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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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Places will drop off into the ocean?

Another person who doesn't know the geology of California.

End of 2012 - NOTHING will happen. Well except we will change from 2012 to 2013.

All of this hype and fear surrounding the Mayan Calendar and the End of the Long year is due to people not understanding that Mayans recycled their calendars just as much as we do. For us your calendar is good every 7 years. Theirs, being so precise and detailed with much larger cycles is recycled every 5125 years (approximately).
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wrong.

get yourself a map and take a look at Baja. VERY fragile land.
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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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Gee, thanks, way to spoil a DOOMgasm! I've always imagined a scenario like in the movie 2012 - earth cracking open, big slabs of land tilting...tilting.....and sliding off into the ocean.
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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:
Possible plot line:

Father wishes daughter to move back closer to home.

He knows she is open minded towards psychics.

He hires a psychic and pays top dollar for him to convince the daughter its a good idea to move home ( with storues of disaster striking her new place of abode).



I'm not saying this is what happened.

I am just saying that if this was a novel, that would be a possible plot line.

(I like to guess what possible plot lines might develop when reading novels)
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Considering how many questions OP dodges I wouldn't be shocked if it were true.
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$125.00 bucks!!!??? You could have gotten that same information here for free. Will you feel terribly taken advantage of when nothing like that happens? Question...why is it there are no psychics winning the lottery? Think about it OP....save your money.
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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:
Possible plot line:

Father wishes daughter to move back closer to home.

He knows she is open minded towards psychics.

He hires a psychic and pays top dollar for him to convince the daughter its a good idea to move home ( with storues of disaster striking her new place of abode).



I'm not saying this is what happened.

I am just saying that if this was a novel, that would be a possible plot line.

(I like to guess what possible plot lines might develop when reading novels)
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Alternate version.

Daughter wants to move herself, husband and child back in with father to avoid paying rent/bills.

She knows he is open minded towards psychics.

She hires a psychic and pays top dollar for him to convince the father its a good idea to let them move home. Complete with stories of disaster striking her new place of abode.
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Re: I saw a psychic tonight that my Dad had set up ($120 an hour) and he had this to say about 2012:
20,000 clients? One hour apiece? How many years did that take? 365 days in a year. 120$ an hour times 20,000 clients AND thats only one visit? He or She is now quite wealthy right? You did'nt ask if the public could be warned?
Some loose ends here Bro.
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I'll tell you anything you want for 120$ an hour.hf
How many feminists does it take to screw in a lightbulb? One. She stands there with the bulb in the socket and waits for the world to revolve around her.
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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.
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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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parts of cali are sitting up above the ocean like a shelf. fag island will break off near the end of the year.
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Why does anybody need a Psychic? Christ, it stands before you!
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Why are you lurking on this topic? Why not find a Christ centered site and topic where you can be with people whom you resonate with.
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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:
Possible plot line:

Father wishes daughter to move back closer to home.

He knows she is open minded towards psychics.

He hires a psychic and pays top dollar for him to convince the daughter its a good idea to move home ( with storues of disaster striking her new place of abode).



I'm not saying this is what happened.

I am just saying that if this was a novel, that would be a possible plot line.

(I like to guess what possible plot lines might develop when reading novels)
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This seems plausible. I also have family living with 1000 yards of the coast line and I worry about them. I have asked them if they have an escape route, supplies, keep emergency travel bags, and etc. They have the information and if that's where they want to live then so be it. I'd like to see them move inland but that isn't going to happen.
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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:
$125.00 bucks!!!??? You could have gotten that same information here for free. Will you feel terribly taken advantage of when nothing like that happens? Question...why is it there are no psychics winning the lottery? Think about it OP....save your money.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 17689295


Psychics never take advantage of their powers for themselves to benefit. Most are very religious and think it is a sin and unethical.

By the way....someone here mentioned Sylvia Brown. I think she was a fraud. Just a gut feeling.
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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:
Possible plot line:

Father wishes daughter to move back closer to home.

