Kevin Cook


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Kevin Cook

Kevin Cook’s Bio

Kevin Cook is the host of The Kevin Cook Show.

Kevin Cook is a student of the paranormal and a former minister. Upon converting to Catholicism he experienced some very moving paranormal events. This encouraged him to investigate Marian apparitions, a topic that had always interested him.

He has a B.A. from Upper Iowa University, a Masters in Theology from a protestant seminary, and he has been accepted at the Franciscan University Graduate School of Theology.

Kevin Cooks Research into Marian Apparitions

Paranormal researcher specializing in Catholic Mysticism, Kevin Cook discussed various sightings and appearances of the Virgin Mary, including the Fatima incident in Portugal, the miracle cures at Lourdes, the mass witnesses and photos in the Zeitoun district of Cairo, Egypt, and the 1531 vision of the Virgin in Guadeloupe, Mexico. He first got interested in this subject when he encountered the strong smell of roses at a shrine in upstate New York (there were no roses there). According to the Catholic Church, this type of phenomenon is known as “the odor of sanctity.”

With the apparitions of Mary, sometimes she is silent, other times she communicates with certain people, such as the young girl at Fatima. The apparitions or strange lights at Zeitoun began in 1968 near the Coptic Orthodox Church, and were seen by thousands. There was press coverage in such publications as Stern, Paris Match, and the New York Times,he detailed. More recently, in a small village named Medjugorje, six people or “visionaries” are said to receive messages from the Virgin Mary, and the Catholic Church has been investigating their authenticity. There is also a man in Brazil, Pedro Regis, who has posted predictive messages he says he receives from “Our Lady of Peace,” and some of these predictions have been startlingly accurate, said Cook.

On occasion, demonic entities have created false apparitions to trick people, he noted. The genuine Marian apparitions express the underlying idea that God cares about us, and throughout various eras Mary has conveyed different messages for specific time periods, Cook commented. He also shared some of his research into other paranormal phenomena connected with Catholicism, such as Saints that could levitate, a deceased saint whose voice is still heard singing in a convent, and a statue of the Virgin Mary in Japan, said to weep real tears.

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