Gianmarco Battista is an enigma. He has rarely made an appearance outside of Europe, so if you want to speak to him person, you’re going to have to make a trip to Venice. This may just be a feature of who he is rather than a distaste for the Americas. According to the story, he first began having psychic experiences as a small child while walking along the canals. On the way to school, church, or running deliveries for his father’s shop, he’d hear voices, as if the water was a microphone for the dead. And this makes sense: water actually is a conduit for spirits, and being surrounded by canals like that can make a sensitive child a medium in no time. A place like Venice is bound to create to psychics.
Battista became a clairvoyant and psychic. I suppose he didn’t have much choice in the matter, but for some, the work chooses you. Luckily, someone, somehow convinced him to put his services online, because otherwise, most of the world wouldn’t know about Venice’s best kept secret.
Gianmarco Battista’s mystique doesn’t wane once you contact him, either. Be prepared to hear things you may not want to hear. A medium shouldn’t sugar coat or retranslate what the spirits say in order to spare feelings, and Battista seems to take this to heart. He may not be everyone’s cup of tea, but for those who want a raw, honest reading – and don’t mind that his English isn’t always the best - then Battista’s their man.