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George Noory + Gary Spivey = Ultra Stupidity

George just a little while ago was interviewing Gary Spivey, whom I’ve named, The Psychic Honkey Tonk Poodle. This man claimed to he had healed a woman who called into the show of her eating disorders, saying it was due to "food disorder demons". He then asked her if she felt a warm feeling in her belly, and claimed it was due to angels. If it’s so easy for him to cure people of their eating problems why is he so fat? Or why doesn’t this anti-Christian poodle-wig-spandex-wearing version of Pat Robertson use angels to make his hair naturally like a poodle’s? Why does he need a wig? Or why doesn’t he call a divine glowing white poodle-wig from heaven, all nice and poofy and with it’s own air-conditioning system? How can millions of people fall for such an absurd man, a man who just makes up nonsense left and right? It will be no surprise to me when the anti-Christ appears and easily leads people to start robbing, slaughting and sexually abusing Christians of all ages.

Coast to Coast Hosts “Father” Andrew Wingate: A Racially Stereotyping Bigot (and Catholic Too!)

After listening to Coast to Coast early in the morning for the second time (the 5/28/2009 show), it occurred to me that one of his Catholic guests, "Father" Andrew Wingate, made a racial stereotype about Asians (and all races in general), that being that because China is composed of Chinese, and no other race, that they all have a common goal and (nonsensically seemed to imply that therefore they are patient). He contrasted them to Americans, whom he said weren’t patient because they were composed of many races, and therefore weren’t American (as in white American). So then: the African and white British slaves in America weren’t American, the Chinese railroad workers weren’t American, Native Americans weren’t American, the Jews weren’t American, and they were never in America, it was just all white people. no non-whites were American! Stupid. And this "Father" claims that "our Lord" told him that he would be a bishop in the future. No doubt "our Lord" was some demon.

During that show someone called in and vehemntly declared to the world that "if anyone thinks ‘Father’ Wingate is a kookt, all they need to do is listen to the prophecy of General George Patton" (a prophecy which wasn’t about Andrew Wingate at all). So, what in the world did it have to do with "Father" Wingate not being a kook? Nothing, but George and Wingate just acted like the ranter caller was right. I wonder if Satan sent in that caller to distract everyone from realizing the "Father" Wingates bigoted remarks.

It is also insulting for him to claim that every single American is impatient and that all the Christians are impatient (of which he included Catholics, maybe by accident, or perhaps on purpose in order to play Lord over them).

None of the few callers who called in to the show said anything bad about any of the guests – I wonder if the ones that want to get filtered out by the call-taker and whoever is directly in charge of the call-taker.
 

Linda Moulton Howe – Anti-Christian?

Linda Moulton Howe, an award-winning  Majestic-12 document-obsessed news reporter, is an anti-Christian bigot and fear-monger. Once again she has let her bigot views be known on Coast to Coast A.M. radio (tonight, a few minutes ago). This time she called the word "demon" one of the words that she includes in what she said were, "language boxes". This she said in reply to George Noory when he asked her what she thought of Brother Dimond’s belief that aliens were demons. Her reply makes no sense since no Christian has ever been recorded as forbidding calling aliens “aliens” or forbidding anything, but foul language and whatever they considered heresies, and what Christian ever forbade saying something like, “I wonder if the demon we saw was really an alien”? And what does miss expert on religion and aliens Howe think about demons? Should they only be called aliens? Is she an expert on spirits that harass, possess and haunt? Are these things “Grays” to her?! Isn’t she the one with the language box if she won’t even simply consider that some aliens are demons imitating other aliens or making up a race that doesn’t exist?

Further it’s a contradiction as she is the one who is avoiding words, like "demon" and limiting them to what she desires to call things. After giving her "language box" phrase she said that she was instead interested in who we are and where we came from and that obviously UFO’s are interested in Earth and she wants to know why (yet another question-hankerer who rejects the instinctive knowledge that we are here to get to know one another and love another and to glorify God).

