All posts by: Tracy Fance

I’m sure that you will have heard of Soul Mates and Twin Flames, these terms are bandied around by the spiritual community, psychics and phone readers alike, however I wonder if your knowledge is as full as it should be?...
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For those in the UK the 23rd June is an important date as we look to vote on whether to remain in the EU or to leave it, this will have huge implications for the rest of Europe and the...
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Why So Many Are Returning Home Many of us are asking the same questions right now: ‘what is going on, why are there so many famous people dying?’ These are questions which I have also been asking myself so I...
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Book Review: ‘There is a River: The Story of Edgar Cayce’ by Thomas Sugrue I was recently bought this book as a birthday present & I have to say I thoroughly enjoyed it! Having read a couple of Edgar Cayce...
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Random events happen in an oft-repeated way that tends to startle us in a lot of variations. Systematically, we set forth our daily routine expecting nothing less than to execute a game plan and hope everything falls in their designated...
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Tarot & Layouts For those of you familiar with the Tarot, be it as a reader or as client layouts or spreads will be familiar, to those of you who’ve not had a Tarot or Oracle card reading you may...
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Book Review: Edgar Cayce on Atlantis For those of you who have not heard of Edgar Cayce, here is a brief bio: he was an American psychic of much renown who was born in 1877 & passed away in 1945,...
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Connecting Cords Between You & Clients Recognise these symptoms in you? Lack of energy which just does not seem to respond to any treatments Constantly thinking of someone or they keep popping into your head Feeling drained after speaking to...
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12 Signs of Spirit Trying to Communication with You I always say to my clients that we are all psychic, we truly are we just need the space to let them into our lives. Modern life is crammed, most minutes...
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