Spiritual guru and presidential candidate Marianne Williamson suggested hurricane Dorian, which killed at least seven people in the Bahamas this week, didn’t make landfall as a Category 5 storm in the U.S. because of mind control.
Marianne Williamson is not only a Democratic candidate for president in 2020, she is also a New Age witch who believes she is more powerful that nature, and that by using ‘creative visualization’ she is able to tell hurricanes where to go. Who was the last person I came across who had that magic power? Oh, that’s right, Gloria Copeland, wife of televangelfraud pastor Kenneth Copeland, also claims she tells storms where to go. Hmm, I guess there not as much difference as I thought between witchcraft and the “name-it-and-claim-it” crowd, eh?
“If there arise among you a prophet, or a dreamer of dreams, and giveth thee a sign or a wonder, And the sign or the wonder come to pass, whereof he spake unto thee, saying, Let us go after other gods, which thou hast not known, and let us serve them; Thou shalt not hearken unto the words of that prophet, or that dreamer of dreams: for the LORD your God proveth you, to know whether ye love the LORD your God with all your heart and with all your soul.” Deuteronomy 13:1-3 (KJV)
Someone should let Marianne Williamson know that all the people who died in the Bahamas under Hurricane Dorian were probably also sending up lots of “positive thoughts’ regarding the storm blowing away from them. I guess, what, their vibes were not strong enough, they didn’t buy any of Marianne’s books, I don’t know. And in case you’re wondering if I just lumped the entire Prosperity Gospel Movement in a pile with the New Age witches, yeah, I did.
Presidential candidate Marianne Williamson credits ‘the power of the mind’ for pushing Hurricane Dorian off of the U.S. coast
FROM THE NY DAILY NEWS: “Millions of us seeing Dorian turn away from land is not a wacky idea; it is a creative used of the mind,” Williamson wrote in a Wednesday tweet that she soon after deleted. That tweet also called for “Two minutes of prayer, visualization, meditation for those in the way of the storm.”
After removing that tweet from her Twitter feed, Williamson went with a more conservative message asking that people pray for those who stand to be effected by the storm before it either dissipates or heads off to sea.
Marianne Williamson has deleted this tweet pic.twitter.com/YdLRD7UfoZ
— Yashar Ali 🐘 (@yashar) September 4, 2019
Followers of the 67-year-old self-help author weighed-in on Williamson’s tweets, with some wondering how prayers are different from any other kind of wishful thinking. Skeptics wondered if Williamson was implying that people in the Bahamas, where Dorian did tremendous damage this week, weren’t trying hard enough to wish the dangerous water and winds away.
Williamson took exception with at least one reporter who drew attention to the tweet she’d deleted.
“Since you obviously want to debunk, counter or mischaracterize anything I do, would you like to have an honest and fair public dialogue?” she tweeted at New York magazine contributor Yashar Ali, who pointed out that she’d deleted the earlier message. “Since I’m neither crazy, irresponsible nor dangerous, I would appreciate the opportunity to counter the caricature.”
Ali, who’d simply reposted the tweet she’d taken down alongside the caption “Marianne Williamson has deleted this tweet,” seemed perplexed.
“With respect to your offer to have an ‘public dialogue,’ thank you but I am reserving my time to speak to candidates who qualified for the debate,” he snapped back. Williamson, who is polling under 2% for the Democratic nomination, fell short of the threshold to participate in the party’s debate next month.
Williamson’s controversial suggestion for fending off hurricanes wouldn’t be the strangest utterance attributed to a politician since Dorian took shape. According to Axios, President Trump inquired about using nuclear weapons to blow up a hurricane in discussions with Homeland Security. Trump, who claimed in June to know “a lot about nuclear,” has denied that report. READ MORE
Word of Faith Huckster Gloria Copeland Claiming She Can Control The Weather
Word of Faith televangelist Kenneth Copeland’s wife, Gloria, claiming the ability to control the weather. These charlatans our inundating our airwaves with this nonsense. If Gloria actually has this ability then why won’t she fly over in her private jet to some of the most afflicted areas of our planet and control the weather for them? 🤔
Listen As Marianne Williamson Discuss Her Witch Heritage
Marianne Williamson spoke about creating a new conversation in American politics, one in which principles of higher consciousness form a new foundation for political involvement. Her New York City presentation was a preview of the Nov. 11-12th event in Los Angeles called “Sister Giant” which seeks to provide tools — both spiritual and political — with which to re-envision our political possibilities, and to transform America one campaign at a time. In the words of Martin Luther King Jr., “Our goal is to create a beloved community and this will require a qualitative change in our souls as well as a quantitative change in our lives.”
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