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The books on some of the more occult subjects piqued her interest more than boring reference books or histories and Ms Zasikowski began delving deeper into the area.
When she was 18, she began reading tarot cards and learning more about astrology, magic, philosophy and occult religions.
“My job is to respond to that in an empathetic way, but I do try and keep a boundary.
“Experience taught me early on that if you don’t have any sense of boundaries, people will latch on to you,” she adds.
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“It’s a difficult one to explain, really,” she says.
“My interest with everything to do with the supernatural and paranormal began when I was a teenager,” explains Victoria Zasikowski, 44, from her home in Cardiff.
Ms Zasikowski’s mother had a broad collection of tomes on the family bookshelf about different esoteric topics that the teenager would pick up and read.
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