Anthropology

Jung spoke of the collective unconscious: the ability to subconsciously recall ancient rituals and symbols (and events?).

Women predominantly have an affinity with Tarot cards and hand reading. As if an inner voice recalls the experience. Even a refusal seems to garner a smile. Were these standard practices in previous eons?

Once I was with a woman and she had a male chaperon who never said a word. She repeated telling me about a town within eyesight. I retorted: ‘ you told me before and it hasn’t moved’. The chaperon involuntarily laughed. Was he subconsciously recalling Atlantis?

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Obamas Hand Reading

Obama’s Palm reading

USA-POLITICS/OBAMA

I have been reading hands for ten years.

Now I am good at it, after ten years of blogging I will expect to be good at it.

I do not have good hand prints to read, nor do I know if Obama is left or right handed.

Having said all that:

This is a very warm hearted man, very prepared to give and be supportive, and to be sharing, a caring profession could have suited him.

He grew up confident emotionally, he was not afraid to reveal his feelings.

The imagination is rich, and the more he is tested, the more it will shine, and this is related to generating ideas.

He is highly conditioned to be efficient with his energies, and to make plans, and he has always had a good memory.

See the whole Post here:

Obama’s Palm reading

Laws in the US about being a reader

I don’t tell the future, but I still found the article interesting.

Friday, September 12, 2008
THE PROPRIETY OF PROGNOSIS

Zach Patton, Governing – Crystalball clairvoyants of St. Johnsbury, Vermont: Rejoice! You can once again practice your sooth-saying gifts without fear of recrimination:

Soothsaying might still be banned in some parts of the country, but St. Johnsbury has repealed the ordinance against peering into the future that it had on the books since 1966.

Fear of fraud has prompted many communities to ban fortunetelling but critics say it’s not government’s place to decide whether such personal beliefs or practices are fraudulent.

Nationwide, the legality of fortune-telling is a mixed bag.

Last year in Philadelphia, city inspectors shut down more than a dozen psychics, astrologers and tarot-card readers after discovering a decades-old state law that still bans fortunetelling for profit.

Also last year, Louisiana’s Livingston Parish made soothsaying, fortunetelling, palm reading and crystal-ball gazing illegal; a Wiccan minister filed a challenge to the law in federal court.

Other laws are on the books or have been challenged in Nebraska, Tennessee, Florida, North Carolina and Oklahoma, said Charles Haynes, a senior scholar with the First Amendment Center in Washington.

A ban in Lincoln, Neb., was struck down by a federal appeals court in 1998 as unconstitutional.

[We faced this problem while running an inner city newspaper in Washington, D in the 1960s.. We decided to accept the ads from fortune tellers as there was no way to distinguish the accuracy of their predictions about the distant future from those offered every Sunday in established churches. After all, if you can predict what will happen to someone after they die, you certainly can predict how their health is going to be next month.- TPR]

Propriety of Prognosis