A five month-old girl from Queens, New York died last weekend after suffering eight skull fractures her parents say were the result of a ritual intended to rid the girl of the curse of an evil eye.
FL writes: “I am concerned about an acquaintance of mine who has embraced the thoughts and feelings of a concept/lifestyle called, “Easy World” by Julia Rogers Hamrick. I looked at a couple of her youtube videos to see what they were attracted to regarding this subject. I don’t care for the thoughts and looks of this (as I am Catholic) and it seems to substitute a person’s natural feelings of right and wrong and Love from God by playing misdirected mind games within this ‘easy world’ philosophy. Have you heard of this ‘easy world idea’ and person, Julia Hamrick? And, might you think people are using this as a substitute for the truth and a true relationship with Our Almighty Father?”
In a perfect example of how NOT to react to unjust verdicts, a group of witches assembled more than 1,000 people to put a “mass hex” on the Stanford swimmer who was given a light sentence for raping a fellow student.
Think you’ve heard everything? Well, think again! Actress Megan Fox, who claims to have psychic abilities (but says she’s not a psychic) told comedian Chelsea Handler that the spirit of Handler’s aborted child was communicating to her through her beloved dog.
We recently had an inquiry about the University of Metaphysics from a concerned husband whose wife became involved with the University and is now calling herself a “doctor” after receiving a Ph.D. in just six months. Is this school legit?