He knows she is open minded towards psychics.

He hires a psychic and pays top dollar for him to convince the daughter its a good idea to move home ( with storues of disaster striking her new place of abode).



I'm not saying this is what happened.

I am just saying that if this was a novel, that would be a possible plot line.

(I like to guess what possible plot lines might develop when reading novels)
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 18392317


This seems plausible. I also have family living with 1000 yards of the coast line and I worry about them. I have asked them if they have an escape route, supplies, keep emergency travel bags, and etc. They have the information and if that's where they want to live then so be it. I'd like to see them move inland but that isn't going to happen.
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Same here. My family member has lived in Cali for almost two years. Has never ever been happier, but I did warn.
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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:
Places will drop off into the ocean?

Another person who doesn't know the geology of California.

End of 2012 - NOTHING will happen. Well except we will change from 2012 to 2013.

All of this hype and fear surrounding the Mayan Calendar and the End of the Long year is due to people not understanding that Mayans recycled their calendars just as much as we do. For us your calendar is good every 7 years. Theirs, being so precise and detailed with much larger cycles is recycled every 5125 years (approximately).
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wrong.

get yourself a map and take a look at Baja. VERY fragile land.
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Vancouver Island, B.C. was once along the coast of Mexico. See Roving Real Estate - www.sciencenews.org/pages/pdfs/data/1997/152-11/15211-04.pdf
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I concur with your phychic.
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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:
$125.00 bucks!!!??? You could have gotten that same information here for free. Will you feel terribly taken advantage of when nothing like that happens? Question...why is it there are no psychics winning the lottery? Think about it OP....save your money.
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Psychics never take advantage of their powers for themselves to benefit. Most are very religious and think it is a sin and unethical.

By the way....someone here mentioned Sylvia Brown. I think she was a fraud. Just a gut feeling.
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If she was any good as a psychic she could have found a better plastic surgeon. I'd call her facelift A MAJOR FAIL.
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Totally out of place... at a 'Blood and Guts', Chainsaw, Horror, Haunted House. This fragile, old, India woman had a booth/cardtable set up for palm reading with no customers-too boring for the young kids. Felt sorry for her and spent the $5, a total stranger looking into my soul, my past, my present life... scarier than the Haunted House!
Yes, They are out there.
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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Me too
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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:
$125.00 bucks!!!??? You could have gotten that same information here for free. Will you feel terribly taken advantage of when nothing like that happens? Question...why is it there are no psychics winning the lottery? Think about it OP....save your money.
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Psychics never take advantage of their powers for themselves to benefit. Most are very religious and think it is a sin and unethical.

By the way....someone here mentioned Sylvia Brown. I think she was a fraud. Just a gut feeling.
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If she was any good as a psychic she could have found a better plastic surgeon. I'd call her facelift A MAJOR FAIL.
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Is that why she licks her lips? Why do women who get plastic surgery lick their lips? I would love to have something done, but I'm scared.

Roseanne Barr looks great, but she licks her lips.
Sylvia Brown...................." " " "
Pricilla Presley looks awful plus " " " "

UGH!
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Yesterday, while taking a hike down a road near my house I came across three rattlers spaced about a mile apart. They were of various lengths, the longest about 4 feet, stretched out across the road, and all three were pointing West. Fairly docile snakes that couldn't be bothered by my presence, but never-the-less I came across three (3) of them. I hike this road four times a week and this is the first time ever that I've seen rattle snakes. My feelings were that I was very angry that they were there. Symbolism? Maybe. But I mentioned it to intuitive friends who surmised that there might be trouble in the west.
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OP, what did he say about the East Coast? Will it see a tsunami also?
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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:
waves should go inland at least 25 KM
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25 Kilometers? Are you sure?

That's: 82,021 Feet or 25,000 meters

According to: [link to maps.google.com]

That would cover everything, everywhere (except Antarctica on Google)
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waves should go inland at least 25 KM
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25 Kilometers? Are you sure?

