Peter Answers Virtual Tarot

"Peter Answers Virtual Tarot" - Peter Answers Virtual Tarot (Peter Answers 3.8 - Virtual Tarot - Original idea: Wizard) is a free, entertainment website on which a visitor can ask "Peter" a question. Each question must be followed by a specific petition (meaning: "to ask") that says,: "Peter, please answer the following question" or "Peter, please answer." The "answers" given are programmed from a database that automatically ''gives an answer', and so, none of the answers hold any truth. As an entertainment site, none of the supposed replies should be taken seriously.

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What is Peter Answers Virtual Tarot or Peter Please Answer?

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What is Peter Answers Virtual Tarot (also referred to as Peter Please Answer)? The website "Peter Answers Virtual Tarot" is a simple entertainment site which is free to use. It is an automated online program that offers to "answer any question" through what is called a "petition". An "answer" is then given! People who know "the trick" the site uses will get a "correct" answer, making it seem like Peters Answers is an all-seeing, all-knowing, supernatural entity with fortune-telling abilities. Peteranswers website is a trick website. It is to trick your family or friends into believing that Peter the Online Tarot who knows everything about anything. Do I have to register, sign in, or pay to use Peter Answers website? No. After visiting the site and ones similar to Peter Answers website, I see no area to register or sign in. Peter Answers is a free online computer website that works using a Javascript. However, the website does have advertising that entices users to click and these links may go to sites that offer services for a fee. Do you pay money (how do you pay money) for Peter Answers? You don't. It is a free entertainment website that uses a Javascript program. The site does not ask for money except through on-site advertising. Is there a real person answering the questions on Peter Answers website? No. It is a Javascript program. Does Peter Answers have special knowledge or supernatural powers? No, Peter Answers is a complete fake. The thing is it convinces people that it really is a virtual tarot. However, it is a program that uses a trick that few people know. People who do know the "trick" can then trick their friends. It is what used to be called a "parlor trick". What do you do on the website? The first two things you see when you enter this website are two boxes. One box is for "The Petition" which is where the trick is used, and the other box is where you enter the question you want "answered". In the instructions on the screen, it says the petition is either, "Peter, please answer" or "Peter, please answer the following question." It doesn't matter which one you choose unless the answer to your question is very long (Then pick "Peter, please answer the following question." ) Simple right? Well, that's not all... Instructions (Note: The precise "trick" may vary from one site to another site.) If you type in a period in the petition line first you will see it turns up to be a P. Then, immediately after the P, you continue writing the answer to your question. (Make sure the question has an answer you already know.) When you have finished writing the answer type in a : colon and it will show up as a normal colon by the way. Hit the Enter Key. Then, type in the question (that goes with the answer you gave) and click answer and what you typed on the petiton line will show up on the bottom! However! When typing your "answer" on the petition line after the period, what you are typing will not show. Instead "Peter, please answer the following question." will show. Make sure you don't mess up your typing because they may find out if you are backspacing the petition; you want any friends to believe you've typed the petition and question correctly. Explain the "trick" involved in Peter Answers? All you have to do when you type in the petition, you put a period (a full stop) and then start typing the answer to your question. After that you type in your question and press enter and -- as if by magic, the "real" answer appears (i.e. the same answer you just typed after the period in the petition box). When you type the answer it just types in a petition while your doing the answer so what you're really typing doesn't show up as it should. It just shows a petition. The website instructs that the Question should start with: Peter, please answer the following question or Peter, please answer So you would type Peter, please answer . your answer But the program continues to type this: Peter, please answer the following question (as though you had never typed .your