Clues to the Past, Present, and Future
Have you ever seen a movie or television story in which the police call in a psychic to help them solve a tough case? It happens more often than you may think. The police (as well as the FBI and other law enforcement agencies) frequently rely on certain psychics for help. The psychic receives photographs or personal items of the victim or a missing person, and from these personal effects he is able to provide clues that sometimes break the case. The stories vary, but all of them are astonishing.
You can also use psychometry in less dramatic circumstances. Most of the time, objects and places (entire buildings or separate rooms) carry with them information of the past and the present. Most psychics prefer divining with objects worn on an everyday basis. A watch, a ring, a bracelet, a necklace, or even a cigarette lighter will have a more interesting story to tell than, let's say, your pen. They may also use a hair band or sunglasses, but metal objects tend to work better, possibly because our bodies give off magnetic energy fields that are absorbed by metal objects.
Doing psychometric readings on people is another story altogether. People are imprinted with memories of the past, the present, and also the future. In other words, by touching the hand of a person, a gifted psychometrist is able to tune into the energy and “see” events that have not yet occurred. He or she can also pick up vibrations of people not yet met by the person who is being read.