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Has Anyone Tried Going to a Psychic

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posted on Apr, 12 2007 @ 11:53 PM
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I was just wondering if anyone has tried to go to a psychic and ask them anything about aliens or ufo's? my brother went to a psychic a while ago and so far everything she said has come true, now im wondering if questions can, or if anyone has asked them to a psychic...



posted on Apr, 13 2007 @ 12:01 AM
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All 'what you just said. Be prepared for an avalanche of responses. Best of luck with a coherent provable answer.

[edit on 13-4-2007 by V Kaminski]



posted on Apr, 13 2007 @ 12:32 AM
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lol im interested to hear what people will say



posted on Apr, 13 2007 @ 01:00 AM
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I'm sure some folks will give you an honest opinion. Some in the psychic field are charlatans without doubt and may have nefarious predatory motives. Use a little common sense and you'll do fine.



posted on Apr, 13 2007 @ 01:47 AM
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I'm not psychic but I do read tarot cards for friends, and sometimes I am dead on about things. But with anything like this once you hear it you then begin to look for the prediction to come true and eventually something will happen that can fit the prediction.

I once went to a card reader myself and she gave me good advice, she said my husband did not want me to spend a dime and the only way to break him of that was to go on a shopping spree. since she was right hubby got mad if I spent money on anything and I never got myself anything, I went shopping and it was really fun just like she predicted. LOL



posted on Apr, 13 2007 @ 01:49 AM
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Here is the opinion from one major name:
www.abovetopsecret.com...

Not many take her serious.

Seems like everyone has a varied opinion, even those in this type of "work".



posted on Apr, 13 2007 @ 04:33 AM
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perdurabo10.tripod.com...
yeah, its a little much. You will be looking for Aaron Donahue-especially the 72 aliens.
perdurabo10.tripod.com...
he has done some neat stuff on t.v., has made some interesting predictions....


[edit on 13-4-2007 by jetflock]



posted on Apr, 13 2007 @ 05:53 AM
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check derren brown replicating what "psychics" do except he gets better results.

www.youtube.com...
www.youtube.com...

also james randy has 1 million dollars for anyone who can prove they have psychic ability. Nobody has collected the money yet although quite a few have tried.



posted on Apr, 13 2007 @ 06:21 AM
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Originally posted by Dulcimer
Here is the opinion from one major name:
www.abovetopsecret.com...

Not many take her serious.

Seems like everyone has a varied opinion, even those in this type of "work".

LOL thats a bunch of nuts on that topic!!!
The typical god-fearing paranoid americans scared of the nwo.



posted on Apr, 13 2007 @ 07:32 AM
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If you go to a psychic concerning these matters, how do you know if you're picking up the anticipated fears, hopes and/or projections of people or the phenomena itself.

Time being not strictly a linear progression and not well reflected by a 24 hour clock that ignores circadian rhythms - (they are not on a 24 cycle) - and certain aspects of human perception appear able to transcend those limitations or at least mirror a subjective interpretation of the sub-conscious or super-conscious minds ability to predict based on speculation and/or imaginative models of information that may or may not be present in the conscious mind - it's seems reasonable that even psychic predictions of (for instance) project bluebeam style deceptions, may be more a sensitivity to human consciousness than any direct interpretation of oncoming events.

One friend of mine who is pretty good at 'channeling the dead' and has self published several books on her imagined paradigms of the afterlife, had this to say of the cult like status of some groups - "They're full of #"

On the other hand, having witnessed an object in the company of another adult, who is a photographer and a reliable interpreter of visual stimulus - one can know for certain there are at least mechanical objects that operate via laws of physics which exceed current human understanding as promulgated by mainstream science.

At the same time, there is obvious promulgation of ideas and paradigms which invite humanity to despair in lieu of the imagined super advanced status of an unknown species grasp on 'science' who at the same time are mostly promoted as having no regard whatsoever for traditional human models of faith and compassion.

There appears to be a double standard, through which, the public is being encouraged to abandon hope. The fact that both psychic phenomena and the UFO phenomena defy empirical evaluation, implies a similarity between both: Psychic phenomena has always been an uncomfortable mix of deception, hoax and instances of unexplainable phenomena.

So if one were to have a vision of a project bluebeam style deception before conscious mind is aware of the hypothesis set forth by some people of just such a plan, one might assume it is the spewing forth of sub conscious minds
consciously unnoticed absorbed ideas around the subject.

Being left with simply goobledygook that defies rational evaluation - it's easy to assume that said vision is more the result of internal conflicts and imaginative speculation or the sub-consciously noted speculations of other's fears and conflicts into a substrata which is filled in with meaning as information becomes available.

