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Norway's angel princess launches world tour

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Norway's angel princess launches world tour
Princess Märtha Louise (left) and Elisabeth Nordeng (right) on stage. Photo: SoulSpring
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Norway's Princess Märtha Louise has launched a tour with Elisabeth Nordeng, the spiritualist who, like her, claims to speak with angels, promising her audience "inner, emotional and spiritual detox".
The duo launched the 'SoulSpring Change The World Tour 2015' on Monday in the northern Norwegian city of Alta, and plan to perform at seven more locations in Norway before ending in Sandnessjøen at the start of December. 
 
SoulSpring's media contact Carina Scheele Carlsen confirmed to Dagbladet newspaper that the duo planned to take the tour international, but admitted that no events had yet been confirmed. 
 
Martin Hovden, a journalist at Altaposten received a “spiritual reading” on stage from the pair on Monday. 
 
“They told me that I was a little immature, a rogue, and that I should reveal more of who I really am,” he said. “It was about self-realization, but did not nothing for me particularly.” 
 
Märtha Louise, the fifth in line to the Norwegian throne, has long embarrassed King Harald V with her claims to communicate with angels. 
 
She set up Astarte Inspiration, her ‘angel school' with Nordeng in 2007, changing its name to SoulSpring last year. 
 
The pair have published two books on angels, Meet your Guardian Angel, published in 2009, and The Secrets of Angels, published in 2012. 
 
“There are an infinite number of angels all around us who want to help us in all circumstances and at all times,” the princess and Nordeng wrote in their introduction to The Secrets of Angels. “They are there for us. They are real. They exist.” 
 
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