Lt. Col. Dinshah P. Ghadiali, nicknamed "Parsee Edison", possessed a genius like that of Nikola Tesla. His biography is amazing, and his achievements began at an extremely young age, having graduated high school at only 9 years old. Dinshah discovered spectro-chrome therapy
after many years of pioneering work in the use of color and light as a therapeutic tool. His great success in treating a variety of conditions led to the incorporation of Spectro-Chrome into several hospitals and clinics, as well as adopted by many independent physicians.
After graduating high school, Dinshah became assistant to the Professor of Mathematics and Science at Wilson College at the age of 11, and took the Bombay University exam at the age of 13. The list of his accomplishments continues in this fashion for nearly all of his life. Widely known for the successful treatment of bubonic plague and other so-called incurable diseases, Dinshah also served as the Vice-President of the Allied Medical Associations of America and was heavily persecuted by the FDA. Testimony of several medical practitioners, including that of the senior surgeon of the Women's Hospital in Philadelphia, proved beyond doubt that Spectro-Chrome did indeed have effect on diseases. In spite of this, eventually the FDA was successful in winning a lawsuit against Dinshah for his commerce of light therapy kits across state lines. The lawsuit required Dinshah to dissolve the non-profit instate of Spectro-Chrome and to surrender for destruction all books, writings, and research in his possession relating to Spectro-Chrome. His work was burned in a New Jersey incinerator.
Today, some of Dinshah's sons have formed the Dinshah Health Society, publishing a book entitled Let There Be Light.
The book catalogs some of Dinsha's work and research in Color Therapy, as well as provides a biographical timeline of Dinshah's incredible achievements. This book is available through the Dinshah Health Society website, www.dinshahhealth.org