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I saw a psychic tonight that my Dad had set up ($120 an hour) and he had this to say about 2012:

 
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I saw a psychic tonight that my Dad had set up ($120 an hour) and he had this to say about 2012:
A lot of psychics are in agreement that the end of 2012 could be a bit ugly. It won't be so destructive as people rumour it to be but still the West Coast of California does not look good. I just got my Daughter [She is married, with a kid, and lives in California. This guy has convinced her to move back home, husband and child. Husband has taken a new job here.] to come back home.
...
The cleansing should take until at least May.
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ME later on: So do you believe it to be Fukushima related or earthquake, physical, because you made it sound like at the beginning (this 2012 was talked about early in the session) that it was some kind of Financial catastrophe (he talked about economies collapsing).
HIM: No, we think it to be Tsunamis.. Places will drop off into the ocean, waves should go inland at least 25 KM [Personally I think it'd be a lot further if it was a shift of some sort] and the water is not going to recede back all the way.


Anyways, there you have it. I'm tired and going to bed.

I am aware most people assume psychic = bullshit, but this man has over 20,000 clients from all ranges of professions, and knew some spot on stuff about my Dad's deceased loved ones (family I never met) that he had no way of knowing.

I'm not here to convince you to believe that genuine ones exist out there, it's futile to try to make a horse drink. You can lead one to water, but you can't make it drink.

I'll be saving a copy of this message in some ridiculous even I am banned. That will speak enough words on the topic for me.
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Re: I saw a psychic tonight that my Dad had set up ($120 an hour) and he had this to say about 2012:
name of the psychic?
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oh well if a psychic said it... it must be true!!!

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Re: I saw a psychic tonight that my Dad had set up ($120 an hour) and he had this to say about 2012:
name of the psychic?
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Not sure how this is relevant.

Good psychics don't live in big houses. A good psychic is someone you haven't heard of before.

If I gave you the name to look up his website, would judging the layout and colour scheme give you some sort of comfort in determining how legit he is? Is this how we silence our conscious now? Telling ourselves that he sounds "sketchy" or "budget" and therefore not credible?

Even if I was to consider satisfying your request, I first of all do not feel comfortable giving out such information.
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Re: I saw a psychic tonight that my Dad had set up ($120 an hour) and he had this to say about 2012:
A lot of psychics are in agreement that the end of 2012 could be a bit ugly. It won't be so destructive as people rumour it to be but still the West Coast of California does not look good. I just got my Daughter [She is married, with a kid, and lives in California. This guy has convinced her to move back home, husband and child. Husband has taken a new job here.] to come back home.
...
The cleansing should take until at least May.
...
ME later on: So do you believe it to be Fukushima related or earthquake, physical, because you made it sound like at the beginning (this 2012 was talked about early in the session) that it was some kind of Financial catastrophe (he talked about economies collapsing).
HIM: No, we think it to be Tsunamis.. Places will drop off into the ocean, waves should go inland at least 25 KM [Personally I think it'd be a lot further if it was a shift of some sort] and the water is not going to recede back all the way.


Anyways, there you have it. I'm tired and going to bed.

I am aware most people assume psychic = bullshit, but this man has over 20,000 clients from all ranges of professions, and knew some spot on stuff about my Dad's deceased loved ones (family I never met) that he had no way of knowing.

I'm not here to convince you to believe that genuine ones exist out there, it's futile to try to make a horse drink. You can lead one to water, but you can't make it drink.

I'll be saving a copy of this message in some ridiculous even I am banned. That will speak enough words on the topic for me.
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When he asked for payment did you ask him to guess your credit card numbers?
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Re: I saw a psychic tonight that my Dad had set up ($120 an hour) and he had this to say about 2012:
name of the psychic?
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Not sure how this is relevant.

Good psychics don't live in big houses. A good psychic is someone you haven't heard of before.

