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Incredible Psychic with AMAZING Capabilities

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posted on Jan, 1 2013 @ 06:25 AM
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Originally posted by Jameliel
I could tell he was fake from his hair and his eyes. It took a split second.


wow you must be psychic...........


ever amused am I at the confessions of those obviously more astute then myself..........

Im sure you would NEVER fall for this with such a spot on sixth sense ......


SO......great post and vid..........very amusing and informative........




posted on Jan, 1 2013 @ 06:56 AM
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Very nice.
But this is a commercial, which is why it doesn't have to explain how would anyone even gather the necessary search data in the first place.

But yes, people who use Facebook (to "connect" with family and friends - really? what happened to email?), Twitter and other such "social" facilities are exposed more than they think.
Amazingly many don't really care.
Also, they are often little fascists, and again, they don't even care.



posted on Jan, 1 2013 @ 07:01 AM
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Haha I do not think I would fall. Far too cynical and questioning in the first place.



Originally posted by ManBehindTheMask

Originally posted by Jameliel
I could tell he was fake from his hair and his eyes. It took a split second.


wow you must be psychic...........


ever amused am I at the confessions of those obviously more astute then myself..........

Im sure you would NEVER fall for this with such a spot on sixth sense ......


SO......great post and vid..........very amusing and informative........



posted on Jan, 1 2013 @ 07:29 AM
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I wonder if this psychic is willing to take the Amazing Randi challenge and prove his abilities...


James Randi, a.k.a. The Amazing Randi, magician and author of numerous works skeptical of paranormal, supernatural, and pseudoscientific claims has for about ten years offered "a one-million-dollar prize to anyone who can show, under proper observing conditions, evidence of any paranormal, supernatural, or occult power."


skepdic.com...

A good way to prove your a real psychic and not someone playing a psychic..

BTW nobody has taken this challenge up yet. I wonder why?



posted on Jan, 1 2013 @ 08:10 AM
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Explanation: To try answer my own question ...


What solutions are offered?


Aside from reiterating the ATS Privacy Policy and T&C's on the issue of remaining anonymous online especially on ATS ...

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... The only 'other' solution I have to hand is ...

Warrant Canary [wiki]


A warrant canary is a method used by an Internet service provider to inform their customers that the provider has not been served with a secret government subpoena. Such subpoenas, including those covered under the USA Patriot Act, provide criminal penalties for revealing the warrant to a third party, such as the customers. A warrant canary may be posted by the provider to inform customers of dates that they haven't been served a secret subpoena. If the canary has not been updated in the time period specified by the host, customers are to assume that they have been served with such a subpoena. Theoretically, this allows the provider to inform customers of subpoenas without violating any laws. The legality of this has not been tested in any court, however, and the results of the Doe v. Ashcroft lawsuit as well as subsequent changes to the USA PATRIOT Act may obviate the tool for the time being.

A warrant canary may include a digital signature as proof that the message was written by the hosting provider.

The idea of such a negative pronouncement being used to thwart secret warrants was first proposed by Steven Schear on the cypherpunks mailing list, and was first implemented by public libraries in response to the USA Patriot Act.


Which I have previously mentioned here ... Has ATS ever been approached by the FBI,CIA,or NSA for member account information? (pg3) [ATS]

And originally here ... ATS, BTS, What would you like to see in the future? (pg70) [ATS]

Personal Disclosure: However ... IF my fellow members read and abide by the ATS privacy policy and T&C's there should never be the 'need' for it.


Unfortunately ... ex-members such as Jarad Loughner/Erad3 have already jeopardized and compromized ATS
and so IMO ... I feel the 'need' is both great and present due to that already existing danger.

I urge TAN to deeply consider aquiring a warrant canary for ATS as it would suddenly make the membership 'psychic' to legal attention.


edit on 1-1-2013 by OmegaLogos because: Edited to add missing link.



posted on Jan, 1 2013 @ 11:58 AM
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You know I love ya OL, but i have absolutely NO idea where you were goin w that buddy....

Completely lost lol



posted on Jan, 1 2013 @ 01:22 PM
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Explanation: This simple MBTM ...

ATS asks members to seriously not post any 'personally' identifying material on ATS.

However as the T&C's make very clear ... TAN/ATS can't always garantee that they will be able to catch and moderate all such revealing posts.

To help protect us from ourselves :shk: ... a warrant canary could be utilized to alert the membership at large to outside 'powers that be' investigating ATS for whatever reasons.

Personal Disclosure: If the warrant canary ... doesn't sing on time ... the membership can take that as a message to either grab ones bob and head for the hills or to take whatever safety and security measures they feel are appropriate for themselves.

Think about why this thread has been posted in BB&Q forum by SO and not elsewhere on ATS.

It is not about psychics/cold reading at all IMO ... its about something coming down the pipeline that deeply involves ATS.



posted on Jan, 1 2013 @ 04:58 PM
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I didn't see one tin-foil hat behind the curtain. That is the whole problem.

(Wait, maybe lined on the inside?)

Thanks for the reminder.

Note: You have to watch the WHOLE video to understand.



posted on Jan, 2 2013 @ 01:48 PM
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Haha these people man, never even crossed their minds!



posted on Jan, 3 2013 @ 07:23 PM
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Thank you for posting this Overlord.

A week before Christmas someone decided to go on a $5000 shopping spree to Neiman Marcus with my husband's bank card.
I don't even shop at Neiman Marcus with my own money.

Apparently the Mister used his card at some gas station and the perps made a dummy card from it.

What I'm wondering is, what lackadaisical effort on the "victim's" part led to the gleaning of financial account details? I would be very interested in understanding how the hackers used in the video experiment were able to access that level of secured information. I wouldn't think that anyone was idiotic enough to have their financial accounts linked to any social site, especially Facebook? Much to my mother's chagrin, I don't even have her noted or linked as my mom on Facebook, lest someone use her maiden name or any other information to hijack my identity or financial information.
I still have to listen to her incessant whining about how I "don't claim any relation to her" on Facebook.



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