Or simply - St Michael most certainly does exist and he and his army of angels guard the church of man. (Oh lawdys - no wonder people go nuts.) To be human is to be at the mercy of powers and laws greater than human endeavor, and there is no reason to despair - in spite of the invitation otherwise, nothing has changed. Rather, one can simply reassert whatever habits and faith has been reasonably proven conducive to human happiness.
Habits which generally reaffirm a relationship with a loving higher power. If it walks like a duck, talks like a duck, swims like a duck, it's probably a duck.

There is nothing new under the sun.



posted on Apr, 13 2007 @ 07:52 AM
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If you go to a psychic concerning these matters, how do you know if you're picking up the anticipated fears, hopes and/or projections of people or the phenomena itself.

Time being not strictly a linear progression and not well reflected by a 24 hour clock that ignores circadian rhythms - (they are not on a 24 cycle) - and certain aspects of human perception appear able to transcend those limitations or at least mirror a subjective interpretation of the sub-conscious or super-conscious minds ability to predict based on speculation and/or imaginative models of information that may or may not be present in the conscious mind - it's seems reasonable that even psychic predictions of (for instance) project bluebeam style deceptions, may be more a sensitivity to human consciousness than any direct interpretation of oncoming events.

One friend of mine who is pretty good at 'channeling the dead' and has self published several books on her imagined paradigms of the afterlife, had this to say of the cult like status of some groups and their concerted efforts at promulgating certain mind control or UFO ideas that seem more focused on slavery than freedom - "They're full of #"

On the other hand, having witnessed an object in the company of another adult, who is a photographer and a reliable interpreter of visual stimulus - one can know for certain there are at least mechanical objects that operate via laws of physics which exceed current human understanding as promulgated by mainstream science.

At the same time, there is obvious promulgation of ideas and paradigms which invite humanity to despair in lieu of the imagined super advanced status of an unknown specie's grasp on 'science' who are mostly promoted as having no regard whatsoever for traditional human models of faith and compassion. Quite obviously conducive to eradicating traditional paradigms in order to advance ideas that encourage abject slavery in both a spiritual and physical sense.

There appears to be a double standard, through which, the public is being encouraged to abandon hope. The fact that both psychic phenomena and the UFO phenomena defy empirical evaluation, implies a similarity between both: Psychic phenomena has always been an uncomfortable mix of deception, hoax and instances of unexplainable phenomena.

So if one were to have a vision of a project bluebeam style deception before conscious mind is aware of the hypothesis set forth by some people of just such a plan, one might assume it is the spewing forth of sub conscious minds
consciously unnoticed absorbed ideas around the subject.

Being left with simply goobledygook that defies rational evaluation - it's easy to assume that said vision is more the result of internal conflicts and imagined speculation or the sub-consciously noted speculations of other's fears and conflicts into a substrata which is filled in with meaning as information becomes available and times goes by.

Or simply - St Michael most certainly does exist and he and his army of angels guard the church of man and one can refer to the rosary in his name. (Oh lawdys - no wonder people go nuts.) To be human is to be at the mercy of powers and laws greater than human endeavor, and there is no reason to despair - in spite of the invitation otherwise, nothing has changed. Rather, one can simply reassert whatever habits and faith have been reasonably proven conducive to human happiness.
Habits which generally reaffirm a relationship with a loving higher power. If it walks like a duck, talks like a duck, swims like a duck, it's probably a duck.

There is nothing new under the sun.

Better to turn it into a poem. After all - there has always been only one thing humans are capable of determining, themselves - in relation to other things. Perhaps why the oft repeated answer related by experiencers of their captors to the question - "Who are you?" Is the answer - "Who are you?"

Although the bets on the stakes may increase, one needn't gamble.

I really have no idea what any of this means, other than - you may judge them by their fruits.



posted on Apr, 13 2007 @ 08:13 AM
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I would love to go and see someone just to see if they see anything. But there isnt much around. I mix with a lot of spiritual people and mediums and that about covers what I know. The only thing that happened, not to me but one of my friends of interest here is she went to a farout t reading, where they read t's made from flowers... quite trippy but the lady said to her she had a space ship and space man in her cup and that was her future. ???

Pretty farout hey...
but I was really buzzing like 'hey, did she say anything else??' The cost was
-> I think she paid $90.00 AU for the reading...

That was over 10 years ago and so far no space ship, nor space man



oh and to be honest, when all my strange things were happening, I was desperate to speak to anyone... the most I got was a phone reading which cost me *cough $50 and all she raved on about was that Pluto was in a cycle in my chart and so that was to explain all the weird stuff... oh and heavy. As I hung up the phone, I was very disappointed...


[edit on 13-4-2007 by NJE777]




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