Lisa at Psychic Revelations in Echo Park
- This lady is a classic gypsy. She is Romanian, illiterate, does not send her kids to school and has a big sign in her front yard advertising psychic readings. I went in for a $5 palm reading and got talked into doing the $60 Tarot card reading instead. Nothing she told me was right. Then she said I had to give her $200 so that she can pray and meditate in order to cleanse my bad energy with women. She said if I don't do this I will never be able to hold on to a relationship. She also asked me if I'm gay, which I'm not.
- —Guest James
- Crazy story! Sounds like a total scam, thanks for sharing. Good that you didn't leave it there. I don't know who would fall for that. Anyway, I am a big fan of Chris myself, he is the real deal and really helped me out.
- —Guest aloha
It's not a FREE Spell if you have to pay
- How in the world can you advertise it as being free if you charge people for the spell? False advertising and a total scam.
- —Guest Elmira
- I have been going to clairvoyant advisors for about 7 years and I have gone through a few different cycles where I prefered one reading style or personality over another. I can definitely appreciate the tough love type no nonsense readers when I am trying to make a decision about how to move past certain hardships in a relationship but when I am going through a really difficult break up I tend to favor a softer approach. My last break up was intense and I have a go-to spiritual advisor who really understands the emotions that seem to overwhelm me. She is empathic and very compassionate. I never feel like she is telling me that I've made the wrong choice or that there is something wrong with me for wanting him back. It's definitely a personal choice but when I talk to someone who is really pushy and trying to steer me in a different direction when I am not ready, then I start to wonder why they won't listen when I am just trying to explain how I feel.
- —Guest Stacy
- I am a fan of Chris. I have been having talks with him for a few months now, and he has really helped me.
- —Guest Sabrina
Don't tell the client what to do Part 2
- It is just a skill that should be utilized as a tool to help people make their own informed decisions. We all have our own free will and are responsible for making our own decisions. When I went in for a reaiding with Psychic Michelle in Norwalk, she kept telling me that I had to pay for a spell to prevent my husband from cheating on me becays he was going to cheat on me if I didn't within the next 3 weeks. The only time anyone should tell you to leave a relationship is if your partner is abusing you or hurting you in any way. My husband is not about to cheat on me and I went in asking for some insight on a business deal I was trying to put together. How does one go from looking into a business transaction to giving unwanted advice about infidelity?! This is a scam if I have ever seen one. Unsolicited advice and a bossy attitude to boot. People need to stick to answering the questions that are posed and also to offer a good service and with the proper skills and tools.
- —Guest Percy
Don't tell the client what to do
- If you go to a psychic or a medium or a clairvoyant, they are supposed to tell you what they see and feel. They are NOT supposed to tell you what to do or tell you that you are cursed. No one, not a therapist, psychologist, doctor, teacher, whomever, is supposed to tell you what to do with your life. It is not ethical and it is not moral. You are paying for a service, which is to share their extra-sensory abilities with you and to express their visions with as much clarity and accuracy as they can. A doctor can advise you on what they believe is the best form of treatment, but they cannot tell you what to do. A psychic can tell you what they see as a potential path or what they feel is most likely going to happen based on what is going on in the present, but they absolutely cannot tell you that you have to do this or that or whatever else. Opinions are opinions and describing a vision or passing along a message that comes through from the other side, is simply a special skill
- —Guest Percy
False posts Chris Golden
- Ok, obviously someone is posting while using other people's name to bury Chris. Whoever is doing this, it's sick and you clearly need psychiatric help. Please get some soon.
- —Guest Anonymous
- Someone is writing these entries in my name. Jesus is Lord. I denounce Satan and I denounce psychics. If I said anything about witch doctors it is becoz in my culture we have devis and demons and the latter hath taken my hand and mine mouth to the dark place. I beg Jesus Christ to forgive me and for G-d Almighty to Smite Chris.
- —Guest sheenap
- Says a lot about you for trashing Christopher Golden with witch doctor threats.... Which Christian bible tells you witch doctors trumps psychics???!!! Guess you are on the path to hell for your despicable suggestion too...!!
- —Guest Rose20
- I don't know who is making statements in my name. But Jesus is Lord and psychics are going to hell. I should have never gone off my meds. This time I'm not taking back what I say about CG or WSJ becoz they are not JC. All you haters can stop dissing me anytime. I will ruin Chris. Watch me. All over the internet. I will bury you Chris.
- —Guest sheenap
Stephanny Marie Scam
- I went to her store front and did a $24 palm reading. She said that I was cursed and said the cursed evil spirits were planted in my diamond ring. First of all, it is not even a diamond ring. If she was really psychic, she would already know that. I wear a cubic zirconia ring because I work at the register for Aut* Z*ne and every guy there asks for my number so I just say that I already married. Anyway, she told me I had to leave it with her so she could wash away evil spirits with blessed vinegar. Whag a total scam. I'm so lucky it wasnt' a real piece of jewelry and its weird because right next door, conencted to her store is a pawn shop and a place that buys your gold and jewelry. they had a shared space and this woman is running a scam and trying to take jewelry by scaring you. How can you live with yourself? From $24 she was going to take my ring thinking it was real and then probably tell me something else when I tried to come back for my ring.
- —Guest Bear
Tysa is the worst psychic ever
- The worst psychic ever. She did not pick right even one little thing. Everything she said was just a general advised applied to everybody.
- —Guest M
Better luckj next time Tara
- I found Tara to be more of a counselor than a psychic. A psychic can peer into your probable future and be able to tell you what or who is coming up. She wasn't able to do that. She was however able to nail the issues surrounding the person I'm with, but that's intuition - not psychic. She spent the majority of the read fixated on repeating the same information to me about straightening up my life and more advice giving. My life is pretty evolved and straightened believe me. I don't think she realized who she was talking to considering that I'm a healer and counselor myself. I typically go to see a psychic when I'm looking for someone to peer into my future. If I need a counselor I'll see a therapist. Also generally in psychic 101 you're not supposed to tell your client to leave someone or stay with someone. You're simply supposed to tell them what you see and the client can act accordingly. I ask her a question and I'd get, "You're not listening to me. In order for you to...." Um-ok
- —Guest Gwyn
- I gave the reading many months after her predictions and none of it happened. i didn't meet with the man I was reading about to have coffee, we didn't get together during the holidays....basically nothing happened as was seen.... too bad.
- —Guest Dragon Wings