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Internationally Famous Psychic Jeffrey Wands Thursday on Scott Cluthe's Positively Incorrect!

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Scott spends an hour with internationally popular psychic and author Jeffrey Wands. There is a one year waiting list for personal consultations with Jeffrey, so here’s a rare opportunity to talk to him directly tonight! Scott will discuss his newest book, Knock and the Door Will Open: 6 Keys to mastering the Art of Living, and Jeffrey will take personal calls also. While watching TV at the tender age of 6, Jeffrey’s great grandmother, Mary, appeared in front of him and spoke. What made this incident unusual is that Mary had been dead for over 23 years. This incident was Jeffrey’s first psychic experience and was the beginning of his life work as a psychic. Other psychic experiences followed that were both visual and audio. He not only could communicate with the dead but he could also predict events and information about people. He did not label his ability but he knew it was different. In fact, he repressed his ability in fear that his peers would think him a freak. He wasn’t always successful in hiding his ability. Occasionally, he would blurt out indiscriminate information such as baseball game scores or health information for his friends and family. He never revealed too much information so people wouldn’t get suspicious. However, his predictions were so accurate that people took notice. Then one day while sitting in the school cafeteria at University, jeffrey was approached by a shy girl who heard he was a psychic. She asked him for help with an abusive relationship and was extremely impressed by his foresight. The word then spread throughout the school and beyond. He was now doing readings on and off campus. He tried to resist becoming a “professional psychic” but he realized he had to follow the path set before him. Upon graduation he decided to pursue his life work as a psychic.

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