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Didn’t See It Coming - Psychics

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Didn’t See It Coming

Psychic power is big business — just check the personal columns in the classified adds in the newspaper, or read the material promoting all sorts of psychic issues in weekend newspaper supplements.

Psychics especially make claims about their clairvoyant powers and abilities to see what lies ahead. Many make their money at various forms of so-called ’fortune telling’.

Keeping all that in mind, it was rather interesting to read of a planned psychic Expo or fair in Bunbury, in the South of Western Australia.

The local Bunbury Mail newspaper carried an interesting follow-up of the promoted planned Psychic Expo:

’Psychic Expo — due to unforseen circumstances the psychic expo has been cancelled and is rescheduled for December 13’

What were the unforseen circumstances that led to the Expo’s cancellation? Apparently two of the psychics couldn’t foresee that they would be too sick to read other people’s futures. And how significant were these two sick psychics that the whole show was cancelled because they couldn’t make it?

Why didn’t they (the sick psychics) and the organisers foresee the coming cancellation and not promote the Expo in the first place? It could have saved them some money and some embarrassment.

(From TACL Vol 24 #6 Nov/Dec 2003)