My Aunt used to read tea leaves left after you drank the tea and she was amazing at predicting things, and I mean loads of things.
Errrr ... Apeksha I'm on the fence with that kind of thing.
I have experienced the oaccsional paranormal event but I'm afriad I'm the worlds biggest realist. I always manage to rationalise everything. I don't know why I do that/this/it.
Maybe it's a talent ... or maybe I'm a cynic?
The nearest to believing anything of that nature in my world is Kabbalah related ... numerology and the like. And that's probably because I like numbers. They're reliable for one
a friend got a prediction that he'll have two boys born to him in five years, soon after which we learned that he is actually gay...
Before I converted to Christianity, I was a reader. I never got the grip on palmistry, but cards I was a whiz kid. I loved it. But I never read the future, only the personality, present issues, and offered some experiential advice based on the information I got.
And I was accurate 90% of the time. Becoming a Christian was almost an excuse though -- I hated the constant demands for (free) readings from friends, as they could be quite draining.
I've had a few precognitions over the years, too. Hate that as well. Trouble is I can't tell the difference between the precog and a regular dream until it comes true.
Famous ones Bertha Benedict, Silvia Browne.
But I think most people get fairly accurate predictions from their dreams.
The only predictions I pay attention to are predictions based on analysis of trends and data; environmental predictions, technology predictions, and some financial predictions. That doesn't mean that I believe them out of hand, but I will listen to them.
I dont believe in it.
But looking at it from a standpoint of randomness some predictions are just an average of what could happen based on stats.
I just answered a hub request with this hub:
http://hubpages.com/hub/Psychic-Predict … -disasters
That one also gives some of my experiences over the years.
Well I knew you were going to post this question, my mind can see the future and I often experience Deja Vu, did I just say that ?
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