This ‘Fertility Psychic’ makes $12,000 a month predicting pregnancies
Gemma does up to 70 readings a day.
By Emma Dunn via SWNS
This "fertility psychic" says she makes $12,000 (£10,000) a month by predicting when women will fall pregnant and what gender their unborn child will be.
Gemma Martin, 31, uses tarot readings to predict the date a woman will fall pregnant and says she is 85% accurate.
The mom-of-one learned to tarot read after struggling to conceive.
She sought guidance from a fertility psychic who correctly predicted when she would fall pregnant with her little girl, Abigail, now three.
She began offering fertility readings as a hobby before formally launching as a business in April of 2019.
Gemma, from Dundee, Scotland, said: “I had a reading which predicted I would fall pregnant in June 2018 after 18 months of trying – and I did.
“I found it so fascinating, so I wanted to learn how to do it myself and help other people.
“I didn’t expect it to ever become my full-time job and be so popular.”
By November 2019 it became her full-time job.
She learned to read tarot after joining a support group for women struggling to conceive.
“I got chatting to the lady who ran it and found out that she was a tarot reader and would predict people’s pregnancy dates,” she said.
“I found it really interesting and asked her to teach me.
“She did my reading as well which said I’d fall pregnant on 28th June 2018 - and I had a positive test result on the 25th June so she wasn't far off at all.”
Gemma also provides cosmic guidance on relationships, but her most popular service is fertility predictions.
"I do a prediction of when they will fall pregnant and often predict the gender as well,” she said.
“It’s not 100% but all my responses are positive."
“I can only look two years ahead so sometimes I have to say that I can’t see it happening in the next few years.
“People can be disheartened when the pregnancy date is further off than they would like but I reassure them that I can be wrong.”
Gemma does up to 70 readings a day - consisting of 55 mini ones and 15 detailed readings via email and zoom calls.
She charges £18 ($21) for a fertility reading and £7 ($8) for a gender prediction.
"In recent months the company has taken in around £10k a month ($12,000) but this is then split between everyone who works for me and our costs.," she said.
“I love doing what I do.
“It’s an amazing feeling and often I get to follow my clients' journeys and see them through to the birth.
“Following the pregnancies is my favorite part.”
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