Written by John Wright
“The historian should be fearless and incorruptible; a man of independence, loving frankness and truth; one who, as the poet says, calls a fig a fig and a spade a spade. He should yield to neither hatred nor affection, but should be unsparing and unpitying. He should be neither shy nor deprecating, but an impartial judge, giving each side all it deserves but no more. He should know in his writings no country and no city; he should bow to no authority and acknowledge no king. He should never consider what this or that man will think, but should state the facts as they really occurred.“ — Greek Writer Lucian
(Picture of John Wright.) It’s true! Self-proclaimed End Days Messenger of God – Dennis Pearce – called me ugly and blocked me on his Facebook! He blocked me after I stated that I did not remember Jesus charging 50 bucks for a physic reading! It might not have been that bad if he was actually good looking — but – as you can see — Dennis might have a face only a mother can love. I usually would not say anything but this guy might be narcissistic enough to believe that he is good looking enough to be calling other people ugly. I am not the only one who does not think he is good looking though. There are many others.
HandgunHD TV: “He looks like any internet creep ever.” “My questions is … is it crucial to God’s plan that His Messenger looks like a homeless truck driver?”
Self-proclaimed Messenger of God – Dennis Pearce – recently appeared on the Dr. Phil show where he claimed to be The Messenger Of God spoken about in the Bible in the end days.
- Dennis Pearce: “In the end of days, God will send a messenger to bring his word …. I am that dude in the Bible.” Dennis said that a “humble man” was chosen.
However – Ladies and Gentlemen of the Court of Public Opinion – I visited his Facebook page right after the Dr. Phil show and Dennis was anything but humble or resembling God’s Messenger. He was in fact the complete opposite of humble. That’s because I witnessed him with a cigarette in his mouth calling people on his Facebook Live repulsive curse names. He is rude. He is arrogant. He is disrespectful. He is repulsive. It’s ultimately the reason that I have concluded that the self-proclaimed Messenger of God might have forgot to read the Bible before he announced he was God’s Messenger. That’s because the scriptures — correct me if I am wrong — clearly state that we should not talk or act this way. Especially if you are claiming to be the Messenger of God mentioned in the Bible.
- Proverbs 8:13: “To fear the Lord is to hate evil; I hate pride and arrogance, evil behavior and perverse speech.”
- Ephesians 4:29: “Do not let any unwholesome talk come out of your mouths, but only what is helpful for building others up according to their needs, that it may benefit those who listen.”
- Colossians 3:8: “But now you must put them all away; anger, wrath, malice, slander, and obscene talk from your mouth.”
- There are also many other scriptures that talk about this kind of unacceptable behavior. — Scriptures.
Therefore – as you can see — it appears that God’s Messenger didn’t get the message.
Class B misdemeanor:
New York State Law (165.35) Fortune Telling — A person is guilty of fortune telling when, for a fee, he claims or pretends to tell fortunes with use of powers, to answer questions or give advice on personal matters or to exorcise, influence or affect evil spirits.
Penalties Per Occurrence:
- Max 3 months imprisonment.
- Max $500 fine.
This is when Dennis potentially lied to Dr. Phil. That’s right! God’s Messenger potentially lied! Dennis said – “I’m not charging a fee.” Dennis Pearce told Dr. Phil that he does the readings for free all over Facebook Live and there is no fee involved. This even though he has his prices listed on the internet.
Please allow me to submit Exhibit A. It is a price list that Dennis has posted on the internet. — See price list I doubt this guy has ever consistently made $100 an hour anywhere he has worked previously. Now he seems to think he is worth doctor or lawyer money! Unbelievable! Also — can you imagine if Jesus had a price list with a Valentines Day Special? Dennis Pearce might more resemble the money changers in the Bible rather than The Messenger of God!
Please allow me to submit Exhibit B. It is a video Dennis Pearce made yelling at his supporters for not paying him. Please notice the part where he calls them “fucking morons.” The video makes it clear that he does indeed charge a fee.
Dennis Pearce Video: “God’s offering you help in your life right now and for a stinking 50 dollars you ain’t going to come get that!? Are you a fucking moron!?”
Please allow me to submit Exhibit C. It is the Dr. Phil show where Dennis said the following:
Dennis Pearce: “I do have to be paid for my time. If your car needs work ….you are going to pay that guy – right?”
Therefore — Ladies and Gentlemen of The Court of Public Opinion — it appears that the self-proclaimed Messenger of God might be a liar.
The Dennis Pearce “spirit readings” are completely disappointing and completely ridiculous. That’s because Dennis makes it sound like God does not have the upgraded iphone and there is a bad connection or something. He acts like he is hearing something but just can’t make out what God is saying. This leads him to ask the client for clarification about something he probably should already know if he is indeed communicating with God. That’s because – correct me if I am wrong – but Moses did not have this problem when speaking to God. Moses was not like – “Pharaoh! God has chosen me to talk to you! I am a Messenger of God! I keep hearing something to do with water! Do you have any water problems right now? Why do I get a feeling there is a person who has a big house? Do you know anyone with a big house?”