If I gave you the name to look up his website, would judging the layout and colour scheme give you some sort of comfort in determining how legit he is? Is this how we silence our conscious now? Telling ourselves that he sounds "sketchy" or "budget" and therefore not credible?

Even if I was to consider satisfying your request, I first of all do not feel comfortable giving out such information.
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Yes, I would like see his track record and reputation and the way that this psychic would do his business.
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Re: I saw a psychic tonight that my Dad had set up ($120 an hour) and he had this to say about 2012:
oh well if a psychic said it... it must be true!!!

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Fair comment.

On the other hand, how many weather records were broken in your own backyard in the past month, past year?

This is not a topic he ever has to discuss in his sessions. He is only aware for his own family. You see, it's not common for him to sit down and session with a GLPer.

Most people want to know their love, health, and financial future... unfortunately probably not in that order however.
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I think you should ask for your Dad's money back.

"You will not be punished for your anger, you will be punished by your anger"
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Re: I saw a psychic tonight that my Dad had set up ($120 an hour) and he had this to say about 2012:
A lot of psychics are in agreement that the end of 2012 could be a bit ugly. It won't be so destructive as people rumour it to be but still the West Coast of California does not look good. I just got my Daughter [She is married, with a kid, and lives in California. This guy has convinced her to move back home, husband and child. Husband has taken a new job here.] to come back home.
...
The cleansing should take until at least May.
...
ME later on: So do you believe it to be Fukushima related or earthquake, physical, because you made it sound like at the beginning (this 2012 was talked about early in the session) that it was some kind of Financial catastrophe (he talked about economies collapsing).
HIM: No, we think it to be Tsunamis.. Places will drop off into the ocean, waves should go inland at least 25 KM [Personally I think it'd be a lot further if it was a shift of some sort] and the water is not going to recede back all the way.


Anyways, there you have it. I'm tired and going to bed.

I am aware most people assume psychic = bullshit, but this man has over 20,000 clients from all ranges of professions, and knew some spot on stuff about my Dad's deceased loved ones (family I never met) that he had no way of knowing.

I'm not here to convince you to believe that genuine ones exist out there, it's futile to try to make a horse drink. You can lead one to water, but you can't make it drink.

I'll be saving a copy of this message in some ridiculous even I am banned. That will speak enough words on the topic for me.
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When he asked for payment did you ask him to guess your credit card numbers?
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If this is what someone must be able to do to be considered a psychic, then you are asking if I had a session with God.

It is no coincidence that Police Departments request the help of psychics. Do their random guesses that many times lead to something of a smoking gun fall under the category of "coincidence" for you? The statistics of such a thing are astronomical.

name of the psychic?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 19348719


Not sure how this is relevant.

Good psychics don't live in big houses. A good psychic is someone you haven't heard of before.

If I gave you the name to look up his website, would judging the layout and colour scheme give you some sort of comfort in determining how legit he is? Is this how we silence our conscious now? Telling ourselves that he sounds "sketchy" or "budget" and therefore not credible?

Even if I was to consider satisfying your request, I first of all do not feel comfortable giving out such information.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 19079034


Yes, I would like see his track record and reputation and the way that this psychic would do his business.
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Like I said, 20,000 clients. You don't get to such a number doing private, in house sessions, by being a fraud. It is word of mouth from people who felt a connection and that he knew something he could not have known.

Even if you went to his site and there were "Testimonials", you'd just find something wrong with the Testimonial and disregard that too. It's a protection mechanism of the mind. I understand, don't worry. There is nothing he could put on his site that would make you believe he is any more credible than what I could tell you of how I felt.

Last but not least, just go back to assuming I am trolling, this is the safe route.
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Re: I saw a psychic tonight that my Dad had set up ($120 an hour) and he had this to say about 2012:
name of the psychic?
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Not sure how this is relevant.

Good psychics don't live in big houses. A good psychic is someone you haven't heard of before.

