DWQA QuestionsCategory: Extraterrestrial Genetic ManipulationsThe seriously autistic 16-year-old we have been working with at intervals for the past 22 months, using subconscious channeling, had an Autism Treatment Evaluation Checklist score of 77 when we started and it is now 37, a 50% reduction in autism severity using this officially accepted autism score. Such improvement is not expected in an older child who is severely impaired. What are the prospects of seeing a further and similar improvement continue if we keep working on him?
Nicola Staff asked 2 months ago

We told you at the outset that his autism is reversible, and we meant this. It is entirely reversible. That is not to say he will show no effects of having been impaired for almost the first two decades of his life. This would affect anyone’s emotional balance, their level of knowledge, their sophistication and maturity, and their perceptions as well as all of the usual concerns about social interactions, and so on. With each incremental gain in function, there will be a corresponding demand for learning and growth that was never allowed to happen while he was more impaired. So this will take a good deal of time yet but is doable if you keep going.