Too Much Faith Will Make You Crazy: Spiritual Molester Edition.

It’s not just the Christians who allow their faith to get in the way of common sense and critical thinking. Sometimes it’s the more nebulously defined crystal huggers.

Take for example the following case of a woman who invited what she believed to be a female spiritualist into her home to “cleanse” herself and her two young boys. Problem was the spiritualist wasn’t really a spiritualist or, for that matter, a woman:

Pic of Jose David Morales-Hernandez

Not really a "spritual cleanser." Hell, not really a woman though you'd think that much would be obvious.

‘Spiritual cleanser’ charged with nine sexual abuse crimes – Salt Lake Tribune.

Police have said Morales-Hernandez dressed as a woman and called himself “Nicole Morales.” He claimed on his business card to be “The Divine Master” and a Mayan priestess. He is homeless.

Before the ceremony, Morales-Hernandez had the woman and her two young boys strip down to their underwear, police have said.

The boys said he took them separately into their own rooms, turned off the lights, locked the door, massaged them and sexually abused them, police wrote.

Their mother said the boys acted “different” after each session, the charges state.

The mother called police after the 12-year-old told her about the abuse. The 13-year-old told police that Morales-Hernandez did “unpleasant, wrong, uncomfortable and weird” things to him, the charges state.

The article is very brief and doesn’t specifically mention what belief system the family ascribes to that would require the services of a “Divine Master Mayan Priestess.” You’ll note that the article mentions that the boys acted different after each session implying that it took more than one session before this woman caught on that her kids were being molested. The police are also looking for anyone else who may have been stupid enough to fall for this scam and let their kids be violated to come forward which suggests he may have been doing this sort of thing for awhile.

This isn’t the first time the crystal huggers have gotten burned by a phony spiritual cleansing scam, but usually they just lose a lot of money. I think this is the first time I’ve heard of someone using this particular scam to molest kids with. You really have to wonder just how far out there they have to be not to get suspicious the moment they hear the words “OK, now you guys need to strip down to your underwear and then come with me into the next room, one by one, alone, in the dark, and I will cleanse you of all your evil spirits!”

13 thoughts on “Too Much Faith Will Make You Crazy: Spiritual Molester Edition.

  1. Honestly, I’d bet they’re gay. No normal 12 or 13 year old would complain about getting sex. If nothing else they’re just covering their asses after bragging about it to the wrong person.

  2. I drive by the Utah State Penitentiary quite often, I’ll be looking for this guy. Should not be hard to spot. He will be the one setting all alone in the yard.

  3. That is a shame. The woman probably had some problems with money or relationships or her kids weren’t behaving and instead of looking at the obvious (wow, my job sucks, I need some therapy to find out why I keep attracting loser men, need to talk to my kids more) she decided, like all Americans and the world that it MUST be something else outside of herself and her kids. Because, you know…it is never ourselves to blame, always someone else. When there isn’t a someone else then it must be bad energy…not our own idiot choices.

    Poor kids. I have to disagree with Moloch. This wasn’t an encounter they were asking for. It is like saying there is no way a man can be raped…but they are raped and by women and they do come out scarred by it.

  4. I don’t think the mother should be off the hook in this either. She invited a total stranger into her home, let him/her take her kids into a locked room, clad only in their underwear? That’s some really stupid parenting there.

  5. Did this brighten up my day? No. Did I learn something useful about the universe? No. Why did I read this?

  6. You really have to wonder just how far out there they have to be not to get suspicious the moment they hear the words

    Not much further out there than they have to be, to be a crystalhead in the first place.

  7. “Momma says, ‘Stupid is as stupid does.'”

    This woman can be a “parent” but gays or lesbians should not be????


    And, Elwed,

    Wait! Somebody who isn’t a Catholic priest claims droit du Monsignor?

    Yes, I thought the Catholics had a patent on that. 🙂


  8. This is very confusing when someone leaves a scar on your wrist in the intent of good but ruins your belief system,and you cant figure out who the fuck you are any more when you reach for god.I dont understand this shit.It maybe made up I was young I think.Sorry for anyone who got confused with there self because of people confusing people but i would not pass it on.

  9. Robert

    What the hell are you talking about? The only thing I fail to understand here is what you wrote. I mean what does;

    It maybe made up I was young I think

    even mean??

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