It’s not necessarily in the stars

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June 22, 2017 20:08

Greer Fay Cashman puts her cards on the table about her fortune-telling experiences.




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An example of a tea-leaf reading showing a dog and a bird on the side of the cup. (photo credit: Wikimedia Commons)

‘Everyone is born with extrasensory perception, but not everyone develops it,” Fiona McCallum, one of the most celebrated of Australian clairvoyants, told me in Sydney many years ago.

McCallum was a genuine clairvoyant in that she didn’t require intermediaries such as cards, crystal balls, coffee grounds or tea leaves to assess a person’s character and what may be troubling that individual. She could also predict the future, which she did with amazing accuracy, and didn’t get offended by skeptics.

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