how to become a fortune teller?

how to become a fortune teller?
I want to read tarot cards and palmistry for a business. How would one go about this without looking like a goof. I would like to do parties and private clients. Also, how much to charge per reading. I have good intuition and some psychic abilities.

Suggestion by Tall Paul
The best way to start giving readings is with your friends and family. Whenever you have a gathering, pull out the cards and people will be very interested. Before you do this, however, have business cards made up with your email and/or phone number on it so that people can get ahold of you for a reading. Word of mouth is an AMAZING way to get referrals! Everytime I go to a party, I always bring my cards with me and someone will bring up the topic of readings because they know me… a crowd gathers and lots of new clients materialize. Usually, with friends, I just ask for a donation… I don’t have a set fee because their word of mouth advertising is better than the few extra dollars you can make that night.

The next thing I would do is join . This website allows you to have a website and you log in when you want to give readings. There is a lot of competition there, but if your website is good, you’ll get clients. YOU choose how much you want to charge per minute… they get a portion of it. I have had MANY repeat clients there, but you’ll also get a slew of people who want “free minutes” and they are basically “psychic junkies.” They ask all of these psychics for free minutes (which I always give), but I really feel very bad for the people because they rely so much on other people for living their own lives. I try as much as possible to help my clients develop their own intuition so they don’t need psychics all the time!

The other thing that is good about is that the client doesn’t know your phone number… only the computer that connects you together knows your number. You only appear on the website when you log in or you set up a schedule to receive calls. This can prevent people calling you at 3 in the morning if you’re trying to sleep. (BUT… I happen to be a night owl and I get MORE calls at 3 in the morning so that works to my advantage. There are less psychics available at those times of the day).

If you want to open a physical location… you’ll need to check with your local city government to see if you need a business license or if they have any other special requirements. Some cities require background checks etc.

Back to fees… I have always used the donation system and it has worked well with me (when I’m not using I have no set fee…. some people pay more than others. I LOVE doing it so much, I would never consider turning away someone just because they don’t have money. BUT… I am being told by my Angels that they want me to start charging a set price sometime in the near future. You might want to check around in your city to see what other people charge if you’re going to have a storefront. A lot of cities have “Psychic Fairs”… find out who organizes these and ask how you can participate. Usually those prices are set by the organizers.

My website is at . I had my first psychic experience at the age of 6 and I started helping other people using these gifts when I was in early high school. I am going to be 41 next week, so I’ve had many years experience helping people and I would like to encourage you to do the same! Just start… don’t be afraid!!! You’ll LOVE IT!!!

: )

Suggestion by Isabelle
I actually used to read the tarot for a profession. I found the greatest book called ” Professional Tarot” by Christine Jette It was all about setting up shop and learning the business/client relationship. It was soooo useful It helped me to be a better business person as well as a better tarot reader! I also went around to book stores ( metaphysical ones mostly ) and asked them if they were interested in having a reader ( i gave them readings to show what i could do ) and I found that most readers were doing either a dollar a minute or $ 25 for 30 minutes….10 for fiteen….I hope this was helpful!:) Good luck!!! Also if you do not know how to read the tarot there are usually classes at local metaphysical shops! ///*_*\\

Suggestion by wisernow
you have to be a confident bluffer and serious at it too

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Does this help you understand Catholicism?
I have read, with great sadness, many misconceptions about Catholicism on this site. I worry that many people, who call themselves Christain, have been mislead about the Catholic faith and what it teaches. I am very tolerant of other beliefs and I seek to understand them. To let you know, I am an avid reader and studier of the Bible, including its ancient languages. I have studied Christian history extensively from only the most authoritative of sources. I have put together a list of misconceptions about the Catholic Church. Please let me know if this is helpfull to you.

The top 10 most common misconceptions of the Catholic Church are:

1. Catholics worship Mary. No, we pray to Mary for her intercession, just as you would ask a friend or family member to pray for you. The traditional “Hail Mary” prayer recited by Catholics is a mirror of the words spoken by the Angel Gabriel in the first chapter of Luke.

2. Catholics think works get them to heaven. No, we believe, as it says in the Book of James, that faith without works is empty. We further believe that we are saved by the death and resurrection of Jesus and that He paid the debt for our sins. Our good works show that our faith has merit.

3. Catholics worship the Pope. No, we believe that the Pope is a human being, capable of sin, just like all the rest of us. We do believe that he is the successor of St Peter on earth as it says in the Gospel of Matthew and that when he speaks from the Chair of Peter, on a matter of faith or morals, he speaks without error. As a matter of point, Pope Benedict has never done this.

