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Have you ever visit a Psychic?


modernist 7 37 United Kingdom
14 Nov 2011 11:28PM
Have you ever visit a Psychic? Can you suggest any psychic in london/birmingham/nottingham/manchester within a reasonable price?

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cantona43 e2
9 890 4 England
14 Nov 2011 11:33PM
I will look into for you
cambirder 10 7.2k England
14 Nov 2011 11:40PM
Save your money they are all as much use as this guy Wink
mikehit e2
5 6.8k 11 United Kingdom
15 Nov 2011 12:00AM
Sometimes I think they are a bunch of frauds and annoyed they con people; sometimes I think there might be something in it and they provide a great comfoprt to some. I need to find a happy medium.
janeez e2
6 1.2k 8 United Kingdom
15 Nov 2011 12:02AM
Went to see that Sally woman off the telly. Hmmmm. Reserved my judgement before I went in as I believed her programme was amazing. Totally convinced of the whole racket afterwards. Took one look at the very large audience and realised just how much money is made from peoples grief and desperation to talk to the ones they have lost. As Cambirder says, save your money.
janeez e2
6 1.2k 8 United Kingdom
15 Nov 2011 12:05AM

Quote: I need to find a happy medium.



Just look at their bank accounts! Grin
strawman 10 22.0k 16 United Kingdom
15 Nov 2011 12:06AM
Easy its a con, but photographing the performer and crowd could have potential.
Tooth 9 5.8k 227 Ireland
15 Nov 2011 12:08AM
I'd like to strike one... Smile
modernist 7 37 United Kingdom
15 Nov 2011 12:12AM
actually psychic and mediums are two different things. I don't have any comments about mediums, but i think psychic power can be true like getting information about future through symbolic images or crystal ball reading. What I want to know from a psychic is the first letter of my future wife. May be its funny to you, but I am looking for a psychic who can answer it, I have consulted with two psychic before, both of them given almost same information about this wife (lol), but they were not so clear, and at that time I forgot to ask the name or first alphabet.
monstersnowman 9 1.7k 1 England
15 Nov 2011 3:54AM
In my opinion its all a fraud and if I had a financial advisor, accountant, solicitor etc whom I relied upon for advice and I found out they believed in this nonesense I honestly would stop using them instantly as I would lose all faith in their judgement completely.
mickrick 10 17 2 United Kingdom
15 Nov 2011 5:19AM
Read "The Attack of the Unsinkable Rubber Ducks" first. It will educate you about the power of woo!
franken e2
12 3.2k 4 Wales
15 Nov 2011 9:11AM

Quote:In my opinion its all a fraud and if I had a financial advisor, accountant, solicitor etc whom I relied upon for advice and I found out they believed in this nonesense I honestly would stop using them instantly as I would lose all faith in their judgement completely.


So it is to be assumed that if you did use some of the people you've mentioned above and if you had used them for many years and if the service that they provided in the past was good enough you would now stop using them as all of a sudden they can no longer be relied upon to provide the same service as they have beliefs that you don't believe in?

I have never been to or have any knowledge of physic people myself so can't comment on what they do.

Ken
digicammad 11 22.0k 37 United Kingdom
15 Nov 2011 9:23AM

Quote:In my opinion its all a fraud and if I had a financial advisor, accountant, solicitor etc whom I relied upon for advice and I found out they believed in this nonesense I honestly would stop using them instantly as I would lose all faith in their judgement completely.


Would you include in that sweeping statement anybody who believed in religion or alternative medicines? How about if they support a football team you judge to be rubbish or they like Skodas?

Personal beliefs have absolutely no bearing on a professional's ability to do their job, unless their personal belief happens to be that your money would be better off in their offshore account.
elowes 10 2.8k United Kingdom
15 Nov 2011 9:38AM
People can believe what ever they like, including religion and alternative medicines. Personally I put my faith in neither. These are not the same as claims of psychic ability or of being a medium. It is a complete nonsense and is aimed at the gullible in order to make money.

I accept some may believe they have powers just as some believe gods talk to them and some believe in what they say.

I predict that life is random and can be very cruel and death is very final.
Jestertheclown 6 6.4k 241 England
15 Nov 2011 9:40AM

Quote:It is a complete nonsense and is aimed at the gullible in order to make money.

Yep!

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