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Additional 2008 Psychic Predictions Come True

March 21, 2008

2008 Psychic Predictions made on December 19, 2007

* Kentucky, Ohio, Illinois and other states should be prepared for flooding. 

March 19, 2008: Ohio is under water in many places as some of the 3 worst flooding in this century has hit the state.  Unusual high rain falls have aided to the Flooding in Illinois and Kentucky as crews have been called in to assist the people who are stranded in Henderson Kentucky from Flooding.   Fox News 

* A tornado will hit a downtown area.

March 15, 2008: A large tornado touched down in downtown Atlanta Georgia.  The tornado damaged schools, shopping malls and left a path of destruction through the town as it moved through the down town area.  Fox News   

Pernel’s New Psychic Predictions made on February 17, 2008

* Expect a nightmare battle as Florida and Michigan will get their delegates reinstated.  This is all I will say on the political issue as it will be such a mess when everything starts to come into the open I am not touching this subject.  

March 19, 2008: The fight to seat the delegates in Michigan and Florida is at a stand still and according to News sources it appears that it is not going to happen.  Hillary Clinton made an unscheduled stop in Michigan yesterday to try and persuade legislators to go ahead with a re vote but Obama has raised objections on the re vote to stop it.  Hillary Clinton has challenged Obama with his own words to come forward and tell the people of Michigan that he will not allow the revote to happen when he promised he would if the DNC approved it.  For his own personal gain Obama has blocked the votes of over two million voters and has disenfranchised two critical states for the general election in the fall.  Stay tuned as this battle continues.  Fox News

* Fire, fire and more fire.  This season will top all of the others before it for fires. 

March 12, 2007: A very large fire continues to burn in Texas.  The fire was thought to be ignited by lighting and is threatening 139 homes as fire fighters try to get it under control.  The fire is very early for the regular season and fueled by high winds it has consumed over 25,000 acres.  Fox News

* Things will heat up between the United States and Russia as well as a couple other countries.  New tensions will begin to cause some real concerns. 

March 20, 2008: Tensions between Russia and Iran have been heating up over the last few weeks.  With the new man on board in Russia he has raised issues and concerns with some of the Untied States policies.  Problems have risen with China as they continue to build up their armies.  Iran has come out and bashed the United States for not understanding them and their elections as Russian aircraft continue to play tag with our Military ships.  Tensions between the US and several countries continue to build.  Fox News 

 *  The economy will keep a downward spiral and will affect some banks. 

March 14, 2008: The economy continues to spiral down and last week a major bank was on the verge of collapse.  The bank was bought into by another bank for $2.00 a share. Another large back began to have problems as well.  the banks have been gearing up for problems and are telling people not to be nervous and leave the money there and it will work itself out.  The feds cut the lending rate again to encourage growth but the markets still are not responding the way they want them too.  Fox News

* Be prepared for unusual activities with earthquakes and strange storms.   

March 20, 2008: Storms and more storms are raging across the nation and Oregon was hit with an earth quake over the last few weeks.  The storms are being said to be the worst of the century.  Tornados are dropping all over the United States and the storms are so unusual and strange for this time of year weather forecasters are shaking their heads.  It seems like every Tuesday the storms start again.  Fox News

* There will be a large political upset regarding the Democratic party.

March 17, 2008: For the last week new tapes have surfaced on Obama with tapes coming out with his pastor. This has caused a controversy that has made people stop and think about Obama and his electability.  He continues to fall in the polls and against McCain and Clinton and many people are wondering what else will come out about his.,  It has been revealed that Obama has problems with Rezko and his best friend is a terrorist Ayres who was on the most wanted list form the FBI for over ten years for bombing the Pentagon, police stations and other places in the United States.  As more and more is revealed about Obama he continues to fall in the polls and the upset is causing major rifts in the Democratic party.   Fox News

* Watch gas prices as they hit an all time high.

March 12, 2008: Last week gas prices hit an all time high with oil rising to over $110.00 a barrel.  In many places gas prices have reached over $4.00-$5.00 a gallon. The economy is going down and gas raises and the groceries are raising.  Current thought is we are in a recession and economist are trying hard to pull out of this mess.  Fox News  

Psychic Predictions by Pernel made on November 7, 2007   

* We will head into a Depression

March 7, 2008: U.S. Economy Called Worst Since WWII. Today’s economic condition could likely be seen as “ the most wrenching since the end of the second world war.” Wrote former Federal Reserve chairman Alan Greenspan in the Financial Times on Monday. CNN Money

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2007 Psychic Predictions Updates

November 28, 2007

. Psychic Predictions by Pernel made on November 7, 2007  

*  We will head into a depression.

