Posted: Oct 27, 2016 6:49 pm
by ilstar
ScholasticSpastic wrote:
ilstar wrote:
People seeing auras can be also called clairvoyant, since the vocabulary on the topic is pretty thin, especially in English. This inadequacy can be seen in the relatively indefinite second part of the definition of clairvoyant on Google:

Or, if you have a speech impediment, it could just mean that their name is Claire, and they float.

I don't follow your train of reasoning concerning your conclusion of me having a speech impediment.

Online Etymology Dictionary has this on clairvoyant: "clear-sighted person" (1794), "having psychic gifts," "paranormal gift of seeing things out of sight" (1837), etc.

It is indeed useless to argue on a topic about which you want to know nothing.