AMY WINEHOUSE SAYS NO TO REHAB AND KABBALAH

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Amy Winehouse might be drugged up and out of it a lot of the time but she’s still got some smarts. She noticed a girl on the street wearing a red string bracelet she liked and asked her where she got it. The girl told her it was a Kabbalah bracelet and advised her to go to a Kabbalah center and talk to a rabbi. She offered a pamphlet on the group and Amy backed away ‘No thanks.” She liked the bracelet but not the “spiritual” strings attached.

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Posted by hoodlum on December 22, 2007

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  1. By Tunaswife
    On December 22, 2007 at

    I think Janet should change the name of this to the “Amy Winehouse and Pam Anderson Blog.”

  2. By Lew
    On December 23, 2007 at

    SKANK!

  3. By Anonymous
    On December 23, 2007 at

    I love my Wino!!!

  4. By Anonymous
    On December 23, 2007 at

    A little religion might do her good. What have you got against Kaballah, JC?

  5. By Angel Gabriel
    On December 23, 2007 at

    Kabbalah is a demonic cult of the first degree. It completely leaves out the name of Jesus Christ, Savior of the world. There are many RELIGIONS in the world; these are man-made. The Christian Religion came from above when Christ stepped out of eternity, was born of the Virgin Mary. He came to die for our sins so that all who trusted Him would have eternal life. Those who embrace Hinduism, Bhuddism, Scientology, Islam, Kabbalah, etc. will also live forever, but in the lake of fire of Revelation 20:15. Amy, you are smart not to fall for this false demonic cult. Does anyone disagree?

  6. By Miss Thang
    On December 23, 2007 at

    Janet this story is BS! Like drugged out, coked out AmyWhoreHouse is going to ask someone where they got a red string bracelet?
    Are you sure she didn’t ask this girl where she could get some more crack?
    She should be asking for directions to the nearest REHAD center!
    Really Janet, stop trying to ‘plant” your own beliefs via your gossip blog.

  7. By Oboi
    On December 23, 2007 at

    Send her Lilacs
    Botanical: Syringa vulgaris
    Color: Pink-purple
    Elements: Earth, Air
    Actions:
    For uprightness, lightness;
    Helps those who burden themselves, refusing help from others.
    Set: Medicinal Herbs

  8. By mom to five
    On December 23, 2007 at

    Kabbalah is part of the Jewish religion, it is the mystic part. Not all Jews embrace it. It is when nutjobs like Madonna and Demi Moore take to it, that it became cult-like. Scientology, now that is a different story. That is a cult.Amy Winehouse is a Jew.

  9. By Anonymous
    On December 23, 2007 at

    This story couldn’t be more fake if the girl that she asked turned out be be Madonna.

  10. By kellygrrrl
    On December 23, 2007 at

    the red string bracelet is also an Aonrexia pride/solidarity symbol.
    I’m sure Amy knows this.
    Maybe she wants to pass off her physique as Ano rather than straight drug addiction.
    p.s. The Ano red string is common knowledge

  11. By The Parson
    On December 23, 2007 at

    Amy, if you are Jewish, you can convert to Christianity…see above post by Angel Gabriel. You can become a Messianic jew and be saved. But, flee any mention of Kabbalah. After you have been set free by the Blood of Christ, then you can pray for deliverance from drugs and alcohol.

  12. By Patrick
    On December 23, 2007 at

    All religions are ridiculous and simply about mind control and fear. Fear of the fact there is no life after death.
    I may change my mind on this just before I die.

  13. By Judge Reinhold
    On December 23, 2007 at

    Jews don’t believe in Christ. He was a great magician though. Did you see that loaf turn into a fish? Don’t tase me dude!

