Steve Jobs not in Hell but suffering in Limbo

Psychic: Steve Jobs Not Having A Pleasant Afterlife « CBS Seattle.

Vice Magazine recently sat down with Reverend Betsy Cohen, a psychic medium from New York City and asked her about Steve Jobs, the late co-founder of Apple.

Cohen told the magazine that Jobs is “not in hell,” though “he’s had to do a lot reviewing of his life. Right now he knows the lesson he has to learn, but he hasn’t learned it yet.”

She also said that Jobs has “guides” in the afterlife that are trying to teach him that “survival of the fittest is a made up thing,” and that he needed to be more concerned for the wellbeing of others.

Ridiculous and pretty despicable. We are supposed to buy that they are discussing evolution vs. creationism in the afterlife? It’s another clear indication that this psychic is more full of herself than the spirit of Steve.

Once again, psychics exploit the famous and the dead.

When asked for Jobs’ reaction to the mention of Foxconn, Cohen says that Jobs gives her a lot of laughter, “but a lot of harsh laughter.”

Foxconn is the company that constructs many Apple products and has been a source of controversy due to human rights violations.

Is he mocking human rights? If I was Jobs’ family, I’d be livid.

Note this story contradicts the previous story about the aftermath of Steve Jobs’ soul where it was claimed he had been reincarnated as a warrior philosopher keeping a watchful eye over Apple HQ.

Who’s right? I’d bet on neither.

  4 comments for “Steve Jobs not in Hell but suffering in Limbo

  1. Alan Murray
    October 18, 2012 at 2:11 AM

    Didn’t the latest Pope declare recently that Limbo in fact did NOT exist it had never existed and it was a deliberate lie to control the ignorant masses from asking too many questions? Good old “Eggs” Benedict. At least he and the Catholic Church have come clean on this one. Question is, “Where is Steve Jobs?” Resting in Peace, no doubt.

  2. October 18, 2012 at 7:45 AM

    Nothing like the ‘blue screen of Limbo’.

  3. October 19, 2012 at 8:21 AM

    The psychic is obviously full of it, but then so was Jobs.

  4. am_sci
    October 19, 2012 at 10:34 PM

    Well, the Pope isn’t psychic now. Is he?


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