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Sunday, July 16, 2006

Belleville - Tarot card reading looks for hidden answers

Freda Crake is known by the name Freya when she reads Tarot Cards. 'The energy of the name brings in more balance,' she explains.
Freya is an intuitive and has been reading cards for over 20 years. Born in Belleville she has just moved back to the area and is glad to be home. She does readings at Green Willow at 240 Pinnacle on Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and across the river at the Hair Team at 256 Coleman on Thursdays from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.
'I span the water,' she smiles. 'I want to help revitalize Belleville. I am here to help.'
She said when she first came back and saw Front Street she cried. It wasn't the way she remembered it when she was a girl growing up here.
She has spent 50 years at the corporate level in major corporations and has a very diverse background. She has been intuitive since a child and has used that psychic ability to read energies in people.
'I got fired from five major corporations,' she admitted. 'I was outspoken about the treatment of females.'
Freya reads three different kinds of Tarot cards and has been trained by the Grand Master of Tarot in Canada. She is certified by the Canadian Tarot Network. She reads from the Gilded Tarot, the Daughters of the Moon and the Rune Tarot with Celtic symbols. She is working on her masters degree in Tarot. The name Freya comes from the Norse goddess and is used as the oracle to help her do the readings.
'Freya will accept any question,' she says. This could be about your life journey, your finances, loves, relationships, making choices, self-improvement, health, the future, wish fulfillment or karmic connections. She also does Tarot parties in your home.

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