Brian Scibetta thinks he can talk to god, ask him questions, get the answers, and tell you what he said… for the low, low price of $150/hour.
He says god told him to charge that amount.
I don’t know where to focus my rage: At Brian, who’s (knowingly or unknowingly) conning people; his customers, who are gullible enough to go to him; or King5.com, for publicizing this story…
While the narration mentions that not everyone things he’s legit, no skeptic is interviewed. Instead, we only hear people who think this kid is special.
He’s either completely deluded at a young age and needs psychological help… or he’s pulling one hell of a prank.
I want to call Poe on him… I mean, just look at his website:
It is no “accident” that you have found my website. You are here because there is something missing in your life and you have chosen this very moment to act and to discover what it is you’re missing.
God has gifted me with the ability to help you in your life’s journey.
Among my many gifts, I am able to speak with God, ask Him questions that you have of Him and will relay His answers for you without interpretation, or any change in the message. Because His answers are just for you, they often have no meaning to me.
Your specific religious beliefs are not important. God doesn’t care how you get to Him, just that you do. I can connect with Buddha, Jesus Christ, Mohammad, The Virgin Mary, all of the Saints, Ganesha, and all who have departed this earth, just to name a very few.
I suppose you could have fun with this… Question for God: What is the one true faith? Or get two people to ask questions that demand contradicting answers. Let’s see what the kid makes up.
Or maybe some atheist can put up a similar, competing website and charge $125/hour… all you have to do is say nice, happy things to the customers, watch the money roll in, and donate it all to charity.
(Thanks to Connor for the link)