Bizarre: ‘Psychic’ woman claims she knows exactly where her 'past-life body' is buried

Bizarre: ‘Psychic’ woman claims she knows exactly where her 'past-life body' is buried

"I'm a professional past-life healer and I know exactly where my last body is,” she said.

Alexandra Joy, in her new video on TikTok, said she has been a 'lifelong psychic'. However, she went on to share some extra information that may be hard to believe but it has left many social media baffled.

She claimed that she was a well-known person during her previous life and knows exactly where her past-life body is buried. Crazy, right?

Alexandra, who happens to be an actor, said that people visit her grave. In a conversation with another TikToker, Alexandra said she is a professional 'past-life healer'

"I'm a professional past-life healer and I know exactly where my last body is,” she said.

“I also wonder if people recognise me on this app from that past life or some other s***, because you would probably recognize me. I'm not gonna tell you who this is, though, cause there is plenty of trauma that I'm working through in this life. I am proud of myself for succeeding in this life where I was not able to in that life," she adds.

Interestingly, Alexandra isn't the only TikToker who has been taking questions about the afterlife.

Bizarre: ‘Psychic’ woman claims she knows exactly where her 'past-life body' is buried
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A few weeks ago, a man went viral after sharing a bizarre theory about the afterlife that left many confused.

Brandon Monhollen, in a video, discussed the theory he had read recently.

"I'm not exactly sure if this is a conspiracy theory but, I read this about six months ago. What if when we die, the light at the end of the tunnel is the light to another hospital? There we are born, and the only reason you come out crying is that you remember everything from your past life and you're crying at the fact that you died and lost everything,” he said.

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