Saturday, December 19, 2009

Sylvia Browne's preditions for 2010

And now boys and girls, let's find out what will happen next year. Just kidding.

I remember watching Sylvia Browne's appearances on the Montel Williams show. He seemed to have enough faith in her to bring her back again and again.

Just how spot on is Sylvia?

When Shawn Hornbeck was abducted his parents where frantic just like any other parent would be. There were thousands searching for him for literally years. They were given the chance on national TV to hear her prediction for Shawn and she told them that Shawn had passed over and was no longer with us. No one knows how that effected especially his mother. Five years later Shawn was found alive.

Always one to help grieving parents Sylvia informed the parents of Ryan Katcher that he had been murdered and could be found in an iron mine shaft a few miles away from the Katcher home. In truth he was found in his truck in a pond in Illinois and had died of drowning

Here's her manager taking up for her:

There is of course the case of the Sago Miners. On January 3, 2006, Browne was a guest on the U.S. radio program Coast to Coast AM with George Noory. At the start of the broadcast it was believed that 12 of 13 miners trapped by the Sago Mine disaster had been found alive. When Noory asked Browne if she had had any psychic premonitions regarding the men -- if she had felt "that this was a very gloomy moment -- and that they might have all died?" she replied, "No, I knew they were going to be found." Later in the program it was revealed that the earlier news reports had been in error, and only one of the men was believed to have survived. At this point Browne was alleged to have contradicted her earlier statement, stating that "I don't really think there's anybody alive", and, "How crazy for them to report that they were alive when they weren’t!" Browne later argued that she had never specifically stated that the miners would be found alive, only that they would be found, and that she was referring to the bodies of the dead miners being found.

Here are my predictions:

1. The weather will change, sometimes on a daily basis. There will be rain, snow, drought, tornadoes, and hurricanes at various locations around the world.
2. There will be violent crimes against women.
3. The President will sign bills that will make some people angry.
4. Some politicians will lose their seats in elections this year.
5. Finally, I predict, that there will be children born throughout the world on a daily basis.

So enjoy Sylvia's predictions. Just because I might be a doubting Thomas doesn't mean you can't believe. I've given her a fair chance, read her books (checked out from the library in an effort to be fair and balanced) and I'm sorry I am just not a believer

I will check back to see how I did. What are your predictions for the new year?

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