psychic prediction

Source : Yahoo AnswersQuestion : Any one know of a case where a psychic was used to investigate a crime?

Did they give any use full info?
Was the crime ever solved?
Did the psychic testify in court?
Anyone ever here of the psychic in the Leonard Peltier case where 2 FBI agents were murdered in 1975?

Answer by Jesere
look up Sylvia Browne she has been
called in on many police cases and helped solve cases

Answer by Azursan
Unsolved Mysteries runs stories on psychic detectives now and then. In the one I remember, a woman had disappeared and her body was never found. The psychic gave some vague information about a dirt road, water, and railroad tracks, which was hardly uncommon for the area. The body was eventually recovered and some of her details did match up. I don’t think anyone was arrested though.

I don’t believe in psychic detectives, but they may serve a role to boost moral in an old case and help the police look at evidence a different way.

Answer by Sir Caustic
“Did they give any use full info?”
…… No, as they’re all either frauds and charlatans or mentally ill.

“Was the crime ever solved?”
…… By the psychics? No chance. These people can’t even predict lottery numbers or horse races.

“Did the psychic testify in court?”
…… Wouldn’t be considered as proper evidence, for goodness sake. The only time they’ll ever be in a courtroom is to answer charges of fraud.

Answer by sgatlantisrose
To take the questions out of order. No, psychics do not testify in court. None has proven their “powers” are scientifically valid, and thus admissible. this despite the Randi Challenge, where a million dollars awaits the psychic who can prove their powers in a mutually agreed on way.
Were crimes ever solved? Yes, but not with the psychics help. For every case where a psychics help was supposedly useful, you will find a dozen cases where psychics have wasted time, material, and manpower by giving false leads. These crimes are solved by the hard work of detectives, or the occasional confessions of the criminals.
The vast majority of psychics provide rather nebulous information, such as” they are near water”. Such comments are meaningless,because unless you are in a desert, there are few places without ponds, creeks, rivers, or reservoirs around. Also, psychics know the general topography of the area and can give information to fit it.
In cases where specific information is provided, there is usually indications the psychic had access to that information beforehand. Whether searching the internet produces information, talking to police or family(people often are unaware how much information they give to others in conversation), the psychics take this info, or speculation, and feed it back to the police. Thus, if the police have a hispanic suspect, voila. The psychic conveniently confirms this information, leading police to dig more deeply into the suspect. On occasion, psychics make claims of giving detailed information, but actually gather the information after the fact, then then state they had provided it to the police earlier. It’s very rare indeed when you find well documented “psychic readings” that occur before the crime is solved and that provide useful details.
I am not aware of any psychic involvement in the Peltier case.

Worth checking out, This site does a pretty complete job of demonstrating how psychic Sylvia Browne really is, and what a sleezy character she is. It includes a couple of her most glaring and public gaffs, including claims of a victim dead(he was alive) and of miners who were alive after a disaster(they were dead- and this one occurred on the air of a radio program, so it’s the most public case of her goofs). Also check out It’s a good starting point to find links on the subject, and a post on the forum will point you in many directions. The Skeptical Inquierer also has done several articles on specific claims by psychics on crimes, and debunked them. Again, worth a little time to find some good info.

Answer by Jimmie
Yes, i remember the Leonard Peltier case where a psychic was used to find a person who was supposed to be a witness to the murder of the 2 FBI agents! The FBI has a copy of this court transcript where the psychic made many predictions that have come true through the years!

Source : Yahoo AnswersQuestion : What is the Tibetian or other spell that gives psychic powers?

Does Tibetian spell “Om Manipadme Hung” gives psychic powers or other powers?
If no,then why they recite it?
Is there any other magical Tibetian spells?

Answer by EasyDo
You mean,, “Om, Mau, Ni, Pad, Mi, Hum.” ….. No, this does not give psychic powers. Nothing does. You either have them, or you don’t, it’s that simple. ……… The chant chanted over & over, helps one to focus deeply in meditations. .. The actual meaning of it is simply the 5 different levels of life, beneath God.

Answer by Sarina
Tibetan’s don’t believe in spells or psychic powers. Have you read the Book of the Dead? I read that people who use spells attract it back to them. There is no such thing as a magical spell. The only people who believe this rubbish are gypsy psychics trying to peddle the stuff on Twitter and Facebook. I even read an Australian psychic is warning of fake spell casters and telling people to see past it. I found the link on Yahoo.

Answer by wisdom artist
Psychic practice useding education subject categories., As excize then design your own note’s chapter book., how do diffent readings

Answer by susan
No one needs a “spell” (and the Tibetan monks certainly do not engage in such a practice) to gain intuitive abilities. Everyone has them.

The explanation you already received about this chant is accurate.

Answer by Oliver
You should read the Hinduism because the root of Buddhism comes from this oldest religion.

Source : Yahoo AnswersQuestion : What is your prediction for the world next week?

Q2: Have you ever used a psychic?
Q3: Have you ever known of a prophecy that came true?

Answer by Blahblahblah
That i will (hopefully) take over the world….. *sighs*…………………………………………


Answer by racysilver (n.a.t.a.f.)
1. It’ll be the 1st week in August.
2. No.
3. Yes and it was scarily true. (Car crash.)

Answer by MUSIC AND DREAMS!!!!
blahblahblah is wrong
I will take over the world…in a matter of fact im putting my plans to action on sunday after i hear who is number one in the singles top 40 charts..

Answer by freeDeb
I’l make an” educated guess” that most of the World will be experiencing a heat wave. No and no. Some prophets like, Nostrodomus are very smart though, and are good” educated guessers”, in my opinion.

Source : YoutubeWatch this video on psychic prediction

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The old occult saying of “Know Thyself” sounds merely like a cliché that seems overused in many circumstances in the occult. What does this term mean? How does knowing yourself and the power of “I” effect you as a person.

I would like to share a short biography of my life as a brief example. I would like to make clear the synopsis of this essay is to essentially show how the Will affects the the magical user through magick, but this is not an summary of playing the victim of ‘poor me.’ There are other people with worse things than what I serve an example of in life, but I only know my experiences from my personal perception.