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A Very Lucky Week in July!




Heads up for the week of July 16th – July 25th.

For those of you that follow astrology, you may already know that Jupiter is moving into the sign of Leo and will remain there of nearly thirteen months, until August 11, 2015. Jupiter is known as the planet of good luck, abundance and creativity. It’s a good time to look at your chart and see where Jupiter and Leo fall so that you will know better how this astrological transition will affect you. I happen to be a Leo, so of course I’m excited to be getting this lucky planet in my sign.

For the past year Jupiter was in the sign of Cancer, which is ruled by the moon. Cancer’s focus is maternal, nurturing and rules the home. The moon asks you to reflect within and pay attention to intuition, dreams and the unconscious. This past year may have been a time of deep self-reflection, a focus on your home environment, emotional well-being, and inner self. Lessons may have had to do with family, healing and your place in your home & family.

Now it’s time to breathe in and open up to a new positive light. Jupiter is moving into the sign of Leo which rules, joy, manifestation and self-expression. The Sun asks you to live more in the now, to take action on your ideas and plans and live with joy! It is the planet of manifestation and self-expression.

Numerologically speaking we have two days which add up to triple sevens. A very lucky energy! 7-16-2014 is a 7-7-7 day (1+6 = 7 and 2014 is a 7 Universal Year) and anytime a number is in triplicate it is a reminder that you can create anything you want.   The number 7 is considered to be a “soul” number or expression of the soul.

Numbers seen in triplicate reflect the holy trinity, i.e. the union of body, mind and spirit. That is why they are usually lucky and are mini messages from the universe.

There is also another 7-7-7 day coming up in just a few days on July 25, 2014 (2+5 = 7)! So it is the perfect time to ask for what you want and “Leo’s”, think about what you want to manifest in the next 13 months and beyond. It’s the perfect time to state your intention for your life. Take some time off FB and twitter, meditate under a tree or at the beach, make a prayer for a new creative life and path. This week is especially conductive to manifesting the right vibration in your life! Good luck! It is on its way to you!




Kuan Yin, the goddess of infinite mercy and compassion. She is a symbol of the unlimited compassion each of us can have for ourselves.

Kuan Yin, the goddess of infinite mercy and compassion. She is a symbol of the unlimited compassion each of us can have for ourselves.

“How unhappy is he who cannot forgive himself.” Publilius Syrus (85BC – 43 BC)

Lately, I have been reflecting a lot on the past – regrets, mistakes. I often find myself wondering, what could I have done differently? From there, it is so easy to start blaming myself for things that didn’t go right. In my experience as a reader, I’m not alone in this.

In my search for answers and understanding, I turned to a deck of Goddess cards that I have. In several readings and meditations, the card for Kuan Yin kept coming up. I always knew of her as the bodhisattva of compassion, but I always thought in terms of compassion for others. But, reading a little more, I realized that she reminds us to have compassion and mercy for ourselves as well.

The fact is, everyone makes mistakes. The most important thing is that you learn from them. It is too easy to focus on the “what if’s” and “if only’s”. The best way to start to move past mistakes and learn from them is through forgiveness.

We are taught from a very young age the value of forgiveness. By forgiving one that has hurt you, you can let go of the pain and move forward. But that teaching is so often focused outwards. Love thy neighbor, forgive and forget, etc – but not love thyself, forgive thyself. I find that we will harbor guilt and resentments towards our own perceived failures that we would never subject a loved one to.

When we forgive someone who has hurt us, we are able to feel lighter – no longer weighed down by negative emotions. Look at the things in your life where you “failed”. If these “failures” were confessed to you by a friend, what would you say to them? How would you console them? Take those words and direct them towards yourself. Forgive yourself for not being perfect, because no one is. Forgive yourself for your failures, because now you know what to avoid in the future. Forgive yourself for the past, because you cannot change it – but you can learn how to be happy today.

Still need a little perspective on how to forgive yourself? Come see me this Friday and Sunday at Cafe Tu Tu Tango for a reading!



Our 2014 Tu Tu Tarot Card Reader Schedule


Please see below our scheduled nights to read at Cafe Tu Tu Tango. This is an accurate but subject to change schedule of all our talented psychics! 





FRIDAYS: Georgie

SUNDAYS: Georgie

We rotate Saturday nights on a 5 week basis;

Georgie; 2/11, 3/15, 4/19, 5/24, 6/28, 8/2, 9/6, 10/11, 11/15, 12/20

Gena; 1/18, 2/22, 3/29, 5/3, 6/7, 7/12, 8/16, 9/20, 10/25, 11/29

Akasha; 1/25, 3/1, 4/5, 5/10, 6/14, 7/19, 8/23, 9/27, 11/1, 12/6

Ronnie; 2/1, 3/8, 4/12, 5/17, 6/21, 7/26, 8/30, 10/4, 11/8, 12/13

The resturants hours are from 7 – 11 each night. We look forward to seeing into your bright future!





Which path will you take?


