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New 2009 Psychic Predictions

May 24, 2009

New Psychic Predictions made on May 23, 2009 by Pernel 

* 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.

* 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.  = (

* 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.

* Hurricane season will not be  violent as previous years but there will be some massive ones with at least three of them making landfall. One shall hit in a place which has not seen activity in many years.

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

* Newt Gingrich will consider running for the President of the United States in 2012.

* There will be an attempted attack on Washington D.C.

* One of the US volcanoes thought to be dormant will show signs of waking up.

* There will be two very large earthquakes, over 6.0 in the United States causing major damage.

Enough Disaster for now.

Note from Pernel: For those of you who come here to read my web site and my blogs, please take extra precautions from this flu  H1N1 during this upcoming fall and winter. Even though it seems mild now and like it is no big deal, it can mix with the bird flu H5N1 (or other flues) and become very deadly. Go to some of the informational sites and read on how to prepare and stock up your homes. Use the worst case scenario and then if it does not happen, be happy about it.

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2008 Psychic Predictions that have Come True!!

March 18, 2008

Pernel’s 2008 Psychic Predictions featured in the News!

* According to Dove, “Pirates of the Caribbean” fans can look forward to a fourth installment, although it may not star the usual lineup of actors.

Hollywood February 29, 2008: font-family: Arial”>Pirates of the Caribean 4 Scheduled for 2011. It looks like 2011 may be the year of Disney, because the company has a ton of anticipated movies launching, all in the same year. One of them is the fourth installment of the wildly popular “Pirates of the Caribbean” franchise, which is tentatively scheduled for a 2011. release. Beyond Hollywood.

New Psychic Predictions made on August 27, 2007 

* A US Embassy will be attacked.

Serbia February 21, 2008: Serb Protesters Attack U.S. Embassy – Angry demonstrators protesting Kosovo’s independence from Serbia attacked the U.S. Embassy in Belgrade on Thursday, throwing rocks, breaking windows and setting fires. Serbian TV showed someone trying to set fire to the U.S. flag at the embassy, which was closed and unstaffed when the masked protesters attacked. CNN.


* Flu season will be wicked this year.

Boston March 13, 2008: A Flu Warning from the ER. An emergency physician and chief of the emergency department at Tufts Medical Center, I don’t need news stories to know that this year’s flu season is turning into a bad one; all I have to do is look around my hospital’s emergency department and talk with my colleagues to see that many are overloaded with seriously ill flu patients. Boston Globe.

ATLANTA March 17, 2008: Flu Season, and Vaccine, Looking Worse. The flu season is getting worse, and U.S. health officials say it’s partly because the flu vaccine doesn’t protect against most of the spreading flu bugs. The flu shot is a good match for only about 40 percent of this year’s flu viruses, officials at the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said Friday. Associated Press. 

Are you ready for the Bird Flu Pandemic?

September 15, 2007

This has been a hard week for me concerning the bird flu.  Sometimes I feel as if I am a small voice that is screaming into a tornado and no one can hear me. It is amazing to me how many people know nothing about the bird flu at all.  Some people have heard of it and when I mention it they say, “Oh…isn’t that over in Asia?”  or “It will never come here to America! I will not worry about it unless it gets here on my doorstep and then I can go to the store to get what I need.”  Apparently they have never seen a panic run. They do not have a clue about what the bird flu is and what is actually going on.  Why is this?  Could it be that the topic of bird flu has almost virtually dropped out of the media?   

On the rare occasion when someone does listen to what I am trying to tell them, they have asked me what I am doing for protection of my family.  I then share that all of us wear lockets with this special prayer in them:   Also it is recommended to place this specific prayer in their homes and cars. 

For those with young children, I advise them to  read this article at this website and get some of the tea that the article recommends:  Hey, there is no cure for this bird flu and there will not be a vaccination for months. So these things I’ve mentioned are worth a try and if it works, well no need to say more.  I also tell them to stock up their homes. They need to make sure they have lots of water, food and that there are things for their pets to eat as well.  Most of the time they look as if I have just slapped their face and say, “Why aren’t we hearing about this on T.V. if this bird flu is such a big threat?”   I tell them I believe that it is not in the media much to keep people from panicking.   

I have to wonder what is the lesser of the two evils. Ignore the bird flu or make it well known to the general public?  Honestly shouldn’t people be more informed?  For instance, this week a friend of mine received a packet from her work which outlined all the previous flu pandemics, how many people got it in her geographic area and how many of them died.  These workers were generously given two weeks off from work to get through the upcoming bird flu pandemic.  Two weeks?  From which wave one or two, or three?  They were led to believe there would be one wave of the flu pandemic and then life would go on as usual.  Just two weeks?  That is insane.    Work with people, tell them the truth, let them see the facts and figures, then only offer them two weeks to get over this pandemic?  I have to wonder when the time comes and they find out the real truth, how many of them will return in the allotted two week span?  Not many I bet.  Personally, I would be calling in and saying, “I am not coming back until I know the bird flu is gone so my job can go to someone braver than me.”   

I plan on using my father’s method that his mother did to survive the Spanish flu – stay home, wear religious medals, pray a lot, do not listen to the reports but watch what is going on around me and utilize my own judgment as to when it is safe to go out again.   .    

Bird Flu Personal Stories: Why Pernel cares …

September 7, 2007

Many people have written to me and asked why I have such an interest in the bird flu.  So, I thought I would answer all of the responses in one response.   

