Wednesday, October 22, 2003

“Right-to-Die” Lawyer Claims Psychic Powers

In his 2002 book, Litigation As Spiritual Practice (Blue Dolphin Publishing), Michael Schiavo's lawyer shows off his looney side:

Page 63 (Felos on his landmark Florida case, Estate of Browning):

"Such a deep, dark, silent blue. I stared as far into her eyes as I could, hoping to sense some glimmer of understanding, some hint of awareness. The deeper I dove, the darker became the blue, until the blue became the black of some bottomless lake. 'Mrs. Browning, do you want to die?...Do you want to die?' - I near shouted as I continued to peer into her pools of strikingly beautiful but incognizant blue. It felt so eerie."

Page 73 (On telepathically “hearing” a comatose patient “scream”):

"As I continued to stay beside Mrs. Browning at her nursing home bed, I felt my mind relax and my weight sink into the ground. I began to feel light-headed as I became more reposed. Although feeling like I could drift into sleep, I also experienced a sense of heightened awareness. As Mrs.
Browning lay motionless before my gaze, I suddenly heard a loud, deep moan and scream
and wondered if the nursing home personnel heard it....

“In the next moment, as this cry of pain and torment continued, I realized it was Mrs. Browning. I felt the mid-section of my body open and noticed a strange quality to the light in the room. I sensed her soul in agony. As she screamed I heard her say, in confusion, 'Why am I still here... why am I here?' My soul touched hers and in some way I communicated that she was still locked to her body. I promised I would do everything in my power to gain the release her soul cried for. with that the screaming immediately stopped. I felt like I was back in my head again."

Page 75 (Felos on his son telepathically communicating with him before he was conceived):

"Before our son was conceived, my then wife and I went through a long and arduous process trying to decide if we should have a child. Given that our marriage was never very stable, the familiar arguments against creating progeny seemed at times hard to overcome....One morning, while still generally engaged in that process, I walked into my office, and about half way to my desk was hammer-struck. While almost seeing stars like a comic book character, I heard the soul of my yet-to-be-conceived child emphatically shout: I'm ready to be born... will you stop this fooling around!'... The voice I heard was distinctly male, and I beamed with the idea I had a son - or was going to have a son - or sorta had a son out there - or something like that."

Page 216 (On telepathically communicating with the comatose Mrs. Browning the night of her death):

"As I always did, I looked into her eyes and shouted to her, hoping for some response or sign. After a minute or two I sat in the chair by the foot of her bed, closed my eyes, and started to meditate. Having 'soulspoken' with Mrs. Browning when we first met, I decided, with a measure of earnest self-inflation, to purposefully initiate such contact. I settled into my breath and noticed all the passing sounds move through my consciousness. As I deepened my relaxation, I reached out with my awareness to see if I could touch her soul-presence. From deep inside I repeated, 'Mrs. Browning, it's okay to leave your body. There is no reason to stay in this body. It is all right to die now.' A few minutes into my meditative encouragement, I was jarred by a high-pitched sarcastic cackle and the words, 'You're telling me to drop my body – and you can't even get out of your head.' Apparently, Mrs. Browning had a spirited sense of humor!"

Page 182 (Felos on his warning from God after almost causing a plane to crash via his psychic powers):

"…’Be careful what you think. You are more powerful than you realize'.....I was startled, humbled, and blessed by God's admonishment."

In our humble opinion, the above quotes speak for themselves regarding not only Mr. Felos’ credibility, but his sanity as well:

It used to be that if someone thought they were Napolean --or one of Santa's elves. or a space alien-- he or she would be locked up in the nearest looney bin lickety-split. But apparently in Florida it's just fine and dandy for an officer of the court to think he's Harry Potter.

If some born-again Christian attorney blathered such preposterous nonsense in public --much less publish it in a book for all the world to see-- he or she would have been laughed out of the legal community long ago.

And rightly so!

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