I notice in my readings, people are often struggling with various challenges. Relationships, work, finances – these are the areas that most people are concerned with when they come to me for a reading. I always think of them as “The Big 3”. I suppose most people wouldn’t seek out a psychic if everything in their life was peachy keen, now would they? And, naturally, people and financial security are high priorities for most of us. People are looking for answers – “How do I fix it?” “Will it get better?”

When I read, I tell people that I can’t give them all the answers. That lies within them. What I can do is give them insight into the deeper issue – another perspective. The real question is what can they learn from their situation? The challenges that we face in our life serve to teach us lessons. We learn our strengths, our weaknesses and how to better follow the path that we are meant to be on. When we know what is not working, we can get rid of it and leave room for something better.

I, myself, have had a reminder of that. I have found myself facing obstacles and situations that I struggle with. But through my work with my clients as well as a lot of soul-searching and prayer, I have been finding answers. I am realizing that some of the messages that I give my clients are also meant for me. Instead of looking at my challenges as defeat, I have begun looking at them as opportunities. They are opportunities for growth and for change. The deeper that I look within, the closer I find myself coming to the Divine. I understand much better now that some circumstances are out of my control. What is in my control is how I deal with those circumstances. I can find explanations for my challenges – I don’t always like those explanations. They often point to weaknesses in myself – and I don’t want to admit my faults. But admitting my faults is accepting them. And accepting my faults gives me an opportunity to change them. I can’t change my past, but I can change my present and ultimately my future.

So, next time you are faced with a roadblock, ask yourself, “How can I turn this into an opportunity? What good can I get out of this situation?” Often, the answer takes time to make itself clear. But, even asking the questions can show you a new direction and help you make peace with your challenges.

If you still have questions, you can always come see me for a reading 😉 This weekend, I will be at Cafe Tu Tu Tango Friday, Saturday and Sunday….come by and let me help you!



Lately, I have found that it is really important for me to be grateful. When you take the time to be grateful for things in your life, you create energy to attract more abundance. Whenever possible, I like to write down at least ten things that I am grateful for. Not only do I list each thing, but I also write, “I am grateful for ___ because ___.” It helps me to put it all in perspective and deepen my gratitude.

This little exercise is a simple thing to do, but it always makes me feel better, no matter what is going on. When we are acknowledging the positive in our lives, it’s harder to dwell on the negative. Let me share my gratitude.

1. intuition
2. perseverance
3. communication
4. awareness
5. community

I am grateful for my intuition that helps me be an effective reader. I am grateful to have perseverance that helps me to keep trying until I can overcome obstacles. I am grateful for communication which allows me to effectively share my insights with others. I am grateful to be aware that there is great abundance in my life. I am grateful for a community where my gifts are accepted and acknowledged.

I suggest that everyone tries to write a gratitude list. See what comes into your life when you do!

I will be reading at Cafe Tu Tu Tango this Saturday and Sunday. Come out and visit me!

The Definition of Woo Woo

As I wait at Tu Tu Tango for my first reading of the evening, I am thinking of woo woo and a dear friend, departed too early from the Earth’s realm at the end of January. Kimberly Wade and head of our group. She used the phrase all the time and hence I decided to name our group after her phrasing. She knew there were many people out there who needed a gentle nudge into the woo woo and that it was more than irrational assumptions. She gently showed them potential outcomes and use of their free will in a cosmic manner. I use the phrase as a softening to my readings, a warning that I am about to tell the client something divine, sublime or other worldly!


According to the skeptics dictionary;

Woo-woo (or just plain woo) refers to ideas considered irrational or based on extremely flimsy evidence or that appeal to mysterious occult forces or powers.

Here’s a dictionary definition of woo-woo:

adj. concerned with emotions, mysticism, or spiritualism; other than rational or scientific; mysterious; new agey. Also n., a person who has mystical or new age beliefs.

Sometimes woo-woo is used by skeptics as a synonym for pseudoscience, true-believer, or quackery. But mostly the term is used for its emotive content and is an emotive synonym for such terms as nonsense, irrational, nutter, nut, or crazy.

Like dark matter (perhaps a source of woo woo) no one really knows what woo woo is or it’s true, power, beauty and science. It can’t be seen or easily explained with an experiment or a validation of fact. Woo woo to each person is their reincarnation, their ghosts, their encounters with ufos, their angels and their life after death. As psychics and intuitives we get are more familiar with in our every day life.

About Us

We are the collective group of talented psychics that read tarot cards on a regular basis. There are five of us that take turns during the week to read for fun, entertainment and enlightenment at Café Tu Tu Tango. The restaurant is located in Orlando, Fl. and has been open since 1994. The restaurant is unique to Central Florida for its fantastic tasting tapas food portions, art, dancing entertainment and all ’round funkiness. Wanda Baruch first started the psychic tradition in Tu Tu Tango in 1994 and it has flourished ever since.

As the weeks progress we will post interesting musings of divination, ghosts, angels and many other things. We will also introduce ourselves in more detail and keep you informed about our individual upcoming events. We plan to post once a month but hopefully more frequently.

Thanks for taking the time to check us out!