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I am 41 years old and been studying the esoteric sciences for most of my adult life, I am a practitioner of ceremonial magic. My farther introduced me to tarot reading with the Raider Wait deck. Later I studied magic under Alfred Douglas with order of the morning star, and personally use the Sheridan Douglas deck. For me the Tarot can also be viewed as the book of troth which forms a complete magic system with correspondences to the qabalah. The images contain lost wisdom and can act as gate ways as well tools for divination.
What do you like most about giving readings to clients?
I enjoy connecting with people, I think the cards themselves produce the reading not me. I enjoy sharing my in-depth knowledge of the symbolism and astrological correspondences and teaching clients how to apply the insights these can bring to their lives.
How would you say you are typical of your star sign?
In some ways yes I'm a Sagittarius sun sign and I'm jolly expansive, generous and optimistic and as Aquarius moon I'm a magically inclined free thinker.
When do you remember being first aware of your gift?
I have always been different, from about age 4.
What is your most memorable experience with a client?
No one experience stands out, it’s when I can see that by explaining the spread something has clicked for them and shifted in their perspective like a revelation that brings a certainty of which course of action they want to move forward with. I know that helped with an energy shift, for the better.
What other experiences or qualifications do you have that you feel compliment your work as a reader?
Manny years of practice, both giving reading to myself, family friends and clients, working as a ceremonial magician I also use the cards for meditation and feel I have a deep understanding of the multi layered meaning of the symbolism.
What is the most important thing for a person to consider when they decide to have a psychic reading?
To be open minded and use their own intuition to guide them in relation to the reading.
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