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What’s ahead for the south-west in 2013

Cedar Vale clairvoyant Selena Hill telling us what 2013 has in store for south west Brisbane. Photo: Inga Williams / The Reporter
Cedar Vale clairvoyant Selena Hill telling us what 2013 has in store for south west Brisbane. Photo: Inga Williams / The Reporter Inga Williams

AS we replace old calendars with fresh pages of a new 2013 edition, the western suburbs and Ipswich can look forward to a happy and calm year according to medium Selena Hill.

Channelling her angels from her home last December, Mrs Hill said she saw no dangers of severe weather for the area in the next 12 months.

"In Ipswich and the surrounding suburbs, I see no major flooding," she said.

"I feel like it is going to be a really dry summer."

When asked if 2013 would be a happier year for everyone, Mrs Hill said her angels saw more highs rather than lows for the upcoming year.

"The angels showed me a heartbeat motion with highs and lows, which is what it is like for many people," she said.

"Looking at it as a whole, there is going to be more people having positive experiences rather than negative experiences.

"I feel the Ipswich community is already a tight-knit community group after what they went through.

"So they already work together as a team and look after one another."

The beginning of the year is usually a busy time for mediums and psychics, with an influx of people wanting to know what the year has in store for them.

The questions were all basically the same, according to Mrs Hill.

"A lot of people come in and ask me questions such as: Am I going to be rich? Where is my soul mate? Are my kids going to be happy and healthy? And questions about their career," she said.

Find out what 2013 holds for you, contact Selena at www.psychicfair.info


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