Have you ever watched that show on NBC on Wednesday night @7:00p.m. called” Phenomenon” with Uri Geller? My son has become obsessed with it. I understand Psychic Energy and it’s movement, but after my son made me watch this 2 hour program for Halloween, I came away with the impression that Uri Geller and Criss Angel are illusionists, and I am not discounting their psychic ability, however it is overstated for the almighty dollar. They really are not any more powerful than Harry Houdini, who died from his very own stupidity. They have a website @ “NBC.com Phenomenon”. I just really don’t like the influence of this on my son or daughter and the general population, which is unknowingly getting drawn into this type of entertainment. Entertainment goes so far until it becomes life threatening to immature and unknowing people. I know it’s me, but I never wanted either one of my kids living in the psychic world that the public controlled. That kind of power needs to be personally taught by someone who knows how to use it .Okay, so my kids know I have it, which is why I don’t want to use it publicly, and my sometimes out of control fire nature forces me to use it in front of them and then I regret it, knowing they are watching and learning from everything I do. Both of my kids have psychic ability, but neither one of them are focused enough yet, as teenagers, to utilize it in a positive manner.I’m just agitated over this program that I know is having an adverse effect on people who really don’t have a clue, which includes the teenage and bored adult population. Paying Raven to be on this Halloween show to influence others was just really out of line. She’s not a Psychic, she’s a T.V. Character from “That’s so Raven” acting a part on having psychic ability.Psychic Power is a Real Gift from the Spiritual Force in your essence not a program on Prime Time T.V. Illusions are fun to watch, but they are not Reality and immature people imitating them are suspect for disaster . Don’t fall into an Illusionary Trap.