How much does California Psychics pay?

How much does California Psychics pay?
I used to work for another reputable psychic line a few years ago and they paid a set amount per min of talk time and then gave bonuses to the top 10 psychics who had the most minutes. I was wondering what California Psychics pays because I’m interviewing for them and they won’t tell you anything until your hired. Any info appreciated. I’ve been out of work since 13th of dec and really need to start pulling income in. I’ve been looking into psychic lines because I do have a real gift and had a great following n income with the other co I was working for but when the economy went south so did my buissness. I’m just wanting to know if it’s gonna be worth it with CP and if the line is busy or should I try n go back with the other co I worked for.

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What Draws People to the Occult?

THE answer to that question may depend to a large extent on where a person lives, as well as his or her religious beliefs and cultural background. In your area, what attracts people to the occult? Perhaps they are enticed by one of the following.

Curiosity Humans are innately curious, and the occult smacks of mystery. So some wonder if a hidden power is behind the occult. Others might experiment with a Ouija board or read a horoscope to see if what it says comes true. Still others might attend a séance or consult a psychic.

Entertainment Recent years have seen a surge in entertainment—books, movies, and computer games—based on occult themes and ancient pagan religious superstitions. Some of this entertainment also contains graphic violence and sex.

Anxiety about tomorrow The Bible foretold: “In the last days critical times hard to deal with will be here.” (2 Timothy 3:1) Difficult times are indeed upon us, and many people are consulting occult practitioners—such as astrologers, clairvoyants, palm readers, and psychics—for guidance. “It’s one of the few businesses that is recession-proof,” said one psychic. “People don’t usually come to see you when they’re happy.” A clairvoyant in Canada stated: “All of a sudden I’m hearing from business professionals calling on their private office lines or on their cellphones in the hall whispering.” She added: “These are people who, in the past, were usually skeptical and not really comfortable consulting a psychic.”

Physical sickness In some lands people who are seriously ill often give up on medical doctors and revert to traditional healers who use occult methods. Their sicknesses may be blamed on a curse or a spell. In order to lift the spell, friends or relatives of the ailing one may seek help from a fetishist, or an occult practitioner, who may demand a large payment.

Desire for protection and good luck In some regions of Africa, villagers hire a “prophet” from a charismatic church to exorcise bad spirits from the community. Rituals involve drinking potions and “holy water.” Elsewhere, people consult spirit mediums in order to invoke good luck on a new house or a grave.

Threats to children In Papua New Guinea, a mother may refuse to go outside with her newborn at night. Why? She fears that evil spirits might harm the infant. In Uganda, mothers routinely tie strings, sometimes with beads and shells, to the wrists and ankles of their babies to shield them from harm.

Loss of a loved one British author Sir Arthur Conan Doyle lost his son, brother, brother-in-law, and a nephew in World War I. Distraught and desperate, Doyle and his wife attended séances, hoping to speak with their dead son. Today, too, many consult spirit mediums in an effort to speak with dead loved ones. In some lands, traditional religions and so-called Christian churches teach that death is the result of a malevolent act by angry spirits. Several compulsory, expensive rituals may be performed in order to ward off a chain of deaths in a community.

Fear of the dead Beliefs regarding death and the dead have profoundly influenced humankind. Hence, in many lands people perform all kinds of rituals, including self-injury, to appease the dead or to “prove” their love for them. Among some peoples of the Pacific islands, widows or widowers are forced to wear black clothing and go into mourning for months, locked up in a house where they must refrain from eating the deceased person’s favorite foods. Individuals who practice this custom can become depressed or sick from hunger or even die.

Clearly, there are many enticements luring people into the occult. How important, then, that we understand the true source of occult teachings! To that end, let us examine the Bible, the only book that gives us the full picture.

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depends how smart the people in the area are. if you go to laguna beach, you’ll make tons off of stupid people.

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Does anyone use California Psychics?
I really like Donna, the things she told me actually happened, and she was straightforward and honest, but what I didn’t like what the time frames she gave me, they were not so close to accurate.

Does anyone know of/ use a psychic from california psychics (or any other place) that has been accurate in their predictions and in the time frame that the things are going to occur?
OK EVERYONE, THANKS FOR YOUR OPINIONS ON PSYCHICS! But I wasn’t asking for anyones opinion, if you don’t have a specific answer to my question, PLEASE keep your opinions to yourself, THANK YOU!

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Thank god I’m an atheist…

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Only the people who are fooled by “cold reading” and generalization.

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Only the fools among us do….

All psychics are certified con-artists….(or certifiable if they actually believe in their ‘craft’)

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7 Responses to How much does California Psychics pay?

  1. Iceblink Luck October 26, 2012 at 2:20 pm #

    Nah. That’s comparable to dropping my $ $ down a sewer drain.

  2. Michelle October 26, 2012 at 1:23 pm #

    I don’t mean to be insulting, but I suggest you find another full time job that doesn’t involve psychic work. If the primary motivation for doing psychic readings is money, then it’s going to be really hard to read right since you’re going to be anxious and nervous about keeping the caller on the line long enough to make money. If you have another job, then you will be relaxed and better able to help your clients since you’re not worrying about the money (since you won’t NEED it). After all, shouldn’t helping people be the primary motivation to doing this stuff? Also, telephone psychic lines tend to be scams :/

  3. Jamie October 26, 2012 at 12:53 pm #

    I have two friends that work for them. Well, one now, the other one got laid off. Can’t say exactly how much they pay, it depends on the dependability/accuracy of the psychic and how long you’ve been there I guess. My best guess is this: all I know is that you’re charged (if you’re the caller) anywhere from like $ 1.00 or $ 2.00per minute all the way up to (the highest I’ve seen) $ 7.50 and probably higher. The amount of money your customers are charged depends on your accuracy based on customer reviews and how long you’ve worked there. Then California Psychics takes a percentage of that, I forget how much sorry, and you keep the rest. I think there are bonuses if you work a certain time (probably late at night). I think there are other bonuses, probably for their top psychics or whatever.

    A new person would probably start out at just a couple dollars per minute. I just checked and to call my friend it would cost a customer $ 4.50 a minute and she’s been working there for 5-7 years.

    Again, this is just my best guess as I don’t personally work for them. This is just what I’ve gathered form talking to my friends who do work for them.

  4. Horror_movie_guru October 26, 2012 at 12:20 pm #

    Reputable? You mean skilled at Scamming people, Two answers given here expressed how I feel, I too have never heard of one who has won the Lottery, There have been many exposures of psychics as frauds. It has been proven that psychics can gain immense amounts of information on someone through ordinary means. Sometimes by just using a telephone number through caller ID and an internet search, a psychic can get names, addresses, dates of birth, dates of marriage, family members, etc.

  5. Alan October 26, 2012 at 11:42 am #

    they don’t pay, they charge

  6. BrokenEye Reaper Madness October 26, 2012 at 11:01 am #

    “reputable psychic line”? Don’t make me laugh! That’s like saying “reputable pickpocket” or “reputable ponzi scheme”.

    And you really shouldn’t be advertizing to the world that you’ve got “a real gift” for swindling and confidence scams. It just makes people less likely to fall for your tricks.

  7. Freddy October 26, 2012 at 10:59 am #

    Too Much!

    Psychics are fakes, I have yet to hear of one who won the Lottery,

    Now here comes all the Baloney about “Ohh it doesn’t work that way”

    Poppy Cock and Balderdash

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