Tuesday, August 23, 2011

Religious Charlatan Peter Popoff

This morning as I was flipping through the television channels I happened upon a program with Peter Popoff. Just like he has been known to do he was peddling useless spiritual items. One item was something called Miracle Spring Water and the other thing was the Anointed Faith Tool. The stupidity did not stop there, though.

Popoff was spouting off about how God/Jesus was making amazing 'divine transfers' of large amounts of money into the bank accounts of all kinds of people. Some people claimed to have received a few thousand dollars, and some claimed to have received astronomical amounts to the likes of a half million dollars. And how did these 'divine transfers' happen?

Miracle Spring Water. Isn't that a hoot? Miracle Spring Water. Popoff looked into the cameras and told those in T.V. land that if they wanted huge sums of money transferred into their accounts they should call and request the FREE packet of Miracle Spring Water and the Anointed Faith Tool. Perhaps by announcing that these items were indeed free Popoff figured his chances of people believing him would greatly improve.

As he walked to and fro in between the audience members Popoff had various people give their little story of how they anointed themselves with the little packet of spring water and miraculously loads of money came their way. He kept saying over and over and over for people to be absolutely sure that they read and followed the instructions of the Miracle Spring Water. Now, Popoff implies that failure to follow the directions to the last letter will interfere with the potency of the Miracle Spring Water.

However, if people actually follow the instructions to the finest detail they will discover that their Miracle Spring Water is not so free after all. But should anyone be surprised? Go to the link provided to view a copy of some of the Miracle Spring Water literature:  http://www.deceptioninthechurch.com/popoffback.html

If you know of anyone who is considering in buying into or who has already bought into this televangelist's particular scam do what you can to get them to stop and take their heads out of their asses.

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