Jose Ortiz El Buen Samaritano

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José Ortiz El Buen Samaritano
Birth nameJosé Luis Ortiz
Also known asEl Buen Samaritano
Born(1952-07-28) July 28, 1952 (age 61)
Origin Puerto Rico
OccupationsAstrologer, Clairvoyant, Psychic, Professor, television personality, Witch Doctor, Spiritualist
Years active1964–present
Websitewww.MoreVision.net
 
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José Ortiz El Buen Samaritano
Birth nameJosé Luis Ortiz
Also known asEl Buen Samaritano
Born(1952-07-28) July 28, 1952 (age 61)
Origin Puerto Rico
OccupationsAstrologer, Clairvoyant, Psychic, Professor, television personality, Witch Doctor, Spiritualist
Years active1964–present
Websitewww.MoreVision.net

Jose Ortiz (born July 28, 1952), is a Puerto Rican astrologer and psychic known as (El Buen Samaritano) which translates into English as The Good Samaritan.[1]

Early life[edit]

Jose was born in Aibonito, Puerto Rico and raised by his poor family. His father, Don Enrique was a tobacco farmer and his mother, Mrs. Evarista, enjoyed sewing. They had eight children in total, José being the fifth child.[2]

José Ortiz claims that during his early childhood he noticed that a great power and special divine insight guided his daily work. These psychic visions started appearing when he was five years old and "the beings of light", helped him understand why he was having them. He describes this extrasensory perception (ESP) as beings of light who he identifies as scholars, teachers, lawyers, farmers, scientists, astronomers, archaeologists, and religious beings from another dimension of space time. These childhood experiences motivated his interest in the occult sciences, supernatural, and astronomy.[3][4]

Radio and TV work[edit]

At age 11 he moved to New York City and remained under the care of his older brother, Enrique Ortiz Jr. At the age of 14, Jose was invited to a radio station known as WADO radio in New York where he was interviewed about his special psychic powers by the presenter and actress Gilda Miró. The president of the radio station was so impressed, Jose was given his own show on radio station WHBI in NY. Shortly, at the request of the public Jose was invited to participate with a speaker Polito Vega, along with Luisa Martinez WBNX known as Super KQ, in the city of New York where Jose would predict forecasts, read horoscopes, and offer messages of interest to his radio audience.[5]

During the early 1980s, José Ortiz El Buen Samaritano, began to appear on local and international television. His predictions about politics, natural disasters, entertainment, and many others, appeared on programs on Telemundo and Univision. Programs such as Wake Up America with Giselle Blondet, the show of Pedro Sevcec, Astros Stars, The Hot Seat with Patricia Janiot, the Padre Alberto Cutie show, Saturday 47 Telemundo with the famous Radio announcer Luis Jimenez, WKAQ-TV, and several others.[6]

On November 2011, José Ortiz El Buen Samaritano was parodided in a television special spin-off to TV Ilegal broadcast in Telemundo.[7]

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