The Salem Witch Trials

In January 1692, the nine year old daughter of the village minister Samuel Parris, Elizabeth, began having fits, including violent contortions and uncontrollable outbursts of screaming. So did his eleven year old niece Abigail Williams. After a local doctor, William Griggs, diagnosed bewitchment, other young girls in the community began to exhibit similar symptoms.

Because of these outbursts more than 200 people were accused of witchcraft. Thirty were found guilty, nineteen of whom were executed by hanging by May 1693.

Most of those executed were from the poor and lower class side of the village. Those who were socially odd or awkward were specifically targeted.

When I wanted to Remote View this event several years ago I decided to start with the two little girls from which all this trouble sprang from. In many ways I would love to tell you that the devil had taken possession of them and caused them to behave in such a manner. But I can’t.

I took a look at each of the two girls both Elizabeth and Abigail on separate occasions. Unfortunately these two little girls raised in such a strict religious environment were motivated entirely from boredom and vindictiveness. This malevolence started the hysteria which led to the 200 accusations of witchcraft. At no time did these little girls do anything to stop this.

The devil does exist. But he, nor any of his henchmen, had anything to do with what happened in Salem Village. No, this was entirely the responsibility of human beings.

And while many people might look at these two little girls with sympathy, I do not. They spitefully perpetuated this insanity with constant lies, dramatic acts, and manipulation. And if that is not epitomize evil itself, I do not know what does.

Just don’t blame the devil for this one.

The Miracle of the Sun

“All you have to say now is, ‘I made everything up.'”

Do you know how many times I heard that as a child? Too many to count.

I viewed the Miracle of the Suns years ago. And it happened just the way it was reported. I did not view any of the other events, only the Sun.

Instead of seeing this as a division between faiths, maybe we should look at this as the Divine Intelligence that made us, speaks to different people, at different times in different ways?

~ James

The Death of John F. Kennedy Jr.

On July 16, 1999, John F. Kennedy, Jr. departed from Essex County Airport in Fairfield, New Jersey, at the controls of his Piper Saratoga light aircraft. His wife Carolyn and sister-in-law Lauren Bessette were passengers.

Kennedy’s destination was Barnstable Municipal Airport in Massachusetts. He crashed into the Atlantic Ocean off Martha’s Vineyard, Massachusetts.

Over the years there have been many conspiracy theories about Kennedy not being dead. Many in the QAnon movement are convinced that Juan O. Savin is Kennedy in disguise. I am not discounting some conspiracy theories. Despite the mainstream media insisting no conspiracy theories are true, many are. This just isn’t one of them. Juan O. Savin is not Kennedy.

I Remote Viewed this years ago. John F. Kennedy Jr. fell victim to exactly what the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) officially concluded: spatial disorientation. While he was descending over the Atlantic at night he slammed right into the ocean never even realizing how close he was to it. All three victims, John, Carolyn and Lauren were killed on impact.

Jack The Ripper

This is the infamous “Lusk Letter” sent with half of a preserved human kidney to the chairman of the Whitechapel Vigilance Committee, George Lusk, in October 1888, during the Ripper killing spree. The author claimed to have ‘fried up’ and eaten the other half of the kidney and insinuated himself to be Jack the Ripper.

This confession letter, among thousands sent to Scotland Yard and Reporters, is from the serial killer we know today as Jack the Ripper.

The letter reads:

“From hell.

“Mr Lusk,
I send you half the Kidne I took from one women prasarved it for you tother piece I fried and ate it was very nise. I may send you the bloody knif[e] that took it out if you only wate a whil[e] longer

“Catch me when you can Mishter Lusk”

There was at least one, maybe two, copy cat killers around the same time. Some of the murders attributed to Jack the Ripper were not his. And a few other murders outside of his suspected time of operations, were in fact, his.