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Talisman Posted 18th Jun 2016, 10:53am
 
QUOTE (Mike Burke @ 17th Jun 2016, 02:01pm) *
Go to Margaret Solis, she is the real thing.

And you have scientific evidence to back this assertion?
Mike Burke Posted 17th Jun 2016, 02:01pm
  Go to Margaret Solis, she is the real thing.
wombat Posted 16th Feb 2016, 11:04pm
 
QUOTE (Billy Boil @ 16th Feb 2016, 10:57pm) *
And you spend your time consulting people you have never met. Have no connection to you. Nor do the have any skills in human interaction. They are however shrewd and cunning manipulators, well versed in the poverty of life skills and self esteem of those who consult with them to access the unknowable Very sad that in this day and age some seek for selfish miracles.


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Billy Boil Posted 16th Feb 2016, 10:49pm
 
QUOTE (JoanneGlasgow @ 14th Feb 2016, 05:03pm) *
I went to see the fortune teller in argyle market and wasnt that impressed as felt it was a bit rushed. I used to go see Julie Woods from irvine until she passed recently I had a reading from 2 different girls from love light tarot card reading. They are on facebook it was just mini readings as I didnt have much money at the time but they absolutely blew me away. Everything both girls said was spot on and they even got things that I didnt even know yet was quite creepy. They do free mini readings sometimes well worth looking out for.

And you spend your time consulting people you have never met. Have no connection to you. Nor do the have any skills in human interaction. They are however shrewd and cunning manipulators, well versed in the poverty of life skills and self esteem of those who consult with them to access the unknowable Very sad that in this day and age some seek for selfish miracles.
JoanneGlasgow Posted 14th Feb 2016, 04:55pm
  I went to see the fortune teller in argyle market and wasnt that impressed as felt it was a bit rushed. I used to go see Julie Woods from irvine until she passed recently I had a reading from 2 different girls from love light tarot card reading. They are on facebook it was just mini readings as I didnt have much money at the time but they absolutely blew me away. Everything both girls said was spot on and they even got things that I didnt even know yet was quite creepy. They do free mini readings sometimes well worth looking out for.
Alex MacPhee Posted 8th Apr 2015, 09:56am
  Yes indeed, and James Randi has done similar exposÚs, as has Martin Gardner ; both, like Penn & Teller, themselves conjurors. So they know the tricks of the business, and have an intense dislike of those who prostitute it for the sake of rooking the gullible and those in distress.
Billy Boil Posted 8th Apr 2015, 08:25am
 
QUOTE (Alex MacPhee @ 6th Apr 2015, 07:59pm) *
There have been many scientific tests performed under rigorous conditions, and no trace of extra-sensory perception has ever been detected. The field, unfortunately, is full of frauds, charlatans, and the self-deluded, mostly the first two. Some are skilled enough at cold reading to persuade the gullible, and others, like the late Doris Stokes, use stooges and props to extract information from the audience before the session, and feed it secretly to the 'psychic', who then mysteriously seems to 'know' things that the hapless punters don't recollect having revealed.

The American Illusionists, Penn And Teller, Gathered for a T.V. show 10 of Americas most renowned and trusted "psychics" and posed them a series of questions. There was no attempt at trickery or collusion. When the results were analysed no two of them were in agreement on anything.

People believe what they want and hear what they want to when accessing "psychics". Generally they fall into a category that is willing and able to be manipulated by fraudsters who practise this form of lucrative business. I wont go into it here but I know how they use "urgers" to "set up" gullible patrons. If people could see any where into the future it would be immediately harnessed by the military and bear in mind that the Americans and Russians spent millions trying to develop skills in precognition, all to no avail. It still remains in the realm of Hollywood and the mind of those who crave some intervention in a life they can't quite come to terms with.
mossgiel Posted 7th Apr 2015, 07:45am
 
QUOTE (Alex MacPhee @ 6th Apr 2015, 08:59pm) *
There have been many scientific tests performed under rigorous conditions, and no trace of extra-sensory perception has ever been detected. The field, unfortunately, is full of frauds, charlatans, and the self-deluded, mostly the first two. Some are skilled enough at cold reading to persuade the gullible, and others, like the late Doris Stokes, use stooges and props to extract information from the audience before the session, and feed it secretly to the 'psychic', who then mysteriously seems to 'know' things that the hapless punters don't recollect having revealed.

Harry Houdini for years visited them to try and contact his mother,then spent the rest of the time proving that they were all fakes,he should know because he was one of the biggest trickster on the go.
Alex MacPhee Posted 6th Apr 2015, 07:42pm
  There have been many scientific tests performed under rigorous conditions, and no trace of extra-sensory perception has ever been detected. The field, unfortunately, is full of frauds, charlatans, and the self-deluded, mostly the first two. Some are skilled enough at cold reading to persuade the gullible, and others, like the late Doris Stokes, use stooges and props to extract information from the audience before the session, and feed it secretly to the 'psychic', who then mysteriously seems to 'know' things that the hapless punters don't recollect having revealed.
*Catherine* Posted 6th Apr 2015, 12:57pm
  I saw Kizzy at the Savoy Centre a couple of weeks ago. To be honest the reading was not that great and she spent most of the reading talking about herself.

I was asked a lot of questions and she would repeat back what I had just told her using phrases like I know that or I can see that in your hand pointing to different parts in my hand.
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