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What is the difference between a psychic and a medium?

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a psychic claims to have powers that can't even be demonstrated to exist
a medium has the power to contact something that can't be demonstrated to exist, in order to get vague information that is applicable to lots of people yet useful to no one.

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Psychic: people with powers to take over the world
Medium: people in inda who chant latin words, praise the devil, and slit themselves.

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A psychic is someone with an ability to sense things above and beyond the normal range of the five senses. Clairvoyance for example.
A medium is someone who communicates with the dead.
the two very often go hand in hand, as a medium very often has a psychic ability that allows for communication (again, clairvoyance, which is sight, or clairaudience, which is hearing, as in hearing the voices of the dead).

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www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/psychic
Main Entry: 1psy·chic
Pronunciation: ˈsī-kik
Variant(s): also psy·chi·cal -ki-kəl
Function: adjective
Etymology: Greek psychikos of the soul, from psychē soul
Date: 1642
1 : of or relating to the psyche : psychogenic
2 : lying outside the sphere of physical science or knowledge : immaterial, moral, or spiritual in origin or force
3 : sensitive to nonphysical or supernatural forces and influences : marked by extraordinary or mysterious sensitivity, perception, or understanding
– psy·chi·cal·ly -ki-k(É™-)lÄ“ adverb
Medium:
Definition of a psychic medium psychic-medium and spiritmedium. ... Definition of the word: MEDIUMS & PSYCHIC MEDIUM ... also definition for psychic. What is ...www.psychics.co.uk/mediums.htm

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