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Celebrity Psychic Prediction Cringe

Why do celebrity psychics jump on the bandwagon after personal tragedy?

In situations like the missing Malaysian Airline Flight MH370, families who are grieving the unknown fate of their loved ones, need facts. They don't need self-aggrandising opportunistic predictions from celebrity psychics purporting to know what happened. Nor do they need to read fabricated psychic predictions by psychic-chat psychics conversing on SEO chat websites, and using SEO terms from current media stories to push their own sites higher in search ratings.

Flight MH370 and Celebrity Psychics

With the disappearance of Malaysian Airlines flight M370, it is already difficult enough for the families, friends and loved ones, without celebrity psychic predictions being trumpeted in the media.

Celebrity psychics (or wanna-be psychics) have been doing remote visions in the media recently claiming they know what happened to the missing Malaysian plane. They must be desperate for publicity. Cashing in on something like this is tasteless, uncaring and shameful. It is the last thing the loved ones of those concerned need, and when people lump celebrity 'psychic predictions' in with genuine, caring, non-celebrity psychic predictions and prophecy, it destroys the good will of genuine psychics.

As a psychic who was spiritually guided to share clairvoyant predictions from Spirit over the last five years, I can see why there is so much concern about celebrity psychics using the media and SEO to self-promote themselves after the fact. It looks tacky and fake when psychic prediction sites use current media stories to appear relevant, and when people confuse these celebrity psychics with the real thing, it destroys credibility within the spiritual arts.

There are online psychic prediction sites created by search engine optimisation specialists (SEO) solely to appear on Google searches higher than reputable spiritual prophecy sites. These suspect prediction sites are owned by cheap psychic chat rooms who hope that their fabricated predictions will entice you into having a psychic chat phone call.

Marketing companies and the media are fooling people into believing elaborated self promotional psychic predictions.

The international and Australian media should come under more scrutiny when they ask psychics to share visions about events in the news. It is disrespectful for the people involved and to grieving family members. Some psychics need to stop selling their soul to the media, and instead stand in authentic energy.

If, as a psychic you are capable of seeing remote visions which can help the authorities, then let the people involved come to you. Stop jumping uninvited onto the bandwagon. If you didn't predict the event before it happened, it doesn't do you any favours to shout through the media that you were 'called upon' to find a missing plane. Actually it does the opposite and makes you look heartless, with no empathy for the grieving.

Try to put yourself in the shoes of the grieving. They are in state of high anxiety and don't need to read half-baked guesses that a plane exploded or terrorists took over a plane. They need to know the facts. Celebrity psychics: stop destroying the spiritual arts just to get your one minute of fame.

Vine Psychic Reading Line extends our prayers to the families and friends directly affected by the missing Malaysian Airlines Flight MH370.

Love and Light

March 17th 2014

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