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Cael O’Donnell, a therapist turned “TikTok psychic,” claims he knew two years before it happened when his mother would die after “being told by his spirit guides.”

The 25-year-old man from Mildura in the Victoria area said the day his mother died, he went to school to take an exam, knowing she wouldn’t be there when he got home.

When he got a call from his aunts to say that she had died in her bed at age 44, leaving him and his young sister orphans at age 16 and 14, he was already emotionally prepared for it.

It was one of the many moments in his life that led to him quitting his job in the midst of the pandemic to work as a psychic.

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Cael O’Donnell, a therapist turned “TikTok psychic,” claims he knew two years before it happened when his mother would die after “being told by his spirit guides.”

Cael pictured with his younger sister, Shakirra, who is 23 and 'don't believe in psychics'

Cael pictured with his younger sister, Shakirra, who is 23 and ‘don’t believe in psychics’

‘In my (Aboriginal) culture it’s normal for the aunts to look at each other, they thought mom was asleep, but then realized she wasn’t breathing. She just lay peacefully in her bed,” he told FEMAIL.

Nine years later, Cael has honed his psychic abilities and says his mother is his biggest fan – “pushing him to succeed from the spirit realm.”

The psychic quit his job as a therapist at a mental health department in December 2020 to focus on taking psychic readings for people over the phone and on TikTok.

“It was time to be brave and take the plunge and hope the spots filled up, and they did,” he said.

Cael offers free two-minute lectures on the platform, where he has more than 590k followers, in between his regular sessions with clients costing $405 for 40 minutes.

“I have two booking openings each year, showing the time slots available for the next six months and they are usually fully booked in about three minutes,” he said.

He has a waiting list of 24,000 people for appointments. The 25-year-old used to squeeze appointments on his weekends and after work before moving full-time.

The 25-year-old man from Mildura, in the Victoria area, said the day his mother died, he went to school to take an exam, knowing she wouldn't be there when he got home.

The 25-year-old man from Mildura, in the Victoria area, said the day his mother died, he went to school to take an exam, knowing she wouldn’t be there when he got home.

Some of his TikTok videos have gone viral and have been seen by millions – with many skeptics even “becoming faithful” after watching the young Aussie at work.

His younger sister Shakirra isn’t sold on the idea, though, and “don’t believe in ghosts or psychics or anything she can’t see,” but tells Cael to “be herself” anyway.

“I don’t think she’s convertible, she’s the only person I haven’t been able to convert after showing my gifts,” he said.

He says his job is to reassure suspicious minds and prove he knows what he’s talking about because of his connection to the other realm.

“I ask people to sign up with dummy names and email addresses — that way there’s no way I can Google them for a session,” he said.

Cael with his partner, Jovanny Galdeano Nevarez, also 25. Cael and Jovanny are moving to Mexico at the end of this year

Cael with his partner, Jovanny Galdeano Nevarez, also 25. Cael and Jovanny are moving to Mexico at the end of this year

“Then I like to say things early on that no one could know,” he said.

“If you can’t prove you’re connected and know things that no one else can, then you’re not worth money,” Cael said.

“They want you to know that you are talking to a grandmother who passed away in March 2017 from any illness,” he said.

Cael said the most common things people want to know are their love lives, future children, and contact with deceased mothers and grandmothers.

“I spoke to a woman and told her she was going to have a baby girl in October next year – a few days later she texted me to tell me she took a pregnancy test after talking to me and it was positive . She hadn’t planned on having a baby with her husband, but was so excited.’

Cael can tune into people’s energies and communicate with their loved ones from all over the world.

“I have clients from all over the world, as well as my live audience shows here in Australia.”

Cael never met his father in real life, but said he met him in the spirit realm.

“At first he looked a lot like a dog with his tail between his legs, then he sheepishly said he never met his son.”

“He was a lot like me, just fat, I remember telling him I hope I don’t get as fat as him,” he said.

“But I have a friendly relationship with him now, with everyone in spirit, but Mom is my biggest fan.”

The young psychic believes he stands out for his talents, but also because he is a 25-year-old Aboriginal psychic and a man.

Cael said he knew he was a psychic when he was a teenager and realized that not everyone received messages about things that had happened or were about to happen the way he did

Cael said he knew he was a psychic when he was a teenager and realized that not everyone received messages about things that had happened or were about to happen the way he did

How does Cael prepare to tune in to his psychic powers?

First, I raise my vibration with music and dance.

I like to put on house music like Avicci, David Guetta, Fiasco etc. this helps boost my energy so I can be ‘high vibe’.

I then spend a good 20 minutes in prayer connecting with my spirit guides and native ancestors.

They put me in touch with loved ones who have crossed over or give me information about a client. I seal the talk with a “white light” and ask for divine guidance and protection.

I like to light a candle and put some essential oils in a diffuser. I often spend time talking to your loved one before you even arrive to “break the ice.”

“I don’t know anyone else like me who does this, I’ve never met another Indigenous Australian psychic.”

He will soon be moving to Mexico so that he can be with his scientific partner Jovanny Galdeano Nevarez, who has family there.

“I don’t have a lot of family here and he’s close to his, and it will bring me closer to the American market,” he said.

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