Avoid curses and love spells. Psychics aren’t spellcasters – they can’t make anyone fall in love or put a curse on someone’s life. They only read and interpret truths in regards to the past, current, and future to assist you to decide what activities to take. If a man ever tells you you’re surrounded by bad energy from a curse and they promise they can lift it with healing spells, don’t agree with them. If they claim they can make a person fall fond of you, know that it’s a scam. 3. At the guts is a naïve boy, surrounded by four gypsy women. The old hag on the proper is telling the youth’s fortune, while two of the pleasing young girls steal from him. The subject of the gypsy fortune teller and the duped young man was common in Europe in the sixteenth and 17th centuries. This was a standard Caravaggesque discipline matter and the Italian artist painted two canvases with this topic, now in the Pinacoteca Capitolina in Rome and the Musée du Louvre in Paris. The topic, although, could have derived from prints. The overall composition is akin to Northern works comparable to the Old Gypsy Telling the Fortune of a Young Lady by Jacques de Gheyn II.