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Friday, September 24, 2010

David Mark Clark, Accused of Mowing Down Bikes With SUV, In Court Today

Posted By on Fri, Sep 24, 2010 at 8:20 AM

click to enlarge David Mark Clark, crystal therapist, tennis teacher, and accused multiple felon
  • David Mark Clark, crystal therapist, tennis teacher, and accused multiple felon
David Mark Clark, the 39-year-old "crystal therapist" and tennis pro accused of running down four bicycles with his SUV in a six-minute rampage, will be in court today in San Francisco.

Clark has been charged with four counts of assault with a deadly weapon (to wit: a car), four counts of attempted murder, and three counts of battery following a destructive June 2 tour around the city that left four cyclists bloody and dazed. The Albany resident was subsequently arrested when he reported to police in that city that his Nissan Rogue, which had been left abandoned after the attacks, had been stolen from him.

Clark, who has pleaded not guilty, is apparently not only a crystal therapist but "a Reiki Master" and  "Priest in the Order of Melchezidek."

A bio of him posted at a spiritualist website (which has been purged, but you can still read the cache here)

lists him as all of the aforementioned positions. Here is the text in full:


David Clark is a Reiki Master, Priest in the Order of Melchezidek, and

Crystal therapist. After an energetic awakening in 2006, David has

committed his life to the service of others through healing. He has

been highly successful in treating a wide range of ailments, from

stress related disorders, to arthritis, to those seeking a higher level

of wellness in their lives.

Vibrational Energy Therapy (V.E.T.) brings wellness through a

clearing of stagnant energies and a revitalization of the physical,

etheric, emotional and mental fields of the body through a raising of

the body's vibrational level. Raising the vibration of the body is one

of the best ways to release any dense, static energies, as well as

prevent any future blockages from occurring. Space is created in the

body and it becomes lighter, with an open, balanced flow of energy

moving from head to toe. This brings complete circulation and harmony

in the body, a well -known attribute of wellness.

V.E.T. works through the chakras, meridians, and nadis.

After Clearing, high-frequency energy is channeled into the body by

David, filling the entire human energy system with Healing Light.

" The sessions with Dave have been like a cleansing of my body and

mind"-Julia E., Cancer patient

"During each session, I experience a huge release of negative emotions

and leave each session with a sense of calm, peace and joy. I feel

energized for days!"-Krista, neurological lyme

Fees for V.E.T.- 1 hour session-85$/ 90minute session-110$

Clark, a tennis instructor, also maintained a "Dave Clark Tennis" page. "It's never too late to start and there is always more to learn about tennis, the 'Sport for a Lifetime!'" reads the site. "Discover the joy of tennis!"

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Joe Eskenazi was born in San Francisco, raised in the Bay Area, and attended U.C. Berkeley. He never left. "Your humble narrator" was a staff writer and columnist for SF Weekly from 2007 to 2015. He resides in the Excelsior with his wife, 4.3 miles from his birthplace and 5,474 from hers.


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