That's: 82,021 Feet or 25,000 meters

According to: [link to maps.google.com]

That would cover everything, everywhere (except Antarctica on Google)
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The tidal waves would go inland a distance 25 kilometers, not at a height of 25 kilometers.
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waves should go inland at least 25 KM
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 19079034


25 Kilometers? Are you sure?

That's: 82,021 Feet or 25,000 meters

According to: [link to maps.google.com]

That would cover everything, everywhere (except Antarctica on Google)
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It would travel inland for 15.5 miles.
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i wonder if this is the quake that breaks off the area from Eureka CA to Yuma, AZ? if so, according to GMS, there will be two land changing quakes in the US to follow...
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[link to news.mongabay.com]

NASA statellite reveals iceberg twice the size of Manhattan breaking off Greenland's ice sheet
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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:
Come on... There is no need to ask a psychic about this. Information about the huge coastal event in early 2013 is already all over the internet, at least to people who pay attention.

Check the Courtney Brown interview with Kerry Cassidy on Whistleblower radio last month on June 13. It's on youtube, find it yourself. A whole team of military remote viewers stumbled across this in 2008 when they did an exercise in viewing the future. The aim was to view 2013 to see if they could find evidence of global warning and they found disasters along coastlines all over the planet, with destruction going well inland. They all got the same thing independently and it was something that nobody expected. They even viewed two timelines, one in which the govt refused to acknowledge the reality and importance of remote viewing and the other in which they did. In the future where the govt told the truth the destruction was a lot less - perhaps because people were warned.

There are plenty of other people who have discussed this experiment, including the precautions taken to prevent front-loading of information. Brown's experimental techniques have improved greatly over the years.

You can find out from sources above where to read the actual reports of the viewers.
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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:
Possible plot line:

Father wishes daughter to move back closer to home.

He knows she is open minded towards psychics.

He hires a psychic and pays top dollar for him to convince the daughter its a good idea to move home ( with storues of disaster striking her new place of abode).



I'm not saying this is what happened.

I am just saying that if this was a novel, that would be a possible plot line.

(I like to guess what possible plot lines might develop when reading novels)
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Considering how many questions OP dodges I wouldn't be shocked if it were true.
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I wrote this during a time I was working like crazy and was just too exhausted to go through questions. I don't mean to dodge anything. It was a reading for me, and I asked about 2012 as I AM a GLPer after all. I can't imagine he gets asked that too often. He did tell me that he has some items in a storage locker just in case.

As for the "plausible story". What happened was that this man, the psychic, ASKED/REQUESTED that his daughter pick up and leave the beginning of her new life with her NEW husband in California and move back home to Canada. The daughter's new husband had to quit his job and find a new one here in Canada. Not to mention he is Asian, and he probably had a difficult time explaining to his family that he has to suddenly pick up and leave everything in California and relocate his life.

$125.00 bucks!!!??? You could have gotten that same information here for free. Will you feel terribly taken advantage of when nothing like that happens? Question...why is it there are no psychics winning the lottery? Think about it OP....save your money.
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To be honest, I have heard having talked to people about this session afterwards that many psychics can even charge over $400.00. Seeing as this is such a specialized type of profession, again assuming it is real and has merit, I don't see it as being too much considering a lot of people in construction make easily over half that an hour. I'm not knocking construction, but I'm just saying that what this man sells for a career is something he claims to be born with and therefore has a limited supply of who can do it.

Possible plot line:

Father wishes daughter to move back closer to home.

He knows she is open minded towards psychics.

He hires a psychic and pays top dollar for him to convince the daughter its a good idea to move home ( with storues of disaster striking her new place of abode).



I'm not saying this is what happened.

I am just saying that if this was a novel, that would be a possible plot line.

(I like to guess what possible plot lines might develop when reading novels)
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 18392317


Alternate version.

Daughter wants to move herself, husband and child back in with father to avoid paying rent/bills.

