WorldNetDaily Gets Even Crazier

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We don’t have much to say about this, but the Retard-o-tron™ brought it to our attention so we’ll pass it along to you. It’s hot news at the website of WorldNetDaily (WND) — thus the jolly buffoon logo above this post.

The WND article is Angels, healings, miracles – are they real? The sub-title is “Watch Sid Roth’s ‘It’s Supernatural!’ debuting on WND-TV.”

Who is Sid Roth, and what is WND-TV? Does WND have its own network? We don’t have a clue. Anyway, they tell us:

Each week, Sid Roth’s TV program “It’s Supernatural!” begins with some of the most riveting questions of human existence:

At this point we have to warn you — be sure you’re sitting down before you read any further. And please — don’t proceed until you’ve finished swallowing whatever it is you’re eating or drinking. Ready? Okay, this is WND’s list of “some of the most riveting questions of human existence”:

• Is there a supernatural dimension, a world beyond the one we know?
• Is there life after death?
• Do angels exist?
• Can our dreams contain messages from heaven?
• Can we tap into ancient secrets of the supernatural?
• Are healing miracles real?

The reason we don’t have much to say is because we’re totally dumbfounded by the questions on that list. Here’s a bit more:

For over 35 years Roth has been investigating the answers to these questions. And beginning Sept. 9, through a partnership with WND-TV, Sid Roth’s “It’s Supernatural!” can be seen each and every week, from anywhere you can access WND.com.

You have to admire WND — they’re determined to be the center of the kook universe. Arranging to have that show on WND-TV is a great coup for them. The History Channel must be furious that they were scooped, because it fits right in with their Ancient Aliens and Nostradamus shows.

The article goes on quite a bit more, but we won’t bother with it. Hey — they even have a video you can click on, which we haven’t looked at. If you do, please let us know what we’re missing.

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12 responses to “WorldNetDaily Gets Even Crazier

  1. Interesting that they use naturalistic methods of communication to tell us about this.

  2. Yup, pretty crazy. But this one would get my vote for Craziest WND Article 2013. The comments are cancer causing.

  3. @Mark Germano: yep, that’s a ‘keeper’ from WND!

    Horn added, “It feels like they [Jesuit astronomers] even know something or they suspect something or they’re simply putting themselves in a position in case extraterrestrial life is discovered to be the go-to religious source. Beyond LUCIFER, that was really the deeper reason that we went to Mount Graham.”

    The Vatican observatory did not return WND’s requests for comment about whether Jesuits had located alien life in deep space.

    Refusing to talk to WND? Yep, them Catholic astronomers must be hiding something really big!

  4. Megalonyx infers:

    “Refusing to talk to WND? Yep, them Catholic astronomers must be hiding something really big!”

    Their contempt for WND’s profligate dimness? Or perhaps their mirth at same?

  5. I clicked Mark Germano’s link and I must vigorously dispute his characterization of the comments below it as cancerous.

    They are not, no sir, and they are not by a long shot. They are, in fact, worse. Far worse.

    I copied a quote from a paragraph near the close of the ‘article’. Note the time scale reference:

    ‘In a peculiar twist, Horn also said he spoke with a Jesuit at the Vatican observatory who told him astronomers there are searching for extraterrestrial intelligence and planets inside other solar systems.

    “Even the Jesuit priest told us that’s the No. 1 thing that they’re all searching for right now: other Earth-like planets that might host extraterrestrial intelligence,” he said.

    “When we went to the VATT, we wanted to talk to the Jesuits face to face. …
    “They said that all academia now accepts the fact that it’s really just a matter of time having to do with us locating life on other planets – and not just organisms but intelligent life, and maybe intelligent life literally trillions of years ahead of us in terms of their evolution.

    Horn added, “It feels like they even know something or they suspect something or they’re simply putting themselves in a position in case extraterrestrial life is discovered to be the go-to religious source. Beyond LUCIFER, that was really the deeper reason that we went to Mount Graham.”

