Saturday, July 28, 2012

Arthur Ferdig's Bottled Angel Tears




"Angel Tears" is an All-Natural
Bio-Trace Mineral Tincture in
Colloidal Form.
Available in 1-ounce bottles (30ML) at
$19.95 per bottle (includes handling and
shipping within the U.S.).

If you thought Armstrongism couldn't get any stupider, behold Arthur Ferdig.  Prior to his conviction for running a 100 million dollar ponzi scheme, he was selling bottled water that had dripped through volcanic rock.  Ferdig named that product Angel Tears because in his conversations with "angel" Metatron and a myriad of other "angels" they told him what to name the water  because of the medicinal values of the water.  Apparently these angels sit around in volcanic clay mud packs to replenish their bodies vitality.

The name was given by Angels as an expression of their compassion for today's low-vibrational condition of man and earth. They continually esteem the clay's vitality and encourage its use.  

At around $250.00 a year for this it must be pretty profitable!  I imagine this is also along the same line of naturopathic "drugs" that Prophet Thiel sells in his practice.  Maybe Thiel can sell this for Ferdig while he is in prison.


In another link on his site Ferdig proclaims this:


In short, if you are a truth-seeker, this site was prepared with you in mind. Further, you are visiting this site because you were meant to do so. That is an amazing truth in itself!

Yes, you are reviewing it for a reason. Spirit energy makes no mistakes. Your mouse or web-browser didn't somehow "drop" you here by accident. Nothing happens by accident. You are here because your energies, coupled with other unseen spirit energy, brought you and this website together. Energy is working dynamically in your life, even though you may be totally unaware of this reality.

Really?

7 comments:

John said...

Was he talking to an angel or a transformer cause his name sure sounds like Megatron! In any case the poor, deluded fellow has gone completely nuts, nuts I tells ya'!

Anonymous said...

Perhaps we can bottle Weinland and Fertig Tears as a profitable prison industry?

M.T.Tearducts

Assistant Deacon said...

"Nothing happens by accident. You are here because your energies, coupled with other unseen spirit energy, brought you and this website together. Energy is working dynamically in your life, even though you may be totally unaware of this reality."

This is the kind of persuasive, mind-control-speak that con men use to get people to buy into pyramid schemes, Ponzi schemes or schemes to get people to send their "gifts" to TV ministries.

No such things happen. But if you prey on people's hopes and weaknesses just enough, a few of them will be convinced that it was "meant to be."

Shameless. Fertig is where he belongs.

Douglas Becker said...

When Marvin said, "This is all going to end in tears", he wasn't kidding.

Vaughn said...

The more I read regarding the varied fragments that make up Armstrongism, the more embarrassed I become for having let it consume most of my life. The whole community of COGs seem to descend deeper into insanity by the minute. I, for one, am glad to be on the viewing side of the glass.

Byker Bob said...

Are we not men? We are DEVO.
(to quote Boogie Boy)

Seriously, this is so sad. The bad part of this was that back in the day, Art's reputation seemed to be one of the normal, stable Armstrongite. And, lest anyone wonder, there were some in Pasadena who had reputations as weirdos and crackpots that went beyond just being a WCG member.

There is a litany of people who went on to run radically afoul of the mainstream. Murder, theft and white collar crimes, jail, you name it. In some ways, the internet is good because it helps us catch up on positive achievements of some of those whom we once knew, but in others, reality can be heartbreaking.

BB

Douglas Becker said...

Probably horse urine.