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Psychic offers reading as way to predict your life

BY CALLING on his "knowingness" there isn't much Maclean psychic Jack Hunt won't be able to tell you about yourself.

His blessed gift is not used to offer information on what you need materialistically; instead he focuses on telling you what you need to do spiritually.

Yesterday, Mr Hunt offered Clarence Valley residents the chance to gain an insight into their business, home and future affairs at the psychic supper at Vines Grafton. He has been doing readings for more than 30 years and said people were always fascinated to learn about themselves - even if he was asked the same question numerous times.

"People often ask me when they will get married or have babies," he said.

"But I like to focus on the future.

"I like connecting to a person and offer them the information they need."

As a psychic, Mr Hunt relies on many levels to connect with a person when conducting a reading including spirit voices and tools such as tarot cards.

He had always known about his gift. He has recently compiled The Psychic Participant's Handbook that identities spiritual pathways and includes glossaries of psychic abilities and readings.



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