Tuesday, August 5, 2014

The Fairy Tale Psychic Case is Cracked, The Christina George Story

There comes a time when you have to completely rejoice at the mistakes of some of those we expose especially when we turn up the heat.  Sometimes, just a bit of pressure gets them to crack like an old egg that has been fermenting in the back of the fridge for to many months forgotten.  When that happens, it’s a “gotcha” type of moment.

One such moment is when a FAKE PSYCHIC named Christina George who actually admits how she stole the statues and that she still has them while on a radio show called Paranormal Realms and the episode they called, “The last stand”.  She not only does this, but, she actually explains how John Zaffis is involved with the items and how pressure from the owner to the statues and the police, gets him to give the statues back and back away from the heat.  Here’s the thing… in that instance, she admits to the owner WANTING THEM BACK by this admission and certainly knowledge of them wanting them back, (Or why would anyone be inquiring of those statues?) and she admits to the statues being worth money as well and knowing about it.  So she can’t say they are worth a few dollars, as sometimes some other’s suggested.

Now, with this video, there seem to be a bunch of people concerned about the paranormal and really want to clean it up from the bad eggs or paranormal bullies that they exclaim are ruining the field.  It might seem plausible and even admirable if you didn’t know who was involved and just was the truth and what wasn’t.  The problem is, the players in this radio show are being defensive of them selves and have taken a page in our play book to deliver a blow to us, however, not to convincingly, as you will see.  You need a bit of a back story to get the full picture and knowing who is who, is the key.  Let me introduce them…

Let’s look at who they are, shall we?  Now the first person I’d like to introduce is Brett Watson.  He’s been a co-host of mine in the past before I knew what type of person he was.  Jill Burrel, the host to this show, was also a co-host at one time with me for a few shows.  Jill and Brett, as you will hear, are close friends and have been for a good long while according to the show host.  Brett proclaims to be an exorcist.  However, he was recently with an order of exorcist under the Secred Order of Saint Michael the Archangel and Bishop Ron Feyl.  BUT, Brett was not an exorcist, even though he touted that title for quite a while.  He was not sanctioned to do exorcisms by the order and had no authority under the order to do them once so ever, because, they only allow ordained clergy to do them and for good reason.  Brett was merely an exorcist investigator, which merely means, he’s an investigator that looks for the signs of demons and can get the order to come and help take care of the problem.  Brett has furnished his online credentials that are questionable pieces of paper to his ordinations of being clergy and an exorcist.  Anything by New Life Ministries is generally of question.

When Brett started his OWN exorcist order and Bishop Feyl found out, he was excommunicated immediately and with the shock of the Bishop.  Brett has a well known video out there doing his own exorcisms in which he is reading scripted stapled pages together in an attempt to do an exorcism.  It truly shows his inexperience in dealing with such a problem, let alone recognizing what to look for in such a case. I think this is enough to demonstrate just some of his issues and why, he may be on that show, as he is someone I exposed for being a fake exorcist in the past.  I have to wonder why Jill is willing to overlook so much with these people.

The next one is Lord Rick Rowe.  Yes, that’s what he calls himself.  This guy has a forum called Theatrical Clowns where he writes excessively about many in a bullying manner himself and has a forum that took my colleague Darlene over 500 screenshots to record and it’s all on me.  He’s been a busy guy screen-shotting various things to add to his collection of “how bad Evan is” forum where no body seems to be adding to or commenting to.  He is a sick puppy.  If someone comments negatively to him about me, it becomes his “proof” against me and it becomes another post of his forum.  He has actually posted a picture of my home, posted a picture of my wife and insulted her and made several pictures of me insulting anything he can about me. He’s even lied on there quite often and named a sex offender as part of my Oregon team when the sex offender was in Montana. He has no problem just making up lies.  I do not profess to be innocent of never insulting the guy, as it’s hard not to with the excessive obsession this guy has all the time with me.

