A rather interesting photo from James Ray’s Flickr account. It was uncovered by the astute and prolific James Ray “enthusiast”, Jean D. The press should be using this instead of the generic “James smiling” pic they always seem to have.
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Just like her boss – the alleged new age manslaughterer and star of The Secret, James Ray – Megan Fredrickson seems to think she can run rings around those conducting the criminal investigation.
Investigators granted her immunity, probably expecting her to admit to destroying evidence, as well as clear up some of the conflicting witness accounts.
Incredibly, when interviewed she continued to play dumb, even when they sprung it on her that they had a copy of a voice mail she left, ordering employees to destroy files “before the investigators find them”.
Either she’s blown her immunity by lying, or she is suffering from a severe psychological disorder which erases huge swathes of memory. She doesn’t recall what her boss said or did despite being next to him most of the time. The horrific scenes after the death lodge, which others will be haunted by for the rest of their days, were for Megan dim foggy memories. Even her own actions are outside the scope of her awareness.
In the one hour interview she uses the phrases:
“I don’t know” 63 times
“I don’t remember” 36 times
“I don’t recall” 13 times
That’s not including the countless times she replied to a “Do you recall…” question with “No”.
The latest assault on the English language has been squeezed out by the team at James Ray International, kindly noted by Rick Ross Forum commenter, Stoic.
Presenting information in a misleading or confusing way, surreptitiously twisting the meaning of commonly used words, and using all kinds of other rhetorical manoeuvres are the tools of James’s trade. These are the kinds of linguistic tricks Ray uses to get people to sign their money and lives away, and some of the more obvious ones are on display here.
To be fair to his team, they don’t have it easy. You’re not supposed to notice they are doing it, but when you’re using them to struggle this hard against reality, it sticks out like dog’s balls.
Contrary to many reports, James Ray’s deadly Arizona sweat lodge went pretty much according to plan.
Lawyers statements confirm it. Witness statements confirm it, and as we shall see, contrary to reports that Ray stood around and did nothing amid the chaos, he in fact gave decisive instructions as the first ambulances started coming down the hill…
…Or why they didn’t leave the death lodge.
In the days prior to the deadly Arizona sweat lodge, James Ray hit the participants with a bizarre cocktail of exercises and all designed to scramble their minds and brains, to “knock them off their center”.
Everything Philosopher James Arthur Ray does is designed to look like it’s legitimate, when actually he’s quietly tweaked the process. Hidden agenda is written all over the way the group activities were structured and carried out. It is also the continuation of a process that began with the initial contact with Ray.