Can you sense anything about me? By they way,I look nothing like I do in my profile picture. Thanks for your answers.
I can if you’re willing to give a picture. I am clairvoyant, but it’s not my strongest gift. It’s actually my weakest. My strongest gift is my clairsentience–I feel. And I’m very good at feeling things based on pictures. Got a myspace or “facebook” account with a picture you can send me to? But mostly… I can’t call on it yet. Stuff just comes to me.
Hmmm…. right now I sense that you’re young, maybe late 20’s at the very most, inquisitive, a good sense of humor, almost a wicked one, you like teasing people, making them think, and you’re trying to suss out a real psychic either b/c you have questions or b/c you, like many on here, aren’t sure psychics are for real (I suspect the former rather than the latter, but I’m getting both at the moment). You’re not shy, but not super out-going either, sort of in the middle. You like being around people, but not the life of the party.
How’d I do? You can email me through my profile if I’m correct.
did a Tarot reading for you ;
The Devil Divinatory Meaning: The positive aspect of the devil is a healthy bond or commitment. If it’s drawn with the question of marriage in mind, it’s a good omen. In other cases however, the Devil is associated with lust and temptation and may mean a bondage to other things not so healthy for us such as additions, chemical abuse, drunk on power, or clinging to beliefs that do us more harm than good. There are also other kinds of bondage we can suffer from. This may be a case where we are fooling ourselves into believing something blatantly not good for us. An example might be thinking that getting drunk every night on red wine will make us live longer. If the Devil appears in your card, review the course you are on and make sure you’re not following a course more out of lower emotions such as lust, greed or desire, versus higher ones like love and altruism.
The Hanged Man
The Hanged Man Divinatory Meaning: The hanged man is a card that relates to self-sacrifice in order to attain a higher spiritual goal. The upside down position can reflect that this person is an outcast of society and tends to follow his or her own inner voice. The fact that the man is suspended upside down can represent a time of transition, limbo or a pause in life until something or someone is sacrificed for the greater gain of others. This card has been linked to spiritual lives such as Christ’s and the legends of Osiris where the destruction of the ego brings greater meaning and awareness to society. A negative slant on this card would represent poor health, a weakness of will, selfishness and a person who uses their self-sacrifice ways to become a martyr. It suggests patience and to watch out for paths that lead in a bad direction.
Divinatory Meaning: This card depicts multiple elements of the word and beyond, signifying ‘wholeness’. It is both man and angel, bird and beast. It’s a good card to draw in that it represents completeness, contentment, harmony, success, prosperity and personal realization. This card can also mean the shedding of old and making way for the new. It encourages us to be patient, and if there is a negative side to this card it would be stagnation, impatience, and a soft will. However, the major thrust of this card is that the events of our life, in this world, are coming together to fulfill our dreams!