Yesterday saw a large increase in visitors to my blog after being linked on Crazy Days and Nights showbiz gossip blog. I sincerely hope you enjoy the rabbit hole.
In my main McKayla article I included images from a furtive social media account run by McKayla last updated in 2019. Asking for trust, I declined to reveal the details at the time but today is the day, together with more details. Because within approximately the past week the account has been deleted. Doubtless someone within CMA, maybe McKayla herself, read my post and decided it was in their interest to remove the account from twitter. It joins various teleseminars disappearing from the Internet shortly after I wrote about them. But now it’s gone I’ll share a lot more from it.
The account shown above was @WeLuvMasterJohn on twitter and its discovery on 22nd November 2019 is something I will long remember. It was so truly baffling, even disconcerting, I couldn’t believe what I was looking at. To discover her secret trove of public MJD love was surreal. Up until that day I had seen little evidence suggesting the extent of her total devotion to MJD.
I can now finally post the full profile picture:
Although I can’t now link to the twitter profile, the evidence is undeniable for its existence. By way of proof: as of today (2 January 2021) anyone Googling the account’s username can still find and open one cached tweet and two cached photos. I urge you to verify this yourself:
Finding the account was simple. I searched twitter for “Master John Douglas” and scrolled down to find old mentions of him. I soon saw a tweet from this account. Intrigued by the account name I opened the profile and was shocked to see the profile picture included McKayla in a previously unknown photo underneath the words “We love Master John Douglas”. Shocked is an understatement as it dawned the account was run by McKayla herself: I scrolled down the profile and saw more MJD adoration in photos, videos and tweets.
I was seeing a new side of McKayla, outside gymnastics, outside whatever fame she has, beyond anything she has ever posted on her verified social media up to that point. And the level of CMA/MJD devotion expressed was unbelievable.
Only 21 tweets/retweets were on the account, spanning 22 December 2018 to 14 January 2019. Most were made on 2nd January. This was during a time when McKayla’s official twitter was deactivated. I’m only going to discuss notable tweets here.
The reasons for the creation of this account and its disuse I can only speculate. Was it abandoned following the death of McKayla’s father on 13th January 2019? Evidentially it was created to show devotion to MJD without using her verified twitter account with 188K+ followers (total at the time). It’s not a normal account anyone would typically have, let alone a 20+ year-old like McKayla. It reminded me of a juvenile fan page.
A crucial observation is the name “McKayla” didn’t appear in any tweets or the account name and bio. I assume deliberate to avoid the account showing in twitter search results for anybody who happened to search her name. McKayla or someone else in CMA had an idea to create this account but was sure to obfuscate who was behind it.
Except there was one buried occurrence of her name on the account. As I wrote before, I suspect it’s no accident it appears only within her MJD testimony tweet image, therefore not searchable or easily noticed. I post it again but now with full context of the complete tweet:
McKayla says MJD cured her of a catalog of complaints: fibromyalgia (widespread pain), acne and a leaky gut. She uses the hashtag #ThankyouMasterJohn which is another way the account was potentially discoverable by anyone looking for things CMA-related.
She says in the tweet that the photo was taken in Chicago (a Midwest hotspot for CMA activity) which seems to contradict her verified twitter the summer before, when the Los Angeles-based McKayla posted the same photo with caption “stay n cool in the valley heat”:
I’m surprised she signed it with her full name. Whatever the purpose of this entire account, it did not receive much attention within CMA or outside. Just a handful of likes plus 3 retweets/mentions were received. Was the account abandoned due to lack of interest? Most followers and followings were known CMA people plus @churchofma themselves who retweeted her once:
By late April 2020, @churchofma twitter had unfollowed @WeLuvMasterJohn and every other account they were following.
At no point did @WeLuvMasterJohn and @McKaylaMaroney follow each other as far as I know.
A zealot yet she hides her signed endorsement of this “miracle worker” who “gives and gives so gracefully” on an insignificant twitter page where almost no-one will see it, instead of posting it to her 500K+ followers on her official twitter or 1.3million followers on Instagram. Why this covert behaviour? Could it be CMA and McKayla are afraid of people’s negative reaction upon learning MJD’s preposterous claims about “master angels” or watching the buffoonery he performs at meetings? MJD would justifiably be laughed out of town like a travelling quack of yore. His plastic “harmony devices” and placebo pendants allegedly with powers to dispel negative thoughts and control dogs would be thrown into the trash.
