Will we ever learn? More than 30 people were burned during a June 23 fire-walking event hosted by New Thought guru Tony Robbins in Dallas, Texas – the second time in the last few years when similar injuries were reported.
It has recently come to my attention that several homeopathic enthusiasts are implying that Catholics and Christians should be encouraged to use homeopathy because of the many popes who used it. They are also pointing to an award given to a homeopathic physician by Pope Paul VI and to the fact that Mother Theresa’s order has also used these drugs as reason for Catholics to embrace homeopathy. Although all of these facts are true, when the story behind them is told, the picture looks a whole lot different!
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.
MG writes: “ . . . [M]y wife has been ill for many years and we have gone to all kinds of alternative medical people and have gained nothing. Now she has gotten an infra red wand and is treating herself with this. We got it from a Chinese person who does this for a living. I would like to know if this is the same as acupuncture and with the new age movement.”
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?