Rev. Dr. Glen-Martin Swartwout graduated Magna Cum Laude with honors in Environmental Earth Sciences and Chemistry from Dartmouth College, and received his doctorate at the top of his class in Vision Science with honors in Optics as well as Leadership, being inducted into both Beta Sigma Kappa and the Gold Key Honor Societies at the State University of New York in Manhattan, where he trained at the largest outpatient vision clinic in the world. He served as Editor, Vice President and President of the American Optometric Student Association serving 4000 international student doctor members. He is the author of over 50 professional papers, books, and software programs. His first professional office was in Tokyo, Japan. "His presence, intellect and positive, yet open manner was always exemplary... It is my pleasure to recommend Glen Swartwout without reservation," Dr. Harry Wachs, author of Thinking Goes to School. "Dr. Swartwout's thoroughness as a researcher is unquestionable," Dr. Jacob Liberman, author of Light: Medicine of the Future. "There is no question in my mind that the profound cessation of 'negative' symptoms I had been experiencing was due to your healing....It was quite amazing to see how after a few years of searching for some answers, I obtained such immediate results from you," Dixie Kapchinski, Colorado. "I no longer showed any signs of a prolapsed mitral valve," Joyce Suenobu, retired teacher, Pahala, Hawai'i. "I have found that with God's help and working with Dr. Swartwout, nothing is impossible," Rick Kobayashi, athlete, Hilo, Hawai'i. "I noticed an increase in strength, especially in my bench press where I thought to have reached my 'non-gaining period' for over a year. My bench press went up 20 pounds more. Also, my squats (leg work out) increased greatly. It went from about 270 pounds to 335 pounds. I have tried supplements, but never before have I experienced physical gains like this and it all happened in a period of a month, which was when I was under treatment," Harry Takiue, Jr., University of Arizona.