Psychics


Can you afford NOT to give your child the advantage of a nanny who will cultivate their sixth sense? The Mirror on a so-called “psychic nanny”:

Single mother Denise Lescano, from Florida, US, is a much needed support for parents of children who show worrying signs of having a sixth sense. Denise uses her psychic abilities to ‘speak to’ the spirits and instructs families on how to approach life beyond death.

Denise, who believes she has been psychic since the age of nine, said: “My biggest mission in life is to get rid of the fear around what I do. This is not a scary thing, this is a very healing and comforting thing.”

Often Denise is called to determine whether youngsters are seeing spirits or displaying signs of mental illness: “Sometimes the parents don’t know how do deal with their children’s abilities.”









Despite an abrasive personality and abominable track record for predicting pretty much anything, human lamprey and supposed psychic Sylvia Browne has successfully supped upon the misery of the desperate for decades now. Inexplicable as it may seem, there are those who continue to respond angrily every time another one of her psychic messages fails to deliver. The most recent episode of public outrage has occurred in the aftermath of the Cleveland kidnapping…


Russell Targ describes his jaw-dropping psychic missions for the CIA and the origins of extrasensory remote viewing, which he claims is “a natural psychic ability we all have…it was described originally by the Buddhists two thousands years ago, but modern physics has finally caught on”:

Russell Targ is a physicist who was a pioneer in the development of the laser and laser applications, and was co-founder of the Stanford Research Institute’s (SRI) investigation into psychic abilities in the 1970s and 1980s. His work with SRI in what was a new area, called remote viewing, has been widely published. In 1976, Targ retired from Lockheed Martin Missiles & Space Co. as a senior staff scientist.

This talk was on April 14, 2013, at the Vortex Immersion Dome, in Los Angeles. Conceived under a TEDx license, it ultimately was presented under the auspice of Suzanne Taylor’s Mighty Companions non-profit foundation.




I’m sure they are reasonable.  But watch out for the hidden fees and subscription-based extras (e.g., “ectoplasm removal”, “ongoing psychic remediation”, etc., etc.).  From Alanna Gallagher at The Irish Times: FIFTY-YEAR-old Patrick…







South West England’s This Is Somerset profiles a local celebrity who hurls pieces of asparagus and gleans the future by interpreting how they land. Think of it as a terrible alternative to reading tea leaves:

A fortune teller who predicts the future using ASPARAGUS unveiled her top tips for 2012 – including two Royal pregnancies, the collapse of the Euro, and British glory at the Olympics. Mystic Jemima Packington, 56, claims to be the world’s only Asparamancer. She has made dozens of accurate predictions in recent years, including the demise of Gordon Brown, the credit crunch, and Oscar glory for British film The King’s Speech.


What happens when the unfathomable/intangible and the logical/mechanical intersect? Robots designed to tap into the spirit world — meet the priests/shamans of the twenty-first century. Via Discover Magazine: These bots wait in…