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Fooling The Psychic

Get a FREE psychic reading right now at PsychicAccess.comWhat happens when you fool the psychic? I am certain a small portion of my callers ‘test the psychic’. This is part of our job. Often we get questions like: ‘What am I thinking now?’ or ‘Tell me about Mark’ (not telling me it’s her husband, and setting the question so that with a retort like “He’s my husband” and ending a conversation, without my being able to explain perhaps what he is really feeling and why). Other techniques are easy to spot, such as clients laughing or snickering during the reading.

I deal with these cases very patiently because I am probably picking up on another dominant energy in their life, and as a card reader can tell as they are asking the question, which question is being asked. It’s like a running log of the client’s questions, possible answers, and the subsequent ‘report’ which will tell me, as the reader, whether the client is lying or not.

If they are paying for the entertainment aspect, I do understand that I can benefit in depth from the reading I am getting from them, often enlightening me on many important events, like watching a news log, irrespective of this being their question or not. Sometimes I am getting four or five answers at once, and it will take a bit of a conversation to explain all aspects of them.

I humor them as I know the answer I am getting will be about them, possibly a prediction, and as they are not phrasing the question directly, another answer to a completely different issue. I also wonder if they are trying to ‘mask’ the situation, if I am picking up their true question (disguised as a false question) and perhaps other issues, such as world events and up to the minute channels on what is occurring in this very moment in our present moment of time. My cards or information is very strict, and also will deliver warnings and suggestions, even if they cannot hear them. I tend to learn a tremendous amount from any question asked due to multiple time frames or ‘realities’.

I am able to track a clients’ question due to the consistency of the cards, and it’s like a three way conversation:  I can see what question the client is asking.  As they ask it as each card will mirror this to the moment. I then have to ask the client to stop talking so I can focus on the answer. I have even had the most interesting readings where the cards will announce when the client is being disconnected due to a dropped call or needing to add funds!

Should the question be incorrect, they will get a channel about something else in their lives, sometimes a prediction, which they will not be able to determine unless I was able to give them more information by knowing what their true question is. If I spot inconsistencies, I will continue to relay the information to the client as I read it.

Cards are fantastically accurate, which to me like a system can always be reproduced, even if only an experienced card reader can see the repeating patterns, bearing in mind there is a considerable talent needed to see all planes (time frames at once). If the proposed prankster were to write the information down and not frame it according to the questions they demanded, they will have an answer in time. Remember, you cannot force the cards (or me) to answer a question, information does not present as a yes or no, but as a fact.

About The Author: Carmen Miro

Carmen’s waking dreams have provided accurate glimpses into the future for celebrities as well as political and international figures. Her non-judgmental, Empathic approach, as well as her unique method of Tarot reading, affords her the reputation as a groundbreaker in her field. This European born Canadian is the first online psychic to promote the idea of Empathy and emotional thought transference, and she has written a great deal on the subject. For a comprehensive Intuitive reading that will transform your life, you can find Carmen at

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