At 06:16 AM 5/11/2013, Edgar Owen wrote:
>Thanks for this informative objective post for a change.
>Though somehow I suspect you'll soon be telling us you predicted
>where they were and when they would be found from their astrological charts?
No, Edgar, I wouldn't even attempt to make such a "prediction". I
think this kind of prediction is cruel. Sylvia Brown always looks to
me as though she is disengaged - not even involved in the predictive
declarations she makes - even bored. I find her to have no integrity.
I'm an astrologer, Edgar, not a psychic. One of the problems is that
so many of these people, like Sylvia Brown, pretend to be
astrologers, but they're not. It is people like Sylvia who are the
shameless scam artists.
Sylvia says psychics aren't always right - so why make such a cruel
prediction - that Amanda Berry was dead, when she couldn't be sure?
Such cold arrogance is irresponsible and disturbing. It's also
heartless and cold. There's an element of self-aggrandisement -
wanting attention for herself instead of having empathy for the
people for whom she makes such pronouncements.
Have you ever seen her on TV? S looks to me as though she's bored to
tears, with clearly no respect for or connection to, the people in
>On May 10, 2013, at 11:05 AM, Julienne wrote:
>>Sylvia Browne's Failed Amanda Berry Prediction Returns To Haunt Her
>>Posted: 05/09/2013 6:09 pm EDT | Updated: 05/09/2013 7:52 pm EDT
>>Psychic Sylvia Browne is under fire after incorrectly claiming years
>>ago that kidnapping victim Amanda Berry was dead.
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