Psy­chic medium comes to Hornsby

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If you’ve ever wanted to con­tact one of your ‘de­parted’ rel­a­tives, here’s your chance.

Psy­chic medium Deb Web­ber, colum­nist and star of award-win­ning TV show ‘Sens­ing Mur­der’, is bring­ing her live show to Hornsby RSL on Tues­day, Fe­bru­ary 13.

As one of Aus­tralia’s most ac­cu­rate medi­ums, this sin­gle mother of two has been re­lay­ing mes­sages from spir­its since she was a young child. Her first mem­ory of see­ing some­one other worldly was as young as aged three.

“I can com­mu­ni­cate with souls who’ve passed and give in­for­ma­tion to their liv­ing rel­a­tive that they’re still here and that’s very com­fort­ing for them,” ex­plains Deb. “It helps peo­ple through their grief and suf­fer­ing, and takes some of the worry out of not know­ing what’s hap­pened to them.”

Her own life has been punc­tu­ated by se­vere trauma in­clud­ing do­mes­tic vi­o­lence, a break­down and de­pres­sion. “I feel I’ve been made to have this suf­fer­ing and trauma so I know how to help other peo­ple through theirs.”

She re­veals some fas­ci­nat­ing in­sights into the af­ter­life - like the fact that de­parted souls such as your par­ents, find each other in the af­ter­life if they were happy to­gether in this one.

When a spirit jumps into her, an ‘em­bod­i­ment’, it uses her. “A re­cent one I had was a red-haired al­co­holic Maori. It made me act drunk to the au­di­ence. A photo of me do­ing this taken by a friend showed that wasn’t my face at all - it was his.”

She has also been the go-to medium for Ita But­trose, Suzi Qu­a­tro, Michael Hutchence's fam­ily, Burt New­ton and the Ir­win fam­ily. “I’ve spo­ken to Vin­cent van Gogh when his great great great nephew John, an artist from Mel­bourne con­tacted me.

“He wanted to go to the same places and paint the same things as his great great great un­cle Vin­cent. That was one of the most ex­tra­or­di­nary read­ings ever. I’ve also helped with find­ing miss­ing peo­ple in mur­der cases.”

Deb will bring her re­mark­able gift to Hornsby in one of three Syd­ney shows in which she will walk through the au­di­ence giv­ing spon­ta­neous read­ings and con­nect­ing cho­sen peo­ple to their loved ones in spirit and an­swer­ing au­di­ence queries about them.

“Some­times they’re cheeky, some­times sad, some­times hu­mor­ous - but they’re al­ways in­spir­ing and in­sight­ful for those re­ceiv­ing the read­ing and for those in the au­di­ence who get to wit­ness the ex­tra­or­di­nary de­tail that I can bring through from spirit.”

Fol­low­ing the show, Deb will host a Q & A ses­sion and a Ti­betan Crys­tal Bowl med­i­ta­tion at the end “to send ev­ery­one home calm, safe and with the right spir­its”.

Deb’s Live Show at the Hornsby RSL, Tues­day, Fe­bru­ary 13. Doors open at 7pm and the show starts at 7:30pm. Tick­ets are $58 at www. deb­web­ber.com.au or call (07) 5442 5174 for more in­for­ma­tion.

To win a pair of free tick­ets, email: com­pe­ti­tions@month­ly­chron­i­cle.com.au with your name, email ad­dress and mo­bile or land­line num­ber.

Dur­ing a psy­chic read­ing

Deb Web­ber

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