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A Psychic Gift

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A Physic Gift

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Looking for a unique gift for a friend or loved one on their special birthday or just because? Why not consider something that no one is likely to have thought of before: the gift of fortune telling! Of course, we don’t mean gifting someone the ability to see into the future (now that would be impressive); we mean giving the gift of a trip to see a psychic or clairvoyant.

Loads of people love having their fortunes told or their tarot cards read, and it’s a really unique gift that you can be sure they’ll remember. Most of the most successful and prominent psychics and clairvoyants perform up and down the country, so have a look at when they’re next touring and you can make a real night of it along with whoever you buy the gift for.

Even if you think clairvoyance and fortune telling is a load of old hooey, going to visit a psychic can be a great giggle and a really fun and memorable night out. It could be a fun girls night out.  Perhaps having someone guess that a person in the audience once had a granny called Jean who’s now passed away might lead you to ask ‘what is psychic about that?’. But whether you take it all with a big dose of salt and tongue firmly in cheek, or whether you truly believe psychic abilities exist and can hold the answer to important questions, it’s a fun gift for someone and certain to be one that they haven’t had before.

If you think your friend or loved one would prefer a more intimate experience with the murky and mysterious world of the occult, you can consider options other than seeing a psychic on tour. Why not arrange for a clairvoyant, tarot card reader or medium to come and visit your friend at home to give a personalised reading? Obviously it’s best to discuss this with your friend or loved one first to make sure they’re comfortable with the idea.

This was a sponsored post and a very timely one at that.  A few weeks ago, my friend had this as her Facebook status! “My managers were contacted by “celebrity psychics” who told them they had a premonition about me and my career! Now they want me to go on their radio show. Hahaha! Stay tuned!”

How about you – have you ever had a psychic experience? Or do you think it’s a load of old flannel? We’d love to know!

6 thoughts on “A Psychic Gift”

    1. Anne - Unique Gifter

      I'm also in the too-rational camp, though I know lots of people do it for a fun night out type activity.

      1. TimelessFinance

        Not only do I feel too rational, but I think it's immoral. Psychics — the vast majority — know they're fleecing people. Worse, it inspires magical thinking. We already have Moms deciding "Oh, vaccines cause autism so I'm not going to vaccinate my child" even though that link has been refuted and the only evidence presented in its favour was by a quack who owned a patent on a competing vaccine delivery mechanism (conflict of interest). Science has put us on the moon, flies jet airplanes every day, connects us on blogs like this by way of the internet. What have psychics and religion produced? Perhaps emotional comfort, but certainly not tangible benefits that could compete with science.
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  1. Justin@TheFrugalPath

    My wife had her fortune told at the Renaissance festival once when we were still dating. Worst fortune teller ever: she told my wife that she'd die before 30. And she'd meet the love of her life at 27.
    My wife lived past 30 and we've been together ever since, 13 years.
    I'd like to do it again, just for laughs. However, every so often I had to listen to my wife complain that we weren't meant for eachother or she's going to die at 29 ect… I don't know if I could do that again.

    1. Anne - Unique Gifter

      Oh dear, that's terrible! Sounds like it was definitely a memorable experience though!

  2. Palmistry or chiromancy is the art of characterization and predicting the future through the study of the hand, also called palm reading, or chirology. The practice is discovered across the world, with various social variants. Those who engage in chiromancy are typically called palmists, palm readers, hand readers, hand experts, or chirologists.

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