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Source : Yahoo AnswersQuestion : Does knowing a lot about the paranormal open your sixth sense?

I was wondering, do you think that if someone knew TONNES and tonnes about the paranormal (like black magic, ouija boards, tarot cards, meditations to open that part of your brain etc) that their abilities could develop? OR that they are just very aware of it?

Answer by DaveZ
I think it’s the other way around.

Answer by sheroze
Very possible humans have sixth sence. when u consider humans only use 10% of their brain. who knows what the other 90% could behold. nd just imagine, humans have put men on the moon, imagine what the would be able to do with 10times that mental capacity.

Answer by Dr. C.S.N.G
No one knows a lot about the paranormal. One may believe a lot about it, but that is far from the same thing.

Answer by Graybeard
No, it just means that they would be very badly misinformed. Those things are not real. You might check out CSICOP.COM for information on superstitions and scams like those you mention.

Answer by Tim M
I believe so . As with alot of subjects , the more you are in tune with something the more it becomes reoccouring.The more you are attracted to a subjet the more it becomes attracted to you.

Answer by j
Sensitizing and developing various neural pathways is certainly part of many skill-sets.

Knowing about something is sometimes not equivalent to knowing something.

However, experiencing lower energies (sometimes called psychicism) is basically not worthwhile.

You might benefit by reading
“The Path of the Higher Self,” Mark Prophet,
“Ethical ESP” and “Watch Your Dreams,” Ann Ree Colton,
“Man’s Psychic Nature: Elements and Structures,” O. M. Aivanhov, and
“Meditation for Beginners,” Jack Kornfield.

Reviews at http://www.amazon.com

Source : Yahoo AnswersQuestion : Is astrology real and where to learn about it?

Which parts of astrology are trustworthy (horoscopes, tarot cards, palm readings, birth charts)? And are there any good resources for people who don’t know a lot about it?

Answer by Maurog IV
None of the above are trustworthy.

The light from stars we see is showing their position from thousands of years in the past. Not only that, but the “constellations” group stars that are farther apart from one another than from stars in other “constellations”.

So you’re saying the position of where a bunch of stars were thousands of years ago has any effect on you? Some of those stars may not even exist anymore!

Answer by MMH
It is very made up as in all religion….

It started with personification of the stars in Persia.

Answer by Auntie Anne Arkey
Did you know that all of the world’s religions are based on astrology?

As for it being reliable, I have no feeling one way or the other, but astrology has predicted more of the world’s events than Nostradamus did.

If you want to understand how astrology is at the core of every religion, watch the documentary “Zeitgeist.”

Answer by Madeline Strange
Horoscopes are usually inaccurate. Birth charts I’ve found to be inaccurate as well. I know nothing about palm reading, but Tarot cards are a whole other thing.

Tarot cards are a way of accessing the subconscious. They are worth looking into.

If you want to learn more about astrology, here are some starter sites:

http://astrology.about.com/od/foundations/a/GettingStarted.htm
http://www.aeclectic.net/tarot/learn/how_to_read.shtml
http://www.astrologycom.com/signs.html

Hope I helped!

Answer by Father Marcus
Astrology is false as it is based on a false premise. There are actually 13 houses, the sun goes through, but all charts only show 12 houses. The 13th house is called, Ophiuchus and unless charts show all 13 houses they cannot be right.

Answer by Old Timer Too
Astrology consists of a number of belief systems which hold that there is a relationship between astronomical phenomena and events in the human world. In the West, astrology most often consists of a system of horoscopes that claim to explain aspects of a person’s personality and predict future events in their life based on the positions of the sun, moon, and other planetary objects at the time of their birth. Many cultures have attached importance to astronomical events, and the Indians, Chinese, and Mayans developed elaborate systems for predicting terrestrial events from celestial observations.

Astrology does not include tarot cards, palm readings, and so on. It is tied to the position of the sun, moon, planets and stars as the above citation states.

The problem with astrology is that not much of today’s horoscopes, etc., are tied to the original pseudo-science that is involved. As a result, any meaning to actual events is more coincidental than some “factual” reading of the celestial bodies.

Those who claim that the horoscopes have meaning in their lives and point to specific events are likely making a connection where none exists, or have simply performed according to the prediction (self-fulfilling by the individual).

Horoscopes, biorhythms, and other alleged methods of predicting future events in my life have consistently failed to come to pass.

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