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Chat It's Fate Summer 2020

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.
editor

The coronavirus crisis was still in full swing at the time of writing this, and we at Chat it’s fate are so grateful to the NHS and all the key workers doing so much to keep our nation safe. But although times are tough right now, there’s always hope – and we’ve got the most inspirational lead story this month. Now 13, Cian had only been able to dream of walking – but his dream came true! Find out more on p4. If, like half the nation, you’ve got into cookery while on lockdown, then why not try some of our suggestions for cooking with spices on p48? And check out our spiritual summer star special (try and say that sentence quickly!) on p37. Lucy Lam has looked into each star…

5 min.
dare to dream

Lynda McIntyre, 40, from Derry, Northern Ireland Most expectant mums worry, it’s only natural. But during my pregnancy with Cian I just couldn’t shake an intense sense of dread. All my scans were normal. I was overjoyed when I found out I was having a boy – dreamed of kicking balls in the park. But something just didn’t feel quite right. Even when I was finally holding him in my arms, counting his tiny fingers and marveling at his brilliant hazel eyes, something still nagged at the back of my mind. By the time he was two-and-a-half, we’d started at a mum-and-toddler group and the other mummies nicknamed him ‘the wee drunk man’ because his walking was so wobbly. I took him for MRI scans and neurological tests. But even in my worst nightmare, I could never…

2 min.
stepping out

In summer 2019, I was getting bored of my kitchen cupboards. I found a local interior designer on Facebook called Mags Green, and over the next few weeks she redesigned my kitchen, painting it navy blue, pink and grey. We became friendly, and over a cup of tea one afternoon she asked about Cian’s health condition. People cometoyou forareason ‘It’s progressive,’ I explained. ‘It’s only going to get worse. But he’s never stopped dreaming of being able to walk again.’ ‘You know, I think I know someone who could help,’ Mags replied brightly. I nearly choked on my cuppa! ‘Really?’ I spluttered, and Mags nodded. I’m a firm believer that people are brought into your life for a reason, but this was almost too good to be true. Mags knew of a place called the No…

1 min.
did you know?

Frankenstein– the tale of a monster brought to life by a mad scientist – is one of the most famous Gothic novels in the world, but did you know it was inspired by a dream? Mary Shelley was visiting her friend Lord Byron in Switzerland when they were snowed in. Lord Byron suggested they all write a ghost story to pass the time, and that night, Mary had a vivid dream. She wrote: ‘I saw the pale student of unhallowed arts kneeling beside the thing he had put together. I saw the hideous phantasm of a man stretched out, and then, on the workings of some powerful engine, show signs of life, and stir with an uneasy, half vital motion. Frightful must it be; for supremely frightful would be the effect of…

3 min.
five drreams that changed the world

Society could look very different if these guys hadn’t got their zeds in! reams have been responsible for some of D the greatest innovations, scientific discoveries, novels and even tunes – ever! Here are just a few of them. The theory of relativity Men and women of science typically don’t tend to pay too much attention to anything that cannot be proved using empirical evidence, but strangely enough, it was a dream that led the young Albert Einstein to discover the theory of relativity – the notion, put simply, that at a fundamental level, time and space are the same thing. He dreamed he was sledging down a steep mountain, going faster and faster as the sledge picked up speed – and as it approached the speed of light, the stars in his…

5 min.
from the heart

WHAT’S IN YOUR spooky snaps ? Orbs away Dear Sally This photo taken of my workmate really spooked her. What do you see? Helen Gunton, Keighley, West Yorkshire Dear Helen In my opinion, this photo has captured an orb in motion. The orb is moving so fast it creates what I call a ‘cigar-shaped’ orb – literally created by the round orb moving very, very fast! I think that the energy of the orb belongs to the building or house that the photo was taken in – the energy was basically being nosy! I sense that the orb is feeding off the energy of the girl in the photo, although the orb is not connected to the girl but rather to the building. I feel that the spirit energy of the orb is a woman, who…