Thursday, June 18, 2009

Denise Richards Talks To Her Mom - Through A Psychic


Denise Richards talks to her mom. Yes, I know her mom died a couple of years ago, but Denise still talks to her a lot. Well, not actually Denise, but Denise's psychic. It seems that Denise has been getting messages from her mom through Denise's psychic Natalie. Denise didn't say how much she pays Natalie for each one of these messages but I'm guessing it is a lot more than $1.99 for the Psychic Hotline. In an interview with The NY Post, Denise was trying to explain why she agreed to star on a new television series with psychic John Edward called Cross Country.

"I wanted to believe Mom was still around. I wanted a reading. I wanted to believe in some form of reincarnation. I need to think in whatever way I can that my mother is still with us... I desperately have wanted a message from my mother, and I want to hold onto anything which will make that happen. I've told her to stay in contact with me even if she has to talk to me only through Natalie."

It seems to me that this kind of desperation is exactly why people will pay a great deal of money to be able to talk to someone who has died. I don't know if Natalie really has any powers. I don't even know who Natalie is. I will say this though. Even if Natalie is talking to Denise's mom, how often do you think mom is talking to Natalie? My guess is that Natalie talks to mom whenever Natalie needs some money and then passes on some message to Denise.

17 comments:

Anonymous said...

Denise is so pathetic. I am starting to feel bad for how dumb she is. (Because there really is nothing you can do for dumb.)

And John Edward the psychic bothers me, he always has. He's creepy and preys on people.

linnea said...

Yep, it is taking advantage of people who for one reason or another are vunerable.

figgy said...

This is just a shame.

Pookie said...

i think we need to send in dionne warwick to get to the bottom of this.

stiffkittens said...

I'm thinking if the messages were real, they would sound like this "You should be ashamed of yourself, you're making Charlie look like a good parent"...

Almost all 'psychics' are leeches - nothing short of criminals. I hate Denise (and she has the money to spare), but it doesn't make what that Natalie woman is doing right.
I think there are a few real ones, but they wouldn't charge IMO - and would be doing much more needed work with the police etc.

Nutty_Flavor said...

That's the closest thing I've ever seen to a smile on those kids. They're the saddest kids I've ever seen.

J. Maximilian said...

ever notice how in all or most of the pictures her girls are never, ever smiling, that's abnormal for small children, maybe not denises' and charlies..

jax said...

maybe if you don't believe. i've seen a psychic twice in a different country and the stuff she told me would be impossible to guess.

i don't think it makes her pathetic, it makes her human for missing a parent and hoping for any connection to get through.

Rocket Queen said...

Anyone seen the South Park episode ripping on a "John Edward" character? Totally worth seeing and sums up MY thoughts on the issue.

bionic bunny! said...

jax, glad i'm not alone in this. i've never seen a psychic, but i've certainly felt loved ones (and yes, even some pets) around me.
but yes, most of them are charlatans who prey on people's weaknesses.
i've always wanted to have a sit-down with sylvia browne, for instance. seen her often and read a lot of her books. she doesn't have the circus tent persona to me.

Anonymous said...

Sylvia Browne is a phony. I would watch her on Montel Williams. One of the times she came out she said something and the person that she was reading just looked at her like what are you talking about. I was surprise the person said something about it and Sylvia B. tried to said it in another way which the person still was surprise with her answer. You can tell Sylvia B. was bluffing her way out. Ever since then I just don't believe anything by Sylvia B.

warmislandsun said...

jax said, "i don't think it makes her pathetic, it makes her human for missing a parent and hoping for any connection to get through."

I agree 100%. Well said, thank you.

ardleigh said...

Wow I actually sympathize and know how she feels. I don't have a psychic but can understand that need to "talk" to a departed parent in anyway open to you.

I don't know if I like the feeling of being able to understand Denise Richards. Has the world stopped turning?

shakey said...

When I was younger, I went to a fair amount of psychics. The one that was the most accurate got my childhood completely wrong. One I went to (because according to my ex-SIL she was FABULOUS and accurate) she told me I was from another planet.

Those of you in your 40s/50s probably have a scar from a tetanus shot you got when you were in elementary school. Apparently (on me anyway) this is the badge of the Antarians, and it *glows* when I meet fellow Antarians. A spaceship is supposed to come for us one day to take us home (she assured me I would leave my family behind and they would be happy for me), and she runs a workshop for Antarians, wouldn't I like to join? I laughed then asked for my money back. She refused.

I've had dreams about loved ones. I'm happy with that.

katespades said...

check out the website www.stopsylvia.com
i think she is the most offensive out of all the psychics and mediums..she's a crook and has done some despicable things to a lot of people.

moxie said...

Denise, the thing about all those interviews you've done, that go back for years? Your tv show? Anyone can research every word you've uttered in public and come up with some fantastic stuff to tell you about your mom, family, messages from mom, etc.

Maybe you forgot about a childhood memory or something specific about mom you said in an obscure interview 5+ years ago... now when the psychic tells you mom is sending a message about X you will believe it's for real and hand over the megabucks. Sad sad sad.

And yes, Sylvia is a total fraud. I can't understand why people buy into her scam, her whole persona screams phony to me. She's an OK cold reader (knows the tricks) but the funny thing is that she doesn't do it that well and her fans still lap it up.

Ells said...

I can understand the desire to communicate with a lost loved one. I desperately wanted a message from my boyfriend after he suddenly passed away. I got totally into the John Edwards books and tv show. Then I saw John Edwards live, and he wasn't nearly as phenomenal as they make it seem on tv. I don't know if he's a fake or not, but Sylvia Browne sure is.

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