By Morgan Taylor, Reporter
CONWAY, Arkansas – Johnny Davis is a 29-year-old Tulsa native and a Muscogee (Creek) citizen who claims to have psychic abilities. Johnny goes by his alias ‘Johnny Five’ as a psychic and also as an author. Currently, “Five” has two books he self-published called Sleep Paralysis and Revelation 2020 Psychic Sight.
“I wrote these books to teach people how to cleanse themselves internally, how to see energy with the physical eye and how to meditate,” Five said. “For those with sleep paralysis, I wrote a book teaching them to clarify on this phenomenon and also how to prevent it from happening, as this effects people internationally and science has no explanation for it. Being a victim of it myself since a child, I discovered how to prevent it and what is actually taking place.”
Being victim of sleep paralysis, Five claims he was forced into his psychic abilities because of the spiritual activity that went on when he was a kid and it became part of his reality eventually.
“Growing up it was a little weird for me, I always had trouble sleeping at night. I always saw these beings at night when I would go to sleep,” Five said. “They would you know, attack me all the time. I would tell people about it and even as I got older people thought it I was making it up or something. People never believed anything they felt like was outside the norm and that was my reality.”
In Feb, Five started a business where he provides his psychic services. Most of his work is done in Conway, AR where he now resides although he claims he can offer his services via telecommunication or he may travel if need be. Services include: spiritual coaching, aura reading, oracle reading via cards, house cleansing, barrier protection, nightmare removal, spirit animal readings and crystal therapy.
“I have clients throughout the USA and also in the UK, Germany, Hungary and London,” Five said. “I can connect to anyone anywhere in the world through text, phone, or video, it doesn’t matter. Without knowing any prior information about them I can them everything about their current situation in life, natural traits, if they have lost a close relative or friend and if they have nightmares I can take those away too. I can do a lot of things and I share my knowledge with all, it’s my purpose to serve humanity.”
Five believes by offering his services for free, discounted, or bartering he helps serve humanity is his own way.
“I am very much a spiritual warrior and there is no place I won’t go to help a family,” Five said. “I will even do it for free if some can’t afford it because the Creator will take care of me for taking care of people so I don’t worry about the compensation.”
During his time of practicing his psychic abilities, Five has been ridiculed and called many names. Many have said was a fake but he claims it doesn’t bother him.
“People have called me a freak, some have called me a shaman, they have even called me an exorcist,” Five said. “When people have these negative comments I offer to do a service for them for free to help change their mind. For the most part, I receive positive feedback in my work. Most looking to me for services seek me out.”
The most requested service is the Aura Reading. According to Five, this can be done via social media messaging (Facebook/Instagram), text, phone, video, but best in person.
“Our Aura is energy in color form that emanates from our spines that represent our energy,” Five said. “I have only seen the seven colors of the rainbow, and each of those colors represent characteristics of a person. These are sometimes referred to as our chakras.”
As Johnny Five provides many more services, those seeking spiritual help and guidance or even questions can seek him out through social media where he can perform most services and operate his business. His books can be found on amazon kindle or almost any other online platform and is sold in 13 different stores in Oklahoma, Texas, Tennessee, Missouri and Arkansas. For more questions contact Johnny at: http://www.facebook.com/Johnny52020 or http://www.instagram.com/J5_2020