Famous Fortune Teller
The first African American fortune teller was Dianna Reynolds, born in Kentucky in 1815. Her skills included making predictions about the future and revealing the past. Reynolds lived with her parents in Buckeye. According to the 1870 Census, she was one of six African Americans who practiced fortune telling in Kentucky. The rest of the state’s fortune tellers were from Ohio, Virginia, Pennsylvania, and Louisiana.
Another famous fortune teller was Theresa Pitcher, a woman from New York who became famous in the nineteenth century for her prophecies. In her story, she recounts the death of a friend, but is eventually confronted by an Old Man who’s been following her for years. The Old Man is concerned that she might be losing her mind and tells her to consult a fortune teller.
Many people consider Moll Pitcher a famous fortune teller from the late eighteenth century. Moll Pitcher was born as Mary Diamond in Marblehead, Massachusetts and was considered the sole pythoness of ancient Lynn. She was famous for her skills as a fortune teller, and she had many clients – including many treasure hunters. She was nearly hanged for her work, but luckily survived.
The world is a complicated place and a famous fortune teller has not always been right. But if we take the time to understand the past and the present, we can learn more about the world we live in. The last century has brought us some interesting events. However, no one is certain what the future will bring.
A famous twenty-first century fortune teller is Baba Vanga. She was born with normal eyesight, but lost it when she was injured by a tornado. Despite her disability, she is still considered to be a clairvoyant. She is credited with predicting many important events, including 9/11, the tsunami in Thailand, the death of President Obama and other major politicians, and time travel in the year 2304.
Nostradamus was another famous fortune teller, and is credited with predicting the death of Henry II in a jousting accident. However, Henry II did not listen to his predictions. However, his predictions were still accurate and he was a great success in his field. In 1605, he also predicted the destruction of London by a fire.
While some claim that the oldest fortune teller was a Negro, others say that the most important one was in fact a white man. The story of Blind Mary’s life is not entirely true. The Negro fortune teller, whose boat was found in the Ohio River, was not actually missing. He had been sleeping in the boat when it was discovered. He had forgotten his shoes. He was then able to row the skiff to shore.
Besides fortune telling, a fortune teller can also tell a person’s future. People have been using fortune telling for thousands of years to predict future events and marriages. While some of the predictions are absurdly off-target, others are incredibly accurate. This was the case with Zoltar, an antique fortune teller that was featured in the movie “Big.”