Ozzy Osbourne: You’d Have to Be ‘F***ing Mad’ Not to Believe in Aliens
Article by Susan Knox August 6, 2020 (mirror.co.uk)
• Ozzy Osbourne, 71, the Black Sabbath front man, and his family have a new television show called “The Osbournes Want To Believe” (Travel Channel) in which they share videos of supernatural activity. In it, Ozzy reveals his obsession with aliens and the afterlife. Ozzy says that it would be “fucking mad” not to believe in extraterrestrial life.
• But when asked about the afterlife, Ozzie, who has contracted Parkinson’s disease, says that it is a choice here on Earth. “Heaven and hell is whatever you want to make it here,” said the Prince of Darkness. “For a lot of people, their idea of heaven is hell. They like being in hell.”
• And his belief in ghosts? Ozzy needs firm evidence that ghosts exist. “I am the type of person, if I do not see it myself I look for the trick.” But if a spirit world does exist, Ozzy reasons that “there has got to be a bunch of them in Europe” and the UK.
• Ozzy and his wife Sharon, 67, have been self-quarantined in their Los Angeles home for the past five months during the coronavirus pandemic. With his health condition, Ozzy is considered a ‘high risk individual’. Sharon remarked that “The first few weeks was heaven and then we began to get on each other’s nerves.” The couple have been married since 1982.
Ozzy Osbourne has revealed his obsession with aliens and the afterlife.
The rock star, 71, has insisted that it would be “f***ing mad” not to believe in extraterrestrial life.
He and his famous family are back together for their new show The Osbournes Want To Believe, where they share videos of supernatural activity.
While the Black Sabbath front man has shared his belief that aliens exist, he feels very differently about reincarnation.
When asked if he believes in heaven or eternal damnation, The Prince Of Darkness told Daily Star : “Heaven and hell is whatever you want to make it here.”
Ozzy, who lives with Parkinson’s disease, insisted that for some people, it’s a choice.
He added: “For a lot of people, their idea of heaven is hell. They like being in hell.”
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