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The Malibu Times
Malibu Psychic Shares Views on 2002
Averi Torres, beginning her 22nd year as Malibu's Resident
Psychic, does not make predictions; she is not a
fortuneteller. She believes in free will and choice.
Nonetheless, she is globally renowned for her guidance to
clients, a list that reads like a Who's Who of international
leaders in government, industry and entertainment. At the
end of each year, she intuits for readers of The Malibu
Times what she sees in the New Year ahead.
"In 2002," she says, "there will be an even
stronger than usual need for self-discipline and
self-control. It will be an important year to maintain inner
balance and not look outside to blame others. There will be
an even greater need to take personal responsibility for
one's experiences and to understand the spiritual
cause-and-effect of the events of your life."
Averi sees that during the year 2002, more people will grasp
the meaning of their soul's mission and finally comprehend
the spiritual wisdom that was masked by solely focusing on
Averi believes that to make the most of the coming year we
will have to create strong foundations in our personal and
business lives that will be needed for the challenging days
ahead. "That which is created in 2002 will last a
"Money and finances need to be handled
pragmatically," she says, "with savings being a
priority. 2002 will be a good time to invest in education,
personal spiritual growth and a new home."
"The stock market will remain volatile," she says.
"You will need a balanced life and a balanced
portfolio." She sees positive gains in blue chip tech,
healthcare, pharmaceutical and financial stocks,
"especially by the third quarter of the year."
For the Malibu community she sees the following in the year
2002: The recently defeated "Parks" bond will be
passed; tourism in Malibu will increase; Malibu merchants
will enjoy a better year than they experienced in 2001; no
definitive agreement will be reached on what to do with the
Civic Center; celebrity purchases and rentals of homes in
Malibu will be at an all-time high; Malibu will increasingly
be "wedding central" as more people choose to get
married here; and lastly, the population of Malibu will grow
more from births than from move-ins.
Averi says that the year 2002 will present "a door of
opportunity through which to pass into a new life both here
on Earth and beyond."