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2A Eastgate, Taunton, TA1 3NB
Annette has been doing Psychic Counselling (Psychotherapy), Clairvoyance, Mediumship and Healing professionally for more than 25 years - in South Africa and now the UK.
During the reading Annette gives the client a short Astrology on who they are as a personality and insight into the coming year using Numerology. She uses Palmistry for relationships - how many there will be, how many of significance and how many there were before the real one. She channels and writes two pages of information which is given to the client, then uses the cards (Aspects of Self Tarot deck) or Runes or Numerology or Past Lives Oracle Deck (usually relevant to your current sitution/life and not necessarily a past life) or her Pendulum as confirmation of what you have already been told claivoyantly.
Annette looks ate emotional, financial, general, medical and relationships issues - readings are done with insight, clarity, compassion and practical advice - they are done to guise and help with decison making, so the client can use this information or now - it is entirely their choice - we were all given free will. Readings are holistic and done in depth.
With regards to Mediumship, not everyone will necessarily appear during the reading - they have sometimes moved on or the questions are no longer relevant.
Although she has had this gift since birth, Annette has more than 20 certificates and diplomas. Please refer to her website for further details.
Face-to-face readings are preferable but telephone and email readings are also offered.
2A EastgateTauntonSomersetTA1 3NBUnited Kingdom
T: 07770 499404 / 07470 533725
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