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I am on many web communities as well as a contributor to places like GoArticles.com where other people may go to get free content to put in their forums or on their web sties. It has led to interesting exposure in other places to be sure. I picked up an article on this site from a national journalist who tried to set up a psychic and expose a fraud. He was amazed and got more than he bargained for and later apologized to psychic. I doubt any of seventy papers or magazines he writes for picked up this true story. I put it on a few sites and many people said they knew psychics were frauds and they had never called one. I have not called a psychic hot line but I have had lots of psychics approach me and tell me things for reasons that will be fleshed out further in this book. Here is one of my responses to a person on an MSN community who pointed out that real psychics often do not charge.
‘I have never charged. I tell people who want to pay, that they should pass blessings on to others in random acts of kindness, and it does not come from me.
There are many people who will not believe it is possible even when they see it for their own eyes. I have set up major tests for myself and I have delivered according to RIGHT THOUGHT (Which includes it being important to demonstrate to them that this is nature of reality.). Here are a few examples:
1. Decreeing that I win a nationwide draw for a Mazda RX-7.
2. An afternoon delight for two in OKC for me and a friend. It was Sunday in a brown bag State and call came via phone. (Never happens and was a real 'trip' that impacted him and his growth greatly.)
3. Affecting wind and rain two separate nights one after other - mostly done by an adept I met.
4. An exorcism of a person already given Last Rites - attested by all medical people at St. Francis Hospital in Indy and for two years of prior study at McGill and Mayo Clinic, and a Monsignor.
5. A three month long Decree for my 'twin' attested by many at a bar in Lakewood California.
6. Saying that I would end up doing something 'fantastic' for a career to people and yet I had no proof it would occur or contact from my brother who was thousands of miles away. A tea leaf reader told my girlfriend about it during this time and I told my lady 'See I was right’; and later I had to tell her not to join me (The stupidest thing as far as personal relationships I have ever done. I loved her more than any other since, but I was just twenty years old at that time and she had a job of some note and would have had to leave it.).
7. Healing that person of a problem with her liver that medical doctors were going to have to remove a third of her liver. While she was involved with me it cleared up and then it had to be operated on two years later.
There are many other such things, including what I am now doing.’
This book will hopefully have many questions from people on web who are able to formulate some pretty ridiculous questions to say least.
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