If I gave you the name to look up his website, would judging the layout and colour scheme give you some sort of comfort in determining how legit he is? Is this how we silence our conscious now? Telling ourselves that he sounds "sketchy" or "budget" and therefore not credible?

Even if I was to consider satisfying your request, I first of all do not feel comfortable giving out such information.
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In other words you = bullshit not psychics
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I think you should ask for your Dad's money back.
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Why is that?

Interesting quote to have in your signature and make a comment like that.

What your quote is touching on is the interconnectedness of everything/Infinite. Some people can tap into this.
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name of the psychic?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 19348719


Not sure how this is relevant.

Good psychics don't live in big houses. A good psychic is someone you haven't heard of before.

If I gave you the name to look up his website, would judging the layout and colour scheme give you some sort of comfort in determining how legit he is? Is this how we silence our conscious now? Telling ourselves that he sounds "sketchy" or "budget" and therefore not credible?

Even if I was to consider satisfying your request, I first of all do not feel comfortable giving out such information.
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In other words you = bullshit not psychics
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My words have good reasoning behind them. That's more then can be said for that sentence you attempted to string together which doesn't even make sense.
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I saw a psychic once....and she was an elderly lady...and she was spot on.

I don't know how some of them do it. ... But, they are not all frauds.
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OP ,

if the guy has 20,000 clients just spill out the name!!!
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Re: I saw a psychic tonight that my Dad had set up ($120 an hour) and he had this to say about 2012:
OP, aside from all the completely irrelevant questions on here, did the psychic mention which coastal areas would be losing ground? Northern vs Southern Cal? Both?

My house sits about 16 feet above sea level, in an almost direct line with the marine inlet.
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Re: I saw a psychic tonight that my Dad had set up ($120 an hour) and he had this to say about 2012:
Sometimes, I myself, get "ideas" or "thoughts" that later turn out to have been premonitions.
I just don't know what the difference between one of my "thoughts" are..and what is actually a premonition.
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Re: I saw a psychic tonight that my Dad had set up ($120 an hour) and he had this to say about 2012:
heard this before. Guy said whole vancouver island going to get screwed right up. How do we warn peopld? Noone believes this stuff.

Signs in my cith vancouver saying be prepared for earthquake
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Also, within ten miles of the coast. Mt mom's house sits at 3-feet above sea level, and much closer to the marina than mine.
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Re: I saw a psychic tonight that my Dad had set up ($120 an hour) and he had this to say about 2012:
Sounds like he's been on GLP too much
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Re: I saw a psychic tonight that my Dad had set up ($120 an hour) and he had this to say about 2012:
Did anybody read about the flooding in Russia just last week? The psychic is correct we're about to have another biblical flood. I'm not a psychic so how is it I'm not wrong about anything?
I am 1 of a 1000 John Titors.
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Re: I saw a psychic tonight that my Dad had set up ($120 an hour) and he had this to say about 2012:
I think it would be a good idea this psychic does a little bit of research into the matters they speak about so their ideas are at least plausible.

It is impossible for California to "drop off into the ocean."
Its on a strike slip fault - Someday Los Angeles will move north and be parallel with Oakland, East Bay San Francisco - but impossible to drop off.

Oh well.
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Re: I saw a psychic tonight that my Dad had set up ($120 an hour) and he had this to say about 2012:
name of the psychic?
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 19348719


Not sure how this is relevant.

Good psychics don't live in big houses. A good psychic is someone you haven't heard of before.

If I gave you the name to look up his website, would judging the layout and colour scheme give you some sort of comfort in determining how legit he is? Is this how we silence our conscious now? Telling ourselves that he sounds "sketchy" or "budget" and therefore not credible?

Even if I was to consider satisfying your request, I first of all do not feel comfortable giving out such information.
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In other words you = bullshit not psychics
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My words have good reasoning behind them. That's more then can be said for that sentence you attempted to string together which doesn't even make sense.
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I do believe that there are good psychics that can see the future. I have had good ones and bad. Thanks for the info.
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the sun am i are made from pre positioned nukes
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Re: I saw a psychic tonight that my Dad had set up ($120 an hour) and he had this to say about 2012:
I saw a psychic once....and she was an elderly lady...and she was spot on.

