Best Psychic on Long Island

by Best Of Long Island on December 22, 2010

The Best Psychic on Long Island award should come as no surprise to its winner. But for those without that special foresight, we’ve taken this poll to help guide you the next time you need a fortune or medium. We bring you this year’s winners for Best Psychic on Long Island.

Long Islanders voted and Cindi Sansone-Braff is the Best Psychic on Long Island

1. Cindi Sansone-Braff

40 West 4th St., Patchogue. 631-475-4266. www.grantmeahigherlove.com

You usually have to be a psychic to find a good psychic—but we’ve done the legwork for you:  Cindi Sansone-Braff of Patchogue was voted Best Psychic for the first time. Cindi is an entertainer, relationship coach, mystic, professional Tarot card reader and medium with more than 15 years experience. She enjoys helping others and explains why she loves what she does: “It’s healing and makes peace with people.”

2. John Edward

www.johnedward.net

3. Jeffery Wands

http://jeffreywands.com/

{ 15 comments… read them below or add one }

Jeff Este February 8, 2011 at 5:56 am

Every psychic is a complete fraud, Harry Houdini spent the latter part of his life debunking them in a futile search to contact his late mother. James Randi has offered 1 million to anyone who can demonstrate real psychic ability. All of these frauds would be in Atlantic City right now if they could do anything. At best, they’re doing cold reading, and tricks they purchased at a magic shop. Do some reading before you waste your money with these charlatans. This category should be removed.

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Marjorie February 18, 2011 at 8:45 pm

You need to get a reading from Cindi, if you did you would clearly change your mind.
You should get a reading from any of the above before you JUDGE them.
You apparently have issues to take the time to suggest it be removed.
I feel sorry for you:(
If only you had the guidance of one of the above.

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Michael September 26, 2011 at 5:31 pm

I’ve just watched the first episode of “Long Island Medium” and it is a prime example of “fishing”. If this woman is in contact with a dead relative then why is she asking a family member if they have moved over to the other side if she knows they are already gone? I have watched a vast number of programs and visited a number of spiritualist churches and have found the same format. “Mediums” need information and people are only too willing to provide it in the hope of contact, and watching this woman work is, as I say, a prime example. Are they providing a sevice or much needed comfort? One thing is for sure is that obvious or subtle, they rely on feed back. Don’t be beguiled be this sort of fraud, listen to what they say and how they say it, you should find it quite revealing.

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fAYE February 14, 2011 at 2:51 am

you sound like someone like .. criss angel. but i do have to say ive met one person who knew alot, wether he was psychic or it was intuition..

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Marjorie February 18, 2011 at 8:47 pm

CONGRATS CINDI!!!
YOU TRULY ARE THE BEST!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
THANK YOU!!

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Cindi Sansone-Braff March 23, 2011 at 3:47 am

Thank you, Marjorie!!!

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LEE September 26, 2011 at 7:57 pm

WATCHED YOUR SHOW FOR THE FIRST TIME.
OUTSTANDING, LOVED IT….WISH I WERE BACK EAST FOR A READING

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pat October 2, 2011 at 3:48 pm

Cindi really knows what she is talking about, she really is the BEST. I’ve been read. By James Van Praggh, Sylvia Brown, and John Edwards just to name a few, and Cindi outbeatS them all. GREAT job CINDI.

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elena frampton October 3, 2011 at 7:43 pm

Watched ur show for the first time ,great.Wish i was somewhere near ur area so as to get a reading.I would love to find out some stuff as i feel like am going nowhere.thanks

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Sally October 17, 2011 at 10:03 pm

I recommend Justin Terry. Even though he is only 23 years old he is an amazing psychic medium. Here is his website:
justinterrymedium. com

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Cindi Sansone-Braff October 26, 2011 at 4:30 am

As a Long Island Medium, I have delivered thousands of messages from those who have crossed over. They have revealed things to me that I could not have known, and these messages have been healing and informative. I love my job and feel truly blessed to have been given the gift of mediumship.