And remember she puts her money where her mouth is, being a graduate of MJD’s Elite Development course for $10,000+ per 4-day weekend.
Dog Tired of Master John
Two videos were tweeted by @WeLuvMasterJohn. Both previously unseen. The first is below.
When I took this screenshot in November 2019 the video had 36 views. An indication how little traction @WeLuvMasterJohn got. The last time I looked at it before deletion it had barely increased.
Here’s the full video:
They are playing one of MJD’s CDs/mp3s. I don’t know which one but it’s not stated if any are intended for animal use. Being unable to follow MJD’s guidance and all.
Example CD description:
The Master Angels provided a comprehensive package of energetic, spiritual, and physical healing techniques to initiate entity release, drain negative emotions, remove stress, retrieve soul fragments, cleanse chakras, balance hormones, remove spirit cords, activate cells, remove blockages, and strengthen the grounding cord.
Pets are often very aware with heightened senses. They are susceptible to strains on their physiology from the impulses around them such as from other animals, sounds and frequencies in cities, or even electronic equipment in buildings.
The Master Angels create an energetic matrix that disperses radiation, negative thoughts, and negative emotions from a pet’s energy fields. They work with an animal’s immune and nervous systems while balancing its hormones, emotions, and brain chemicals. This helps better care for the loving animals that we share our lives with to keep them healthy, happy, and vibrant.
McKayla Maroney, the gymnastics gold & silver medallist at the 2012 Olympic Games is a member of the Church of Master Angels and is an ardent devotee of the church’s faith healer “Supreme Grand Master John Douglas” who claims he can remotely look inside patients’ bodies across the world to identify and kill viruses by commanding angels.
Furthermore, McKayla believes in her master’s powers to such an extent she is a student of his “Elite Development” course, where he teaches those same powers together with “the scientific proof of God”.
Access to the initial 4-day Elite course is strictly controlled and requires payment of $10,000 minimum. During the last 2-3 years, McKayla has attended multiple CMA seminars, events and visited their invitation-only chapel in Heavenly Mountain, North Carolina. McKayla is believed to have successfully graduated from the Elite course by September 2020.
Master John Douglas (MJD) claims in total he has taught over 400 such Elite graduates to identify and kill viruses within the body using “remote scanning” before calling upon a mystical host of “master angels” under the guidance of the “Supreme God”. MJD is supposedly a world renowned healer but whose genuine biography is a mystery.
The Church of Master Angels make the preposterous claim that aged 9, MJD:
Received a complete clairvoyant activation, allowing full vision of the energetic or spiritual dimension. Higher faculties of remote scanning or sensing of the energetic realm or quantum level is also a feature of John’s holistic ability, allowing him to measure and identify various energetic frequencies within the body and surrounding spiritual realms.
CMA sell a variety of esoteric products claiming to offer physical and spiritual benefit. From “karmic mitigation blessings” to “pet repair discs”, yearly sales of these placebo items bring in revenue of millions of dollars, sent through the supposedly charitable Global SELF Foundation to undisclosed destinations overseas. The church exists only to take money from recruits and provides no real or lasting benefits, no oversight and no charitable projects have ever been supported.
Centerpiece remote healing products Karmic Mitigation Blessings and Silent Faith Remote Healings are $250 each. These blessings are for “remediation and mitigation of a health challenge or a specific situation that is in need of Divine attention or support”. Buyers are told “once requested, the work is done by God and the Masters Angels on the subtle silent levels. There is no written or verbal interaction during or after these remote healing directed prayers.”
MJD is seen in this 2015 video performing a blessing for an audience by using his hands “like an air-traffic controller” to bring his Master Angels into the room:
CMA’s founder and business leader is Christopher Hartnett, ex-commodities broker, ex-gemstone salesman and ex-domain name reseller. Hartnett runs the CMA operation as a profit-motivated business, proclaiming its destiny is a “multi-billion dollar company”, using manipulative tests of loyality:
“… in order to make this group work self-sufficiently, we had to do a test, to show people how they get in the way, to show people how they react, to show people how they are obstructing the natural order of this movement becoming a multi-billion dollar company.”
CMA and MJD know they are charlatans because the following disclaimer appears on every page:
The products and items on this website are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease or medical condition.
The products and items on this website are not substitutes for prudent medical care offered by a licensed medical professional.
