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As the year Y2010K dawns, fear and ambiguity aren’t limited to wondering what happened at the party last night. But only one man knows for certain what the new decade holds—and his name is Joshua the Psychic. His predictions are certainties, his present is the future, his sight is foresight, and, for unrelated reasons, his sourdough is pumpernickel. For $45, you’ll get access to his intangible abilities for 45 minutes, a $90 value. You can get your reading either over the phone or in person at his Upper West Side abode.
The 45-minute session, or The Regular, is perfect for first-time hearers of the future. It includes an astrological report and analysis, and a post-reading Q&A segment. He will answer un-google-able questions about love, life, and happiness, both past and future. Joshua only relays information he thinks will be helpful, so young John Connors who are afraid of their future should feel comfortable trying this out. Learn more about what happens during a psychic reading on Joshua's FAQ page.
Joshua is quite personable and equally as knowledgeable. A reviewer in Time Out even gave his accuracy five out of six crystal balls. His psychic career began when he was 17 and working with the best at The Original Tremont Tearoom in Boston. Over the past decade or so, he has honed and finely tuned his skills in tarot, astrology, handwriting, and dream analysis. If you are the magnifying glass, his abilities are the finely focused beam of telepathic energy melting ants in the future.
- He is as sweet as a cherry pie (but far more personable), and takes great pleasure and pride in his astrology and knowledge of the cards—which seems to exceed what most people learn in four years of college….He does manage to conjure a few eerie details out of nowhere. Time Out New York
The New York Daily News has also interviewed Joshua. He told the paper a fascinating story of running into a woman whose fortune he'd read. She said:
- ‘You're Joshua the Psychic! You told me that I was going to marry some guy I knew in second grade and I thought you were crazy, but I'm married to him today.’
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