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Rev. Justin Terry is a Certified Clairvoyant Medium and Minister with the United Metaphysical Churches, headquartered in Roanoke, VA. He is a board member of the Roanoke Metaphysical Chapel and the United Metaphysical Churches. He is also on the Faculty of the United Metaphysical Churches Seminary.

 

Justin is one of the youngest, and considered by many the most outstanding young clairvoyant in the US today. He resides in Roanoke, VA, where he regularly serves the Roanoke Metaphysical Chapel, the Arlington Metaphysical Chapel, and the Metaphysical Church of the Palm Beaches. He is in demand as a metaphysical speaker and medium throughout the United States.

 

Justin is not a psychic or fortune-teller, instead he provides Intuitive Ministerial Counseling and uses his God-given gifts to bring forth messages from deceased loved ones. As a minister, Justin’s main mission is to prove by demonstration what other religions believe by faith; that life is continuous.

 

 

For more information on private readings, please click the link on the left side of the page.

 

BLESSINGS!


 
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"Justin Terry is the real thing! He is a born Clairvoyant who - in his brief lifetime - has become one of the East Coast's most gifted Mediums. He'll knock your socks off when he tells you your grandmother is present, tells you her first name, and delivers detailed information that only you and your grandmother could possibly have shared."

-Sallie Rush, Washington DC 
(Author, Former Chair, International Committee, National Press Club)