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Kenneth Klee: Bankruptcy Lawyer by Day, Energy Healer by Night
The man who earns $1,000 an hour has a second job- as an energy healer. Kenneth Klee, one of the most respected voices in bankruptcy law in the United States, can restructure debt and realign chakras. Although the man wrote the book on restructuring, he corrects, aligns, and replaces energy as well as corporate debt, according to the WSJ.
One example of the powers that Mr. Klee commands is his “energy hand” which he has used to help relive pain from various clients and friends. Klee’s law partner had pains in his hands after typing up a massive bankruptcy report on a megacompany. 64 year old Kenneth Klee “peered through his third eye” and healed his partner, waving his “energy hand” over his colleagues arms that were in pain. And the pain was gone. The colleague commented, “all I know is that I was in pain and he did his thing and I felt better.”
In his professional time, Mr. Klee handles high value bankruptcy cases, easily charging as much as $1,000 an hour. At night, from his elegant home in the posh Brentwood neighborhood of Los Angeles, Klee heals. He says he can “talk to spirits, mend broken bodies and wounded souls, and even perform exorcisms. His suggested donation rate is at $150 per hour.
Though Southern California has a slew of philosophies and healers it is not completely normal to find a lawyer like Kenneth Klee doing these kinds of energy healings. “I am just a vessel, I just bring through this energy,” Klee himself commented, “sitting on the top floor of a 39 story skyscraper overlooking the Pacific Ocean.”
Mr. Klee heals people by ‘removing bad energy and infusing them with better vibrations, using oils, crystals, a tuning fork and other objects, like fish fossil.”
No legal services clients have ever been weirded out and left because of Klee’s reputation as a healer, and everyone that was touched by the man has nothing but good words for him. His colleagues call him “the oracle” and feel that he can often predict the outcomes of legal cases. Mr. Klee himself wants to help others and is looking towards ways where he can help to change the world for the better.
Although skeptics will remain, colleagues have a lot of faith in Kenneth Klee. “Say what you will, but this guy has his finger on the pulse, or waving somewhere above the pulse of what ails this country,” one columnist wrote. Klee’s wife did comment, “It still freaks me out.”