About Me

After a successful career as a psychic an astrologer (named “Best Insight Seer,” by the LA Weekly — they didn’t like the word psychic) my other career as an artist took off and I went into retirement as a psychic. Not that I could turn off my “gift,” or curse as I called it sometimes, but I stopped doing readings for the public as it interfered with my other work.

I have come out of retirement now because we are on the precipice of a major S-storm which I’ve been feeling for the past few months. As far as I know, and was told the LA Weekly, the paper has never before (or after as far as I’ve seen) picked a best psychic in their best of LA issue which is put out once a year. And lets face it LA is chalk full o’ psychics you can’t throw a rock without hitting one in the third eye. This is part of why the LA Weekly (besides their innate skepticism which I’m down with) they don’t hand that title to people.

Here is the promised scan of the LA Weekly’s Best of Issue referred to above.

Because it’s difficult to read I transcribed it into word and here’s it is in readable form:

Best Insight Seer: Forget everything you’ve heard or seen on those late-night infomercials with Latoya Jackson and Dionne Warwick. Real “psychic friends” don’t need to advertise. Low-key and almost reticent about her talent/vocation, Denise Siegel has been a practicing psychic for a decade. She reads tarot cards and does astrological charts, but maintains that “those things are just tools to help you open up and read the person.” A natural clairvoyant, she says that sometimes during readings, she must go out of her way to be unintrusive. “Sometimes the person doesn’t want to know everything you see.” Sensitive and accurate, she makes you feel at home by her appearance alone. Looking like a ‘50s teenager without being stylized, she has a direct gaze and a gentle, reassuring manner, without being New Age-y. Though many music biz luminaries swear by her she refuses to reveal her famous clients. For hour long readings she charges on a sliding scale.

OK, so I forgot to mention I also wrote a horoscope column for the short lived magazine, “LA Innuendo,” and have published poetry, had a one act play produced by a theater group in Los Angeles, had a band, am a photographer and a visual artist who is represented by gallery 825 in Los Angeles (recently had a solo show there) and had haiku published this summer in a chapbook with a group of other artists. The book is called, “Haiku Not Bombs,” and here’s a link to it, if anyone is interested:


Denise Siegel Author

You can contact me for a private reading through the e-mail: readings777@gmail.com

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  8. Remember in a few years ago when Paulson drew drew the line and only declared “In the event Congress refuses to pass this bale out, the economy will explode?” And the funny part, that made it unevitable for the economy to tumble when Congress objected to go along. The POTUS attempted a similar strategy last weekend with the stress of a weekend time limit but the Reps were happy to rejected his bluff. Now it probably wont be simple if this final deadline is not respected.

  9. Jane Elizabeth Burns says:

    Hi Denise: I’m concerned that you call your “gift” a curse; I can understand why, but I think if you ask (pray) to be protected from all harm then you will be. I’ve never seen demons or the like when I’ve left my body though I have seen things that I wish I hadn’t for instance: in early August 1979 I was leaving New York City to move to San Francisco California, a man I was leaving asked me when we would see each other again then in my minds eye I looked up and saw straight lines of light crossing, but not touching each other. Then I heard a woman’s voice singing so I decided to land on that line (I guess it could be called a ley line). I found myself standing at the bottom of a wooden staircase; I looked up and noticed two rooms on the right hand side of the stairs. I didn’t want to go up there because I knew something bad was going to happen and I didn’t want to see it. I told my friend that I hoped I wouldn’t see him for a long time, because when I did see him again Marvin Gaye’s father was going to kill him, but that he didn’t mean to because he had a brain tumor. So I didn’t go back to New York until June 1983; for some reason I thought Marvin Gaye had already died. Then in December 1984 I heard Diana Ross singing the song I had first heard coming from the ley line. Then my premonition came back to me (I usually forget premonitions once I’ve told someone about it) in full force. At the time of my premonition I was distraught because I didn’t know what to do about it, so I did nothing except to relate it to my friend. I’ve never considered my psychic ability a curse. I later read that my prediction was correct down to the tumor Marvin’s father had. It still shakes me up when I think about it. I feel helpless when I can’t change a premonition; why have it if it can’t be changed?