Linda is to bigoted against religion and fundamentalist Christians and therefore will not consider that aliens or "time-traveling humans from the future" that she considers people in UFO’s might be, might be interested in demons, Christians, religion, or angels showing non-Christian humans on Earth that greater beings than them do exist, like demons, angels, humans in Heaven, and God, or doing this also to help prevent Christians from losing faith in God and the Bible (which, sadly, the illogical consider as evidence or possible evidence against the Bible).

Linda’s logic is also arbitrary, as she no doubt believes in UFO visitations in the past and that aliens manipulated our evolution, yet she ignores religious history which using her logic, they may have deliberately manipulated as well. Why is she only interested in the possibility that aliens manipulated our evolution? How is she not aware that if aliens manipulated our evolution (so that we became self-reflecting animals with language and thinking abilities far superior to all animals) that that would have had a major influence on our religious beliefs and would have allowed for us to become religious unlike animals, or far more religious than animals (no one has seen an animal worshiping God)? So, using Linda’s warped, nutty, evil logic, evolution has nothing to do with religion and religion is nothing but a box that prevents people from learning who we are and why greater beings would be interested in us and Earth,and so then, these things are meaningless and boxes to Linda, the award winning reporter of new and helpful knowledge:

Worship God only, love your neighbor as yourself, don’t worship imaginary gods, don’t hate anyone, don’t steal, don’t lie, honor your parents, don’t cheat on your husband or wife, don’t rape, don’t neglect your child or children, don’t murder, believe only that which there is evidence for or he who is trustworthy if there is no evidence for a thing, test all things.

She might as well say, "Science and universal goodness, and religious history and people and what they do or have done are unhelpful and should not be talked about."
 

Michael Savage Says: Hate your enemies

At 9:43 P.M. tonight, Michael Savage gave his reason as to why there was a rise of suicides in the military, or "Screaming Eagles" division of the military. According to him it’s because the liberals of the U.S. federal government forbid the U.S. military from hating their enemy, which leads them to doubt their other mandate, which is to kill the enemy (like "Islamo-facists") and instead they are told to hate global warming.

He’s right I’m sure to a large degree, but for the non-true Christian segment only of the military, the part that loves hate.

Then someone called into the show and said that it was because of poor health care and that anti-depressants are forced on people in the military if they are having emotional problems.

I believe if there is such a rise, it’s due to the portrayal of the U.S. military on places like Youtube, the cold behavior of other U.S. military officers in their unit, including their military-officer leaders, the sense of feeling rejected by the world, the fear of being blown to pieces by a bomb for no good reason, the feeling that it is their fault for the Islamic war going on, as they might think from listening to people such as Alex Jones, Ron Paul, and David Duke, and that if they kill anyone in the middle east at the command of the military officer/s, it would be or could be murder. Perhaps it is also because of the fear of the married ones or ones with girlfriends, that when they leave the military, their wives or girlfriends will have fallen out of love with them, or have already shown such signs.

So much for "Love your enemies".

Ways of Imaginary Change: Coast to Coast AM Hosts Yet Another Mystery-Obsessed Anti-Fundamentalist

George is interviewing "Marshall"who said that "knowledge is intelligence" (uh no get a dictionary) and that fundamentalist Christianity was bad because it has absolutes which people want to have certainty in their lives. A few seconds later he said , "I believe that the essence of religion is mystery and not absolute truth." A clear truth-hating mystery/question-addict that guest is. He kept talking over and over about a "Great Ways of Change" (movement) but not saying what it was (yet more vaguery), and that big institutions were bad (Christian ones in his mind no doubt), and would have a harder time during the "Ways of Change". He then said that we need to find out what right and wrong is: UH WHAT?: How can we do that if this guest says there are no absolutes or that "mysteries" are more important?! And how would this guest know right from wrong if he rejects what is universally considered wrong, which is, to worship imaginary things, steal, lie, murder, and hate others who’ve done no wrong?

