Tarot

Voted one of St. Louis’ Top Ten Psychics by Psychic St. Louis; CBS St. Louis’ #1 Fortune Teller

As seen on: Nickelodeon, MTV, Great Day St. Louis, Show Me St. Louis, Patrick’s People and more.

Numerous radio appearances: KLOU, Y98, The Dave Glover Show, KPNT, KDHX and in print, The St. Louis Business Journal, St. Louis Magazine, the Riverfront Times, and Gazelle STL.

Corporate Clients: Sax Fifth Avenue, Neiman Marcus, Edward Jones, Four Seasons, Lumiere Casino, Isle of Capri Casino, St. Louis Renaissance Faire, Lake St. Louis, St. Louis Public Library, Burger King Restaurants Group, USA Mortgage, and many more…

Call 314.517.0158 or email tarot@nighttimes.com to reserve your event or one-on-one reading now.

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NEW RATES beginning January 1, 2018:

Individuals:  I am $120 an hour for an in-person, sixty-minute reading, or $2 a minute by phone/Skype/email*.

*email questions in advance and I will figure out how long it would take me to answer them.

Parties and events: I am $150 hour with a two-hour minimum to come to your home or event location.

See St. Louis Magazine’s feature on Julia Gordon-Bramer, “What It’s Like To Be a Tarot Card Reader”

What’s the difference between tarot, psychics and straight fortune-telling?
Unlike the psychics and fortune-tellers (some authentic, many not) that you’ve no doubt encountered at carnivals, street fairs, etc, the tarot (pronouced “tair – oh”) reveals one’s past and present, as well as the future—immediately authenticating itself to the questioner.Rooted in the Kabbalah, our tarot decks today reach back to reflect within their design and meaning the myth and practices from as long ago as ancient Greece and Egypt. Contrary to popular belief, the tarot is not religious, and does not conjure spirits, good or evil. In fact, the famous psychologist, Carl G. Jung, used tarot when he established his work with cross-cultural human archetypes. The principle of tarot is that we are all connected and all wiser than we realize; the questioner is merely guided to the answers through the tarot card reader, his or her intuition, and sensitivity.

The tarot cards reflect one’s position back to them, past, present, and the path that he or she is on (the future). If questioners don’t like what the future holds, then they can simply change their path. Readings can be oriented to subjects such as Career, Love, Money, Health, Family, or just a basic “Tell me what’s coming up for me” kind of reading. Yes or No questions, and specific relationship questions, can also be asked.