Archive for June, 2009

2009 Psychic Predictions Come True

June 27, 2009

Predictions from: https://psychicinsights.wordpress.com/2009/05/24/219/

* Expect the flu to go to a full Pandemic and come back in the Fall and Spring in a more dangerous form. Do not take this flu lightly as it will mutate and become deadly. Take time to learn about it and to be prepared for it.

Update June 26, 2009: U.S. Passes Million Swine Flu Cases, Officials Say
Swine flu has infected more than a million Americans, federal health officials said Friday, and is infecting thousands more every week even though the annual flu season is well over.
Times Topics: Swine Flu (AH1N1 Virus)
That total of those who have already been infected is “just a ballpark figure,” said Dr. Anne Schuchat, director of respiratory diseases at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, adding, “We know we’re not tracking every single one of them.”
Only a tiny fraction of those million cases have been tested, Dr. Schuchat said. The estimate is based on testing plus telephone surveys in New York City and several other locales where the new flu has hit hard.
The flu has now spread to many areas of the country, Dr. Schuchat noted, and the C.D.C. has heard of outbreaks in 34 summer camps in 16 states. NY Times                                                                                       

*Summer will be very, very hot across most of the nation but many places will see below normal temperature levels at times. Unusual weather patterns will cause this Summer to be a nightmare. = (

Update June 16, 2009: Shoveling Hail In Sandals? Hail Storm Pounds Parts Of Garden State With Several Inches; Residents Watch In Amazement As Plows Clear Streets

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Parts of New Jersey were pummeled by a massive hail storm on Monday afternoon, leaving it looking as if a June blizzard blew through with inches of dime-sized pellets piling up.

Washington Township residents were seen on their driveways breaking out the snow shovels and officials sent out bulldozers to act as snow plows to clear the streets after severe thunderstorms pounded the region. Children were seen forming hail balls.

CBS 2 HD’s Christine Sloan was in Washington Township and spoke to stunned residents. This as the snow and ice piled up around them.

It was a day for snow boots and a jacket as several inches fell in what’s being looked at as one freak storm.

Plowing snow, ice, whatever you want to call it on a street in Washington Township in June. It wasn’t an understatement to say folks in the neighborhood were shocked. CBS News

Update June 20, 2009: Heat advisory today: It’ll feel like 110 Triple-digit highs forecast over weekend as high heat arrives early this summer.
For Floridians, stifling heat is a summer reality. But a 101-degree Saturday afternoon? That’s out of the ordinary.
The Florida Division of Emergency Management has issued a heat advisory for the area, expecting the heat index to soar as high as 110 degrees today and Sunday.
“The heat index is a value of how the temperature feels and the amount of stress it puts on the human body,” said Al Sandrik, a warning coordination meteorologist with the National Weather Service in Jacksonville.
The service issued the advisory from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. today. Ben Nelson, state meteorologist with the Division of Emergency Management, said he expects the Weather Service to issue an advisory for Sunday as well. The weather pattern causing the heat should continue through Tuesday, he said. Gainesville Sun

* The economy will fall badly again, even lower than last time as interest rates will begin to soar and more and more taxes are leveled against American consumers.


Update June 5, 2009: Interest rates soar on jobs data, putting housing at risk
The Treasury bond market is in cardiac arrest today over the May employment report: Yields are soaring, dealing another blow to investors who’ve been hiding out in government bonds — and threatening another big jump in mortgage rates.
If rising home loan rates price more buyers out of the market, sellers will have to respond by cutting asking prices. Anyone have a better idea?
The 10-year T-note yield has surged to 3.84% from 3.71% on Thursday. The 2-year T-note has rocketed to 1.25% from 0.96%. Yields now are the highest since mid-November. LA Times                                                                                            
Update June 5, 2009: Obama’s Tax Policies. Citizens for Tax Justice (CTJ) has joined forces with a broad coalition of organizations called Rebuild and Renew America Now (RRAN) to promote a simple message: Congress has a whole lot of options to raise revenue to pay for health care reform and other initiatives without unfairly impacting low- or middle-income people and without harming the economy.

These progressive revenue options include both the tax changes included in President Obama’s fiscal year 2010 budget proposals as well as additional options formulated in a recent report by CTJ and endorsed by Health Care for America Now (HCAN) and the Service Employees International Union (SEIU). (See CTJ’s report on the President’s tax proposals and CTJ’s report on additional revenue options to fund health care reform.) Tax Justice Digest

Update June 19, 2009: Obama Healthcare Soda Tax; Obama Healthcare Tax Increases
Democrats are fighting right now over the Obama healthcare plan; as lawmakers seek to find ways to pay for his estimated $1.6 trillion dollar debacle. A soda tax looks like a scenario that could play out, costing tax payers 10 cents more per can of soda; other taxes are also being bandied about.
In either case, new taxes are in our future. A soda tax of about 10 cents a can as well as other sugary drinks is just the tip of the iceberg. Charlie Rangel and the House Ways and Means Committee are weighing their options as we speak. Doesn’t that just make you feel all tingly inside?
Tobacco, Alcohol, probably a fatty foods tax; not to mention an increase in the Medicare payroll tax and some even talk about a type of national sales tax of 1.5%; didn’t Obama say that nobody who made less than $250,000 dollars would have any type of tax increase whatsoever? Oh, I forgot, he didn’t know about the serious financial crisis we would be in, and universal healthcare is supposed to help fix that. RightPundits by Shannon Bell

