AC asks: “I just heard about the 26 year-old woman who was killed on train tracks that are supposedly haunted by the Pope Lick Monster who lures people to their deaths. What is this about?”
A reader sent this email to our blog: “My therapist has a strong Catholic presence throughout her clinic and plays EWTN for me while I work out on the treadmill and bicycle. She attends daily noon Mass. She “sees” my deceased aunt hovering behind me and said Aunt I. has a concerned look on her face. I showed her several pics of deceased relatives and she picked out Aunt I. Once when talking to me during a rest period she excused herself and walked out of the room for a few minutes…like she had to recover from what she ‘saw’ around me. I was too scared to ask and she did not volunteer any information. Should I continue working with her or do you think she is new age?”
MB writes: “Do you know anything regarding a so-called Medical Medium named Mr Anthony William? I couldn’t find much about his background. Apparently he discovered some kind of ‘healing gift’ when he was a child. What bothers is that he call himself that this gift comes from the ‘Spirit?’ but never refers to God or Jesus Christ. Which tells me it might be he got a ‘gift’ from the wrong spirit.”
Several people have written to me within the last few months to express concern about a possible connection between essential oils and the occult. The information I have uncovered, including how these oils are “blessed”, is indeed disturbing.
Over the course of the last few years, we have had numerous inquiries about the book, Jesus Calling, written by the Presbyterian wife of a missionary to Japan named Sarah Young. The following article provides links to our research on this subject.
We have received mail from several people recently who were concerned about becoming involved in an internet scheme known as the “The Gift” which offers three (some say five) angels into the home for five days upon certain conditions. When word got out that these “angels” were beings channeled by a German medium named Irma, people who fell for this dangerous prank understandably were thrown into a state of panic.