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Samuel is a figure from The Bible.
When Saul wanted answers from God, God wouldn't respond, so Saul went to a fortune teller for advice instead. Saul asked the fortune teller to let him speak to Samuel, but the fortune teller told Saul that he didn't want to be disturbed. Saul insisted on talking to Samuel though, who was annoyed at being disturbed. He told Saul that he was busy in Heaven helping Jesus plan the New Testament. Saul then asked Samuel what he could do to beat the Philistines and Samuel told Saul that he had screwed up too many times and that Saul and his army would be handed over to the Philistines. Samuel then told Saul that he would see Saul in Heaven tomorrow and that God likes goo posture so Saul shouldn't slouch.