Are these people toying with us or could there be some truth in it?
So about 5 different people young, old and all complete strangers from “fortune tellers” to coworkers at my parents jobs to just random people have all told us (my family) in one way or another that we’ll all receive some large windfall of money. All of their stories involve legal documents and at least 2 of them involve my step dad quitting his job and opening up his own business. could this be true? my dad DID get hurt in a work accident and he IS expecting a huge settlement from them considering how he came very close to death………..idk on one hand i want to believe them but on the other hand it sounds fake………
Suggestion by Bowlinda
How would anyone else know what is going to happen besides God. You need to stop putting your trust in fortune tellers!
Suggestion by Steven Velspar
Be aware of scams if it sounds to good and you have to question it its a scam
Suggestion by Sece Watt
I believe in them.. you just have to spot the fraud from the real one.
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what is pagan?
is it a form of religion? what does the practices require?
Suggestion by mike
read up. and don’t just think it’s about worshiping the devil because its mainly about the earthy elements and stuff.
Suggestion by Abdul Hassan
Paganism is any religion which is not Judaism, Christianity, usually Islam and sometimes Baha’ism.
Because this term means pretty much every religion ever, there are literally thousands of conflicting belief systems and practices. Some pagan religions have only one God, some have hundreds.
Modern Western paganism is a kind of hippy New Age thing, usually revolving around Earth-worship. It bears very little resemblence to actual pre-Christian religions.
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Definitions of pagan on the Web:
heathen: a person who does not acknowledge your god
a person who follows a polytheistic or pre-Christian religion (not a Christian or Muslim or Jew)
heathen: not acknowledging the God of Christianity and Judaism and Islam
hedonist: someone motivated by desires for sensual pleasures
a practitioner of an Earth Religion; from the Latin paganus, a country dweller.
In Corinth, non-Jews were called Gentiles or pagans. The Latin word indicated a “country dweller,” or someone outside the culture of the city.
or Boyan, who finally concluded peace with the emperor. 11
A generic term for a number of pre-Christian faiths – druids, witches. Pagan faith is linked to locality and to the Earth.
(Pay-gun) – One who follows or practices an earth-based or nature religion.
This word originally comes from Latin. ‘Pagus’ means a canton or district, or in other words a parcel of land, usually out in the country. A ‘paganus’ was one who lived on this parcel of land, usually working it as a farm or performing other rural tasks. ‘Paganus’ came to mean country folk. As Christianity came to various parts of Europe, the people in the towns and cities were converted, but those in the country were not. So country folk were non-Christian. …
Someone who follows the old, Earth-centered religions.
from the latin paganus or country dweller; used as a term to describe followers of polytheistic religions.
Of or pertaining to one of the polytheistic faiths indiginous to Europe. Literally means “country dweller”. Unfortunately nowadays, due to extensive media disinformation, the word is being used as a synonym for Wicca.
A person who follows non christian or other socially established faiths. They are usually of an earth based faith or religion. This includes family’s taught practices that might including witch craft, psychic gifts and the like.
One who is neither a Christian, a Jew, or a Moslem
Pre-Christian animistic or polytheistic practice.
a follower of a nature-based religion. It is important to remember that all wiccans are pagan, but not all pagans are wiccan. There is a very wide variety of pagan religions, wicca is just one of them.
Heathen, especially one who worshipped the gods of ancient Greece and Rome.
When used by Christians, this word basically means non-Christian. Therefore to Christians, all other world religions – Buddhism, Hindu, Wicca, etc – are considered ‘pagan’.
I use this as a broad blanket term for anyone who is not of Chritian, Moslem, or Jewish faiths. From the Latin word paganus, meaning country dweller (similar to heathen – who lives on the heath).
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