Denise Richards’ husband claims he can regenerate body parts with his mind

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All this time, I honestly thought Denise Richards’ husband Aaron Phypers was just some vague dude-bro and the real gossip was whatever happened between Denise and Brandi Glanville. How naive I was. Apparently, all of the bonkers sh-t went down on last night’s episode of Real Housewives of Beverly Hills. There was a dinner party at Kyle Richards’ house and there was a conversation about what Aaron Phypers does for a living. As it turns out… well, this bitch is crazy. Phypers “runs” a “holistic healing center” in Malibu, but it’s not just about Goop-esque pseudoscience of “stickers cure cancer.” No. Phypers believes that he has regeneration powers because of his exposure to nuclear power (??) AND that he’s being followed because he knows too much. I just…

Kyle Richards asked Denise’s husband Aaron Phypers to explain his profession to the group. “Denise’s husband, what Aaron does is something that’s more, I want to say cutting-edge. Even though people who know who have been around for a long time like … Yolanda Hadid … went to Aaron. And what he does is very interesting. And what you do is really amazing,” said Kyle, 51. “Can you tell us a little about that?”

Aaron, who is also an actor and wed Denise in September 2018, tried to explain his work. “Everything you’ve been taught about how diseases process and stuff works is not true,” started Aaron, who paused before admitting, “I have to be careful.” Speaking in a quieter tone, Denise, 49, reminded him, “We already have people following us, be careful.”

“Let me just —” said Aaron, as Denise told him, “I know, but be careful how you say all this.” He proceeded to cautiously explain. “I have to be careful.”

“Say what?” Kyle asked. “Explain.”

“Age of 12 I was living next to the largest nuclear facility in North America. I watched everybody die of cancer. I couldn’t understand why we could split an atom with sound and cause a nuclear explosion,” claimed Aaron, 47. “If you look at an atom, there’s lots of space, right? Electron, proton, neutron, whatever. There’s a lot of space, space, it’s empty space, right? 99.9 percent is space, but it’s oscillating at a frequency that appears to be real in our reality. Does that make sense? Traditional isn’t traditional. It’s allopathic. And allopathic, it means alternative medicine. Look it up. It’s all a measurement of the electromagnetic spectrum frequency. I break down stuff so you can all heal you — I don’t heal anybody, by the way. I remove blocks, discord, information.”

Aaron claimed, “I ruptured my Achilles tendon. I regrew it in two months no surgery. How’s that possible?” When Garcelle, 53, asked, “No surgery, is that what you’re saying? Without surgery?” Aaron confirmed, “zero.” Aaron continued, “There’s cancer in every one of you right now. Cancer happens all the time.”

At that, Denise alleged that she and Aaron are being followed. “If we end up off of Mulholland [Drive], you know why,” said Denise, referencing a popular winding road in Los Angeles.

[From People]

“Look it up. It’s all a measurement of the electromagnetic spectrum frequency. I break down stuff so you can all heal you — I don’t heal anybody, by the way. I remove blocks, discord, information.” Gwyneth Paltrow just had an intense O. No, okay. I know a lot of people flirt with holistic, homeopathic and allopathic medicine and legitimately, there are some good ideas, concepts and natural medicines out there. But can we all come together and agree that THIS is not THAT? This is a man who sells crazy sh-t to rich people in Malibu. He sells the idea that people can regenerate body parts WITH THEIR MINDS. He probably is being followed. By the FBI because they’re investigating him for fraud.

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  1. ooshpick says:

    maybe he can cure the coronavirus. ;)

    • Louise says:

      Reminds me of the whole disinfectants debacle. “Look it up, ” from the MAGAts.

    • Sara says:

      I watch the show….so far he seems to treat Denise and her kids well. I’ve been hoping for her that he is a good guy, since she really went through it with Charlie.

  2. Jess says:

    Welp, I guess we now know why Denise focuses so much on his big dick, bless his heart.