answer) No matter what you write it in the first box after the period, the program will always type Peter please answer the following question You then press Enter on your keyboard. This triggers the program, based on a simple HTML form, to put the cursor automatically in the "Question" box. You then type your question and click the OK button. Many people are fooled by it until they notice flaws in typing. Not understanding how it works has caused many people much frustration for a long time. Then, when they find out that all it is is just a trick and a waste of time, it can be a let down and disappointed. Some feel angry about being fooled! Others react with a laugh, realizing that much like an April Fool's joke they believed even partly, Peter Answers was able to fool them into believing the website really knew all the answers! Note: It is tricky to put the period in, especially if you are looking at the monitor screen; you will see typos and you'll think you've made a typo. You aren't. The program takes over after you type the period. Is Peter Answers a Ghost or a Spirit? No. Absolutely not. Spirits or spitiualism had absolutely nothing to do with this website. Peter Answers is an automated online program. The website gives this information about the software used: "Peter Answers 3.6 - Virtual Tarot Argentinean Software, Based on Liza for DOS". Must I "believe in" or "believe deeply in" Peter Answers for it to work, so I get my answer? No! The only thing you must believe is that Peter Answers and similar websites and programs are designed for entertainment. The author of Peter Answers also states he hopes to help teach people to question their beliefs and superstitions. Is Peter Answers a dangerous website? Is it a Satanic website? No. It is a computer program designed to do two things: to entertain to teach people to question superstitious beliefs It also should help people see that: there are no easy answers no one "knows" all answers "answers" are based on knowledge a person has trust nothing ; question everything. Are there other sites like PeterAnswers? There are other similar websites or downloadable computer programs. One other website is called MrAlmighty (a dot com website). The website my-answers (another dot com site) is also based on "Peter Answer" software, except on this one you enter your first name and the software will then say (paraphrased here): Your name knows all things and can answer all your questions. Another is the downloadable program "Wizard 666". This one is also known as "Wizard archibuscado 666 or Liza". (Note, the "666" is to make this "mind-reading ability" seem based on Satanic powers.) All are based on parlor tricks; all try to make users believe that the program is or contains an "all knowing Spirit" who is answering the questions you ask. But instead, all of these use a character (a period or question mark) with the questioner entering the "answer" before the program responds with "the answer". Please! be cautious before downloading files to your computer! Always check com and exe files with an antivirus program! Better yet, just don't download; you never know when a virus might be attached! Can Peter Answers help me with homework, give me answers to test questions, or give me 'cheats'? The ONLY way Peter Answers website (or similar programs on similar websites) could ever give you answers to homework, test questions, etc. is if YOU, the person asking the question, already knows the answers. Or, if certain algorithms exist from previously asked questions, it might be able to spit out an answer that is close to correct. BUT the questions would have to be very, very simple! Overall, NO, this computer program cannot help you with school work! So, if I use this program, I'm giving my own answer to my own question? Yes. The user/web visitor supplies the answer which the program then makes appear as "the answer" under the guise of "Peter says..." Is the Peter Answers website the same as WikiAnswers or Answers dot com? No, WikiAnswers and Answers dot com have no connection to "Peter Answers". The WikAnswers and Answers website (which you are on now) is a dual site where people can ask all kinds of questions and have other people give thoughtful, knowledgeable, and specific answers to specific questions. Some questions are about opinions, but most are about facts. There are also categories for jokes, puzzles, brain teasers, etc. People who ask questions or answer questions on the WikAnswers and Answers website are called Contributors and they are living people (not programs) who are "on" the site in real time. Both questions and answers are time-stamped, and the Contributor's UserID is shown as well on each question and answer(s). The "Peter Answers" website has no real persons "on" the site, live at the time a question is asked or answer shown. The automated program does not need a real person on the site. How does the Peter Answers automated program really work? Automated computer programs are run with a Javascript (i.e. script). This particular Javascript looks for the period a user types after the formula statement: Peter please answer . your answer here But, Peter Answers works on two levels. The one is using the "trick" (the period) in the "petition" (the top box). The other level is that the program uses an Artificial Intelligence (AI) module that focuses on keywords, and it randomly generates different statements based on those keywords. But, like using search terms (keywords) to search Google, these are not individualized-- they have no specific person in mind when it gives the random answer/reply. Will Peter Answers automated program work if you do not put in the period (use the trick)? If you do not enter the period, the automated program (will seem to) mess up, give a wrong 'answer', or give no 'answer'. But more precisely, it will give a random answer based on keywords found in the typing you entered. The program relies on reading the period you've typed in order for the program to work properly. Even the website's FAQ tells that "the right answer" will not be shown if the trick is not used. So, what's the point of the Peter Answers website or others like it? Although it is often thought of as a scam website, it is simply for entertainment only. You can have fun tricking people who do not (yet) know how the program works. Again, it is NOT a true Tarot, mind-reader, or fortuneteller. In fact, none of those are "real" anyway! The website says it's objective or purpose is to allow people to temporarily believe or hold onto a belief (in something untrue) in order to show them it is, in fact, untrue! I don't understand that purpose--why is it important? In most myths and beliefs there is a rational explanation, a true reason that explains our irrational or wrongful beliefs. For example, many people have come to believe the admonition: "Do not walk under open ladders (or you'll have bad luck)." The "bad luck" (as most "luck") has come to be viewed as some unseen, often sinister or evil, entity, power, or spirit that causes something of "bad luck" to happen to you! But, there is a rational explanation behind this admonition! In decades past, ladders were always made of wood. They were not too steady. And all ladders (even today) present some clear risks, such as falling. Also, people walking along do not normally look up while walking...so they are even more at risk if something falls from above. A hammer or tool, or a paint bucket, or roofing slate that falls would likely hit a pedestrian on the top of the head, causing a bump, concussion, brain injury, or even death. (Note: old roofs mainly used hard slate, not shingles. A single roofing slate was hard, had sharp edges, and could cause great injuries if someone was hit in the face or head from a fall of 10-feet or more. Therefore, the admoniton "Don't walk under ladders" started as a clear warning: Things carried to the top of a ladder can fall; tools can fall; debris from replacing a roof can fall; etc. But through time, people reduced all these bad possible risks to the simple statement: "Or you'll have bad luck!" Yet, people believe the "bad luck" part so much, it has become so ingrained, that even after hearing the rational explanation of why walking under an open ladder can be dangerous, people still can believe that some supernatural force will cause "bad luck" -- then, later, or in the future! Quite silly, given the rational explanation, but still people believe in superstitions! Even the Peter Answers website challenges readers/visitors to think twice before believing in supernatural superstitions! And that, my dear, is the point of the peter Answers website! Lessons you can learn from the Peter Answers website: Don't believe everything anyone tells you. Realize that no one knows everything; no one has all the answers. Challenge what you "believe" to be "true"! Challenge your superstitious beliefs. Think about what small bit of truth might be in the superstition (as in the dangers of ladders). Don't be afraid to discard superstitious beliefs when facts or new knowledge tells you the superstition is wrong. Be willing to laugh when something or someone shows you that your old, useless beliefs are wrong. Enjoy being "fooled" once in a while and enjoy fooling others occasionally. But, learn from times you've felt "fooled"; become a little wiser and more willing to use critical thinking. Evaluate everything before accepting it as "truth".
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Is Peter Answers better than Google?

