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French fortune-teller joins Dot

Sun 6 Apr 2008 In: New Zealand Daily News

Along with cocktails and food, Ponsonby Road's most colourful bar will now offer a unique new service – clairvoyance. Tarot card reader Veronique St. Giles is a Paris-born clairvoyant who will be available to answer questions about your life journey each Tuesday evening from 7pm and Sunday from 4pm. "Sometimes events are written in advance, but never forget that you stay the master of your own destiny," says St. Giles. "You retain the power to change everything, whatever, whenever. Destiny may propose, but only you decide. You have your own free will." Tarot card readings have been used for fortune telling since 16th Century Europe. Dorothy's Sister's owner Peter Taylor says he's thrilled to provide the new 'tea time clairvoyance' service. "There are many options available, from ten-minute readings answering specific questions, to an hour or more, dealing with as many questions as you want."    

Credit: News Staff

First published: Sunday, 6th April 2008 - 1:50pm

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