Confessions of a clairvoyant
Rose Anne Vicari
Afterword by Youcef Sissaoui "The Confessions of a clairvoyant are incredible but nevertheless very real and representative of what is happening in the medium of clairvoyance, where competition is fierce, blackmail against disgruntled consumers daily, manipulation mental queen. Youcef Sissaoui Convinced that she had gifts, Rose-Anne plunged into the world of clairvoyance by telephone. A lifeline to her precarious situation, she thinks. But instead of the magic of the Tarots, it's disenchantment: meager salary despite the number of hours worked, customers who call for everything and nothing, hoping for miracles. Marked by the ease with which certain seers take advantage of the distress of those who solicit them, she wonders more and more about her profession and the reality of her gifts. Rose-Anne, clairvoyant under the pseudonym of Énora, tells us about her daily life and reveals to us without jargon and with a bang behind the scenes. Rose-Anne Vicari has already published A difficult start to the month (Max Milo Éditions, 2011). Youcef Sissaoui is the president of the Institute of Divinatory Arts (INAD) which fights to legislate on esoteric professions. He co-wrote Le monde de la clairvoyance. Seers and charlatans (INAD, 2008).
176 pages | ISBN: 9782315003914