(Examiner.com) In this downturn economy, there is an increased demand for psychic, occult and metaphysical services. The connection to an outside power that is immediately available for guidance is comforting in uncertain times. There are a great deal of good and respectable psychics or intuitive consultants (as some prefer to be called) that are able to help others and happen to be flourishing. At the same time, there are a few people who are using this trend to con people who are seeking help of their money. This drums up negative stereotypical images of psychics such as “Miss Cleo,” driving away people who could actually benefit from metaphysical assistance. The keys to avoiding occult scams are doing research before a consultation, knowing what you are paying for, and remembering that you have the power to walk away from a bad reading. --Read more
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