First off, there is a good book out about these and many other people called +quot;Satanis

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First off, there is a good book out about these and many other people called "Satanism in America: How the Devil Got Much More Than His Due", that describes Rebecca Brown/Ruth Bailey and Elaine/Edna Moses quite well. "Bailey was barred from the practice of medicine in the state of Indiana. Among the 17 findings that the Medical Licensing Board of Indiana came to relating Brown/Bailey's compentence to practice medicine were that: "she knowingly misdiagnosed serious illnesses, including brain tumors and leukemia, as 'caused by demons, devils and evil spirits;' "she told her patients, including 'Elaine', that doctors at Ball Memorial Hospital in Muncie, Indiana, and St. John's Medical Center in Anderson, Indiana were 'demons, devils, and other evil spirits' themselves;' "she provided excessive amounts of controlled substances to patients 'without any explanation, instruction, or appropriate charting;' "she addicted numerous patients to controlled substances "without valid therapeutic reasons' from which addiction patients suffered withdrawal and had to undergo detoxification; "The board appointed psychiatrist diagnosed Brown/Bailey as 'suffering from acute personality disorders including demonic delusions and/or paranoid schizophrenia.'" As to Bill Schnoebelen (a.k.a. Christopher Syn), the book lists him under "_Non_-Experts", along with such people as Lauren Stratford, Jerry Rieder, Lance Collins (a.k.a. John Todd), Greg Reid (a.k.a. "David"), and Lyndon LaRouche. The paragraph under this chapter title says: "The following 'experts' and organizations are NOT RECOMMENDED. CSER considers their information to be largely unreliable, inaccurate, biased, and/or misleading. Many of these individuals have been discussed in the body of this report." As to the authors of the book, here is the "About the Authors" in the beginning of the book: --------------------------------------------------------------------------- Dr. Shawn Carlson, the principle author of this report, is a physicist and computer analyst. He is a Scientific and Technical consultant to The Committee for Scientific Examination of Religion (CSER) and the Committee for Scientific Investigation of Claims of the Paranormal (CSICOP). Dr. Carlson is an authority on Satanism and Devil-worship, faith healing, religious miracles and astrology. Dr. Gerald Larue is an Emeritus Professor of Biblical History and Archaeology and Adjunct Professor of Gerontology at University of Southern California. He is also chairman of the Committee for Scientific Examination of Religion (CSER). Gerry O'Sullivan holds an M.A. in Theological Studies from Vanderbilt University and is currently a doctoral student in Comparative Literature at the University of Pennsylvania. Gerry is co-author with Edward Herman of _The_"Terrorism"_Industry_ (published by Pantheon). He is a member of the Board of Directors of the Christian Association of the University of Pennsylvania. April Masche is a nuclear engineer and management consultant specializing in computerized management systems. D. Hudson Frew is a police-consultant on the occult and ritual crime and Executive Secretary of the Berkeley Area Interfaith Council. Rev. Frew is also President of the Covenant of the Goddess and a Wiccan priest. CSER is a special committee of The Council for Democratic and Secular Humanism (CODESH) consisting of scientists and other scholars world wide. Its purpose is the scholarly examination of religious claims. CSER is based in Buffalo, NY, and its publications appear in a quarterly journal--Free Inquiry. -------------------------------------------------------------------

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