Is fortune telling illegal in the United States?
I know some places you need a license, but other than that, is it illegal if you don’t have one? Even if you do it for free?
Answer by Stuart H
It should be if it is not.
Answer by murigenii
Fortune telling for money would be decided state by state. Recently a North Carolina law prohibiting fortune telling was repealed but I think it’s still illegal in New York. Sometimes it’s a city or town that bans it within their borders.
Where can I have my fortune told for absolutely free with no cost at all?
My best friend had her fortune told online a few years ago for absolutely free with no cost at all. She found out that she was going to die in a fire. Where can i go to have my fortune told for absolutely free? Is there a place online I can go?
Answer by Riegan
i do tarot readings for my friends for free
Answer by texaspicker0
Most chineese restaurants give a free fortune cookie with the purchase of a meal. Not completely free though. Sorry.
Answer by The Confirmed Atheist
Right here… I fortell in your future that you will read this message, along with several others. You will have many choices to make, many tough choices that will affect the direction of your life. Choose wisely.
I also predict the coming of a woman who will alter your life for the better, and also of one who will alter it for the worse. This is the same person, and you may already know her. I predict she will cause you much joy and anguish.
Also, you will be taxed, and eventually die.
Answer by The Great Gazoo
I got a magic 8 Ball.
are there any good real psychic fortune tellers, or astrologers online that can tell fortune for free?
Answer by Rose L
they are all fake, and why cause destruction for yourself??? the only person who should know about your future is God alone…why would you want to know about sometimes or worry about something that may never happen? PLus the devil is behind all that stuff
Answer by Lenky
Hi there, this will be long but bear with me, okay? 🙂
I understand what you are asking, but just for clarity, “telling fortunes” is not exactly what psychic readings are about — or at least not what they should be about. This is because you have the ability to make choices and those choices affect your future. A psychic reading simply gives information about events and or people whose influences are significant.
In response to another who answered you, being psychic is not a question of having to follow or deny any particular religious beliefs. Some will argue that psychics get their abilities from an evil source, but Daniel in the Old Testament made statements that predicted the future of a certain king and which later were shown to be accurate. Ezekiel and other prophets did the same. They stated that their knowledge came from God. Jesus’ birth was predicted by prophecy, which was why the 3 Wise Men went in search of him.
Regarding what I said about making choices, I recall also in the Bible a case when a prophet received a vision from God, telling him to go to a certain people and warning them to repent and stop their sinful ways or they would be destroyed by God’s wrath. Well, the prophet gave the message, and the people actually listened and repented — and so God’s wrath did *not* descend upon them! In other words, they changed their potential future for a (much better) one. However, the prophet felt rather upset because what he said would happen didn’t…but he finally understood what the Lord was saying to him: nothing is set in concrete. We can make choices.
So, there were prophets then, but now? Well, I do not see anything in the Bible that says prophecy — or having visions or dreams of future influences — is no longer possible. In fact in the New Testament it says (Acts 2:17) “And it shall come to pass in the last days, saith God, I will pour out of my Spirit upon all flesh: and your sons and your daughters shall prophesy, and your young men shall see visions, and your old men shall dream dreams” (KJV)
I understand that many evangelical Christians believe that we are in these “last days”, so to state that people should not prophesy, see visions (of things to come) or dream dreams (ditto) or are in league with the devil if they do — seems to me a denial of scripture… The Bible does *not* say that all these dreams and visions have to be religious in nature, just that they will occur.
The point I am making here is that we can have our own beliefs, and have them quite independently of various talents and abilities, just as having a talent for a sport or for music or whatever is not dependent on a religious belief. Throughout history, though, there have been those who have asserted that doing certain things was a sign of the devil; in the time of the Pilgrim Fathers such things as public dancing and singing (for “merriment”) were forbidden on that basis…
As to free readings, yes they are available. If you search “free psychic readings” you should find some good sites. Also check the psychic chat rooms, as here you’ll often find visiting psychics who will read for you free of charge.
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