Update June 27, 2009: House passes historic ‘cap-and-trade’ energy bill. GOP leader Boehner says bill would hike electricity and gasoline prices ( NEW TAXES )
“The American people have the right to know what is in this legislation and, more importantly, what impact it will have on middle-class families and small businesses. In just an hour, we raised serious questions about the true consequences of this legislation for Americans’ jobs and all of our economy,” Boehner said.
Boehner argued the bill, which Republicans have dubbed “cap-and-tax,” legislation, would raise electricity and gasoline prices.
Obama made a fresh pitch for the bill earlier Friday during a news conference with German Chancellor Angela Merkel, calling it a “critical” measure “that will promote a new generation of clean, renewable energy in our country.”
But even members of Obama’s own party — such as House Agriculture Committee Chairman Collin Peterson of Minnesota — expressed deep reservations about the measure, saying it would saddle farmers and consumers with burdensome obligations. MarketWatch

* Obama will make some major mistakes and people’s attitudes will change towards him becoming more negative.

Update June 21, 2009:

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Update June 23, 2009: Obama’s Deafening Silence on Iran
When the east Europeans were trying to free themselves from the shackles of Soviet rule two decades ago, President Ronald Reagan minced no words, daring Mikhail Gorbachev to “tear down this wall” in his famous 1987 speech given in West Berlin. Indeed, Reagan and his successors made sure that the United States was unequivocal in its support of pro-democracy advocates in countries all over the world: Poland, the former Czechoslovakia, Hungary, Bulgaria, Albania, Myanmar, Venezuela — the list goes on and on.
This historical backdrop offers a stark contrast to Barack Obama’s weak response to Iran’s fraudulent June 12 election – and to Tehran’s subsequent brutal crackdown on pro-democracy demonstrators. Immediately after the election, when he had a chance to unambiguously set a tone as a defender of free elections, Obama could only bring himself to bleat:
“It’s not productive, given the history of U.S.-Iranian relations, to be seen as meddling. I do believe that something has happened in Iran where there is a questioning of the kinds of antagonistic postures towards the international community. How that plays out over the next several days and several weeks is something ultimately for the Iranian people to decide.”
It was a weak, wishy-washy statement that only an Ayatollah could love.
The White House followed up by pathetically expressing admiration for the “vigorous debate” that was taking place among Iranians.
Too little, too late. For fear of offending the Mullahs, Obama had missed his moment to lead, and now was following the lead — of the Europeans. Unlike Obama, they were strong and swift in condemning Ahmadinejad’s “victory” and the Iranian government’s violent response to the subsequent street protests.
On June 16, just four days after the election, French President Nicolas Sarkozy stated that “the extent of the fraud is proportional to the violent reaction.” That same day, Italian Foreign Minister Franco Frattini said Iran’s government thuggery was utterly ”unacceptable.” British Prime Minister Gordon Brown bluntly condemned ”the repression and the brutality” in Iran. And German Chancellor Angela Merkel called on Iran’s leaders to “allow peaceful demonstrations, allow free reporting of events, stop the use of violence against demonstrators, and free imprisoned people.” NewsReal

Psychic Pernel is Accurate Again with her 2009 Predictions

June 15, 2009

Predictions : https://psychicinsights.wordpress.com/2009/05/24/219/

                                                                                                                                         
* Expect the flu to go to a full Pandemic and come back in the Fall and Spring in a more dangerous form. Do not take this flu lightly as it will mutate and become deadly. Take time to learn about it and to be prepared for it.  

                                                                                                                                                                         
Update: June 11, 2009: The World Health Organization raised its flu alert level to 6 Thursday, declaring the first flu pandemic in 41 years.


So what does that mean? Flu pandemics occur when a strain of the flu virus mutates into a new form that can spread from human to human and to which people have no natural immunity.
Because there is no widespread immunity to the new strain of H1N1, its effects are worse than the normal flu. It is also difficult to predict which age groups will be worst hit by a pandemic strain.
Why is swine flu a bigger concern than seasonal flu, which sickens hundreds of thousands and kills between 30,000 and 40,000 people in the U.S. each year?
Scientists say it’s because swine flu is killing not only those in “high risk” groups, i.e. the elderly, the very young and those with compromised immune systems, it’s also killing healthy people. Fox News

* Summer will be very, very hot across most of the nation but many places will see below normal temperature levels at times. Unusual weather patterns will cause this Summer to be a nightmare. = (


Update: June 12, 2009- So far, June’s chill is one for the records
The cloudy, chilly and rainy open to June here has been the talk of the town. So far this June is running more than 12 degrees cooler than last year, and the clouds, rain and chilly lake winds have been persistent. The average temperature at Chicago’s O’Hare International Airport through Friday has been only 59.5 degrees: nearly 7 degrees below normal and the coldest since records there began 50 years ago.

More bad weather is on the way Saturday with a cold rain expected to linger through the bulk of the morning. Rainfall could be heavy — especially north of the city, which would be a reversal of Thursday’s deluge that targeted the southern suburbs. WGN tv Weather Center.

* Obama will make some major mistakes and people’s attitudes will change towards him becoming more negative.

Update: June 10, 2009- Some Israelis Insulted by Obama Picture . Israeli TV newscasters Tuesday night interpreted a photo taken Monday in the Oval Office of President Obama talking on the phone with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu as an “insult” to Israel.

They saw the incident as somewhat akin to an incident last year, when the Iraqi reporter threw a shoe at President Bush in Baghdad.

Some Israeli newscasters are crying foul over this photo of President Barack Obama, snapped in the Oval Office on Monday as he spoke on the phone with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. The journalists on Tuesday called the image insulting, since in many parts of the region, it is considered an insult to show someone the sole of your shoe. CBS News

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