Additionally, when applying for the Elite course, the following disclaimer appears, which proves the course is nothing except snake oil and placebos:
I have not been cajoled, coerced, threatened or persuaded by Master Spiritual Teacher John Douglas; The Global SELF Foundation; CMA International Foundation or his/their associates to undergo or partake in any particular knowledge course, training, treatment, medication or substance and that I freely acknowledge that any unorthodox or unusual training, treatment, medication or substance that I may utilize is done with my full awareness and acknowledgment that it is of my own free will. I also fully acknowledge that no representations, promises or warranties, express or implied, have been made to me by Master Spiritual Teacher John Douglas or his associates as to the benefits or results that I may gain or experience as a result of attending any knowledge course, training, workshop seminar and the like. I attend such events of my own free will with no expectation of any health, spiritual or other personal benefits whatsoever.
The disclaimer raises troubling questions about how many ex-CMA members do indeed consider they were “cajoled, coerced, threatened or persuaded by Master Spiritual Teacher John Douglas; The Global SELF Foundation; CMA International Foundation or his/their associates”.
I believe this is the first time all these details have been assembled and publicly revealed.
As I’ve discussed in previous posts:
MJD claims “Our group and my Elites have seen proof of God…” :
Elite course attendees have to sign non-disclosure agreements about what they’re taught. What kind of legitmate church proffering global “soul elevation” does that and boasts “secret knowledge not for everyone“?
Visitors to CMA’s invite-only chapel in Boone, North Carolina lay hands on a “14,680lb quartz crystal” to experience its “divine and transformational energy”
MJD claims COVID-19 is one of myriad viruses and health problems he can prevent and remotely cure by controlling angels with his hands and mind. He says he “discovered” COVID-19 is something called a “multiple viral cell” containing “parasitic worms”. Complete fiction.
In late July 2018, McKayla added without explanation this unusual video to her twitter profile. The link remained there a year later.
This did not attract much attention.
I watched the video, posted on a channel called “Master Angels” shortly after she first linked to it. Perplexed and intrigued, I visited the channel’s website. Some kind of strange church I’d never heard of. And this was how I started researching CMA. The more I looked, the more insane it all was. My research was not regular, months would often pass without me thinking of CMA. Eventually her twitter link was changed and she wouldn’t publicly mention anything CMA related again until much later.
I don’t know when or how McKayla was introduced to CMA but I note she lives in Long Beach, Los Angeles which seems something of a CMA hotspot.
I was able to determine she visited CMA’s headquarters in Heavenly Mountain near Boone, North Carolina for a “Taste of Elite” event in June 2018. That indicated this so-called church meant more to her than than a casual twitter link of a random meditation video. I shall leave the details of this 2018 discovery for a later post.
It’s notable CMA have never pushed McKayla as a member or advocate. I imagine it would get far more publicity than their typical promo video:
But CMA say they don’t seek publicity. Of course they don’t: if CMA/MJD were exposed to a mass audience beyond their control the response would be disbelief how anyone – let alone a young, widely admired Olympic hero – could believe any of the snake oil they preach and sell.
Like many other cults, outsiders predisposed to the core beliefs are selectively introduced by existing members and friends, rather than mass-recruited via a wide net.
If the claims CMA/MJD make were real then McKayla and their other followers would have no reason to keep it exclusive and secret. If MJD’s 50,000 miracles were proven he would be genuinely world-renowned. If he was for real, it would spread positivity not the negativity MJD despises.
Hartnett has said some of his people work anonymously. As will be seen below and in later posts, the handful of times McKayla’s devotion to MJD has been revealed it’s been hidden, soon deleted or carefully obfuscated to avoid undue exposure or discovery by outsiders.
In November 2019 I noticed McKayla had recently liked a number of CMA tweets and followed their twitter account @churchofma. This prompted me to resume looking into CMA again, for personal curiosity. At this point I hadn’t investigated CMA or their followers very deeply.
18th November 2019 is a day I well remember for a discovery I made.
As I wrote here CMA sell a variety of expensive gold and silver pendants on masterangels.org for followers to wear. In summary, the pendants supposedly protect the wearer from negative energy.
Casually browsing the selection of pendants I wondered if McKayla had ever worn one.
