Nikolai sent me this: "From Sunday's Philadelphia Inquirer:
The prophet motive - School claims 40 classes produce certified soothsayers. (Tia Goldenberg, Associated Press)
For just 200 shekels, about $53, and in only 40 short classes, the Cain and Abel School for Prophets says it will certify anyone as a modern-day Jewish soothsayer. The school, which launched classes last month, has baffled critics, many of whom have dismissed it as a blasphemy or a fraud.....
.....students learn about the meaning of dreams, the classification of angels, the mysteries of the holy spirit. They learn how to discern a person's inner feelings from behavior and appearance."