By Kirby Robinson
|Bad Bad Thing Award|
We can finally make it public…Joanne Brown psychic to the clueless and the confused beats out fake teachers, fake mediums, fake demon hunters and even a paranormal conference that features mostly fake para-celebs.
If you want to know the whole story visit the blog featured here at the Eye on the Paranormal or over at Scifake: http://scifake.com/pilot-fish-a-tale-of-psychic-medium-joanne-brown/
Had Joanne Brown’s gifts been real they would have warned her every step of the way.
1 When she agreed to give the reading her mind should’ve seen the disaster to follow.
2 When she accepted payment through PayPal she should’ve heard a loud voice telling her not to accept it.
3 In the process of blowing off the client and only giving a 3-minute-long reading, [while wasting 42 minutes on Facebook talking to friends] that voice should have told her it wasn’t a wise thing to do.
4 When the client contacted her asking for a refund, her guides should have warned her that a failure to do so would lead to worldwide negative PR.
5 After the publication of the original blog, her guides should have spoken up and told her to admit wrongdoing and give a refund. If not, this will show people on the WWW that she’s not remotely psychic. Guess after Joanne ate five platefuls of fried chicken and a plate of sweets, her alleged psychic connection was blocked.
6 After throwing online temper tantrums, her guides should have warned her she that she was looking very silly to the world.
I’m always amazed when dealing with fake psychic-mediums that when it comes to their life it seems they never see things taking place in their future. Maybe she needs to start paying for readings from herself to warn her of dangers ahead.
People should take this as a warning that when they seek advice they should see a licensed professional. Need help from the spirit world? Turn to God. He knows who you are and won’t put you on hold or post comments on Facebook while your time is running out.
Psychics don’t care about helping people. For the most part, they care about lining their pockets, increasing their fame and duping the public.
When we presented this award in Los Angeles, it didn’t go unnoticed as a big fan of Mrs. Brown rioted in the streets of L.A.!
|Joanne Brown's chicken fan|
And this song is for you Ms. Brown:
Tomorrow, read about a False Christian teacher who says:
1 There was no sand on earth till there were Jewish people.
2 Facebook has to be great because a Jew started it.
3 We become Jewish when we accept Christ!
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