Reposting this today because of feedback from a customer. Yes, I predict death, as it is a part of our evolution as spiritual beings. Yes, the person in question passed through transition, although some details were not exact.
First let me state that I am a human being. I am fallible. I am very good at what I do, but I am not always correct. My accuracy rate is approximately 90%, with some variance depending on the day.
One of the ethical problems facing modern psychics is whether or not to predict death. Lately with the 'think only happy thoughts' paradigm and the overemphasis of the Law of Attraction, predicting death has become taboo. It doesn't help that some unscrupulous fortune tellers of the past have used death predictions to manipulate the credulous out of incredible amounts of money.
Death, like Life, comes to us all. It is a defining part of our very nature. Life and death are actually just two sides of the same coin, the same cycle, the same whole. Our individuality continues after the transition we call death. I can assure you, dear reader, your consciousness will continue, and you will be the same individual after death you were at the time of transition.
Let me make one important statement regarding life and death: it is far easier to grow, change and improve here in life then it is in death. It's not that we cannot grow and change in the invisible world, but it requires much more work and takes much longer to accomplish. Now is our time to work and improve, in mortality.
My ex-wife made reference yesterday to a few conversations we had had over the past six months regarding a young newlywed couple that she is friends with. When she first told me that her co-worker was getting married, I immediately got psychic data about impeding death. However, I didn't feel it was my place to say anything, so I made an offhand comment that my ex-wife did not pick up on that, "things aren't going to go that smoothly."
A few months ago my ex-wife, Rebecca, made reference again to how the newlywed husband had taken ill and been hospitalized. She stated that the doctors thought he might have Leukemia. Now, if it's one thing I hate, it's unwanted advice. But I could tell that my ex-wife wanted to know what I saw. I always find it ironic when Rebecca wants to know what I see with my psychic vision considering how many times she fought me on my predictions when we were married!
Of course, the moment she mentioned Leukemia, I was already tapping in. After all, that's what I do; I'm a psychic. So I asked her, "Do you want to know if he's going to make it?"
She paused for a few seconds and finally said, "Yes."
I told her, "No, he will go back and forth for a while and pass away in about six months."
After about a week, she mentioned to me that her friend had been released from the hospital and the doctors had found nothing wrong with him after all. She seemed genuinely pleased to prove me wrong. I scanned him again. Still picked up cancer or something seriously wrong with the blood. Still got death. So I said, "Well, I don't know what to tell you. I'm still getting the same thing," and let it go.
The day before Thanksgiving, she mentioned to me that she needed me to watch the kids over the Thanksgiving holiday, on Friday specifically, because she had to deliver a care package to her friend, who was again, hospitalized. When I inquired as to what was going on, she said, "They don't know what's wrong with him, but they are pretty sure it's not Leukemia. It's his platelet levels that are down now, not his white blood cells. But me and some of the girls from work are going to swing by and deliver a care package for him and his wife."
No, I did not say 'told you so.' When you are dealing with someone who has selective precognition syndrome, it does no good to argue with them.
This morning she told me that they are releasing her friend from the hospital so he can get his platelet levels up and they are going to remove his spleen in the next few weeks. I couldn't help but think that the treatment for this poor guy just keeps getting more and more complex.
I researched a little about Leukemia this morning and discovered that it's actually a broad term covering a spectrum of diseases. In turn, it is part of the even broader group of diseases affecting the blood, bone marrow and lymphoid system. So, in truth, the ex-wife's friend probably has one of the rarer types of Leukemia.
Now, again, I am not always correct. But I was correct predicting my ex-wife's cancer four and a half years before she got it, in 2006. I didn't necessarily feel she had to pass away early in life, so I encouraged her to take better care of herself. She didn't listen. She did, however, finally start listening when she found the tumors. Luckily, so did her her very intuitive Oncologist. She just passed her five year cancer free mark.
Is a prediction of death always fatal? Absolutely not. In many cases this data comes up as a warning. It's a warning to change directions and make better choices, as it was with my ex-wife.
So, dear reader, what do you think? Is it ethical for a psychic to predict death? Should a psychic only predict death when it can be avoided? Can this precognitive knowledge help us deal better with daily life? Please respond in the comment section below.