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Chat It's Fate May 2020

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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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13 Issues

in this issue

1 min.

I’ve always been fascinated with the Old Ways – how Britain used to be before even the Romans came along. I love reading about pagan festivals and traditions that have somehow managed to survive into this day and age, so integrated into our culture that we don’t even know they’re there! May Day, or Beltane, is one such tradition – read all about it on p48. You could even try a few pagan rituals for yourself. And talking of the Old Ways, it’s been suggested that before patriarchal religions like Christianity came along, women played a much larger role in religion, both as worshippers and the worshipped! Angel expert Claire Stone is the author of a new book called Female Archangels, and she reckons that the world is about to experience…

1 min.
heroine of the month

The 17th century Mexican nun Sor Juana Ines was such a brilliant writer that the Catholic Church concluded that she must be a witch. As a woman, she wasn’t allowed to go to university, so she educated herself, studied medicine so she could cure the sick, and wrote poems dedicated to great women of history. Catching wind of this, The Spanish Inquisition made her sign a confession in her own blood repenting of her ‘scandalous’ ways, and burnt her writings. But they were rediscovered in the 1950s, and Sor Juana is now an icon of Mexican feminism.…

5 min.
the stench of death

Simon Ludgate, 62, from London My friend Sarah’s face was lit up from the underside by her torch so she looked like a character from The Blair Witch Project. We were tiptoeing through her 16th century alms house, The Rectory, in Kent, with all the lights off, on the lookout for ghosts. A phantom arm had risen fromthefloor ‘Did you hear that noise?’ she whispered, her eyes wide and scared. I certainly had heard it. The place was alive with spirits. ‘I can hear breathing behind me,’ I shivered, glancing quickly over my shoulder. ‘Oh, no,’ Sarah moaned. ‘I’m so frightened.’ I smiled at her reassuringly and told her everything was going to be alright. But I wasn’t sure it would be. I can never be sure. Although I’ve performed hundreds of exorcisms and have a number of…

2 min.
back to black

Reaching for my Tibetan singing bowl – a good tool for warding off evil spirits – I hit it, so that it would cleanse the room with its pure sound. ‘Begone, demon,’ I ordered, commanding the evil entity to leave the place. I could feel it trying to get into my mind. It took all my energy just to fight it off. Myeyes had changed colour That’s when it struck me: this demon was responsible for the young boy’s death. The wild-eyed man had killed his own son! Waves of horror rushed over me at the realisation. I was in a semi-trance, eyes closed. Beads of sweat were breaking out all over my face. I quickly blessed Sarah to keep her protected. She was quivering with fear. But it was too late: the demon had attached itself to…

3 min.
deadly evil

From The Exorcist to Poltergeist, exorcisms that go wrong are a common trope in horror films. And unfortunately, they can go wrong in real life too. Sometimes, fatally so. Annaliese Michel The most famous ‘exorcism gone wrong’ is that of Annaliese Michel, a young German woman who had been depressed since her teens. By her twenties, she was hearing voices and claimed to be intolerant of various religious objects. She and her family became obsessed with the idea that she was demonically possessed, and appealed to the Catholic church for an exorcism. Initially reluctant, the church eventually sent two priests to exorcise Annaliese, who believed she’d been possessed by several demons and damned souls, including Judas Iscariot, Lucifer, Hitler and Nero. The rites were performed weekly for almost a year, during which…

6 min.
from the heart

WHAT’S IN YOUR spooky snaps? Strange energy Dear Sally Recently, two family members passed on the same day. On Sunday, I felt that I needed to walk in the local park. I took some photos – and I was amazed when I got home and looked at them. Pauline Curwen, Ashington, Northumberland Dear Pauline I feel the energy of a teenager when I look at this photograph – it’s the spirit of a teenage girl who walks this particular area, especially around a large pond or open water. I also feel that there have been many photos taken in this particular area, and people will have captured similar pictures to this. The spirit is fascinated by cameras and phones and will stand right in front of the lens; she wants to be noticed and is missing…