Wednesday, April 24, 2013

Issue 113 – PRS: Drugs, Sex & Lies about the Catholic Church


By Kirby Robinson

Sometimes a story just falls into your lap, which is what took place this week. For quite some time, there has been very little mention of PRS, Ryan Buell or the many members of his inner circle. We still get stories sent to us but we are just tired of him and all the false stories and claims he shares. If you still buy his garbage, you’re brain dead and can’t be helped.

But sometimes there are stories that just have to be reported no matter how bored you are with the subject.

Mr. Buell recently sent out a lengthy press release in order to get people to attend a webinar about the subject of demonology. We won’t post the endless release, but there is one section that really exposes how low they have gone. It shows that only people with degenerate minds could sink to such a level.

Here is the section:  

In 2004, Ryan Buell and the PRS were contacted by the Roman Catholic Church to request assisting a Bishop in determining if a case met the Vatican criteria for approving a formal exorcism. By the time the case was over, PRS witnessed a blood-like substance materializing on the walls, levitation of objects, deafening pounds coming from inside the walls, and possession. Several PRS members were attacked, and Buell's life was threatened on more than one occasion. This is one of the cases that we will cover in Buell's new online course, "Overview & History of Demonology." Since 2004, Buell and PRS have assisted the Church in over a dozen Vatican approved exorcisms as well as assisting law enforcement and psychiatrists. Although Buell is not a demonologist, he is without a doubt one of the most knowledgeable investigators on the subject today.

Now let’s break it down:

In 2004, Ryan Buell and the PRS were contacted by the Roman Catholic Church to request assisting a Bishop in determining if a case met the Vatican criteria for approving a formal exorcism.

Notice how the term Vatican is used? This is an effort to make it appear that the team has a close relationship with them.

The above sentence contains about the only truth in this section. A highly placed source within the archdiocese of Pittsburg, who asked that his name not be revealed, stated on the record that the church did ask Penn State Paranormal Research Society to help them gather evidence of a possible demonic case. That’s all. The team gathered audio and video proof and none of the members took part in anything beyond that.

There is a new field within the study of Psychology/Criminology that looks at how guilty individuals phrase their sentences. It is very telling in this case. It appears that it is only bad wording but using the new tool being developed the sentence would read:

In 2004, Ryan Buell and the PRS wanted to be contacted by the Roman Catholic Church to assist a Bishop in determining if a case met the Vatican criteria for approving a formal exorcism.

The term Vatican is out of place here as the proper wording would be the “Church.”

By the time the case was over, PRS witnessed a blood-like substance materializing on the walls, levitation of objects, deafening pounds coming from inside the walls, and possession. Several PRS members were attacked, and Buell's life was threatened on more than one occasion.

By the time the case was over what really happened isn’t close to the above description. A source that was a part of PS/PRS at that time states that what really took place wasn’t shocking at all.

a blood-like substance materializing on the walls, 

Never took place.

levitation of objects, 

Never took place.

deafening pounds coming from inside the walls, 

Deafening pounds---like in weight? Ha ha. Well, no deafening pounds or poundings took place.

and possession. 

Never took place.

Several PRS members were attacked, 

Never took place.

and Buell's life was threatened on more than one occasion.

Never took place.

Our source states that the team went to the home to gather evidence and at the end of the night turned what they gathered over and left.

Where do these deceptions come from? His early Paranormal State deceptions from season 1. Ryan spoke about his personal demon. There were also false claims of Ryan being something of a hybrid exorcist for the Church.

We wonder if Lorraine Warren was responsible for this section of the press release. It reads like one of the many faked cases that Ed and Lorraine Warren were always a part of. These are the false claims that she makes about her so-called demonic cases that she handled and has sought to cash in on. Lorraine has never asked the families’ permission to do so, nor has she ever shared any of the profits.

The press release states that this case will be featured in Ryan’s new rip off adventure, as he will tell you everything you need to know about demonology. When he taught his last class, he used the “I Am Six” case as a basis for it and even promised that the family members would be there. What Ryan failed to mention:

- He never asked the M. family if it was okay to use the case. Had he asked, the family would have said no.