She knows he is open minded towards psychics.

She hires a psychic and pays top dollar for him to convince the father its a good idea to let them move home. Complete with stories of disaster striking her new place of abode.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 15146787


Again, he asked his daughter to come home, a woman who had recently gotten married and was beginning her life in California. Nothing else to the story.

20,000 clients? One hour apiece? How many years did that take? 365 days in a year. 120$ an hour times 20,000 clients AND thats only one visit? He or She is now quite wealthy right? You did'nt ask if the public could be warned?
Some loose ends here Bro.
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Well he did live on the Penthouse level of his condo. Albeit, not the nicest of condos, but still that is $2.5 million and this is over time. It doesn't sound like that much to be honest. Remember the government takes about half for taxes.

OP, what did he say about the East Coast? Will it see a tsunami also?
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Sorry nothing specific. I also didn't ask about the east coast, but he did mention Tsunamis plural, and talked about the Earth going through a "cleansing". I don't see why the east coast would be safe from this sort of thing because the water would still have to fill a hole, which creates a drop, and then a raise and overspill. I am sure the way it would work is one coast gets it a lot worst, and the other sides feel it worse right on the shoreline and a little bit inwards. Just think about displacement of water. If you suddenly removed a section of water, the water will rapidly move to fill it back up again, and then it has to even out and it's there the water raises.

waves should go inland at least 25 KM
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 19079034


25 Kilometers? Are you sure?

That's: 82,021 Feet or 25,000 meters

According to: [link to maps.google.com]

That would cover everything, everywhere (except Antarctica on Google)
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 454829


The tidal waves would go inland a distance 25 kilometers, not at a height of 25 kilometers.
 Quoting: Anonymous Coward 15651884


Yes, it is the distance traveled inland, not height.

Come on... There is no need to ask a psychic about this. Information about the huge coastal event in early 2013 is already all over the internet, at least to people who pay attention.

Check the Courtney Brown interview with Kerry Cassidy on Whistleblower radio last month on June 13. It's on youtube, find it yourself. A whole team of military remote viewers stumbled across this in 2008 when they did an exercise in viewing the future. The aim was to view 2013 to see if they could find evidence of global warning and they found disasters along coastlines all over the planet, with destruction going well inland. They all got the same thing independently and it was something that nobody expected. They even viewed two timelines, one in which the govt refused to acknowledge the reality and importance of remote viewing and the other in which they did. In the future where the govt told the truth the destruction was a lot less - perhaps because people were warned.

There are plenty of other people who have discussed this experiment, including the precautions taken to prevent front-loading of information. Brown's experimental techniques have improved greatly over the years.

You can find out from sources above where to read the actual reports of the viewers.
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I didn't go there specifically to ask about this. I did it because I'm not the typical person looking long-term for financial advice, love (although I did ask about an ex haha), and health. We were talking about metaphysics, spirituality, UFOs, Auras, and my Mom.
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"Auras and my mom"....

hf

i told my temp roomie about a dream i had of the river through portland rising up and wiping out all along the banks for over inland 50 miles, and he said that in fact that whole riverside area is incredibly vulnerable to a water surge like that because it's all built on silt. slip slidin' away.

in my dream i saw land shaking and fires while the banks widened and houses fell in. this was last year, a good rip roarin' GLP dream. could have just been all the foreclosures, too.

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You can live chat with some very credible and accurate psychics on [link to www.expertbooth.com]
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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've seen 3 physics, only the 1st was genuine. I paid for an Aura reading, he brought up 5 subjects on his own, all were pertinent, 2 of them I was shocked and 1 I didn't want him talk or know about. There are people that can meditate and pick up on things from your energy or aura.

Being a learned person in this area, just because he is physic does not mean he can accurately predict your future reality you experience. It is possible to a degree, but it's like picking a horse, you may say it's 99.9% chance, never 100% because the creation has a degree of chance/variability inherit. All the possibilities may be known but which one manifests isn't known 100% until it is manifest.

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