Werner and the team can provide deep, insightful clairvoyant readings, drawing on the energy around photographs that you provide of your loved ones.
Please have the photo of yourself or a loved one ready with you if you haven’t already shared it with us over email or WhatsApp. Ensure that you send a clear photo with your loved one’s full face visible - no photographs where he/she is wearing sunglasses and/or a hat please. Do include the loved one’s full name (first name, surname and any initials).
To connect to the loved one in spirit, Werner will first need to focus on the photograph, and request a few minutes to establish connection. When he is ready, he will begin sharing, discussing and interpreting his interpretations of what is being shown to him. If a message from the loved one comes through, he will write it down immediately for your consideration and validation.
We request that you prepare your questions beforehand so the connection is as seamless and continuous as it can be. For your convenience and preparation, we will provide written notes in advance of our session.
By engaging Werner to do a reading and/or scheduling an appointment with Werner, you understand and agree that Werner is not a medical professional, accountant, attorney or a licensed professional, and hence cannot dispense medical, legal, financial or tax advice. You also acknowledge that any information or advice provided to you by Werner cannot serve as a replacement for medical, legal, financial or tax advice, or as a diagnosis from a qualified and licensed professional in relevant fields.
Readings by Werner aim to provide a spiritual and/or emotional anchor, and do not in any way constitute medical, legal, financial or tax advice. Werner will not be held liable for any damages resulting from the use of this website or as a result of any reading from or appointment for a reading with Werner , or any events related thereto, and/or any actions or decisions you may make as a result, including and not limited to actual, incidental and consequential damages sought from claims of negligence, fraudulent misrepresentation, an act of omission or otherwise, including and not limited to death, injury, distress or loss of income.