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Source : Yahoo AnswersQuestion : do I need to attend a school to become a spiritual healer and massage or can I just study from books?

I have always been into spiritual and the occult and hope to someday own my own business. I have been looking all over the internet for help on this but I can’t find anything. I also would love to learn to read tarot cards and read palms and I am also wondering to do this would I need to get a license or can I just start this business. please someone help.

Answer by The Stupid! It burns!
No, you just need a good lawyer when they prosecute you for fraud.

Answer by Kandy♥
i wanted to do the same.
you have to go to holistic and spirtual healing massage school
they have one in my town
but i’m pretty sure you don’t live here…


Answer by Paranormal Kitty
You NEED a license to practice massage. It’s illegal not to (aka they will assume it’s prostitution). To get a license you have to attend a massage therapy school.

Answer by harpertara
You need to check into the laws in your own state. Some places will let you do readings, etc. but most places if you planning on doing hands on healing you need to be either a Licensed Therapist or an Ordained Minister.
Try to see if there are places in your area that have clergy training classes or even just classes in Tarot, etc. Some internet sites give you ‘ordination’ but internet ordinations are coming under much more stringent scrutiny lately and not all states will allow you just an internet ordination to be legal.

Answer by Ishtar
There are schools that teach massage therapy and licensing requirements in many states. Massage pretty much has to be taught “hands on” – you can’t learn it from a book.

Any sort of “healing” has to have some training from an accredited institution behind it, if only so you know when symptoms presented are something that will probably get well on their own (i.e., you can “spiritually heal” them without repercussions) and which will lead to the person dying if they don’t get to a real doctor or a hospital (look for the stories about the little girl who died of treatable diabetes because her parents believe in prayer for healing – they were recently sentenced to jail time).

You can learn to read tarot from books, but be aware that in many jurisdictions, “fortune telling” is still illegal. That’s why there are “for entertainment purposes only” signs on advertisements for psychics.

Learn the law in your area before you get into trouble.

Answer by Bevans
I want to convince you that spiritual healing is nonsense, but I don’t think I could say anything that would change your mind.

Please, just read up on the subject first. Pay close attention to what the critics have to say.

Source : Yahoo AnswersQuestion : Should going to witch to read my fortune can be a good or scary idea?

I am thinking for going to a witch to read my fortune in anyway but I have dough that is something malicious. Help I need advice!!

Answer by Moe Lester
It’s a waste of money.

Answer by Galactus
It’s not good or scary. It’s just a dumb waste of money.

Answer by Fireball
wrong idea BEWARE

Answer by PastorsRUs
You expose yourself to danger because witches are connected to and empowered by satan and the demons. I encourage you to stay away!

Answer by Mackenzie
Nothing scary about it… probably just a fraud, anyway.

Answer by Twunt
do you sh/t money?

Answer by one way
Very bad Idea

Deuteronomy 18:10 There shall not be found among you any one that maketh his son or his daughter to pass through the fire, or that useth divination, or an observer of times, or an enchanter, or a witch,

Deuteronomy 18:11 Or a charmer, or a consulter with familiar spirits, or a wizard, or a necromancer.

Deuteronomy 18:12 For all that do these things are an abomination unto the LORD: and because of these abominations the LORD thy God doth drive them out from before thee.

Exodus 22:18 Thou shalt not suffer a witch to live.

Answer by Donna
If you know the bible……then you know the answwer!

“Thou shalt not suffer a witch to live” this has a spiritual interpretation….so then, if you know a witch……you should, of a certainty bind them!

It is written:
“For whatsoever you shall bind on earth, shall be bound in heaven.” “And whatsoever you shall loose on earth, shall be loosed in heaven”.

Have you noticed the horrors that man has loosed on the earth in these days? Thinking, what is there business is not my business, has allowed the sinners to loose things on earth, such as abortion, murder, homo’s, etc. etc. We do need more workers that will hear the words spoken to us, and do our due diligence in our walk with the Lord, as He looks for those that can “hear” and do His will.

The last thing we all need is a bunch of witches running around, more than there already is!

So then this “binding” is death, in the spirit!

Answer by Crystal clear
Many of the “fortune tellers” for hire out there aren’t really psychic at all, but are folks who are skilled at what is called “cold reading”.

“Without prior knowledge of a person, a practiced cold reader can quickly obtain a great deal of information about the subject by analyzing the person’s body language, age, clothing or fashion, hairstyle, gender, sexual orientation, religion, race or ethnicity, level of education, manner of speech, place of origin, etc. Cold readers commonly employ high probability guesses about the subject, quickly picking up on signals from their subjects as to whether their guesses are in the right direction or not, and then emphasizing and reinforcing any chance connections the subjects acknowledge while quickly moving on from missed guesses.”

Nobody can guarantee what the future holds for you, not even witches (that’s not what witchcraft is, FYI.) Your future is not set in stone and any decision that you make any day can alter the course of your life.

So if you go, go with the idea that it’s for entertainment and take everything you are told with a grain of salt. Some things will be quite accurate and others will not.

Answer by Aldis Infernum
Most “fortune tellers” are fakes, but some can be legit. It depends, and also, having it be told is not a bad idea. Just please prepare yourself for some prediction that might be insane sounding.

Answer by Lightning From the east
The Bible strongly condemns spiritism, mediums, the occult, and psychics (Leviticus 20:27; Deuteronomy 18:10-13). Horoscopes, tarot cards, astrology, fortune tellers, palm readings, and séances fall into this category as well. These practices are based on the concept that there are gods, spirits, or deceased loved ones that can give advice and guidance. These “gods” or “spirits” are demons (2 Corinthians 11:14-15). The Bible gives us no reason to believe that deceased loved ones can contact us. If they were believers, they are in heaven enjoying the most wonderful place imaginable in fellowship with a loving God. If they were not believers, they are in hell, suffering the un-ending torment for rejecting God’s love and rebelling against Him.


I am a Medium investigator for a psychic team called Spooks. (NOT THE TV SHOW)
I am a specialist in love and money readings!! But can advise about almost anything!

I was a Pagan high priestess and used to be the teacher of my coven.
I now walk the path of the shaman and do spiritual healing, energy healing and deposessions. I can also do a soul retrieval and help heal wounds caused by abuse and loss.
I am a Clairvoyant, Medium and an Empath.
I have 20 years of experience with many magic forms and Psychic readings.