People differ on subject of psychics
June 27, 2012 1:32PM
Updated: July 29, 2012 6:16AM
Dr. Wallace: I’m writing in response to your answer to the young woman who went to, as she calls it, a “fortuneteller.” The fortuneteller advised her that her boyfriend was not going to marry her. The woman was upset with the answer and wanted you to tell her the fortuneteller is a fraud and that she and her boyfriend would probably marry and live happily ever after.
Unfortunately, that’s exactly what you did. Shame on you. I can tell you have never witnessed someone with a gift such as a medium, telekinetic, clairvoyant or telepathic. I am a psychic and a parapsychologist. You show your ignorance when you tell this girl that no human being can accurately predict the future. This is simply not true. My grandmother is a practicing palmist and “future” teller who is over 90 percent correct on her predictions. After all, nobody is perfect.
San Francisco, Calif.
Sanjee: I have received several comments from readers who say that they have the ability to peer into the future and asked me to change my mind.
I do not believe the future is accessible to human beings, but I respect their views, and I appreciate that you took the time to state your case.
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