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Located at http://www.peteranswers.com/, peter answers is a prank website that you type in the answer and the question. It isn't a search engine, just a website used to freak out your friends.
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What animal symbolizes the temperance card?

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The answer depends upon which tradition or system you want to rely upon. In the traditional modern Tarot deck, the Temperance card has no animal upon it. The card is meant to portray the ideal of "temperance," one of the four virtues important to the Greeks. The Temperance card shows an angelic human-like figure pouring water between two goblets; symbolizing balance, even-handedness, and self-restraint, on a spiritual level. (The next card, the Devil, shows these same traits on a physical level.) In Christian tradition, the animal which symbolizes an even temperament is the elephant. The elephant is also identified with with wisdom (Hindu), and patience (Buddhist). Christianity also notes that elephants trammel snakes beneath their feet, and so some Christians take the elephant to be a symbol of Christ putting his foot upon the serpent, Satan.
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What are the instructions and trick to use for Peter Answers Virtual Tarot website or Peter Please Answer?

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The site PeterAnswers.com is a simple browser game. It is only a computer program designed to take the common belief in "fortunetelling" and prove that there is no such thing as a person or computer program that knows more than the user-YOU. The computer program is based on a simple JavaScript and an HTML interactive FORM. PeterAnswers is for entertainment purposes only. It is not designed to be a real fortune telling experience nor does it really answer the questions submitted. Instead, it takes the questions users ask and answers in one of two ways. The first way is that the user submits the 'answer' using the secret trick known to many-but not all--visitors. The second way can answer is when the user does not know the secret trick, the program will take keywords found within the question and spit out a rather meaningless answer. Therefore, the only questions the program can answer correctly are questions that the user/web visitor already knows the answer to before submitting the question with the answer. Tip: don't do your homework with Peteranswers! What is the secret trick To work the site, you must enter "Peter please answer this question" in the upper box with a comma then the answer to your own question. [Note: Different websites use the same program. Some require a period; others use a comma.) As you type the answer portion, the Javascript completes typing "Please answer the following question" In other words, it masks "the answer" part that you type, and instead only shows the "formula" words "Peter please answer the following question" In the second box, you enter your question in the form of a question. A Terms of Use instruction will appear in the next screen which you must agree to, then after submitting your question, it will say Peter is "thinking". When finished, "Peter" will give an answer. Which answer will you get? If you ask a question for which you know the answer AND you know the secret trick AND you have entered the trick correctly in the Petition box, the "answer" will simply deliver the answer you typed in that the program masked in the first box. Part of the "trick" with the secret trick is knowing how to properly enter it. The easiest way to do the secret trick successfully is to NOT watch the screen, but instead look at your keyboard as you type. Let's say your name is Sally. Type into the Petition Box this: Peter please answer.Sally (It will mask the period Sally, and it will finish typing the Petition.) Submit. It should "respond" with Sally as the magic "fortunetelling answer". Try a question that you do not know. For example, let's say you would like to know "What is the name for the area where oxygen is exchanged with carbon dioxide in the lungs?" But you don't know the correct answer. So you follow the standard directions, without using the secret trick (because you do not know the correct answer). Now, all the program can do is return a meaningless answer. Maybe it will say this, "You must trust Peter with your whole heart before Peter will reveal this truth." Obviously, that is no "answer". However, let's say you do know the answer. You type Peter please answer .aveloi (and your typing becomes masked, 'invisible', while the program finishes the typing with "Peter please answer the following question" If you entered the period correctly, it should reply with aveoli. An alternate way to use the secret trick on *some* similar sites First, you must type in the petition "." (Period) then follow by your answer Second, after your answer press space bar until your desire then question mark Enjoy tricking your friend with answer then question with their unbelievable answer To trick your family or friends 1. Visit peteranswers.com where there are two text boxes: "Insert Petition" and "Insert Question." 2. Ask your audience for a question. If it's a question you know the answer to, proceed to the next step. If it's a question you don't know the answer to, you can ask your audience for the answer, telling them that if they say the question and answer out loud, Peter will hear them with his psychic powers. If you don't know the answer, you won't be able to follow the next step, and Peter will answer with a very generic statement like "You shall not doubt of me at all, keep trusting on me and soon I'll answer." In other words, the trick won't work! Note: If PeterAnswers truly had psychic powers, he would not need to "hear" your audience say the answer. Further, this computer program cannot "hear" anything, no matter how loudly you speak! 3. Enter text into the petition box. The directions tell you to type in either "Peter, please answer the following question:" or "Peter, please answer:" in the petition box. What your audience doesn't know is that you're telling Peter the answer... · Note the colon ":" at the end of each of these queries. This is essential because without it, you will not be able to proceed to the question box. Once you type the phrase and enter the colon, your cursor will automatically move to the question box. · Instead of typing "Peter, please answer the following question:" or "Peter, please answer:" start off your petition with a period followed by the answer you're looking for. For example, if you intend to ask "Why is Wiki the best how-to manual ever?" then in the petition box you would type: · o Because it's a group effort o As you type the answer you're looking for, that's not what you will see showing up in the text box. You will see the standard petition being typed, even though you're typing something completely different. Your audience, however, will have their eyes on the screen and will never suspect that you're giving Peter the answer. o Your answer should be shorter than one of the standard petitions. When you finish typing the answer, the standard petition will still need to be finished on the screen. So, after you type the answer, end it with a period. The period will show up as another character of the petition. After the period, however, anything you type will show up on the screen as you type it. Finish whatever is left of the query and send it off with a colon. 4.Type in the question. Be sure to end it with a question mark "?". As soon as you enter the question mark, a box will appear with warnings about Privacy. For Peter to answer the question, you'll need to click the "I Accept" button. 5. Watch as Peter thinks for a second and then displays the answer that you typed. If your audience doesn't know that you typed in the answer, they will be flabbergasted. You can probably keep them amazed for quite a while as long as they don't start paying close attention to what your fingers are actually typing. Ex: type in Peter.Eclipes : Q. what book am i reading? Answer "Eclipse" There are many websites built on the same computer program that PeterAnswers uses You have to reverse your words carefully to trick the computer program. Guess what, Peter answers is a big trick! Here is what you do: · On the part where you are supposed to type peter please answer, instead type period, you will notice that instead of . it will have a p. · Next, just type the answer to the question, it should show up as Peter please answer the following question you finish typing the answer before the sentence Peter please answer the following question then hold down space bar the rest of the way) · Now press enter · Type your question and press enter Now you can type in the question below, and type ask. Ta-da! the answer you typed in the petition will now appear.
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Is the Peter Answers Virtual Tarot interactive game website haunted?

