This doctrine of absolute positivity, if you will, effectively erases actual reality in the minds of its adherents, who in turn become mindless lemmings that are easily led to slaughter by their beloved "leaders." Case-in-point is the recent "John of God" scandal involving a New Age "faith healer" who, because of his veneer of positivity, was able to get away with sexually assaulting hundreds of women while running sex slave farms filled with innocent, young "womb" girls that he used as birthing vessels.
Joao Teixeira de Faria, as he's legally named, pulled a fast one on millions of gullible sheep for many years by pretending to be a loving, caring shepherd. His calm and docile persona, coupled with claims that he possessed magical healing powers, was enough to afford him god-like status in the eyes of his followers – some of whom, even after "John of God" turned himself in for his many vile crimes, have tried to defend him right here in the comment sections of Natural News reports about the scandal.
It's mind-boggling to think that anyone with half a brain would fall for the "miracle" claims of someone like John of God – especially after the truth finally came out about him being a total fraud. But that's the way the world turns, apparently, as even celebrities like Oprah Winfrey once touted him as a legitimate "faith healer" sent by some god to end all disease and create world peace.
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We now know that John of God was a wolf in sheep's clothing, as his entire religion was based on tricking women into engaging in sex acts with him under the guise that doing so would "heal" them. John of God also tricked young girls into working on his many mineral mines and farms, promising them a better life – only to abduct them into sex slavery so they could produce babies for him that he later sold for upwards of $50,000 a piece to rich buyers in the United States, Europe, and elsewhere.
John of God never could have gotten away with this had he been, say, an ordinary businessman or blue collar worker. Only by wrapping himself in the garb of a religious prophet and miracle worker was he able to emotionally manipulate his victims into believing that he was good man rather than bad one – and it worked.
That's the power of new-agey "religion." People want to believe that there's someone or something out there that has their best interests in mind, and when someone or something comes along that tickles their fancy, they jump on-board – tossing logic, reason, and oftentimes basic common sense right out the window in the process.
"This war is already well under way," writes Mike Adams, the Health Ranger, about the rise of this type of Satanism both in the United States and around the world. "Many of the 'people' you meet in society today are no longer humans on the inside. They are literal demon souls that have possessed and now operate human bodies like biological puppets. These demonic entities appear human, but answer only to Satan."
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