In line with certain events of fraud and cons in the global psychic community, thousands of psychics from different nations have started awareness campaigns. The goal of these campaigns is to ensure that no more people will fall for con artists and their mental reading schemes that have no factual basis
Mark Edward Wilson, a known con artist in the psychic industry, has started sharing some information about the appearance of fraudsters. He believes that this information will help many people see the difference between fake psychic readings and authentic ones.
Mr. Wilson wrote a book entitled Psychic Blues, where he explained the basics of manipulating people and conversations with the dead. Mr. Wilson’s book also highlighted the world of struggling magicians, television evangelists, and even motivational speakers. According to him, the old technique of pre-show screening still applies today, especially in psychic seminars and fairs.
Currently, Mr. Wilson chose to participate in spotting fake psychics operating in different fields. His book received criticisms regarding the content structure and inconsistency of details. He just accepted these comments and stated that he is more concerned about sharing the truth.
Psychic blogs and websites about horoscope and tarot reading are also to be considered. Verifying the authority of these websites is not an easy thing to do since their numbers exceed thousands. Authentic and professional psychics have advised people to start a detailed research about different psychic processes. Tarot reading websites were also discussed in authentic psychic communities. To further spread knowledge about tarot reading, psychics have started sharing information about the meanings of cards and different ways on how to read them.
Psychics have also emphasized the importance of credibility. The community believes that if a psychic is not transparent about his or her activities and achievements, there may be fraud involved.