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Clairvoyance, Mediumship and Other Sixth Senses

The word “psychic” conjures images of a woman in flowing purple garb, hovering her hands over a crystal ball and muttering in a fake Jamaican accent. In the genuine psychic community, such a person – minus the accent – has a title. They’re called a “Tool Reader.”

According to Reality Undefined, a metaphysical studies website, there are more than ten talents that distinguish some psychic readers from others. Some of these include: clairvoyance, clairaudience, clairsentience, precognitions and telepathy.

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