Fortune tellers -- fact or fiction?

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Fortune tellers -- fact or fiction?

ToyGeek ToyGeek
I didn't think I believed in fortune tellers, but a few minutes ago that almost changed, at least for a few seconds. Once, years ago, a self-proclaimed psychic told me I'd die in my parents' basement, with my hand down my pants, watching Star Trek. That seemed more like insult-the-geek than genuine fortune telling anyway.

However, a few minutes ago, my episode of Star Trek ended, and I got up to change the dvd, tripped over the footlocker full of toys (which is out because I'm working on building new storage while I have the house to myself), and nearly broke my neck. A coincidence, obviously, but a little too close for comfort!

(And also, I suspect, hilarious. But, ouch. *rubs bruised knee*)
12/03/2010
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Chilipepper Chilipepper
I quit the business because nobody wants to admit Cassandra was Right.

Sorry about your knee, though.
12/03/2010
Tuesday Tuesday
I saw a psychic in San Francisco once who told me many things that turned out to be true.

His first sentence: You're close to someone named X.

That's the name of my sister. I'm very close to her.

Other true statements:

-You know someone named Ted who is very funny. (True)
-Someone named X is your soul mate. (I'm married to someone with that name)
-When you're 30 your life will change dramatically.
-When you're 30 it will be much harder to meet men.

The only thing I could think of that would make the last two true was a disfiguring, disabling car accident. In reality, having a baby, which I did at age 30, also meets the prediction.

He also told me I'd be extremely wealthy in this lifetime. I'm still waiting for that one.
12/04/2010
ToyGeek ToyGeek
Quote:
Originally posted by Tuesday
I saw a psychic in San Francisco once who told me many things that turned out to be true.

His first sentence: You're close to someone named X.

That's the name of my sister. I'm very close to her.

Other true ...
Wow. That's rather impressive.
12/04/2010
GeekWife GeekWife
I didn't until I got a reading from a guy named Tana Hoy (I think you can google him). We were trying to get pregnant at the time, not succeeding, and I asked him if it would happen soon. He said that within the next six months I would be pregnant... and that he saw twin boys.

Okay, so I did end up pregnant within that time frame. Actually, about a month later. When I got my first ultrasound, there was only one in there. I was relieved, because twins... dear lord no.

At 14 weeks, I found out we were having a boy. So in my mind, he was half right.

A month after that, my sister in law (who shares my last name) found out she was pregnant, an "oops" pregnancy, and due the SAME DAY as me.

A month later, she found out SHE was having a boy.

They weren't born on the same day, but they almost were. She tried to beat me to the punch by scheduling an early induction, but I had to have a c-section because my son was breech, and that was originally scheduled the same day and time as her induction... but I got to go a week earlier than that even because I was toxemic.

Basically, I think Tana "saw" two little boys, born in the same week, with the same last name, and very similar features. To this day, it still kind of creeps me out.
12/04/2010
Jessica Elizabeth Jessica Elizabeth
Being a reader of tarot I believe in it, sort of. In a certain way. It's spiritual for me so hard to explain without writing a book lol
12/04/2010
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