The Most Common Psychic Scams

57%, a majority of Americans, believe  in psychic phenomena such as telepathy, ESP or experiences that can’t be clarified.

These believers are not alone. For instance, let me tell to you a little about a 30 year veteran physicist named Dale Graf who worked on the Stargate program of the Department of Defense.  They use psychic ability known as remote viewing.

This so called psychic power or ability and can describe a remote area, even one that is located thousands of miles away.

At some point in his interview on Larry King Live, he said “It exists. Sometimes it works, and sometimes it doesn’t. But it’s there and it is real, and it cannot be shoveled away by skeptics.” Graf said.

During that dialogue on the TV program with Larry he stated he worked on the project for 30 years.

The well-known Skeptics

“The Amazing Randi” has to be the biggest skeptic who’s famous for his standing offer of $1,000,000 for any person who can provide evidence that they have real, psychic powers under laboratory conditions.

Leon Jaroff,another skeptic called psychics as “a motley collection of mystics, charlatans, hoaxers and smooth con artists who have successfully buffaloed a good portion of the public into believing they have supernatural powers.”

 Common psychic scam tricks and how they work

Curse

Not merely unethical but clearly illegal tactics in which they try to swindle and rip off people in a fragile emotional state that entails by playing on people’s fears. It begins by means of them seeing a curse or a “darkness”, which in turn might cause an onset of a disease, as a result. For a cost, the psychic can cure both of these.

 Exclusion of Curse

They will ask you to pay money for extraordinary candles, entreaty cards or crystals which on average run approximately$150-$200.  By the time this happens the psychic has you believing that there are more than a few curses on you.

Cursed Egg

You’re requested to bring in egg to their subsequent reading. This is an age old hoax…

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