Re: I can use some help - guidance by #28223 ..... Spirituality Forum
Date: 5/9/2009 2:44:19 AM ( 14 years ago ago)
I must say that I'm a bit troubled by something you wrote: "She told me that I have an evil spirit that has attached itself to me and I must go back to her if I want to get rid of it." My worry is that she may be attempting to scam you. Did she tell you to bring money to her so that she can get rid of the evil spirit? Sad to say, there have been many people who have been conned out of their money by unscrupulous so-called psychics after being told something similar to what was said to you. If I were you, I would be careful because she may be preying on your vulnerabilities right now. You have been through an awful lot and I would not want you to get scammed.
How did you find this psychic? Did someone recommend her to you? I have gotten psychic readings in the past but have been careful to find out all I can about the psychic I'm considering.
You mentioned getting the devil card when she did a tarot reading. Did she draw it and then tell you about the evil spirit? If so, that is troubling. The devil card is not about evil spirits. People who have never had a tarot reading tend to be horrified if the devil card is drawn. However, what it represents is ambitions that are synonomous with temptation and addition. It's also a warning to someone who is too restrained and never allows herself to get passionate, wild or messy. It could also represent a powerful man who is hard to resist.
My advice to you is not to return to this psychic. If you wish to go to another psychic, then take the time to do research. One site I found on-line said one way to find a good psychic in your area is to do a google search entering "psychics City, State" (obviously you enter your own city and state). I found a good psychic in my area by doing that. Also, I found a medium that way, too.
As for getting your evil eye/cross necklace blessed by your priest---On my mother's side, the family was Orthodox. I'm sure my late grandmother would have agreed with your neighbor's advice.
I wish you and your family the best of luck.
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