Skip to comments.Portrait of a Spiritual Killer: George Felos, in His Own Words
Posted on 07/05/2005 6:18:13 PM PDT by Aussie Dasher
I dont believe I have some kind of extraordinary spiritual sense, but something alerted me the very first time I saw George Felos, the lawyer responsible for killing Terri Schiavo: Something is deeply wrong with this man. Very deep, and very wrong.
I had no such spiritual warning on the radar in viewing Michael Schiavo. He looked like the kind of man who could kill his wife. And he did. On March 31, 2005, he successfully starved and dehydrated Terri Schindler Schiavo to death. Cold-blooded murder, but entirely transparent.
Michael was one of those intensely jealous, intensely violent types. In February 1990, Terri collapsed at home when oxygen was cut off to her brain. Michael claimed she had a potassium imbalance. A neurologist later testified that she had suffered a neck injury, the kind you get when someone tries to strangle you. To this day, doctors do not agree on the real cause of her collapse. Nevertheless, Michael was able to win a big medical malpractice court settlement$1.5 millionvowing he needed the money to care for his beloved and now-damaged wife. As soon as he got the money, he began to try to kill her by depriving her of all medical treatment and rehabilitation. He finally finished her off with the death-camp treatment: no food, no water.
Cold-blooded murder, sanctioned by the state of Florida, watched by millions. Horrible; but again, quite transparent. Michael wanted the money. His wife, Terri, had to die for him to get it. And so he hired a right-to-die expert, lawyer George Felos.
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Hey Dasher! Creepy post! It sounds almost like the demon posessed people in the Frank Perreti books. A truly evil man.
Good article. Thanks for the post. Felos is a freak.
NOBODY can tell me Satan is not behind all this.
Totally gave me chills! This man is one sick twisted soul. He will surely burn in hell if he doesn't turn from his murderous ways!
Nevertheless, Michael was able to win a big medical malpractice court settlement $1.5 million vowing he needed the money to care for his beloved and now-damaged wife. As soon as he got the money, he began to try to kill her by depriving her of all medical treatment and rehabilitation. He finally finished her off with the death-camp treatment: no food, no water.
Terri Schiavo was starved and dehydrated and must have looked like any one one of these Nazi victims, who were also deprived of their right to live.
Mass grave at Belsen, another Nazi death camp
|Even Terri Schiavo's body was treated with the same total lack of respect. As if there is no difference between a human being and dirt.|
EVIL. That is the only word to describe this monster, and the court system that allowed the murder before our very eyes. This was just the test case, there will be more. This article is chilling, but necessary reading.
"... sounds almost like the demon posessed people in the Frank Perreti books."
That's exactly what they are! It is a spiritual battle - life against death.
Michael and the vampire Felos came across exactly as this author describes them even on television, and some of the Fox journalists expressed their revulsion for Felos during the times he was describing poor Terri's "lovely" death.
God bless the Schindlers. Their daughter fell into the hands of monsters, and the courts and legislators mostly backed the monsters to the hilt.
As we all know, this is one sick individual. He probably was abused as a youngster (who knows how) because his fixation with death is real and his softspokenness belies a deep white-hot anger. Unless and until he gets help, he remains a dangerous monster.
BTW his writing style is puerile and pompous. But maybe that's just me.
Thanks for the ping Dasher, well worth the time to read, recommened.
Stalin was also an apostate from Holy Orthodoxy.
He's a psycho and chillingly evil. And apparently twisting the law to sate his appetite for death, death visited upon people at his whim. Kevorkian wasn't even that diabolically clever.
This comparison is an insult to convicted murderer Kevorkian, who made doubly and triply sure his victims wanted to die, and were terminal. He would not touch a case when the wish to die was hearsay from an interested party who had deserted his spousal duty, and the victim was not terminal. Yet these were circumstances of Terri's killing.
We had some threads on quotes comparing lines from George Felos' book to some writings from Hitler. Can't remember which thread or the works being compared off hand. But the philosophies were the same. Almost quoted word for word.
