Wow. That article is a fascinating peek into how people can be led to believe so much crappola from one ugly man. They become interested in "end times." Chad writes a few self-published books about it, I guess where certain good people recognize the signs and are later able to say, "I knew it!" to the rest of us, plus they'll have a really impressive stock of canned goods and we wont.
Then all these book fans come to his readings. He plans home visits where he tells them all about their past lives. Like most believers in re-incarnation, half used to be Joan of Arc and the other half Napoleon. No one was every a peasant farmer like 95% of the world's population at the time.
Next comes special, "energy healing" sessions. That's what I'm going to call my naps from now on. And finally, like catty high school girls, you get to sit down with Chad and rank all your friends and family on whether they have light or dark spirits.
There's a desire to feel superior in all this that makes me understand why we, here, saw something unlikable in all those cult members Keith interviewed.
I just hope this woman's testimony about how Chad grooms women isn't going to set Lori up with a defense, because according to my own gifts of discernment, Lori has the darkest spirit of the two. Those were her own children!