So I looked back at her recent Instagram/twitter photos and immediately saw very clearly on her September 28th photos she was wearing one of the CMA pendants. Indeed she appears to be wearing two (plus a smaller heart-shaped necklace not related to CMA as far as I know):
Discovering this was jawdropping at the time. I continued going through her posts. Other photos and videos she posted also showed them, others not so clearly or not at all. Buying and wearing a pendant is not compulsory in CMA but is a key sign of CMA affiliation and strong belief in Master John Douglas’s teaching.
It’s hard to be sure from her photos but McKayla’s pendants look to be the large, most expensive sizes (34mm) so that’s almost $4,000 total.
It’s curious how something can be repeatedly shown to you and thousands of others in plain sight but you don’t it notice until you know the significance.
From that day on, I was curious if and when the pendant would appear next.
Sometimes, her hair was covering the pendant(s) and I wondered if it was on purpose.
At first I couldn’t understand why she would wear two pendants of different colors. CMA’s product pages don’t mention any extra “benefit” double pendants gives, and I hadn’t seen other CMA members wearing two.
Then I had a realisation which is obvious in hindsight. McKayla is wearing her gold and silver Church of the Master Angels pendants in imitation of her gold and silver medals in the 2012 Olympics.
I can’t say for sure this was her line of thought, but presumably she must be aware of the similarity at least.
It was an eye-opening moment when this dawned on me. Just how deep was she into CMA? Did she really believe in MJD’s superpowers?
“Miracles I Can Barely Comprehend”
Later in November 2019, I discovered something even more remarkable which answered “Yes” to that question.
A totally unknown social media account, with few followers, clandestinely run by McKayla as a MJD admiration page. It appears not used since 2019. I prefer not to link it here but will in a subsequent post. I fully understand some might think this is fake but soon I will post more content that undeniably confirms the authenticity, plus the username. For now, please trust the following composite of images is taken from that social media account:
Right (January 2019) McKayla’s testimony for MJD. Personally, this was an extraordinary find. CMA are fond of sharing praise for MJD but have never done so from McKayla. But here she is sharing it herself on a secret account.
Notice she’s signed her testimony with her full name, but because it’s a graphic (Notes App screenshot) it can’t be found by chance by anyone searching her name. I hold this was done intentionally so as not to attract random attention.
I have made some alterations to the left photo to frustrate reverse image searches, to protect my source. If you do know the account name, I ask you to keep it to yourself for the time being. I do know at least four CMA higher-ups are aware of the account.
“I don’t know if I can put into words what Master John has done for me. What do you say to someone who has given you your life back. Who cures the incurable. Who gives and gives so gracefully. Who has time and time again blessed my life with miracles I can barely comprehend.
My life only gets better because of Master John, and he does the same for the next person, and the next person.. and if you let him, he’ll do the same for you!
Thank you never seems like enough.
So I listen to all the tools, (his CDs) to try and be the best person I can be. To honor him, and make him proud. We love you Master John. Thank you!
So, in January 2019 we can see McKayla was full-in with CMA and viewed MJD as a genuine miracle worker.
Tweet Tweet Delete
On 29th March 2020, McKayla very unexpectedly tweeted about MJD:
Personally this was shocking after almost two years off-and-on researching CMA, because McKayla never properly acknowledged her devotion to MJD, at least nothing I saw. Finally she had gone public with her love for MJD. This was far more obvious to her 544K followers than her 2018 bio link video.
Less than 10 minutes later she tweeted some new song lyrics she was working on about COVID-19. This had the effect of quickly reducing attention for her MJD tweets. As can be seen in the screenshot, it got some replies and interactions but nothing huge. But not long after, both her MJD tweets were deleted and nothing more seemed to be discussed about it.
So she had posted that CMA video, mentioned she found it beneficial (but didn’t go overboard on the MJD praise like her covert testimony did) then deleted it for some reason. I’ve always wondered if she was told to delete them because CMA say they don’t court publicity. McKayla’s 544K twitter followers are definitely not the typical audience CMA like to present themselves to.
I made this blog to discuss the insanity of what CMA, Hartnett and MJD supposedly believe and say. I don’t have a fight with casual CMA members, but I want this blog to open your eyes. Be aware of what you’re getting into. Use your rational brain just like MJD doesn’t want you to. It is the higher-up enablers of MJD I criticize most. I don’t know how high up the organization McKayla is but I will show in the next section, she is certainly an Elite.
Don’t Go Chasing Waterfalls
On 27 September 2020, McKayla posted a short video of a natural pool and waterfall on her Instagram story. Her first update for almost a month.
