BE SURE TO COME VISIT
THE CRYSTAL SKULL
SHA NA RA
AT THE NEW MOON EXPO!
NOVEMBER 2 & 3, 2013
DAMASCUS SHRINE CENTER
979 BAY RD
WEBSTER, NY 14580
New Moon’s Psychic Festival & Holistic Healing Expo will be held on November 2 & 3, 2013 at a NEW LOCATION – The Damascus Shrine Center in Webster, NY. Many booths will be featured, including psychics, mediums, aromatherapists, chiropractors, massage therapists, reiki practitioners, other holistic healers, musicians, authors, artists, and wellness-minded retailers.
Barbara Konish is the Executive Director of New Moon, and a highly-reputed psychic medium, Reiki master-teacher, non-denominational ordained minister and spiritual counselor. She offers both in-person and long-distance reading and healing sessions and has worked with people worldwide. Click “Learn More” to visit her personal business page.
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