  3. lizzieb says:

    😆😆😆😆😆😆😆😆😆😂😂😂😂😂🤣🤣🤣🤣🤣. Thanks for the chuckle. This guy makes a living selling this? Mind boggling. He contradicts himself saying he can heal but then only removes “blockages”….to avoid being sued perhaps?

  4. Maplesbass says:

    Well, he needs to generate me a new laptop as I’ve just spat tea all over mine. I though Goop was bad but jeez

  5. Noodle says:

    I have to wonder if this guy is out to scam people, or if he really believes all this and is just bat-$hit insane. There’s a big difference, but both of the options are dangerous. Like, is he paranoid schizophrenic, or is he a cult leader in an island (side eye to Jared Leto)? Whatever the answer, I would legit avoid this dude like the plague.

    • Tina says:

      I’m not sure if you have ever watched housewives of Beverly hills.. He isn’t featured heavily but from the short clips including last nights very strange rambling scene from the guy, seems like he believes his own cooky conspiracy. Again, it’s a reality show so it’s gotta be taken with a massive grain of salt, but I think the dude actually thinks this is legit. The way he kept muttering about people following him and how Denise shouldn’t worry because she’s protected entirely tells me he’s not a scammer. Additionally, he doesn’t seem smart enough to actually be a legitimate con man. Again, who knows and it doesn’t make what he’s doing any better, it’s still detrimental to many individuals who need actual medical attention and not his Xmen atom shifting crap or whatever, but he’s truly buying what he’s selling.

      • Bucky says:

        He seemed sincere and what he said was crazy. Especially the part where he started getting excited when telling Rinna that she didn’t know what he was talking about. Now, I wonder if Denise wanted to be off of the show because she was embarrassed by him and for him.

    • pottymouth pup says:

      If everything we’ve been taught about diseases and stuff is wrong so he knows everything those idiots in the medical/scientific community don’t know, why hasn’t he been able to heal Denise’s youngest child of her congenital condition, and why isn’t he out there regenerating internal organs for people so they don’t have to die waiting for donor organ transplants?

      • Alsf says:

        and why did Denise get hernia surgery last week? Shouldn’t he have helped her remove the blockages so she could heal herself?

  6. M Narang says:

    Rupturing you’re Achilles and it healing in 2 months………..falls in the normal range! The real tragedy is that not everyone has access to heath care in the US, basic understanding of science/medicine and those who may often have their symptoms dismissed (women) which allows people like him & Goop to basically sell snake oil.

    • elle says:

      Came to say the same thing – that’s one of the options you’re offered with an Achilles rupture: surgery or wait until it heals.

      And also… jesus mary. I wondered what would make Brandi seem like a good prospect for anyone, but here we have Exhibit A. Dumb and possibly crazy vs Messy AF.

    • adastraperaspera says:

      Yes, my partner turned down the surgery and went for the time option for healing. This guy is most likely both a loon and a con man.

    • lucy2 says:

      Thank you!

      “I ruptured my Achilles tendon. I regrew it in two months no surgery. How’s that possible?”
      A quick Google search told me that’s very common, and not at all mysterious.

      Honestly, the “people are following us” thing sounds like someone struggling with unchecked mental illness. I hope he gets some help, especially since there are a bunch of kids in the family.

  7. Allergy says:

    I happened to see just that clip yesterday, some horrid dinner with horrid pulled faces and people crawling around in black tutus. It was surreal and gaudy and sad.

  8. Bella Mama says:

    Of course he can

  9. Jamie says:

    Denise really has a bad picker, bless her heart.

  10. emmy says:

    Stop it. You mean your body can heal??? NO! That’s madness!

  11. HK9 says:

    Clearly the amount of blood needed to run his large penis is starving his brain.

  12. MamaFierce says:

    Did he really say “And allopathic, it means alternative medicine. Look it up.” ? Allopathic medicine is just another term for Western, modern, science based medicine. Maybe he should look it up.

  13. whatWHAT? says:

    um, allopathic does NOT mean “alternative”.

    allopathic medicine uses science and drugs/surgery to address symptoms and/or heal. dude’s an idiot. probably an anti-vaxxer who thinks 5G is what caused COVID and that Bill Gates wants to microchip all of us.

