Bye bye Madame Irma, here is the new generation of clairvoyants – Elle

Bye bye Madame Irma here is the new generation of

At the Café Contresort, tucked away in a quiet street in the 18th arrondissement of Paris, the decor plunges customers into the atmosphere: signs of the zodiac adorn the midnight blue walls; pumpkins and candles are placed everywhere. At the entrance, tarot games are self-service; even the taste buds go into magic mode with, à … Read more

Clairvoyants, astrologers, tarologists: can we believe it?

Practitioners of the divinatory arts lack recognition. For the 20th anniversary of Delta Blanc, the association which fights to impose ethics in the profession, we went to interview its director, non-psychic and tarologist, Esméralda Bernard, who takes stock of progress in this area. The world of mediums, seers, “mages” has an outline that could not … Read more

Clairvoyants: Between Tarot and Literature – Châtelaine

Combine divinatory art and Quebec literature? Audrée Wilhelmy and 14 other writers have dared with Clairvoyantes. The result is downright fun and inspiring. Quebec publisher Alto is bold. He throws the box Clairvoyants, which combines literature and the art of divination in a marriage that is out of the ordinary. It’s sort of a poetic … Read more