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Psychic fair for Nimbin

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Which is appropriate says one of the organisers, international clairvoyant and Tarot reader Jazmin. ‘This represents new beginnings for self-discipline, willpower, children and ruling one’s own life,’ she says.

‘We are in the process of entering a new age and consciousness based on the astrological sign of Aquarius. It’s a new age of enlightenment and self-governance and freedom where we will become our own spiritual leaders. We are leaving behind the Age of Pisces, which represents belief, and moving into Aquarius which represents knowing. It’s a time for people to get off the fence and find out who they really are.’

Jazmin is well known in Nimbin and has been a psychic/tarot reader since 1968. She has travelled around the world with her skills and in the last decade has become a recognised and consistently needed psychic medium at all major psychic events in Australia.

Readers and clairvoyants of every kind, palm readers, tarot readers, face readers and crystal-ball gazers amongst them, will be travelling from Sydney, Canberra and Brisbane and setting up for the weekend in the Nimbin town hall. For more information and to book stalls contact Jazmin on 0427 822 128.


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