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Curious Times Welcomes Psychic Medium, Thomas John

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Join us for 2 hours of discussion and readings by Thomas John. Calls will be taken following the fist segment.

 

Thomas John is a psychic medium and clairvoyant, as well as a published author and life coach. At the age of 4, Thomas had his first psychic experience when he described to his parents, in vivid detail, a conversation he had with a man named “Leo”, the name of his late paternal grandfather who died 10 years before he was born. In the conversation, Thomas described things about his grandfather’s life that only his grandfather and parents would have known, and revealed the exact location of his grandfather’s missing wrist watch (his best friend Jack had it!).


Growing up south of Boston in an Italian, Catholic household, his gift for mediumship was not immediately understood or accepted. Sensing the need to discover the world outside of his suburban neighborhood, Thomas attended the University of Chicago, where he received a Bachelor of the Arts in Human Development, with Departmental Honors. In his post graduate years, Thomas pursued several research positions in medical and hospital settings, which included internships at Massachusetts General Hospital and Yale University. As a result of his research efforts, Thomas has produced three peer-reviewed publications in major journals, including a ground-breaking paper on postpartum depression which appeared in the Journal of Affective Disorders. In addition, he pursued a brief career in the performing arts.


Thomas maintains a fulltime, private practice dedicated to psychic mediumship where he helps individuals around the world connect with loved ones on the Other Side.

 

DISCLAIMER: Readings are for entertainment purposes only.

http://mediumthomas.com/

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