At one point Dennis Pearce tells the client in the Youtube below at 12:57 that someone has been talking behind her back. However — even considering that Dennis says that God is talking directly to him — he seems to have a hard time coming up with a name. Then at 30:29 Dennis tells the client something has to be straighten out with a sister. There was only one problem. The client did not have a sister.
Psychic medium Dennis Pearce live session with Donna from UK:
I guess you can fool all the people some of the time, and some of the people all the time, but you cannot fool all the people all the time. That’s because there was absolutely nothing amazing about this reading. It just seemed to be a game of hit and miss questions and Dennis guessing. He was also wrong several times in the recording. This is even though he claims he has a %100 accuracy rate.
Some professionals might say that Dennis Pearce is using cold reading techniques. Cold reading is a set of techniques used by mentalists, psychics, fortune-tellers, mediums, illusionists (readers), and scam artists to imply that the reader knows much more about the person than the reader actually does. Without prior knowledge, a practiced cold-reader can quickly obtain a great deal of information by analyzing the person’s body language, age, clothing or fashion, hairstyle, gender, sexual orientation, religion, race or ethnicity, level of education, manner of speech, place of origin, etc. Cold readings commonly employ high-probability guesses, quickly picking up on signals as to whether their guesses are in the right direction or not, then emphasizing and reinforcing chance connections and quickly moving on from missed guesses. Psychologists believe that this appears to work because of the Forer effect and due to confirmation biases within people.
It is important to mention that Dennis Pearce does not like it when people come to his Facebook and put his claims to the test. This is even though the Bible encourages us to test all inspired expressions of God.
1 John Chapter 1:4 — “Beloved ones, do not believe every inspired expression, but test the inspired expressions to see whether they originate with God, because many false prophets have gone forth into the world.”
Dennis failed my test for several reasons:
- Dennis Pearce potentially lied on the Dr. Phil show about charging a fee when he found out it was illegal. A true Messenger of God would have never lied.
- Dennis Pearce was calling people “pussies” and “bitches” and “fucking morons” when I went to his Facebook after the Dr. Phil show. He is basically a cussing prophet. Not just any cussing though; repulsive cussing. I think we all know a true Messenger of God would never talk this way to people. He resembles no one in the Bible who was ever chosen.
- Dennis Pearce claims that he is 100% accurate with his readings. This is even though the Dr. Phil show proved this is not true.
- Dennis Pearce claims that God picked a humble man. There is nothing humble about Dennis Pearce. He is rude. He is arrogant. He is disrespectful. He displays repulsive behavior.
- Dennis Pearce is like the money changers in the Bible. He is trying to make money off of God’s people.
- There is no evidence in the Bible that any person chosen by God gave readings for a fee. Dennis would be the first.
- Dennis Pearce gives readings as though he has a bad cell phone connection with God and he can’t hear the words clearly. However — if Dennis was a true Messenger of God — I’m sure God would have sent him a updated Iphone with clear reception.
- The Messenger of God is sometimes smoking during the readings.
- Valentine’s Day Special — I sincerely doubt that Jesus or God’s Messenger would have refereed to a pagan holiday in their price list. — Like Christmas, Easter, Halloween, New Year’s and other holidays of this world, St. Valentine’s Day is another attempt to “whitewash” perverted customs and observances of pagan gods and idols by “Christianizing” them. As innocent and harmless as St. Valentine’s Day may appear, its traditions and customs originate from two of the most sexually perverted pagan festivals of ancient history: Lupercalia and the feast day of Juno Februata. — Source Article
- In one of his Youtubes Dennis says — “I do this all for God and not for me.” — Youtube However – clearly — if Dennis is charging $50 for thirty minutes and $100 an hour –he is doing it for himself too.
- As Dr. Phil pointed out on his show: Leviticus 19:31: “Do not turn to mediums or seek out spirits, for you will be defiled by them. I am the LORD your God.” Dennis refers to himself as a “psychic medium.”
Therefore — Beloved — as you can see Dennis does not sound like the End Days Messenger of God. Especially when you consider how some professionals might say that Mr. Pearce looks more like a potential schizophrenic narcissist who hears voices. So please do not be fooled into giving this potential wolf in sheep’s clothing any of your money. Please instead help save victims in the future by reporting Dennis Pearce to the New York Attorney General for potentially being in violation of New York State law 165.35. Please attach this article to your complaint. — File Complaint You may also contact her office directly by sending her an email with this article attached. — Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Please also contact us if you are a victim and interested in being part of a potential class action lawsuit in the future.
Ezekiel 13:1 — 1 Then this message came to me from the Lord: 2 “Son of man, prophesy against the false prophets of Israel who are inventing their own prophecies. Say to them, ‘Listen to the word of the Lord. 3 This is what the Sovereign Lord says: What sorrow awaits the false prophets who are following their own imaginations and have seen nothing at all!’
Dennis Pearce: “I have communication with Spirit. I am the only one in the world who has this ability where I can actually speak to Spirit 24 hours and seven days a week. What happens is God shows you to you. I am God’s messenger.”
Therefore — Ladies and Gentlemen of the Court of Public Opinion — I guess in the end God might have finally shown Dennis Pearce to Dennis Pearce with this article. That’s because — “You did not see what was, Dennis. You saw what you wanted to see.”
OTHER DENNIS PEARCE MATERIAL ONLINE: