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Do you believe in them? 1 month 3 weeks ago #3725903

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Pascalou wrote:

WWWoody wrote: Nah. Nonsense in my opinion. For cheap entertainment and laughs I’d say it’s harmless though.



Nonsense is certainly not harmless, and sadly in many cases not cheap either.
Many con artists can actually truly harm people mercilessly by exploiting their grief and vulnerability, drain them of massive amounts of money, and sometimes even give fake elixirs and potions while encouraging people to dispose of their medical treatment and therefore putting their life in danger.

People should be extra cautious so as not to become victims of con artists that can be actually very harmful...

I didn’t think I had to post the obvious. Lol.

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Do you believe in them? 1 month 3 weeks ago #3725905

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Aida wrote: We have had this topic on here before so you may remember my reply.

I used to be extraordinarily interested in fortune telling , divining, whatever you like to call it when I was much younger. I knocked around with an arty / hippie crowd and we used to go to see a renowned medium, an old lady out in the sticks in North Staffs. People came from all over the midlands to consult her. Word of mouth is a powerful advertisement. I was unhappy and unsettled at the time and looking for direction, a happier life in the furure.

She once told me I would live in a white cottage near a church. Lo and behold I bought a white cottage near a church but I now realise that it was because I actively looked for a white cottage near a church after listening to her.
A self fulfilling prophecy.
She never told me about the big things that would happen in my life over which I would have no influence or choice, such as illness..
She made a nice living entertaining us and telling us what we wanted to hear.

We wanted to be taken in by her.


Is that the lady who used to be in Kidsgrove Stoke claimed to be a relative of Molly Leigh the legendry witch?
She went a bit crazy and apparently put a curse on Kidsgrove town hall as they wouldn't act on something she wanted them to. I don't recall her name but she was well known for fortune telling in the 70s.
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Do you believe in them? 1 month 3 weeks ago #3725906

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I’ve made some crazy predictions based on human nature and a tad bit of knowledge and luck. Pay me Bruce. Lol.
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'It’s time for us to do what we have been doing and that time is every day,' Kamala Harris. Lol, what????
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Do you believe in them? 1 month 3 weeks ago #3725924

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NO.

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Do you believe in them? 1 month 3 weeks ago #3725927

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Do you believe in them? 1 month 3 weeks ago #3726042

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No but it's good for a laugh if you go with someone. Gives you something to chat about over a pint or two after.
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Do you believe in them? 1 month 3 weeks ago #3726056

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I don't have a belief in them, but I do feel some people have a gift for
looking deep into another person and perhaps seeing things another
might not.

Years ago (when I was 24) and with a group of friends we dropped in
to a fortune teller along the way. on a trip to the ocean on vacations.

I had what was called the full reading, yes much of it was surprisingly
accurate.

That was long ago.
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Do you believe in them? 1 month 3 weeks ago #3726061

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Like many things in life, there is no absolute means of proving them right or wrong, which leaves one with the only logical conclusion, there is always the possibilty.

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