Further, Jeb blames Terri for the difficult time her family went through because there was no living will.*** Nice touch, Jeb.
Notice that Jeb says "this" I guess meaning his letter to the editor puts "Terri's forced exit to rest. I don't think so. I called Jeb's office and told his staff it would probably be better if Jeb just stayed silent on the matter because everyone knows what really happened and he's just making things worse. FV
Schiavo case wasn't about politics - it was about life
Letters to the Editor
Published July 12, 2005 On Thursday, I closed the state inquiry into the Terri Schiavo case.
This puts to rest a sad chapter in Florida state history. To me, this was not an issue about politics, but about life. Terri's case is one I was involved with for years - long before it became a media interest - and I was determined to see it through to completion. Although I am saddened Terri had years cut from her life, and I do not agree with all the courts' decisions, I respect those decisions.
Terri did leave us with a silver lining. It is my hope that Americans across our great nation take a lesson from Terri's case. We never know when tragedy will touch our lives. All of America saw the agony Terri's family experienced. That could have been any person, in any city, in any state. None of us wants our loved ones to go through a similar situation.
I urge all Americans to make getting their affairs in order a priority and to let their loved ones know their wishes. My wife, Columba, and I filled out and signed our living wills, and we both feel better because of it. Completing a living will increases the likelihood that a person's wishes are known, respected, and followed. ***It also makes a difficult period slightly easier on family members.
As this trying period ends we can find comfort in knowing Terri is now in a better place.
Gov. Jeb Bush, Tallahassee
We told every leader the same thing and I guess in Florida you can practice law no matter what condition you are in.
Did diva betsy ross have the Greer quotes or tutstar?
See if I saved the Greer quote thread on my links. That's a maybe.
Oops. Felos quotes, I didn't see that thread.
I don't think it was either of them that started the thread I'm thinking of.
I'm going to check out the blogger thread to see if I cross linked it there.
I may have the text in my email outbox too cause I copied it to my friend that spoke with Terri's mom.
Going to check.
I just went to check our blogger thread that Fedora, Velveeta, Nicmarlo and others where we were tracking info.
it was pulled!
Ok, this is the text of his book we were comparing lines from. I'm going to do a google to see if I can pull the thread from this:
Excerpts and Commentary about Feloss Book
Litigation As Spiritual Practice
by George J. Felos
Exerpts from the reviews on Amazon:
About the Jews, George Felos wrote, "The Jewish people, long ago in their collective consciousness, agreed to play the role of the lamb whose slaughter was necessary to shock humanity into a new moral consciousness. Their sacrifice saved humanity at the brink of extinction and propelled us into a new age." (pg 240)
Felos further wrote, "If our minds can conceive of an uplifting Holocaust, can it be so diffucult to look another way at the slights and injuries and abuses we perceive were inflicted upon us?" (pg 240)
Describing the period he was separated from his ex-wife, "that weekend I experienced rage. Savage, unadulterated, and murderous rage." (pg 6)
Felos wrote about his ex-wife, "To her, I seemed unattractive, sexually unexciting, balding, boring, and just not enough fun to be with....she didn't need me anymore. For her, marriage to me inflicted a fate worse than death. She admitted that for the past year or so she had wished for my death, and whenever I flew hoped the plane would crash." (pg 7)
About his anger towards his ex-wife, "I was on fire, fueled by thoughts of bludgeoning and tearing her apart." (pg 23)
Describing the period he was recuperating from his divorce, "it consisted mostly of dreams of being tormented in some inferno." (pg 27)
"Mrs Browning, do you want to die? Do you want to die? - I nearly shouted as I continued to peer into her pools of strikingly beautiful but incognizant blue. It felt so eerie." (pg 63)
"Whatever your opinion about tube feeding, the hard fact was it now stood between Mrs. Browning and her death." (pg 64)
As Mrs. Browning lay motionless before my gaze, I suddenly heard a loud, deep moan, scream, and wondered if the nursing home personnel heard it and would respond to the unfortunate resident 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 in 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, the room resumed its normal appearance, and Mrs. Browning, as she had throughout this experience, lay silent. I knew without a doubt what had transpired was real and dispelled the thought as intellects attempt to assert its own version of reality.
