reply to post by Darkblade71
Would those who are telekinetic, please raise my hand!
(sorry, but I love Stephen Wright)
You claim to be a psychic but yet refuse to provide any proof, even though it is the most natural thing in the world for someone to respond to such a
claim with a "prove it" request.
I am a skeptic, in that I want to believe, but yet have never known anyone who could actually prove it....There are plenty of examples around of
people who claim, or who others claim to be psychics but the proof offered is generally one of several categories:
1) The historic individual (such as Nostradamus) who made predictions that were so vague or unspecific that they were bound to be fulfilled in time.
2) Personalities who claim to be able to read minds etc but are really just skilled magicians using tricks, research or whatever to make it appear
they can read minds.
3) Anecdotal stories...such as the one my family tells regarding a great uncle who became sick and was taken to the hospital. His 3 sisters all piled
into a car to visit him (from another city) and during the trip one of them became upset and swore she just heard his voice. She was sure, for some
reason, that he had just died. They all noted the time and once arriving at the hospital (this was long before cell phones) they discovered he had,
indeed, died at the noted time. Really spooky and creepy, but not having been there...it is just anecdotal evidence to me.
I guess what I am asking is, since this isnt a religious thing, that you provide some piece of proof that does not require simple faith that you can
do this thing but rather demonstrates an ability.
Proof, for me, would be something other than anecdotal, something other than a possible trick, and something fairly specific.
Can you tell us what is to be new major news over the next couple of weeks? or even months?