    The Vatican observatory did not return WND’s requests for comment about whether Jesuits had located alien life in deep space.’

    13.8 billion years of time exists instead of the ~6K God tells us in the Bible? No, no, no, that billions of years claim canard, itself literally impossible according to scripture, vastly understates what those wild-assed Jesuit astronomers expect to prove by gaining access to this proven Satanic-embued telescope. Huh-uh.

    Instead, WND implies that Vatican astronomers believe in the probability of ‘literally trillions of years … of … evolution’. Of course that means the liars also have to believe additional billions (or whatever) years have to be tacked onto total universe existence, when accounting for the big lie of expansion/coalescence of matter from a singularity ignition event instead of the seven days of Creation goD informed Moses about so Genesis could be written.

    Which makes it pretty darned suspicious the Vatican would not return calls to WND, no? Satan told them not to, of course, thinking if he and they just stick to their story they can get this bs taught in schools. But I’m not worried. I’m confident doG is waaay ahead of them, and has a plan to trip them up in very embarrassing fashion when the time is right.

  6. Each week, Sid Roth’s TV program “It’s Supernatural!” begins with some of the most riveting questions of human existence:

    Actually, it might be a more interesting program if it really did start with some riveting questions, rather than no-brainers. Once you’ve answered “no” to his questions, there really isn’t anything left to talk about.

    Roth needs some better questions, like why do grown-ups still believe in angels, what is the connection between bananas and religious belief, or if God is benevolent, why is there a David Klinghoffer? Those are vexing questions.

  7. To Ed’s improved list of questions for Sid Roth, may I humbly suggest:

    • How many pins can be stuck into the end of an Angel?
    • Does Casey SkyLuskin think he is fooling anyone–apart, it would seem, from himself?
    • If Vatican astronomers find intelligent extraterrestrial life, which is more likely: the Jesuits will convert ET to Catholicism, or we will be overrun by zealous Missionaries from Mars proclaiming a bizarre, alien gospel they impose with their superior weaponry?
    • Do the NAZCAR lines of South America prove that the ancient Incas invented stock car racing centuries before the internal combustion engine was developed?
    • If evolution is true, why didn’t Tyrannosaurus Rex invent things suitable for its small arms, e.g. the iPad?
    • Is Certs a Breath Mint, or a Candy Mint?

  8. The questions posed by Ed and Megalonyx, heretics both, are easily answered: God works in mysterious ways.

  9. “Find dead horses and beat them. Repeat, repeat, repeat…” That seems to be the WND agenda. Add “Beware of Jesuits who try to expand human knowledge.”

  10. Actually I’ve seen a few episode of Sid Roth’s “It’s Supernatural!” and it’s fascinating in the same sort of way that watching a train wreck is fascinating. It seems his goal to talk to every crackpot in the world, especially those that have a book to sell. He has a website with ten years worth of his shows that you can watch if you dare ( http://sidroth.org/television/tv-archives ). Most of the archives only tell you the guest of the show was, but some of the more recent episodes give a short description, such as:

    September 9, 2013: Tom Horn
    Have you ever noticed the eye and the pyramid on the U.S. dollar bill?
    September 2, 2013
    David Martin shares a supernatural impartation and powerful keys from God to do the same works that Jesus did!
    August 26, 2013
    Barbara Yoder
    Could invisible forces be blocking answers to our prayers?
    August 19, 2013
    Dr. Francis Myles has been shown by God how to supernaturally change your DNA.
    July 1, 2013
    L.A. Marzulli has long searched for physical evidence of the Nephilim, the giants of the Bible.
    June 10, 2013
    Paul McGuire has studied Mark of the Beast technologies for 30 years.

    ‘nuf said.

  11. @Megalonyx:

    Yep, them Catholic astronomers must be hiding something really big!

    Time to re-read Arthur C. Clarke’s “The Star”:
    http://web.archive.org/web/20080718084442/http://lucis.net/stuff/clarke/star_clarke.html

  12. @Mark Joseph:

    Thanks for the link to “The Star.” Great.