Astrologer Friends-The Work of David Wells

David Wells' astrology career began with a near death experience. Doesn't it always? David was severely stricken with a bout of pneumonia, he remembers an "old lady" appearing to him and telling him to "go back." The encounter never quite settled with David, especially since upon make a full recovery and returning to the United Kingdom "strange" things started happening and that old lady proved to be not so easy to get rid of. She is now his personal mentor...
Who Is David Wells?

Holding the future right in the palm of your hands-it doesn't get any better than that, at least that's the truth according to famed astrologer, David Wells. And considering that DW, and we "ain't" talking about Arthur's kid sister, is racking in sixty cents on each telephone caller who picks up the receiver in search of their horoscope, it's starting to look like this guy is astrology's answer to the Psychic Friend's Network...or maybe even Miss. Cleo. But if you will just let David Wells tell you, he's just a normal metrosexual with a flair for open collared button down shirts and meticulously hair cut spikey, of course.

Oh, and he just so happens to heavily into astrology with the ability to communicate with the "other side," otherwise known as those who have already taken a dirt nap. The proper label for David's communication talents happens to be "medium," yep, like that dismal television series that plagues Wednesday nights on NBC. And David's role as a medium means that if you've got a dead grandma who has been napping in eternal rest for the last few decades, David Wells can probably arrange for the two of you to do lunch-paranormally, of course.

David Wells' astrology is one of the hottest tickets in town in the United Kingdom with Wells experiencing quite the come up in other regions of the world as well. Why wouldn't he be? David Wells has written for newspaper publications, he has also been the subject of feature pieces in The Evening Standard, Elle Magazine, Zest Magazine, Here's Health, and Self Magazine, the New York City edition. So how did David get his start?

In The Beginning...

For someone who can communicate with the dead and has an eerie connection with the "Sun Goddess," it sure took David Wells a long time to figure out just want in the world (or out of this world) he wanted to do with his life. Born in the land of Scotch (Scotland), it wasn't the stars that David took up with at sixteen, it was the Navy. However, David cites experience odd phenomena even as a young child. He remembers communicating with his spiritual guides during his childhood despite being unaware of just what they were. Serving in the armed forces until the age of twenty-four, David left the service and decided upon trying a chef's hat on for size. He went into the catering business. By 1991, David Well was ready to start sticking his nose between the covers of books again as a college student-still not showing much of an interest in sticking his nose up beyond the clouds....and then there was the illness.

David Wells' astrology career began with a near death experience. Doesn't it always? David was severely stricken with a bout of pneumonia, he remembers an "old lady" appearing to him and telling him to "go back." The encounter never quite settled with David, especially since upon make a full recovery and returning to the United Kingdom "strange" things started happening and that old lady proved to be not so easy to get rid of. She is now his personal mentor.

David Wells' Career in Astrology

It was the, now frequent, encounters with the old lady that inspired David Wells to give up on his career in Leisure Management and focus on a path to self-discovery-apparently the study of astrology and the Ancient Art of Kaballa were on the way to that path. David Wells is now a feature columnist of astrology. He writes a weekly column for the UK's Now Magazine, and contributes daily to the London Daily. In between reading tarot cards around London, David Wells is a regular guest expert on astrology at a number of international publications.
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