clairvoyance

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Synonyms for clairvoyance

apparent power to perceive things that are not present to the senses

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He will be missed by many people in the city who were recipients of his guidance through clairvoyancy at times of stress and trauma in their lives.
RELICn Antoinette Morelli with 100-year-old newspaper she found in her Belfast home READ ALL ABOUT IT J How the New York Herald told the story of the Titanic's sinking which happened 100 years ago this month interested in readings and clairvoyancy happiness or sadness.
Bryant's response: "We'll put his clairvoyancy to the test.
You will also find many stands offering therapies and products such as aromatherapy, reflexology, Indian head massage, psychic and crystal healing, clairvoyancy, mediums, photography, medical herbalists, magnetic therapy, books, very unusual gifts and much, much more.
There is a wealth of stands offering therapies and products such as aromatherapy, reflexology, Indian head massge, reiki, NLP, psychic and crystal healing, clairvoyancy, mediums, tarot, aura photography, medical herbalist, magnetic therapy jewellery, books, very unusual gifts and much more.
Carley, who lives in Middlesbrough, says she was born with the spiritual gift but has also been to clairvoyancy classes.
Even the honeymoon was s disaster until Georgie, who had dabbled in clairvoyancy, was inspired to try automatic writing.
Believe it or not, clairvoyancy appears in many aspects of life - from police investigations to the private lives of celebrities as well as ordinary people.
But his addictions end up giving him a clairvoyancy which help him in his hunt for the killer.
This is also, of course, the age at which Victorian theosophy claimed clairvoyancy (believed to be particularly acute in girl children) started to wane.
Topics pagans are interested in include ancient history, divining, alternative medicine, clairvoyancy and life regression.
As a result, one can observe how these recombinations of identity may produce syncretic original religious practices mixing tradition and modernity, clairvoyancy, spiritism and catholiscism as a way of restoring order and continuity.