Our expert says:
There is no such thing as a true fortune teller. People who call themselves fortune tellers are usually skillful conmen, who tell you mainly what you want to hear, in words carefully chosen to be so vague as to cover a very wide range of events, so it's quite easy for it to appear as if their prediction came true ; and they are highly skilled at reading you. Even if they don't ( as some do ) have someone investigate you before you keep your appointment, so that they can find out more about you and impress you by "knowing" this, they watch your reactions very closely. They start talking vaguely, noticing where ou look interested or in agreement, and where you look uninterested or in disagreement, and shape what they're saying, based on your appearance and reactions, so as to work out what you're expecting to hear.
It's a pity the discussion got hijacked ino a debate about eligion, which wasn't the topic at all.
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