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  11. Savannah DeBeers says:

    Denise, you apparently are a fraud! I was shocked at some of your comments on Coast to Coast about the election. First, you should have let it be known you are a Democrat and also you are unable to base anything you said with facts and apparently your pred. are less than spot on…
    Maybe it is time you got a real job!

  12. hello Denise, I hope and Pray that all is well at your camp,just remember one thing; It doesn’t matter what people think or say about you,It’s what YOU think about YOU! I’ll Be awaiting your call or E-mail Big Kevin.I’ll wait until the beginning of the End.Please see and feel my comments Denise.Peace,Out,Love the one your with!

  13. Buddhadreamer says:

    Buddhadreamer here. I have to support Denise on this. My own readings are that she is right about Obama. As a European, I think, like most European do, that all American presidents are tinged with an Aura of “Mad Roman Emperor” about them. In Europe, most would be considered openly mad Nazi’s, or closet Nazi’s, that had sold out to the big corporations. Obama, in European terms, is not a moderate. he is extramly right wing. But Romny is considered a dangerous maniac. However, I have to warn: Obama, is now in grave danger. After the huge PR disaster of the secret Romny tapes, what was a very narrow race is now changed again…..Obama, although it will be tight, is now on course to be re-elected. This is not to the likings of certain very powerful people. They will strike, or try to strike, as they did against Kennedy. I am seeing various plots forming, on the extream right, against Obama. Most will not amount to anything, but I would be very careful, if I was Obama, about internal travel in the USA, during the election, from now on. In particular, travel in the Southern States, in the deep old South. There, he is most at risk. I am speaking out as although this will horrify some, it is not as much as they will be horrified, if something happens to Obama. I hope he takles all possible care and precautions, and fights to the bitter end. Romny would be the winner of a disrupted election. Horrors. This would make, down the track, war with the Chinese inevitable. Think about that.

  14. I have thought that also about war with the Chinese, Buddhadreamer, and I think you are right – without very careful diplomacy, there will be war with China. No one with any sense should want that. Of course, corporate big wigs never go to war or loose their loved ones. They leave all that to us “rabble” while they make boatloads of money.

  15. Buddhadreamer says:

    Sadly, the Chinese, with their new leadership, and their new transfer of power to a new administration, taking office next month, leaves America facing a very tough new Chinese leader, who has become very exasperated, as have all the senior leadership, with what they see about america, and they have come to the conclusion that they must take precautions against a possible new extremist American Government, like the kind that might happen under Romny. Also, they are increasingly annoyed at America generally, on the Global stage. China is not wanting a war, but could easily be forced into one, if as you say, very careful diplomacy does not happen. I am very worried.

  16. Even my 76 year old uncle can see war with China coming, if we don’t act very deliberately to avoid it. Unfortunately, almost all American goods – both military and private- are now manufactured in China. Our own factories left to run down or torn out. There is no way we could jump into wide scale war with China at this time. Not to mention, we owe them a lot of money due to useless wars started under the previous administration.

    Obama is right. The first thing we need to do is to bring manufacturing back to our own country and stay out of other countries civil strife. All it’s done is bankrupt us as well as the former USSR.

    I have no idea why Romney did it, but somehow he managed to deeply offend the UK and Poland. Poland was our ally during the American Revolution. They’ve allowed us to build bases in their country. The same with our nearly 200 year ally the UK – pretty much the only country to stand firm with us through several conflicts. Not to mention, the only European country with a decent sized and functioning military. He just ticks people off wherever he goes. But to be fair, he doesn’t think much of the majority of Americans either.

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      1. Naive, Jr. says:

        Thank you for your message in reply. Perhaps you can locate his lectures on various methods of spiritual investigation since you are interested in this. Please consider the difficulties of accurate translation.

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