Jun Labo Life Story
Jun Labo was born December 23, 1934 in Dagupan City, Pangasinan,
Philippines. He was one of the most powerful Psychic Surgeon (also known as a faith healer) in the Philippines.
Jun's parents belonged to the "Union Espiritista Christiana de Filipinas"
(a spiritualist church that has taught numerous healers in the
Jun's mother was a psychic dentist and she forced Jun to go
to church on Sundays. Jun was not keen on spending part of his Sunday in
church and used to sneak out to play with his friends.
One Sunday, he became paralyzed during a church ceremony. In a state of
shock and with fear, he witnessed his first apparition of Jesus.
Jun's first encounter with Jesus who was to become one of his spirit
guides for all healing.
His first healing experience came when he was accompanying his mother on
a religious walk:
One woman collapsed and Jun instinctively began rubbing
her chest. Blood spurted out and Jun ran away in fear. The crowd brought
him back and asked him to finish the healing. Jun carried on rubbing the
woman's chest and she fully recovered.
Jun probably was the most flamboyant Filipino healer. He was often referred to as the Muhammad Ali of Filipino healer because of his
Jun has been credited with some amazing healing. In
his book the "Magician of God", Jaime Licauco reports that:
"I saw Jun
lift the eyeball of a Japanese patient suffering from glaucoma out of its
socket, extract some blackish tissue from underneath the eyeball and then
return the eyeball to its socket without the patient feeling any pain."
was a rather bloody and eerie operation which apparently did not damage to
Jun's female partners
Jun has, so far, married three times. His last wife, Lisa, is a Russian
lawyer. They are in the process of a divorce. His previous wives were respectively Australian and Japanese.
I met Christine his first wife in March 2014. She is into healing herself and a wonderful lady.
Jun Elected Mayor
Jun ran for election and became Mayor of Baguio City in 1988. His term
only lasted 2 years as his citizenship was questioned (his second wife was
Australian and he was supposed to have adopted and kept that nationality).
Jun eventually had his Filipino citizenship reconfirmed and was elected
again in 1992. Altogether, he served 5 years as Mayor.
Jun was unsuccessful seeking election again in 2009 and 2013.