Leviticus International promises to help miserable straights become ex straights. Brother Richard of Leviticus, says anyone can become a happy well-adjusted gay or lesbian through the power of prayer and Jesus Christ.
Revision Studios, famous for the "Princess Diana Gay Bible" has launched Leviticus International, a new website which promises to help unhappy straights become gay. According to film producer Max Mitchell, creator of the site, "Jesus Christ has the power to end heterosexuals' misery and make them happy well-adjusted gays." Mitchell recently produced "Horror In The Wind," about two bio-geneticists who invent an airborne formula that reverses the whole world's sexual orientation.
Leviticus International says straights can be "born again gay" through prayer and Jesus Christ. Joseph "Bo" Kelly, of Las Vegas, NV, a former heterosexual, claims his compulsive attraction to women led him to two suicide attempts. "Now that I'm gay, suicide never crosses my mind. My partner, Todd, and I share so much more than I ever did with any of my four ex wives. I thank God for taking the sinful hetero disorder away."
Jesus Christ has the power to end heterosexuals' misery and make them happy well-adjusted gays.
that I'm gay, suicide never crosses my mind. My partner, Todd, and I
share so much more than I ever did with any of my four ex wives. I
thank God for taking the sinful hetero disorder away.
I got on my knees and asked Jesus to release me from the spell cast by women.
truly am born again. Who knew Jesus could make me a happy lesbian?
Twenty years with a man who smelled and never once emptied the recycle
bin on the computer was more than I could take. My girlfriend, Janine,
actually cooks and brings me coffee in bed. Hallelujah! I no longer
have to be drunk to have sex.
will pluck you from Hetero Hell and gently toss you into Homo Heaven.
Ask any convert. Ask the youth groups we host. Ask the elderly who got
out just in time. Hetero Hell is its own punishment complete with
spousal abuse and spoiled children. Don't let it happen to you. Ask God
to put you in Homo Heaven. Email Jesus at
scholars say Jesus was gay. But gays are the only group left in America
that it's still okay to hate. Even President-Elect Obama is a homophobe
who thinks gays and lesbians don't deserve the same rights as
straights. Gays helped get Obama elected but he still hates them along
with Rick Warren.
can't take credit for it. It's the power of Jesus, not me. In the
Princess Diana Bible it says it's an abomination for a man to lay with
a woman. That's my ministry. Saving people from this sinful lifestyle.
You should see their faces when they find gay love. You can see God in
Mary Bermanoff, of Dearborn, another ex straight, says she's never been so happy. "I truly am born again. Who knew Jesus could make me a happy lesbian? Twenty years with a man who smelled and never once emptied the recycle bin on the computer was more than I could take. My girlfriend, Janine, actually cooks and brings me coffee in bed. Hallelujah! I no longer have to be drunk to have sex."
Visitors to the Leviticus International website (leviticusinternational.com) can watch video testimonials and email Jesus questions about becoming gay. According to Mitchell, Jesus does not have a spam folder and answers every question. Read testimonials from people who got lucky on the "Prayed And Got Laid" page. A sample of the revised Book of Leviticus is available at the website.
Leviticus International saves straights from "Hetero Hell," a place of misery where people pretend to believe in equality for all but are really trying to keep gays second class. Hetero Hell causes them to believe they are better than others even while living in single wides. According to Brother Richard, "Jesus will pluck you from Hetero Hell and gently toss you into Homo Heaven. Ask any convert. Ask the youth groups we host. Ask the elderly who got out just in time. Hetero Hell is its own punishment complete with spousal abuse and spoiled children. Don't let it happen to you. Ask God to put you in Homo Heaven. Email Jesus at firstname.lastname@example.org."
Mitchell claims "Many scholars say Jesus was gay. But gays are the only group left in America that it's still okay to hate. Even President-Elect Obama is a homophobe who thinks gays and lesbians don't deserve the same rights as straights. Gays helped get Obama elected but he still hates them along with Rick Warren."
