Powerful and successful career-minded New Yorkers are turning to Psychic’s in droves for advice on their careers, love and finances.
As reported by the nypost.com, “power” Psychic Elizabeth Fotinopoulos helps the career minded make money, stay married, and much more.
Elizabeth Fotinopoulos might not be a CEO or an executive, but she sure wields a lot of power. The 64-year-old redhead is a “seer” — i.e., a psychic — and when it comes to her clients, she definitely calls the shots. “I run people’s lives,’’ says Fotinopoulos, who lives with her husband in Dix Hills, LI.
“I run their marriages, help them make money . . . People have changed careers, left relationships or adopted children because I told them to. ’’
Psychic Elizabeth has even convinced some clients to leave New York City to further their careers and financial stability.
“Elizabeth advised me to make a career choice that seemed completely counterintuitive,’’ says George de la Pena, 56, who had been acting in theater and film, but accepted a post running a department at the University of Iowa in 2005.
“I was a die-hard New Yorker, and she wanted me to take a job in the Midwest. I have no doubt that this decision spared me serious financial instability.”
Psychic Reader Elizabeth Fotinopoulos has also been known as a “Celebrity Psychic,” counseling many in the past.
Fotinopoulos says she has consulted with many celebrities, too, claiming she predicted Patrick Swayze’s illness to him in 2007. “He said, ‘Elizabeth, do you think I’m going to beat it?’ I told him no, which he didn’t want to hear, but it gave him a [desire] to really live the end of his life to the fullest.”
However, Psychic Reader Elizabeth Fotinopoulos is just one Psychic in the growing area of “power” Psychic’s that New Yorkers are demanding.
Fotinopoulos is just part of the wave of psychic influence among successful New Yorkers. Some people have become so dependent on psychic consultations, they regularly check online psychic sites.
What’s more, while these clients might ask the usual questions about love and relationships, a lot of the time they’re interested in professional advice and tips about how to do their jobs better.
Lynne White, a 50-something on-air contributor to WNBC, goes to psychic Thomas John to get a handle on her business decisions, as well as her love life. “Thomas sees the future clearly,” she says. “He will also tell me if I should accept an offer or pitch a certain show.”
John says that his business has seen a dramatic bump. “Since last spring, the amount of people who come to see me has doubled. There is a lot of financial anxiety now, and people want to know there is a light at the end of the tunnel.’’
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