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Dr. Henri Joyeux

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French Doctor

 
Background

Employment History

  • Physician and Professor
    Cancerology
  • Team Coordinator and Professor
    Cancerology
  • Hospital Surgeon
    Cancer Institute of Montpellier
15 Total References
Web References
March | 2014 | Mystic Post
mysticpost.com, 1 Mar 2014 [cached]
As the French doctor Henri Joyeux, an internationally renowned physician and Professor of Cancerology in the Faculty of Medicine at the University of Montpellier, explained in regard to the timely significance of the apparitions:
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Dr. Joyeux led a team of French physicians from the University of Montpelier to examine the Medjugorje seers in ecstasy during their daily apparitions of the Virgin, when the visionaries simultaneously fall to their knees and enter an ecstatic state, which has the appearance of a trance. This phenomenon takes place daily at the same time (5:45 pm in the winter and 6:45 pm in the summer). Dr. Joyeux's concluding report, delivered in the spring of 1985, stated: "The ecstasies are not pathological, nor is there any element of deceit.
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And the monks, Dr. Joyeux explained, could only reach such a state with their eyes closed in meditation, and after partaking in several hours of deep prayer, while the Medjugorje visionaries reached it instantly, as the apparition began, with their eyes wide open during the entire time of the ecstasies.
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According to Dr. Joyeux's report: "The visionaries have no symptoms of anxiety or obsessional neurosis, phobic or hysterical neurosis, hypochondriac/or psychosomatic neurosis, and there is no indication of any psychosis.
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After taking into consideration all of the tests and results assembled by the French team, Dr. Joyeux had to admit, in his final analysis, that the "phenomenon of the apparition in Medjugorje, which was studied during five different periods of 1984 with five visionaries as subjects, is scientifically inexplicable.
Specific Tests Administered to the Medjugorje Visionaries and Their Results - Medjugorje.com
www.medjugorje.com, 1 Jan 2007 [cached]
Five doctors, headed by Professor Henri Joyeux, and an electrical engineer studied the visionaries in ecstasy on the days listed above. They worked as a team in the most important and comprehensive study of the visionaries. A friend of Professor Joyeux gave him a book entitled Is the Virgin Mary Appearing at Medjugorje by Fr. René Laurentin, and asked his opinion of the phenomena.
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Prof. Joyeux was highly skeptic of the testimony of the visionaries. However, when Fr. Laurentin asked him to collaborate with him in doing a thorough scientific investigation, Prof. Joyeux accepted the invitation.
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Dr. Henri Joyeux, was team coordinator and Professor of Cancerology in the Faculty of Medicine at Montpellier. He was a hospital surgeon in the Cancer Institute of Montpellier and director of a laboratory which researches nutrition and is involved in experimental cancerology.
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Dr. Joyeux and his team from Montpellier Hospital in France made the long journey to Medjugorje, with the latest technology, in order to test not only the Medjugorje visionaries, but to look at the ecstatic state as never before. It was an exciting opportunity, but one in which there was a sense of urgency as there was no guarantee that the apparitions would continue from day to day. Here the doctors set up their instruments in the rectory of St. James Church where the visionaries would come for the apparition.
Professor Henri Joyeux's first impressions after meeting and speaking with the visionaries are worth noting:
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Dr. Joyeux gave a short description of all five visionaries still receiving daily apparitions in 1984.
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In conclusion, the clinical studies made during the entire series of visits persuaded Professor Joyeux's team that:
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It is Professor Joyeux's testimony that his tests
"are based on sound medical judgment and on common sense. In the last analysis it is not necessary to be a doctor in order to be aware that these young people are normal and healthy in mind, soul and body. 54
Professor Joyeux's report concluded:
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The findings collaborated strongly with the results from Professor Joyeux's testing.
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Name: Professor Henri Joyeux and a team of experts from France
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Dr. Henri Joyeux was once more called upon to use his expertise and experience to this investigation. His team was not as large as in 1984, but adequate for the responsibility.
