Spiritual Magazine Precognito Examines Likely Suspects In JonBenet Ramsey Case

For Immediate Release

READING, Mich./EWORLDWIRE/Jan. 20, 2009 ---

"It is easier to join in the mass mob feeding frenzy than to put the best construction on all that we see and hear. It is easier to blame the masses than to look deeply into ourselves," says Rev. Robert Eickman Jr., Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod, and Vacancy Pastor of Prince of Peace (Quincy, Michigan). Reverend Eickman is one of several spiritual contributors to Precognito Magazine's January 2009 cover story, which examines the twelve-year-old unsolved murder of six-year-old beauty queen JonBenet Ramsey.

"I'm thrilled to hear that the Boulder County district attorney has recently re-opened this case, as it's bothered me for years, and, in my opinion, is a sad reflection on the American mainstream media practice of 'shoot now, ask questions later'," says Precognito Editor Kim Stempien. "While I understand the need to sell advertising, I think there's a point when the media has to draw the line and say, enough is enough."

On newsstands now, Precognito's January issue provides information on the JonBenet Ramsey case that was widely overlooked and drowned out by the media's feeding frenzy on John and Patsy Ramsey - the child's parents. There was one, fairly obvious suspect that authorities quickly dismissed and never revisited. "I'm anxious to see whether he, and others, will finally be investigated as they should have been years ago," says Stempien.

In addition to occasionally covering unsolved crimes such as the JonBenet Ramsey murder, Precognito has tasked itself with examining mainstream news stories in a non-mainstream way. Readers might be surprised to know that the magazines editor and major contributors, in addition to being professional writers, are all psychic, and have tasked themselves with providing information that might otherwise be suppressed or simply overlooked by other media outlets.

"It's no surprise to us that our January cover story just happened to coincide with the re-opening of the JonBenet case," says Stempien. "Our goal is to stay ahead of the news, and provide insights that readers need to know now in order to protect themselves, and open their consciousness to the truth of the world around them."


The January issue of Precognito magazine - available at Barnes and Noble, Walgreens, and other newsstands where magazines are sold - is filled with new ideas, meditations designed to help readers make a dramatic change in their lives, celebrity predictions, and plenty of astrology. Readers can also participate in Precognito's free online blogs at 'http://www.Precognito.com'.


Kim Stempien (a.k.a. M.W.) is an entrepreneur, psychic and editor of Precognito Magazine. She has been featured on Vh1, Lifetime TV, and has made numerous radio appearances across the U.S. She is available for interviews and will also answer caller questions and address the latest celebrity gossip. Free promotional copies and subscriptions to the print magazine are available for on-air giveaways.

Kim Stempien
Precognito Magazine
(517) 238-5727
[email protected]

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