You might get fake psychics- but odd occurences always happen. Do you ever dream something and have it happen the next day? The human is the most evolved of the creatures, because not only do we have instincts that help us survive, but we can override that primative brain. We can make our own decisions, we have language, tools, advanced technology. If you really think about it, that isn't nature, and yet you must remember that everything even the most unnatural of things are made up of atoms. There is soemthing else going on- why do humans have this?
I have friends who are readers and no need to deceive me.They have predicted things as though looking through a door into the future. One reader is an online friend my sister, she did a reading for me from France, whilst we were in Australia, she could see ne jumping and waving my arms around as I reacted to her precise description of a situation I was in, and we didnt have camera on computer.
I do not believe that the psychics are as glorified as they get portrayed, but I feel it is possible for some people to better understand others and get feelings about the situation. Like a dogs sense to know when there is danger, or hear something from far away. They pick on these emotions and feelings rather than actually talking with the dead or seeing our future.
I guess after having consulted a few and having read some articles, I buy into the idea of an empath (not so much a psychic, I guess) who can get in touch with your 'jojo' as it were. The idea of of someone who implicitly knows the future though... Not so much.
Psychics do exist. They contact those beings that are dead or demons. In the Bible, I psychic conjures up the spirit of the prophet Samuel for King Saul, and, later in the Bible, a demon possessed girl follows the apostle Paul telling him about his own life even though the had never met. She also could tell the future through this demon. Psychics exist, but I don't think they understand what they are doing themselves.
I may listen to some simple predictions from a psychic, but I'm not about to go make life-changing decisions based on a psychic's predictions unless I really have solid proof that the person is a real deal. Given that bacteria radiate radiowaves and we have some good bacteria in our bodies who is to say that some people can't communicate with them in some way and through that gain information from the outside world? This is a hypothesis that science ought to explore.
Psychic phenomenon is very real. People who are not studiers of the occult sciences wouldn't know, but I am and I do. There are many abilities that remain untapped by most people. More and more people are tapping these abilities, or developing a belief. This can be shown by all the popular psychic and paranormal television shows out now. Many are fakes, but some are real.
Paying for someone who you think can tell you the future is silly. The future will always be uncertain and no one will be able to ever change that. It's a simple fact of life that should be left alone and not be toyed with. Nothing will ever change the fact that life is not predictable.
Why couldn't things like pearl harbor and 9-11 have been predicted? So many People could have.Been saved. All the kidnappings, why aren't those solved? I have a hard time believing someone couldn't see.All the terrible things that have happened to this country and they could've prevented it. For most psychics it's just a form of money
I did my 7th grade speech on psychics, I believed in them at first, but my research says otherwise. Yes, we have all heard mind blowing stories, but can't the internet and contacts help? There are steps psychics can take in order to make an accurate reading. Don't pay hundreds of dollars to a fraud.
Of course not - if they did, why don't any of them reveal the winning numbers of the lottery? Besides, human beings do not possess telepathic apparatuses in terms of their neurological anatomy - it is impossible to "read the future" because the human body has no means of doing this.
Let's ask a simple question: why have none of the many, many self-proclaimed psychics been able to capitalize on their ability, beyond simply fooling naive people into watching their television shows or reading their books? If they can see into they future why not play the lottery? If they can communicate with the dead, why not put that to work solving some of the great historical mysteries?
I am not saying that I know with absolute conviction that psychics do not exist, but all of this certainly prevents me from believing that they are not full of it.
No, I do not believe in psychics. I have seen no proof to believe otherwise. If there were true psychics in the world, then there should not be any lost children, unsolved murders, or missing college students. Police departments would not have cold case files and doctors would be able to turn to psychics for help on stubborn cases. Psychics would surely use their powers to help mankind, but as I do not see any evidence of this happening, I have to conclude that there are no real psychics.
James Randi is a psychic debunker. He has "contest" where he offers 1 million dollars for anybody who can demonstrate psychic ability under scientific conditions (control groups, monitoring, etc). No one has yet to win his contest. Time and again, psychics are proven to be scam artists taking advantage of gullible people.