What idiot can’t see that change happens every second? Who doesn’t know that every change on Earth has already been made? Who doesn’t know that there are hundreds of thousands of religions and philosophies different from fundamentalist Christianity and that despite their violent and deceptive "Ways of Change" they still can’t beat fundamentalist Christians? And "The Church" (not the false Catholic "The Church", but "The Fundamentalists") were even wiped out (no thanks to the pagan Romans and no thanks to them when they became worse and transformed into Catholic Romans), and that even though the Church on Earth was dead or virtually dead, God made them into millions again a little while after the Reformation – God resurrected his Church on Earth. So then, unfortunately for guest Marshall, "fundamentalist Christians" are undefeatable and not changeable.

Marshall also said that he had a feeling that he’d be living through a turbulent time of change… oooo special. Like nothing new ever happens and no one ever experiences and "turbulence" in their lives? And big suprise, this guest is pushing a book, his own book, and can you guess it’s title? Yeah. Why does Coast to Coast keep promoting vague bigots. This must be one of the most destructive vomitous radio shows to ever exist.

Also according to Marshall E.T.s aren’t going to save us but are only going to cause problems for us (Satan seems to hate these "E.T.s/aliens", I wonder why… not).

And no big suprise to me, yet again no one calls in to oppose the guest. I wonder if it’s probably because the people who have real wisdom think that people like Marshal are so blatantly wrong that there is no point in calling in. Or maybe it’s because Coast to Coast filters out the opposition (oh the mysteries!).

One caller said to Marshal, "I love your positive (ideas for helping ourselves) and then asked, "…what is a positive vision of a leader going to be…?" What the Hell, why say "positive"? – just in case Marshal decides to lie, and right after praising Marshal for his positivity huh? – yet another confused guest.

No doubt there is more common typical stupidity that comes from MarshalL’s mouth that I could refute, but this is enough it seems.

Some final words from this edition of Coast to Coast A.M.:

(A caller flatters Marshall). George replies/panders, "He’s done a good job." The caller (an obvious anti-Christian) then says to George, "I wish you could have people like Marshall on more often (pause) who tell the truth."

Marshall says, "Without knowledge we’re just guessing, and we really don’t know what we’re doing." (No Mr. Wise Way of Change you wouldn’t be able to guess period if you had no knowledge.)

Right after that statement George, ironically, and fittingly, asked:

"How much of this is common sense Marshall?"

Marshall then laughed and says that there isn’t much in the world anymore (you mean there once was Marshall? (When was this Marshall? Just before God flooded the planet and wiped out people like you?). George laughed with Marshall.

Then just before the show ended, George said to Marshall, "Thankyou, nice job… stay safe everyone."

What an obscene mocking machine Coast to Coast A.M. is.

Whitley Streiber and George Noory – Gurus of Stupidity

Yesterday night Whitley Streiber was a guest on Coast to Coast A.M. and was there to give his -2 cents on the demons being UFOs show last night. Well, according to Whitley, people who believe in the Bible can only believe in three types of beings: angels, demons, and humans, and that the problem with this is "size" and that because the universe is very large, that can’t be right, and that a large gap in the universe is another universe interacting with ours, and that prominent scientists have said there are other universes, and that there will soon be a super-collider experiment once the scientists get it working. He also said that we have no idea about how great the conception of God is, but that we must be humble and admit that we do not know what’s out there. When George asked him what he thought of the "rigid" Catholic "Brother" (the "The Most Holy Family" monestary, nah that’s not arrogant to call youself), Whitley replied, "When we find that our faith makes us small…". A little while later he said,

"I’m not even sure there was a big bang." … "There is a large body of work that shows the universe is cyclical, and that there were many big bangs."

Problems with Whitley’s rant:

1) I believe in aliens as do many other people who believe in the Bible, so what the Hell is he talking about?

2) Who made Whitely my spokesperson let alone that of other Bible-believers? Arrogant.

3) Angels and demons are the same kind of being, they aren’t two different kinds. Whitely doesn’t understand basic teachings of the Bible obviously, so what business does he have teaching what it says? Arrogant.

4) God is a being. How could Whitely forget about God as a being, and yet a few seconds later go on about how amazing God is?

