Tea Time with Talt
Tea Time with Talt
Learn the ancient art of Tasseography with Talt Shackelford. Tea Leaf readings go as far back as Ancient Greece, and have been adapted into modern day tea leaf reading. In this class, you will learn not only the history of tasseography, but the fundamentals and ability to read one’s tea cup, as well as how to intercept the symbols you see. Tea Leaf reading is a great option for anyone who’s interested in cultivating a unique divination practice with what they already know and use.
Bring a notebook, pen/pencil, loose tea (if you wish to bring your own), a plain tea cup (if you wish to bring your own). Cups are not required. There will be one provided for each student that you may take home after the class.
Minimum of 4 registrations needed to run this class.
About Talt Shackelford:
Talt Shackelford is a gifted psychic medium and intuitive spiritual influencer. He has been offering readings over the past 8 years having studied under Genevieve Hackett, Julie Ann Gadziala, and Diane DiPietro. Being the son of Genevieve Hackett, one could say it runs in the family. Talt was diagnosed with epilepsy at the age of 7 with severe anxiety to follow in the coming years. He has learned through his spiritual mentors to use abilities to not only help him gain control of his life again, but to spread love and light through his readings.
He is considered a master at oracle card readings and is a gifted tea leaf reader, often using them as tools to connect to the spirit realm. Talt is Reiki II Certified, Level 4 Psychic Development Certified and works very closely with the Greek Gods of Olympus, harvesting their wisdom to share with others. He has taken classes from some of the best psychics around, taking their guidance and applying it to his readings, and his own personal life.
Sessions with Talt often include spiritual or personal guidance, communication with loved ones that are no longer physically with you, insight to the present, or all! Please do not hesitate to audio record readings, take notes, or ask for a hug.