reply to post by mysticalzoe
Yeah, just don't think of it as lying. It is a physical object, a computer that tells you there is an error that doesn't exist, isn't lying to you.
However, the outcome is the same if it was.
If it had intelligence (it doesn't), then yes. They just aren't nearly as effective as one would like. At least your husband got that job! So it
wasn't completely inaccurate, but that doesn't help you at all.
Magic 8 balls are only slightly less limited than a pendulum. Tarot cards can give rich answers, but require much experience to get the most out of
I have used my entire tarot deck in readings sometimes, and the detail is amazing. I couldn't understand the half of what I was seeing. What is the
significance of the ace of pentacles/coins in conjunction with the five of rods, and the temperance card? Ugh.
Perspective, perspective, perspective.
Try looking at a daily horoscope for a sign other than your own, and you can still apply it to your life, and actually gain something from it, if you
I have a saying that goes "Good advice from an A-hole is still good advice, and bad advice from your best friend is still bad advice". A pendulum,
Magic 8 Ball, or tarot deck are neither, they are simply methods to try to gain understanding. If you understand, that is. Or they are just the
internal component to an old clock, a weird eye ball that sees nothing, and a bunch of cards that sit there.
I do get your point though. If someone truly wants to believe, they will see whatever they want to believe, and that can really screw up someone's
That is the risk.