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Do you yearn to know what’s in your future, coupled with a little magic?
Then Psychic ALX is your ticket.
The nationally known psychic and entertainer will come to Sea Trail Golf Resort & Convention Center next Friday, March 16, to “read” his audience and entertain them with magic.
“It’s a higher form of feeling,” ALX said this week in a phone interview.
Psychic abilities are his talent. Magic, he says, employs the principles he uses.
He describes the show as one and half or two hours of giving readings in a big-gallery setting.
“I bring messages, read out the future,” ALX said.
He can also let people know about things in their way—with love and career—two of the biggest topics.
The 31-year-old, the son of a preacher from Harrisburg, Pa., has been a professional psychic for the past five years. Prior to that, he trained in the psychic realm.
“It’s more about pulling the best out of people and connecting with the dead, which is a huge amount of healing in ways that are verifiable,” says ALX, who says he obtained his unusual name from a spirit, a magician named Alexander from the 1920s.
The way it’s spelled is also symbolic, he said.
When he’s reading someone, he said he doesn’t need much beyond knowing someone’s name.
“I have them say their name to me,” he said. “It’s the way I was taught from mentors. A name has everything. It holds the vibration of everything in their life.”
He reads energy—“that’s all I do”—with things coming to him in pictures.
Growing up, he never dreamt—or sensed—that he would become a psychic. He always loved magician David Copperfield, though, who provided inspiration for the magic portion of ALX’s show.
It also didn’t scare him “mingling with spirits.”
“We all have free will and can change our life at any moment, any of the actions we make,” ALX says. “Everybody is wired to perceive.”
Maybe next week the spirit will move, and he’ll inspire his audience at Sea Trail to learn more.
Show time is 7 p.m. Tickets are $35 in advance via his website, www.PsychicALX.com or $45 at the door.
Laura Lewis is a staff writer at the Beacon. Reach her at 754-6890 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.