Psychic fair invites public to learn about their future

Fernanda Leon, Contributor

It is not uncommon for people to wonder about their future, relationships or marriages, and finding the answers to these and many other daunting questions is another story. However, there are some people out there who claim to have the answers for you.

The El Paso Psychic Fair will invite people to engage with those people, from palm readers and clairvoyants to astrologists and numerologists from all over Texas and New Mexico. The fair will take place from June 13-14, and will be held at the Hawthorn Inn, located at 6789 Boeing Dr. near the airport. The fair will feature 14 psychics, who will provide readings and personal advice for the curious. It will also host various vendors that will offer different products related to the fair.

Fair vendors will have different metaphysical and new-aged products such as incense, crystals, hand-made jewelry, tarot cards and scented oils .

“This fair has been around for about 30 years, run by different people, but the readers have always been from all over the Southwest,” said Gene Martin, El Paso Psychic Fair director.

Readers will offer their services in different categories including numerology reports, Reiki healing and aura photography, among other psychic fields. Clients will be able to ask the readers about the areas of their life that they interested in. These areas can vary from love, money, travel, and business.

“Some people come to the fair to discuss their love life and relationships with the readers. They can talk to the reader and see what path they should change to get where they want to be,” Martin said. “Some come to the fair to talk about business ideas and see what the Tarot cards say about them doing that.”

Robin Gile, palm reader and author of “Complete Idiots Guide to Palmistry,” is one of the readers who will offer his services at the fair.

“The size, shape, texture, color of the hand as well as the lines in the hand are indicators of a person’s character, capabilities and choices,” Gile said.

Gile has worked at the El Paso Psychic Fair since 1986 and said he appreciates the opportunity to connect with old friends and clients as well as to interact and offer guidance to new clients.

“People who come to the fairs in El Paso are open and receptive to using a psychic’s abilities to facilitate their choices and decisions,” Gile said.

The fair will also offer aura photos, which according to the fair’s website portray the forces that are affecting someone at a certain time.

“We offer aura photos–coming from Dallas and (who) operates the only true and professional aura camera,” Martin said. “We also offer many types of new age and metaphysical things, jewelry and crystals. A smorgasbord of metaphysical things, all in one place.”

For Gile, the fair represents an opportunity for people to work with professionals who have deep understanding of the art of prediction.

“These people are also in touch with the local cultural and social mores, which enables them to have more precise insights,” Gile said.

The entry fee for the fair is $5 at the door for both days. For more information, visit the El Paso Psychic Fair website at www.elpasopsychicfair.com.

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