‘Shaking-Head Prophetess’ Son Calls Her Out On It

The son of a prominent Charismatic prophetess has called her out on her antics – the fact that when she “prophecies” she violently and vigorously shakes and bobs her head, revealing that she only behaves that way when she’s at church and in front of a crowd.

Stacey Campbell, the headbanging healer in question, is described on her website as “a prophetic voice to this generation” who has a “passion to teach believers to know how to hear the voice of God through proper teaching and strong values.” She is the founder of the Canadian Prophetic Council, and “has helped launch prophetic roundtables in several nations. She serves as an honorary member of the Apostolic Council of Prophetic Elders, presided over by Dr. Cindy Jacobs.”

Speaking on the Bible Beaters Podcast, a show where he and co-host Kyle Vestner rip and riff on Christianity with all the knowledge and alacrity of a pair of condescending 14-year-old atheists, Caleb Campbell describes calling his mom and telling her that a well-known YouTuber made a new meme video about her, and that they were going to talk about it, but promises her he won’t make fun of her too much.

After watching the video where his mom goes nuts, Kyle asked Caleb if his mom ever behaved this way around him.

No, that’s the thing! She never just drives the car and breaks into prophecy. Never happened once while she was making dinner. Only in front of thousands of people does this ever happen…In fact…I said, the thought struck me, that ‘you know, I’ve actually never seen her prophecy not at church.  Not once, has God ever come to talk to her…It’s a spiritual seizure. It’s so weird, dude.

In charismatic logic, they will often claim that the thrashing and shaking of the head occurs when the Holy Spirit comes and fills someone up so deeply that they lose control of their limbs and body – an extreme form of possession which strangely never seems to result in losing control of their bladder or bowels. Everything about that video would suggest she’s not filled with the Holy Spirit, but rather something or someone far more sinister.

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10 thoughts on “‘Shaking-Head Prophetess’ Son Calls Her Out On It

  1. It’s a shtick. They don’t seem too impressed though. How does a person get a platform to do that? When the people believe another gospel which is no gospel. The bible is about Jesus. John 5:39 How much do you know about Him? A lot of preaching and teaching happens every week. Consider, what do you really know and understand from the bible?

    1. She just shook her head violently for 5 minutes. I wonder how many brain cells she just killed. What a dangerous and dumb thing to do.

      1. I think dangerous and dumb are just good all around adjectives for the modern charismatic churches.

  2. People who go to “churches” that have these types of charlatans are completely deceived and bring shame to the name of Christ. What an embarrassment.

    1. Shame indeed. “For as it is written, ‘The name of God is blasphemed among the gentiles because of you’”- Rom 2:24. The whole charismatic movement is a worse sham than even the mainline Protestants. The mainliners are the degraded remains of once-faithful congregations. The charismatic movement was invented as crackpot showmanship for cash.

  3. Last century we had Christian women like Gladys Aylward and Amy Carmichael. This century we’ve got women like this lunatic, Paula White, and Kat Kerr. What happened?

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