How accurate are the Mediums and psychics out there?

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  1. agoins profile image60
    agoinsposted 9 years ago

    How accurate are the Mediums and psychics out there?

    i keep getting things in the mail or online from mediums. they say they see good and bad things getting ready to happen all I have to do is send different amounts of money or bad things will happen to me.How accurate is that?

  2. Green Lotus profile image60
    Green Lotusposted 9 years ago

    No qualified psychic or medium would use such intimidating sales tactics! The only reason those shysters are using them is because it gets them business. It criminal, but fear sells.

    To address your main question, the accuracy of any medium and/or psychic can only be determined by their clients and their reputation for being truly gifted. Do your homework. If they are published, read their books; if they have an internet radio program, listen to it.  Don't rely on the quoted client testimonials on their websites either. They are put there by the psychic for promotional purposes and may represent a small percentage of their clientele. A gifted psychic will very often provide new clients with a long list of happy customers and should offer you at least one free reading. It's coincidental that I'm now working on a Hub in which I interview a professional psychic. I will definitely pass along your question and will include her answer in my Hub! Thanks!...and good luck.

    1. cascoly profile image60
      cascolyposted 8 years agoin reply to this

      nonsense - there's no such thing as a gifted psychio, and judging by their claims or the claims f those they conned doesnt prove a thing - when self proclaimed psychics are tested by real scientists under double blind conditions they ALWAYS fail

  3. Man from Modesto profile image80
    Man from Modestoposted 9 years ago

    Actually, that is exactly how psychics work. An ex-satanist and "psychic", John Ramirez, tells how he used to get money from clients. They enter, he listens to a demon tell him some things about the client first. Then, he gives a future "reading". The reading is usually a series of curses.

    Here is an example (let it not fall on anyone):

    "Your husband is going to have an affair and your children are going to become addicted to drugs. I can break this for you.... (for a fee)"

    They will say things like, "You have a great, unrealized power.", "You are actually someone special, a heavy hitter." They will work your ego against you. Slowly, slowly, they will get you to buy them clothes, books, candles and other things to burn- but, they return these for refunds.

    Look at the story of King Saul- he "perceived" he saw Samuel in the fire. But, it was a demon. The demon then cursed Saul, and all the curses came to pass.

    To break any "readings" (curses, really) that you have ever received- repent to God first, then proclaim them broken. Command any demons working against you in any area of your life to be gone.

  4. agoins profile image60
    agoinsposted 9 years ago

    @ Man from Madesto that is exactly what they have been saying to me and sent a gold plated square  saying it was an energy  symbol how they have done protective chants or encatations. I have ridded myself of those things and i truly a believer in God and believe these demons will be gone in Jesus name. so much bad luck has been happening to me and im sure its because of these things.

  5. Owl Ka Myst profile image61
    Owl Ka Mystposted 9 years ago

    Agoins- any psychic that is sending out material looking for clients is a sham. Genuine psychics do not do that. They have a very strict code of ethics and dont make a big show of things such as approaching people and telling them that 'bad things are happening'.
    It is groups like this that give a real psychics a bad name.

    1. cascoly profile image60
      cascolyposted 8 years agoin reply to this

      no such thing as a 'genuine' psychic - they're all cons whether they know it themselves or not

  6. Charlotte Craig profile image60
    Charlotte Craigposted 4 years ago

    Some are great others are bad, same as with any job or profession or business. Sadly the bad ones spoil it for the good ones and people tend to assume they are all the same - which is rather silly. The premium rate lines are amateurs who are wannabees or just after some cash, but there are good ones out there,I regularly consult a great one, and it takes a lot to convince me, I am naturally sceptical and suspicious by nature, she does email and phone sittings which suit me well as we dont live near each other now, and they help me a lot with predictions and insight. You can find her at   Another one I used to see years ago was good too but he died, which is sad, he had predicted he would die young , he was not ill, and he died at the age of 33 from an accident which nobody else could have expected.


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