Norway. Princess gives up royalty for alternative medicine

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The princess Martha Louise of Norwaywho got engaged to a famous self-proclaimed shaman, resigned from his official duties to be able to devote himself to his work related to the alternative therapies, with his partner, the palace reported on Tuesday.

“We have agreed not to agree”said King Harald of Norway after the princess left her royal duties to focus on her alternative medicine business with her fiancé.

The relationship of the princess, 51, with Durek Verretta popular Hollywood guru, caused quite a stir in Norway after the man, “a sixth generation shaman”suggested in his book Spirit Hacking that cancer was an option. verrett too sell a medallion, called Spirit Optimizerwhich, according to him, helped him overcome covid-19.

A September poll found that 17 percent of Norwegians now have a poor opinion of the generally popular royal family, with almost all citing the princess and the shaman as the reason.

Princess Marta Luisa and her fiancé, a Hollywood shaman (AFP).

“The princess […] renounces his role in royalty […] and will not represent the Royal House from now on”The Palace said in a statement. However, “in accordance with the king’s wishes, the princess will keep her title.”

King Harald, speaking to reporters later with Queen Sonja at his side, said he was “sorry” the princess was no longer representing the family. Marta Luisa, who claims she can talk to angels, he resigned in 2002 the title of Royal Highness when he decided to work as a clairvoyant.

In 2019, the divorced mother of three agreed not to use her princess title in her business activities. But since she became engaged to Verrett in June, the couple’s belief in alternative therapies, often featured on their social media channels, has baffled Norway.

In a video posted to Instagram on Tuesday, the princess said she was retiring. “so that calm returns to the Royal House.”

Royal family reaches agreement with Princess Maria Luisa

Under the deal announced Tuesday, the couple will refrain from any association with the royal family on their social media channels, media productions and commercial activities.

“This is intended to draw a dividing line that more clearly separates the commercial activity of the Royal House of Norway,” the palace explained. “We can live with our differences”

Referring to Verrett, the king told reporters that after talks between all sides, “both we and he have a better understanding of what it is about, and we agree to disagree.”

The notice indicates that the royal family has “great confidence in the Norwegian health service and in the Norwegian health authorities”, and stresses the importance of “established medical knowledge and scientific research.”

In the same statement, Marta Luisa stated that she was “aware of the importance of knowledge based on research”.

“However, I also believe that there are components of a good life and strong physical and mental health that may not be so easily summarized in a research report,” he said.

“Spirituality, intimacy with other people and animals, yoga and meditation” could be important adjuncts, as could “a warm hand, an acupuncture needle and a crystal,” he said.

He said that he considered it important “distinguish between my private person, on the one hand, and as a member of the royal family, on the other”and expected his personal opinions to be treated as his own “without others having to vouch for them”.

The king, for his part, said he thought Verrett – whom he described as “a great guy and a lot of fun” – also now better understood the role of the monarchy in Norway.

The palace specified that once the princess and Verrett were married, Verrett would become a member of the royal family, but would not have a title or represent the monarchy.



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