I don't know how some of them do it. ... But, they are not all frauds.
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Thank you for the input. I apologize in advance for any Negative Karma.

OP ,

if the guy has 20,000 clients just spill out the name!!!
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It does not matter. You missed the Cardinal rule to not judge a book by its cover.

OP, aside from all the completely irrelevant questions on here, did the psychic mention which coastal areas would be losing ground? Northern vs Southern Cal? Both?

My house sits about 16 feet above sea level, in an almost direct line with the marine inlet.
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I am assuming if something was large enough to go at least 25 KM inland, it would have to be a pretty sweeping Tsunami up and down the coast. We aren't talking so much about a wave, as a displacement of water. A displacement is not going to have pockets of even levels just because you are North or South.

16 feet above sea level is not even taller than some surf waves.... dude.

Sometimes, I myself, get "ideas" or "thoughts" that later turn out to have been premonitions.
I just don't know what the difference between one of my "thoughts" are..and what is actually a premonition.
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That's the craziest thing. Sounds like a scene out of "Waking Life". I'd imagine it'd be difficult to filter out what should be heeded.
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I think you should ask for your Dad's money back.
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Why is that?

Interesting quote to have in your signature and make a comment like that.

What your quote is touching on is the interconnectedness of everything/Infinite. Some people can tap into this.
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Well what you reported this individual told you did not resonate with me when I read it. I can envision a tsunami but I would be personally skeptical of someone who is going to tell you precisely how far they will reach inland? To me that type of specific information would be a red flag that this 'intuitive message' may be a product of or influenced by the mind - that could happen unknowingly too. This individual may believe what he's relaying to be the truth but that doesn't guarantee he's tapping into that intuitive sense when he's relaying this message to you or that he even received that message intuitively. I'm just saying use some discernment.

I believe that the future is intentionally foggy and people can get some general inclinations as to things that may be forthcoming but I don't believe any individual can give you any specifics about the details of any of it.

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Re: I saw a psychic tonight that my Dad had set up ($120 an hour) and he had this to say about 2012:
heard this before. Guy said whole vancouver island going to get screwed right up. How do we warn peopld? Noone believes this stuff.

Signs in my cith vancouver saying be prepared for earthquake
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As a numbers person with a friend in Vancouver, your 2:20 post bothers me. I had no idea there were such signs.

Also, within ten miles of the coast. Mt mom's house sits at 3-feet above sea level, and much closer to the marina than mine.
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Sorry, I don't want to mess your thoughts up. It's a weird topic, especially for anyone in direct areas that hypothetically could be affected.

Sounds like he's been on GLP too much
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I lol'ed.

I think it would be a good idea this psychic does a little bit of research into the matters they speak about so their ideas are at least plausible.

It is impossible for California to "drop off into the ocean."
Its on a strike slip fault - Someday Los Angeles will move north and be parallel with Oakland, East Bay San Francisco - but impossible to drop off.

Oh well.
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Sure you are right, however a wave goes over land (a coastline) and pulls things away with it. We are arguing over what "drops off" means. Washed away would make more sense.

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Not sure how this is relevant.

Good psychics don't live in big houses. A good psychic is someone you haven't heard of before.

If I gave you the name to look up his website, would judging the layout and colour scheme give you some sort of comfort in determining how legit he is? Is this how we silence our conscious now? Telling ourselves that he sounds "sketchy" or "budget" and therefore not credible?

