Is it against Christianity to talk to psychics?!?
I’m 15 years old and I’m a Baptist, and recently I’ve become very interested in astrology and psychics and things like that. I read my horoscope every day and do online tarots and stuff, and the other day I signed up for a website where you can chat live with a psychic and talk to them. However, I have heard that these things are against Christianity? I don’t know if what I’m doing is wrong.. I just find all of these things interesting, and I don’t try to contact the dead or see the future or anything… Is it wrong for me to do this? Thanks! 🙂
The reason I’ve been doing this is because I see a therapist, but I can’t talk to her every day obviously, and I just find everything really interesting..
Suggestion by Super Comrade
You…..read your horoscope? Totally going to hell.
Suggestion by A DRAGON
Yes, it is against ‘Christianity’ to talk to psychics.
The bible says that they are like witches and should be burned.
Carry on. LOL
Suggestion by Gaius
Yes, this is obviously against Christianity. I have done much research on all of this, it is all crap.
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Can a psychic course teach how to protect against bullies?
Years ago, I’d seen the ad of a psychic course that listed ‘protecting your children against bullies’ among the skills taught. I didn’t have the time to give my attention at that time and years later when I sought a similar course, I couldn’t find one. I still wonder how other people could be protected with psychic skills. I thought it’s only for your own protection. How can psychic skills help protect people from people away from us???
What kind of skill is it? How could it be gained?
I thought it’s maybe through astral projection. If parents can project themselves astrally, they can help prevent a fight right on the spot by mental influence, so a telepathic link might be involved.
Suggestion by SupaStar
I knew you would ask this, so, I answered it yesterday.
Suggestion by cryptic_non_sequitur
Psychics can predict the best way to get your money, and that’s about all …
Suggestion by Dr. Sardonicus
Why don’t they just use their own psychic skills to protect all children from all bullies?
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Could I sue some one for being a false psychic?
If I go to a psychic for the winning lotto numbers and they’re wrong, could I get all of my money back by suing them? Sources?
Suggestion by rejectedsoul
no you cant
Suggestion by Frank
There is no provision in the law against being a false psychic. This is considered entertainment, and the best you will get is your money back if you convince a judge that the entertainment services were so poor as to not satisfy the implied warrantee of merchantability.
I’m people can throw around a lot of legal terms that sound like they would apply (Fraud! Misrepresentation!), but if you look up the laws about any of them, you will see that the laws are very specific about what constitutes fraud or misrepresentation.
Suggestion by Utility Account
False psychic? As opposed to what other kind?
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