Increase Your Psychic Powers Day
When : Always October 31st
Increase Your Psychic Powers Day is today. Go ahead and guess, errr read my mind....if you can.
I'm thinking of a number from one to ten. Okay, take a guess.......what number is it??
Nope, it's ten. Sure, I fooled you. But, if you truely have psychic powers, you would know I was up to something.
The reason for this little exercise(above), was to show you that you need to improve upon your psychic powers. And, today is "the" day to increase your psychic powers.
Now, let's get on to "How" you can increase your psychic powers. There are a number of ways. And, there is no shortage of psychics, groups and websites to help you.
Here are a few ways, to improve your psychic capabilities:
Get out the Ouija board. Use it with some friends.
Practice makes perfect. Get out a deck of cards. Shuffle them well. Think of what the top card is. Then, turn it over. Keep going.
Flip of the coin, too. Guess heads or tails while the coin is in the air. As your psychic power increases, you should guess correctly more than 50% of the time.
Hone your ESP skills - When the phone rings, guess who it will be. As you go through the day, guess what people are going to say, or what is going to happen next.
Tip: Concentrating and clearing your mind of other thoughts, is essential to successfully developing your psychic powers.
I'm getting a reading in my mind that you will have a happy and fun filled Increase Your Psychic Powers Day.
Origin of Increase Your Psychic Powers Day:
Increase Your Psychic Powers Day appears to have roots in England back to the nineteenth century. Some documentation and readings has it occurring on Halloween night. Other, references, has is on the 30th.
This Day in History October 31st
Protestant Reformation: Martin Luther posts his 95 theses on the door of the Castle Church in Wittenberg. (1517)
Emperor Agustín de Iturbide attempts to dissolve the Mexican Empire. (1822)
American Civil War: Citing failing health, Union General Winfield Scott resigns as Commander of the United States Army. (1861)
Nevada is admitted as the 36th U.S. state. (1864)
Dedication of the Lincoln Highway, the first automobile highway across United States. (1913)
World War I: Battle of Beersheba – "last successful cavalry charge in history". (1917)
World Savings Day is announced in Milan, Italy by the Members of the Association at the 1st International Savings Bank Congress (World Society of Savings Banks). (1924)
Magician Harry Houdini dies of gangrene and peritonitis that developed after his appendix ruptured. (1926)
Great Depression: In an effort to restore investor confidence, the New York Stock Exchange unveils a fifteen-point program aimed to upgrade protection for the investing public. (1938)
World War II: The Battle of Britain ends – the United Kingdom prevents a possible German invasion. (1940)
After 14 years of work, Mount Rushmore is completed. (1941)
World War II: The destroyer USS Reuben James is torpedoed by a German U-boat near Iceland, killing more than 100 United States Navy sailors. It is the first U.S. Navy vessel sunk by enemy action in WWII. (1941)
Dr. jur. Erich Göstl, a member of the Waffen SS, is awarded the Knight's Cross of the Iron Cross, to recognise extreme battlefield bravery, after losing his face and eyes during the Battle of Normandy. (1944)
Suez Crisis: The United Kingdom and France begin bombing Egypt to force the reopening of the Suez Canal. (1956)
An explosion at the Indiana State Fair Coliseum (now Pepsi Coliseum) in Indianapolis kills 74 people during an ice skating show. The explosion also injures 400. A faulty propane tank connection in a concession stand is blamed. (1963)
Vietnam War October surprise: Citing progress with the Paris peace talks, US President Lyndon B. Johnson announces to the nation that he has ordered a complete cessation of "all air, naval, and artillery bombardment of North Vietnam" effective November 1. (1968)
Indian Prime Minister Indira Gandhi is assassinated by two security guards. Riots break out in New Delhi and nearly 10,000 Sikhs are killed. (1984)
Yachtsman Jesse Martin returns to Melbourne after 11 months of circumnavigating the world, solo, non-stop and unassisted. (1999)
Soyuz TM-31 launches, carrying the first resident crew to the International Space Station. The ISS has been continuously crewed since. (2000)
A federal grand jury in Houston, Texas indicts former Enron Corp. chief financial officer Andrew Fastow on 78 counts of wire fraud, money laundering, conspiracy and obstruction of justice related to the collapse of his ex-employer. (2002)
The global population of humans reached seven billion. This day is now recognized by the United Nations as Seven Billion Day. (2011)