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"Psychic" Sylvia Browne Told Kidnap Victim's Mom that Her Daughter Was Dead. And This Isn't the First Time

“Psychic” Sylvia Browne, a former Catholic school teacher, reportedly told kidnap victim Amanda Berry’s mother on a television show that her daughter was dead. Amanda Berry’s mother died a year later likely thinking that her daughter was dead. Some might say she died of heart failure. But I’m pretty sure she died of a broken heart.

And this isn’t the first time Browne has misled families of missing people...

Continue reading at The National Catholic Register>>>


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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

The church (and indeed the bible) are very clear on this subject; we are NOT to pay or use intermediaries to "speak" with the dead or "spirit guides" on their/our behalf. And not surprisingly, this is a problem as old as humanity; charlatans preying upon people at their weakest state emotionally (and Sylvia Brown is arguably the biggest charlatan of them all...physically and otherwise). While I can indeed sympathize with anyone with a strong desire to communicated to someone close who has departed (who doesn't?), we must follow God's rules on the subject for a reason: nothing good can come from it.

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