Tuesday, May 14, 2013

TV "psychic" Sylvia Browne on Amanda Berry

CC Liu, Seven, Wisdom Quarterly; ABCNews.com

Psychic falsely predicted Amanda Berry's death
Sylvia Browne appeared on "The Montel Williams Show" in 2004 with the kidnapped Cleveland teen sex slave's mom."She's dead, honey" Swami Browne told the distraught mother who, possibly having lost hope, died a year later. Should Montel Williams be held liable for not running a continuous news scroll on the bottom of the screen reading "FOR ENTERTAINMENT PURPOSES ONLY!" during her appearance? There is psychic phenomena. We are all capable of knowing with our bodies what our minds may not yet understand, and some have refined this natural ability. But paranormal hucksters and salespersons with their powers lagging should not be bringing infamy to a natural human ability. Psychics are wrong even if knowing things psychically is possible. Why? Knowledge received does not come interpreted, and it is in the interpretation or putting into words what a sixth sense "downloads" that the trouble begins. If information is secured from unseen spirits, their motives and the extent of their knowledge must be called into question in addition to unintentional distortions by the channel.

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