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Amelia Kinkade posters

Birthday

December 31, 1963

Birth Sign

Capricorn

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About

Amelia Kinkade was inducted into the horror movie Hall of Fame last year in San Antonio Texas at a film festival devoted entirely to her, celebrating her cult status as the first female monster in movie history. In addition to her starring roles in the Night of the Demons trilogy, Amelia starred on The Young and the Restless in the late 80's playing villianous vixen, Vivien. Amelia is the author of six books published all over the world, Straight From the Horse's Mouth: How to Talk to Animals and Get Answers (Crown Books), The Language of Miracles (New World Library), Aurora's Secret (CreateSpace Amazon), The Winged One (CreateSpace Amazon), Soulmates with Paws, Hooves, and Wings (CreateSpace Amazon), and Whisper from the Wild which will be published by New World Library in October, 2016. Amelia has toured the world for the last consecutive sixteen years, since the release of her first book, Straight From the Horse's Mouth, and has taught Animal Communication seminars in England, Scotland, the Isle of Man, Switzerland, South Africa, Portugal, Sweden, Norway, Italy, France, Canada, Mexico, the Canary Islands, Austria, the Netherlands, Brazil, all over the United States, and her 2016 tour will include Poland. read more

Her unique abilities have earned her interviews on over 400 radio shows worldwide and appearances on talk-shows and news broadcasts all over the globe including Carte Blanche in South Africa. Amelia Kinkade's horse-whispering gifts won her client, Luciana Diniz, the gold and silver medals in the Longine Global Championship Tour in Rome and Vienna in 2016. Amelia Kinkade is the only psychic ever to be invited to Buckingham Palace to "whisper" with the horses of Queen Elizabeth, 2. Amelia Kinkade is the founder of a non-profit charity, Ark Angel, which allows her to teach wildlife education in rural communities in South Africa, Zambia, and Rwanda to prevent impoverished children from growing up to be poachers.

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