Warmoth, Ronald Lee
|born on||3 April 1942 at 05:25 (= 05:25 AM )|
|Place||Newark, Missouri, 40n0, 91w58|
|Timezone||CWT h5w (is war time)|
|Astrology data||13°02' 08°50 Asc. 05°32'|
American oil, mineral and business psychic who has a large private and corporate business client list. Warmoth's achievements have been reported in the newspapers and magazines from the National Enquirer to Newsweek. He works as an advisor to the rich and powerful as well as to ordinary people who need his help or wish to learn to develop their psychic abilities.
Warmoth was an average child growing up in Newark, Missouri. His mother challenged his intuitive mind by sealing various pictures in envelopes. He became adept at accurately identifying the pictures by his sense of touch. He went to NYC to study acting but soon became more interested in studying metaphysics. He read Tarot cards for strangers in local New York coffee houses. His reputation began to grow in the city and Warmoth was offered a book deal to write about predictions and the Tarot cards. As he continued to work, he began to see many corporate clients desiring to know predictions in the corporate world.
Warmoth began to develop his abilities in dowsing for minerals. On 7/14/1974, he was hired by Bill Wheeler of Missoula, Montana. The cattle rancher wanted him to find silver deposits on his ranch, about which experts have denied the existence. With a wooden stake, Warmoth found the place of an extensive load of silver ore. He had found the precious pink tourmaline mineral by running his finger over a geographic map of the mountainous site. He has helped archaeologists and geologists locate prehistoric animal bones and early human sites by the use of a hand-held pendulum over a map. His work has sent him to Australia and to South America but Warmoth prefers to work in the privacy of his Hollywood apartment. He believes his abilities are all developed by mental practice and application by tuning into his unconscious mind.
He is known as a descendant of Governor Warmoth of Louisiana who was reported to be the lover of the famed New Orleans witch, Marie Laveau.
B.C. in hand from Tom Csere
- Family : Childhood : Family noted (Ancestor of Governor Warmouth)
- Family : Childhood : Only child
- Vocation : Occult Fields : Psychic/ Medium/ Spiritualist (Advisor to the rich)
- Notable : Book Collection : Occult/ Misc. Collection