Going to and believing soothsayers

Question: The second, third, fourth, fifth, and seventh questions of Fatwaa No. 8071

Q2: There is a woman here who performs all the obligatory acts of `Ibaadah (worship) and also the supererogatory acts, such as Qiyam-ul-Layl (optional Prayer at night), Salaat-ul-Duhaa (supererogatory Prayer after sunrise), and fasts for three days of every month. However, she goes to an Arabian woman doctor for treatment of her psychological illnesses. Is it permissible for her to go to that woman? What advice would you give her?

Q3: If this woman, who regularly performs the acts of `Ibaadah, dies in this condition, what effect will this woman going to have on her deeds?

Q4: Many people come to ask a woman called: “The Absent One,” about matters taking place far away from her. For example, a man goes to her in her village and asks whether his pregnant daughter, who lives in another country, has delivered yet. The woman always gives a decisive answer, whether yes or no, and never says “Allaah knows best.” Is it permissible to ask her questions such as this? Please advise us.

Answer – 2, 3, 4: It is Haraam (prohibited) to go to soothsayers and to believe them. Accordingly, it is not permissible to visit this woman, who claims to know the Ghayb (Unseen), because she is a Kaafir (disbeliever)... read more here.

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