5) How does Whitely know that an expanse of space that doesn’t contain stars is evidence of another universe? His evidence is that a "prominent scientist" said so. That’s not evidence. Famous people, including scientists say things all the time, that doesn’t mean they are telling the truth.

6) Do all scientists claim that the "gap" in the universe is another universe? Why doesn’t Whitely endorse the nay-sayers?

7) Since when does a large empty space mean that there is another universe there? Could Whitely be deluded and a follower of outrageous claims that he thinks refute Christianity?

8) Since when is Whitely a prophet, which he comes close to maing himself out to be when he claims that soon there will be very specific events like a super-collider experiment? If it doesn’t come true will Whitely admit that he’s a false prophet, or an assuming boaster?

9) Whitley contradicted himself by saying that there were other universes and God or anything at all but then saying a few seconds later we must be humble and admit that "we don’t know what’s out there." I do Whitely: I know there is a God, I know that I exist, that all kinds of things exist including stars, comets, asteroids, and galaxies. Why don’t you believe what you sense with your senses Whitely? And who are you to play spokesperson for me and the rest of the world? How are you humble when you do that oh teacher who claims we must be humble? Why do you make youself the expection? Do as you say but not as you do huh?

10) Despite Whitely’s rigid faith, he insults others as being "small" because of theirs. In other words it’s okay for him to have beliefs without doubt, yet others must be doubtful. That’s also a contradiction in that:

11) So what if there is a "large body of work" that says the universe is cyclical? There is are also large body of works that show that God created the universe without using a giant explosion from billions of years ago, but that he created it recently.

12) Whitely seemed to imply that we shouldn’t believe anything scientists say since they don’t all agree; Just because not all scientists agree doesn’t mean that none of them are right Whitley.

13) If we are to be doubtful as Whitley says, then we should doubt what Whitely says too!

A caller called in and told Whitley that he was a Christian, and that he lets his life show it by his bevahior and not so much his words. Whitely replied, "I’m in the same can." What did Whitely mean by that being that he preaches his faith all the time?

Here’s an interesting thing, Jesus said "Be as little children," why are we so afraid to do that, why are we so afraid to face with the world with eyes full of questions, why are we so afraid… when Jesus wanted us to ask questions?"

Whitley does what the Bible forbids ironically, and what I had thought he was doing while typing out this refutation of him, and before hearing him talk about questioning. The Bible condemns question-hankering, in other words, not believing the truth, and doubting it, and instead endlessly questioning everything. Jesus did not teach to "ask questions for the sake of asking or for the fun it". To teach that is to teach people to be mentally ill, not child-like. To be child-like in the way Jesus meant, was to come to him, in other words, to obey his will over ours. That is why the Bible says:

"Jesus called the infants to him and said, ‘Don’t stop the children from coming to me! Children like these are part of the kingdom of God.’"

A “Psychic Vampire” Guest On Coast to Coast AM

Sad. Here’s a quote from pagan Coast to Coast AM guest and narcissist  "psychic vampire" Michelle Belanger,

"It comes down to a battle of wills. … It’s that focus and intent." (about 11:40 P.M., 5/26/2009, Coast to Coast A.M.). That’s what she said in response to George asking her about how you can close a portal to Hell once you’ve opened it and how you can handle an evil spirit.

And that is how the world thinks as I repeatedly say, that if you have enough faith in whatever you believe, then your right, then it’s true. When will the world accept what truth and evidence is?

Here are some other revealing conversation snippets of the show from  about 12:26 P.M.:

Michelle: "I need to experience to believe it. … I still have a little bit of that skeptical streak."

George: "It’s healthy."

Michelle (agreeing) "It’s healthy."

And a little while later, before 12:30 P.M.:

"I think it is very healthy to realize that there are psychological factors that can play into our interpretation of that evidence."

Well that sounds very intelligent, and it’s the kind of overcomplicated babble you can expect from a narcissist. What she said was, without using pointless overconmplication, was,

"I think that our emotions can cause us to make bad decisions." Duh? But better than realizing that is rejecting evil, preventing it, and telling others how to; something which the world is very poor at.

