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The Fortune Teller The Fortune Teller by Gwendolyn Womack
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“Always remember the answers come not from the rock, the teacup, the shell, or the cards. The answers come from you.”
Gwendolyn Womack, The Fortune Teller
“Zubaidah wore so much jewelry that two servants had to help her stand.”
Gwendolyn Womack, The Fortune Teller
“This “holy man,” a peasant from Siberia, had somehow gained entry to the highest levels of St. Petersburg society by preaching that people should sin as much as possible to find their path to God. He fully embodied his mantra by drinking to excess and hosting orgies at his home.”
Gwendolyn Womack, The Fortune Teller
“Squeals of laughter erupted from the women in the parlor as Rasputin squeezed their breasts. “I can measure your spirit this way,” he explained.”
Gwendolyn Womack, The Fortune Teller
“On any one street people could pray to a variety of deities, Zeus and Jupiter, Isis and Osiris, the Jewish god Yahweh, the Persian god Mithra, or Serapis, a god the Ptolemies introduced to bind themselves to the Egyptians and their mysticism.”
Gwendolyn Womack, The Fortune Teller
“To divine is to imagine the world rightly, to see past the illusion that we are separate from the entire fabric of reality.”
Gwendolyn Womack, The Fortune Teller
“Divination is a mirror, reflecting what is here and here,” Kezia would tell her, pointing to Nettie’s heart and head. Nettie nodded like a solemn student.

“Whatever the cards show you, always trust the words that well inside you. The truth is waiting to be heard. Never doubt it.”
Gwendolyn Womack, The Fortune Teller