Welcome to Psychic Tarot, where we will share some Interesting insights to the world of psychics, mystics, mediums and lots of other stuff to to with world of the paranormal.
Have you ever felt someone behind you and there was someone ?
Have you ever ever felt a spiritual presence and your convinced that there was something there but there isn’t?
Have you have heard of the term haunted house?
Have you have heard of the term poltergeist?
Have you have heard of the term exorcism?
Is there a spirit world and a way of communication with it consciously or unconsciously?
How do we establish a connection to spirit world, using the sixth sense, or a spiritual connection to perform a reading?
The term psychic is associated to someone who uses “extra- sensory perception” or the “6th sense”.
Another common term is Clairvoyance, also known as “clear vision”, although many feel this is another term for a psychic.
Readers use an array of tools from spirit world, Crystal ball, dowsing, astral travel and tarot.
It has been documented by many historians that Kings used spiritual advisors, especially when in battle or had an enquiry about life in general.
Your be surprised to know the FBI use psychics to help solve crimes, which have proven successful in cold cases involving murder and missing people.
In the 80’s America and Russia signed a nuclear treaty based on astrological alignments given by Nancy Reagan’s psychic and astrologer, she also predicted the attempted assassination of Regan and the death of JFK.
So if you look at the past and present, psychics have been used by monarchs, government and everyday people to find out the what the future holds.
Some legends in the world of psychics
Starting at the 1500’s
1) Michel de Nostredame, also known as Nostradamus.
He was a French physician and reputed seer, who was also known for his book Les Propheties, which is 942 poetic quatrains allegedly predicting future events, with of them being very accurate, he performed readings for Royals all over Europe.
In 1555 he published Les Prophesies, a collection of predictions that were disguised in poems, avoiding religious persecution, he devised a method of four lined verses and a mixture of other languages such as Greek, Italian, Latin, and French. Nostradamus enjoyed a good relationship with the Roman Catholic Church. He didn’t face accusations of heresy because he wasn’t a practitioner of magic.
Nostradamus is still respected for his predictions 2,000 years later, and his book is a best seller to date.
Jumping forwards to the late 1800’s
Another big name in the the world of clairvoyance and the super natural was Edgar Cayce.
2) Edgar Cayce was an American clairvoyant who was a self proclaimed expert on subjects such as healing, reincarnation, wars, Atlantis, and future events while claiming to be in a trance, while he was sleeping. The media gave him the nickname, The Sleeping Prophet.
He would begin by folding his hands over his stomach. In this state of relaxation and meditation, almost like he was in a coffin. He was able to place his mind in contact with all time and space — the universal consciousness, also known as astral travel in today’s world. From there, he could respond to questions as broad as, “What are the secrets of the universe?” and “What is my purpose in life?” to as specific as, “What can I do to help my arthritis?” and “How were the pyramids of Egypt built? His responses to these questions came to be called “psychic readings,” and their insights offer practical advice.
Edgar Cayce was a devoted churchgoer and Sunday school teacher. At a young age, he read the Bible for every day and at the time of his death in 1945, he had accomplished this task. Perhaps the readings said it best, when asked how to become psychic, Cayce’s advice was to become more spiritual and in touch with God.
Edgar Cayce is respected in today’s world of psychics and was also religious like Nostradamus, so a similar connection there.
Across the Pacific in Europe during Cayce’s era was Helena Petrovna Blavatsky the Russian spiritualist and psychic.
3) Blavatsky clearly foresaw – and described in accurate detail the First World War and Second World War. In 1888, 26 years before the first conflict and 51 years prior the second.
She was known to describe past, present, and future events in a story form her article “Karmic Visions” published in the Theosophical magazine “Lucifer” in June 1888. It is not actually known for definite how she came to have a prophetic insight into the coming Wars. She may have had a vision but may also with her highly developed spiritual powers. Also she made it no secret that she worked with Indian Mahatmas of the Himalayan Brotherhood who worked together with her on the article.
Blavatsky left an Impression on the world of psychics as her book was rather accurate. She was a religious woman who prayed to all Gods and Goddesses.
Jumping to the 1900’s we have “Baba Venga” born Vangeliya Pandeva Dimitrova, after her marriage, was a blind Bulgarian mystic, clairvoyant, who spent her life in the Kozhuh mountains in Bulgaria. Her predictions were mainly based on destruction as opposed to the more positive outcomes of the future, here’s some below
- The beginning of the world war 2 and the consequences
- The date on which Tsar Boris 3 died (Bulgarian king from 1918-1943)
- The break-up of Czechoslovakia
- The Cyprus conflict in 1974
- The election of Indira Gandhi and her short-after death
- The break-up of the Soviet Union
- The break-up of Yugoslavia
- The election victory of Boris Eltzin
- The nuclear disaster in Chernobyl (Ukraine)
- The date when Stalin died
- The USA attacks on September 11th, 2001. She’s accurate to say the least.
- Before her death November 11, 1996 in a TV interview, she said “Don’t hate each other, because you are all my children!”.
- She was a religious spiritual being that got many predictions right and was respected by the world of psychics and the esoteric.
In the 1940’s the world of technology advanced, with music and modern culture. Along came Aleister Crowley, I am sure that name rings a bell for many.
4) Aleister Crowley was an English occultist, ceremonial magician, black magic practitioner and writer.
He was the founder of the Thelema religion, referring to himself as a prophet teaching the “Eon of Horus” in the 20th century.
Thelema, has been described by scholars as a religion, and as a “magico-religious doctrine”. It has also been characterised as a form of esotericism and modern paganism, where dark rituals were performed by Crowley. Also a member of the Golden Dawn Masonic fraternity, which he was later expelled for his bad behaviour.
He was the only known practitioner who attempted and completed the Abra Melin spell in the black magic book of Abraham. He resided for a short while in Italy where he created his own occult, performed spells and magic that no other practitioner has attempted in history. He is an author of books on magic and developed his Tarot deck too. His heart was set to be destructive and got kicks out of contradicting other spiritualists and movements.
He was allegedly a satanist and was arrested numerous times by the Italian police and charged with narcotics and sexually abusing animals.
Had Crowley not been so eccentric and extreme in his ways he was one of the best psychics, magician and healer of his era. He had a big following and no one to date has carried on his work. Ironically he died alone in a bedsit in the U.K.
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