In the realm of psychic powers, a few notable individuals have received a lot of attention. Some famous psychics that have practically achieved celebrity status include Sylvia Browne, Miss Cleo, Danielle Egnew, and John Edward.
Sylvia Browne is a world-renowned psychic medium who has authored several books on spirituality and heaven. She says she is able to know details about heaven and can see angels. She once made regular weekly appearances on the Montel Williams talk show to answer guest's questions about their deceased loved ones. She has also been on Larry King and has her own radio talk show.
Miss Cleo of the Psychic Friends Network was a phone and infomercial psychic, who also had a specialty working with Tarot cards. Her site currently advertises one-on-one tarot readings in addition to energy cleansings and private appearances for non-profit groups. She got her start as a self-described shaman and spiritual advisor.
The Western Pacific paranormal Alliance, which works in the metaphysical to help law enforcement to solve cases, was founded by Danielle Egnew. She says that her extra-sensory perception is inherited through her family line, and has experienced visions of the future and seen deceased people since childhood. Danielle has also earned a name for herself as a musician, actor, and radio.
Another famous psychic medium is John Edward. He has had two television programs featuring his psychic medium abilities, where he communicates with the deceased relatives of guests to the show. He says that he was a serious doubter until he was given a reading at age 15 where he was told details about his life and told that he would one day become a great medium.
World famous psychics like Sylvia Browne, Miss Cleo, Danielle Egnew, and John Edward are in high demand.
Getting a psychic reading is an opportunity to know more about yourself, the future, and even the spirits on the other side. Whether or not the reading is done with one of the world's most famous psychic practitioners or not, it is sure to be an experience to remember.