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The Best Phone Psychic Networks | psychics4today

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[dropcap]D[/dropcap]on’t be scammed by a fake psychic! I’ll show you where to get the best psychic readings and teach you how to avoid online scams.

Even in the high tech, scientifically advanced era we now live in, mankind’s fascination with the supernatural and the unknown continues to thrive. By all indications, religion and spirituality don’t appear to be going anywhere anytime soon and if anything, seem to evolve in response to the shifting zeitgeist and intellectual advancements of society. Likewise, interest in metaphysics and ancient pseudosciences like astrology and divination also continue to exist and many people still swear by them!

Many people at some point in their lives will be tempted to dip their toes in the occult pool and seek psychic consultation either out of curiosity or desperation. There are many self-proclaimed psychics out there and thanks to the internet, getting advice from a supposed psychic is easier than ever! But are any of them legit? And how do you avoid being scammed? Here are some tips and recommendations to consider before seeking a psychic consultation.

Things to beware of:


⊗ Beware of psychics who claim that you or your family is cursed and request more money to remove it.

⊗ A lot of personal information about people can be found on the internet nowadays. Make sure that anything a psychic tells you is not something that could easily be found online. In order to establish credibility with a client, a psychic will try to tell them things about themselves and any information such as your name and phone number could be used to conduct a background check especially if the consultation is done over the phone.

⊗ Do a google search for negative reviews and scam reports about that psychic.

⊗ Make sure to read any fine print and legal disclaimers to spot hidden terms and conditions for their services.

⊗ Do not respond to unsolicited consultation offers sent from strange email addresses.

⊗ Only choose psychics with a money back satisfaction guarantee.

⊗ Never enter credit card information on the internet except on authorized sites with secure payment servers.


Recommended Psychic Networks


Asknow.com

“Asknow has been in business for over 20 years and is one of the most trusted names in the psychic industry. Asknow has a wide range of readers to choose from, each specializing in different areas of life including love & relationships, career advice, finances, and more.”

I’ve used this service numerous times, and I’ve always been blown away by how spot-on and accurate my readings have been. All of the psychics from Asknow that I have spoken to have been very friendly, compassionate, and honest.” – psychics4today.com

  • Large Selection of Psychic Readers To Choose From (available 24/7)
  • Choose Between Phone or Online Chat Readings
  • Best Love And Relationship Psychics in the Industry
  • Satisfaction Guarantee on All Readings
  • Readings Offered in Both English and Spanish
  • New Customer Discount: 15 Minute Reading For Just $10

call them at 1-888-577-8147 Outside of the US or Canada? Click Here

Psychicsource.com

“Founded in 1989, Psychic Source is one of the oldest and most respected psychic networks in the world. Unlike other services, PsychicSource.com requires all of their psychic advisors to go through a strict and through screening process. This testing process helps them weed out the bad apples, so only the best psychic readers are allowed into their network.”

The thing I like most about PsychicSource.com is that their psychics are brutally honest. They won’t sugar-coat things or tell you just what you want to hear. They’ll tell you the honest truth, even if it hurts. I’ve used this company several times, and I’ve never been disappointed with a reading. – psychics4today.com

  • Over 25 Years in Business With A Proven Track Record
  • Offers Many Different Types of Psychic Readings
  • All Psychics Are Thoroughly Tested and Screened To Ensure Accuracy
  • 100% Satisfaction Guarantee on All Readings
  • Special Introductory Offer: Just $0.66 Per Minute For First-Time Customers

Use code 22356 when you purchase 1.866.953.6748

Source: The Best Phone Psychic Networks of 2017 [I’ve Tried Them All!]

 

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    Louis de Wohl: The Astrologer Who Helped Foil Hitler – The Daily Beast

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    [dropcap]I[/dropcap]n the run-up to WWII, British intelligence unleashed an astrologer on an unsuspecting American public to sway public opinion on the war. He was a persuasive fake.

    Two years before the Americans entered WWII, the British government had already taken up arms against the Nazis in response to their invasion of Poland in 1939. The U.S. had taken an isolationist stance and showed little interest in entering the growing war in Europe. British intelligence agencies sought to change this through the use of black propaganda. They recruited the help of a British spy named Louis De Wohl to act as an astrologer publishing predictions meant to gin up American interest in the war.

    De Wohl became wildly popular in America to such an extent that his supposed prognostications were even included in American Newsreel broadcasts. He gained credibility with his seemingly accurate predictions and was dubbed as the ‘Nostradamus’ of his time. He, for instance foretold that an ally of Hitler, who was neither German nor Nazi would go “violently insane” somewhere near South America or the Caribbean. Three days later, news reports reached Americans that the Vichy High Commissioner of the French West Indies, Admiral Georges Robert had gone officially nuts. The American public was intrigued with De Wohl’s mysterious prescience and the media sought exclusive interviews with the phony astrologer to learn more. The news was fabricated but Americans were none the wiser.

    By the time Japanese planes attacked Pearl Harbor in 1941, Americans were already primed to enter the fray. British intelligence had shifted their propaganda focus to the German public. After one of Hitler’s top commanders, Rudolph Hess defected from the Reich under the advisement of an astrologer, Hitler commenced a special order that had some 600 astrologers arrested in Germany. The Nazi preoccupation with mysticism and the occult was a source of mixed interest for Hitler. While he was largely dismissive of the supernatural, he still allowed for moderate utility of it when it served the interests of his Nazi agenda. Heinrich Himmler oversaw a Nazi science academy called the Das Ahnenerbe that undertook research into astrology, map dowsing, spirit channeling, and other forms of divination. The organization set about searching for and excavating locations and objects of supernatural significance such as the lost city of Atlantis and the Lance of Destiny, a spear believed to have pierced the rib of Christ during his crucifixion.

    In light of Hitler’s astrology ban, the British secretly distributed their own astrology predictions disguised to resemble that of German astrology publications. The idea was to present the notion that underground German occultists were behind it’s distribution in defiance of Hitler’s prohibition. The plan failed however and the Gestapo seized the magazine from circulation.

    Nevertheless, the Nazi regime crumbled both internally and militarily. In the aftermath of the war, the U.S. and U.S.S.R. plundered the spoils of the Nazi cache of occult research, which included artifacts and records of bizarre experiments and studies. Interest in the supernatural grew, and as the two countries moved into the Cold War, each side wondered what information the other might be withholding. To this day, the U.S. continues to conduct research into supernatural phenomenon such as ESP (extrasensory perception) and the notion of a “sixth sense”.

     

    Source: Louis de Wohl: The Astrologer Who Helped Foil Hitler – The Daily Beast

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