During our phone reading in December you told me that my partner and I would totally cut contact Jan/Feb time which I didn’t really want to hear but sure enough at the beginning of Feb he told me he wanted to completely cut contact – you were totally spot on! You also said I’d meet someone else August time so fingers crossed , onwards and upwards now!
Everyone is familiar with their own physical energy levels. You know when you are full of physical energy because you feel as though you can tackle anything. You also know when you are tired and don’t have much stamina. As you grow older, you learn how to pace yourself in order to conserve energy. But wait, there also is another kind of energy: psychic energy. You are using it all the time, but you might not be aware of it. You might not be using it in the best way either. So what is psychic energy and how can you make the most of it?
It is important to remember, though, when seeking advice from a clairvoyant, that they cannot and should not tell you what you should do. This is particularly the case when it comes to relationships. There are many factors involved, including the choices of both you and the other person. What the clairvoyant should do is to give you information about your situation and that of the other person in order to help you to make your own decisions.

I paid this crook £29 and then a further £49 and have nothing from her except a load of rubbish and phony experiments with all sorts of funny chemicals and words all meant to confuse the hell out of me and demanding a further £180. I have received endless emails in response to my requests for refunds and she just ignores them and keeps plugging away at the forecast of a fabulous fortune awaiting me if I GET HER TO DO HER MAGIC CRAP. My argument is this, If I supply goods or services I do NOT get paid beforehand but only when that good or services has been rendered. These people on the net are a bunch of crooks. All I asked this woman for was a horoscope, not a ** seance!

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