While on a plane trip, Felos thought "I wonder what it would be like to die right now?" (pg 181)
Felos felt that God told him, "You are more powerful than you realize." (pg 182)
About the Estelle Browning case, "I still got a kick that evening seeing myself on the TV news, notwithstanding my frequently displayed countenance in the media of late."
"If I had to urinate, I didn't wait until the next commercial, I immediately got up and went. On the first urge to defecate, I left for the bathroom rather than making one more phone call." (pg 292)
"I can truly say my wife was enamored with me. I suppose power and success really are potent aphrodisiacs-as my spouse had made particularly evident our previous night at the Governor's Inn. " (pg 246)
Copied from Shadow Rose:
George Felos is not just a lawyer for Michael Schiavo in this right to die case. He heads a religious organization that believes death by dehydration and starvation is a religious solution for the severely disabled. Felos knows this because he hears voices that tell him when someone wants to die this way and this is his gift as an agent of God.
This information comes from Shadow Rose, a small non-profit investigative group incorporated in Idaho that focuses on domestic violence and sexual abuse. The head of the organization, Trimelda C. McDaniels, found this information in Mr. Felos book, Litigation As Spiritual Practice," (Blue Dolphin Publishing 2002) and feels that his role as a lawyer in the Schiavo case is based upon his religious beliefs that the removal of feeding tubes from the disabled are a form of profound, religious expression.
Felos clearly states that he hears voices in his head that tell him when someone wants to die this way, Mc Daniels said. He is adamant about being used by God to help people out of their bodies into the next world by removal of feeding tubes and even willing them to die with his mind.
I'm only coming back with this thread:
It is about the book; but it isn't the thread I remember.
Well, the text does speak for itself though.
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1- an unaccountable Judiciary.
2- whose life is it, anyway? Yours, or someone else's?
3- whose Country is it?
There are other vital issues, of course- but these three will determine just who we really are as a nation.
That's exactly what they are! It is a spiritual battle - life against death.
That came to mind to me too when I first heard of Felos de se. Epic battle of good and evil.
For those who don't know what this is about, I highly recommend Malachi Martin's "Hostage to the Devil."
You're correct .. it is good against evil. They have managed to destroy over 40 million little babies - and now they are going after the elderly or invalid or handicapped.
Only evil people could do what they're doing.
I definitely got the above from past reading. Felos thinking is similar to the thinking of some serial murderers, (which in my mind, Felos is).
The author NAILS Michael and Felos extraordinarily well! Excellent article. Thank you for the post.
Yes, there are others. But the three you picked plus abortion are likely the most crucial.
Thanks for the ping!
We MUST find more progressive and effective ways of fighting this kind of evil.
Agreed- I limited myself to three for the sake of keeping it simple- but abortion is a great evil. My kind regards to you and yours.
schiavo's eyes gave him away as a killer, imo
Look at the eyes of Felos, too, in the pictures. Spooky. They always look about the same, sunken and sinister.
Felos is a lawyer and is pro-death. I expect his eyes to look like that.
MS' eyes are a portal to his guilty soul.
" I believe Kevorkian killed a woman whose only disability was fibromyalgia. That is in NO WAY a terminal disease."
I think I remember the exact case you are talking about. From what I recall, the woman was in her mid 40's. Her and her husband were interviewed on a program like 60 minutes. The husband was all for her dying. I don't remember him saying one word to discourage her from dying.
As I watched that show, I felt the wife was looking for some support from her husband. I believe she wanted him to say - I don't want you to die. But instead, he was all for the decision of death. She was probably despressed due to the pain of her disease. I blame the husband as much as Kevorkian. I've read studies that show, most who opt for death, do so because they feel they are burden to their family. I doubt she really wanted to die. Instead, I feel she wanted her so called husband to tell her he loved her and wanted her to live.
In Terri's case, her parents were called selfish and worse because they wanted to take care of their daughter and wanted her to live. It's like the world has been turned upside down.