Rev. Karl Krutchner, pastor at the Trailer of God in New Orleans, says that Leviticus has a very high success rate. "I can't take credit for it. It's the power of Jesus, not me. In the Princess Diana Bible it says it's an abomination for a man to lay with a woman. That's my ministry. Saving people from this sinful lifestyle. You should see their faces when they find gay love. You can see God in the eyes." Samples of the new Princess Diana Bible are available at princessdianabible.com.
Prophet Yahweh, Seer of Yahweh, Master UFO Caller says that on October 31, 2008, superhuman black men, from other planets, will appear in their spaceships and hover over his UFO Summoning School for three days as a sign that all Americans should vote for Obama as President.
According to Prophet Yahweh: Some time before Nov. 11, 2008, more than likely before the presidential elections, and possibly on October 31, 2008, at approximately 12 noon, spaceships will start appearing, on my summons request, and hover over my school for all Las Vegans and media to see and film.
He goes on to say that: My UFO Summoning School is located by one of Las Vegas' housing projects in the middle of the ghetto. There I teach people the ancient art of summoning or calling down UFO's and spaceships on-command.
In anticipation of the spaceships' descent, Prophet is planning to install live, Internet broadcast streaming capability at his school. He is doing this so people, worldwide, can see him call down the spaceships on Oct. 31, 2008, exactly at 12 noon, and the spaceships that appear for the entire time they sit up in the sky.
Prophet says that he may be off a little with the dates and some details he gives, but let there be no doubt that something within the general overview of what he says is going to happen.
He claims that these space beings are the Angels of Yahweh, the Creator of all things. And, they are talking to him, on a daily basis, via a sophisticated form of telepathic, non-verbal, none-talk, brain-to-brain communication. Most of the time, when they contact him, he is sleep. At that time, he hears a voice speaking to him inside his head.
He also says that: Unless I am misinterpreting my visions, it's very likely that Yahweh's angels are going to descend down from space, in one of their spaceships, on two different occasions, in a different, single ship, each time, and hover over my school, in Las Vegas, NV for three days so the media can film them.
When asked why the spaceships will appear, Prophet boldly says that:
One of the many reasons why they will do this is to show support for Presidential candidate Barack Obama. This will be done so people will know that Obama is the best choice to lead America through the troublesome times to come.
"YAHWEH wants people to know that if Barak Obama does not become President, America will quickly be led into a war with Russia via Iran that will result in: a cut off of oil from the Persian Gulf, a great depression, stock market crash, runaway inflation, devaluation of the dollar, food shortages, riots, famine, race wars, out breaks of disease, etc."
Barack Obama, as President, would do more than any other president to keep these terrible things from happening and hold back the tremendous suffering that would come upon the American people.
YAHWEH, the Creator of all things, wants all Americans to vote for Obama, and put him in the office of the President of the United States, so he can immediately go to work against the terrible times to come.
Prophet Yahweh is quick to reveal that his ability to call down
sightings is devine and that the Angels of YAHWEH taught him how to
summon their UFO flying machines or their spaceships on his prayer
On May 25, 2005, KTNV ABC TV-13, in Las Vegas, NV contacted Prophet Yahweh to put his summoning abilities to the test. At that time, he made broadcast history as the first person to call down real UFOs for mainstream television cameras to film. The news segment, and the UFOs that appeared, can be seen on the "UFO TV News" channel that's broadcast via YouTube.
Prophet Yahweh is available for radio and television interviews and summoning of UFO's for the media to film.
Also, he is willing to allow television stations, and other media, to set up their cameras on his UFO Summoning School's grounds for perfect line-of-sight filming of the spaceships that will appear in the sky directly above it.
Police arrested a 54-year-old man they believe shot an 18-year-old after a dispute over the teen's sagging pants.Witnesses
told police Saturday night that John Constantin started to argue with
David Mitchell after telling the teenager to pull up his pants near the
pool of the Cross Creek Apartments. Witnesses told police that the
teenager pushed Constantin, and then Constantin shot him in the stomach.Mitchell was treated and released from Shands-Jacksonville Medical Center.
According to the police report, while in the back of the patrol car Constantin told the arresting officer, "An innocent man is going to jail because I was just protecting myself."Police said a small bottle believed to contain a rock of crack cocaine was found in one of Constantin's pockets.Constantin is charged with aggravated battery with a deadly weapon and held on $100,003 bond. Authorities said drug possession charges could be added if the substance in the bottle tests positive for cocaine.
