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: In an ideal world this would be maintained in GRASS itself, translating the original pages. We also have some french HTML pages already. -- Markus [[User:Neteler|Neteler]] 16:52, 7 February 2007 (CET)
 
: In an ideal world this would be maintained in GRASS itself, translating the original pages. We also have some french HTML pages already. -- Markus [[User:Neteler|Neteler]] 16:52, 7 February 2007 (CET)
 
== Real Psychic Stories ==
 
 
Psychic Advisors in highplaces…
 
It’s true that many celebrities, politicians and Wall Street tycoons have sought the advice of a psychic advisor. These psychic advisors are not exactly the same as the ones you will find practicing their art online or over the phone. These “celebrity psychic advisors” are the real deal. As many people know, a psychic advisor even lived in Ronald Reagan’s White House.
 
 
At the suggestion of his wife Nancy, Reagan had a live-in astrologer/psychic advisor at one point of his Presidency, who regularly provided advice on how Reagan should run the country. Already a highly popular psychic, Joan Quigley quickly became Ms. Reagan’s favorite astrologer when the two first met on the Merv Griffin show. Once they reached the White House, the couple sought out her advice even more frequently. Quigley created elaborate charts that showed the president the best times of the day/week to do certain things, and meticulously calculated the most advantageous time for achieving success on certain issues. These included the timing of presidential announcements, global summits, and even his flight schedules on Air Force One.
 
 
It’s hard to believe that the leader of the free world would make decisions based what was in his cards for the day, or his astrological chart, but Reagan wasn’t the only powerful person to believe in the advice of a real psychic advisor.
 
 
Another powerful group with a reputation for relying on real psychic readings is the Wall Street set. Legends abound about how John Pierpont Morgan and Andrew Carnegie, two titans of finance, were enamored with the world of spiritualism.
 
 
One respected psychic among the Wall Street elite is Mary T. Browne. While she doesn’t tell people which stocks to buy, or advise them on any other purchases, she does perform remarkably accurate psychic readings. She also trains her clients on “how to think” by helping them to discover what they really want in life. She shows her clients how to decide what they want, visualize it happening, stick with their plan, and believe in their desired outcome until they achieve their desired results. In addition to being a genuine psychic advisor, she also encourages a positive mental attitude and strong work ethic.
 
 
Not everyone can afford to hire a live-in psychic advisor or spiritual guide, but many have found success with in the virtual world of psychic advisors. In case you still find yourself asking “are psychics real?” you will find a lot of great feedback for some online psychic advisors.
 
 
Paging through the “feedback” pages from a real online psychic, you will find client testimonials like “Edward sensed that I would meet someone at my new job, and a few days later, I did!”, or “Because of Suzanne, I chose the right profession and I have never felt happier!”
 
 
Of course, the best way to know for sure whether the person you are speaking with is a real psychic is to see what they can tell you, before you tell give them too many clues about yourself.
 
 
Tia W. Ormond is a Clairvoyant Reader who specializes in ESP, clairvoyance, is a real psychic advisor she can help you how psychic's can read your future by using  [http://realpsychicadvisor.com/ real psychic] reading.
 

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Hi, we have a partial Italian translation of the GRASS Manual pages here. Can we place a link on this page or should it go somewhere else? --Steko 22:33, 5 February 2007 (CET)

In an ideal world this would be maintained in GRASS itself, translating the original pages. We also have some french HTML pages already. -- Markus Neteler 16:52, 7 February 2007 (CET)