By Kirby Robinson
Listen to tonight’s radio show REALISTIC OR FAKE? A REVIEW OF THE CURRENT CROP OF PARA-REALITY SHOWS. [7 PST/ 10 EST]
Yes, we have a normal week happening in the paranormal field. In fact, it's so normal it's easy to let things slip by unnoticed. At the Eye on the Paranormal, we don't let things slip by us – we see it all.
This Manhattan Psychic Lost Her Rocks!
Betty Vlado, an Upper East Side psychic, has clearly lost her rocks! She wants clients to use moon rocks to cleanse those black auras! Glad the law stepped in and put a stop to it.
British Psychic Sylvia Mitchell Fakes Cancer, Steals from Clients
Read the following article to learn more. However, be warned – you'll see some scary pictures of Sylvia Mitchell.
Florida Psychic Rose Marks Cheated Clients out of $25,000,000. She Faces 20 Years in Prison
Another Fake Psychic -- Christina George
Christina George knows less about the paranormal than she claims. Her profile offers the same fluff and puff that most do. She claims to be psychic but offers no proof. She claims to be an expert in many areas of the new age. There is no value in that as those former new age teachers used to say, "Fake it till you make it. Incidentally, that’s where Paula White got it.
Her most troubling claim is that she can help others with the gift. Again, this is the type of false claim that Chip Coffey bragged about in his shameful show, Psychic Kids: Children of the Paranormal. Where is the training? Is she licensed in the state of California? To be selling mental health advice risks the mental health of others, and is not something to be taken lightly.
These actions taken by other para celebs like The Haunted Collector's John Zaffis concerns us greatly. The following was posted at Worst Paranormal.
Scammed by investigator Christina George Psychic and Paranormal Research Society
September 30, 2013, 04:16:12 PM
Christina came to our home because we were having paranormal problems. She said that she could help us and get rid of the spirits that were causing the problems. While at our home, she saw two figurines that she said had bad spirits attached to them. We discussed them with her and even told her that we had been told that they were valued at $65,000.00 or more each. She said that our problems would not stop until they were out of our home. She convinced us to give them to her so that she could take them to UC Davis and have them put on display in their anthropology department. She said that we would have one year to take them back or they would become property of the university. We had her sign a contract this this effect. About 6 months later, we found out that she had not given them to the university, but instead had kept them at her home. When we asked for them back, she told us that she had sent them to John Zaffis to keep in his museum. We had not agreed to this. When she came again to our home with her team to do a cleansing, she told us that she had lied to us about sending them to John when she said she did but had indeed "lied" to us. She then said that she sent them to him just the day before her team came to our home. We believe that she probably sold them and pocketed the money.
Also, while her team was here, she asked if we had any other old, valuable items like jewelry, old coins, etc. Why would she want to know this, so she could steal something else from us?
I have been in contact with John Zaffis and he says that he still has not received them. I have been forced to file a theft report with local law enforcement to attempt to recover them. Christina refuses to return any calls from the Deputy. She has also stated on Facebook, and I have copies to prove this, that; "No way in hell am I going to give them back". Further more, some of her "friends" have offered to destroy the figurines and also have made threats to our safety.
Later that day, Christina George posted repeatedly that she was spotless of blame and even placed the blame on her client. In criminology, you'll learn that a truly innocent person simply says they are innocent. You'll notice that wasn't done. However, a guilty person will spend hours protesting their innocence.
It's bad enough that the items were removed from the home. But what's worse, and this goes out to everyone that copies John Zaffis, is that you don't need to remove the item[s]. You cleanse it of anything that's attached to it. This is done by binding or removing the spirit by using the name above all names—Jesus Christ. It's actually that simple.
We know this is hard for some to take, but the power of Christ trumps everything—especially fake para-celebs.
Next week – there will be more para-crazies to report on.
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