My client, Anke, called me a few nights ago to ask for advice. She got involved with a psychic who promised her that her lost lover would return, and she would be “rewarded” with a large amount of cash to enable her to sustain her lover and the lover’s children. Anke and the lover had a nasty fall-out after the break-up.
When we look at our inspirational image it does leave us with a mystery: What might be behind those closed doors?
Anke and her lover separated and the lover moved to Cape Town. Anke lives in Pretoria. Anke joined a dating site and saw the profile of the psychic that can help people. Needless to say, Anke was intrigued with the profile, opened it and read more about the “psychic”. Anke closed the profile and decided not to act on the advertisement.
This specific dating site was set up so that the psychic could see that Anke had looked at her profile. It also supplied Anke’s details to the psychic.
“Psychic” Initial Contact
Needless to say the “psychic” got hold of Anke. Anke told the “psychic” that she works with me. A week later she was contacted by the “psychic” who told her the following:
Anke was instructed to go and consult with the “psychic” at an initial fee of R300-00 ($23,00 USD). She was further told to bring along 3 suitcases, 2 of which that fit into each other. She was also told to bring 2 artificial red roses, 2 candles and a litre of Inkomasi (a South African Maize Product pretty much the same as yoghurt) and a new padlock.
Anke was called every night at 20:00 and instructed to do various “binding prayers” during the week and to burn the candles and bath in an herbal mixture. A follow-up consultation was done a week later.
Follow -Up Consultation
With the follow-up consultation she was instructed to park her car in a garage and was led to a dark room. Anke had to wash her hands in a special mixture. Prayers had to be made to God and the Ancestors and Anke had to hold her hand over the suitcase, with the smaller one inside, which was locked by the psychic upon Anke’s arrival. They left the room, talked outside and went back in.
Anke was instructed to move the suitcase and she felt it was heavy. The “psychic” then instructed her to unlock the suitcase. Upon opening it, it was full of R100-00 notes. Anke was told that it was only about R1,8million. The suitcase was too small for the other R3,2million.
Anke’s first question was “But why all this money for me?” The “psychic’s” response was that it would enable her to support her lover after the “binding prayer”.
Anke was further instructed to borrow R50 000-00 from her bank and have it next to her bed to “confirm” the work.
Anke’s biggest concern with the car that was parked in a garage was: Was there a tracking device installed? We will never know?
It was at this stage that Anke contacted me. Yes - and I did a healing on Anke -there were spells on her. I believe it was put on her to serve as a “blinding spell”by the psychic.
R50 000-00 in South Africa is a lot of money. People are killed for less than R100-00.
A number of people in South Africa have been caught with the same scheme. I can only warn others not to fall for this.
The psychic did make sure Anke that Anke is religious and changed the term “spell” to “prayers”.
Why did I use the title “Money for nothing”? It means you will literally pay money for nothing. And not one of my clients got a cent out of these schemes. These are optical illusions. I know of people who actually loaded these moneys into their cars; once they got home the suitcases were empty.
When we return to the inspirational image: Is this really a door you want to open to lose money? Rather not do it. If we think about it logically: Why would the Universe do certain people favours, and not others? Here we are all equal.