Salubriology School

About Us

The Salubriology School is the health college of Saint René Descartes University.

On 8 August 2006, the Hon Most Rev Dr Cesidio Tallini founded the now growing field of Cesidian law. Just as he founded that field in the past, on 20 April 2008 he also founded the field of Cesidian Healing.

On 11 February 2009, the term Cesidian Healing was replaced with the term Cesidian Salubriology, and this is what the new field is now called. On this date the domain and website was also launched, which is the Salubriology School of Saint René Descartes University. On 2 November 2009, the domain was launched. Cesidian Salubriology is "the science or study of that which is conducive or favourable to health or well-being belonging to Cesidio Tallini".

Saint René Descartes University, a seminary college of the Cesidian Church (a legally-chartered church), and a university accredited by Paradiplomatic Affairs (PDA), doesn't have a medical school, since the practice of conventional or allopathic medicine has no formal legality in Global Earth Oceans (GEO), but it does have an alternative medical school, the Salubriology School. Saint René Descartes University also has an alternative law school, the Centre for Cesidian Law.

Why This School Was Started

The Hon Most Rev Dr Cesidio Tallini decades ago was a medical student at the University of Perugia, Italy. For various reasons, he was unable to continue his studies after two years, and had to return to the United States.

Tallini later tried to complete several natural health courses at Trinity College of Natural Health and at the Holistic Healers Academy. During this time he grew increasingly frustrated at the status of the discipline of traditional naturopathy in the United States, which has been taken hostage by people who call themselves naturopathic physicians. These people, in turn, caused the field of traditional naturopathy to be progressively regulated, all in favour of a form of naturopathy mixed with conventional medicine. Wanting to practice medicine, and not exclusively traditional naturopathy which requires no drugs or surgery, these people have pushed for, and continue to this day to push for, legislation which is bringing the field of naturopathy progressively under the control of the government through licencing programs. Now several states and territories of the United States, as well as the District of Columbia regulate naturopathy, and the situation is getting always worse. South Carolina and Tennessee, on the other hand, actually prohibit the practice of naturopathy. The frustration with all this, and with the continuous fight Tallini had to endure as a student just to keep New York State free of the damaging regulation being constantly pushed by lobbies in favour of naturopathic physicians, caused Tallini to completely abandon his natural health studies.

With the birth of the original new field of Cesidian Salubriology, Tallini saw the possibility of developing a new health field from scratch, and free of the government legislation now controlling the field of naturopathy at both state and federal levels.

Since Tallini is both Student and Chancellor of Saint René Descartes University, his program of study in the novel field of Cesidian Salubriology shall be both autodidactic and ad hoc in nature. Tallini shall not bother even with non-traditional or distance education in order to acquire the knowledge he needs, since no programs in Cesidian Salubriology are available at any school.

The Hon Most Rev Dr Cesidio Tallini encourages any person(s) and/or educational institution(s) that wish to assist him with this novel academic development and research, or that wish to jump-start the accreditation/recognition process for the novel and promising field of Cesidian Salubriology.