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Professor Joyeux remarked:
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Scientific & Medical Studies on the Apparitions at Medjugorje , Fr. René Laurentin & Dr. Henri Joyeux:
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An Interview with Dr. Henri Joyeux
Henri Joyeux - ...
www.fesfestival.com, 15 Oct 2013 [cached]
Henri Joyeux - France
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Henri Joyeux Writer and professor of cancer research and digestive surgery at the medical faculty in Montpellier. Surgeon at the Cancer Institute in Montpellier.
An Interview with Dr. Henri Joyeux - Medjugorje.com
www.medjugorje.com, 1 July 2010 [cached]
An Interview with Dr. Henri Joyeux
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The team was headed by Professor Henri Joyeux, a hospital surgeon in the Cancer Institute of Montpellier, and the director of a laboratory which researches nutrition, as well as being involved in experimental cancerology. Following is an interview Prof. Joyeux gave in the summer of 1985 for the publication, "Paris Match", in which he discusses how he became involved with this study of the visionaries, and the findings and conclusions made from the testing.
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Prof. Joyeux:
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Over a period of almost a year, from March to December 1984, Prof. Joyeux from France and his team of colleagues set to work to study the visionaries of Medjugorje in a way that science had never had the ability to do before any time in history.
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Prof. Joyeux:
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Prof. Joyeux:
When we first arrived in June, we could not get them to agree straightway. First, they could not see the purpose of it, but most of all they felt guilty about disobeying Our Lady since after Doctor Botta, from Milan, did some investigations, they asked Her what She thought about these experiments and She has stated: 'It is not necessary.' But young Jakov, because of our insistence, ended the discussion by suggesting, 'We'll ask Our Lady as we are going to see her anyway.' At the end of the ecstasy on 28 June 1984, the young people all agreed that Our Lady's answer was: 'It is good you thought of asking me.
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Prof. Joyeux:
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Prof. Joyeux:
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Prof. Joyeux:
The phenomena of the apparitions at Medjugorje cannot be explained scientifically.
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Prof. Joyeux:
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Prof. Joyeux:
Through the many experiments we have made, we can exclude this. Crowds of people have been there from all over Europe, the United States, and even Japan...Most of the French people I have met there, or even those who have been there and whom I have met back here, have been transformed; they feel peaceful and happy and eager to return there. I could not state that the Virgin Mary is appearing in Medjugorje, but if God exists, why should this not be possible?
Endnotes: Interview with Dr. Joyeux printed in the publication Paris Match, Summer 1985, reprinted in MIRecorder, Peter Batty, 1986, 4-6
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An Interview with Dr. Henri Joyeux
Mystic Post.com - Medjugorje Scientific Investigations
www.ministryvalues.com, 6 Dec 2013 [cached]
As the French doctor Henri Joyeux, an internationally renowned physician and Professor of Cancerology in the Faculty of Medicine at the University of Montpellier, explained in regard to the timely significance of the apparitions:
...
Dr. Joyeux led a team of French physicians from the University of Montpelier to examine the Medjugorje seers in ecstasy during their daily apparitions of the Virgin, when the visionaries simultaneously fall to their knees and enter an ecstatic state, which has the appearance of a trance. This phenomenon takes place daily at the same time (5:45 pm in the winter and 6:45 pm in the summer). Dr. Joyeux's concluding report, delivered in the spring of 1985, stated: "The ecstasies are not pathological, nor is there any element of deceit.
...
And the monks, Dr. Joyeux explained, could only reach such a state with their eyes closed in meditation, and after partaking in several hours of deep prayer, while the Medjugorje visionaries reached it instantly, as the apparition began, with their eyes wide open during the entire time of the ecstasies.
...
According to Dr. Joyeux's report: "The visionaries have no symptoms of anxiety or obsessional neurosis, phobic or hysterical neurosis, hypochondriac/or psychosomatic neurosis, and there is no indication of any psychosis.
...
After taking into consideration all of the tests and results assembled by the French team, Dr. Joyeux had to admit, in his final analysis, that the "phenomenon of the apparition in Medjugorje, which was studied during five different periods of 1984 with five visionaries as subjects, is scientifically inexplicable.
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