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Turn to "Ask Allie" for life advice with a metaphysical twist! A new age spin on popular advice column format.

“Love or money…that’s usually what it boils down to,” laughs Allie.

She should know. As a Personal Intuitive Advisor, she is continually asked questions that focus on either…yes, love or money.

“It’s human nature, really, to want to know what the future holds,” says Allie. “We either want to know whether we’ll find – or keep – love, or we want to know when/if we’ll have money to do the things we want.”

Testament to the anguish of many is the hundreds of letters she receives for “Ask Allie,” her daily advice column – with a metaphysical twist.

“The power of my own intuitive gifts, with or without the Tarot cards, Numerology, or the Runes help me to reach a deeper level of understanding,” she explains. “Instead of merely giving superficial advice, I can see some of the unseen forces at work around the questioner and then help guide him or her through those obstacles.”

In fact, Allie chalks up her success rate to the combination of her psychic gifts and no nonsense $.02 with those very tools. “Not only can I give questioners a more nuance response to their questions, but I thoroughly explain the method(s) used. I talk about what the cards or runes I’ve drawn mean, or how someone’s number pattern establishes certain themes in their life. It makes for interesting reading above and beyond the voyeuristic nature of hearing about other’s problems.”

“Again, it’s human nature to want to hear what others are asking – and what my advice would be. That’s what makes advice columns so popular- peeking into other people’s lives. It helps us to understand that our problems are not ours alone, that other people have the same problems. It’s comforting to know that.”

“Ask Allie” has shown continued growth ever since its debut in early 2001. In addition to being featured on Allie’s own site, Gypsy Advice (, the column is featured on over 40 online sites with more syndication outlets added daily.

The online market is such a success for Allie that she wishes to move into the print media with a newspaper or magazine column and a radio show.

“Ask Allie” is available for syndication; for more information contact:

Alison Kirby

P.O. Box 1511

Wooster, Oh 44691



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