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Do fortune teller’s predictions usually come true?

Question by mario: Do fortune teller‘s predictions usually come true?
My mom went to a fortune teller a long time ago. She has three children: a daughter, a son, and another daughter. I am the son. The fortune teller told the fortunes of me and my sisters. She said that although my older sister would make my mom happy as a kid, she was going to become very rebellious in the future and give her a lot of stress. That’s exactly what happened. So one day, me, my older sister, and my mom were talking and she brought up the fortunes and joked about how my older sister’s became true. We became curious and asked her what my younger sister and my fortunes were. She said that my younger sister was going to become rich and famous which would be cool if it came true. She was a little hesitant on telling me my fortune though. She said that I was going to marry a woman that would be like the “man of the house” and make me miserable. I would divorce and remarry to go into the same type of relationship. I was like wtf? Although my older sister’s fortune came true, don’t all late teenagers become rebellious? Well besides me because I watched my older sister get into so much trouble that I’m a little more careful with the bad things I do *wink* so I never get caught. My parents think I’m an angel. Anyways, even though I can’t get girls now (I’ll admit it), does that mean that I will have a horrible love life? And I don’t see my little sister becoming famous for anything. She can’t sing, she can’t act, she can’t do anything special (I know I’m mean) but you never know. She could become some sort of talk show host or something. So what do you guys think? Have you ever had an experience with a fortune teller and did it become true? How do you feel about things like this?

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Answer by Yandy Gonzalez
sorry but no, none of those things do come true

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A fortune teller at the top of Angkor Wat
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A Buddhist fortune teller set up shop at the top of Angkor Wat, telling the fortunes of any visiting Buddhist.

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2 Responses to Do fortune teller’s predictions usually come true?

  1. Peter March 4, 2014 at 5:42 am #

    Fortune tellers often word their predictions in non-specific ways such as “you’ll meet someone interesting today” – and unless you live on a desert island, you’d likely meet someone (anyone). Your mind then starts to ask questions and form the relationship yourself. For example, the person may not be normally interesting to you but since the prediction has been made, your mind automatically start to look for someone “interesting” to fit the prophecy. In simple terms, it’s called a self-fulfilling prophecy. What a fool believes, he sees.

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  2. Elizabeth Ansel March 4, 2014 at 6:14 am #

    If its truly from God, then yes it comes true.

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