4. Catholics pay to get their loved ones out of purgatory. No, we ask that masses be said for our dead loved ones just as St Paul reminds us to pray for the living and the dead. A small donation ($ 5) might be made to pay for the card that we then send to the family to let them know that a mass was said in honor of the deceased.

5. Catholics do not read the Bible. Yes, we do. John Paul II declared the year 2000, the Year of the Bible, and Catholics around the world read the entire Bible during that year. Virtually all Catholic Church’s have a bible study program. At every Sunday Mass, there are three readings from the Bible. Catholics are required to attend Sunday and thereby hear the Word of the God.

6. Catholics think the Sacraments get them to heaven. No, we believe that only the death and resurrection of Jesus get us to heaven. We believe the Sacraments, such as the Eucharist Jesus instituted at the Last Supper, give us grace to help us follow God’s will for us.

7. Catholics belong to a cult. No, our church has been around for 2000 years, much longer than any other Christian church. The first Protestants didn’t show up until 1450. At more than one billion members, the Catholic Church is the single largest Christian denomination. Many people join and some (sadly) leave the Catholic Church every day of their own free will.

8. Catholics don’t baptize. Yes, we do and our Church started baptism. Whether a person is immersed or sprinkled is a man-made technicality. It cannot be believed that Jesus would condemn someone to hell for all eternity because of the rite of Baptism they received. There are countless historical Christian texts, of reliable authorship, that speak of sprinkling in the very early Christian Church.

9. Catholics are not Christians. Yes, we are and we profess with our lips and believe in our hearts that Jesus is Lord, the Messiah, the Son of God come down from heaven to save men from their sins. We pray the Apostles Creed and the Lord’s Prayer. Jesus name is mentioned in some form more than 50 times at every Sunday mass. We strive to follow the two great commandments of Jesus to love God with our whole heart and our neighbor as ourselves.

10. Catholics have a different Bible. No, we have the Bible approved by the Universal Christian Church since the year 380. Protestants took several books out of the Bible during the reformation in the late 1400s. Martin Luther even took the Book of James and Revelation out of the Bible as well, before they were restored. The Catholic Bible has been the most consistent of all translations for more than 1600 years.

Suggestion by Ratbrain
that doesn’t help, it’s way too long for me to read.

Suggestion by Whiteboykilla
I got a click that weights 2.2 lbs

for a catholic

Suggestion by rose
i still dont believe in god :P

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Where in the Bible does it say that God gave mankind free will?
From my readings of the Bible, I have found no direct reference to the concept of free will yet adherents often state that God gave mankind free will. Instead, what I read in the book is that Adam and Eve partook of the fruit from the Tree of Knowledge of Good and Evil (often translated as the “Tree of Consciousness”). From this I infer that, in fact, God did not give mankind the gift of free will but instead it was bestowed upon Adam and Eve (and presumably their descendants) by the fruit itself.

I’m not Abrahamic in my beliefs but as a matter of intellectual curiosity I have completed my reading of the Bible and there are things that confuse me about its interpretation by those Christians I’ve met or read.

Suggestion by Tiggerrific Tig™
there’s none, it was Thomas Aquinas who came up with that in the 13th century

sorry, will go check out the date, yes, 13th century, he made that free will argument up so that god wouldn’t be held responsible for all the bad things that happen in the world

Suggestion by evolver
The bible is not a catechism. It is not an instruction in theology, it is the source OF theology.

In Genesis, Adam is told, “You are free to eat from any of the trees of the garden except the tree of knowledge of good and bad.” In Matthew, Jesus says, “[God] makes his sun rise on the bad and the good, and causes rain to fall on the just and the unjust.” It is clear that he is not taking preventive action on those making bad choices.

Then there is the dialogue of John 8 on Freedom:

Jesus then said to those Jews who believed in him, “If you remain in my word, you will truly be my disciples, and you will know the truth, and the truth will set you free.”

They answered him, “We are descendants of Abraham and have never been enslaved to anyone. How can you say, ‘You will become free’?”

Jesus answered them, “Amen, amen, I say to you, everyone who commits sin is a slave of sin. A slave does not remain in a household forever, but a son always remains. So if a son frees you, then you will truly be free.”

….it is clear here that Jesus is in fact talking about the concept of freedom, very clearly…. and that bad choices in fact leave you less free than good choices, which are not slavery to anywhere near the extent that a will degraded by addiction and immorality are. That is the closest we ever, come, in fact, to losing our free will – not to God, but to that which opposes him.

