Source : Yahoo AnswersQuestion : How people have accurate number prediction?

there was this indian guy who came into my dad’s restaurant. He jot down something on a piece of paper, told my dad to think of a 3 digit number and revealed the paper (which was correct). How did he have a prediction like that? My dad said he just thought of it randomly. That was my dad’s 2nd time encountering those number prediction people and they had predicted it right. They asked for money afterward for great fortune (might be a scam) but how they get the number prediction right?

Answer by Oliver S
753? 😀

there are lots of ways they can do this to make it seem like they are psychic.

One common one is to pretend to write a number down, but not really do it. then when your dad tells them the number they quickly scribble the number on the piece of paper using a tiny piece of lead stuck under their fingernail.

there are also numbers people are more likely to pick when asked to randomly think of one.

also, mentalists can do stuff like this very well using psychology. they imply to the person whatever number they want them to say. watch this http://youtube.com/watch?v=A1Xop411uKE

Source : Yahoo AnswersQuestion : Pentecostals: What do you think of the TBN televangelists?

Do you like Benny Hinn and Pat Robertson? What do you think of the Crouch family?

Answer by fistycuffs
They are wealthy scam artists. I imagine them laughing uproariously in private at the gullible people who continuously send them money everyday

Answer by Lock
LET IT BE KNOWN: just because a person knows the future, does not make them righteous, holy or closer to God. There are many ways of accurately interpreting the future. Knowing what happened in the past is always a good indication of future events. Accurate analysis of the present conditions & knowledge of the natural order of things one can guess with some degree of accuracy the future. Accuracy is therefore the main problem of most who claim to be prophet, or psychic or Readers.

Benny Hinn the tele-evangelist has made numerous predictions about the future of America, its citizens and the world. As I recall the only predictions that were accurate were those that were logical for anyone who studies economics. He claims that homosexuals in America will be destroyed and here we are 20 years later and Hate crime laws have just been passed concerning the homosexual population. Gay marriage/Civil Union’s are even being discussed in the media weekly. Hear the words & judge for yourself @

His most popular failed prophecies are about Fidel Castro, the Leader of Cuba. On New Year’s Eve 1989 Benny Hinn said that the ‘spirit’ told him that Fidel Castro would die in the 90’s. This definitely was not the spirit of the True and Living God because you are reading this blog 20 years later almost 2010 and Fidel Castro is still very much alive. Even when Castro fell ill and gave power to his brother it was well into the 21st century (2000 something). It just so happens that Castro is a fan of Barack Obama. Maybe the spirit meant a spiritual death?(not likely). See part 2, I think it’s even more hilarious than part 1. In part 2 he is called a prophet.

Lastly, some of these false prophets claim to heal people. I used to believe that some were ‘probably’ healed since there is power in the name of Jesus. While researching false prophets I came across some interesting videos about pressure points & the power of suggestion that changed my outlook on these people whom we have already seen are false prophets.

Pressure points – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bffI10DDj-c&feature=related
The Power of Suggestion – (this one is deep) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4DzuIymBU9U&NR=1&feature=fvwp

Answer by Pat, or that Jesus guy
I’m pentecostal. That means I pray in tongues. I don’t like any of them. They gave Christians a bad rap. But if I run for president and mix politics and religion up and make laws to make you all turn to the Lord or be punished (which there is a law now that way but God will not enforce it until judgment day), you remenber this: Pat 4 President.

Answer by computernut
99%, if not 100%, of them are false prophets who only want to fleece the flock – hirelings who turn the gospel into gain.

Source : Yahoo AnswersQuestion : How often, approximately, have you found your own tarot predictions (card readings) to be accurate?

Answer by Dee
I brought my Rider Waite deck back in 1995, and I have done many personal readings for myself with 99.6% accuracy.

Answer by Giant Anoose
I am not sure but the two times I went psychic fair for tarot readings, right after I told the psychics I had a dreadful feelings I was going to pick the ‘ Tower ‘… well guess what cards I picked next. I remember the psychics looked more stunned than I was, I was just rolling my eyes when I saw the cards. I had a feeling both readings reflected the current situations I was going through, not much of a prediction than a confirmation.

I don’t want to read for myself as I get biased. Plus I am not very good with reading tarots. If I have a question I want to ask, I employ horary astrology, similar to a tarot reading, but it is something I know better.

Answer by Thinkpositive911
It’s all down to the Tarot reader themselves, and you soon now if they’re any good or not. Do a bit of study beforehand about the Tarot, you’ll soon know if they’re vague and know what they’re doing or not…
If you get to know the cards, you can get to a very high level of accuracy.
Other readers will cost more money so you’ll have to shop around and ask for those that are good. If they’re recommended by many people then that’s a fairly decent indicator.

Source : YoutubeWatch this video on accurate psychic predictions

Real Psychics – Accurate Predictions for 2010

Written by Goddessmother

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.