This is from last September and I’ve just found it. As a bit of background … Premier Christianity is a well-established monthly Christian magazine published in the United Kingdom Derren Brown (whom I suspect almost all of you do know about) is an English mentalist and illusionist who is also openly gay. He started out in his teens as a committed Evangelical Christian, but by … Read morePremier Christianity Interviews Derren Brown
The following clip has caused a bit of a stir on the Internet. It shows a chap being interviewed, and as you watch, the lady on the left just vanishes. What happened, was it aliens, the rapture, or something else? If it was the rapture then I guess that makes her the only true believer. First, … Read moreHow did Women vanish on Live TV?
Much to my complete surprise, I came across a report that describes how the Saudi Religious Police are being trained in how to identify and stamp out magic. Seriously, they really are … Saudi Arabia’s influential religious police have started training its new members on how to fight magic and arrest those involved in black art in … Read moreSaudi Religious Police getting trained in “Magic”
In a darkened room group of people gather around a traditional Ouija board, everybody then puts their hands on a small heart-shaped piece of wood and ask a question. In response the spirits mysteriously make it move to give an answer …. oooh spooky, and obviously proof that something supernatural is going on. Oh wait a second, because … Read moreHow can you test an Ouija Board?
This one left me scratching my head and wondering if we had received the full story. Nine year old Aiden Steward (pictured above) has apparently been suspended from school in Texas for threatening to deploy magic. The UK’s Telegraph reports … The eager Middle Earth fan ended up suspended from Kermit Elementary School, after telling a … Read more9 year old suspended for threatening to deploy magic
Matthew Hopkins appears to have risen from the grave, the BHA reports … The British Humanist Association (BHA) and Witchcraft and Human Rights Information Network (WHRIN) are being sued by the wealthy evangelical preacher and ‘witch hunter’ Helen Ukpabio who has dubbed herself a ‘Lady Apostle’. Mrs Ukpabio claims to have expertise in identifying children … Read moreWitch hunter sues British Humanist Association for £500 Million