Quantum Veritas International University Systems

Floyd, MS., DC., (D.I.M), President

“QVIUS is embarked on a mission to heal this planet, one person at a time, by whatever means necessary, while in constant pursuit of knowledge and truth.” Edwin C. Through providing quality postgraduate and continuing education, QVIUS will bridge the gap between traditional, curative medicine and the healing arts to interrupt the cycle of disease and promote a path to wellness, understanding that wellness enriches the quality of life.

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As January is quickly ending, I want to take a moment and reach out to all the family, friends, and so many wonderful people who took time from your lives to wish me a happy birthday. Many of you know my birthday is in August, not January. Fifty-one years ago, on January 3, 1973, the University of Pasadena was born. The institution operated as a chiropractic school, where I took my degree. From the start, there was a distinction from the other chiropractic colleges. It was the first chiropractic institution to call itself a university. However, grounded in vitalistic philosophy, it was the first chiropractic institution to offer an open discussion on vitalistic and mechanistic philosophy to unify the split in philosophy that caused a divide that hampered the profession for years. It was the first chiropractic college to have a cross-section of philosophies that taught the Conservative, Moderate, and Progressive approaches to Chiropractic. It left it up to the student to decide which way to go. It was the first chiropractic institution to offer various healing methods and chiropractic techniques where chiropractic colleges taught their philosophies and methodologies.
The University of Pasadena was always a progressive school ahead of its time. Open-minded and forward-thinking. Its progressive yet classical approach made it an institution of distinction.
As the chiropractic profession moved into chiropractic medicine, the classical chiropractic component of the profession resisted, as did the University of Pasadena School of Chiropractic, whose name had since been changed to the Southern California College of Chiropractic. That resistance cost the school accreditation from the progressive, more medically oriented chiropractic accrediting agency that wanted nothing to do with classical or conservative chiropractic thinking. The School of Chiropractic closed its doors in 1995 without accreditation or an accrediting body. I became president of the school in October of 1994. I had to preside over the closure of my beautiful alma mater—one of the darkest days in my life.
We lost our accreditation but kept our spirit and our charter.
The belief that we are living organisms animated by an organized intelligence remains at the core of our continued existence, refusing to bend our knees to other realities. This is not in line with modern Chiropractic thinking.
As the University of Pasadena has always been a forward-thinking, progressive institution, leading the way towards greater heights into tomorrow, our institution, which is now QUANTUM~VERITAS International University Systems. “QVIUS continues to lead the way as we continue the progression beyond Chiropractic and Alternative Medicine and into a 21st-century healing system called Somiatry incorporating the whole body of all laws of healing.
The mission is no longer to cure, treat, or manage disease but to establish an environment where health is grown and maintained as we shepherd an individual as they grow into health. This falls within the mission of those called to Life, Health, and Healing from a greater dimension.
Healing is more than a series of chemical reactions or mechanical procedures. Healing is a spiritual dynamic that grows from within the spiritual essence of our being.

This is not religious, but the recognition of the spiritual dynamic that gives us life and animates our being. This philosophy and foundation was, is, and shall always be at the center of the QVIUS Mission: to heal humanity, one individual at a time, by any means necessary and through the most trusted means.
For me to lead the way as we transition into this 21st-century union between the mechanistic system of medicine and the dynamic system of healing, I have enrolled in a Master/Ph.D. program in theology. More than the degree, the goal is to understand better the union between our reality's physical and spiritual aspects and further deepen my spiritual walk as we try to unite the continuum between our physical and spiritual existence.
Thank you all for your good wishes. I look forward to all your good wishes for my birthday in August, and your kind regards for our institution in January.
I'll keep you posted as we embark on this journey.

Be well!, Enjoy!!

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