- Like his mentor, Lorraine Warren, he never shared any of the profits from the case.

Has Ryan asked the Church if it was okay to reveal details and evidence concerning this case? Has he contacted the person that was at the center of the case of alleged possession?

PRS have assisted the Church in over a dozen Vatican-approved exorcisms 

Ryan knows little, if anything, about the process of gaining approval for an exorcism from the Church. The Vatican plays no role in granting permission. This is done on an archdiocese level but it appears that the press release is trying to give the impression that PRS has a close relationship with the Vatican. So we decided to see if this is true.

We contacted the Director of the Holy See Press Office, Father Federico Lombardi. After looking over the press release that we shared with the office, he strongly doubted that the Vatican would have any relationship with Ryan Buell or his group. Father Lombardi doubted the Catholic Church would reach out for help as they have plenty of qualified individuals within the Church.

So far, we have uncovered only one true statement-- the rest have been lies.

as assisting law enforcement and psychiatrists. Although Buell is not a demonologist, he is without a doubt one of the most knowledgeable investigators on the subject today.

The above is an example of the mish-mash commonly found in bios and press releases for fake psychics. There is no doubt a fake demonologist who is leading a cult would do the same thing. Who are these mental health professionals? Would they turn to a person who has no credits in the field? The same with law enforcement—and again, no names or agencies are mentioned. We strongly doubt that anyone has turned to Ryan. As to the claim that Ryan is the most knowledgeable investigator on the subject, during season 1 of Paranormal State Ryan claimed that Lorraine Warren was the only true demonologist in the world.


RYAN BUELL -- THE NEW L. RON HUBBARD




A while back, we exposed the campaign that PRS was conducting against a woman who was trying to get refunds owed to many people. The services that people paid for included various events such as PRS paraphernalia, camps, seminars, and field trips that were organized by PRS. The woman also questioned their dubious business practices. If you read the below referenced blog and go to the Ripoff Report and the 65+ comments, you can see that PRS has gone from a small student group to a cult of personality with religious overtones that run from Christian, pagan, new age and made up religious thinking.


Two tools most often used in a cult to form group control are drugs and sex. The report of a young lady who recently escaped the grasp of the inner core of PRS, reveals that the cult has descended into using funds raised from PRS’s events to subsidize the drugs which drives the sexual orgies and hero worship of Ryan Buell.

She turned to the Eye for help. She has found a safe place to recover and get the emotional help she needs as she deprograms from the cult influence and the devout members of PRS who seek to silence anyone who slips away from the clutches of the cult.

The most shocking line she spoke, and it ringed so true is “Ryan Buell is the new L Ron Hubbard.” It doesn’t get any scarier than that.


On Saturday, read about how the SyFy program the HAUNTED COLLECTOR becomes the HUMILIATED COLLECTOR.


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6 comments:

Anonymous said...

Jackpot!

Edward said...

While I admit a good article and clearly stated. I had to laugh when you wrote this - "There is a new field within the study of Psychology/Criminology that looks at how guilty individuals phrase their sentences"

You are correct how they mislead readers with their qualifications and trying to present facts, that were in fact- false.

Kirby you are guilty of how you phrase your sentences and mislead people in your blogs and have been guilty of this for years. Everyone in this field knows quit well.

So yes the guilty do tend to divulge just enough of their lies or guilt - nicely done!

- Ed

Christian Soldier said...

Edward thats called media sensationalism and it success law 101 when attracting readers, its not bad thing, its a competitive thing and quite accepted by every major newspaper, radio station, and TV show around the world. Or are you just trying to bust Kirby's ...?

eyeontheparanormal said...

It is so sad they never come over here and deal in facts

Fact is Ryan is a fake we know it he knows it the only ones that do not are his cult members

Anonymous said...

oh they have their hand in his pocket thats why

Anonymous said...

BTW...she was never within the "inner circle". Of course there is no way to prove one way or the other without just taking people's word for it. So, so much for fact checking.

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