Opray Winfrey, scam accomplice
Here's a great piece from Newsweek about Oprah Winfrey and how, shall we say, receptive she is to the claims of scam artists, frauds, and all-around soft headed alarmists.
It might not seem important, but she is followed so religiously by so many millions of women that we really shouldn't sit back in silence.
Here's an example:
According to The Secret, however, the Law of Attraction can use the vibrations of the universe to deliver more than just bubbles. The book that Oprah urges everyone to live by teaches that all diseases can be cured with the power of thought alone: "The question frequently asked is, 'When a person has manifested a disease in the body temple … can it be turned around through the power of "right thinking"?' And the answer is absolutely, yes." The book then offers the testimonial of a woman identified as Cathy Goodman. "I was diagnosed with breast cancer. I truly believed in my heart, with my strong faith, that I was already healed. Each day I would say, 'Thank you for my healing'." Goodman watched "very funny movies" to make herself laugh. "From the time I was diagnosed to the time I healed was approximately three months. And that's without any radiation or chemotherapy."
You should read the whole article. Maybe it's going too far to say that, whatever advice Oprah Winfrey gives, do the opposite, but maybe not by much.