By Sid Roth, host of It’s Supernatural!
I have investigated the paranormal for over 30 years and host of the worldwide television show, “It’s Supernatural!”, and am the leading investigative reporter on verified miracles.
Regarding the Democrat debates, I have this to say: Marianne Williamson is projecting on President Trump the dark psychic force that emanates from her.
Marianne Williamson and I share Jewish Heritage. Her father’s original last name was Vishnevetsky, but her ‘self-help’ teachings do not at all reflect Judaism. Instead, she has repackaged a western brand of Hinduism by using Christian terms without Christian meanings. She teaches that all men are God, and that sin nor sinners exist, and how to open yourself up to ‘spirit guides’ or ‘familiar spirits.’ Oprah Winfrey actually teaches her course and has made Marianne Williamson’s books best sellers.
I once was interviewed by Oprah Winfrey who angerly retorted to me that you cannot be Jewish and believe in Jesus. But I say Marianne Williamson cannot be Jewish or Christian, based on what she teaches.
So, contrary to the adulation and applause she received after accusing President Trump of emanating dark psychic force, it was she, Marianne Williamson, who is wielding occult forces with her teachings and her false accusations against President Trump. What’s worse, her courses open people up to to the same dark secret force.
When it comes to things beyond the five senses, we need to be careful to discern if it is of God or Satan. Just because something appears to be a miracle, doesn’t necessarily mean it came from God. I have seen many miracles of God and documented them on my television program, It’s Supernatural! We are very diligent on what we air so that we don’t inadvertently lead people astray to the dark side if you will.
Sid Roth hosts of the television show “It’s Supernatural!” which is watched by more than 2 million of people worldwide per comScore/Rentrak, putting him ahead of Rachel Maddow’s comScore 1.2 million viewers. Sid may be found at SidRoth.org or on YouTube where he has 850,000 subscribers.