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Originally posted by St Udio
Tell a lie, loud enough & often enough, it becomes the truth
Originally posted by St Udio
There's a sucker born every minute
On May 28, 2005 a news crew from KTNV Channel 13 (a Las Vegas ABC affiliate) met with Prophet Yahweh in order to do a piece for the 11:00 news about his predictions. The piece was to be humorous and skewer Yahweh's far-fetched and seemingly frivolous predictions. The news crew chose the day, time, and location and Prophet Yahweh had no prior knowledge of where or when the event would take place until thirty minutes before. As Prophet Yahweh claimed to be summoning UFOs with KTNV's reporter Mike Dello Stritto near him and a camera-crew taping him, two unidentified objects appeared in the sky. One was a white object that appeared and maneuvered in the sky before disappearing. The second was an orange orb that appeared and made strange maneuvers in the air before disappearing as well. The incident was completely caught on tape and shown on that evening's newscast. The reporter, Dello Stritto, claims that he went into the incident hoping to make light of Yahweh's claims but left impressed and genuinely believing he had seen some sort of unidentified object. KTNV subsequently made calls to Nellis Air Force Base to see if they could account for any aircraft or aerial objects in the area at that time. Nellis never responded.
Originally posted by Palasheea
At the present time, until an expert analysis and an in-depth investigation of Prophet Yahweh's summoning of those mysterious objects seen zipping around in THIS video recorded by a local news program is conducted, I have no choice but to believe Channel 13's reporter and his crew that what they saw on that day, was an inexplicable jaw dropping event.
And you have to consider that this TV crew was in 'attack mode' -- ready to pounce on his ridiculously outrageous claims that he can summon Ufos. But the jokes on them because much to their utter amazement, this man who's calling himself a prophet, actually was able to prove that he could do what he said he can do! Once again, what's showing in that video, speaks for itself!
Just because he's got some kind off the wall religion/belief system, does not mean that we should throw the baby out with the bath water and say that his claims about being able to have these objects appear in the sky is total hogwash too. We need to only focus in a non-judgemental way, on the phenomena itself; which is being able to manifest mysterious aerial objects and not this person's religion, personality and so on.
[edit on 3-3-2007 by Palasheea]
I think it is almost proved that at the time of "summoning" a friend of yahweh is dropping balloons. And dont you really realize that he is a big charlatan..??Just look at what he says, how he says and etc.. etc..I think it is enough that he made money of this weird and noob hoaxes...