accurate psychic predictions

Source : Yahoo AnswersQuestion : For those of you who have gone to fortune tellers?

Did their words prove true or false? So far the data I am getting is pretty conclusive that fortune telling does work..
I prayed for a husband when I was devoutly religious and then stopped following God so closely and I was told that around May of next year he will ask me out…

Answer by Eric C
My mother did scry, and use tarot cards…..those are the two she had an affinity for…she never accepted any gratuity, and she was unerringly accurate.

Answer by lisa13angelic
i think so too!

Answer by Belle
Do you really want to know your fate? I know that I wouldn’t want to know that I’m about to lose a loved one or my own life.

Answer by hislady
Okay, this is going to sound odd, since I am a “fortune teller”, but before my gifts began to develop, I had gone to a few of them. Or called them I should say, and the ones I spoke to all proved to be true.

But now being a “fortune teller”, I know that quite often, it’s not necessarily that the psychic is a fake, but could simply be that they didn’t connect well to your energy (some people are very closed off), and it’s very possible to misinterpret the things you get (that’s why I try not to interpret, but to give outright exactly what I’m told/shown/feel.

Answer by lyndsayc1984
I went to one with quite a good local reputation about 6 or 7 years ago. And no, it was awful! Some bits and pieces she got right, but mostly she was way off. And I’m still waiting for some of the stuff to come true…

Answer by Rod F
I believe very much in psychics and psychic abilities. I also believe in God. I think they go hand in hand. Or at least they should. I’ve had my gift sense I was a child and I truly believe it’s a gift from beyond. I specialize in futuristic readings and communications with the other side.


Answer by Nelly73
The ones I’ve been to have been pretty good. They’re sometimes a bit off on the timing of things, though, in my experience, so if that phone doesn’t ring come May, don’t worry too much about it.

Answer by kilroymaster
If you want to believe in something… Then believe in your own heart, mind, and God… You can never go wrong believing in those things that are written above……………………………………..

Answer by Nikolae
sometimes you’ll come across a true psychic…and then you can always count on their words being completely accurate. an easy way to tell a true psychic is whether or not the know of the Threefold Law…and whether or not they ask for some monetary trade for their help. the trade of money for information or answers is ancient and the universe has accepted it as an acceptable form of balance…and the universe must ALWAYS be in balance…thats why Karma exists. anyway, i am one of the truly gifted, i was born with the ability of foresight (premonitions) and interpretation (tarot cards, crystal scrying, tea leaves, etc.). true psychics will only have one or two different areas of speciality, and ALL true gifted have to develop this ability, much like reading or writing. there are many different areas in which psychics can have a talent for:
metaphysical manipulation (telekinesis, elemental bending)
mental empathy (telepathy, mind control, and even manipulation of others emotions)
translation (those who can “speak with the other side” meaning angels, demons, gods, devils. NOT the dead)
speaker (those who “commune with the dead”)
AND precognition (immediate premonitions with no time to figure out how to stop it or help it, when you precog you already know how.)
if you have any other questions feel free to contact me.

Answer by amber
all psychics/intuitives are unique as all people are unique
I give my clients the information that I receive contained in their energy and I am quite accurate but sometimes the client is the one who knows the true meaning of a vision or psychic flash of communication better than I do. I can describe what I am seeing, feeling, sensing and most times I can interpret what is going on, but many times the client is the one who puts the pieces together. I like to consider myself a team player….the client and I working together. I have had many successes and referrals
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Answer by tcconssw
I have never been myself ( would love to have my fortune told though!) I do have a friend that went when they were in Florida, the fortune teller got my friends completely wrong, but got her husband exactly down to the last detail. It was scary that it was so accurate. I think that they have to connect with you and my friend was not much of a believer and I think that interfered also!

Answer by starbreezetarot
I don’t like the word fortune teller. It almost seems to imply that you have no control over anything. You always have the ability to change the outcome. Psychic abililties run in my family and I do readings professionally. A good psychic will tell you that you can change the outcome. My readings are accurate according to my customers and I have gotten readings myself from a number of accurate readers. That being said, you do have to be careful.
1. If a person asks you a bunch of questions, then tells you back what you just told them paraphrased…RUN. That is cold reading, its an old parlor trick and its employed by many so called psychics.
2. if they ask for your personal info, full name, date of birth, address, etc. they may be telling you details about yourself they looked up by doing a public records search. They should be able to read you by your first name only. sometimes the date of birth is helpful but even then month and day should suffice.
3. Some used “canned” readings that could apply to anyone. “there is a past relationship and a future one.” “I see 2 people around you. One is younger than the other” Which would always be true unless you know 2 people born on the exact same day. Or “I see you’re concerned about money”. Everyone is concerned about money. Even those with money still watch their investments, etc.
4. BIGGEST problem: Those that try to freak you out by telling you that you have a curse on you and its going to cost you to have it removed. Its a total BS scam, designed to feed off your fear. Some will even tell you they’re just charging you for the supplies. Its total BS, they’re just taking money for fear.
You may be ripped off hundreds or thousands. If you come across one of these, cease all communications and know everything they tell you is a lie to manipulate you out of your money.
There are good readers and bad ones. A good reader is polite, doesn’t ask a lot of questions and give predictions that actually manifest.

