Never surrender your healthy skepticism in a medium reading - John Edward

World-renowned psychic medium and eight-time New York Times bestselling author, John Edward, is in Johannesburg for a one-night only event.

Edwards paid 702 host Azania Mosaka an in studio visit to chat about his visit to the country and gave a lucky listener, a live reading.

In 2000, Edward pioneered the psychic phenomena genre with the television program 'Crossing Over with John Edward' on the Syfy network. It was the first television show syndicated worldwide devoted to psychic mediumship and it would go on to run for four seasons.

Edward followed up the success of Crossing Over with John Edward with another television program, John Edward Cross Country, which debuted on the WE network in 2006 and ran for three seasons.

I know what a reading can do for someone.

John Edward, World-renowned psychic medium and author

Edward says a reading can give you an aerial view of their lives and remove the self-created roadblocks and energetic obstacles. If you go for a reading, always go with an open mind says Edward.

Every time you go for a session, never surrender your healthy sense of skepticism because you want to always question what is you're hearing and listening to.

John Edward, World-renowned psychic medium and author

Anastasia Kuppen got a live a reading from Edward

Saturday, 5 August 2017

Time: 15h00 and 20h00

Venue: Teatro

Tickets: From R500 – R995

Listen to the full conversation in the audio below:


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