Even if I was to consider satisfying your request, I first of all do not feel comfortable giving out such information.
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In other words you = bullshit not psychics
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My words have good reasoning behind them. That's more then can be said for that sentence you attempted to string together which doesn't even make sense.
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I do believe that there are good psychics that can see the future. I have had good ones and bad. Thanks for the info.
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No problem. For a site I've been on for so long, it was definitely not something I could forget about posting on here.
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Re: I saw a psychic tonight that my Dad had set up ($120 an hour) and he had this to say about 2012:
I saw a psychic once....and she was an elderly lady...and she was spot on.

I don't know how some of them do it. ... But, they are not all frauds.
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When I was young, I had a psychic tell me that I would marry a guy who will wear a military uniform....that he had brown eyes and dark hair.

I thought she didn't know what she was talking about because I was in love with a blue eyed blonde guy at the time. Well, he broke up with me, and eight months later I fell in love with a brown eyed, dark haired guy. We married, and four months later we were shocked when he was drafted into the army at the age of 25. To my disappointment, he decided to make it a career, and stayed in for 25 years.

There were many other things she told me that she was right on.
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I think you should ask for your Dad's money back.
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Why is that?

Interesting quote to have in your signature and make a comment like that.

What your quote is touching on is the interconnectedness of everything/Infinite. Some people can tap into this.
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Well what you reported this individual told you did not resonate with me when I read it. I can envision a tsunami but I would be personally skeptical of someone who is going to tell you precisely how far they will reach inland? To me that type of specific information would be a red flag that this 'intuitive message' may be a product of or influenced by the mind - that could happen unknowingly too. This individual may believe what he's relaying to be the truth but that doesn't guarantee he's tapping into that intuitive sense when he's relaying this message to you or that he even received that message intuitively. I'm just saying use some discernment.

I believe that the future is intentionally foggy and people can get some general inclinations as to things that may be forthcoming but I don't believe any individual can give you any specifics about the details of any of it.
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And my advice to you would be to use some tact.

You don't come into a thread like this and say, "You should ask for your Dad's money back" with nothing else to go on. I don't have to explain the tone and attitude a sentence like that sends right?

Maybe you are both able to see something happening, his delivery was a lot better though.
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You will always get the disbelieving morons ridiculing anyone that mentions psychics, especially this psychic who has 21000 clients. I have no need to doubt that what was said is possible because I have an open mind, therefore what is wrong with assuming that it could be possible? As a Christian, I am prepared to have an open mind, but I must say, that I live well and truly far away from the coast here in Australia, and that perhaps, is why I am willing to have an open mind. I agree with the original comments, it really is none of anyone's business to disclose the psychic's name, assuming only for intimidating and retaliating purposes.
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And my advice to you would be to use some tact.

You don't come into a thread like this and say, "You should ask for your Dad's money back" with nothing else to go on. I don't have to explain the tone and attitude a sentence like that sends right?

Maybe you are both able to see something happening, his delivery was a lot better though.
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Look, I think the guy sold you his opinion when he answered those questions.... That's my impression. You are entitled to your own perspective on it. How was the rest of the reading?

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I saw a psychic once....and she was an elderly lady...and she was spot on.

I don't know how some of them do it. ... But, they are not all frauds.
 Quoting: Butterfly girl


When I was young, I had a psychic tell me that I would marry a guy who will wear a military uniform....that he had brown eyes and dark hair.

I thought she didn't know what she was talking about because I was in love with a blue eyed blonde guy at the time. Well, he broke up with me, and eight months later I fell in love with a brown eyed, dark haired guy. We married, and four months later we were shocked when he was drafted into the army at the age of 25. To my disappointment, he decided to make it a career, and stayed in for 25 years.

There were many other things she told me that she was right on.
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Thanks for contributing to the thread. Stories like this make people more likely to believe in the existence of taboo topics; reference psychics only here, not 2012.

Personally, I wouldn't spout the impending doom unless I knew for %100 sure. If they are meant to leave, something will take them away. Who am I to destroy the mental well-being of people by fear-mongering. I've realized that now about this topic. I'll silently act on my own and take care of those when and if the time comes.

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