Los Ovnis y La Agenda Extraterrestre (Spanish) Paperback – 2 Nov 1997
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I meet him when he was doing his DWJD (Do What Jesus Did) workshops circa 2002. He is a exorcist who wanted to have a DWJD team in every major city. He wants to train others to be exorcists for a price. To date he has about 100.
His conferences are a hoot! His premises is we are mind, body and soul. All ills both physically & mentally are demonic manifestations. Our bad choices lead to open doors in which the demons enter. Exorcize the demon and the problem goes away.
His books all run in the same vein...demonic manifestations. He makes a good living selling his books, tapes and doing his workshops. Oh and selling his DWJD franchises and coaching sessions. Not to mention private exorcisms. He found his niche!
He also founded a Spiritual Freedom Church in Phoenix Arizona as a "safe place." I live in Mesa Arizona and have been there once.
Had to laugh at the other reviewer. When I knew Bob he was taken a purple pill daily for heartburn and on his second wife.
Bob sees a demon in everything...rock music. souvenirs and UFOS. If he were given the ink blot test, he would answer that is a demon of... While some of his ideas may have some merit; most are way out there.
The books are dull and hardly worth the price. The conferences are a hoot and very entertaining.
Larson is a college drop-out who has made a career of touting himself as an 'expert' in whatever happens to be in vogue at the moment, such as rock music (his only gig of any note was a one-song appearance at a Lions Club convention, arranged by the drummer's father), exorcism (he has actually 'exorcised' demons of HEARTBURN), family issues (he divorced his wife two years later), and now, abnormal psychology (his only expertise must come from the years he spent in psychotherapy). His expertise in investigating UFOs and the paranormal is notable only by its absence, and his main thesis (that UFOs are demonic manifestations) makes you wonder if he should still be under a doctor's close supervision.