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-- Posted by sofie21 at 9:27 am on Jan. 9, 2017

do you believe in psychics?

-- Posted by Russ1 at 9:59 am on Jan. 9, 2017

I never consulted one, but most of what I have read indicates that practically none of them are real. I saw a special on tv once where they showed how the subject could be manipulated into revealing information about themselves that the "psychic" then predicted. It was all about body language, facial expression, eye movement. The "psychics" were just very good at picking up these non-verbal, unconscious communications. Also they generally gave somewhat generic prophesies that the people wanted to shape to fit their situation. I guess it depends on what you want to believe. There are people who swear that some psychic exactly predicted something or other.

-- Posted by Jock F at 7:59 pm on Jan. 9, 2017

Quote: from sofie21 at 9:27 am on Jan. 9, 2017

do you believe in psychics?

I Absolutely do NOT believe in psychics.  

Psychic can NOT Predict the Future!

What needs do you have to go to a psychic, please elaborate, if you do not mind.


-- Posted by livingalie at 4:00 am on Jan. 11, 2017

Ehhhh no

-- Posted by solitaire at 9:55 am on Jan. 14, 2017

Not psychics but I do believe in supernatural mediums (those who see the dead)

2 psychics told me that I would be dating a blind woman which is kinda interesting to say the least

-- Posted by MorningStar at 8:46 am on Jan. 17, 2017

An old friend of mine was claimed by many to be a psychic (when they were just manipulating the minds of the desperate or weak-willed).  She's pretty beloved by that crowd.

My aunt claims psychic powers over local TV and does sťances and exorcisms and speaks to the spirits with natural things around the state, like peyote and soul animals and the power of minerals.  But she's just totally insane.  At least the people who think I'm a psychic, well, they just don't understand my search methods.  Call it cyber-mancy IFF y'all want.

It's not called stalking, it's called being observant, curious, and inquisitive and it's harmless most of the time.  It's called being a fly on a wall or social network or whiteboard - you observe, but don't get involved, don't break into their accounts and shit.  Public posts are free game and are telling enough to feign ESP for the good of others.