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Snyda November 10, 2011 at 10:26 am

You dont have a ‘profession’, sorry to break the news. However, I do believe that you have truly convinced yourself that you really have the ability to communicate with dead folks. You keep telling and convincing others and slowly you begin to start believing it yourself, and by the time that has happened, nothing can be done to convince you otherwise. And, if in the back of your mind you are actually still clinging to a thread of reality, and u know your full of it, you simply tell yourself that the relatives of the deceased are being helped and comforted by what you tell them. That may be so, but it doesnt change the fact that you are a liar and a thief. Your ‘profession’ can be mastered in a matter of hours, and is so simple and transparent that even a high school dropout wouldnt have any problems replicating what you do. Its insulting to educated individuals that you and those in your field try to pass these carnival amusements off as if they were real happenings. Give any money you have made back to the community from which you have leached it, and find yourself an honest job. The only ‘medium’ in your vocabulary should be “You said a medium fries and drink, right sir?”. Wait, wait, someone from the other side is telling me that your response to my comment will be based in fantasy, and hold zero factual basis. The floor is all yours, I cant wait to hear back from you, I’m sure I’ll be enlightened.

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Michael December 9, 2011 at 9:55 am

The funny thing was as the police officer escorted me to the house he said “let’s see if she’s been spirited away”, (on reflection I wish she had been). Also, my “sitting” lasted less than twenty minutes at a cost £12:50 and that was over twenty four years ago, how much would that be in U.S. dollars today? I think the term “conned” comes to mind! I also think it is as SNYDA pointed out – the word “profession” can sometimes be seen as contentious. Many people toil away academically to achieve their professional qualifications, as do engineers and electrictions and many other true “professions”. Just because someone has income without recognised qualifications doesn’t make them “professional” and if they believe that ,they are labouring under a false premis. When I’ve been looking for a job I have never seen a vacancy stating “Medium required” Politicians operate under the same guise, are they qualified? Of course not, but you believe their crap and still vote for them! The eccence is that you have the blind leading the blind, those who despritely want to believe or have convinced themsleves they do. Why? because they’re missing a loved one or equally need proof that there is life after death because they are scared to die, or just want to believe they will be with their expired loved ones. And we are back to the grey areas. Talking of grey, has anyone seen any little gey aliens lately?

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marie spano October 28, 2011 at 7:38 pm

how much for a reading and what is the waiting time…..thank you

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Michael December 7, 2011 at 1:31 pm

I’d like to clarify a point of my 26th. Sept comment… When I spoke of “Long Island Medium” and having seen the first episode, this medium was not the one I had seen! The one I spoke of had dyed blonde hair with darker streaks and was without doubt a mouth on legs, giving the impression of a machine gun firing words; a prerequisite for “medium ship” I think. Previously, my then wife would require me the take her to various locations where she would watch the local and guest mediums “work”. Being the dutiful husband I took her to her booking with a local medium which lasted for over four hours. Needless to say I became very bored and having a new car I began to experiment and get use to the controls. Flashing lights, windscreen wipers etc. Shortly after this I was visited be a police officer who wanted to know what I was doing there, (try explaining this one Michael!). I was escorted to the house and he made enquiries, and found I was indeed telling the true. I was then summarily hand slapped and told not to scare the locals again. I made an appoint to see this medium hoping for some revelation, what I was told was the biggest load *&^%$ I’ve ever heard with some Arab holding a sword across my chest indicating he was my “guardian angel” and that I have a brilliantly colourful aurora; and a small number of other things that never came true! The proof of the pudding is in the eating although this gave me indigestion. I’m not aware of any empiric evidence that can prove or deny what “mediums” do, I can only conclude that this grey area is the zone of operation to put it militarily. Don’t for one moment think that one bad reading = my conclusions, I have seen host of very entertaining “mediums” that made the cost worthwhile.

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