Thanks to Sylvia Browne’s 2008 predictions including the foresee of Covid-19 and other major events that may happen in our future, humans should likely take rapid actions and preservations to prepare for the future.
Every Word Counted
Compared to other viruses, Coronavirus (Covid-19) encounters human beings in unprecedented ways. This threat changes with its genetic strains. Soon, there will be a rise in public awareness about an obscure phrase in a book by Sylvia Browne, one of the few women ever to write a book on the end of the world with co-author Lindsay Harrison. An evolving severe pneumonia-like illness will strike the world around 2020, affecting the lungs and the bronchial tube and restraining all known treatments. This viral video had people shocked to see that it described every detail of the situation accurately.
About the Author
Sylvia Browne, a renowned psychic from Kansas City, Missouri, grew up in the city. As a youngster, she began to demonstrate her high level of psychic ability. She accurately predicted the death of her grandfather, as well as having a baby sister three years in the future.
Browne began her psychic career in 1973 and became a member of the Nirvana Foundation for Psychic Research.
Simon & Schuster claimed that she was a true professional psychic, having maintained required business licenses, being a member of a national consumer protection agency, and donating to charitable causes. Browne worked successfully with police and investigated missing persons cases and other criminal cases.
Browne also succeeded in consulting with the FBI on high-profile cases, such as Chandra Levy’s disappearance and the 1993 World Trade Center bombing. Sylvia Browne founded Sylvia Browne Corporation and the Society of Novus Spirit Church. Her participation in The Sylvia Browne Hypnosis Training Center provided her with unique, proven hypnotic methods for personal and professional use that are taught there. (Simon & Schuster)
She published more than 50 books, 22 of which made it to New York Times Bestsellers.
True and False Predictions
In a 2007 interview, she predicted Arnold Schwarzenegger, a former Governor of California, would run for political office in California before running for governor. Browne also predicted the arrest of two people involved in the Oklahoma City bombings. A beauty queen from Georgia, United States, Jon Benet Ramsey, would never be proven innocent, and the singer Madonna would have a child with another man.
Although Sylvia Browne makes excellent predictions, not all of them are likely to be accurate. Browne’s wrongly claimed sayings led to undue stress and grief for some of his family members. False predictions of the Amanda Berry and Shawn Hornbeck cases are well known. She said Berry was dead, but Berry, taken hostage by Ariel Castro in Ohio, is very much alive. During the kidnapping of Shawn Hornbeck, Browne claimed he was dead and had been abducted by dark-skinned, dreadlock-wearing men. Hornbeck was found alive and had been abducted by a Caucasian man with short hair, contrary to what she had claimed. Additionally, the false prediction of a grieving grandmother of a 6-year-old girl who was abducted from her yard in Texas that she had been sold into slavery and taken to Japan. After four years, authorities discovered the girls’ remains still in Texas after they moved nowhere as Browne claimed. (Hobza & Ballhaus, 2020)
Not About the Predictions, But the Preparations
There are more future events mentioned in Browne’s books that are crucial to the world. Covid-19 was just one example. I won’t spoil the details, but Browne’s general predictions for the future are centered on the world. Natural disasters are about to threaten us in more devastating ways than the current pandemic. There is also a danger of poverty and famine as a result of these disasters. A breakthrough invention of medical technology and communication with aliens are also positive developments.
There may be a connection between psychics and science with regards to predicting and gauging the chances of events. While not all predictions will be correct, the bottom line for our humans is to prepare and execute in order to deal with unpredictable phenomena.