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Zoltan Sztojka, 47, whom friends and locals call simply “Zoli with the hat,” uses cards and palm reading to divine information about his clients, a trade he has been practicing for 25 years. His skills at seeing the unseeable, he says, were apparent from childhood. -APNews.com
1. Do you believe in either of these?
2. "They were fortunetellers and seers," he says of generations of his ancestors, who were "chosen by God" to practice the gift of fortunetelling. If you believe in God, do you believe people with these of "gifts" were chosen by God?
3. Have you ever got any of these done?
4. Along with his clairvoyance, Sztojka inherited his 150-year-old tarot cards from his great-great-grandmother, who herself was a fortuneteller. If you believe in these types of "gifts", do you believe they are genetic?