John Edwards article at Salon.com worth reading.

I’ve talked about John Edwards here in the past and got involved in a rather lengthy debate with one site visitor over whether or not he’s really talking to dead people. Ultimately, I have to admit that I really do think he can talk to dead people, or at least the brain-dead people who tend to make up his audience, but that’s a somewhat unflattering generalization for me to make about folks I don’t even know so I won’t mention it here. Anyway, I just thought I’d toss out a link to the Salon.com article, but if you’re an Edwards fan, you probably don’t want to read it as it’s not a gushing endorsement.

3 thoughts on “John Edwards article at Salon.com worth reading.

  1. I don’t know if Psychic Medium John Edwards is real or not.  I simply find him fascinating.  And I find his gallery fascinating.  I don’t know if he changes the set or not.  I have a feeling everything is in one big circle.  But the subject is whether or not mediums exist.  And actually the bible acknowledges them.  It more or less tells us to stay away from them.  Yet some psychics may just be phonies.  The bible connects them with something evil.  And if you consult in one you might end up like Saul.  The problem is that you are an Atheist.  So it is hard to discuss christianity with you.  But just know the bible says this isn’t of God. And whatever isn’t of God is of someone else.  So mediumship is a form of witchcraft.  But I am not on a witch hunt.

  2. Jesus, Joseph, and Mary……Give me a break!  Hello… Hello…earth to Anonymous.  Do we live on the same planet?  What school did you go to?

  3. The bible connects them with something evil. And if you consult in one you might end up like Saul. The problem is that you are an Atheist. So it is hard to discuss christianity with you. But just know the bible says this isn’t of God. And whatever isn’t of God is of someone else. So mediumship is a form of witchcraft. But I am not on a witch hunt.

    LOL.

    Well that’s all the evidence I need right there to disbelieve in Psychics, if its in the Bible it must be BS.
    Isn’t “Saul” the bonehead that changed his name to “Paul” after he had a Temporal Lobe Epileptic Seizure on the road to Damascus? which is when he had his “vision” then proceeded to go completely insane thinking that every single day for the last 20+ years of his life was always his last day, he was a total nutjob, and his lunatic ramblings is what Fundamentalist Christians consider to be “words to live by” yet quite obviously they were really words to “Die” by.

    And we wonder why fundamentalist Christians act the way they do? They have completely lost their mind.

    Psychics are all con men/women that has been proven over and over, Penn & Teller Bullshit just did a show this week partly on psychics was funny watching them make fools of themselves.

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