Source: Correspondance with author
By T. Stokes
Some psychology schools have waged a virtual war on the paranormal,
declaring it to be just bunk, such things as ghosts astrology and U.F.Os
Yet its 3 greatest practitioners, Freud Jung and Eysenck all ended their
lives as believers.
One of Britain’s best known leading magazine agony aunts Virginia Ironside,
in a two page spread in a national paper, confessed over the years she had
suffered depression and feelings of worthlessness, and had wasted £54,000 on
different psychiatric counsellors and psychologists, and none helped.
This took great courage to say what many of us know, that only a percentage
of people benefit from counselling and psychotherapy, for many others it
just regurgitates all the difficult memories, for those like myself who
have worked long in this field, it was no surprise at all to hear her say
that most therapists just sat there like highly paid stuffed dummies and
She went on to call most practitioners “con artists” and said only cognitive
therapy and medication was of minor help to her when in great need, many of
the “therapists” she felt were just “quack psychologists” which made her
Psychologists at Missouri University concluded in the biggest study of its
kind recently that violence in cartoons video games and T V programmes are
in fact harmful to children, in the past psychologists opinions have been
divided here, depending on who was paying them.
Many newspapers in Britain recently had a page advertisement in colour,
offering 12 crime detective programmes together at a reduced rate.
These were Inspector Wexford, A touch of frost, Prime Suspect, Cracker,
Foyle’s War, Rosemary and Thyme, Hetty Wainthropp, The Last Detective, P.D. James, Jonathan Creek, and Sherlock Homes, every one a murder, what would those at Missouri say about that ? And every single victim a woman.
This is a part of the trend just now to push forward the “heterophobic agenda” as supported by Tony and Cherie Blair, who also publicly support allopathic medication, but refused their own child the multiple vaccination, that they say is fine for everyone else.
Even the royal family use homeopathy and alternatives.
I say, “public make up your own mind”
-T Stokes lecturer in paranormal studies
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Source: Correspondance with author
Source: Haunted Times Magazine
by Maria Almudevar – van Santen
For some, the murder of John Lennon by Mark David Chapman on that fateful evening of December 8, 1980 might seem like a straightforward case of ‘bad man pulls trigger’. However, according to an article in the Winter 2007 issue of Haunted Times Magazine, something more sinister may have been at work.
The article “Did Demons Force Mark David Chapman to Murder John Lennon” written by internationally acclaimed paranormal investigator and medium, Chip Coffey, contains shocking information never before released to the public.
In 1972, Chapman became friends with a Decatur, Georgia couple and their two young children. Shortly before meeting Chapman, the family had relocated to this four bedroom, two-story house. The couple’s seven-year-old daughter began exhibiting bizarre behavior almost immediately. She began screaming at night, cursing and violently attacking others as she repeatedly claimed to see a vision of an old man, which terrified her.
Strangely enough, when the family relocated for a year due to the husband’s job transfer to Upstate New York, the daughter’s visions ceased and her behavior returned to normal. When the year was up and the family moved back into their Decatur home, the bizarre behavior started up again.
Chapman was never told about these incidents. He claimed to have murdered John Lennon because he was commanded to do so by two demons that he had encountered in that same Decatur home. Witnesses saw Chapman sitting on a swing in the yard just weeks before Lennon’s murder more than a year after the family had moved.
At trial, he did not use the insanity defense.
Could demonic possession explain the senseless murder of one of rock ‘n’ rolls most beloved icons? Nothing will bring John Lennon back. But could his fans accept this theory for the brutal tragedy that they so desperately want to understand?
Chris Moon, editor of Haunted Times magazine says, “Demonic possessions have long been an issue of interest and debate. There are recorded incidents as early as 4000 B.C. It was believed that demons were responsible for diseases of the mind and body. Priests were called to perform exorcisms. Throughout the centuries, the concept came to be adopted by some religious groups and rejected by others. Modern day is really no different.”
Coffey, who has spoken with the family, states, “I look at odds. What’s the likelihood that he [Chapman] could have made this up? No-one outside of the four members of the Decatur family knew about what was going on in that house.”
One thing is for certain, for Mark David Chapman, who shortly after his incarceration at Attica Correctional Institute called upon Jesus to rid him of the demons, as for the family he befriended in Decatur, there is no doubt that such demons do indeed exist.
Chip Coffey is an internationally acclaimed psychic, medium, spiritual counselor and parapsychologist. He is the great-grandson of famed Native American medicine woman Minnie Sue Morrow Foster. Chip was born in Upstate New York, spent much of his childhood in South Carolina, and now resides in the suburbs of Atlanta, Georgia. www.chipcoffey.com
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