Tuesday, February 25, 2014

Eric King: Fallen Angels (Demons) Are The Cause of Air Turbulence That Planes Experience

Eric King now knows the cause of air turbulence when you have that next bumpy plane flight.  Its a bunch of pesky demons deliberately jostling your plane about so you spill you drink!  Bad demons!  Bad! Bad! Bad!  Stop it!

Freak Air Turbulence…could it be Fallen Angels?

  1. Heavy turbulence injures 5, sends China flight back to Newark | New 

    ‎New York Post
    Heavy turbulence injures 5, sends China flight back to Newark. By Philip Messing. January 17, 2014 | 10:59am. Modal Trigger. Photo: David McNew/Getty 


Anonymous said...

I'm getting motion sickness just reading this!

Corky said...

Yep, it's a demon haunted world. Nobody has ever seen a demon but that doesn't matter, they're there because people's crazy religious beliefs say they are.

Well, at least they finally quit burning witches at the stake...mostly.

Head Usher said...

Does this guy's knuckles still drag on the ground? I think he's got more Neaderthal genes than the average religious freak. He makes Ken Ham sound sane.

Black Ops Mikey said...

Heavy mental turbulence is a sure sign of a con man.

Lake of Fire Church of God said...

Air turbulence that planes experience is an appropriate analogy for the roller coaster ride experience that was known as The Worldwide Church of God. The demons, however, are given way too much credit.

How about just plane (oops, I mean "plain") "cult and man worship" of an advertising salesman who just got too caught up in himself and his fear religion business - which was nothing more than an offshoot of an offshoot of the Seventh Day Adventist Church!

Let's get real, Mr. Eric King!


Anonymous said...

Or...and I know this might sound controversial...but another trial-balloon "theory" is that it could be...wind. Nah, I'm just kidding. It's demons.

Anonymous said...

I remember back in the late 50's my parents were involved in some weird church. They had a book with a drawing of a demon (ugly!!), and an LP of some minister trying to drive a demon(s)out of someone. Unfortunately, I have never forgotten either.


(minushorny)oldEXPCGhag said...

LOLLL...those pics are hellarious!

Byker Bob said...

What an idiot! Since he believes that demons control the wind, next thing you know, he will attempt to stigmatize those who suffer from chronic intestinal gas. That would be the micro implied by this macro.


Anonymous said...

Eric King is fast becoming the Prince of the Power of Hot Air

Anonymous said...

So many demons!
Thankfully, exorcism has been enjoying a resurgence in the USA.

...in September 2000, Reverend James Le Bar, an exorcist for the Archdiocese of New York, commented that there had been a "large explosion" of exorcisms in recent years. In New York alone, he said, the number had accelerated from none in 1990 to a total of 300 in the last 10 years.

In 1990, the USA had only one Catholic exorcist. By 2000, the USA had ten Catholic exorcists.
Just 2 days ago(Feb 24, 2014), the Catholic Church announced that an Iowa priest is the latest of a group of 50 priests who will train to become exorcists in the USA.

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There's even plenty of non-denominational Christians who are eager to help with your pesky demon problems!
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In short, with all of today's exorcism options, there's no longer any good reason to say "no" to exorcism.
Don't delay, get exorcised today!