Psychics & Clairvoyants
A psychic is a person who claims to have the supernatural ability to perceive information hidden from the normal senses through extrasensory perception (ESP) or to manipulate objects with supernatural mental power, one who is said by others to have such abilities, or a fictional character with such abilities. The word "psychic" is also used as an adjective to describe these abilities, as in "psychic powers." Psychics may also be theatrical performers, such as stage magicians, who use techniques such as prestidigitation, cold reading, and hot reading to produce the appearance of such abilities. It can also denote an ability of the mind to influence the world physically using psychokinetic powers such as those formerly claimed by Uri Geller.
So, do these people have these amazing powers where they predict your future, contact dead relatives and friends who give you advice?
Short answer NO, several things spring to mind, I think if they hear voices they need to seek psychiatric help, it's not the dead trying to contact us through them, it's probably more a case of schizophrenia, I also include religious people who have visions as schizophrenics. They rely on you believing what they say and often what you say to them, I can guarantee that you will give them enough information by their questioning that they could tell you more about you than you think, they never give direct answers its always 'Someone is trying to contact you, it's a he, I see a D, is it Dan or David here? You reply 'I think it may be auntie Davinia'? they then jump on that and say, 'Yes, it's Davina, did she have a deep voice' etc. etc. you just keep filling in the gaps and leave believing you have just contacted you auntie.
3 great magicians spring to mind who do this every day in their stage acts, Paul Daniels, the mentalist Darren Brown (my favourite, the guy amazes me in what he can do) and James Randi (see below). All of these guys will give you a very accurate reading and make you believe anything they want you to.
James Randi (born Randall James Hamilton Zwinge, August 7, 1928) is a Canadian-American retired stage magician and scientific sceptic best known for his challenges to paranormal claims and pseudo-science. Randi is the founder of the James Randi Educational Foundation (JREF). He began his career as a magician named The Amazing Randi, but after retiring at age 60, he chose to devote most of his time to investigating paranormal, occult, and supernatural claims, which he collectively calls "woo-woo."
Although often referred to as a "debunker," Randi dislikes the term's connotations and prefers to describe himself as an "investigator." He has written about the paranormal, scepticism, and the history of magic. He was a frequent guest on The Tonight Show Starring Johnny Carson and was occasionally featured on the television program Penn & Teller: Bullshit! The JREF sponsors the One Million Dollar Paranormal Challenge offering a prize of US$1,000,000 to eligible applicants who can demonstrate evidence of any paranormal, supernatural or occult power or event under test conditions agreed to by both parties.
Do you have psychic abilities? If you do get in touch and prove it. I want to hear your story, I can't offer a million pounds to you, but if you prove it to me I promise to contact Randi on your behalf and help you claim the cash.
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