I have been thinking. Should I heal people for money using their full name and image(meaning for the use with 2nd pentacle of mars)? Of course, I would mention they continue their current medications. $25 for child of removal of diseases and $80 for adults.
I am concerned I might get in trouble if I attempt this because of pharmaceuticals. They don't want a cure for diseases. Also, I am handling their identity.
I can't just do it for free. I would need a full name and image of a person. There is a lot of ill diseased people out there. The money is for serious people that really want to get better. This is not a game. They can get sick again.
Anyways I need to pay bills like the internet to continue this, but I don't think I am going to heal people for money. Too many issues like medical companies and the risk of lying fraud attempts by people that don't like this.
+DarkCoin4 If you live in the united States, you could be opening yourself up for a bunch of lawsuits, legal shit, etc...... unless you give a disclaimer that your services are not meant to diagnose, treat, or cure any medical condition and your clients should consult their physician. I believe it's the law. Read the labels of anything you find in the health food stores. They have to put that disclaimer on the label and they're selling a tangible product. You're selling a service you can neither prove or disprove exists, since you can't hold it or even see it. You might find yourself in a jumpsuit and shower shoes while sharing a cell with a guy that wants that ass ;)
It's ok, I know about the disclaimer and healing claims. After curing peoples cancer I then have them get checkups at the physician(required to know if healing works). I even tell my family to get checkups to know their current condition. But I never started healing anyone but family discreetly. So yeah no healing others because pharmaceuticals need to make money and will murder anyone with a cure for cancer or diabetes. They will not just use lawsuits.
I’ve entertained ideas like this before myself. I’d say don’t quit your day job just yet, start out on a donation basis. If they feel you did something life-changing for them and want a way to thank you, they can pay whatever they feel is necessary. That’ll give you enough reputation to draw in customers. Once you have enough testimonies in your name, you’ll be able to get people to pay $80 much easier.