Peter James Italia, MD


Peter James Italia, M.D. was born and raised in Florida and later received his Bachelor of Science from Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia, as well as earning degrees from Champlain College in Burlington, Vermont. He graduated from the Universidad Eugenio María de Hostos school of medicine in the Dominican Republic and later studied General Surgery in the United States. He has an extensive educational background that includes medicine, the natural sciences, computer science, business, and accounting.

He is the author of the book "Quantum Medicine: True Stories Involving the Use of Time Travel in the Treatment and Prevention of Death and Disease," in which Dr. Italia describes his use of time travel and other methods far beyond current medical knowledge and abilities in the diagnosis and treatment of seriously ill and dying patients at major medical centers. He is also the author of the calculus monograph titled "Standard-Slope Integration: A New Approach to Numerical Integration," in which he describes a new method of determining the area under a curve that is both simple and accurate and easily rivals classical integration methods, and the writer/composer of the inspirational song "Fly High" as well as the author of a love poem.

On numerous occasions, he has also provided government, military and local authorities in the United States, as well as the news media and friends, with important information about "future" news and world events of major significance (only to be ignored and thus has given up), especially with regard to terrorism, crime, politics, war, and the weather, including the following: the 9/11 terrorist attacks, the anthrax letters, the shoe bomber, the Elizabeth Smart kidnapping, the D.C. snipers, the space shuttle "Columbia" disaster, the Madrid and London bombings, the small airplane crash in New York City involving Yankees pitcher Cory Lidle, the ambush and killing of U.S. troops in Iraq and Afghanistan, Hurricanes Katrina and Irene, the major earthquakes and tsunamis in Indonesia and Japan, the Secret Service scandal, and more.

Rejected and ignored, a virtual outcast, a pariah among society, he is currently living in the USA.

Smashwords Interview

First of all, I've heard that you've done something really remarkable again by helping someone who was really sick. Can you tell us about it?
Yes, in July 2014 I prevented a diabetic friend of mine, who was scheduled for surgery, from having one of his toes amputated. I actually healed the toe. I have copies of his hospital records and a testimonial letter showing that I saved him just in the nick of time! What I'd like more than anything else is to be able to help more people in the US and in other countries as well.
Where did you grow up, and how did this influence your writing?
I grew up in the South, the product of a seemingly normal, but actually dysfunctional, family. My formative years were difficult and life precarious as I was frequently on the receiving end of my parent's anger and frustration, which I suspect was the result of marital problems. I lived in constant fear of saying or doing anything that might set them off. I was often the object of their physical and verbal abuse. When I would tell my father that he should respect me, as I often did, it would only make him angrier and he would tell me that I didn't deserve any respect. The beatings that I received were often severe. My parents even tried to kill me more than once from the time I was a young child -- every few years while I was growing up as I recall! I hated my father and mother because of the way they treated me and vowed never to be like them. Those experiences have had an impact on my life and my writing.
Read more of this interview.

Where to find Peter James Italia, MD online

Facebook: Facebook profile


Standard-Slope Integration: A New Approach to Numerical Integration
Price: $4.99 USD. Words: 6,640. Language: English. Published: May 30, 2013. Categories: Nonfiction » Science and Nature » Mathematics, Nonfiction » Science and Nature » Mathematics
The integral (or antiderivative) has long been used to determine the area under a curve, but finding the antiderivative can be a challenge. Other methods of integration can be cumbersome and give only a crude estimate of the actual area. Standard-slope integration is a fast, easy, and (more) accurate method of integration with results that are on par with those of classical integration methods.
Quantum Medicine: True Stories Involving the Use of Time Travel in the Treatment and Prevention of Death and Disease
Price: $6.99 USD. Words: 110,840. Language: English. Published: May 8, 2013. Categories: Nonfiction » Health, wellbeing, & medicine » Alternative medicine, Nonfiction » New Age » The Paranormal
True stories about real hospital cases in which Dr. Italia has used time travel and other methods far beyond current medical knowledge and abilities in the diagnosis and treatment of seriously ill and dying patients at major medical centers. This book provides an amazing firsthand account of dozens of actual cases, including cancer, trauma, burns, heart disease, stroke, coma, and much more.

Peter James Italia, MD's tag cloud

alternate    alternative    analysis    antiderivative    area    area under    auc    autobiography    awakening    boole    booles rule    calculus    cotes    curve    death    derivative    differential    disease    diseases    gauss    gaussian    healers    healing    health    healthcare    holism    integral    integration    leibniz    mathematics    medicine    memoirs    mysticism    new age    newton    newton cotes    numerical    original    parallel    paranormal    personal    phenomena    prevention    psychic    psychics    quadrature    quadratures    quantum    realization    research    self    shamanism    simpson    simpsons rule    slope    spiritual    standard    standard slope    supernatural    therapies    time travel    treatment    under the curve    universe    wellbeing