For those who had psychic readings…? Share your experience! ?
Few days ago I had a psychic reading and the lady told me I will meet someone new this coming year in april. she even described him from top to bottom and how I will meet him lol! Looking forward to april to see who this mstery guy is. Anyway from your experences, has anything a psychic said about you meeting someone new came true?
Answer by lala
For me ; yes it had been very true
Has anybody had extremely accurate psychic readings done to them?
I had one done last night and it shocked me. She was pretty accurate on a lot of things although al ot of ppl say they were vague and broad statements. I still think they were accurate. If you know someone in the austin, tx area that would be awesome…
Answer by S`A`N`D
Vague and broad statements aren’t accurate. Accuracy is pinpointed. I went to a psychic once a few years ago, and it was vague and broad. She was full of sh**.
Answer by lala
Yes it did happen to me many times ; and she was very accurate ; the first time i went to see a psychic ; I was 15 yrs [ Right now I am in my sixties ] I sat and she start right away ; she said ;; you willl get married in your 23 yrs and wil have 7 kids and you will own your first house within 3 ys of your marriage and your future husband will have dark hair and brown eyes and you will be happy in your marriage life ; she also told me other things but it will be to long here ; and yes I got married at 23 and yes we had 7 kids and its Yes for everything else I mentioned ; remember I was just 15 yrs old so yes some physic a really good
Answer by Lyn K
yes,check out firstname.lastname@example.org’ amazing.he said i was going to marry “timothy’s brother.”at the time i was confused,i didnt kno any timothy’s!a year and a half l8r,i went on a date.he told me he had a twin named timothy! i almost fell out of my chair ! yes,we have been married 3 years now-i married timothy’s brother !!!!
If a psychic admits he’s a fraud, does it become illegal?
I’ve been giving psychic readings for a psych experiment,(with amazing “accuracy”, mind you) and recording the results. If I admit its all a parlor trick, do I become liable? I assume psychics dont get charged with fraud due to the inability to disprove their schtick, but is there something else I’m missing? Gracias.
Answer by Beverley M
If you were charging money you might be investigated and charged with fraud if the customers complained and wanted a refund. If there was no fee charged then it’s not illegal– just unethical.
Answer by The Right is Wrong
With the right lawyer you can get away with ANYTHING!