I've been a professional psychic for about 25 years. I read cards, I channel information directly from Spirit, I communicate with people who have passed on. These are all ways that I get information from "the other side," the non-physical realm. I can also contact people who are still alive but not present, if they have information they can share.

In this blog I intend to share information about what I do so that people who might need my services can find out about me, and also to help people who are interested in doing similar work.

People often ask me how I got into this line of work, so here's my background in a nutshell:

As a small child, I was able to hold two-way conversations with plants and animals. Growing up, I often knew what other people were thinking and feeling, but I assumed that was normal and thought nothing of it. When I was 38 I met a professional psychic who taught me to read playing cards and urged me to share my gifts by offering psychic readings to the public. In the course of doing readings with the cards, I gradually found out that I could do other things like channel Spirit or communicate with the dead. Somewhere along the line I learned to work with other spirits or energies and do things like clear houses and other spaces. I'll be writing articles about each of these aspects of my work; if you get tired of waiting feel free to ask questions.

Saturday, October 10, 2015

Being psychic and serving on a jury

Being psychic and serving on a jury
In Texas, potential jurors fill out and mail in questionnaires ahead of time, with all their personal information. So when I got to the courtroom on the day I was called as a potential juror in a civil trial, the judge and all the lawyers knew ahead of time that I was a professional psychic. I tend to think of those legal types as being too stodgy to want me on a jury, so I figured I would be eliminated right off the bat. But to my surprise, nobody asked me any questions and I was picked to serve.

A few days later, after the trial was over, the judge came to me in the jury room and said with a smile, “So I guess you knew how that was going to turn out all along, huh?” I was totally shocked, of course, but I said, “No, I knew the plaintiff was an honest man and I knew the defendant was not, but I didn’t have a clue how the other jurors would see things.” Then the judge said to me, “After jury selection was over, I told those lawyers, ‘I can’t believe you’re going to let a professional psychic be on the jury and you didn’t ask him a single question!’ And the defense lawyer said, ‘I was afraid to ask him anything because I didn’t know what he might say.’ But the plaintiff’s lawyer said, ‘I was shooting questions at him in my head and I liked what he was answering.’ “ 

I didn’t even know what to say to that! The defense attorney was afraid to talk to me and the plaintiff’s attorney was communicating with me telepathically, or so he thought, and the judge thought the whole thing was funny! So much for stodgy legal types!

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