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The Best Little Psychic Fair in Texas.....

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A former member
Post #: 2
I'll be post-call, but would be up for a trip if anyone is interested. I may go by myself even depending on how much cleansing my aura needs.


Marva's Psychic & Holistic Fairs - Houston, Texas
Named "Best Psychic Fair in Houston 2005" - by Houston Press
Saturday, January 3, 2009 - La Quinta Inns & Suites, 1625 W. Loop South between San Felipe & Post Oak) near the Galleria - next door to Micro Center

What will you find at the Psychic & Holistic Fairs?
Pet Psychics
Past Life
Angels & Spirit Guides

Chair Massage - Olympia
Foot Reflexology - Spirit Quest
Ear Candling - Ofelia Perez
Aura Cleansing, Reiki, Healing - Juan Castro


Amazon Herbs - Carole Miller
Wayne's Crystals - gemstones, jewelry, collectibles, amythest cathedrals
Lotusland - JoAnn Hamilton - books, incense, crystals, gifts, etc.
Florapathics Aromatherapy Oils, Soaps, Candles, Hair Products
Metaphysical Books, Tarot Cards, Angel Cards, and more
Aura Camera - Wayne Darling
Computer Astrology Charts - Marva Mason
Silver Jewelry from Bali - Marguerite Oppinger
user 7881900
Spring, TX
Post #: 18
Clay, I can make this a meetup - I don'tthink I'll be able to go, but I'll put it down for anyone who might want to check it out
Robert T. G.
Houston, TX
Post #: 1
This is R.T. Gross : I intend to be there Saturday Jan. 3. I don't know much about this sort of thing -- I usually stay away from it, so this should be educational for me. Hope to see other skeptics there.

A former member
Post #: 1
This sounds very exciting.. depending on when my kids get home saturday whether i take them or not. prolly be hme early. im new to the group but how would i recognize anyone or would anyone want to meet up? Ive actually been doing alot of reading on spirituality and past lives.
David F.
Houston, TX
Post #: 214
What do you propose to do at this "Fair"? Do you plan on openly criticizing these people? If there is a fee for admission, paying that would be supporting this nonsense. I have no interest in that.
user 7881900
Spring, TX
Post #: 20
David, I posted the link that Clay supplied, so that interested people can go find out more, if they wish. I do not advocate being rude to anyone.

I suspect an admission fee will be listed on the link. It may be on a display or booth-by-booth basis.

A former member
Post #: 3
I have no interest in confronting people, being rude, or anything of that nature. I intend to learn as much as I can from the experience and be respectful. I've emailed the host Marva and will let everyone know regarding fees. I suspect that this is something that makes money off of the purchase of merchandise, books, crystals, etc, and not from cover charges.
A former member
Post #: 4
Oh, and I will likely be the only one there in blue scrubs so be sure to say hello.
A former member
Post #: 5
This may help. The flyer from last month's fair (http://www.psychicfai...­) states that admission is free. It looks like there will be mini-readings of 10 minutes available for 10 dollars and possibly discounts for early birds not from out of town. There will be a number of booths offering a wide variety of "services". My interest, as many of you know, is alternative medicine so I am actually looking forward to speaking with the reflexologist.
Houston, TX
Post #: 1
I'm likely to be the only 6'2" guy with maroon shoes that have brown laces. Say hi and pretend that spirits told you my name. ;)
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