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its not possible for a website to be haunted! I explained this for the question 'is it possible for a website to be haunted?'
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What is the cheat for peter answers?

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In the petition box put a dot then type the answer you want to come up ! It should be typing peter please answer the followin question while you are writing the answer ! Then ask the question and it will come up whatever you typed up first !
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What was Peter's question to Ananias?

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Acts 5:3-4 (King James Version) 3 But Peter said, Ananias, why hath Satan filled thine heart to lie to the Holy Ghost, and to keep back part of the price of the land? 4 Whiles it remained, was it not thine own? and after it was sold, was it not in thine own power? why hast thou conceived this thing in thine heart? thou hast not lied unto men, but unto God.
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How is the website peter answers real and fake?

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the web site gets it's info for the creator of the web site
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What is peter answers secret?

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First of all you need to write on the petition . (full stop) and you have to write your answer after that. On The question write your question so it matches the answer. EXAMPLE: Petition : .your favourite colour is blue. (And then keep on clicking space bar till you have finished writing Question: what is my favourite food NOW YOU HAVE FINISHED... HOPE YOU HAVE A GREAT
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How do you create id in peter answers?

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my name is fahad i am going to school iwill pass in 7
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Is the Peter Answers Virtual Tarot website always right or not?

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The website "Peter Answers Virtual Tarot website" is a site strictly for Amusement. It is automated--- NONE of the answers given ever specifically relate to the question being asked. It would be like if I ask someone like a comic this question:-- Why does the earth rotate And the response might be: -- The color of her hair is brown. Again, the entire purpose of "Peter Answers Virtual Tarot website" is Humor and Amusement. You will always get a nonsense answer unrelated to the question typed.
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Where can you download peter answers from?

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You don't download it. It's a website. This is the link http://www.peteranswers.com
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Are there any other sites like peter answers?

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there is one i have heard of called ask jud at askjud.com.
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What are questions that are intended for the Peter Answers Virtual Tarot website that require being a mind reader?

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Because she likes the attention. The Answers community requested more information for this question. Please edit your question to include more context. anong kulay ng damit ko my name adnan
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What is virtual tarot peter answers pls?

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peter answers is fake because............. when you write the question it says the wrong answer but before it used to work so theirs your answer thank you.
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How Does AskPeter know everything?

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Because its a trick. Someone else will type in the Peter please answer the following question and wat there really doing is typing in the answer to the question but they first have to put a , and then type in the answer.next they just push the space button to look like there typing in the rest of the petition then they just put in the question and enter.
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How can you get on Peter Answers Virtual Tarot interactive game website?

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to get onto peters answers just type in petersanswers.com
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Is peter answers real or a trick?

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well the person who types it often gives peter the anwnser for example your question will i die tomorrow? person types peter anwenser you will did a terrible death tommorow the trick is the search box for the question only lets you see peter please anwenser