by

Julia Gordon-Bramer

314.517.0158

tarot@nighttimes.com

Unique Entertainment for:

Special Events

Corporate Events, Employee Retreats, and Conferences

Private Parties

Festivals

Individual Readings

Telephone and Email Consultations

PO Box 1747

Maryland Heights, MO  63043

tarot@nighttimes.com

314.517.0158

Contact: Julia Gordon-Bramer

Julia Gordon-Bramer has been reading Tarot cards for over 30 years.

 

References available.

 

Recent clients include:

 

Edward Jones, Lake St. Louis, St. Louis Public Library, Soulard Market, Burger King, USA Mortgage, Venus Envy Festival,  Macklind Days,  Cirque du Erotica, and numerous conventions, conferences, private parties, weddings, bachelorette parties, baby showers,  and personal consultations.

 

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Please note:  Julia does not dress in costume. This is the real deal—but she will certainly dress to accommodate the mood of your event.

 

 

 

What’s the difference between Tarot, psychics and straight fortune-telling?

 

 Unlike the psychics and fortune-tellers (some authentic, many not) you’ve no doubt encountered at carnivals, street fairs, etc, Tarot reveals one’s past and present, as well as the future—authenticating itself immediately to the questioner.

 

Rooted in the Kabbalah, Tarot is a practice that’s believed to have been around since ancient Egyptian times. Contrary to popular belief, it is not religious, and does not conjure spirits, good or evil. In fact, the famous psychologist, Carl  G. Jung, used Tarot when he established his work with cross-cultural human archetypes. The principle of Tarot is that we are all connected and all wiser than we realize; the questioner is merely guided to the answers through the Tarot card reader, his or her intuition, and sensitivity.

 

The Tarot cards reflect one’s position back to them, past, present, and the path that he or she is on (the future).

If one doesn’t like what the future holds, then they can merely change their path. Readings can be oriented to subjects such as Career, Love, Money, Health, Family, or just a basic “Tell me what’s coming up for me” kind of reading. Yes or No questions, and specific relationship questions, can also be asked.

 

How Much?

 

At parties and festivals, affordable rates of just $10 per person for about 10 minutes’ time; $20 per person for the preferred reading length of about 20 minutes (best for private parties).  $60 for one-hour minimum private consultation. I usually meet in coffeehouses or bookstores at a mutually agreeable location.

 

Will travel for conferences, etc. (price negotiable, with expenses).

 

$200 party minimum (for two hours) in the St. Louis Metro area.

 

 

What do I need to furnish for a reading?

 

I have my own small table, chairs, tablecloth and signage.

All I need from you is a small bit of space where two people can talk.

 

Call 314.517.0158 or email tarot@nighttimes.com

to reserve your event now.

 

 

Of Note:

 

See St. Louis Magazine’s feature on Julia Gordon-Bramer here: “What it’s like to be a Tarot card reader.”

 

Nationally recognized, award-winning poet Troy Jollimore, published a poem featuring his own Tarot reading with “Madam Julia” in  Pleiades: A Journal of New Writing, Vol. 28, Number 2, 2010.

http://www.ucmo.edu/englphil/pleiades/

 

St. Louis Post-Dispatch’s Pictures of Julia and the cards at the Bizarre Bazaar at the Soulard Art Market, May 2009.

 

Read Julia Gordon-Bramer’s “Humongous Tarot Blog” here:

http://prefirstdrafts.blogspot.com/2008/10/humongous-tarot-blog.html