Source : Yahoo AnswersQuestion : Do you believe in mediums, sorceress, fortune tellers, etc.?

It has been on the news that a 3 year old boy is missing in Missouri. They can’t find him anywhere. His parents live in a rural/wooded area, he was playing outside and seems to have wondered away or was abducted. A full scale search is in progress.
If there are those that can for-tell or envision things, why don’t they help? Why not come out and tell or show what happened or where this little boy is?

Answer by Sophia
I believe very few people have a gift for that, but mostly people just want to scam others out of their money. It’s become just a form of entertainment and a way to con people.

Answer by Whiplash
not really

Answer by L
I never have and I never will.
Ever

Answer by Miranda F
no such no such no such thing

Answer by bigjohn B
I have not time for mediums, extra large is my speed.

Answer by Yvonne
Because they are not real or they are dealing with demons, demons are not on the side of the people who believe in the Almighty.

Answer by Saves The Day!
maybe the kid is dead, or maybe they just don’t want to?

Answer by rock
I personally don’t believe in those things and fortune tellers is a big scam, all they do is read your body language and make a judgement based on that.

Answer by jordon
why believe in fake mediums, sorceress, fortune tellers, when really, there fake, just fake, have faith that he will be found

Answer by serious guy
hells no, its a load of B.S

Answer by hiphopapotamuz
no, but i get a lot of deja vu sometimes i dream of something and the nit actually happens, no joke

Answer by Nikki911
No, I don’t believe that any person could possibly posses powers. Really. I asked a question similarly a little while ago, and I have come to the conclusion that they just aren’t real. They haven’t came out and done anything, because their too afraid of getting it wrong. Oh, and because they don’t want people to believe their phoniess.

Answer by Nature Lover
Let me ask you a question: Why do all these people work for a living? Their “powers” should allow them to guess the lottery numbers, the sequence on a bank’s safe, etc.! Some of them state they can not deal with money matters. Then, how come they charge you for a “consultation”?
It is all a bunch of crap!

Answer by Christian lady
I personally do not believe in mediums, or fortune tellers. I believe
there are people who are more in tune with their feelings than others,
and maybe pick up on info that people say more than others, but
the Bible says we are not to consult or be with those involved with
“familiar spirits,”
I do hope they find the little boy, and I hope he is okay.
God bless

Answer by David
There shall not be found among you any one that maketh his son or his daughter to pass through the fire, or that useth divination, or an observer of times, or an enchanter, or a witch,
– Or a charmer, or a consulter with familiar spirits, or a wizard, or a necromancer.
– For all that do these things are an abomination unto the LORD: .

DEUTERONOMY CHAPTER 18
10 -12

Answer by Marie H
There are many reasons why these people don’t come forward.
1. Nobody ever believes them.
2. A lot of these “psychics” only get visions, etc when placed in close proximity or when they have actual contact with a loved one or article of clothing from the child.
3. They do come forward often and are discounted because the police get so many leads from “eyewitnesses” etc that they place no value at all on a psychic.
4. When there is a genuine psychic, they are often extremely busy with other cases that don’t make it on to the news because the children aren’t as cute.

Too many fake psychics have ruined things for the true psychics. Most have learned the hard way that there is little they can do unless someone actually seeks their services. There is very little respect for them and what they do and they are tired of constantly defending themselves. Sometimes when a psychic comes forward with information that helps solve cases such as these, they are immediately a suspect. They are “held” while being grilled and all but forced to admit accomplice. They spend more time defending themselves and their leads aren’t followed until it is too late.

Answer by missleslie
Hi Rolling Stone…I can tell you why some won’t, it’s because God says not to mess with anyone who partakes in these actions. Sorry to say they are all run by Satan. Look in the back of your Bible in the Concordance for these words –mediums, sorceress etc. and you will be able to find where God says no. Prayer is more powerful than anything on earth and the more the better. Remember we all belong to God and no one loves the Children more than God not even the parents.. God Bless you in your research. missleslie

Source : Yahoo AnswersQuestion : Ramadan:Does the one who goes to a fortune teller and asks him about something become a kaafir?

Answer by Edward ‘Whitebeard’ Newgate
No, but I don’t think it’s something you should do.

Answer by Righteous
No, but its not good to go and ask about future…
because you make future with your hands!!!

Answer by Sahar…
YEAH!! IT EVEN SAYS IT IN THE QURAN!! its so haram 🙂

Answer by madmax
No he doesn’t becomes a kaffir , but it is not permissible in Islam. It is called the “Shrik”

Allah clearly states in the Qur’an that no one knows the unseen besides Him. Not even the Prophet Muhammad (Pbuh). Allah said: “With Him are the keys to the unseen and none knows it except Him alone.

Nabi (saw) said, “The Salaah of whoever approaches a fortune teller and asks him about anything will not be accepted for 40 days and nights.”

Answer by Kells is a MAN!
The ruling concerning those who go to them and believe them is that they are guilty of kufr; if they do not believe them, their prayers will still not be accepted from them for forty days.

The ruling on fortune-telling, i.e., soothsaying, and claiming to know the unseen, is that these are actions which condemn a person to Hell and put him beyond the pale of Islam.

Fortune-tellers cooperate with the jinn; they are liars who cooperate with the shayaateen (devils), who do not help them except after they have changed their religion, and whoever changes his religion [leaves Islam] is to be executed.

Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said: “Whoever goes to a fortune-teller and believes what he says, has disbelieved in what was revealed to Muhammad.” (Narrated by al-Tirmidhi, 135; Abu Dawood, 3904; Ibn Maajah, 639; Ahmad, 9252.

This is a Sahih Hadith

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