Of the mind, mental. A person who claims to have an ability to perceive information hidden from normal senses through extrasensory perception.If I was sending e-mails, Tweets, and other stuff that I would describe as Spam to all the people who I have in my circles on Google, or who have me in their circles, my Twitter followers, or the people who have connected with me on Facebook or Goodreads stuff advertising a religious belief of mine, or religious preference of mine I would be sued by the end of the day!
Yet I get stuff for psychic readings almost everyday!
I am not getting down on psychics. I think it falls into the category of religion or religious beliefs. It is backed up by what people believe to be true about the world we live in regardless of what we can prove or disprove. I don’t push my beliefs in this matter on others as I respect those who don’t push their beliefs on me.
Let me point out a couple of Facts.
If a psychic was real and had the abilities a great psychic would actually have they would know I have no interest. If I had a working time machine, a subject I play with in many of my books on a daily basis, I would not step one day into the future for fear of ruining the surprise or changing the possible outcome through a preconcieved advanced knowledge of the future. A true psychic would pick up on this and not contact me, ever!
Second is that every few months I see ad’s for and bill boards for Psychic Fairs! If there were really psychics and so many of them were planning to meet together on a specified date they would all know and pick up on it. Why would they need to advertise the Fair? When I see these Ad's I always think about buying a billboard that says “Learn to Read, Fight Illiteracy! 1-800-DUM-BASS” If you can’t read, you wouldn't be able to read the bill board.
One final note on my rant.
Does everybody get ads for wigs, or just people with perfectly beautiful bald heads! Am I being profiled because of my lack of hair or just being paranoid?