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British psychic Paula Roberts, whose work is archived at the University of West Georgia, says: “The spirit world is close by. To everyone. Sensing I was not alone, I was made aware at age 4. Spiritualist churches are strong in the British Isles. Sir Arthur Conan Doyle of ‘Sherlock Holmes’ fame was founder of Great Britain’s spiritualist association.

“Your friend Joan Rivers believed in spirits and hired me to cleanse her apartment. She sensed something. I, too, felt unhappy, uncomfortable there and needed to be out of the place. I next learned its previous owner, living alone, was removed by undertakers who then dropped her body in the elevator. Joan called a shaman for a cleansing then summoned me. She was obviously a person who attracts spirits. When one is aware of them they jump in to play.”

Yeah. OK. So tell us about New York — and America.

“New York will have a sea shift. With empty office towers converting to apartments, youngsters who couldn’t afford it before will flood us. As to America, ambassadorships, previously awarded to friends, will discontinue. Our embassies will have envoys with specific knowledge of the country to which they’re assigned. It will help in improving relationships.”

Seasonally employed

NAMES are sleigh-riding again. Last year was Sarah Brightman’s “Christmas Symphony.” This year she’ll deck Santa’s halls Nov. 26 in Bethlehem, Pa., and end Dec. 21 in New Orleans . . . Sarah’s singing about winter and rapper Flo Rida’s new single is “Summer’s Not Ready.” How about Ella Fitzgerald’s “Autumn in New York”?

The world is awakening. Glenn Close grabbed the lead with Peter Dinklage and Josh Brolin in “Brothers.” A guaranteed comedy . . . Timothée Chalamet and Chloë Sevigny are in “Bones and All.” It’s a horror thing . . . Flat out drama? Gabrielle Union doing whatever’s called “The Inspection” . . . “Paradise City” has Bruce Willis and John Travolta together again after “Pulp Fiction” 27 years ago. It’s “Miami Vice”-ish.

Self-made woman

KHLOÉ Kardashian has admitted she’s had a nose job (plus possibly a few filler fillers). Oh, what a surprise. Oh, be still my heart — also today’s Botox doc, electrolysist, dermatologist, cosmetologist, plastic surgeon, hairdresser, makeup artist, photographer, retoucher, assistant, dresser, stylist, designer, lighting specialist, camera man and her mother-hoverer.

Failing grads

IT’s graduation month. Ted Danson got bored at Stanford . . . Candice Bergen flunked out of Penn . . . John Waters got kicked out of NYU for smoking pot . . . Bill Gates? Like Matt Damon, a Harvard dropout . . . Due to a civil rights protest Samuel L. Jackson was expelled from his eventual alma mater Morehouse College . . . Per biographer Dave MarshBruce Springsteen left from Ocean County Community College. Why? “On grounds of unacceptable weirdness.”

Does DA dare he?

ANSWER to what is Vance considering? It’s RICO (that’s Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act). Aimed at a “criminal enterprise” meaning “a group sharing a common purpose of engaging in criminal conduct,” it was the federal act Giuliani used against the mob. Used against seemingly legit activities — some of which are basically semi not kosher — one element is: “The defendant had knowledge of the existence of a criminal enterprise and the nature of its activities and was employed by or associated with that enterprise.”

Question: Is this a stretch by the questioning DA? Answer: We’ll see.

DUE to NYC’s rising crime problem, Biden’s next Hamptons speech will be about taking control of life, mastering one’s own fate, instructing one’s own child, asserting one’s own place in the home — at least that’s what his own wife told him to talk about.

Only in New York, kids, only in New York. 

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