Sardines will come, says psychic

2014-07-17 00:00

IF psychic Cindy Kruger’s visions of the long-awaited shoal of sardines is on par with her sighting of angels, all is not lost.

Because in her readings yesterday she saw them “coming September or October”. But, she warns, they will only come when they are ready.

Kruger is one of the many psychics lining up to do readings, wager predictions and do cross-overs with those who “has passed from this earth” at the Psychic and Lifestyle Expo at Suncoast Casino. Till Sunday, people will have the opportunity to have “palm readings, angel readings, astrology readings and healings” done.

At Kruger’s side, though not visible to those who only watch with their natural sight, is “the archangel Michael when I do readings”.

“And I know it’s him because he is a tall white figure with wings; different people see them differently but that’s how I saw him,” she said.

Some of the exhibitors will include The Mystic Sisters Jayshree Mallaya and Mellissa Mallaya-Pandya from Durban.

Kruger, a bubbly 34-year-old psychic formerly from Durban, said she started practising in 2009 and specialises in crossing over, telephonic reading and spiritual healings. She now resides in Johannesburg.

“I have been seeing angels for as long as I could remember, who helped me do my readings.”

Kruger said her weirdest crossing over was when a lady wanted to her to connect with her aunt.

“The aunt came through but refused to connect until I got up and did a shimmy shake, which she was famous for. I was very embarrassed but I had to,” she said.

Kruger, a staunch Catholic, will not predict death even if she sees it in a reading.

“I believe that people have their own free will and I think that death can’t be accurately predicted,” she said.

Kruger claims she has even assisted the SAPS with helping to find missing people.

“My gift is only to help people, not to become famous. When I managed to make somebody smile, that’s when I am happy.”

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