Today I’m reviewing a self-proclaimed “psychic” who calls himself Magellan Medium Spirit. He must be pretty new to the psychic scene since he’s been popping up everywhere suddenly. I knew nothing about him or his abilities, so I wanted to check him out.
Unfortunately, after researching, I can honestly say that I do not trust him. I cannot recommend him as I believe 100% that he is just another psychic scam. He’s no different than Angel Medium Angela, Tara Medium, William Guardian Angel, Medium Maria, or the countless others I’ve reviewed before here.
Magellan’s “about” section on his website claims he lost someone very special to him when he was a child, significantly impacting his life. Then one night, this person came to him out of nowhere to comfort him. Since then, he was given the power to cross between the “world up above” and the “world down below” on command.
He decided to use his ability to speak to deceased spirits to help those in need. He says he has a pure and connected mind, which he uses to lead distressed beings to the right path. The “I was a child when something terrible happened to me and was then gifted magical powers to deal with it and decided to start helping others” line is overused.
Besides that part, I don’t have much of a problem with his story. I become automatically suspicious when I read this type of story, though. The reason is that almost all the fake psychics I’ve reviewed have the same backstory. I truly believe some people are blessed with the ability to speak to the spirits of those who have passed.
After all, we’re all made of energy, and energy can only be transferred, not destroyed. That means that our energy and souls don’t just disappear into thin air when we pass away. What I DO have a problem with regarding Magellan are the red flags I picked up. These red flags are why I don’t believe he’s an authentic psychic and cannot recommend him to my readers.
First Red Flag – His Extremely Generic Free Readings
I signed up for my “free reading” at 11:30 am and received it in ten minutes! Of course, this is after I confirmed my email address to him. He had to ensure I was a real person with an actual email address he could bombard. He should know I’m a real person if he knew everything he told me about in my “reading.” I read it, and sure, those are five good signs, but I already knew this.
Less than twelve hours later, I received another email from “him.” This time he said he received a message notifying him that “strange yet extraordinary things are currently occurring for me.” He claimed I was heading towards one of the loveliest periods of my life with a huge surprise. He said my whole future depended on me acting quickly and getting back to him asap. I needed to receive the revelations and special secrets connected to my future from him without wasting time.
I clicked because nothing I had received from him sounded unique or genuine. That led me to another “reading” that was vague and generic. Nothing he told me had anything to do with me or my life; it was just blanket statements he sent to everyone. To prove this, I decided to sign up fresh with a different email address. Unsurprisingly, I received the same urgent and special “readings” in that email.
Second Red Flag – The Agreement I Was Supposed To Consent To
At this point, I already knew he was a fraud but wanted more proof. He said he still had a lot more he needed to tell me. This important information could be mine if I bought the “Great Guide of Imminent Happiness” he prepared for me. He said my life was going terribly, and I needed to fix it ASAP by buying the guide. Clicking the link for this unique guide led me to an “agreement” page. This page listed three things I was consenting to when I paid him, and they were as follows:
- I understood how important it was to seize this “unique chance he is offering me on a silver platter by Providence” and benefit from the great opportunities for happiness from my positive karma.
- I agree that I’m asking him to perform his Mediumistic Action of Amplified Purification, especially for me so that he could release me from the harmful grip of my Karmic Debt that has been ruining my life for so long.
- I agreed he would create the Great Guide of Imminent Happiness as quickly as possible so I could finally have my happiness.
I was to consent to this agreement and pay him immediately. If I waited too long, it would be too late, and I would be out of luck. I had to confirm my request by paying him $79.99 without wasting another second. I stopped following his links and began ignoring his emails. Not replying to the emails doesn’t mean they stopped coming, though! On the contrary, because I hadn’t paid him, I got emails from him EVERY SINGLE DAY. I knew Magellan wasn’t trying to do anything for me free of charge. Free readings are never actually free.
Third Red Flag– He’s Owned and Run By An Online Digital Marketing Company
Magellan has so much time to contact people daily because he isn’t who he says he is; he isn’t a caring and concerned psychic trying to help out his fellow man for free. Heck, he might not even be an actual person. He could be a computer sending automated responses or an employee for the company that runs him. This company is an online digital marketing company called SYRIUS SARL.
Their headquarters are in Genève, Switzerland, just like Mary and Christian Telepathic Duo and Celeste Angelic Mediums‘ marketing companies are. Celeste’s creator is a company named REPLAY SARL, and Mary and Christian’s is STONAGE SARL. I don’t feel these SARL companies based in Genève, Switzerland, are just coincidental. I believe they are associates and are churning out fake psychics left and right. They’re creating them faster than I can keep up with, that’s for sure!
Fourth Red Flag – The Lack Of Reviews Or Information About Him
The fact that there isn’t anything about Magellan anywhere online tells me a lot. He would have more of an online presence if he were genuine and truly gifted. Many people would talk about their experiences with him, and if he had any gifts, there would be more positive experiences. When someone is as good as they say, they don’t go unnoticed like this. This lack of feedback confirms my suspicion a marketing company recently created Magellan.
He’s new and has yet to have time to make his rounds. This newness would also explain why there aren’t any negative reviews about him. You would think that’s a good thing, but it’s not. You’re bound to upset some people if you’re a real psychic with experience. No news is bad news for psychics who claim they’ve had the gift since childhood. Especially when they claim they’ve been helping people in need for years.
He Is Nothing Like A Genuine Psychic
I don’t believe in or recommend Magellan for many other reasons, but they’re harder to prove. I do know that he has nothing in common with authentic psychic readers. Legitimate psychics like the ones on my reviews page don’t reach out to you and try to scare you into paying them. Real psychics don’t pretend to offer their services for free. They have valuable skills and must eat just like you and me.
They know that if someone needs their services, they will reach out to them- not the other way around. They’re confident in their abilities and know people will reach out to them when they are ready for help. They also don’t pretend to be able to predict the future. They’re gifted with heightened senses, skills, and intuition but cannot see what lies ahead for you with certainty.
They know we all have free will and can change the course of our life when we’re ready for change. They’re there to help you make the best decisions and guide you toward the changes you want. They allow you to see deeper into yourself than you ever thought possible and guide you toward what’s best for you.
Don’t be afraid to reach out to the trusted psychics on the psychic networks in the box below if you’re going through a hard time and need the guidance of a gifted reader. My favorites are Psychic Source and Ask Now, but I’ve also had great experiences with the others. Whatever you do, do not fall for Magellan’s money-grabbing scam! Stay away from these other well-known psychic scams as well.