Astrology and white sage: today, I immersed myself in the vast world of spirituality by trying my hand at a clairvoyance session on the Châlons Fair. Love, money, work… What does fate have in store for me? What future will open up to me? It is Bergelyne who will try to answer these questions about my future.
To do this, she pulls out a tarot deck. But, not the classic tarot. Each card represents some sort of symbol, or entity meant to say something, highlighted with the others. But first: Bergelyne asks me a few questions about me. Especially my date of birth. I am capricorn.
Your date of birth can also say something about you…
It’s not a discovery, but Bergelyne poses this information. She notes everything on a notepad. Of the six numbers that make up the date I was born, she remembers four: 3, 1, 2, 1. So be it. This is something quite common in her consultations, as she is also a numerologist. But that’s not all. She does several calculations, adds additions and subtractions in her notebook without my understanding anything. The result is the same as if the numbers had been added together: 7. If we are to believe his words: this is a sign that I am a hardworking person. We will come back to this later.
Then come the cards. In front of me, she displays dozens of them. Among them, I must choose only four. The one on the right, the one on the left, the one on the right? I don’t know which to select. My future lies in these cards. And there, I say to myself: I am going to thwart fate. So rather than choosing one here and another there, as most people do, I decide to proceed as follows: two glued to the right, one in the center left, and a last one at the extreme left. Said like that, it sounds like a bad political program, but at the time, it seemed super ingenious to me.
Then comes the long-awaited moment: the moment when Bergelyne announces what will happen to my fate. Remember, already the number seven described me as a hardworking person. Well, according to our seer: it will pay off! It seems that a new job, the one I dream of, is waiting for me. Well then! At the same time, some details of my personal life are touched upon. But, we will come back for their accuracy.
Portrait: the prefect Henri Prévost, devoted servant of the State at the Fair of Châlons
After the gusts of wind, the Fair of Châlons evacuated
The “Holland show” at the Châlons Fair