  14. By Denise Richards
    On December 23, 2007 at

    According to Kabbalistic tradition, Kabbalistic knowledge was transmitted orally by the Jewish Patriarchs, prophets, and sages (Avot in Hebrew), eventually to be “interwoven” into Jewish religious writings and culture. According to this tradition, Kabbalah was, in around the 10th century BC, an open knowledge practiced by over a million people in ancient Israel, [5] although there is little objective historical evidence to support this thesis.
    Foreign conquests drove the Jewish spiritual leadership of the time (the Sanhedrin) to hide the knowledge and make it secret, fearing that it might be misused if it fell into the wrong hands.[6] The Sanhedrin leaders were also concerned that the practice of Kabbalah by Jews deported on conquest to other countries (the Diaspora), unsupervised and unguided by the masters, might lead them into wrong practice and forbidden ways. As a result, the Kabbalah became secretive, forbidden and esoteric to Judaism (

  15. By Brian birchall, rancher
    On December 23, 2007 at

    According to Kabbalistic tradition, Kabbalistic knowledge was transmitted orally by the Jewish Patriarchs, prophets, and sages (Avot in Hebrew), eventually to be “interwoven” into Jewish religious writings and culture. According to this tradition, Kabbalah was, in around the 10th century BC, an open knowledge practiced by over a million people in ancient Israel, [5] although there is little objective historical evidence to support this thesis.
    Foreign conquests drove the Jewish spiritual leadership of the time (the Sanhedrin) to hide the knowledge and make it secret, fearing that it might be misused if it fell into the wrong hands.[6] The Sanhedrin leaders were also concerned that the practice of Kabbalah by Jews deported on conquest to other countries (the Diaspora), unsupervised and unguided by the masters, might lead them into wrong practice and forbidden ways. As a result, the Kabbalah became secretive, forbidden and esoteric to Judaism (

  16. By edmontongurl
    On December 23, 2007 at

    Traditional Judaism maintains that a Jew, whether by birth or conversion, is a Jew forever. Thus a Jew who claims to be an atheist or converts to another religion is still considered by traditional Judaism to be Jewish. Thus, one’s Jewishness is a technical measure, made in accordance with a standard definition. However, the Reform movement maintains that a Jew who has converted to another religion is no longer a Jew,[9][10] and the Israeli Government has also taken that stance after Supreme Court cases and statutes.[11]

  17. By Brody Jenner
    On December 23, 2007 at

    The study of Jesus Christ as myth is popularly associated with a skeptical position toward the historicity of Jesus, the claim of a purely mythical Jesus with no base in history, sometimes dubbed the “Jesus-Myth theory”. However, study of parallels between the narrative of Christ and other mythological figures does not prejudice Jesus’ historicity, and is open to several interpretations besides ahistoricity:
    1. interpretation of mythological parallels as “diabolical imitation” of Christ (so Justin Martyr)
    2. interpretation of pre-Christian myth as a product of degraded of Urmonotheism (various 20th century Christian apologetics)
    3. interpretation of the Christ narrative as “true myth” (so C. S. Lewis)
    4. admission of a historical Jesus, who is however of lesser interest to Christianity than the Christ myth (so C. G. Jung)

  18. By Anonymous
    On December 23, 2007 at

    8 inches of red string, available at any crafts store for about 5 cents.
    Oh wait, the REAL strings have been blessed by some jew in a black suit.
    Kabubalah EXISTS to seperate stupid people from their excess income.
    Other than cackling (all the way to the bank) over it, I wonder how these shysters “bless” the “holy” water they’re also peddling.
    The fact that Madonna apparently will drink no other type of water should tell you everything you need to know about this religion/traveling circus.

  19. By Anonymous
    On December 24, 2007 at

    She also said no to a steak and chips but she did eat a red popsicle.

  20. By Crockett, Davy
    On December 24, 2007 at

    Brody Jenner: Huh??? What side are you on, Christ or Satan?

  21. By Margot Channing
    On December 25, 2007 at

    Has this girl ever looked more glamorous? An absolute Diva.

  22. By Marianela Hartmann
    On December 25, 2011 at

    Generally I do not read post on blogs, but I wish to say that this write-up very forced me to take a look at and do it! Your writing taste has been surprised me. Thank you, quite great post.

  23. By Strom
    On December 25, 2011 at

    A good non-role model

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