New Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Carlton Gebbia is proud to admit she’s a real witch! The London-born housewife explains she practices Wicca and uses witchcraft to get in touch with her spirituality. Although she is proud of her ancestry, Carlton hints it won’t sit so well with her fellow housewives…
Current Category: Religion
NatGeo’s Snake Salvation is reality show that’s hard to turn away from. It follows the leaders of two churches in the south who abide by the signs listed in March 16:17-18. As well as laying on hands of the sick and casting out demons, the verses also say that if you believe in Jesus, you can drink poison and not get hurt, and handle serpents and not be harmed. On the show three people have been bitten and survived so far. Is their recovery the work of God, or are the snakes they’re handling dangerous, but not necessarily deadly?
Breaking Amish L.A.’s Betsy freaked out her castmates when she started doing stuff with candles. Unlike the first Breaking Amish, which had unfounded accusations of witchcraft, Betsy openly admits that she’s been practicing witchcraft for years, and that she’s even had sex with Satan.
During an event over the weekend, former outspoken Scientologist Leah Remini was candid in discussing why she and her family left the church.
The teenagers from Sister Wives have been outspoken about family issues in the past. Now we are learning more about their future plans for their own families… And whether they want to follow their parents into polygamy.
On Breaking Amish: Log Angeles, Devon shows that his mother puts obituary clippings in a photo album instead of photos, and it’s been noted on the original Breaking Amish that just the act of being recorded for television goes against Amish beliefs. Why don’t The Amish allow them selves to appear in photos or video?
John Travolta credits the Church of Scientology with getting him where he is today. However, insiders say that celebrity worshippers such as Travolta and Tom Cruise get a watered-down version of Scientology.
Her parents, who are evangelical preachers, never gave up their views about the dangers of pop music and secular culture in general, and it’s always been a point of strain in the family. Now her dad Keith Hudson is preaching that she’s a “devil child” who needs “healing.”
Richard Dawkins, a renowned author, didn’t mince words in saying that forcing religion on a child is akin to abuse. Do you think he has a point?
Kylie Bisutti grew up in Las Vegas, dreaming about one day walking the runway as a model. Years later, her dream came true when she beat out 10,000 women in 2009′s Victoria’s Secret Angel Search which aired on CBS leading up to that year’s Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show. Following her VS debut, Kylie’s modeling career took off but the direction it went wasn’t in compliance with her religious views, so she quit. Now, Kylie has written a book, opening up about the dark side of the modeling industry and why she retired at the height of her career.