February 24, 2020

The Charm of Amulets

Q: Can you tell me about amulets? Is there one that increases creativity?

A: An amulet is a charm, often inscribed with an incantation. Charms were originally spoken or sung. The word charm comes from the French charme, which means song. The problem was that most French people were totally tone deaf and solid objects became the preferred substitute. I’m sure you can go to Amulets-R-Us and get one for every reason under the full moon.


Q: I was reading about the Dropa stones and the possibility that there is recorded history of the Earth being visited by aliens from another planet or solar system. The stones, discovered in 1938 in a Himalayan cave in China, are said to be between 10,000 and 12,000 years old, predating the ancient pyramids and may contain microscopic messages written on electrically charged granite stones. Could the little people of that area in China, the Dropa and the Han, who weigh between 40 and 50 pounds, be descendants from outer space?

A: Who knows? But if weight is a consideration, we can at least rule out half of the American population as alien descendants.


Q: I took one of those online sixth sense tests, and, to my amazement, the test was completely flawed. I answered the first six, went to the next three to find that two links were broken and ended up at the scoring page. There, I was to have my psychic ability evaluated, based on how I answered the 12 questions. I hoped to have my psychic ability revealed to me, but was disappointed by this test. Should I look for another website for testing?

A: Any psychic worth their salt knows that online psychic tests are crap.


Q: I am blown away that some woman sold her 10-year-old grilled cheese sandwich supposedly depicting the image of the Virgin Mary in an auction on eBay for thousands of dollars. Are you aware of other items depicting religious or famous icons? If so, have these mysterious items brought in a profit to the founders?

A: I, too, was surprised that someone would pay thousands for any sandwich, but not as surprised that someone believes there is an image of the Virgin Mary or any other figure with no historical images to confirm their identity. A photograph of the Virgin Mary would be nice.


 

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