Queens woman sees your future in your coffee

Your coffee could hold the key to your future.

Sema Bal of Queens calls herself a Turkish coffee messenger, using her homemade brew to predict what's next for her clients.

“I use about 3 pounds (of coffee) a week,” Sema Bal stated.

Some say it's a process that works after she successfully predicted the future for the women on Bravo's "The Real Housewives of New York City." 

Here's how it works: You're given a small cup of coffee, which you drink until all that's left is a thick, muddy residue.

Then, Ms. Bal then pours out the coffee grounds, analyzing the patterns left behind on the cup.

Finally, you stamp the coffee grounds with your thumb. This mark says it all giving the messenger a deeper understanding of your thoughts and feelings.

People from all around the country began to show interest, offering $1,000 for a reading.

Bal, who is now booked until 2017, said she is keeping her price at $150 for an hourlong session.

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