The $6 million lawsuit filed by the New York City street performer known as The Naked Cowboy against M&Ms candy maker Mars Inc can go forward on grounds of trademark infringement, a judge ruled on Monday.
Robert Burck -- for 10 years a fixture in Times Square, who strums a white guitar while dressed only in white cowboy boots and hat and skimpy white underwear -- filed the suit in February over video billboards depicting a blue M&M dressed in his signature outfit.
U.S. District Court Judge Denny Chin denied a motion to dismiss the lawsuit, ruling that Burck may proceed with his false endorsement claim, "for he plausibly alleges that consumers seeing defendants' advertisements would conclude -- incorrectly -- that he had endorsed M&M candy."
Chin dismissed Burck's right to privacy claim, noting that New York law protects the name, portrait or picture of a living person but not that of a character or a role created by or performed by a living person.
Burck, who poses for photos with giggling tourists in return for dollars slipped into his boots, has trademarked his look and licensed his name and likeness to companies for endorsements and advertisements, including a Chevrolet commercial that appeared during a Super Bowl, the suit says.
In addition to Mars, Burck sued Chute Gerdeman Inc, the agency that created the ads with the Naked Cowboy M&M as well as ads with M&Ms dressed as other characters associated with New York, including the Statue of Liberty and King Kong.
Chin ordered attorneys for both sides to appear for a pretrial conference on July 11.
The winner of last week's $57 million Mega Millions lottery jackpot is a registered sex offender who also pleaded guilty to two breaking and entering charges in the 1980s.
Fred Topous Jr., 45, was discharged from Michigan Department of Corrections supervision in October 2006.
The Kent City man traveled to Lansing on Tuesday to claim the prize from Friday's drawing in the multistate game. Topous chose to take the prize as a $34 million lump sum payment, before taxes.
Topous said he planned to buy a house, send his children to college and have some fun with his winnings. He said he and his wife work multiple jobs to make ends meet and thought they'd have to work till they died.
"I want to enjoy a little bit of life," Topous told state lottery officials. "We're plain folks. We've struggled all our lives."
According to the Corrections Department's offender profile, Topous pleaded guilty to assault with intent to commit sexual penetration in 1999 and pleaded guilty to breaking and entering charges in 1984 and 1988.
A German court has ruled against a woman who claimed a phobia of official letters in her appeal of authorities' decision to cut off child support benefits.
The court in western Rhineland-Palatinate state said Wednesday that the woman was sent a letter in May 2007 asking that she supply evidence to support continued payments for her daughter.
After she failed to respond, she was notified in July 2007 that the money was being cut off and given a month to appeal. Only in September did she reply and supply the requested documents, telling authorities _ who threw out her appeal because it was too late _ that she had a phobia of official correspondence.
The woman, who was not identified by the court, said "she had already suffered many financial disadvantages" as a result of leaving mail lying around or throwing it out, a court statement said.
It added that she sought to justify her actions by saying that "she was and still is petrified of the contents of official letters." She said she had long considered seeking psychological treatment, but had been too ashamed to follow through.
The court rejected the woman's case, saying it was a long-term problem, she would have had plenty of time to seek help from her daughter or others.
A school bus driver and amateur artist from the Chicago suburb of Zion has legally changed his name to "In God We Trust."
A Lake County circuit court judge approved Steve Kreuscher's (CROY'-shirz) name change petition on Friday.
The 57-year-old's first name was changed to "In God," while his last name was changed to "We Trust."
He says the new name symbolizes the help God gave him during tough times and says he can't wait to begin signing his artwork with the new moniker.
A woman has injured herself and 18 others in a subway train in a bizarre pepper spray incident.
Police in Vienna said the woman was attempting to attack a man who complained she was talking too loudly on her cell phone.
But somehow instead of spraying him she injured 18 other passengers.
In a statement, authorities said the incident injured 17 schoolchildren, their teacher and the cell-phone talker herself. All were taken to the hospital.
