New Zealand if possible. Money is very difficult. Her belief is exceeding powerful in this way life.

    1. Dear Howard
      I came across this kind of healing 35 years ago, i tried it and it worked. I had problems with my knees and with my eyes and they were heald the first by Josefine Sisson, a very strong female healer who is dead now, and the eyes were heald by young Placido palitayan. Some years ago i had problems with my prostate and it was solved by Aurelia Gutierez in the town urdaneta in pangasinan. I have a lot of stories to tell because I was taken home to be the guest in josefine’s home and I stayed there for three week. She did not take any money from anybody saying: “you cannot worship God and Mamon” , as Crist said. She spoke of astral traveling, talking to God and all this while we were pulling weeds in the peanut fields the family owned. She spoke about reincarnations, knowing her past reincarnations and of those confronting her. Anyway since then I don’t see any conventional doctor, I am afraid of them and I don’t trust their diagnosis. But also healers lately
      stoped living on donations, they take money and sometimes a lot. Josefine treated a person only once but the healers now ask you to stay days so they can earn more. From Josefine I learned that God and money don’t go together and God heals and the healer is only his tool, so if money is so much involved may be there is a treatment but no healing for God is not there and we have to look for a true healer ,far from the center ,one who is not spoiled and takes only donations.
      I believe that this special healers came to this life to heal the poor people of Philippine, they are also on trial to see if they fill their vocation. Traveling to Europe or America for easy money is I believe against the plan.
      You probably want to know if to my opinion they are genuine healers or not. I think some are and the most are not specialy those that are greedy for your money. And even the real ones sometimes they heal and sometimes not. I don’t understand why science don’t investigate it, why they try so much to ignore it, they could learn so much.
      I think i will have to make a trip to visit the healers in Philippines. Something is wrong with me and I prefer to be treated there. Do you have the adress of Placido Palitayan and jun labo or other healers you trust?
      I am an old Israeli(73) who traveled much and still cannot stop. Forgive me for my bad english.
      Thank you very much.

  2. I thought I would answer Yigal asael on the question of donations or payments to healers.

    First, it is to be known that over 90% of so called Psychic Surgeons in the Philippines are fakes. These pathetic magicians are the ones that give Psychic surgery a bad name.

    Some powerful healers such as William Nonog or Esther Bravo still work on donations. William is difficult to pin down as he often travels but he is an excellent healer.

    Esther Bravo lives in a town that has no attraction and is very polluted. Very little to do there. Esther is told by her spirit who the next customer should be, and this means that if there are lots of people you may have to stay there waiting for your turn several hours. But she is good.

    The expensive ones are the likes of Jun Labo (http://www.therapies.com/jun-labo.html) who charges 100 euros per treatment. A full body clean up can take up to 10 treatments. Having said this, Jun is also the most powerful surgeon alive in the Philippines at present so if you suffer from a serious health problem, he is well worth the investment. Especially when considering how much modern medicine would charge you to “cure” your cancer or other degenerative diseases.

  3. BE CAREFUL!!!!!!!!!!!! RAMON JUN LABO is FAKE……! fake healer, fake blood, fake surgeries, 4 months experience. People DIE after his healings. He doesn’t heal. He is 81. He drinks MONEY and ENERGY from people, he is killer, not healer. Lots of testimonies, other people experiances, who paid thousands of euro to him for giving hope, nice talks & healing, that was illusion. He is magican, not divine. Talking about God, but not keeping his word giving in the name of God. Cheating patients. Mostly dangerous to women.

    1. Dieter Schmalfuß:
      update 2016 after 4 Years: is me: I appreciate very Labo June, I was already several times at his guest in 2011 and 2015, his 81st birthday, after his own admission he has lost his healing powers. Nevertheless, it can make body orifices. But you remain sick. It does not change in your condition. UNDERSTAND! OK,
      this happened because of his great Populartät and because of its many money he demanded for his opening of the body / 100 euro. His healing powers were removed Please let this man alone. He is retired and old.
      psychic surgeons & Jun Labo by Psychic surgery, Blood,comes out. Labo the artery closes again with thumb pressure. I am witness,doctor Fischer from Munich Germany and the lady who is being trained by Psychic surgeries. There is materialization and dematerialization which are not understood for everybody.

  4. Hi,
    Placido Palitayan died in 2016. His son Placido Palitayan III is practicing now. You can find him on Facebook and he lives in Baguio City.

  5. “Defamation of character” is a catch-all term for any statement that hurts someone’s reputation. Written defamation is called “libel,”

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