So you’re thinking about a phone reading with Emily . . . .
It’s what you want it to be.
What do you want to know?
Ask a question,
a little one
or a big one
that’s all … no background, no explanation …
no birth dates or names,
and here’s your detailed accurate answer.
You can use ‘The Three Questions’
because they work so efficiently together,
and average 10 to 12 minutes,
and analyze one relationship
of any kind.
Ask a question about
a situation with a person,
with any person
and here’s your accurate detailed answer
from that person’s mind, heart, gut and soul.
Tarot is talking to you word for word,
and Emily is the interpreter.
when you want,
the charge is by the minute
your budget counts.
The question that gets to the heart of the matter,
and saves time and fuss,
and tells you;
we’re efficient around here!
We discuss what you want to know, beforehand, too.
Tarot accesses subconscious;
that’s where the information comes from –
and the system of Tarot
discovered and developed by Emily
is mechanical, logical and language-based.
No spirits need apply.
*You can see it right here on this site.*
Emily has life experience
(the facts are below)
to advise you
not just your love interest,
not just personal stuff,
but anything at all,
including business and legal situations,
spiritual and esoteric matters,
personal growth and development –
like a coach would.
She really knows types of people
and what they do,
and can identify them
we find your fix,
and you’re off with
the steering wheel
and the map.
You can call right now if your time is
Eastern Time 1 p.m. to 1 a.m.
Central Time Noon to Midnight
Mountain Time 11 a.m. to 11 p.m.
Pacific Time 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.
1 800 993–6912
or 208 993-1657
The charge is $3.75 per minute.
Emily has been a credit card merchant
through banks since 1993,
and you can use PayPal too.
You can either choose a number of minutes, multiply by $3.75 and pay here,
1 800 993 6912
208 993 1657
and give Emily your card information to verify.
for reading this!
These are the common stopping places for telephone readings. Many first-time callers are ten or twelve minutes, often asking ‘the three questions I speak of here:
Longer readings are those of you who have lots of questions, those of you who have lots of things to say, and major projects like criminal investigations and analysis of some major event.
Here are ‘The Three Questions’ that generally average no more than 12 minutes:
- How does the person I am dealing with think and feel about me; what is his/her/their perspective, motive, intentions and attitude toward me in this situation we share? (We are in that person’s/those persons’ head, heart, gut and soul for this question.)
- In the real world of action, what will I see this person do? For this question, you choose a time frame – any time frame at all. (We are now talking facts and action, and addressing the future.)
- What do I do and not do; who do I be and not be, to make this happen the way I want it to? (We are now asking about strategy for you.)
Emily’s background and experience, in a nutshell (for details, see the ‘About Emily’ tab):
25 years of technical court reporting in the south Florida Miami Vice years. I owned the office, and other court reporting offices referred things they did not want to do to me. Those were the days when you had to know what you were doing: No tape recording!
Teaching myself how to read, against adults’ wishes, using a child’s alphabet picture book and any piece of paper with writing on it, cracking the language phonetically like a code, prepared me to do the same process to get Tarot’s meanings for Tarot years later.
My introduction to Tarot was a series of lectures by a professor about Consistent Violators of the Laws of Random Distribution. Tarot is one of five known consistent violators, he said. It was the only experiment he talked about that could be done at home. So I did. This led, step by step, with amazing coincidences, to the discovery and development of Tarot Verbatim™. Tarot Verbatim™ would have remained a hobby had my husband not decided to be an elk rancher and move to Idaho to start a game ranch. What a story that was!
Upon his death, I had to deal with an inbred tiny remote townful of people who aimed to get that ranch for themselves, and get me off of it. Any sensible person would have fled, but I was not one of those.
Life experience counts in this business. Whatever you are facing, petty or great, I have probably encountered.