5 Mondays, 5 Saturdays and 5 Sundays. This happens
once every 823 years. This is called money bags. So share
it and money will arrive in 4 days. Based on Chinese
Feng Shui. The one who does not share, will be without
money. Share within 11 minutes of reading
Can’t hurt so I just did it. JUST FOR FUN
I just like to use this as an example that many superstitions or predictions seem to be of value if coincidentally they seem to be working. Many people believe in luck or bad luck, in predictions and superstitions because, once in a while, they seem to be correct or close to it. This happens as well when people “believe“ in many other situations. Faith-healing , Alternative Medicine, and Prayer, are some examples. When it works, it is credited when it doesn’t, it is not dis-credited. Many alternate medicines work because of the Placebo effect (Google David Suzuki’s CBC documentary on this subject). My Doctor used to say, if you take medicine to cure a virus infection (a cold) you will be cured in 14 days, If you don’t take any, it will take at least 2 weeks. If the placebo makes you feel better fine! Use it. It can be very dangerous though if you believe that you don’t need traditional proven medical attention and substitute “alternatives” instead. When parents decide that prayer will cure their child and withhold medical attention or withhold permission for blood transfusions and the child dies, it is murder, not god’s will. When people act on a psychic’s advise and things go wrong, the psychic should be held responsible.
Let’s keep an open mind because, although we know a lot more than in the past, there are things we don’t know (yet). Anyone who claims to have special powers and practices this on people, whether its physical or mental, should obtain a license. They must go through a strict impartial scientific exam which, without doubt, shows their “gifts” or ‘theories” are genuine. Social Media is full of people who claim physical or mental healing powers. Any one who hangs out a shingle, claiming special powers, must prove it. If they can’t, they should be prosecuted for fraud. Power of prayer can be tested (has already been done, look it up). Alternative medicine and supplements must be tested in the same manner as regular medicine (if they were, they would not be called “alternative” anymore).
I do not rule out that there is a lot we don’t know yet, but wild theories, guesses and wishful thinking should nor be part of our lives. Have a theory? Do the researching and testing to an acceptable standard. Individual testimonies and opinions just won’t do.
Let’s not give the fraudsters, no matter how well-meaning they are, a chance to mislead and fleece gullible victims.