Now I’m sure you are asking, why would this guy do this?  He actually got mad at me for NOT INVITING HIM ON MY RADIO SHOW.  That’s right; I didn’t invite him on my show.  It’s not that he asked first and I said no even.  I didn’t see how great he was and have him on my show on my own; therefore, I treated him badly and needed to become another victim of his clowning.  Now, the truth is, Lord Rick Rowe has many YouTube videos using the name Angelofthynight where he tokes pot leisurely in front of the camera coming off like a zealot of the dark and frankly, this type of behavior I can not endorse in any way shape or form. His website shows him smoking drugs and strangely his donate buttons for Paypal he has.   He also has stalked others and the proof is right on his pages, which includes a forum on TAPS from “The Ghost Hunters”.  This is classic stalker activity here.

Then there’s the mother that comes on the show… Christina and Leslie’s biological mother, whom like Christina, didn’t spend a lot of time raising her children and had long issues with drug addiction.  Leslie was raised by her grandmother Jewel Jobe, whom was the victim that Christina was highly suspected in abusing and stealing from.  Leslie was then adopted by another family in her young teens.  She was not raised by her mother for the most part.  Christina’s mother does mention about not being perfect and hints to the drug addiction on the show and she also throws in the real reason for her turning on her daughter Leslie which she sees as an awful thing Leslie did which is about the cell phone on their plan that she had that they turned off when she threatened not to have anything to do with Leslie if she came forward on Christina.  Of course, Leslie put her values and morals first, being a victim’s advocate for over 25 years.  We do have court papers and papers from officers to an alleged assault that show that Christina’s mother was at one time against what Christina had done and closer to Leslie during the investigation into allegations of abuse by Christina on her grandmother.

While I did not catch her voice on this show, she is worth mentioning and that is Carol Malone, who was previously reported that a neighbor was her lawyer.  When we called him, he claimed he wasn’t and that she was merely his neighbor and was a bit shocked and even wrote a letter to Blog Talk Radio on my behalf after she wrote on my group page that he sent a “cease and desist” letter to the online radio host.  According to Carol Malone, this same lawyer was supposed to have possession of the statues.  However, Christina does not state any lawyer or Carol Malone has having possession of the statues.  Carol did try to extort $145 from the owner of the statues for an appraisal that could not have been done if she was never in possession of them.

Now that you have some back story take a listen. Remember, they are defending themselves and downing us, rather then truly looking to stop abuse of OTHERS here.  It is tell tale to what they are really about and judge for yourself.

Paranormal Realms “The Last Stand” with Brett Watson, Jill Wilder (Burell), Christina George, Christina George’s mother, Lord Rick Rowe and Carol Malone (all defending themselves)


Brett Watson’s Fake Exorcism http://youtu.be/qTThZBxeQ8Q

Radio show where we exposed Christina George.


Even page where all the proof is posted on Christina George.


By Evan Jensen

Producer of Beyond the Edge of Reality Radio Network




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Dalai Lama -- Making the Best of Our Lives

Tokyo, Japan, 25 November 2013 - Having remained fine for the entire duration of His Holiness the Dalai Lama’s stay in Japan, today, as the visit draws to a close, the weather turned sombre and grey. It rained as he drove to Kyoto station to board the Shinkansen bullet train to Tokyo. Passing back through Shizuoka, where last week the sun shone and the sky was clear, today, the crest of Mt Fuji was hidden in cloud.

The venue for His Holiness’s afternoon talk was the Ryogoku Kokugikan Hall, an indoor sports arena that often hosts Sumo wrestling tournaments. Large photographs of past champions gaze down from the upper reaches of the hall, reminiscent of the guardians who traditionally protect temple gateways.

As is his wont, His Holiness addressed the 2500 people gathered to hear him as his brothers and sisters and told them how happy he was to be with them.

“We’re all part of the great human family,” he said, “if we paid more serious attention to the oneness of humanity, there’d be less room for conflict between us. Many of the problems we face come about because we place too much emphasis on secondary differences such us nationality, religious denomination and so forth. In fact, within these divisions there are further differences of colour, wealth or poverty, and educational standards. There can be differences between the members of the same family. Indeed, differences may even occur within one individual between the beginning of the day and its end. Focussing on difference stokes distinctions of ‘us’ and ‘them’, prompting us to become more self-centred. And when we are only concerned about our own short-term interest, we neglect the rights of others, which leads to bullying and exploitation.”