The man who complained appears not to have been affected in the incident.
Police said he had left the scene by the time they arrived.
Police also said the complainer and the phone talker lashed out at each other physically before the woman resorted to the pepper spray.
A man has been remanded in custody charged with spraying urine at two supermarkets, a pub and a book shop.
Sahnoun Daifallah, 42, of Bibury Road, from Gloucester, appeared before magistrates and pleaded not guilty to four charges of contaminating products.
He was arrested on Friday after a substance, believed to be urine, was sprayed over produce at Tesco in Quedgeley and Morrisons at Abbeydale.
The case has been adjourned to 28 May for committal proceedings.
In court prosecutor Liz Thomas said two days earlier Mr Daifallah used an improvised device to shower hundreds of children's books at Waterstones in Cirencester.
He is also charged with releasing the liquid over food in the Air Balloon pub, near Cheltenham.
Ms Thomas said the total damage came to £10,000, although the eventual bill for cleaning up the supermarkets and replacing the food would come to hundreds of thousands of pounds.
She said a "squeezy sports bottle" had been used to propel the liquid into a freezer of chips, and later over a wine rack at Tesco in Quedgeley and Morrisons in Glevum Way.
After going into the toilets at Waterstones in Cricklade Street, Cirencester, Mr Daifallah is alleged to have ruined 706 books, many of them in the children's section, with a "very smelly, brown, unpleasant substance".
Previously that day he was said to have released the liquid in the Air Balloon at Birdlip after making offensive comments to a barmaid.Preliminary tests by Tesco have shown the fluid to be a mix of urine, faeces and domestic products, the court heard.
Jeff Peckman is back at it, and this time he is bringing little green men along for the ride.
The Denver man, who sponsored an offbeat ballot initiative that would have required the city to implement stress-reduction techniques, now wants to ask voters to create a commission dealing with space aliens.
"It is important because if you're driving down the highway and you saw a crash of a small spaceship and a car or a bus full of kids, you really wouldn't know what to do," Peckman said Thursday. "Do you wait for the hazardous materials experts to show up because of potential contaminants from another solar system? What do you do? People really don't know."
Peckman, 54, who is single and lives with his parents, has submitted to the city a draft of the proposed ordinance, which would require the creation of an Extraterrestrial Affairs Commission.
As required, the city is holding a "review and comment" meeting on the proposed ballot initiative with Peckman on Thursday.
"I don't know what we're going to ask him yet," said David Broadwell, an assistant city attorney.
Peckman hopes to collect enough signatures - he needs about 4,000 - to get the proposed initiative on the November ballot.
According to the proposal, the 18-member ET commission would "create a responsible, common-sense strategy for dealing with issues related to the presence of extraterrestrial beings on Earth," among other tasks.
Peckman said the proposed initiative is "a shortcut to disclosure of the knowledge of extraterrestrial beings on Earth and interacting with people on Earth." He said he has never seen an space alien, but that he has seen evidence proving that they exist.
"I certainly believe that they visit somewhat frequently," he said. "I don't know that they're walking around the streets of LoDo - others might disagree with that. But they do seem to have made their presence known all over the world to a lot of people."
Councilman Charlie Brown was an outspoken critic of Peckman's 2003 "Safety through Peace" initiative, which failed but garnered a healthy 32 percent in support. Brown called the 2003 initiative "looney-tooney" and Peckman's latest proposal "even loonier."
The Denver City Council will hold a "review and comment" meeting on the ballot initiative at 2 p.m. Thursday in Room 391 of the City and County Building, 1437 Bannock St. The meeting is open to the public.
Britney Spears spent $60 million since last year on shopping, vacations, doctors, lawyers, and more, according to the new issue of Life & Style Weekly, out later today.
That's not even counting drugs, moon pies, and Sam Lutfi.
As predicted, Life & Style has been crunching the numbers and found that Spears, once estimated by Forbes to be worth $100 million (making her the 12th richest female entertainer in the world) is now worth a paltry $40 million. The number actually comes from Adam Streisand, an attorney for Spears who declared her worth in court. The mag also catches wind of the rumor we reported earlier this week that the IRS is looking into her finances but comes up with a wacky reason. "They want to find out if she's been ripped off and by whom," and insider tells the mag. Does the IRS provide that kind of service for you? Then again, when's the last year you spent eight figures? (There's only so many times you can go to Sandals.)
