are psychics real ? Can a person really predict the future?
I guess my question is, how does it work?
Answer by Jonah
It doesnt work
And if it did they prob called the Devil
Answer by LARA, age 82
They aren’t real and no one can really predict the future.
Answer by JavaJoe
Read up on something called “Cold reading”, it’s something that frauds masquerading as psychics have been doing for generations. They’ll create open ended questions, or wait for the person to provide information even if it’s just in the form of a smile or frown. It’s whatever they need to make it look as if they know.
For example, a psychic will say something like, “I see an older gentleman standing off to your right. He looks kindly at you.” Then wait for the mark to respond with something like, “my grandfather just passed away” and the psychic will then say something like, “yes, he’s saying he’s your grandfather” and so on.
The mark will walk away thinking that the psychic actually made contact with their deceased grandfather when in reality it was the mark that provided that information.
In the end, it’s up to you if you want to believe it or not. Personally I say it’s a scam and you’re better off spending your money elsewhere.
Can a psychic really predict the future of a human?
I’d like to know if there are any psychics on here and can they predict the future of destiny accurately.
Answer by strikebf
No. It’s not possible, and if it was, everyone would be able to do it. There aren’t many skills a human can attain that another one can’t.
And also, how could you see into the future without it having already happened? Seriously.
Answer by The Pope
Yes there are, and it depends. The talent comes and goes. Especially if it is an unused talent. It is like working any muscle. The more you use it, the more it come easier to you, the more you are accurate.
Answer by mike g
They can to the extent that the knowledge of future events does not cause the person to alte their choices.
nasty circle. I tell you you will do “A” With this knowledge you will either to prove the prediction true or false thereby altering the outcome.
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