The Fortune Teller Readings

One or two ares of life, or questions.

Full reading, covers all areas.

Full reading, includes palmistry.

The Tarot & Gypsy Cards

The Tarot is a pack of cards (most commonly numbering 78), used from the mid-15th century in various parts of Europe to play group card games. From the late 18th century until the present time the tarot has also found use by mystics and fortune tellers for divination purposes and as a map for their psychic and spiritual pathways.
In English-speaking countries, tarot cards are used primarily for divinatory purposes. The tarot has four suits. Each of these suits has pip (minor arcane) cards numbering from ace to ten and four court cards for a total of 14 cards. In addition, the tarot is distinguished by a separate 22-card trump (major arcane) suit. The cards are traced by some occult writers to ancient Egypt and the Kabala.

Cartomancy is fortune-telling or divination by using a deck of ordinary playing cards. Forms of cartomancy appeared soon after playing cards were first introduced into Europe in the 14th century. Intuitive readings by using a standard playing cards was the most popular form of "fortune telling" by cards in the 18th, 19th and 20th centuries. In English-speaking countries a standard deck playing cards, 52-card, and four suit set can be used for fortune telling readings. The primary deck of 52 playing cards in use today includes 13 ranks of each of the four French suits, clubs (♣), diamonds (♦), hearts (♥) and spades (♠), with reversible “court" or face cards. Each suit includes an ace, depicting a single symbol of its suit; a king, queen, and jack, each depicted with a symbol of their suit; and ranks two through ten, with each card depicting that number of symbols (pips) of its suit. As well as these 52 cards, commercial decks often include two jokers.

Astrology Chart by Paris Debono


Astrology is the belief that relationships between dates, the positions of celestial bodies, and other cosmic or metaphysical phenomena have an influence on individuals, human affairs and the natural world. There are several traditions of astrology including Western Astrology, Hindu Astrology and Chinese Astrology.
Western Astrology is founded on the movements and relative positions of celestial bodies such as the Sun, Moon, and planets, which are analyzed by their aspects (angles) relative to one another. These are usually considered by their placement in houses (spatial divisions of the sky), and their movement through signs of the zodiac (spatial divisions of the ecliptic). Western Astrology is largely based on the horoscope, for an exact moment, such as a person's birth, in which various cosmic bodies are said to have an influence.

Astrology’s origins trace to the third millennium BCE. Ancient civilizations developed it as a calendar system to predict seasonal shifts and to interpret celestial cycles as signs of divine communications. Historically it was a scholarly tradition, sustained in courts, cultural centers and universities, and was closely related to the studies of astronomy, alchemy, meteorology, and medicine. Historically, the word star has had a loose definition, by which it can refer to planets or any luminous celestial object. The 20th century brought renewed attention, partly through the popularizing effect of newspaper horoscopes and New Age philosophies. A horoscope is a chart or diagram representing the positions of the Sun, Moon, planets, the astrological aspects, and sensitive angles at the time of an event, such as the moment of a person's birth. The word horoscope is derived from Greek words meaning "a look at the hours". The horoscope serves as a stylized map of the heavens over a specific location at a particular moment in time.

Astrology Chart by Paris Debono


Palmistry is the art of characterisation and foretelling the future through the study of the palm. It has been used in the ancient cultures of India, Tibet, China, Persia, and Egypt and various other countries in Europe. Studies show that most ancient communities like the Sumerians, Tibetans, Hebrews, Babylonians, Egyptians and Persians were greatly interested in the study and practice of palmistry. The basic framework for "Classical" palmistry is rooted in Greek mythology. Each area of the palm and fingers is related to a god or goddess, and the features of that area indicate the nature of the corresponding aspect of the subject. For example, the ring finger is associated with the Greek god Apollo; characteristics of the ring finger are tied to the subject's dealings with art, music, aesthetics, fame, wealth, and harmony.

Palmistry also known as Chiromancy which consists of the practice of evaluating a person's character or future by reading the palm of that person's hand. Various "lines" ("heart line", "life line", etc.) and "mounts", purportedly suggest interpretations by their relative sizes, qualities, and intersections, characteristics of the fingers, fingernails, fingerprints and skin patterns, skin texture and color, shape of the palm, and flexibility of the hand. A palm reading begins with the obvious and proceeds with many intuitive and intricate steps of judgment and interpretation to examine the many details of the palm. Advice and guidance can be made from a palmistry reading that will provide you with answers to questions you have regarding your life, love, career and personal direction.



The 20 minute readings are good for focusing on two or three main areas into your future.
The 40 minute reading covers pretty much all of your questions into the future.
The 1 hour reading is a full reading plus Palmistry.

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