If you ever visit the countryside, you could have come across with people dressed in motleys and flamboyant outfits sitting by a round table and welcoming people. These warm hearted people are called as gypsy fortune tellers and mostly they are in this profession for generations. Usually, these clans belong to Hungary and they roam from places to places and mostly live in temporary tents. Gypsy fortune telling is often arranged in many city fairs as well. But mostly you will get them in the country.
There are many unpleasant myths surrounding the gypsy clans and especially, their fortune telling endeavors. Skeptics are always in a mood to find out viable pointers satisfying their urges or questioning the powers of the gypsy fortune tellers. As a matter of fact, whether you accept or not, there are many such nomadic tribes across the whole world, popular for correctly prophesying the future.
They are carrying the legacy of their ancestors who claim for having divine powers to get the visions of the past as well as the future. Here, we have handpicked the popular four ways followed by the gypsies to predict the future.
Most of you have seen crystallomancy in many pictures or movies where the gypsy is found sitting with a crystal ball on a table. They claim that they can see the future through that magic ball. Crystallomancy is said to be one of the most ancient future telling methods and fortunately this process is still practiced by many gypsy clairvoyants or fortune-teller.
Many gypsy fortune tellers consider this to be one of the most sought after methods of predicting the future. In this process, some grains are spread across the ground and they wait for the birds to come and feed on that. The pattern which is left on the floor, the gypsies can predict the future by reading those contours.
Call it nonsense or weird, but tasseography is one of the most practiced future prediction process that gypsies often do. They as their clients to drink a cup of tea in a cup and when the tea is finished the gypsy reads the contours formed by sediments of the tea accumulated at the bottom of the cup.
By reading the lines on your palms the gypsies can tell you the forthcoming days, your apathies, agonies, winnings etc. Palmistry is one of the oldest fortune-telling practices across the whole world. The gypsies are no wonder out of this fashion. Many of them will ask for your hands and start reading the lines.
Call them witch, shamans, sorcerers or simply the fortune-tellers—they are the one who can give a glimpse of what is going to be in your upcoming days by some ways.