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Chat It's Fate July 2019

Published by TI Media Limited Chat it’s fate is the leading psychic magazine everyone trusts. No other publication has the content and variety of our paranormal true life stories, which make readers gasp in awe but, believe us, every word is true. Our 13 columnists are Britain’s foremost psychics and they solve problems on anything from love, past lives, to dreams and spirit guides. They have helped thousands and guide readers on their psychic path. Other features are positively mind-expanding as they explore every singe possible spiritual dimension. We are the perfect medium for the lovers of the paranormal.

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1 min.

I’ve loved festivals since I was a teenager. There’s something life-affirming and, yes, spiritual about letting your hair down in the great outdoors and listening to some great live music. I used to be a regular at Glastonbury, but now I’m in my 40s with two kids, I must admit that’s just a bit too busy and crazy for me! I adore the smaller alternative festivals, and I do love a theme – garlic festival, anyone? Check out our festival special on p54 – there really is a summer festival for everyone! I’m also fascinated by this month’s feature on numerology p52. I’m a Number One, which means I’m a natural leader, apparently. Hmmm – somebody better tell my kids! Have a fantastic July full of spirituality and fun!…

1 min.
angelic assistance

I recently bought some angel cards – Angels of Light, written and illustrated by Ambika Wauters – and although I was a bit sceptical at first, I’m amazed by how accurate they are. I pull a card every day and they’re usually spot-on. The other day, I got the Angel of Action – just as I was heading off to Portugal for a fitness retreat. And boy, was it active! But I knew the angels had my back and I had a great time! This is a photo of Cadeby Tunnel in Yorkshire, which is said to be haunted by the ghost of a gypsy girl called The Mexborough Ragger. As her name suggests, she sold rags, and one day on her way to market, she took a shortcut through the Cadeby…

6 min.
forever in our hearts

Laura Leyland, 33, from Ballygowan, Northern Ireland Grappling with a self-assembly cot bed, my hubby Stephen furrowed his brow in concentration. ‘Need a hand, Darling?’ I asked. ‘No, I can do it,’ he muttered. He wasn’t the best at DIY, but I could tell he was determined to plough on, even if it took him the whole day. Stephen loved our three-storey old town house - he adored houses with history and character, and spent ages painting the nursery a gorgeous sunny yellow. My hubby was born to be a daddy. He had the terrible jokes, the cringy dance moves, and he absolutely doted on our three kids! He called Harry, our eldest, his mini-me. When Harry was born in 2015, weighing 10lbs, the resemblance to his daddy was uncanny, a carbon copy. Stephen was a…

3 min.
taken too soon

Numb with grief, I started planning Stephen’s funeral, determined he’d be buried in his favourite three-piece suit. Only, I couldn’t find his dress shoes anywhere. In the end, I had to give the undertakers a pair of his ancient blue pumps. ‘At least it would have made him chuckle’, I thought ruefully, knowing my hubby would have found it funny. And he’d have screamed with laughter at the song I choose to accompany his coffin into church. One of his favourite Green Day tracks. ‘It’s something unpredictable, but in the end it’s right, I hope you had the time of your life.’ It was only afterwards that I discovered the song title is ‘Good Riddance.’ I was mortified! It felt like Stephen was playing one of his dad jokes on me, from up above. Psychic reading With…

2 min.
spotting the signs

Is there a robin in your garden that seems to be trying to attract your attention – or you’re spotting rainbows or finding feathers all over the place? If you’re regularly seeing the same imagery or patterns, it could be that these are signs from spirit. Maybe a loved one is trying to make contact, or the Universe has an important message for you. Read on to find out what these spirit messengers may be… Feathers It’s often said that feathers are sent by angels, either to offer comfort and reassurance, or to encourage you that you’re on the right track. The colours of the feathers also have significance. White feathers are a sign that your loved ones in Heaven are well and are watching over you. Pink feathers are a reminder…

4 min.
outer source

BEST FOOT FORWARD Yeti footprints have been spotted in the Himalayas by none other than the Indian army. The official Indian army account Tweeted the following on 29 April: ‘For the first time, an #IndianArmy Mountaineering Expedition Team has sited Mysterious Footprints of mythical beast ‘Yeti’ measuring 32x15 inches close to Makalu Base Camp on 09 April 2019. This elusive snowman has only been sighted at Makalu-Barun National Park in the past.’ With no indication that they’re joking, this Tweet from the Indian army has spawned an avalanche of Yeti jokes – and perhaps even bolstered the hopes of those who believe in the elusive beast, a huge hairy man-like creature which haunts the Himalayas. It’s also known as the Abominable Snowman, after a 1921 British expedition to Mount Everest during which the…