Psychic Hall of Fame

Throughout history, people have sought knowledge of future events from special individuals or groups who were thought to have the gift of prophecy, such as Oracles at Delphi in ancient Greece. With that said, foretelling has played an important role amid many cultures such as the North American Indians, Mayans, Celts, Druids, Chinese and Egyptians, just to name a few. The earliest manifestations of prophecy were most often found in the form of magical spells and folk charms. In modern times however, astrology, tarot and other pseudoscientific techniques have gained wide acceptance.

Here are some world-scale psychic predictions that have come true throughout the history:

Michel de Nostradame was a skilled physician who became famous for his amazing success in treating victims of a deadly plague. He made more than one thousand predictions and historians say that over half of them have already come true.

For instance, Nostradamus spoke of three ‘anti-christs.’ He predicted that the second one was “a man stained with murder…the great enemy of the human race…one who was worse than any who had gone before…bloody and inhuman.” Experts are in agreement that the sixteenth century prophet was referring to Adolf Hitler.

He wrote:

Out of the deepest part of the west of Europe,
From poor people a young child shall be born,
Who with his tongue shall seduce many people,
His fame shall increase in the Eastern Kingdom.

Adolf Hitler, born in Austria of poor parents, with his knowledge of mob psychology and powers of speech, was successful in seducing many people. In some quatrains (four-line verses), Nostradamus refers to Hitler as the child of Germany.

He shall come to tyrannize the land.
He shall raise up a hatred that had long been dormant.
The child of Germany observes no law.
Cries, and tears, fire, blood, and battle.

All of these images seem to describe Adolf Hitler. After seducing his people, Hitler ignored all treaties and began a massive invasion of Europe. In the following verse, some experts say that Nostradamus actually referred to Hitler by name but missed by one letter.

Beasts wild with hunger will cross the rivers
The greater part of the battlefield will be against Hister.


Edgar Cayce
Edgar Cayce, also known as the Sleeping Prophet, was an American psychic who channeled answers to questions on subjects such as health,astrology, reincarnation and Atlantis while in trance. Although Cayce lived before the emergence of the New Age movement, he remains a major influence.

It is said that Cayce predicted the beginning and end of both the First and Second World Wars, and the lifting of the Depression in 1933. In the 1920s, he first warned of coming racial strife in the United States, and in 1939 he predicted the deaths of two presidents in office:

Ye are to have turmoils — ye are to have strife between capital and labor. Ye are to have a division in thy own land, before ye have the second of the Presidents that next will not live through his office… a mob rule!

President Franklin D. Roosevelt died in office in April 1945. In November 1963, President John F. Kennedy was assassinated in Dallas, Texas, when racial tensions in the United States were at their height.

Unless there is more give and take and consideration for those who produce, with better division of the excess profits from labor, there must be greater turmoil in the land.

In October 1935, Cayce spoke of the coming holocaust in Europe. The Austrians and Germans, he said, and later the Japanese, would take sides.

Thus an unseen force, gradually growing, must result in an almost direct opposition to the Nazi, or Aryan theme. This will gradually produce a growth of animosities. And unless there is interference by what many call supernatural forces and influences — which are active in the affairs of nations and peoples — the whole world as it were… will be set on fire by militaristic groups and people who are for power expansion.

Maria Esperanza
Esperanza was born in Venezuela in 1928 and died in 2004 at the age of 76. She had her first mystical experience at the age of five with the apparition of Saint Theresa of the Little Lower, who from the waters of the Orinoco River tossed her a red rose. She is considered a great mystic by many.

She apparently predicted the attacks on the World Trade Center — and even ended up in New York on September 11. Months before, she said enemies were ready to attack the U.S. on its own territory. Days after the attack, when “Bin Laden” was still a largely unknown name, she said that a “roaring lion” was behind the attacks. It turned out that “Osama” means “roaring lion.”

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