Has anyone ever had accurate psychic readings?
I’m curious if any of you ever went to a psychic for a reading and have had a positive experience…like any predictions that came true?
Answer by Keith
I have not had any accurate psychic readings, but I have a number of things that the psychic told me about my life that only I would know. And i am not referring to little facts such as where I live, my address, my sibling, parents. No, I am referring to specific things I have done in my past. Also told me about certain devices in my house that were not working properly, and told me what i should do to fix them.
Answer by Su-Yi
Yes, there’s this one lady I always go to because everything she tells me is true. What I mean by that is she accurately describes situations or people in question and her predictions (things she says will happen) always come to pass and happen as told, and never more than a few days off from the timeframe she gives.
Her name is Lani. Give her a try at www.psychicaccess.com.
You get a 6 minute reading with any of them when you sign up. I recommend waiting for her to be online. Don’t look at her schedule because she’s rarely online when the schedule says she is. She tends to be online in the afternoons.
Psychic Readings How Come You can only Read the Lines On your Hand and Not your Forehead ?
Answer by Galactic Emperor
Chiromancy or cheiromancy, (Greek cheir (χειρ), “hand”; manteia (μαντεία), “divination”), is the art of characterization and foretelling the future through the study of the palm, also known as palmistry, palm-reading, chirology or hand analysis. The practice is found all over the world, with numerous cultural variations. Those who practice chiromancy are generally called palmists, palm readers, hand readers, hand analysts, or chirologists.
The practice of chiromancy is generally regarded as a pseudoscience. There are many ― often conflicting ― interpretations of various lines and palmar features across various “schools” of palmistry.
Answer by meow768
Because the lines on your forehead are made by you creasing your forehead and the ones on your hand have been there since you were born.
Answer by Silver
I do not know the technical name for it, but one can read the lines of a persons forehead.
There is also a way to read/divine a persons laugh as well as a persons eyes.
Just about anything can be ‘read’- it is knowing how or find a source that teaches that might be hard to do.