At about 12:53 P.M., George once again, George decided to define (not intentionally it seems) what a psychic vampire is, and he said it was someone who repelled others and made them feel drained. What an insult. So if George doesn’t like someone and is exhausted from their refutations of him, and he wants to get away from them, that makes them a "psychic vampire." Then Michelle said that such people took but "don’t give back." And what is "giving back" Miss Vague Michelle? And what would a psychic vampire give back lol? So now there are "good" and "bad" psychic vampires Michelle would have us believe, just like the stupid teaching that there are "good" witches, not just "bad" witches. I wouldn’t be surprised if one day some atheists or pagans when participating in the murder of Christians during the reignof the anti-Christ hunted down Christians using the pretext that Christians were "psychic vampires" despite those same people also calling themselves psychic vampires, and if the Christians used this point to refute them, would get this as a reply from the "vampire hunters": "Yeah but we’re good vampires! But you just make everyone feel bad! That’s why we’re gonna torture, rape and kill you and your kids!"

At about 1:12 A.M. some male called in to the show and said that he and his friend were impressed with Michelle’s powers. Lame. Anyways, he asked what Michelle thought of demons, and her near exact reply (I forget where the second sentence goes) was:

"There is a really different feel to something that I perceive as demonic. Once you feel it you can’t mistake it for anything else ever again. It’s dark it’s icky it’s pervasive. It’s violent, there is an undercurrent of violence to it."

That describes the world, and is a another good example of Michelle’s use of eloquent words to get people to spend their time fawning over her eloquent speech rather than believing the truth. Michelle reminds me of magicians and fraudulent psychics who use show to misdirect those they are trying to get money and praise from. In fact, like most of the guests on Coast to Coast A.M., Michelle is selling a book, and Coast to Coast is promoting it.

Another caller called in about about 1:20, and said to Michelle:

"Your message and everything you say comes out as really humble." He then asked Michelle a question which I didn’t hear, and Michelle’s reply was:

"Believe that you can," (there’s that faith nonsense again) "sometimes reality can push back." (oh that dang reality! Just have more faith world to push it back!) "… Sometimes we don’t realize that our intentions are selfish." (And?) "…reality does guide you when you have that ability." "In other words she said,

"That which is real guides us if we have [whatever ability she said]." So, real things can guide us huh Michelle, but only if we have a certain ability? Wow how profound Michelle to tell us that real things can guide us! I never new that sign posts, letters, books, shows, movies, people and God can guide us! But why would we have to have that certain ability to be lead by real things? Unfortunately I didn’t hear what this oh so special ability was that Michelle mentioned, but no doubt it would make no sense. She probably said psychic vampire ability.

At about 1:54: Michelle said to a caller who believed he was psychic and was scared over some supernatural incident, "Approach everything objectively."

I wonder if she knows what objective means.

Speaking of vampires, I must be a water vampire since I drink water, I think I’m a root beer vampire too. I also eat fruits so I mus t be a fruit vampire, and since I eat soup I must be a soup vampire. I even drink the oily liquids of cooks meats sometimes so I must be a cooked-oily-liquids-of-meats vampire too! I’m soooooooo cooooooool! I also breath in oxgyen so I must be an oxygen vampire!!! I also drain electricity from power stations and put it into batteries so I must be a battery vampire! I also download software and music so I must be a software and music vampire! And though rare, I also take change now and then, so I’m a change vampire! But I’m not a bad multi-matter-enegy-vampire: I give back by breathing out carbon dioxide, deffecating, sharing some of the stuff I download, and making journal entries that guide people to the truth for their benefit.

In conclusion: If you wanna be "guided" people, to where the Hell ever, even Hell, be a positive psychic vampire who gives back when you drain people of their "psychic energy". And be vague, use flowery speech, and pander to anyone who praises you for it when you don’t want people to be able to argue against you, want them to exalt you, and to get them to buy more of the same "positive" babble off you.