Answer by pixie
I went to a clairvoyant who specialized in psychometry. She nailed everything.

Answer by cablanton1
Mine was false, she said I was going to have seven kids, but I only have two and my tubes tied,……but……..then again I live at my address in space #7 by 7/07/07 so who knows if they don’t know SOMETHING.

Source : Yahoo AnswersQuestion : Who are some famous psychics who have made accurate predictions?

Some really really amazing psychics would help

Answer by Herodotus
All of them have. They dozens, even hundreds of predictions every year, with a very low average of accuracy.

Answer by Pangel ((((((HUGS))))))
in my opinion….
making predictions is not what a good psychic is about
predictions can be self fulfilled…. they are not evidence as far as readings go
I prefer a good past and present reading that I can see results for and that cannot be altered

there have been some amazing predictions made though
usually by people who dont do readings
but during sleep or in meditation or whatever … they have visions

the best one in my opinion was about the Titanic
the story is great

Answer by rakhee_1102
type telepathy or premonitions in on, you’ll get the answer there.

Answer by supertop
Actually if they make a thousand predictions, some of them will probably be accurate, so they tell you about their accurate predictions but don’t tell you how many more they made that were way off.

Answer by Jennie
I saw a notice tied to a lamp-post on Percy Street in Newcastle upon Tyne a long time ago, and it said “There will be a spontaneous event behind Marks and Spencers at 2 pm on Saturday.” If that isn’t an accurate prophecy, what is?

Answer by ladypamelaslair
There is a site for you to check out of the predictions made by Nostradamus. I would say that his were they most accurate.

Source : Yahoo AnswersQuestion : Christians….Psychic Sylvia Browne?

She was on t.v. today. I think she is fantastic and dead on accurate with most of her psychic predictions. Most christians believe psycics are demonic, and the info doesn’t come from God. But in fact, she CREDITS God, and practices Gnosticism, wich believes in the teachings of Jesus.

Now I am a christian, but I would completley believe what she says, and think she must get it from a reliable source, so why not God. What do you all think?
Ive been a christian for 12 years, so Im not questioning my faith, its very strong. I just wondered what others thought about her, and psychics in general. As christians, can we believe in them, and how do we know its not coming from God?

Answer by front_page_hottie
i love god and jesus….but i believe in things that arent in the bible..that we can be reincarnated and yes even i think its up to you..i think aslong as you believe in god and love him, and do what you thinkis best in life..that there is a better place for you in the end

Answer by Fish <><
Show me some proof of things she predicted that came true.All her claims are for things that already happened.She’s a con artist like all the rest.
No such things as psychics.

Answer by weezyljm
Pschics are just using a god-given gift that most of us were born with, and lost touch with somewhere along the way while growing up. I doubt that she is personally speaking with God (like Moses did per the Bible)…or she would have ALL of life’s answers She is accurate and helpful.

Answer by Trisha
If You Can Believe What Sylvia Browne Says, Why Can’t You Believe What God Says?….I Personally Know 5 Fold Ministries That Out Shines Sylvia Browne!…You Have Your Own Choice To Follow And Believe Whatever & Whomever You Want!…Good Luck!

Answer by racha222
I find what she has to say very interesting, but I do question alot of what she says though.

Answer by ghill4
I think as a new Christian it is easy to get confused about what the Bible teaches.. It is strictly against this form of psychic and astrology sources… The great deceiver is Satan.. he will make you believe that this is OK.. but it is not.. I urge you to go to Billy Grahams web site and look up under the questions and answers section the reason why this is not from God… Satan can be so deceiving that if you are not following what Gods word says you will fall prey to Satan’s evil… please rethink this.. and stay away from it.. I know Sylvia Browne has gotten deeper and deeper into her Thoughts on this… and she herself may be deceived.. but it is not right… I know it looks real.. but of course some of it will look real otherwise how can Satan convince you that it is right… Study and read your Bible… Sin comes in many forms… Stay Clear… I will pray for you and your new walk with God… πŸ™‚

Answer by The Rev
You and her are both nuts……..

Answer by sheeple_rancher
Sylvia Browne is a classic scammer who can cold read, hot read, and fake a prediction as good as any of them.

If you look at nothing else, look at :

BTW, I am an atheist, so I have no Christian axe to grind.

Answer by Mr Music
The Bible strictly forbids the Christian to use psychics. Leviticus 19:31 states, “Do not turn to mediums or spiritists, do not seek them out to be defiled by them. I am the Lord your God.” And Isaiah 8:19 says, “And when they say to you, ‘Consult the mediums and the spiritists who whisper and mutter,’ should not a people consult their God? Should they consult the dead on behalf of the living?”

Further, the Apostle Paul lists “sorcery” among the “deeds of the flesh” (Galatians 5:20) and adds that those who practice it (or any of the other deeds of the flesh) “shall NOT inherit the kingdom of God” (verse 21).

