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Questions and Answers

For my loyal clients, I hope you like the updating and changes.

If you're wondering why I no longer have a contact link, I simply got too much spam.  If you still have my e-mail, it still works.

For those of you that are unfamiliar with me, thanks for taking the time to check me out.  Here's my metaphysical resume in a nutshell:

Fortune Telling Work Experience:    
  • Radio Talk Show Host of my own psychic shows
  • Talk show guest - countless appearances
  • Horoscope Columnist for a national magazine
  • Fortune Telling for corporate events                        
  • Metaphysical speaker for corporate events
  • Parties - most any type - both personal & corporate 
  • Fund Raisers
  • Psychic Fairs
  • Private consultations
  • Teacher of metaphysical classes
Metaphysical Arts
                                      Tarot Cards
                                      Playing Cards
                                      Dream Interpretation 
                                      Tea Leaves                                      
                                      Crystal Ball

Other Enchantments:    
                                           Fortune teller costumes
                                           World wide experience

Here are some frequently asked questions and their answers.

I've never known a fortune teller!  How did you become one and how long have you been doing it? 

It's simply something I was born to do.  I have always known and had premonitions since I was a child, so obviously, I've been doing it for decades.  Studying it, learning it, and honing my skills were a given.  I recently discovered that one of my great grandmothers, many centuries ago, was convicted of being a witch and practicing witchcraft at the Salem witch trials, so I guess it's part of my heritage. 

Which deck do you use? 

When I'm doing readings on the phone, I like the mini Rider-Waite deck.  It fits my hands and my workspace.  At parties, I usually use the Hanson-Roberts deck.  I love the art work and it's closest in size to regular playing cards so it's easy for my clients to handle.  I also love the Halloween deck for Halloween parties, as I find the cards hilarious.  However, their size makes them a little harder to use.  For my art projects, I use a variety of different decks and of course, like most readers, I collect decks, as well as other fortune telling items.  For my own readings, I usually use either the Hanson-Roberts or the Gilded Tarot by Ciro Marchetti.  It's gorgeous!  It reminds me of Tarot meets Cirque du Soleil!

Do you do readings in person? 

I only do in person readings at parties now.  I closed my office awhile ago, as people seemed to prefer the convenience of the telephone readings instead.

You do SPELLS?! That is so cool!  How can I get one of those?! 

Sorry to disappoint you, but I took those off the table when I closed my office.  Those are exclusively at my own discretion for loved ones now.

I see that you list "metaphysical speaker" in your resume.  Can you please tell us more about that? 

I dress as a fortune teller and talk about the Tarot.  It's a basic introduction, and it's ALWAYS a crowd pleaser!  Summer meetings are particularly popular when attendance drops off for vacations or when you just want to lighten things up a bit.  So, if you want to try something different for your next meeting, please call me at:
303-660-4678 and I'll give you more details.

We miss you on the radio.  You had a great show!  Do you have any plans to come back anytime soon, or do T.V. or movies?!  

It's nice to know that I'm missed, so I thank you for that.  I would definitely consider radio, television, other internet venues and movies!  If you're in the biz, call me at 303-660-4678, and we'll schedule a meeting!  In the meantime,  I still pop up on the airwaves from time to time.  Halloween and New Year's are probably the most popular time frames for that, but random times occur too, especially during late night.  If I get the chance to notify you here of upcoming appearances, I will, but usually they happen quite spontaneously, without time to let you know.

What are Astro-Dice? 

They are a special set of dice.  There are three in the set and each die has twelve sides.  They contain symbols of the Zodiac, planets, and houses.  You ask them a question and they are then read as a collective interpretation of all three.

What's Ephemeris? 

An ephemeris is a book; an almanac of astronomical tables, dates, and symbols. When you provide your birthdate, you'll get sort of a mini astrological reading. 

You have a LOT of skills!  I've never seen anyone offer so many.  What's the most popular? 


What's your favorite?

Tarot.  You can ask it anything, so it offers the most information.  Also many of the decks are really pretty and people like that.

What's the least popular?  

Probably Astro-Dice and the Ephemeris readings because people aren't familiar with them.  People love the readings when they get them, but because they are unknown, they are sometimes reluctant to try them.  However, if you're looking to try something new or different, I highly recommend them.

What's your least favorite? 

Palmistry.  It just doesn't seem to have that "wow" factor that people are looking for.

How long does a reading last? 

That depends.  Parties usually last anywhere from about 2 - 4 hours.  So, if I'm doing a party, I try to keep the readings under 10 minutes; 5 minutes if I'm lucky!  On the phone, it's up to you.  Most phone sessions go from 30 minutes to 2 hours, but some go longer. 

Why don't you offer everything that you have listed under "metaphysical arts"? 

Quite frankly, they've fallen by the wayside due to lack of interest.  There's an old saying:  "use it or lose it".  As I haven't used many of my talents in a long time, I do admit to being rusty on some, so I no longer offer them.  The ones that are the most popular get the most use, so I'm the most adept at those.

How many people can I have for my party? 

There's no limit.  I've done groups as small as 2 people, up to corporate events with tens of thousands!  Obviously I don't read for all of them when there are that many people, but I do move people through pretty quickly.  I charge in hour increments only and try to fit in as many people as I can.  If I'm reading cards or dice,  I usually allow up to 3 questions per person, but if you have a LOT of people, I can reduce it to 1 or 2 questions per person to keep things moving faster.  If you're having a smaller party, your guests can ask more questions.  I'm pretty flexible.

What if the guests at my party have nothing to ask?  

For those that want a reading but don't have any questions, I give them a very generic forecast for 3 months. 

Is it scary?  I mean do you ever tell people when they're going to die? 

NO!  We will all pass when we're supposed to and not an instant before.  Thankfully, most people don't ask.   I also don't answer gruesome sorts of questions or those regarding health.  I'm not a doctor and I don't diagnose.  Doctors don't do my job and I don't do theirs.  So, if you have health questions, please contact your healthcare provider.