I had a hunch she was outside California, perhaps somewhere in Heavenly Mountain, North Carolina to attend this year’s Elite Development Course announced in August:
A few days after this announcement the dates for the three September weekends were scheduled. Note 25-28th is for “Elite graduates only”:
Boone is the main town near Heavenly Mountain.
I don’t know precisely where the Elite courses are taught. No photos, videos are public and exact details of the course are kept secret. I believe the venue is the CMA chapel and/or the rather more mundane Heavenly Mountain Community Center nearby:
At first it seemed impossible to identify where that waterfall was, to perhaps confirm she was in NC for MJD’s course. Assuming her video was posted same day it was filmed; there was no reason to think it wasn’t. I doubted a direct question would receive a response.
I searched Instagram for “Heavenly Mountain / Boone” location tags and it wasn’t long until I found confirmation:
(Redacted details except location tags, as far as I know these Instagram users have nothing to do with CMA.)
A careful comparison of these photos (and others) with McKayla’s 27th September waterfall video confirms without doubt she was somewhere in the Boone/Heavenly Mountain area.
Later I discovered I needn’t have looked so hard; Hartnett was there in 2010:
Sidenote: I couldn’t find the precise location of the waterfall; there are alot of similiar waterfalls in those mountains. If anyone knows please contact me to satisfy my curiosity. It must be somewhere fairly public and not purely CMA connected, considering it seems a quite well known spot to visit. (Update, 6 March 2021 : location known)
So, McKayla was again in Heavenly Mountain as in 2018. The possibility she was there for anything other than the CMA Elite course is vanishingly small. Remember September 27th was only for Elite graduates.
McKayla knew her Supreme Grand Master John Douglas’s claim he can cure COVID-19 and other viruses but instead of telling us his supposed “truth for all”, she wrote “wish i had words to make things better. hopefully music helps a little”.
More posts are in the pipeline, including further McKayla content showing the depths of her involvement with MJD and CMA.
Pendants are the most notable physical product CMA sells. They’re the principal identifier the wearer is a MJD devotee. Buying and wearing one of these pendants demonstrates you’re deep into CMA and Master John Douglas’s teaching, not least because of the significant cost.
Available in three sizes 19mm, 25mm, 34mm and a choice of 4 colors: silver, rose gold, yellow gold, white gold. The prices range $149.99 – $1949.99
To be clear, not all followers wear a pendant, it’s not compulsory to buy one, presumably not all are willing to spend that much. But it’s very much a sign you’re a serious MJD believer. Like everything CMA/MJD related, the more involved you become the more products and courses you’re recommended, and the more you spend.
Like the $10,000+ Elite course, the pendants are aspirational products.
The design is not original and not even specifically CMA but is important to the Church. The pendant (chain not included) has a low visual impact when worn and not something that would attract much attention. It doesn’t appear out of the ordinary. But once you know the origins, they are easy to spot.
They’re not only worn at CMA events or when using a meditation CD or other spiritual tool. From my observations they tend to be worn day to day.
The design is called “Metatron’s Cube”, an example of so-called “sacred geometry”. Metatron is said to be an angel from the Old Testament but has no specific links to CMA. I’ve never read a proper explanation why this symbol is associated with CMA and I don’t recall any occurrence of the word “metatron” by CMA. One could almost say CMA/MJD have appropriated it
But further general reading on the symbol from non-CMA sources e.g. here and here give a good indication why MJD/CMA use it. It matches well with MJD’s teachings on energy and negativity:
Metatron’s Cube is a symbol that’s meant to represent the journey of energy throughout the universe, and of balance within the universe. It is made up of all the Platonic Solids, but it also has thirteen circles in it to represent the thirteen archangels.
One common thing Metatron’s Cube is used for is as a meditation aid.
It repulses and disperses negative energy while acting as a kind of battery for you to draw energy from. This centrifugal force, even if it’s only in your mind, can allow you to shake off the negativity of a difficult day, and move forward with positive energy flowing into and through you.
However since 2019 the symbol has for some reason appeared very rarely in CMA material. In earlier years it was used often in their social media posts, e.g:
The symbol remains significant for CMA. I consider it their unofficial logo. It also appears on other physical products, such as their “Harmony Repair Directed Prayer Device for Travel” which is supposedly able to “clear the air of negative frequencies”:
It’s a print of the symbol encased in plastic.
