Would you ever consult a “manghuhula”? How important it is to know what the future is?
“manghuhula” – someone who can supposedly predict the future through palm reading, or tarot cards, or crystal balls, or any other paraphernalia.
Suggestion by Sandiee P
its not important to know, live one day at a time
Suggestion by Ω allan y
no, but if ever i get to meet one. it would be for fun and not to be construed as part of my belief.
Suggestion by sweetwater
No I wouldn’t ever consult a “manghuhula”. Never again. Because the last time I did, she gave me wrong numbers which were totally off the winning ones for the lottery. In fact the ones I selected did better.
No I wouldn’t want to know the future, even if that were possible. Knowing the future would be anticlimactic, wouldn’t it be? That would be like watching a movie you’ve previously seen before.
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Can any one recommend some good divination forums?
Recently I am getting more into palm reading tarot. I did do a google but most of them are not good enough for me. Does any one have any favorites?
Suggestion by God answers all questions
And there appeared unto them cloven tongues like as of fire, and it sat upon each of them. And they were all filled with the Holy Ghost, and began to speak with other tongues, as the Spirit gave them utterance.
Suggestion by Midnyte
“Palm reading tarot”? Or did you mean that you are more into palm reading than tarot?
Try forums on Aeclectic.net.
Suggestion by jl
Have you tried checking Yahoo Groups?
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How to go about setting up a booth?
I want to set up a palm reading booth at the mall in my quest to make money. First off, I’m thirteen. Would I be allowed to? Secondly, if I would be, how would I get permission? And how much would it cost? Thanks in advance!
Suggestion by dustin
Call the mall
Suggestion by exactduke
You would have to rent store space in the mall. That would likely be a few thousand a month. And that’s assuming a mall (and Lord & Taylor’s, JC Penny, etc.) would even want a palm reader next door to them. Palm reading is a somewhat dubious profession. I can’t see the other stores being too enthustiac about having a Miss Cleo in their midst.
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