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Norway's Princess to teach how to talk to angels

OSLO (Reuters) - Norwegian Princess Martha Louise announced on Tuesday that she is clairvoyant and wants to help people by teaching them how to talk to angels.

The 35-year-old trained physical therapist and daughter of King Harald and Queen Sonja said on a Web site for her alternative education centre that she has been communicating with angels since childhood.

The Astarte Education centre which she co-founded promises to teach students to “create miracles” in their lives “with angels and with your own force”.

"I've always been interested in alternative forms of treatment," Martha Louise said in a statement on Web site

“It was while I dealt with horses that I first got in touch with angels. I later came to understand the value of this enormous gift and would like to share it with others.”

The Royal Palace confirmed that the Web site accurately reflected the Princess’s views but declined further comment.

Martha Louise’s younger brother, Crown Prince Haakon is next in line for the Norwegian throne.

The alternative centre’s three-year programme costs 24,000 Norwegian crowns (2,000 pounds) per year.