I write this letter to you as my last resort. I came to California to be a movie star. I wanted to be like your client Marilyn Monroe.
I am 22 years old. All the agents I’ve met want me to go to bed with them first. I made that mistake with someone five years ago when I was still in school in Rochester, New York. I became pregnant and had an abortion. So no more sex for me for now.
Are all agents the same? Please look at the photo of me that I sent and tell me if I have the looks for stardom. I’m working as a box girl in a supermarket. It seems every (well almost every) guy tries to make moves on me.
My parents are subsidizing my stay here. With the vibes on my letter and photo, please advise me from spirit what I should do. I am a true believer in what you do.
A Marilyn Look-Alike.
Dear Sweet Spirit:
I could never address you as Marilyn because there was only one. You look very much like you would have good potential for film. I didn’t say potential to be a movie star because there are very few true stars in films. But if you could work steadily as an actress, wouldn’t that be wonderful?
I would say through spirit from seeing your photo that your features are good for film. You look just like you and that’s as the Master intended it. There is only one you.
I recall an incident that you may relate to. I escorted the famed columnist and a dear friend of mine, Hedda Hopper, to a party. Many stars were present and a young man came up to Hedda and said, “Miss Hopper – don’t I look like Tony Curtis? I want to be a star like him.”
Miss Hopper’s reply was that there was only one Tony Curtis and that the young man looked like no one but himself. “The movies have Tony Curtis and maybe what they need now is you,” she advised.
Don’t give up, “Marilyn.” Be yourself, and to answer your question, all agents are not the same. They need to find the right person to represent who can help them make a living. Trust me, they don’t make money by taking people to bed. You can find a reputable agent. Trust me, you have fine features for television or film. As long as you have the talent to match your looks, and I feel you do, you can succeed.
Write to me again in a year and I would bet on your success.
I am 29 years old. I’ve been involved with the banking business all of my adult life. The bank I am working for now shows me little signs of possible advancement financially.
I sent in several letters with resumes and I received an answer from a bank in San Francisco. I telephoned the gentleman who wrote the reply – he’s head of the loan department. He told me he was interested in my flying there for an in-person interview.
I did so last week and he offered me an excellent position with advancement potential in the near future. Already the position pays $100 more a month than my current job.
I met some of the employees and we got along very well. The problem is that my family and I (Mom, Dad, and two sisters) all live together now and while they say “go for it,” I’m afraid I’ll miss them.
I’m looking to you for psychic advice. Should I take the job?
After deep meditation the spirits tell me that you should accept the job and go to San Francisco. You’ll meet more new friends and I predict a wedding for you in a year, followed by two children.
You can always fly back here to visit your family. Good luck and blessings to you.
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