I was curious if a precedent has been set for how the Rabbis would handle an individual who presents as having supernatural abilities which are forbidden in Torah.
Let no one be found among you who consigns his son or daughter to the fire, or who is an augur, a soothsayer, a diviner, a sorcerer,one who casts spells, or one who consults ghosts or familiar spirits, or one who inquires of the dead. (Deut 18:11)
Hypothetically: The Jew in question has no attachments to idolatry rituals and doesn't worship foreign gods. They simply are a Jew who has certain abilities.
Precognition (predicting the future)
Reading people (Knowing things about people by look or interaction)
The ability to heal people
How exactly would a Rabbi handle the situation? If the individual is observant and loves Hashem and isn't actively seeking to use their abilities to hurt others, would it be overlooked or would there still be a problem?