Is Divination for Real?
Of course, scientists will argue until they're blue in the face that if something can't be proven, it's simply not valid. This may be true. But even today, in the twenty-first century (and with all our scientific research), not all the questions have been answered. No one can tell us when an earthquake will happen. They can only tell us (again, from patterns and study) where it is likely to eventually happen. Divination, in the same way, relies on belief, faith, and research. It resembles science because it is also a method derived from recognized patterns and studies done throughout history.
But how do we know it's real? We just do. There are many cynics who doubt the possibility of peering into the future and seeing what's going to happen. But a good psychic does not claim to be able to see the future as if it is set in stone. What he can do is look at the momentous, life-changing events such as a major career change or a second marriage you were destined for—events that will happen in your life if they're meant to happen.
Albert Einstein, one of the greatest minds of our time, said with quick wit, “Reality is merely an illusion, albeit a very persistent one.” He also stated, “Great spirits have always found violent opposition from mediocre minds. The latter cannot understand it when a man does not thoughtlessly submit to hereditary prejudices but honestly and courageously uses his intelligence.”
If you want proof, look around you. Some of us were born into this lifetime with extraordinary luck with certain things. Others will suffer constantly in love; still others will become famous; and a number of us will live, contentedly or not, our normal, routine life, going to work and coming home to our families every day. But everyone—rich or poor, outgoing or shy, happy or not so happy—will learn the things they need to learn to fulfill their destiny.