27 min

21: Julie Crouse, Modern Witch & Library Supervisor | Greensboro, NC | Part 1 "Portrait Series" by Women Imprint

    • Arts

In this episode, Jessie interviews Julie Crouse, a modern-day witch, and library supervisor who tells us how she came into her practice as a crystal & tarot reader and the difference between the two types of reading as a map to the questions that are asked, and what our higher self already knows in the universe. This episode is part 1 of 2.

Follow Julie Crouse:

Instagram: @crystal.grid.oracle
email: crystal.grid.oracle@gmail.com
website: www.crystalgridritual.com
 

Women Imprint is a nonprofit organization that explores the lives and achievements of women creatives throughout history. Women Imprint’s core mission is fostering more excellent representation of women creatives in the public space. We appreciate the donations from our supporters. Without you, this wouldn’t be possible!

Become a member: https://www.patreon.com/womenimprint
Website: www.womenimprint.com
Instagram: @WomenImprint

In this episode, Jessie interviews Julie Crouse, a modern-day witch, and library supervisor who tells us how she came into her practice as a crystal & tarot reader and the difference between the two types of reading as a map to the questions that are asked, and what our higher self already knows in the universe. This episode is part 1 of 2.

Follow Julie Crouse:

Instagram: @crystal.grid.oracle
email: crystal.grid.oracle@gmail.com
website: www.crystalgridritual.com
 

Women Imprint is a nonprofit organization that explores the lives and achievements of women creatives throughout history. Women Imprint’s core mission is fostering more excellent representation of women creatives in the public space. We appreciate the donations from our supporters. Without you, this wouldn’t be possible!

Become a member: https://www.patreon.com/womenimprint
Website: www.womenimprint.com
Instagram: @WomenImprint

27 min

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