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Source : Yahoo AnswersQuestion : How do I get rid of a curse?

For the last couple of days I’ve been feeling super depressed for no reason which is weird for me.
About three days ago I told an ex boyfriend who was trying to get back with me that I had been drugged and raped and he went ballistic on me. This guy practices witch craft, and I basically told him to fuck off.
Yesterday my dog died. So I’m looking around my email searching for pictures of her and I see something from an online psychic saying someone tried throwing negative energy at me and that I’m in danger. She gave me a spell of protection to use but I don’t have what I need to do it.
Then I decide to text my ex, who openly admitted to cursing me.
My dog already died and now I’m extremely worried.
How do I break a curse?

I went to this site http://spellsandmagic.com/RemovingCurses.html but my ex is homeless and he doesn’t have any property to for me to bury it on. Someone please help, I’m really freaked out.
And before all of this I never really believed in witch craft having an effect on things. But I’m scared.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Answer by Max Cruise
You need to continue believing that witchcraft is not real.
NEVER IN HUMAN HISTORY HAS A MAGIC SPELL ACTUALLY WORKED.
You are not cursed.
I am still feeling the loss of my favorite cat from last October.
The website in your question is a money making scam. As we now know, magic spells do not work. Neither do curses.
Why do you have any contact with a person that is homeless?
You need to be surrounded with good people with good values that are contributing members of society.
You are incorrect, your homeless ex has a cell phone “Then I decide to text my ex, who openly admitted to cursing me.” Therefore he does have property.
Why would a homeless person have a cell phone rather than use the money to help their station in life?
Is your statement of being drugged and raped true?
If yes, that would be the source of your emotional state, not a fictional curse.

Source : Yahoo AnswersQuestion : What do you think my credit score is around?

I became a Bank Of America member about 2 years ago. On my online bank account when a click on “my portfolio” it says I have had about $ 17000 action, like checks, purchases and all that.

Answer by Uncommon Sense
We are not psychic.

Answer by bdancer222
Not sure what “$ 17000 action” means but bank accounts do not impact your credit score. Scores are based on credit reports which show the history of loans and credit cards.

If you have never had a loan or credit card, then you have no credit history and your FICO score would be 0.

CreditKarma.com offers a free score estimator based on your TransUnion credit report. It’s not FICO but within 50 points or so. You could check there to get an idea of your score.

Source : Yahoo AnswersQuestion : How can someone believe the sun is solid?

He thinks the sun is a giant burning volcano of molten rock. When I corrected him and even showed multiple online sources that said it is made of gas he said it is all lies and that they and I don’t know what I am talking about. How can someone disbelieve such a widely accepted scientific theory.
@andrew Funny you should say that, because he doesn’t believe in evolution either.

Answer by Andrew
The same way all those kooks believe in this “2012” BS.
Just because something has been proven through science, or that science shows evidence of a certain possibility, doesn’t mean people will believe it.
There are people who still don’t believe evolution takes place…..crazy

Answer by Brody Mcinnis
Well people think that because volcano’s do cool and turn into rock.But its so hot it just melts and another volcano erupts.

Answer by Emmy
sun is not solid, its made out of gas.

Answer by Miles Dewar
Don’t forget that solids have Immense amounts of open space too! Even if the sun was made of steel, it would still not be “solid” in the same sense that gas isn’t “solid.”

Answer by – Dalinian – ★ ☮ ♥ ꂨ ♻
Hi John,

I’ve heard some weird beliefs in my time, but “the sun is a giant burning volcano of molten rock” strikes me as mad-as-a-box-of-frogs weirdness. Personally, it was a shock to me that one of my university-educated friends had bought into ‘Theta Healing’ – a US-based health fraud scam centred around xtian faith healing. The easiest thing to do is fall back on something my old mother used to say, “There’s nowt so queer as folk!”
» http://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/there’s_nowt_so_queer_as_folk

“So we are left with the legacy of two types of thinking errors: Type 1 Error: believing a falsehood and Type 2 Error: rejecting a truth. … Believers in UFOs, alien abductions, ESP, and psychic phenomena have committed a Type 1 Error in thinking: they are believing a falsehood. … It’s not that these folks are ignorant or uninformed; they are intelligent but misinformed. Their thinking has gone wrong.
~ Michael Shermer, from the Introduction to ‘Why People Believe Weird Things’, 1997 & 2002
» quoted in – http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Michael_Shermer#Published_works

So it sounds like the person in question is combing the two thinking errors: rejecting a truth AND believing a falsehood.

If you’d like a deeper insight, on the basis of the quality of Michael Shermer’s previous works, I’d recommend:
• The Believing Brain: From Ghosts and Gods to Politics and Conspiracies – How We Construct Beliefs and Reinforce Them as Truths, May 2011
— about: “Synthesizing thirty years of research, psychologist and science historian Michael Shermer upends the traditional thinking about how humans form beliefs about the world. Simply put, beliefs come first and explanations for beliefs follow. The brain, Shermer argues, is a belief engine. Using sensory data that flow in through the senses, the brain naturally begins to look for and find patterns, and then infuses those patterns with meaning, forming beliefs. Once beliefs are formed the brain begins to look for and find confirmatory evidence in support of those beliefs, accelerating the process of reinforcing them, and round and round the process goes in a positive-feedback loop. In The Believing Brain, Shermer provides countless real-world examples of how this process operates, from politics, economics, and religion to conspiracy theories, the supernatural, and the paranormal. And ultimately, he demonstrates why science is the best tool ever devised to determine whether or not our beliefs match reality.”
» Google books – http://books.google.co.uk/books?id=3Pw0pwAACAAJ&dq=The+Believing+Brain:+From+Ghosts+and+Gods+to+Politics+and+Conspiracies—How+We+Construct+Beliefs+and+Reinforce+Them+as+Truths.&hl=en&sa=X&ei=WkRqT7TBF9SZ0QWy7Ln7CA&ved=0CDMQ6AEwAA

Share and Enjoy, Peace-&-Love, Dalinian – ★ ☮ ♥ ꂨ ♻

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