My father was born in Belgium in 1906.  When the Spanish flu came through in 1918-1919, (see Note 1) he came down with the flu and so did his brothers and sisters.  My grandmother called the Dr. as she was in terror of losing her family again.  Previously, she had lost all of her first 6 children to the plague.  The Dr. arrived and told my grandmother that he would be back in the morning.  Upon returning as promised in the morning, he asked my grandmother what time the children had died.  She informed him that the children were all still alive.  The Dr. was totally shocked that they had survived the Spanish flu.   

My father talked a lot about this devastating flu.  He told us that when he was well from his bout of sickness, he walked around to help others. He remembered seeing all the dead bodies in the street.  My father said that people were sick and dying everywhere.  It was further added that he had never been so sick in his entire life.  This flu felt like as if his body was being ripped apart and he desired to die to end the torment.  He said when it was all over with for the family, they prayed very hard for the people who were still getting sick and dying.  He use to say that he hoped this devastating flu would never return since it left a scar on his heart that would never heal.   

Next, the Asian Flu (see Note 2) hit my residential area in about 1957-58.  I was one of the unfortunate people to come down with this flu.  I can remember lying in bed and crying as I hurt so badly.  I couldn’t tell where I hurt the most, everything hurt.  My father snuck me a Hershey bar and even as precious as a candy bar was to a house of 16 children, I never got to eat it because the feverish heat from my body melted it.  I don’t remember a lot about this Asian flu. I just know I prayed a lot and cried a lot.  I couldn’t keep anything down and really didn’t want anything but cool water which stayed down for seconds.  I remember when the fever broke which allowed me to finally come back consciously into the real world.  I tried to get up on my elbows to look around but I was so physically weak. I could not rise up out of the bed.   

Then in 1968, I came down with the Hong Kong Flu (see Note 3).  My fever was so high that my family rushed me to the hospital.  The Drs. sent me back home and told them if I lived through the night that I would make it. I felt so sick.  I was freezing and so hot at the same time that I couldn’t stand it.  I wasn’t able to eat or drink.  The hospital was so full of people needing help and no beds were left.  At home, I laid on the floor, covered up with every blanket I could find and hallucinated throughout the night.  The severe fever broke on the third day.  Due to the exhaustion, it took a couple additional days before I could move around and even get up into a sitting position.  This flu drained me totally.   

Having been personally through two pandemic flu outbreaks and surviving them, it has left me with the knowledge of what they are capable of.  I remember the stories my father told of the Spanish flu about the damage it did to his town and the people in Europe.  Some things you never forget and the emotional pain in my father’s eyes when he spoke of it told more than the stories themselves.  I could not imagine the horror he went through when he spoke of losing friends and family and the people being so lost and desperate.  He talked of how the constant screams of despair could be heard through the night.   

Now I am a mother with a 13 year old and 15 year old still at home.  I also have 3 adult children, 13 grandchildren and many other people in my life that I love and care about.  You bet that this bird flu is on my priority list of things to watch very carefully.  I never want my children to go through what I did or what my father experienced.  They are the reasons that I monitor this current avian flu very carefully. How I do this is by watching the developments, use the knowledge of the past along with what is happening now to try and stay on top of it.  I know that there is nowhere to hide from a super flu.  No one can escape it but we can sure fight it every way we can.  People have survived it once, we can do it again though we need to be prepared, ready and understand that it will not be an easy battle to win.  Also, in one way or another it will touch every one of us.    

  Note 1: The 1918 flu pandemic, commonly referred to as the Spanish flu, was a category 5 influenza pandemic caused by an unusually severe and deadly Influenza A virus strain of subtype H1N1. Many of its victims were healthy young adults, in contrast to most influenza outbreaks which predominantly affect juvenile, elderly, or otherwise weakened patients.  The Spanish flu pandemic lasted from 1918 to 1919. Older estimates say it killed 40–50 million people[1] while current estimates say 50 million to 100 million people worldwide were killed.[2] This pandemic has been described as “the greatest medical holocaust in history” and may have killed as many people as the Black Death.[3]

Note 2: The “Asian Flu” was a category 2 flu pandemic outbreak of avian influenza that originated in China in early 1956 lasting until 1958. It originated from mutation in wild ducks combining with a pre-existing human strain.[3] The virus was first identified in Guizhou.[4] It spread to Singapore in February 1957, reached Hong Kong by April, and US by June. Death toll in the US was approximately 69,800.[3] Estimates of worldwide infection rate varies widely depending on source, ranging from 1 million to 4 million.

Note 3: The Hong Kong Flu was a category 2 flu pandemic caused by a strain of H3N2 descended from H2N2 by antigenic shift, in which genes from multiple subtypes reassorted to form a new virus. The Hong Kong Flu pandemic of 1968 and 1969 infected an estimate 500,000 with a low death rate[2][3]. In the US, 50 million were infected with an estimated 33,000 deaths[4].

Both the H2N2 and H3N2 pandemic flu strains contained genes from avian influenza viruses. The new subtypes arose in pigs coinfected with avian and human viruses and were soon transferred to humans. Swine were considered the original “intermediate host” for influenza, because they supported reassortment of divergent subtypes. However, other hosts appear capable of similar coinfection (e.g., many poultry species), and direct transmission of avian viruses to humans is possible. H1N1 may have been transmitted directly from birds to humans (Belshe 2005). [5] The Hong Kong flu strain shared internal genes and the neuraminidase with the 1957 Asian Flu (H2N2). Accumulated antibodies to the neuraminidase or internal proteins may have resulted in much fewer casualties than most pandemics.