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Tahoe Today: The Psychic Point of view

Dayle Schear

Dear Dayle: I saw your article in the online Tahoe (Daily) Tribune postings, and have a question. My boyfriend recently turned 25 and although we’ve been dating for over a year, he told me about something he genuinely believes and fears. He had a tarot card reading some time ago (I don’t know exactly when), and the woman doing the reading told him that the cards were telling her that he would die before he reached the age of 25 or when he was 25. He also does some tarot card reading for himself and others occasionally, and when he asked that question, his own reading confirmed it.

At first I really didn’t think much of this, other than wishing that my boyfriend didn’t believe that it was true, as that has its own power in and of itself. But after talking to him about it a couple of days ago, as his parents are concerned he’s not planning for his future. I got really spooked and began to believe that it may be true. Of course this makes me really sad and upset because I love him and don’t want to lose him so soon!

As I read Sharon’s question I was raging inside with anger. Little did she know how I detest fortunetellers who prey on innocent people.

I mustered up a response: I’m so sorry Sharon; this is one of my pet peeves. I am referring to the psychic gypsies who think they can predict your death … No psychic knows when you will die. Your death is not in the cards. Only God knows.

The Tarot cards are very accurate; in-fact, I taught many moons ago at Lake Tahoe Community College on “How to read the cards for the beginner.”

This is how the cards work: Tarot cards can only predict about six months into the future. You don’t have to be psychic to read the cards. Your emotional state can never predict the cards, for the cards have a mind of their own. Sometimes they will not answer your question and just tell you about other things in your life.

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Yes, the death card alone can mean death, but not your death. It usually means you will hear of a death (providing the card is not reversed). The death card also means shock – good or bad – depending on what other cards surrounds them. The death and the money cards can mean shock about receiving large sums of money. It’s all so vast.

People get scared when the death card falls on them, but it usually means that they will hear of a death very soon. I will bet you anything that simultaneously, as your boyfriend had his cards read, that someone close to him was going to pass on.

P.S. Tell your boyfriend there is no expiration date on his life.

Here is my take on this matter; quoted from my book “The Psychic Within:”

– Beware of psychics who say they will remove a curse from you.

– Beware of psychics who tell you evil spirits are lurking around you or that your are an unlucky person. This ploy is used to get more money from the client.

– Beware of psychics who tell you of your death. This is a scare tactic.

– Beware of psychics who are amateurs and do not know how to read the cards.

Sharon the list goes on, and if your boyfriend wants to call me, I will give him a real reading at no charge.

Thank you. Your question made my juices flow.

Signing off for today, it’s a heavenly day in Tahoe. Enjoy.

– Dayle Schear is an internationally known psychic and television personality who has worked extensively with “Hard Copy.” She is the author of five books, including “The Psychic Within” and “An Angel Over the Airwaves.” Schear writes this column for the Tahoe Daily Tribune for free. Schear says her gift is used to help the people of Tahoe. Her website is http://www.dayleschear.com.

To ask Schear a question for this column, e-mail your specific question and phone number to ESP555555@aol.com.