TAROT CARDS REALLY WORK,
SAYS SUCCESSFUL PHONE PSYCHIC
guest contributor. [October 4, 2008]
I worked as a phone psychic for two years. I had better luck than the
actor in your article.
That's because my grandmother
was a professional tarot reader in Eastern Europe before World War II,
and afterwards in Bavaria.
When Enron collapsed, my
husband faced six months of joblessness. I got stressed out and tried tarot
cards to see if they would reveal when he would find re-employment.
I'm a born-again Evangelical
Christian who had been brain-washed into believing that all occult activities
lure demons, and I was afraid to try them.
I had $20 of Christmas money
from my mom, and spent it on the cards. I sat in the car, literally shaking
like a leaf from fear of demons as I opened the cards. I invested several
months reading how to use them, memorize their meanings, etc.
this poster at AllPosters.com.
this is not the article's author.)
I first used them for a friend
whose husband was also unemployed by Enron, and who'd lost $500,000 from
Enron. She was in tears. Her reading revealed that a woman would call with
a job in a colder climate, would offer less money, but treat her husband
better on the job front.
This was on a Friday. I had
a dream to the same effect. The friend's child, William, pointed from a
garage window to a moving van, which the family was loading for a move,
while the husband stood quietly by in a dark, pinstriped interview suit
and tie. William pointed at the same scene three times. Each time I saw
I woke in a sweat, wrote
down the dream, and gave it to my friend on Sunday morning.
She talked incessantly throughout
the reading and disregarded the dreams, so I blew it off. She declared
to me before the reading that she was not a believer in cards either.
Monday morning at 9 a.m.,
she called to say that a woman had called her husband about a job in a
different state -- a colder climate -- and had him fly up on the next available
flight, which was Wednesday.
By Wednesday, she was invited
to fly up with her husband, where he was offered a job for less pay. But
they were so nice, her husband could not refuse the job. He took the job
and they sold their home in an unlikely Houston real estate market in only
three months. The usual home sale time is no less than 18 months!
My friend remains an unbeliever.
I've had much success using
the cards since then.
I was invited to a Bible
Study. Before I went to it, I pulled three cards that indicated "gifts
of gratitude," "success," and that a black-haired man would help me.
I was the second person to
arrive at the home where the Bible Study was held. I was introduced to
an 85-year-old man -- who had obviously dyed his hair jet black!
A chill went down my back!
Latecomers arrived, bringing
"thank you" gifts for the hostess. Everyone gathered to inspect the neon-colored
packages and their contents -- as though a spotlight was directed on the
latecomers and their gifts. Weird.
One of my tarot cards had
"gifts of gratitude." I stopped using the cards for a while. They gave
me the creeps!
I went to work for a psychic
phone line. I took the job seriously. I knew my job, unlike
the actor, and I did it well. I had a 95% success rate with callers,
and what the cards revealed about them, because I'd studied. I may also
have "the gift." Or maybe it's just luck.
I worked for Psychic Power
Network, a reputable company who believed we were psychics. They paid us
on time. But we had to be available (our phones logged in) for thirty hours
a week. The phones, like the actor reported,
didn't get much action. Many psychics were on staff, so competition was
fierce. Clients called and chose their favorite psychic.
I also worked for a metaphysical
center for two years. I saw clients in person, earning $10 per 20 minute
reading. The center kept the other $10.
On the phone line, one person
hung up on me for being "off." At the metaphysical center, one woman's
"energy" came at me like a "wall of bad feelings," and I could not read
her. My reading was way off, and the client was very upset about it.
But she'd made me extremely
nervous before she so much as entered the room. I was told by more experienced
psychics that it was her energy repelling the reading and blocking my abilities.
It wasn't me not being able to read well for her.
I continue to do tarot readings
and psychic parties for others in my general area.
Copyright 2008 by Cynthia.
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