He observed that none of us wants problems, that from the moment we wake in the morning, we hope our problems will ease. The key, if we want to face fewer problems, is to let go of our self-centred attitude.

“Self-centredness creates a distance from others, leading to dishonesty, fear and anger. This is how disturbing emotions work. While fear, hatred and anger, are bad for our health, concern for others leads to self-confidence and inner strength, helping to reduce anger. Key to this is developing peace of mind.”

His Holiness attributed his good health at the age of 78 at least partly to his ability to keep a calm mind. He admitted to the occasional burst of anger, but explained that they are soon over. He referred to experiments that are currently under way in the USA at Emory, Stanford and and the University of Wisconsin to measure the beneficial results of cultivating thoughts of compassion. Results already suggest that blood pressure and stress are reduced.

Warm-heartedness, concern for others’ well-being and basic human affection, not only have physical benefits, they also derive from biological roots. Well-known and reputed scientists have done experiments on young children that support the idea that basic human nature is gentle. The attitude of the mother has an effect even when the baby is in the womb. Later, scientists say, the mother’s touch is crucial to the proper development of the brain.

As social animals we depend on others for our survival. If we use our common sense and observe our neighbours we’ll see that when they are filled with jealousy and distrust, they may be rich, but they are unhappy. When affection is lacking, happiness goes missing. Inner peace, however, is rooted in basic warm-heartedness.

Historically, theistic religions like Christianity, Islam and Judaism believe in a creator; non-theistic traditions like one branch of the Samkhyas, Jainism and Buddhism follow the law of causality. The principal message of all these traditions is love. Tolerance and forgiveness function to protect its practic. And because greed can be an obstacle, religions teach contentment and self-discipline. Thus, tolerance, patience and contentment serve to protect our practice of love.

“These are the main teachings, although philosophical positions differ due to differences of time and place. Their purpose is to create a better, more compassionate, sensible human being. If you choose to practise, you should do so sincerely. The main point being to cultivate warm-heartedness.

“Concern for the rest of humanity is in our own interest. The best way to help ourselves is to help others, which accords with the law of causality and the Buddhist principle of interdependence. Over the last 30 years.” His Holiness explained, “I have had serious conversations with scientists about neurobiology, cosmology, quantum physics, ecology and psychology. Many have become interested in interdependence. I remember once asking scientists if they had such a concept and being told, ‘No, but it’s an idea that is trying to enter the scientific realm and seems to have found a comfortable chair.’”

The first of the questions His Holiness invited the audience to ask concerned the value of competition. He said there are two kinds: the simple drive to reach the top, which is positive, and the wish to obstruct others so you can win, which is negative.

A woman asked about the discrimination people face when released from prison. His Holiness replied:

“Released prisoners are still human beings. They may have done something wrong, but have served the punishment. They should be received back into society. Continuing to stigmatize them is wrong; whatever the action, the person deserves patience and forgiveness.”

Someone else wanted to know how to do good without being misled by mischievous forces and was told that ethical education takes place step by step.

“Practise patience and keep up your courage and self-confidence. No matter what your positive goal may be, analyse it, seek others’ suggestions, and consult your friends. But once you decide on what you need to do, follow it through.”

A member of a group of Buddhists from Korea told His Holiness she’d heard that Stephen Hawking had remarked that in a thousand years we’ll have to find another planet on which to live. His Holiness laughed and responded that making predictions about the future isn’t easy.

“I think we’ll still be here for a few thousand years more. Of course, logically everything that has a beginning must come to an end. But frankly speaking, I wouldn’t worry about a thousand years from now. Instead we should be thinking about this life and this century. Let’s pay attention to making this a century of peace.”

original link with photos http://www.dalailama.com/news/post/1040-talk-in-tokyo---making-the-best-of-our-lives