“GETTING TO KNOW YOU. IF THERE IS A CODE OF LIFE, JACK TAFOYA HAS BROKEN IT.” Times Crescent, Maryland.
“HE’LL TELL YOU ABOUT YOURSELF. THAT HE HAS AN INSIGHT INTO PEOPLE AND THEIR PROBLEMS IS READILY APPARENT”. Maryland Indiana News.
“HIS PERFORMANCE IS CONVINCING. HE GIVES AN ILLUSION OF PERFORMING MAGIC AND HE DOES IT, NOT WITH MIRRORS OR CRYSTAL BALL, BUT WITH NUMBERS” Triangle Review, Colorado
These are just three of the many major newspaper articles written about Jack Tafoya’s work.
One east coast newscaster described Tafoya as “a mediator for humanity with a message for the masses. However, it’s not numerology, astrology, mindreading or fortune telling. It’s a complicated numerical system based on a person’s birthdate.” Cindy Hasty, a Cheyenne Wyoming resident and mother of two children said Tafoya told her many things about her past life that “even my mother didn’t know, that my father wanted me to be a boy, and had a boy’s name all picked out for me. My father confirmed it. I am a tomboy for sure. I think he is an amazing individual,” she said. “He’s an asset to the human race and I think he has a gift from God.”
Tafoya said “If everyone has the knowledge of numbers I’ve unveiled, then no one can take advantage over another. This knowledge could help to bring in more peace to the world. It would banish fear through the elimination of ignorance. Everyone can learn how to know and understand each other better.”
Jack left his successful career as a jazz musician, vocalist and television show host in New York City, a career in which Mike Wallace of 60 Minutes credited him with “singlehandedly reviving jazz.” Jack said. “I’ve always believed that someday, I could bring forth this knowledge that would benefit humanity.”