The breakdown of spending, by the glossy's numbers, after the jump ...
• Shopping: $192,000 a year
• Monthly clothing budget: $16,000
• Vacations: $1.2 million yearly
• "The paperwork from her divorce from Kevin shows she also blows about $102,000 a month jetting off to places like Hawaii," L&S reports.
• Alimony: $15,000 a month
• Doctors: $86,000 a month
• Health insurance and other medical expenses: $1 million
Paula Abdul has explained her confusion on Tuesday night's 'American Idol' (April 29), when she accidentally critiqued two songs by contestant Jason Castro, despite him only performing one.
Discussing the mix-up on Ryan Seacrest's radio show, Abdul said that the judges were asked to give their feedback of the contestants after all five had performed.
"I go, 'We have never had to do this before... Oh my God, what do we do?" she explained. "We were freaking out. I said, 'We're gonna need paper and a pen to make sure we remember what we saw.'"
Abdul stated that in the show's seven years on air they've never been asked to critique all of the performers at once and that they "were only following directions."
"I got lost in my notes, and that is as simple as it was," she adds. "It's so confusing."
Additionally, several gossip websites reported that Abdul had been drinking over lunch with her rep, Jeff Ballard, sending Perez Hilton a strongly worded email stating:
"Set the record straight…. Paula was NOT drunk yesterday, she did not have a martini yesterday at lunch. It was a sparkling water with lime….she DOES NOT drink……you are just repeating what TMZ had up for a few minutes earlier today and have since taken down completely since they didn't have the proof to back it up…and don't want to risk legal action. It also wasn't her assistant that was with her…it was the head of Talent for FOX.
Do the right thing and correct this erroneous reporting."
Watch last night's Idol blunder below (via Perez Hilton).
Why do I think that this guy isn't going to have a very long life... I think it's pretty obvious with the insane stunts he does to get publicity. He may be smarter than Paris Hilton, Britney Spears and Lindsay Lohan... but they will likely outlast him. Here is a great summary of his insanity -- http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/David_Blaine
David Blaine took on a Zen-like appearance in the water tank as the minutes ticked by during his attempt to set a new breath-holding record. Oprah Winfrey, however, was anything but calm.
She fidgeted in her chair, pursed her lips, placed her head in her hands, and kept seeking reassurance from the doctor at her side about the 35-year-old magician's persistently high heart rate.
"I'll be glad when it's over. I don't like suspense," she told the audience during a commercial break.
Soon enough, Winfrey — and Blaine — could breathe a lot easier.
Submerged in a water-filled sphere on the stage of "The Oprah Winfrey Show" during a live broadcast, Blaine held his breath for 17 minutes and 4 seconds. That bested the previous record of 16 minutes and 32 seconds, set Feb. 10 by Switzerland's Peter Colat, according to Guinness World Records.
Blaine had a smile on his face soon after his head rose above the water and he took several deep gulps of air. Within about a minute, he was able to hold a microphone and tell Winfrey, "I feel great," later adding that breaking the record was a fulfillment of "a lifelong dream."
Before his attempt, Blaine was allowed to inhale pure oxygen for up to 30 minutes, although he inhaled for only 23 minutes. A Guinness World Records judge was on hand to certify the feat.
In May 2006 as a finale to a week spent in an aquarium with an air mask at New York's Lincoln Center, Blaine tried to set another type of breath-holding record. Without breathing pure oxygen beforehand, he tried to break the existing record of 8 minutes, 58 seconds for an attempt of that type.
But he had to be rescued shortly after 7 minutes when he was unconscious and having convulsions.
Blaine was in much better shape after Wednesday's attempt. He walked unassisted down a set of stairs to join Winfrey for an interview. He told her he had doubted while in the water whether he'd be able to break the record because of his high heart rate.
The lower the heart rate, the less oxygen is consumed.
