World Known Sceptical Magician Confirmed The Afterlife Does Exist
Often in circles relating to pseudo-scepticism and blatant cynicism – with regards to paranormal events – we’ve members who are all too happy to name drop individuals as some proof about their rigid belief systems.
Many have even tried to emanate said big names – in search of big dollars and lots of publicity – for their materialist aims in life.
Not forgetting massive fame and media performances to boot.
They may just consider that they are approaching from a rational, logical and very much transparent position. Maybe even saving people from their ignorance, and that they have all the answers to the world mysteries, sewn up in a nice little package.
I mean, if something can be faked, it means all subjects under said topic are fake? Right?
Some flock to him as if he is some type of critical-thinking saviour, much in the same way as fundamentalist religious types will swarm around statues, scriptures or the feet of their own likewise saviour.
Can we really class Mr Randi as a true scepticthough?