Our expert says:
I absolutely do not believe in fortune tellers, and there is absolutely no evidence that ANY of them EVER predict anything accurately or usefully. Some are VERY skilled at finding out about you before you arrive, or at guessing from your responses. They start with rather vague comments which could seem true to anyone, and then develop those based on how you respond. And of course people always remember when they seem accurate, and gladly forget when they are not.
And they have no qualifications or skills to give you guidance. Mainly, they tell you what you already know or suspect, and suggest that you do what you actually want to do. Quacks, every last one of them.
Maria is right, too. Rather see a good counsellor who can deal with genuine expertise with the real facts of your situation, rather than just skillful guessing, and help you to deal properly with whatever dilemmas are troubling you.
Romany's example is not convincin at all, though it obviously convinced her. I'd bet that Romany glanced up first when an aircraft went overhead, and the "fortune teller" noticed that and worked with it.
Almost none of the things we fear will actually happen, so its easy to tell someone that what they fear won't happen - it is very likely that this is exactly how it will turn out, without needing any ability whatever to tell the future.
Most FT's do charge ; some areclever enough to refuse payment at first, but once you are hooked and convinced, would become less reluctant to accept payment. Otherwise, how do they eat and live ?
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