People who look to the bible as a glossary of theological terms are often disappointed – they are unwilling to look deeper and see that these theologies we represent with words such as “free will” ARE there. In doing so, they cut themselves off from a lot of the benefits of scripture.

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25 Responses to how to become a fortune teller?

  1. CutyHuney*** November 15, 2013 at 11:58 pm #

    If you are one, you wouldn’t go about it on YahooAnswers asking how to become one. In fact, these God-given mystical gifts shouldn’t even be for sale or profit.


  2. Sherezade November 16, 2013 at 12:20 am #

    Hey dont worry Christians are the most “lost” among all, but as long as u believe in only one God and worship no one but Him u will be safe…


  3. Joey Bagadonuts November 16, 2013 at 12:30 am #


  4. deedledees November 16, 2013 at 12:47 am #

    The thing that i do not understand as a Christian is that Catholics get things from thin air not the bible. If you can give me a bible verse for each of your ten things then we will be somewhere.

  5. missourim43 November 16, 2013 at 1:34 am #

    In an effort to present the protestant issues with Catholic doctrinal matters……

    At the risk of oversimplification, and keeping in mind that individual Lutheran (and Catholic) theologians would undoubtedly disagree about the success of recent Lutheran-Roman Catholic dialogues in lessening or even “resolving” historic doctrinal differences between these two churches, listed below are what the LCMS would regard as some of the major theological differences between the Lutheran Church and the Roman Catholic Church:

    1. The authority of Scripture.

    Lutherans believe that Scripture alone has authority to determine doctrine; the Roman Catholic Church gives this authority also to the pope, the church, and certain traditions of the church.

    2. The doctrine of justification.

    Lutherans believe that a person is saved by God’s grace alone through faith alone in Christ alone. The Roman Catholic Church, while at times using similar language, still officially holds that faith, in order to save, must be accompanied by (or “infused with”) some “work” or “love” active within a Christian.

    3. The authority of the pope.

    Unlike the Roman Catholic Church, Lutherans do not believe that the office of the papacy as such has any divine authority, or that Christians need to submit to the Pope’s authority to be “true” members of the visible church.

    4. Differences remain about both the number and the nature of the sacraments.

    Lutherans believe that Christ’s body and blood are truly present in the Lord’s Supper, but they do not believe, with Catholics, that the bread and wine, are permanently “changed into” Christ’s body and blood [transubstantiation].

    5. Differences remain about the role of Mary and the saints.

    Unlike Catholics, Lutherans do not believe it is proper or Scriptural to offer prayers to saints or to view Mary as in any sense a “mediator” between God and human beings.

    While Lutherans believe that any doctrinal error has the potential to distort or deny Scripture’s teaching regarding salvation, we also believe that anyone (regardless of denominational affiliation) who truly believes in Jesus Christ as Savior will be saved.

  6. S. M November 16, 2013 at 1:46 am #

    As a fellow Catholic, you do not need to preach or explain. True Christians understand that the basics are the same. People who hate one religious group or another are ignorant and obvious hypocrites.

  7. Susan November 16, 2013 at 2:44 am #

    That is true but catholic have many faults… Im a commited christian and i read and study the bible too. The only faults I see are that they call themselves catholic as you know “We should all be united as christians” by paul in romans 15 it doesnt say we should have christian and catholic and they pray to the saints for healing and help and I know because I been to a catholic church and they do pray to their saints… saints are no different they we are all just servants in christ and we should only worship and pray to jesus/god

  8. emmapeel66 November 16, 2013 at 3:01 am #

    You did an excellent job. I knew a lot of that since I’m an Episcopalian and one of my best-friends is a Roman Catholic. Unfortunately, I doubt people are going to take the time to read your well-done list. I think it’s just easier for some to just believe what they want to believe instead of trying to learn and understand.

  9. Bronwen November 16, 2013 at 3:35 am #

    In all honesty, your question did not help me, as I already knew all of that. However, I do hope it helps someone else. I, though not Catholic, have great respect for the Catholic Church, and I am tired of hearing it referred to as a cult.

    I am also glad you touched on the subject of the Pope. I think people need to realize that he is human, and that even a shepherd who walks with God will make mistakes from time to time, as he is just a man.

    Peace to you :)

  10. atomicfrog81 November 16, 2013 at 4:24 am #

    I was born and raised a Catholic, and was always surprised by the amount of ignorance out there about us. I had somebody tell me that Catholics worship three gods (he derived this notion from the trinity, the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit/Ghost). I tried to tell him that they were (essentially) all part of the same singular God, but he only looked at me quizzically. Perhaps you could also address this issue as well. Otherwise, that pretty much covers everything I’ve ever heard said of us.

