Lana Vawser claims on her website that it is her heart,
“… to encourage believers in deeper intimacy with Him, hearing His voice,and deeper revelation of who He is and their inheritance.” [Source]
Well clearly Lana Vawser has no clue how to hear God’s voice and should be seen as a false prophet regarding her shenanigans around her false prophetic friend, Amanda Wells.
With the help of another website last year (WeedingOutWells), we helped expose Amanda Wells’ relentless plagiarism leading up to the so-called ‘Prophetic Summit’ 2015 (aka Prophetic Plummet).
We designed the game “Guess Who? Elijah List Challenge: Culprit in the Pulpit” to expose the truth that the Elijah List, Australia Prophetic Council and the Australian Prophetic Summit are full of false apostles and prophets who CANNOT hear directly from God who is a practicing fraud amongst their midst.
When we personally contacted Lana Vawser, rather than look into this, Vawser decided to defend Amanda Wells:
“Hi ____. Our question is: How does one tell if a message has been copied or simply heard from the same ‘source’. We know of many times that prophetic messages appear, that share the same message, even using the same symbols and similar words, spoken by different voices with no possibility of copying. If we hear from the same God why could we not hear the same message from time to time.
The problem with “Weeding out Wells” is it takes no consideration to the possibility that Amanda is hearing the same voice as others. There seems to be no prayerful consideration, just point and shoot.”
You can read her other responses to us and our latest response to her in regards to Wells’ latest plagiarism:
Now Lana Vawser has responded.
We didn’t get an apology.
But we appreciated her flip-flop response nonetheless regarding Amanda Wells’ plagiarism.
CWC has received a response from Katherine Ruonala.