Blaine had expected his heart rate to drop perhaps as low as under 20 beats per minute while he was in the water. But for most of the attempt, it was over 100 beats per minute, then started dropping and fluctuating rapidly during the last 2 1/2 minutes.
While training, Blaine said he would meditate to lower his heart rate. But amid the hubbub of a live studio audience, and with a record at stake, Blaine admitted he had trouble forgetting his surroundings.
Earlier in the show, Winfrey noted that her boyfriend, Stedman Graham, was making a rare appearance in the audience because he's such a fan of Blaine's work.
For Winfrey, however, the endurance feat was "nerve-racking to witness," she told Blaine.
Blaine joked about coming back on her show again and again to get used to the surroundings, lower his heart rate and set new breath-holding records.
But first, Blaine said he plans to try to break the world record for staying awake. The current record is 11 1/2 days, he said. However, Guinness said it no longer acknowledges such attempts because of health concerns.
EUREKA SPRINGS— Aliens wear cowboy hats, or at least some of them do.
“I finished it too soon,” author Don Ray Walton said about his book that he says needs to be rewritten because beings from outer space gave him new information when they picked him up outside of Stephensville, Texas, earlier this year.
“I’ll have to rewrite the 12 th chapter,” he said of The Coming Human Aliens as hundreds of believers and curiosity seekers wandered by him Saturday during the 20 th annual Ozark UFO Conference in Eureka Springs.
Clad in a leather jacket, felt hat and brown cowboy boots, Walton looked like someone from Texas, which he calls home. Originally, he says he is from a little farther out.
“The Orion star system,” he said, adding that it’s pronounced “Our Ion,” as that is where the creator is.
Sitting on the lower floor of the convention center at the Inn of the Ozarks, Walton explained the aliens’ most recent message: Our solar system is heading toward a massive black hole.
In the next four years, humans will be offered salvation from representatives of 143, 999 alien races, Walton said.
The ships will only take those that are willing and ready, Walton said. It is up to each person to decide whether to go with the aliens or to stay and be devoured by the black hole.
At this conference, which continues today, he wasn’t the only one talking about other-world experiences.
The three-day conference had nine speakers on topics ranging from crop circles to preparing to meet aliens.
There were no tin-foil hats or alien costumes. The crowd in the conference center appeared little different from those windowshopping downtown.
Of course, there may have been a heightened sense of questioning authority at the conference, as a sign inside the door read: “All government agents must register at the front desk and must wear name tags at all times NO EXCEPTIONS.” Featured speakers included Ted Phillips, a researcher from the Center for Physical Trace Research in Missouri.
Phillips gave a talk on evidence left by alien visitors, such as skeletons of calves left next to large burned circles on the ground. The traditional flying saucer is less and less common, he said, and aliens now are more likely to travel on powerful light orbs or beams, which would explain the burned circles.
Another of the lectures focused on recent UFO sightings in Texas that gained international attention. Video of scattered lights in the sky above a rural area were shown on CNN and on newscasts before the U. S. Air Force said it had planes conducting drills in the region. At first, the military denied any activity.
The conference attracted people from all of the country, and some who wandered in, such as Skip Lotten from Missouri.
Lotten said that he and his wife, who declined to give her name, were enjoying the event and learning from the speakers, who were helping to fill “the blank spaces in our ideas.” Along with the books and lectures were novelty items handmade by Stacia Noteman, who said she had seen a glowing light in the sky as a youth in Ohio. After seeing the lights, she brought her sister Betsy Hass, a UFO book vendor at the conference, out for a look.
“I don’t remember seeing anything, but the next day I was sick as a dog,” Hass said.
Blocks away in downtown Eureka Springs, many people had heard of the conference.
“In Eureka Springs, anything is pretty much accepted as normal,” said Michael Teague, who was walking downtown with his daughter Marley. He would have been interested in attending, but Teague said that his daughter is “scared to death of the subject matter.” Saturday’s UFO convention was the first for Mike Smith of Springdale. Smith has been interested in UFOs for more than 20 years, he said. Although he doesn’t report them, he said that anyone can see them if they look hard enough. “It’s an escape of your thoughts of the everyday things,” Smith said, of watching for UFOs.