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Source : Yahoo AnswersQuestion : I have noticed when I talk to people about the occult?

or show them some occult skill (palm reading or tarot.) I have their absolute attention. Should I use this fact as a means to gain money or a little following of my own if I so wish? Would you do this yourself if you had the ability to do so?
definitely not a Jim Jones or heaven’s gate sort of thing. I would never lead people down such a path.

As for why I would do it is two fold. Half the reason is for selfish reasons, while the other half of me wants to use it to help people. I noticed alot of people in this world have no one to talk to and it could be set up as a cheaper alternative to a mental health professional and without the stigma attached. I love to talk to people and this would be the way to do it.
As for your comment Ann, is this not what our goverment does to get what it wants by taking advantage of our needs and fears? Look what damage it causes. I only want to make money and help people on the side. What damage could that cause?

Answer by dramaqueen
why not get paid for what you can do? What do you mean by a “little following” of my own. we’re not talking Jim Jones here are we? If so than, NO back off that thought right now thats just nuts.

Answer by Anne M
I personally think it’s a questionable way to earn a living. You’d be playing on people’s fears and superstitions as a way to separate them from their money, which, although not exactly a fraud, is certainly not the most above-board and honorable way to make your way through life.

People are afraid of and fascinated by what they don’t understand, and are eager to immerse themselves in phenomena that give them the feeling that there are many more opportunities and capabilities open to them than they currently experience. I think a better way to make a living would be to teach them to develop their own strengths, or to help them to find ways to feel more in control of their own lives. You could do this by being a teacher, a coach, a counselor, a psychologist, a clergyperson, or in any of a number of other ways.

Even if you market yourself as simply an “entertainer,” that’s kind of a type of double-talk itself. It’s like casinos saying they are simply providing “gaming entertainment” when really they are playing off of people’s psychological urges to gamble and overspend. Think about it…….people wouldn’t pay big $ $ $ for “entertainment” the way they do for things involving the occult. They’d be seeking something on a deep level and hoping to find it, through you. Is doing what would essentially be taking advantage of their needs and fears in exchange for money really the way you want to establish yourself in this world?

Answer by Himiko
If it is a gift, you cannot charge anything for monetary gain.

If it is a skill you attained, you can charge for your effort to learn it.

Be very careful how you use it. You may not like the result you have in the end. It is your choice. Be careful.

Answer by Jen
There’s a sucker born every minute right?. If you can make money off of this, then I say go for it.

Answer by thefallen
Hi, I would help people, but I would be very careful with having a following ha ha ha, not because you are a mad man or anything like that, no my friend, but because all of the rest. See the problem? All you need is one “mad” man, and you could be in for a hell of a ride. You never know what a fanatic might do right? That said, earning money on your gift? Why not? The magazines are full of all kind of readers, but if you take their prizes you are in it for the money, and not for the helping part. Anyway, follow your heart, you will seldom be wrong, but that did you know already! Peace and love from Norway

Answer by mike4ty4
Possibly, but if you do it for GREED then no. Money is best used for being spent on world-benefitting stuff. To get a “cult” (I guess that’s what you mean by a “following” or that’s what those can often lead to) going is probably a real no-no, like someone here said, Heaven’s Gate repeats are NOT good.

Someone here also said, “If it is a gift, you cannot charge anything for monetary gain.” But Bill Gates used his gift to obtain money. What makes his business questionable is not his use of the gift, but rather his business practices.

Answer by jammal h
it is not moral to disparage people if they trust you

Source : Yahoo AnswersQuestion : What are some alternate spellings for Sway?

My husband loves the name Sway for a girl but I’d like to change the spelling so it looks more like a name than a movement. The middle name will be Lynn. Thank You!
Sorry there is no changing the name just the spelling. Lynn is my mothers middle name and it will not change either. I did not ask for your opinion I asked for spellings. Thank You.
Yes Amira that is where my husband got the name is ‘Gone in 60 Seconds’. He is a very big car fan and he loves the name.

Answer by Lynnae
Oh please NO!
She will be teased for life – it’s not okay

Answer by 37 weeks with baby #1(Noah)
Sway is not a name, period. It doesn’t matter how much you change the spelling people are still going to think of it as a motion because that is exactly what it is.

