There is no worse identity thief than Satan – and he’s more than willing to exploit the personal information he gathers about us when we step outside the realm of God’s protection and seek answers from the occult.
MN: “Don’t we all have psychic power? How else can you explain what happens when a mother instinctively knows her absent child is in danger? Is this just a ‘sixth sense’? How is this different from what psychics do?”
The Women of Grace New Age Q&A Blog gets a lot of repetitious email, but one of the most common is about psychics and mediums who knew intimate details about their lives and relationships. They all ask the same question – “How could this be?”
Once again, psychics who volunteered to be tested in a university laboratory failed to demonstrate any presence of psychic powers.
Effective at the end of this month, those who wish to sell magic, potions, spells and other magic-related materials will no longer be able to peddle their wares on eBay.
A 49 year-old self-proclaimed “psychic” in England was found guilty of tricking two grieving young women into engaging in sex acts, claiming the more outrageous they behaved, the better their chances of making contact with the dead.
There’s a reason why psychics are considered some of the best con-artists in the world.
A Catholic College located in suburban Philadelphia sponsored a fortune teller who entertained hundreds of students during a “Psychic Night” held last month.
ES writes: “I have a friend who lost her daughter to cancer. She was going to be 13 years old the past May. The father sells cookware for a living. One day, he went in to see his boss and the boss’ wife happened to be in the office. Even though she knew nothing about the death of his daughter, she told him: ‘Senor Flores, I see a girl next to you leaning into your shoulder. Who is she?’ . . .