  14. Case says:

    It’s hilarious to me that this conversation took place on Real Housewives.

  15. Tim Whatley says:

    Denise had hernia surgery in prior episode….why didn’t Aaron spare her the trauma and just “remove her blocks”?

    • Guest with Cat says:

      She probably just humors him but only up to a point. Then she points out the window and yells “squirrel” and while he stares out looking for it for a few hours, she goes and takes care of anything important.

    • BeanieBean says:

      Oh, she did. He brought his little gadgets to the hospital when she was recuperating, and used them again when they got home. He’s as dumb as a box of rocks, I think he believes in this nonsense–he was probably sold all this equipment, bought the story as well as the stuff, and added it to some gym or something that he was running. She’s no genius, either. She wholly believes this, too, and is just as paranoid as him about ‘being followed’.

  16. Deanne says:

    She let him legally adopt her youngest daughter. He’s probably anti-vax as well. I don’t care how huge his penis is, Denise has the worst man picker ever.

  17. Paisley says:

    I caught this show last night and it is now my new guilty pleasure. Bizarre is how I would describe.

  18. BW says:

    “Age of 12 I was living next to the largest NUCLEAR facility in North America. I watched everybody die of cancer. ”

    Inconceivable! You keep using that word. I do not think it means what you think it means.

    Then again, he doesn’t know what allopathic means, either.

  19. Elaine says:

    Oh man, thanks for the laugh today. I almost hope he actually believes it instead of trying to take advantage of other people. I used to respect Denise because she seemed to really step up for her kids and Charlie’s kids. But now…

  20. Mabs A'Mabbin says:

    He’s the Nematode-in-charge’s next head of covid task force.

    “Electron, proton, neutron, whatever.”

    • Jules says:

      “There’s a lot of space, space, it’s empty space, right?”

      Oh man, these quotes are giving me life.

      • Mabs A'Mabbin says:

        If you say that quote really fast it sounds like a cartoon squirrel on a caffeine binge. 😁

        OR, say it really slow like an LA surfer dude. Hang ten man, right on. 😁

      • minx says:

        Yes, a lot of empty space between his ears.

  21. shanaynay says:

    TMI dude. TMI. Give me a break! They are both pretty pathetic.

  22. minx says:

    OMG I love this. Such lunacy.

  23. Valerie says:

    Has he not yet mastered the skill of growing a brain?

  24. Powermoonchrystal says:

    Does she have a bad Picker? This is not Charlie Sheen’s levels of crazy, but it is on the side of weird and red flaggy.

  25. Chelle says:

    OMFG….what is with all the crazy thinking it’s okay to go around being all crazy….

  26. Alex says:

    You can learn a lot about a man by his hair…

  27. george burns says:

    Who knows, stranger things have happened. He may have stumbled on to something and not even understand how it woks

  28. Maida says:

    Reminds me of the kind of “wellness” insanity that the podcast “The Dream” investigated in its second season, mixed with the “Spider Man” backstory.

  29. Slacker says:

    these people are fruitcakes its mind boggling, i mean i always knew Denise was not the brightest light but this is next level. Off with you to regenerate your brains!

  30. Glen Roebuck says:

    It is not any weirder than all the other wacko therapies in LA. The show is out to make him and Deniese look crazy and bad.

  31. Harla says:

    It’s so crazy that he can’t even explain it.

  32. L says:

    Ah that’s really sad that he may have mental illness… Man Denise has a type no?

  33. Oliviajoy1995 says:

    Is this absurdity why Nicolette Sheridan dumped him?

  34. Jace says:

    I live for this show 😍 as long as Denise is happy!

  35. Rae says:

    Really Denise? THAT’S who you married after Charlie?
    Glutton for punishment it seems.

  36. Godwina says:

    Urk.

    (But she’s still better off with this quack than with Sheen.)

  37. Granger says:

    I don’t even think this guy has a solid grasp of geography, let alone medicine. I’m pretty sure he was born and raised in L.A., and as far as I’m aware, California has never been home to the “largest nuclear facility in North America.”