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New York Magazine-
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Francine gives her predictions for various people. Date January 12,
was not a hair on my body lying down....Tesler was amazingly accurate
with me." View the article
Emigrant- "From the way she described him you would swear that
she was the one who'd gone out with him, she was that accurate......her
ability to peer into the innermost secrets was the most common thing in
the world. This is a dame worth visiting.....you are certainly bound to
hear something useful." View the article
More Sugar- "I felt a chill
on the back of my neck that had nothing to do with the weather." "Fran's
"scanner" is more refined." She's the first one to tell you it's not perfect
and the signals can come up jumbled. But, she does seem to get them frequently,
as if unseeing fingers were tweaking the knobs ever so carefully
in an attempt to get a clear signal, that glimpse into the unknown.
IrishCentral- Send Francine a note so that she can answer
Predictions from Pleasantville's Psychic Traveler
"I don't believe that there are magic spells or curses. If there were,
practitioners like me would be millionaires." -Tesler
Home&Away- "Don't take
my word for it-go see the lady for yourself." View the article
Magazine's "On The Scene"
FREEZIN FOR A REASON
Food In Your Future- Westchester Magazine
Westchester Magazine's Mix and Mingle Party
Westchester Magazine POV- After coming down with a case of paranormal
paranoia, one writer puts a Tarot-card reading to the test.
County Times- "We all have free will," Francine
said. "Someone like me is like I-287 on the highway. It leads to all roads.
I just see different ways of getting to a place, but it's up to the person
receiving the reading to get there." In a matter of fact tone, the way
someone else might say, "Pass the peas," Francine said, "The dead talk
to me." "She described the sensation as "a slide show of thousands of
images," and because of her dyslexia and ADHD, sometimes her imagery is
The View From The Porch "To tell the weather- , call a psychic'. Last
week while waiting for the weather to change, I was contacted by a psychic
from Scarsdale whom I'd interviewed for a magazine seven months ago. "At
the time I was very impressed by Fran Tesler's formidable ability to see
into the future." For the record, Fran Tesler, the Scarsdale psychic,
is very, very good. In fact, she is excellent. Fran was spot on about
an arcane element regarding my son's accident last spring when he was
hit by a car. Without my telling her, she knew quite a bit about my mother-in-law's
health. "Life is what you make of it, the psychic from Scarsdale said.'
Perhaps the time is ripe to put it out there ,just in case. After all,
the weather is changing. The curious should contact Fran Tesler for themselves.
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MetroMix- Q&A with psychic Francine Tesler
New York Times-
Having Fun With Tapas in a Flashy Room
Psychic Burger and Fries in Pelham
The Journal News | LoHud.com
Notable Neighbor: Francine Tesler
is Westchester's answer to the 'Long Island Medium'
The Journal News - White Plains, N.Y.
Author: Linda Lombroso
Date: Oct 28, 2012
Section: Life And Style
So what if Francine Tesler doesn't have her own TV
Westchester's answer to the Long Island Medium is just as busy
fielding messages from the other side -- and such a popular fixture at
restaurants around the region, you've likely seen her somewhere, even
if you've never sat down for a reading.
lives in Pleasantville, first became aware of her psychic abilities as
a child. In 1983, she started doing readings on a small scale, and by
1994, she'd made it her full-time career.
Though she gets messages from the dead -- just like celebrity medium
Theresa Caputo -- Tesler is also a "medical intuitive" who's in tune
with clients' health issues. But information comes through in such a
jumbled way, it's often hard to decipher the signals.
"When I dreamed a male in my family was pregnant for three months, he
couldn't have been," says Tesler, whose relative ended up having a
triple hernia. "I had the right idea, the wrong application."
Men, however, do form a large part of her client base, often coming to
Tesler with business-related questions. Women ask about a multitude of
never wants to function as a crutch.
"I make people wait three months between my readings because I don't
promote psychic junkie-ism," she says, noting that there are
exceptions for business-related issues and crisis situations. "I would
rather make less money and have a client for a lifetime."
Clients, however, know not to follow Tesler's words blindly. She is
like a road map, she says -- and it's up to you to choose which
highway to take.
"I'm like an
eagle flying above. I have an aerial view of things," she says. "Just
because I see it, doesn't mean it's written in stone. You have free
choice. Basically, take what you need and leave the rest."
To find out
where Tesler is appearing locally, and to learn about her phone and
private readings, go to
Here are 10
things you may not know about Westchester medium Francine Tesler:
everyone gets excited about her gifts. "A lot of people freak out,"
says Tesler. "My friends say I have psychic Tourette's, because I have
to try really hard not to say things to people."
that places can be haunted, and has seen ghosts more than once. "With
spirits, sometimes they're trapped in a house because they haven't
finished something or they feel they haven't gotten a message across,"
sleep well. Tesler's senses are constantly being bombarded, day and
night. "It's like a day dream in a slide show, very quick images,
fragments, like pieces of puzzles," she says. "I'm also hearing things
and feeling things, and I may smell something. It's a constant sensory
She's only been
to two concerts her whole life: Elton John and Depeche Mode. "I can't
stand loud noises," she says.
Her career has
affected her social life. "A lot of guys don't want to date psychics,"
she says. "Either they're afraid I'm going to read their minds or
they're not coming from the right place."
artist by trade, is dyslexic and has ADHD. "I can read and write, but
when I'm doing the reading, it's all over the place," she says.
don't allow clients to tape-record a reading make her "bug out," says
Tesler. "To me, that's a red flag. If they say, 'Oh, no, it interrupts
the vibrations of the reading,' they're full of poppycock. Otherwise
how do you validate it?"
In some ways,
says Tesler, she's like a doctor. "Not everyone is going to want to
hear what I say, and not everyone is going to be the right fit," she
says. "If somebody says to me, 'I'm dating a married man. Is he going
to get divorced?' and I look at them and go, 'No,' they don't want to
police departments multiple times. "One of the cases I worked on, I
knew the person drowned because I couldn't breathe," she says. "It's
not fun and it's so tiring."
She can't pick
out winning lottery numbers. And she's not able to predict when you'll
die. "It's against God," she says. "I truly believe we can change the
way we take our voyages, but God gives us what we need, not always
what we want."
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