So, the question should be, “Why would God CONDEMN the activities of people like Sylvia Browne, and then turn around and GIFT them as they CLAIM HE does?” If He did, then He would be inconsistent – and God certainly isn’t inconsistent!

Answer by EyeLovesJesus
Hello strwbrry_gal.. πŸ™‚

If it lines up with the sciptures..yes..if it does already know the answer.. πŸ™

Matthew 7

21 ΒΆ Not every one that saith unto me, Lord, Lord, shall enter into the kingdom of heaven; but he that doeth the will of my Father which is in heaven.

22 Many will say to me in that day, Lord, Lord, have we not prophesied in thy name? and in thy name have cast out devils? and in thy name done many wonderful works?

23 And then will I profess unto them, I never knew you: depart from me, ye that work iniquity.

In Jesus Most Precious Name..
With Love..In Christ..

Answer by codiane99
Satan and his demons (call em psychics, fortune tellers, what have you) WILL credit God for the nonsense they feed you. They want you to believe that they are genuine. The only power they truly have is enough smarts to work with statistics, and common every day events. For instance,,, You are planning a trip shortly…Well, anyone who goes out of the immediate city has taken a trip. They play on events that statistically will happen, and if they tell it to someone gullible enough..well..VOILA!

Answer by michelle r
i think a lot of christians think that if you recieve messages and you aren’t what they think you should be, they’ll call you a fake or demon possessed. maybe it’s a little bit jealousy because they weren’t chosen to recieve messages.

Answer by Manicman
I say let her be who she is. I do not know wether he predictions are true or not, but I do know that I have seen some pretty weird things in my time.

I am a christian but I refuse to believe that there are not ghost out there good or evil.

She has not hurt anyone and she truly believes that she is truly helping people, and if people feel that they are truly recieving help from her, then who are we to judge.

Christians are quick to judge and as God said Do not judge others for the speck of dust in their eye until we are willing to look at the plank in ours.

I have watched this women on Montel and I have no issues or concerns what so ever. I look at it like this. There are tv evangelist in this world that claim to heal in the Lords name. Some buy it I don’t. I say I don’t because I know a person very dear to me that was injured and misled by one of the worlds most well known tv preachers.

To everyone and especially christians, let these people believe what they want. Who are we to tell them other wise.

Answer by Darcar81
start reading in lev.and see what God says about individuals like sylvia brown and those who profess to have this gift.Bottom line,they have their part in the lake of fire.Gods gift is free,so why do they charge so much to try and out guess the ONLY ONE who has and knows the answers to every life problem?Go to God freely will He give you the answers to ALL your questions

Answer by techacetoo
God does not need a psycic doing parlor tricks to reach you. Trust only in the information and experience that God gives directly to you. Channels are not from God. Psycics could be but how do you know? Develop your own experience with God and know that he answers your questions instantly if you pay attention.

Answer by Rachel
I once read at the end of one of her books a bunch of so-called predictions that will be coming to pass..I can’t tell you which one it was because it was a book from the library that my cousin got, but DID YOU KNOW THAT THE ALIENS ARE COMING TO OUR PLANET IN THE YEAR 2010 TO LEARN OUR CULTURE..OR THAT SHE SEES NOTHING BEYOND THE YEAR 2099 WHEN WE ARE ALL DEAD..none of that information seems to come from the Lord God I know that he loves her but it just doesn’t sound she is from God to me. I have a book on Divination it’s about demonic spirit and false prophets I don’t enjoy people on tv saying they hear sweet nothings from my dead grandpa about how to control my aniexty..(today on Montel)

Answer by Spibbles
First of all, I’m certainly not Christian so please don’t assume that I’m defending it. But, a friend of mine is really into Sylvia Browne and made me read one of her books, and I found it…well, to put it mildly, less than convincing.

Okay, I found it to be hogwash. I admit that I haven’t seen her on TV at all, and I suppose that’s a little bit different, but I must point out that she had a few “predictions” at the end of her book and some of them had already turned out to be false. The rest of the book (in which she enumerates her amazing psychic adventures) I just have to take her at her word, don’t I?

Sorry, but I don’t think there’s anything “reliable” about her.

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In a reading you may want to ask about:

A loved one who has passed (I am often visited by spirits and angels) “Can you tell me if my Auntie is with us?” Does my mother have a message for me?”
Love and romance. “Does my boyfriend really love me?” ” Will we marry?” “When will I meet my true Love?”
Family. “I have trouble getting along with my mother-in-law. Why doesn’t she like me?” My daughter is struggling right now.”
Career. “Will I change jobs soon?” “Will I get the promotion?”
Pets: “Where is my lost cat?” “Why does my dog look so sad?”
Past lives: “Did I know my boyfriend in a past life?”
Guides: “Tell me about my guides.”
Health. “How can I get more energy?” “Why am I so stressed out?”
Spiritual growth. “I think I am gifted. Do you see these gifts?” “Why am I at a stuck point?”

General advice comes as naturally to me as answers to specific questions.