Born under the sign of Pisces, and with his singular charisma and unique style, psychic Walter Mercado has motivated and enlightened millions of people with his astrological and accurate advice for more than 25 years. Characterized by his positivism and spirituality, Walter guides his admirers to reach a higher consciousness and the realization of their dreams via a better understanding of the psyche and consciousness.
As a youngster in his homeland, Puerto Rico, he was named Walter of Miracles, "the child who could see into people's pasts and futures, who knew the causes of their illnesses and the way to their cures." But now, seated on a throne, psychic Walter Mercado speaks with a Grand Divo tone and gestures as if he's prophesying the Armageddon, though all he's really doing is reading horoscopes.
Walter Mercado's psychic gift was given from the moment he was born in 1933; in the 1960's, he moved to India where he learned about astrology and how to elaborate horoscopes, but his mystery was revealed in 1975 by a spirit guide. The master of the horoscope wrote in his review about that moment, "an asexual being of light told me that it was my mission to use my powers to help guide others through this very difficult time in which we live."
The Latino psychic has a solid reputation as an authority in astrology chart and horoscope and most of his fame comes thanks to his astrology TV shows which started in Puerto Rico to jump for a wide Latin American market years after. During the late 1980s, he moved to Miami, Florida, where he started to publish and to reveal the daily horoscope to the American public and people abroad. With his charisma and credibility, Walter Mercado reaches millions via mass communication media.
His TV shows on astrology include El Show de Walter Mercado (The Walter Mercado Show), Walter y Las Estrellas (Walter and the Stars), a daily horoscope segment on Univision's news show Primer Impacto as well as his other shows, and Walter Mercado y Los Signos del Amor (Walter Mercado and the Signs of Love) as his horoscope columns displayed in several publications in the U.S. and Latin America related to the mysticism in the East.
To honor the new millennium, the Latino astrologer wrote Beyond the Horizon: Visions of the New Millennium, which reiterates the common New Age thoughts. Beyond the Horizon takes as its premise the belief that we're now in a painful transitional period between the Ages of Pisces and Aquarius.
While the Age of Pisces was marked by selfishness and war, the Age of Aquarius will bring peace, honesty, the development of new psychic abilities and even contact with beings on other planets.
About his book and the New Age's Age of Aquarium, he wrote
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