June Field, a 53-year-old widow, karate expert, euphonium player and the ‘world’s greatest psychic’ is perched on the edge of a slippery faux leather sofa in her Dundee semi. She is breathing in the smell of scented candles, telling me to sit up straight because otherwise she can’t see my ‘energy’ properly and is poised to give me one of her world-class readings.
‘I’m just going to sit in your vibration for a little while,’ she says. ‘But before I begin, there’s a lady who’s been popping in and out all morning. She’s got a big smiley face, she’s quite robust — and she’s what we call the “door-opener”. Ooh, I can feel people pulling all around you . . .’ And we’re off (or at least June is) to the ‘other side’ and what sounds like a vast crowd of people (and animals), all dead, but jostling to say ‘hello’.
As well as the robust door-opener, there’s a house-proud female blood relation ‘who passed with a cancerous condition’, a ‘younger male who hanged himself’, a golden Labrador (or retriever) and lots of horses — none of which rings any bells, yet. She also tells me she knows the sex of the baby I am having in April (something I haven’t found out). And that’s just in the first 15 minutes.
It’s a lot to take in. Then again, she must know her stuff, because on December 30, June was crowned 2012 champion of the International Battle Of The Psychics.
Filmed in the Ukraine and watched by a TV audience of 34 million and a judging panel that included that great spoon-bender Uri Geller, she beat 70,000 hopefuls and 11 other finalists in a six-month contest to win first prize, a 22lb Gothic trophy that cost her £57 in excess baggage to bring home with British Airways and a £19,000 cheque — which has yet to materialise…..Full Article Source