Tarot reading

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What Is Cartomancy?

Tarot Reading & Clairvoyance: When thoughts cannot express themselves freely through spoken or written word, they dissimulate themselves beneath images and symbols that will only reveal their meaning to those able to see beyond their innocent appearance. Cartomancy is a magnificent auxiliary to consult past occurrences, problems, resolutions and future events. Often referred to as a psychic, a clairvoyant or a fortune teller, the cartomancer’s mission is to allow his subconscious to impartially analyze the message presented by the cards and conveying this message to the client. Directed by his intuition, the cartomancer acts a a spiritual counselor and guide.


This service is offered in French and Spanish and is only available in English with the help of a translator which MUST be requested upon booking.

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Tarot Reading/ Spanish Card Reading

$60.00per session

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About Our Tarot Card Reader

Since her early childhood in Colombia, Amparo noticed that she possessed a special sensitivity and was able to perceive supernatural phenomena. With time, she realized that several family members shared the same spiritual gifts which had been transmitted from generation to generation. With practice and experience, she was able to canalize her clairvoyance gift. A long time ago, Amparo made the decision to share her gift and serve as counselor to those in need of spiritual guidance. She began offering private consultations in her native Colombia and has been offering her Tarot reading and Spanish card reading services in Montreal for the past twenty years.

“The intuitive mind is a sacred gift and the rational mind is a faithful servant. We have created a society that honors the servant and has forgotten the gift.”