Skeptical of alternative medicine and all the fantastic things they claim they can do with pure water, weird herbal remedies and magical pushing of the spine? Well, people seem less interested in studying these subjects these days:
- Lie back and relax: reflexology and aromatherapy degrees are dropped – The Daily Telegraph
A little over a week ago I wrote a blogpost about witch-hunting in Africa. Leo Igwe who’s article I referred to there “has alerted us to the fact that Helen Ukpabio, one of the leading figures in the persecution of alleged ‘witches’ in West Africa, is to preach in the United States in March.” Disturbing.
- Notorious Nigerian witch-hunter to preach in the US – New Humanist
So, it’s 2012, the year the world will end … again. And not just once. I mean we all know we’ll have a hell of a party on December 22nd, but that’s not the only time the world will end this year. No, it will first end on May 27th according to Ronald Weinland, a man who considers himself a prophet of God. Yeah, that’s your clue right there.
- Doomsday watch: May 27. Jesus here or die of cancer – Doubtful News
- Another “End of the World” party to put on your calendar – Blag Hag
That’s it for this time!