Do You Consult A Psychic?

@Rozie37 (15503)
Turkmenistan
April 27, 2007 5:00pm CST
Philadephia found an old law on their books stating that fotune tellers could not work for profit, so they were shut down. If they try to re-open, they will be arrested. The funniest part of the article is when they say that they never saw it coming. To me, psychics are not only phony, but lame, I hope they find a better line of work. I don't know about them, but if I was psychic, I would play the Lottery, gamble in Vegas, rob a bank, heck there is no telling what a person can do when they can see their future. The way I see it, what they do could not be wrong, because they are the ones that can see into the future and if they can not see themselves going to jail or hell, I say, why abide by the Bible or the law, live it up.
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@Gummyman (17)
• United States
27 Apr 07
As with anything that can make money, there are a LOT of people that try to exploit it. While I can't vouch for other self-proclaimed psychics, some of which give VERY generalized 'predictions', I can say that the whole thing isn't just full of lies and misinformation. I myself, or at least my brain tricking me, have seen 'visions from the future', such as seeing people before they change their hair color, saying things, etc. Of course, I haven't actually seen lottery numbers yet, but here's to hoping :)
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@Rozie37 (15503)
• Turkmenistan
27 Apr 07
LOL, that is really funny about the Lottery numbers, perhaps you should be a comedian. But, seriously, no matter what gimmick comes up, there will always be someone who will fall for it.
@jene1985 (227)
• Australia
27 Apr 07
well I believe their are genuine ones out there but also so dodgy ones.. The fact is there is no way to prove someone is a fraud in the business. I do my own tarot readings have learnt palmistry and also angels and I have to say I believe more in it then religion but I think its also an area you need to be careful and dont take everything like gospel.
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@Rozie37 (15503)
• Turkmenistan
27 Apr 07
From my understanding, the "real ones," are called "familiar spirits," in the Bible, these are to be avoided at all cost. They work for the devil himself.
@Shaun72 (15968)
• Palatka, Florida
27 Apr 07
Yeah really why don't hey go win the lottory everyday. I agree. No one really knows they truth except for God about are future.
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@bruxedo (773)
• France
27 Apr 07
I don't like them also. Normally trying to get advantage of other peoples fears and believes, turning pains in their own profit, because they can't know the future and they convince others that they are capable of looking into it?..
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