  11. jen jo November 16, 2013 at 4:33 am #

    im a believer of catholic faith and no matter what happens, i will stick to this.

  12. jardin November 16, 2013 at 4:52 am #

    On # 5, back in the olden days, when I was a youngster, the Catholic church did not want the church members reading the bible. The reason given was the bible would or could be misinterpreted by the reader.

    There was also no need to read the bible because church members could attend church every day, several times a day, and learn everything they needed to know.

  13. Taffi November 16, 2013 at 4:54 am #

    I take issue with #1. When I ask friends to pray for me, I ask that they do just that, to remember me in their prayers. I do not believe that they are interceding on my behalf. I pray to God directly, not through a friend, a priest, or Mary. I have numerous Catholic friends that maintain that Mary did not die, but ascended straight into Heaven. They have never been able to tell me where that is found in the Bible. I have also never found the concept of purgatory in the Bible eitther and as far as Baptism goes, the Bible makes it clear that baptism is a public declaration of one’s faith and belief in Jesus Christ, so I’ve never been able to figure out why catholics baptize babies.

    Even though I’ve listed many opposing comments, overall I do agree with your post. I most definitely consider Catholics as Christians.

  14. happy girl November 16, 2013 at 5:30 am #

    I think its great that you are trying to help others understand the catholic religion. Alot of people are afraid of or criticize what they dont know or understand. No matter what religion you are, God is the ONLY one who decides if you are worthy of eternal life with him. After all -I believe I read somewhere, judge not, lest ye be judged.

  15. Duffmuff November 16, 2013 at 6:28 am #

    “Protestants took several books out of the Bible during the reformation in the late 1400s.”

    Catholics also took books out of the Bible when it was being created. They’re called the Gnostics. They were inconstant with the other books so they were labeled Blasphemous and the Gnostics themselves labeled heretics.

    “The Catholic Bible has been the most consistent of all translations for more than 1600 years.”

    Being “most consistent” isn’t exactly a virtue. It’s unfortunate that most Christan’s can interpret the bible to mean anything they want it to, but the fact that it’s been translated by those that wanted their own interpretations makes it even worse. Just being more consistent than the others doesn’t make you better, or correct. You’re all worshiping a twisted version of the bible anyway.

  16. country nana November 16, 2013 at 6:32 am #

    I am a christian (protestant), and I have always been curious about the catholic church. You have addressed almost all of the things I have heard. I have always said and I still say that there will be christians from all christian faiths in heaven together. I have no desire to bash any faith just because they don’t believe just exactly the way I do. As long as we believe in Jesus Christ and that He is our only saviour and the only way to God and heaven, we will all be together some day. I don’t agree with the catholics on a lot of things, but I respect your right to your own faith. I do thank you for addressing this in this way, because like I said, I have always been curious and you can hear anything.
    God Bless You, my friend.

  17. Marysia November 16, 2013 at 7:12 am #

    great post! and to the one poster that asked for Scripture — i emailed you some. i live in the bible belt now and try to keep them handy : )


  18. JC is the MAN November 16, 2013 at 7:14 am #

    God gave Adam and Eve a choice. They could choose to eat off that tree or not. They did not know that the choice was a moral once since they did not have the knowledge of good and evil. They became aware of morality once they obtained this knowledge.

    I personally believe God wants us all to learn this.(that is right, I said he WANTS us to learn this) No one can really know what morality is until they come to a knowledge or realization of what is “good” or what is “bad”.

  19. mark101112 November 16, 2013 at 7:41 am #

    …..IF…. I … SHOW….YOU…. will you stop with Your Silly… “PESUDO”….Questions…!

    MOST…. are looking…. for … YES / NO … answers in the BIBLE…. and … Fail To Garsp the CONCEPT…. that the Bible IS MORE….!

    IT IS A BOOK….. Of Principles… to Be Applied… TO LIFE !

    (Luke 4:4) And Jesus answered him, saying, It is written that “man shall not live by bread alone, but by every Word of God.”

    Choice… I.E…. Free Will….?

    (Joshua 24:15) And if it seems evil to you to serve Jehovah, = = choose this day = = whom you will serve, = = whether the gods which your fathers served Beyond the River, = = or the gods of the Amorites in whose land you live. = = But as for me and my house, we will serve Jehovah.

    SEE….. SIMPLE…. FREE… WILL…..! And there are Many More!

