Ken Adachi Makes The (Un)Amazing James Randi's Hit List
From Ken Adachi<Editor>
May 13, 2007
I got two e-mails on the same day telling me that James Randi, the aging second rate magician who made a career out of debunking anything or anybody involved with the paranormal, has now included me and my "crapiola" science web site as being among the "worst." Frankly, I don't know whether to be offended or honored.
"The Amazing Randi", as he used to book himself, is probably best known for his laughable attempts to make Uri Geller look bad on television in the 1960's and 70's. Invariably, Randi only succeeded in making a fool of himself as his attempts to reproduce the incredible feats of Geller always fell far short of the mark and made it abundantly clear who was master and who was student. However, that didn't stop Randi from continuing to take pot shots at Geller or anyone else with a national reputation for psychic ability. If you're old enough to remember Randi's antics on TV attempting to debunk Geller, then you've undoubtedly already given up on the dubious opinions offered up by this quintessential hack, but his tarnished reputation is not so widely known among foreign audiences and his drivel still plays overseas.
A few weeks ago, I saw a program from Japan that featured well known American remote viewers. It was not the first show that I've seen on Japanese TV about remote viewing or dowsing. I saw at least two others in the past few years. However, the most recent show had a segment in which Mr Amazing was explaining to the interviewer that remote viewing is all smoke and mirrors and there really isn't any such thing as "remote viewing". It's all trickery and illusion according to a man who couldn't perform a convincing illusion if his life depended on it. After seeing the show, my wife asked me if I had ever heard of Randi before and I said "Yea, I know who he is". It wasn't worth saying more.
By the way, I recall reading something less than complimentary about Mr Amazing in one of Dr. John Coleman's books. It may have been his most recent book on Tavistock. It may have been in relation to debunking the late Peter Herkos or possibly Uri Geller. The Illuminati doesn't want you to believe in such things as they depend on their humanist/materialist mindset to weave their webs of woe. If you knew that everything you perceive with your senses is merely illusion and a product of thought-creation, then you might start using your thoughts to create your way out of their ensnaring plots. And we can't have that, now can we?.
Subject: From James Randi's website
Date: Sun, May 13, 2007 12:34 pm
: YOU CAN MISS THIS ONE
Quite different is the material at educate-yourself.org/ct/ This is an incredible
example of totally crapiola "science" at its worst. Experience it just to see how
poorly some people can use the brain they were born with, to create delusions and
nonsense that they actually take seriously?
Subject: this website exists
Date: Sun, May 13, 2007 10:00 am
I'm sure you've already received plenty of email from those linked from
randi.org, so I apologize for possibly sounding like a broken record but:
Doesn't the very existence of this website prove beyond a shadow of a doubt that
there's no giant governmental New-World-Order Illuminati blah blah blah conspiracy?
If they're willing to murder 85% of the world's population, killing you or at the
very least removing your website with all this "truth" could hardly be considered
"Doesn't the very existence of this website prove beyond a shadow of a
doubt that there's no giant governmental New-World-Order Illuminati blah
blah blah conspiracy? "
If that's the limit of your perception, acumen, and intelligence, then God help you. You have a long and bumpy road ahead.
God Bless and good fortune, Ken
Subject: Check out <Court Orders Quackbusters Barrett and Polevoy to Post $433,715.93>
Date: Tue, May 15, 2007
The "quackbusters" (http://www.quackpotwatch.org/WisconsinWar/who_are_these_so.htm) have been trying,
desperately, to raise money for the court
actions they're involved in - both for offense and defense - and they don't seem to be doing well. One of their supporters, a magician who calls himself "The
Amazing Randi," has vowed to raise money for them - but doesn't seem to be successful.
Here's a tidbit on Randi. You'd think now that Quackbusters have been
exposed for absolutely false accusations and attacks against anything alternative that this guy would want to distance himself. Just goes to show you who he wants to align himself with.
What's amazing is that this guy is so thick.
Keep on keeping on my friend, the world needs more Adachi's and less Randi's.
Subject: Ken Adachi Makes The (Un)Amazing James Randi's Hit List
Date: Tue, May 15, 2007
I've met him. He's a quack. MOST people would agree. I'd take that has an honor.
making his list) ;-)
Have a great day Ken.
Subject: Randi's co-horts and me.
Date: Tue, May 15, 2007 8:07 am
I'm going to add ALOT of links to you in the future. I think I sent you my blog
once. You seemed to like it.
Anyway...Have a great day Ken.
Blessing and love to you and your family.
Subject: The (Un) Amazing Randi - Interesting Thread at randi.org
Date: Thu, May 17, 2007
I was reading through an interesting thread over at: http://forums.randi.org/ and
saw this thread getting some attention.
This person (swift) stired up quite a storm. Some of the material this person
claims seems a little far-fetched but still, a very entertaining topic. He mentions
(Ken Adachi) in this thread however, when I went back to access the thread, most of
the entire topic had vanished.
"Perhaps you mistake my efforts for hostility but believe me, I have been rather
soft in my methods compared to what Ken Adachi will have to write about Mr. Randi
should he continue sticking his nose in where he is far out of his own field of
endeavor. I've known Ken for some time and although I do not partake to all his
ideas, I can tell you that I came here to help YOU lost souls and NOT Randi.
However, ignoring the truth or the negative can be a lot like debt, it can catch up
with you in the end. And if Randi wishes to attack Ken or anyone else calling and
labeling them as "an incredible example of totally crapiola "science" at its
worst.", then of course Randi may have to explain himself a little better than his
feeble Edgar Cayce rebuttals. I could write a far better rebuttal on Cayce, if I so
chose and dare not call myself ?AMAZING?. "
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