I was also scammed by the notorious Toby although I only lost $200,-.
I am quite psychic myself - if anyone did anything to me, especially a treatment like the one proposed by Toby, it would not go unnoticed.
However, in both session I felt ZILCH. Needles to mention, now, 6 month later, my DNA is as unactivated as it ever was.
Toby also never sent me a follow-up report.
It is fortunate for him that he resides in a country that does not prosecute scammers like him.
ps: I do not support “professional sceptics”
people who are close minded “know alls” are a bigger curse to the situation today than all the Tobys of earth together.
Gee, I wouldn’t refer to myself as psychic is somebody just ripped me for $ 200.00 in a psychic scam. Also, didn’t your common sense tell you that no ‘psychic’ (or anyone else, for that matter) could ‘rejuvenate’ DNA?
You are obviously a very trusting individual, and I admire that, but how could you fall for something so patently absurd?
Now, people like The Amazing Randy (Randi ?) and also Penn & Teller are not closed-minded; they merely look quite painstakingly for genuine evidence that something cosmic is taking place, and as yet, neither party has found anything that is beyond the realm of fraud. (Like the Johnny Carson expose on Uri Geller, a total fraud. Dear Uri, Cosmic Psychic that he is, did not know beforehand that Johnny Carson was also a magician (illusionist) and was on to Uri’s tricks.
While I do not doubt that maybe some sort of psychic events do happen (such as thinking about someone, then the phone rings and it is that person, that happens too much to too many people to just be coincidence), but generally, as in 99.9%, most of these psychics and mediums and channelers and so on are total frauds. Sylvia Browne is a good example. Great showmanship, highly skiled in pulling off her games, but she is a fraud from beginning to end.
Dan, reaching out into the Cosmos. Do you feel something? So do I, and it is not drug-induced, this is real….......