    Thanks…. RR

  20. beta_fishy November 16, 2013 at 8:16 am #

    I think that the fruit of good and evil was symbolic of Adam and Eve’s decision to enter mortality. I further think that while Adam and Eve in the Bible are real people, they are also representative of all mankind, and thus, their fall is representative of our decision to follow God’s plan which is to obtain mortal bodies and live on this Earth and make decisions through which we can learn and grow.

    Some scriptures that point to the importance of our making decisions: Deuteronomy 11:26–28; 30:15–20; Joshua 24:14–15

  21. Sincere-Advisor November 16, 2013 at 8:27 am #

    I agree with Tiggerific that it was Thomas Aquinas, who was very much influenced by the writings of Muslim philosophers. The issue of freewill and predestination had long been an issue in Islamic theology, and Aquinas made use of some of those same arguments that Muslim philosophers had made.

  22. Mosa A November 16, 2013 at 9:15 am #

    Gen 4:7.
    Rom. 7: 23.

  23. candi_k7 November 16, 2013 at 9:32 am #

    Deuteronomy 30:19 This day I call heaven and earth as witnesses against you that I have set before you life and death, blessings and curses. Now choose life, so that you and your children may live. ….notice that it is clear that choices were given here I set before you life and death..blessings and curses…the life and blessing for the obedient…the death and curses were for those who refused to obey…he gave us CHOICE which equates to FREE WILL…and like a no brain-er multiple choice question God gives us the answer CHOSE LIFE!!! Look like free will to me. We are not robots or puppets being controlled by our creator, we are individuals with the ability to make choices. How much more proof do you need? Peace

  24. Sasi November 16, 2013 at 10:24 am #

    You are correct to say Adam and Eve had free will though I reckon they had it BEFORE they chose to use that free will to disobey God. If they only got it AFTER disobeying God, then their disobedience must have been predetermined by God, and he then gave them freedom to choose for themselves as a reward because he created that fruit! That’s fairly insulting to God, don’t you think?

    Once sin entered the world, all Adam and Eve’s descendents could do nothing other than sin themselves because their parents had become imperfect. You cannot get perfection from imperfection, just as you cannot get smitten with good health after contact with ill health. So we all have choice – as the Bible says – ‘chose life’ etc – yet our sin nature compels us to fall short of choosing the best – which is God’s perfect will. Thus, ‘Just as sin entered the world through one man, and death through sin, and in this way death came to all men, because all sinned…But the gift is not like the trespass… The judgment followed one sin and brought condemnation, but the gift followed many trespasses and brought justification… For the wages of sin is death, but the gift of God is eternal life in Christ Jesus our Lord.’ (Romans ch 5 & 6)

  25. New ♥ System ♥ Lady November 16, 2013 at 10:55 am #


    When God made Adam & Eve, he gave them freedom to multiply in number & culitvate the earth & extend their paradise garden over all the earth. They even had freedom from sickness & death back then too.
    Genesis 1:28
    Genesis 2:15

    God wanted them to extend their paradise garden over all the earth eventually so that mankind would fill the earth. That was their assignment & they had ample leeway to make their own decisions as to how they would carry out that assignment. However, their freedom to make decisions was to be exercised within the boundaries of God’s laws and principles. They had to respect their Creator.

    Rightly, then, God chose to test their devotion to him as their Life-Giver and their willingness to remain within the area decreed by him. God gave Adam this command: “From every tree of the garden you may eat to satisfaction. But as for the tree of the knowledge of good and bad you must not eat from it, for in the day you eat from it you will positively die.” – Genesis 2:16,17

    We also read that an angel (Satan) who was motivated by selfish ambition misused his free will & deceived Eve by assuring her of something contrary to God’s Will
    Genesis 3:4,5
    Adam also joined her in breaking God’s law.
    By trying to gain what did not belong to them they lost their glorious freedom & sin then became their master (as God had warned) and death eventually followed. We have this inheritance today.

    Think about it – if Adam & Eve didn’t have free will before they ate the fruit then the test of obedience wouldn’t have made sense. They had to have been able to make their own choice about whether to take the fruit or not. If they didn’t have free will to do this then that would make God unjust in bringing the death penalty upon mankind for something that clearly would not have been their fault.

    We know, of course, that God is a just God. We also know that although we’re suffering the consequences today of Adam & Eve’s actions, He will definitely undo all the effects that their actions caused.
    It was his original purpose that mankind live in paradise forever with perfect health & that purpose wil be fulfilled.
    Isaiah 55:10,11
    Psalm 37:29

    You mention that there are things that confuse you about certain interpretation of the Bible. I would be happy to discuss those things with you if you like, just email me

    Best regards

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