Psychic and supernatural ability may have a long list of scoffers, but consulting with media is growing in popularity and has persisted in popularity since ancient times. The modern psychic services industry in the US. it is growing, with annual growth of 2% from 2013-2018, and $ 2 billion in revenue by 2018.
In times past, having a link to the spiritual world was a highly respected practice, allowing people to communicate with the dead and be sure about the future. The CIA has even published a list of guidelines for when psychics should be called into action for active investigations and what have contributed to investigations in the past.
These are some of the best known predictions that have come true over the years, and a little bit about the highly respected psychics who predicted them.
1. Election and Assassination of JFK
Jeane Dixon, “The Lady of Washington”, a devout Roman Catholic born in 1904 and raised in California, discovered her gift when a so-called” Gypsy ” gave her a crystal ball and read her palm. That same woman predicted that she could become a famous seer and advise powerful people. In fact, she did, eventually acting as a psychic consultant for both Richard Nixon and Nancy Reagan.
In 1954 Jeane Dixon predicted that the 1960 presidential election would be” dominated by work and won by a Democrat “who would then” be killed or die in office.The Democrat to win that election? John F. Kennedy, who was killed in Dallas, Texas, near the end of his first term. On November 22, 1963, he told his friends that the president would be killed in Dallas that same night. She is said to have predicted the assassination of Martin Luther King and Gandhi, as well as the suicide of Maryln Monre and the racial riots of the 1960s.
However, there is a bit of conflict. It is said that Jeane reversed his prediction as the 1960 elections approached, claiming that Nixon would surely win. He also predicted that the assassination attempt (of the then nameless winner of the 1960 elections) would possibly occur during his second term. His additional predictions for the future (between 2020 and 2037) include the reign of an antichrist, the invasion of the Middle East by a Russian army, a nuclear holocaust, and the birth of a messianic Middle East figure, who will bring together the world’s religions and create peace.
2. 1666 Great Fire in London
“The blood of the righteous shall be demanded of London
Burned by fire in ‘ 66
The Old Lady will fall from her high place
And many of the same sect will be killed.”
Nostradamus, a French astrologer, physician and seer, is best known for his collection of 942 prophetic quartets, including this earlier one, referring to a fire in London in ‘ 66. It is said that the “blood of the righteous” refers to rats, bearers of the outbreak of plague that preceded the Great Fire.
Scholars are quick to point out that English translations of their works are of poor quality, and most translators are not experts in medieval French. Translations are misinterpreted in order to make prophecies fit. However, his poetic works touch many future events with different notable details. Catherine de ‘ Medici was a supposed fan, making him her advisor and Doctor of her children and many of her poems resemble future events (now past).
The Great Fire of London started in a bakery in Pudding Lane shortly after midnight of Sunday 2 September 1666. The wind fanned the fire throughout the city, largely forested and full of people. Consumed 70,000 homes, 87 parish churches and the Cathedral of St. Pauls. There were only 6 verified deaths, although this number is suspected to be low due to a lack of information on lower-and middle-class deaths at the time.
3. The French Revolution and Napoleon’s Rise
Nostradamus attacks again, with quartets that apparently refer directly to the French political upheaval of the 18th century.
“Of the enslaved population, songs,
Songs and demands
While princes and Lords are held captive in prisons.
These will be in the future for headless idiots.
Be received as divine prayers.”
This refers to the peasant revolution of 1789. The aristocracy was dethroned and imprisoned in the Bastille, eventually in front of the guillotine, which beheaded them.
“PAU, NAY, LORON will be more of fire than blood,
To swim in praise, the great to flee to the confluence.
He will refuse entry to the Piuses,
The depraved and the Durance will keep them imprisoned.”
Reorganize the letters of the first 3 words (which are names of places), explains Napaulon Roy or Napoleon The King. More of fire than of the blood could refer to the lineage-not the real Napoleon, and the entry denied the Piuses refers to his imprisonment of the Popes, both Pius VI and VII.
Like Dixon, Nostradamus also predicts an apocalyptic war, spanning the whole of Europe and lasting 27 years. British psychic Craig Hamilton-Parker warns that his quartets include the re-election of U.S. President Donald Trump and the imminent assassination attempt in his second term, an American treaty with Russia similar to that of North Korea and Kim Jong-un, and the first rumors of a war in the Middle East.
4. September 11 and the Rise of ISIS
The blind Bulgarian mystic ” Baba Vanga “is credited with warnings of” a great Muslim war ” and the invasion of Europe that culminated in the establishment of an Islamic caliphate in 2043. It was visited by the Bulgarian Tsar Boris III during World War II. She later served as an adviser to the leaders of the Bulgarian Communist Party and gained the trust of many foreign and domestic politicians. She reportedly said ” Horror, horror! The American brothers will fall after being attacked by steel birds.”
Vanga moved away from the interviews, but is said to have claimed that the area around his home attracts unexplained cosmic forces. She was blinded by a windstorm that struck southern Bulgaria as a child, and has since shown her gifts to the world, welcoming various politicians and diplomats, among many writers and actors. It is said that he also predicted that the 44th president of the United States would be African-American.
However, some of his predictions are disputed, as he also claimed that Barack Obama would be the last president, and that there would be a nuclear war between 2010 and 2016, leading to the abandonment of Europe; some suggest that this refers to Brexit. Looking ahead, he predicted that aliens will help civilization live underwater in 2130 and that a 10-year-old blind girl in France would inherit her gift shortly before she died in 1996.
5. The 2004 Tsunami
The” Boxing Day tsunami ” was the deadliest in recorded history, killing 230,000 people within hours in Thailand, Sri Lanka and Indonesia. The quake lasted more than 10 minutes along a 900-mile stretch along the tectonic plates between India and Australia. The ocean floor was forced to rise about 130 feet, creating massive “undulations”, 100-foot mountains of water.
Baba Vanga also reported this in advance, stating that there would be a “big wave” that would cover “big coats, covering people and peoples and causing everything to disappear underwater. He also predicted another by 2020, which could wipe out Pakistan, India, parts of China, Japan and Indonesia, along with parts of Alaska. On the positive side, she predicted the end of global hunger between 2025 and 2028, so things are already looking up.
While we cannot be sure that these famous mystical predictions were not the result of the Jeane Dixon Effect , in which people loudly promote the right predictions and ignore the false ones. On the other hand, each of these known soothsayers has blatantly predicted unusual events, not just a routine fluke that could happen at any time.
According to The New York Times, MaryAnne DiMarkc, a medium and author of “believing, asking, acting,” says her clients are increasingly not looking for predictions. “They come to me and say,’ Do I have so many things in my life? Can you teach me how to make the connection so that I can make the transformation happen…for the better?’”
Does it matter if these predictions, and the others made by their owners, are accurate? Probably not. online psychic readings and media are increasingly popular as clairvoyant healers and guides, helping people answer big life questions. Is there life after death? What connection do I have with the people around me? Why am I here, doing what I do? What’s next?