a reply to: VictorVonDoom
Now I feel a little bad about encouraging you to waste five bucks.
But I'll bet the question is more important than the answer. Give that some thought.
Nonono....don't feel bad at all.
I made the decision all by myself. I was as curious as you guys are! I started realizing it was bs from the first glimpse ----- and I still went
back at the last minute.
It is very clear to me that she was fishing -- asking me if I was a crafter (yes), saying "this is about someone else, right?" (wrong), and then she
just started guessing what was on my mind.
She had no idea the question was about reincarnation. The question was "is reincarnation real and will I be back?"
Her answers after looking at the tarot cards I selected out of the face-down, fanned out deck:
"Yes. Please choose another card"
"WIll it be very very hard? Yes! Please choose another card"
"Could it fall flat on its face? Yes! Please choose one more card."
"But it won't!"
(to which I replied for clarification "it won't fall on its face?")
"Correct. It won't fall on its face."
Then someone else (another colleague from a different department and from five years ago when I was in a different job at the function) approached.
As I walked away, the lady called out, "Do you know [name]?"
Not sure if she was going to introduce us, or what.
"Yes," I said. I glanced over at the person, who gave a little wave of recognition. They started talking, and I walked away.
So --- it was worth the five bucks, no worries. I just wanted to see what she had.
There's also a hypnotist out there who does stage shows. About three years ago I was a participant up on his stage....while there as a patron and not
as an employee. There was a row of us all sitting in folding chairs, stretching all the way from one edge of the stage to the other.
He did his thing. We all complied (it was to be super relaxed, even to the point of going limp).....and could hear everything he said, quite lucidly.
Yes, we all did the super-limp thing, but I have no doubt it's because we wanted to ---
When it was over and I left the stage, my son (who was with me) asked if it worked (he was 22 at the time), and I shook my head 'no.' "But you still
did what he said," son noted. "Yes, I did."
I really wanted to know how she'd do.......I only shared it with you guys for the entertainment value.
So, don't feel bad. It was fun. It was even MORE fun knowing that I had an audience waiting to hear the results!
edit on 10/18/2016 by BuzzyWigs because: (no reason given)