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Coast to Coast Host George Noory Promotes Another Deluded Psychopath

Tonight and this morning George had on (repeatedly) self-called “Clairvoyant and historian” Tricia McCannon, who said on the show,

“I think if we go high enough up there is no good or evil, it’s all one.” No: child abuse and child murder is not one with loving children and helping children to live, neither is hate the same as love. Later, at 1:55 A.M., she said, “I personally believe that all the miracles that are attributed to him are true.” At least she obeyed (knowingly or not) Jesus plea to at least believe that his miracles were genuine, but that just condemns her all the more. She also said that her family is made up of conservative Christians (and from her description they seemed to be Pentecostal Arminians), so it’s not surprising to me that she rejected what she thinks is Christianity and turned to fantasy and demons.

Ironically, this clairvoyant when replying to one caller, got her name wrong after the caller said it, and George had to correct her; apparently being psychic doesn’t help correct hearing misperceptions.

George was also rude to Tricia, treating her like a child by telling her in a reverse way that she was wandering off topic, having done that ironically while she was talking about alleged wanderings of Jesus. Way to go insulting your own guest George (which with your experience you surely knew was nervous), and a guest you obviously had on in your usual laziness to have anyone a little more intelligent than someone who thinks they’re the reincarnation of the Queen of Sheba.

George also had on the liar and narcissist Richard Hoagland, who I’ve been planning to post something about for months, but have put off. Maybe I’ll post about him next.

George also mentioned the Vatican exorcist who claimed that the Vatican had been infiltrated by demons very badly. The first time it was mentioned on his show was by George a few days ago, and immediately after he had on the source of this news: the Vatican’s chief exorcist “Father Gabriele Amorth“. This announcement by Amorth conveniently came just after the world wide news of mass abuse against children and young adults by Catholic priests, teachers, monks and nuns. I just looked at that link I linked to Amorth’s name and it too mentions the child-abuse timing of this announcement. This “exorcist”, in a very nutty and anti-social way (apparently he was infiltrated too) told George this news about four days ago. The man was so stupid and bizarre that George immediately moved on to his next news mention without saying “thanks”, it was pretty awkward.

  1. immune
    March 17, 2010 at 1:12 AM

    Oh I also loved it when she says “I can’t believe I am quoting the bible” although this so called historian did not quote any other historical sources but her book! And also saying jesus was taught by human sacrificing druids! give me a break!

    • March 17, 2010 at 3:32 AM

      I didn’t notice the druids part, but it’s not unbelievable that Jesus would learn anything from murderers or very sinful people since everyone learns something from evil people, and the prophet Daniel learned the false wisdom of those astrologers, or whatever they were, but no doubt she meant that Jesus had become wise and gained magical powers by “learning” from the druids, which is baseless. If the druids and those like them were so great, then why aren’t they known for working miracles like Jesus was?

      Also: I wonder if it ever occurred to her that if Jesus could read the mind of anyone, that he didn’t just learn from these magical elitists, but the entire world and God himself. As one of his disciples said, “Now we can see that you know all things and that you do not even need to have anyone ask you questions. This makes us believe that you came from God.” (John 16:30)

      Sad that liars like this, intentional liars or not, make a profit off their lies, sometimes millions from them, while those who tell the truth don’t get one cent, and may even end up losing their lives instead. So sad, and yet Jesus said to rejoice. If only I weren’t so imperfect, I could rejoice. : /

  1. March 20, 2010 at 6:07 AM

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