Santa Barbara Tarot Cards and Fortune Telling
Meet Madame Cominichi, Tarot Card Reader!
Looking for a Santa Barbara Tarot card reader? Madame Cominichi is a truly authentic and delightful Gypsy fortune teller who comes from a long line of Tarot readers and Palmists, Psychics and seekers, and has been doing private consultations for over 25 years. Tarot readings are like joyful mini healings which leave you feeling purer and calmer in their wake. A reading always directs you toward the positive goals, awakening you to the principles of love, fairness, aliveness, and the pursuit of happiness. These readings are purely positive with only the highest principles of love, employed and enhanced by a fantastic dramatic flair for theatrics to top it all off.
Full Costume and Props!
If you are looking for a genuine gypsy experience for your guests, you have found the right person! Madame Cominichi arrives dressed in full Gypsy regalia, with all the necessary props, including crystal balls, candles, pendulums, and Angel Cards for the kids. The Tarot decks used are the traditional Waite deck and the newer cat inspired Mystical Cards deck.
Always Positive and Professional
Prompt and courteous, uplifting and positive, focused and fun, this is a seriously enlightening and traditional addition to your event. Relax and let Madame Cominichi help entertain your guests. It will be guaranteed to make your party a memorable one. You may even decide to make it a tradition for your family gatherings!
New! Wine Cork Reading
Wine Cork Readings of seventeenth century France feature 68 original symbolic hand painted vintage wine corks with beautifully colored original ancient symbolism on fragrant old corks. The way it works is this: the client simply chooses between 5-6 corks individually at random from a cask basket filled with 68 corks. The Cork reader then arranges the corks during which a short and amusing reading is given!
A little bit of history on the wine cork game and the person who is widely known to have introduced corks to the wine preserving techniques of the 17th century Portugal, Spain and France, Dom Perignon. Dom Pérignon (1638–1715) was a Benedictine Monk and cellar master at the Abby in Hautvilliers France. He pioneered a number of wine making techniques around 1670 when he also introduced corks in order to keep the wines fresh and sparkling, and used thicker glass in order to strengthen the bottles (which were prone to explode at that time). He was known to have said “come quickly! I am tasting the stars!”)
The corks remained and had been adopted by the local gypsy population for fortune telling purposes, and as a game to play while enjoying their own wines. Stories developed which tell of each monk pulling 5 corks which they had decorated with signs and symbols most popular of the time, it was an amusing way of searching for answers to daily questions on love and family and daily life.
The puzzles of ancient symbolism can sometimes be difficult to read, but the remnants, many of which have survived, have been deciphered and thoughtfully transcribed into a more modern pictorial game to consider playing at your next party or wine tasting event.
How long is each reading?
Each reading takes between 5-15 minutes per guest. She can bring her own table and chairs if needed. She has a 4 hour maximum event time.