Are psychics (Sylvia Browne & John Edwards) fake?
I believe in the possibility of ghosts and an afterlife but I am unsure about psychics- mainly the well-known and especially Sylvia Browne. I started reading Sylvia Browne’s ” The Rich & Famous in the Afterlife” because it just seemed too interesting to past by, even if it was fake: James Dean’s actual words after his crash, George Carlin saying “I’ll be damned” as he emerges from the tunnel- what a fun read! In the introduction I came across a lot of the familiar terms I’ve seen in other spiritual books; astral projection, reincarnation, the akashic records. I thought, “Hmm, all this seems to be adding up.” and I started buying into it, actually calling my girlfriend to tell her all this mind blowing information about Albert Einstein working with Galileo on time travel that will be accessible in 2040 through the Bermuda Triangle. But after I researched her, she did seem a bit priggish. After the Anderson Cooper show, seeing how her business manager acted AND how she refused to do the challenge with James Randi, I had been brought back to my senses.
The only reason I question John Edwards is because he has a somewhat equal stature to Browne. I now question the whole operation of the psychic business; not that I didn’t before; I’m just more skeptical. SO HELP PSYCHICS, SPIRITUALISTS, ANALYSTS, WHOEVER, to help give me more insight on what I should buy.
another question: Is astral projection real and to what extent can you travel? I have read Astral Dynamics by Rpbert Bruce and now question that.
Can I get more than yes and no answers. I want evidence and a reason other than just the opinionated “yes” and “no”.
Suggestion by Austin, TX
Pretty sure they are both fake.
Suggestion by Colfer Melfofo
Suggestion by The spirit of the monkey was irrepressible.
Yes, completely fake.
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