What is the name of the psychic/medium that scratches fast on a paper while communicating …?
I saw a TV show a very long time ago where a psychic was introduced to people that he never met before and he was giving them messages from their departed loved ones. He would wave his hand with a pen over a piece of paper as if scratching very fast while saying messages he claimed he was receiving from teh spiritual workd. He told some people very intimate secrets and very specific events. I’m thinking his name was Richardson or something like that but cannot recall at all. Did a search and couldn’t find him. Did anyone happen to catch that show and know who that is?
Suggestion by L
I think you are thinking about automatic writers.
Suggestion by psiexploration
I know that George Anderson does that during readings I am not sure about other mediums. He claims that helps him focus.
Suggestion by Ernest Onyije
Never hard of that before never the less I don’t think he still exist
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Milw psychic mediums that do house calls?
I don’t need a lecture on ghosts not being real or having my local head of church help. I am a practicing witch and I live in a house full of entities or spirits. I cannot find someone to preform an in home medium reading (so to speak) within my known networks. Does anyone know of anyone who performs legitimate readings at someone’s home?
Suggestion by Nous
I doubt you will since no one is going to beleive it!
Suggestion by Redeemed by the Blood of the Lamb
The Bible strongly condemns spiritism, mediums, the occult, and psychics (Leviticus 20:27; Deuteronomy 18:10-13). Horoscopes, tarot cards, astrology, fortune tellers, palm readings, and séances fall into this category as well. These practices are based on the concept that there are gods, spirits, or deceased loved ones that can give advice and guidance. These “gods” or “spirits” are demons (2 Corinthians 11:14-15). The Bible gives us no reason to believe that deceased loved ones can contact us. If they were believers, they are in heaven enjoying the most wonderful place imaginable in fellowship with a loving God. If they were not believers, they are in hell, suffering the un-ending torment for rejecting God’s love and rebelling against Him.
Suggestion by Ashie
Hello I am Ashie,
I have performed many rites of exorcism on individuals as well as domains.
In order for the rite of an exorcism to be performed it is necessary to view the domain to find out what kind of spirits, demons or ghost, I AM dealing with.
Oftentimes when there is more than one spirit, they will come together and form a collective body knows as a poltergeist.
This often happen, in their viewing, they feel as being rejected and or denied with no communication
I would recommend for a true viewing to take place, to find out the reason why each ghost, spirits, and or demon, is there and receive the message from each one.
After this has been done, I would aid and assist each individual entity to cross over and to go to their designated place, and once this is obtained, then placing Ashie’s mystical sacred seals around your domain, to thereby alerting each discarnate sprit that your domain is not a collative station, for demons, ghost and or spirits to dwell within anymore.
Yeshua (Jesus), Taught, truth, love, care, and compassion, and would not want anyone on earth to judged, and he would also want any individual who could aid or assists this person who is in this negative situation to do so immediately.
For he is a loving god, and he himself exorcised demons, and he would not want to see anyone tormented in any kind of way, weather it be demonic or spirits, or by earthlings.
Within light, love and compassion.
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If a psychic gives you an inaccurate reading, can you get a refund?
Is there a “statute of limitations” on refunds for crappy readings?
I think that there are some really talented persons out there, but there are more who pretend they have a gift in order to ingratiate themselves with others or to dupe people out of money.
But basically, my Q is straight up. I wonder, especially from the “psychics” on here, if they offer a money back guarantee if they’re charging people, or intend to.
hmmm..wonder why my favorite “blocked psychic” didn’t come answer this one…
Suggestion by Emasculated Britain
England had a law banning “fake” mediums (presumably this means ALL mediums) – the Fraudulent Mediums Act 1951, but this was replaced by a Consumer Protection Regulations bill in 2008, meaning all psychics, mediums etc could have to justify their claims.
Presumably you just don’t like mediums giving poor predictions. “You won’t win the lottery, and you won’t meet someone new” is not what you pay to hear really.
Suggestion by Chainlightning ⅜
Read about this last year. Great Britain wants to tighten an earlier law.
The mediums would have to prove their powers in court or use disclaimers. These “psychics” want to cover themselves by saying they are a religion and be exempt.
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