posted on Jul, 18 2007 @ 02:13 PM
I can't believe people bought into this gimmicky nonsense.
People this is simply a quick money making endeavor on her behalf. She knows that their are plenty of people that are hopeful and positively spiritual
out in the world that are looking for a direction to focus that energy on. Usually those people tend to also be a bit gullible and Fire the Grid is
the latest in a long line of age old spirituality cons that taps that resource and fades rapidly or creates an additional follow-up spiritual "act"
that is required.
Although I suspect she'll stretch this out longer since she went through the process of creating a logo and has began merchandising the heavenly
beings message. Fire the Grid aprons, mugs, t-shirts, screen-savers and an 85$ magnet?
That's right folks...wipe you barbecue sauce stained hands on an apron with a "message" from Angels on it. Just try an avoid staining the Lords
The best part was when the beings told her which music they really liked...or hid prayer messages in or whatever... and she suggested everyone go out
and buy "Love and Light". He even dedicated his album to her and will give her the proceeds from the sales so she can travel. How conveniently
I am sure she knew this musician long before this scheme came into play.
So now that the "Grid" has been "Fired"...what's new? What changed?
Come on...this is very sad.
What's the next rabbit she plans to pull out of her hat?
Believe that the beings have another mission for her soon to come.