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'John of God' faith healer 'kept teenagers as sex slaves and sold their babies for up to £40,000 (merged)
#61
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Avoided this soul story until reading the below post on the Whistle-blower's recent "suicide".  

https://the-fringe.com/thread-the_extrao...#pid746823
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#62
Back when I went on the deep web for fun (2012ish), there was a site called "The Circle", which was pretty much a craigslist of listings, although different site layout

On this site, you would see weapons, artifacts, etc.
However, what I found most disgusting was the amount of humans for sale on this site.
The majority were for sale from priests working in Africa, it was both disgusting and astonishing how many humans were for sale
Men were selling their 'used' women that were held captive for years.
There was a price difference between white and black kids/women as well

It's such a disgusting world out there.

And I am aware that some/most/all of these posts may have been faked in order to lure criminals, but these people do exist Facepalm
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(02-03-2019, 08:53 PM)WNC Wrote:
(02-03-2019, 08:49 PM)FlyoverCountry Wrote: Guess who thrust this animal on to the American public... Oprah.   Oprah had this evil POS on her show praising him.

She is truly a clueless idiot.

No she's not. This woman's mission in life is to kill off population just like Bill Gates.
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#65
In case you missed this: another “suicide”

http://www.rumormillnews.com/cgi-bin/for...ead=117665

https://www.davidicke.com/article/521159...us-suicide

Media Blackout: Woman Found Dead Days After Exposing Bill Clinton’s “Faith Healer” As Child Rapist – Mysterious “Suicide”
by Tim Brown


Wherever the Clintons go and whoever they are close to often meet mysterious ends, often very strange suicides.

The Daily Mail, however, reported:

Sabrina Bittencourt, 38, died at her home in Barcelona just days after accusing John of God – real name Joao Teixeira de Faria – of running a ‘sex slave farm’.

She claimed young girls were held captive in a farming operation which exported babies on the black market.

The women would be murdered after ten years of having babies in the alleged scheme run by the 77-year-old celebrity faith healer, who was arrested last year after hundreds of women accused him of abuse, she said.

Ms Bittencourt left Brazil and was forced to live under protection after receiving death threats.

Her eldest son Gabriel Baum confirmed her death, writing on Facebook: ‘She took the last step so that we could live. They killed my mother.’
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#66
To be honest, I don't know if this story is true or to what extent it's true. I was reading a New Ager magazine yesterday - I think it was Spirit of Change, some of you may know it - and there's an article about the Spiritist religion in Brazil (which John of God is part of). Apparently this religion, which is based on mediumship and other spiritual practices, also has a whole healing practice - not just John of God, but in general, across Brazil. The author describes how these healing centers are run and the kinds of practices they use. Tens of thousands of people use these regularly and have for - I don't, generations. Now, I don't think that many people are stupid and if they're getting healing effects from this religion or from John of God's practice, which has treated many thousands over decades - then perhaps the point here is to DESTROY AN ALTERNATE FORM OF HEALING/MEDICINE IN A NON-WESTERN COUNTRY AND REPLACE IT WITH ROCKEFELLER MEDICINE THAT IS BASED ON SURGERY AND DRUGS RATHER THAN SPIRITUAL/MENTAL PRACTICES.

There might be some truth to John of God being a molester, although I don't know to what extent, but he also may be a great healer - both things are possible. But when I see something that looks like a campaign to me, to destroy someone or destroy a movement.....I have to wonder what is really possible. Don't forget how many women lie about political candidates here in the US. Just because you don't like or agree with someone's spiritual practice, doesn't mean they're guilty - this could be a rigged up case.

I was watching the Smithsonian Channel Show about Eight Days That Changed Rome - great show, btw. The last episode last night was about Constantine the Great, who Christianized the Empire and founded Constantinople. It seems that Constantine had a second wife named Fausta, who accused his much believed oldest son and heir, Crispus, of raping her. Constantine was so upset and enraged he had Crispus killed. Within a couple of months or so, he realized he was wrong, and had Fausta executed, supposedly in a tub of boiling water. Fausta's purpose in accusing Crispus was allegedly that she was jealous of his status as oldest son and heir and wanted HER SONS to become Constantine's successor(s), which is indeed what happened after Crispus execution. The saddest part of this is that Crispus apparently had a lot of promise and might have made a great emperor himself - perhaps the guy who could have staved off the fall of Rome but instead, because of this woman's lies, her incompetent sons became emperors themselves and screwed up badly. A woman's lies about rape changed history.

So I would not be too quick to rush to judgment here. All we know is what we are hearing in the media, about alleged events in a FOREIGN LAND AND LANGUAGE. I'm suspicious.
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#67
watched that too...

Its good...
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