Answer by Mrs Natalie Slappy I’m back!
Are you joking??
Number one you are going to name your daughter Sway??
Number two you are going to change the spelling to make it even more ridiculous??
I beg you to reconsider.
What about Shay?

Answer by Randi Kira


Answer by Perceyyyyy

quite hard – not really a fan especially with the middle name Lynn as it will sound like ‘swailing’ – which sounds like wailing or something else equally negative… sorry!

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Answer by 28
You’ve already said it yourself; Sway is a motion. Mixing up the spelling doesn’t change how you say it.

Answer by samnbudsmom
Its an awful name. How about Shaylin or Shayla? Sway is terrible. Its how fat people walk.

Answer by Verity Watson
I understand your hesitance, but with word names, it’s always best to stick with the conventional spelling. Think about it this way:

Journey v. Jurnee
Story v. Storri
River v. Rivarr
Star v. Stahr
Destiny v. Dystyni

In every case, the dictionary spelling looks stronger. Instead of doing a double take and saying “Suai? Is that Sue? It’s sway? Like sway back and forth? Oh, okay.” the person will simply read “Sway.”

Which is what you’re going for in the first place.

Best wishes!

ETA: While Sway is not my style, I think it’s a reasonable choice. Like Paige and Brooke, it is simple and feminine. And while it *is* a motion, I think of it as a rather graceful, palm trees in the breeze on a tropical island motion. It’s a nice choice for a daughter – far better, and more original, than Shayla or Shay.

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Answer by Elizabeth
My favorite website, Behind the Name, found this list of names that sounded similar to Sway (after I forced their search engine to freak out because Sway isn’t in their list).

SWAY was not found in this database. Names that sound similar to SWAY:
SAIJA f Finnish
SHAE m & f English
SHAI m Jewish
SHAY (1) m Irish
SHAY (2) m & f Jewish
SHAYE m & f English
ŠIWA f Slavic Mythology
SUHA f Arabic
SUJAY m Indian

I think if you did something like:


that would be really cool.

Answer by ~Ready~
Good Luck~

Answer by Sydney
Sway is not a name. At all.

Answer by Dream on.
Well i dont think there is,

But you can always imprevise like

But i think you should choose a name that means something like beautiful you can go on different websites to choose the name that soots you.


Answer by Amira
Is his favorite movie ‘Gone in 60 Seconds’?

Answer by Impossiblah
yup you are right…it’s more like a movement…but lynn is lovely

when we put sway lynn together sounds oriental..chinese type…

but personally i don’t think it’s a good name if she want a happy childhood without being bullied…if you live in china…of course…why not..


Answer by dragn
Suei is all i can think of. but oh my goodness, what an awful thing to do to a child. dont let it get fat, or everyone will be making that pig calling noise.

Written by LoveDrNikki

I was born with my innate gifts of clairvoyance (see things), clairaudient (hear things), clairsentient (know things). By the time I was 3 I knew there were things that I knew that I could not tell anyone about because they got really weird if I did. At 13 I got my first deck of tarot cards (Ryder – Waite) and started doing readings professionally.

At 16 I had my first near death experience when I was in a pick-up truck that hit a semi-tractor trailer truck. My dad had died several years earlier – and he had been a semi-truck driver. I was fortunate enough to receive my Father as a Spirit Guide that day, My second NDE was when I was 18 – I was in a Piper Cub 2 seater aircraft that did a hard landing into the side of a mountain. I have spent my entire life studying and working with the wyrd and wonderful in all its guises. While not required by any means I enjoy using the Tarot or any of the other divination tools I have at hand you may want to use for your reading.

I have Doctorate Degrees in Divinity (D.Div) and Theology (Th.D.) from Northern Lights Seminary and continue to study. Among some of my other titles are Psychic Minister, Esoteric Minister, High Priestess, Shaman, Spiritual Coach, Psychic Coach, Psychic Healer, Life Coach, Relationship Coach, Small Business Consultant, Paralegal, Executive Director and College student. I am honored to be a “reader’s reader,” meaning that many of the people do readings for are readers or spiritual workers themselves.