When I went shopping in Newcastle the other day, I was delighted to find a gypsy caravan in the middle of the city.
Naturally, I had to do some ‘research.’
The sign outside the caravan says ‘Readings £3′ and the first thing I was asked after being waved into the caravan by a dark-haired lady with a cigarette in her hand was, “Do you want a five or ten pound reading?”
Luckily for me, I had already decided on a budget of a fiver, so I said, “Five, please” and handed her the note.
The reading lasted somewhere between 80 and 90 seconds. She spoke so fast I could barely make out what she was saying.
She held my left hand while doing her reading but never even glanced at my palm. She didn’t really look at me either but stared straight ahead with a glazed over look in her eyes.
I came away feeling slightly bemused but not disappointed. The sign did promise that I wouldn’t be. I suppose disappointment can only occur when there are any expectations present. In my case, the only expectation was of a cultural experience… of something different.
It felt like what she said had very little to do with me, and it wasn’t so much the words she used as the detached delivery.
Either way, I came away happy to be working under a new paradigm of person-centred fortune telling but I also wondered if the gypsy way of working wasn’t more like the oracles of old. I reckon they probably didn’t bother much with personal niceties either.
Love & Blessings,
PS. Tomorrow, I’ll be back with the final post about Archangel Raphael.
- Archangel and Tarot Correspondences (tarotize.com)
- Tarotized Quote of the Day (tarotizedquotes.com)
- Archangel Gabriel and Crystal Healing (seerpathways.com)