The CMA chapel in Boone, North Carolina has it affixed to a wall overlooking the so-called “Maha Crystal”:
Here it is overlooking a seminar, late 2018:
So what’s the deal with the pendants?
A Google search of “metatron pendants” shows CMA are far from the only sellers of such pendants. Indeed, one of the companies found are presumably CMA’s supplier, though I haven’t found one that exactly matches the CMA design. You could save a lot of $$$ and buy a 3D-print model for only $10 and make your own, though I’m sure MJD and Hartnett would frown upon it.
So wearing the design doesn’t necessarily mean you are a MJD follower or even heard of him or CMA, but there is a large overlap between CMA people and people with aligned beliefs who’d be interested in wearing one. The photos on my blog will always be of known CMA people, however. Whenever I’m researching CMA, it’s never long until I see one.
Back in 2017, one of the earliest CMA posts made clear what the benefits of the pendant were; the caption parallels the description of the generic “Metatron’s Cube” I quoted previously:
“This beautiful pendant uses sacred geometry to provide protection from negative energy. Wearing it throughout your day creates an angelic shield against negative thoughts …”
But now in 2020, CMA never post on social media anything about their pendant, and the website product page is far less direct in explaining why you should get one:
The Master Angels can reduce the negative effects of electromagnetic radiation, negative thoughts, and negative emotions while energizing and empowering the immune system, aura, and energy fields.
CMA’s product description above is carefully worded to not exactly say the pendant does anything. Instead it states what the fictional Master Angels can do. I assume this is for legal reasons so CMA aren’t selling unlicenced medical/healthcare products and making claims about them (but see the Instagram post above about the travel device, where their caption fails to make the distinction.)
The fatuous idea being the pendant somehow channels that power to the wearer’s aura in their everyday life wherever they go. This matches what the non-CMA articles linked above say about Metatron’s Cube.
But that’s not all. This post from 2018 reveals the pendants appear to come with a set of “commands” activated by touching. Here the winner of CMA’s “September Pendant Testimonial contest” relates controlling a dangerous dog with it:
I do hope “Stokes Dickins” took the opportunity to recommend the dog owner buy a $149.99 CMA “pet repair disc” to calm her dog. Think of the karmic rewards, Stokes.
Here it’s worn on a bracelet:
A rare example of MJD mentioning the pendants:
“Our healing capabilities … we have devices which I won’t talk about but for our family and our people use your devices, especially wear your pendant and there are reasons for that I’ll tell you later. Use our devices they will work…”
“Devices which I won’t talk about”, “reasons for that I’ll tell you later” how very vague! Wouldn’t want to publicly claim the pendants do something right?
But a deeper dive reveals MJD wasn’t always so cagey about the pendant’s powers, before CMA came along with their “great legal talent” in the form of “top legal mind” Jeffrey Wagner presumably advising vagueness was the order of the day, lest they fall foul of FDA’s Medical Device regulations.
He’s been selling these pendants since approx end of 2011, 6 years before Hartnett formally established CMA for him:
Back then MJD was explicit what powers the pendants supposedly gave with a longer set of claims than CMA now give:
This beautiful tool is programmed to directly accomplish the following:
Dispels negative frequencies including electromagnetic radiation, background earth radiation, other forms of radiation, varying negative frequencies from radio waves, full body scanners, gamma rays and more and dissipates it out of your energy fields.
Serves as a barrier by dis-empowering the affects of any negative emanation from people around you such as negative emotional energy, negative thoughts, negative psychic energy, and negative intentions.
Energizes and empowers your immune system, aura and energy fields to keep you strong and is designed for your protection.
Needless to say, it’s all complete nonsense.
Like CMA’s product page today, no reason is given to buy any size/color over another besides price and personal preference. Except suggesting the 19mm size is ideal for children. However, it is easy to imagine the larger more expensive sizes are privately recommended as more “powerful”.
Back in 2012 MJD also sold a $3,629.99 diamond variation:
Hmm… diamonds are very on-brand for Hartnett, I wonder why CMA don’t sell them.
These pendants must be one of MJD’s biggest sources of income for years.
I’ve not seen evidence MJD himself has ever worn a pendant, which gives impression he considers himself above such earthly tools. Or doesn’t believe in them. I’ve always held he doesn’t believe a lot of what he says, and doesn’t truly believe his “Master Angels” fairy tale.
Then again, maybe it wasn’t MJD’s idea to sell them in the first place…