Nov. 7, 2007 (Bloomberg): Dollar Slumps to Record on China’s Plans to Diversify Reserves The dollar fell the most since September against the currencies of its six biggest trading partners after Chinese officials signaled plans to diversify the nation’s $1.43 trillion of foreign exchange reserves. The dollar fell against all 16 of the most-active currencies, declining to the weakest versus the Canadian dollar since the end of a fixed exchange rate in 1950, a 26-year low against the pound and a 23-year low versus the Australian dollar. The New York Board of Trade’s dollar index dropped to 75.21 today, the lowest since the gauge started in March 1973. By Agnes Lovasz and Stanley White

Nov 15, 2007  WASHINGTON (Reuters) by Mark Felsenthal: Consumer prices up sharply as jobless claims rise. U.S. consumer prices rose briskly last month on energy costs, but outside volatile energy, inflation was largely contained, leaving room for the Federal Reserve to cut interest rates to bolster a slowing economy. A second government report on Thursday showed an unexpectedly steep rise in initial claims for jobless benefits last week, a suggestion the labor market is softening as the economy lumbers under the weight of a housing downturn, tighter credit and higher energy prices.

Nov 24, 2007: by Michael Barbaro – Bargains Draw Crowds, but the Thrill Is GoneAmerican consumers flooded stores yesterday on the traditional first day of the holiday shopping season, but the irrational exuberance of the Black Fridays of the last five years has been replaced by pragmatic restraint. With an uncertain economy, a slowdown in the housing market and high gas prices hanging over their heads, consumers flocked to discount chains like Wal-Mart, Target and Best Buy, brandishing bargain-filled fliers. In a reversal from years past, they largely bypassed more expensive retailers, including such powerhouses as Nordstrom, Coach and Abercrombie & Fitch, according to shoppers and merchants interviewed around the country. The nation’s retailers are making the same prediction, expecting this to be the weakest holiday shopping season in five years. NY Times.

 *  Drought will continue in many places and will become a critical problem.

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Resource: http://drought.unl.edu/dm/monitor.html

* Tensions with Iran will heat to a very bad boiling point and war will be threatened

Nov 18,2007: (CBS/AP) Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez warned the United States on Saturday that oil prices could more than double if Washington attacked his country or Iran – part of a provocative opening address here to a rare OPEC summit.  “Oil is an energy for development, it should not become a tool for conflict and emotions,” said Abdullah, a strong U.S. ally.  Chavez used his position as the summit’s opening speaker to further his faceoff against the U.S. “We are witnessing constant threats against Iran,” Chavez said. “If the United States attempts the madness of invading Iran or attacking Venezuela again, the price of oil is probably going to reach $200, not just $100,” Chavez said. While Iran has been in a standoff with the U.S. over its nuclear program, left-wing Chavez is a bitter antagonist of President Bush. “We are witnessing constant threats against Iran. I think OPEC should strengthen itself in this capacity and demand respect for the sovereignty of our nations, if the developed world wants a guaranteed supply of oil.” Meanwhile Irans President has vowed that if the United States dares to attck his country he will attack back.  AOL NEWS  

*  Food prices will take sharp rises.

Nov 15, 2007:  WASHINGTON (Reuters) by Mark Felsenthal- Consumer prices up sharply as jobless claims rise. Food prices increased at a 5.5 percent annual rate in 2007, compared with a 2.1 percent rise in 2006.

Nov 22, 2007: Thanksgiving Inflation: 11% – A Thanksgiving Day turkey dinner with side dishes and dessert will be 11% more expensive this year, the biggest annual increase since 1990, because of depleted frozen-turkey supplies and rising energy prices. The average cost of 12 items typically served during the Nov. 22 holiday in the U.S. rose to $42.26 from $38.10 last year- The American Farm Bureau Federation. 

New Psychic Predictions made on August 27, 2007

* Expect some weird events this fall and winter, like tornados, freak storms, lighting strikes, things out of the ordinary.   

Nov 14, 2007: Thousands flee as 150 mph cyclone batters Bangladesh. Tropical Cyclone Sidr, packing sustained winds of up to 150 mph. USA Today  

Bird Flu Sharing Summit: Money versus value of humanity

November 25, 2007

This morning I read some of the items discussed at the Geneva Bird Flu Sharing summit and it made me want to throw up.  What does it all boil down to? Money of course as everyone is scared they are not going to get their financial share. 

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Article excerpts taken from:

(Final) Day 4 of flu virus sharing summit by Effect Measure  –

US Deletions and an insertion

While US and EU participation here are most notable for being totally devoid of any new ideas, deletions to text proposed last night (22 Nov) and this morning (23 Nov) say quite a bit about US intent. In discussion of principles with respect to intellectual property rights (i.e. patents), the US proposed to delete everything. According to the US, patents in influenza and influenza vaccines should be discussed elsewhere. This obviously did not meet with approval from other delegations, so the items were bracketed. But with so much support for the language raising concerns about patent claims on influenza, lifting some of the brackets was eventually proposed. Unbowed, the US replied “We are not today and essentially never prepared to remove brackets around whole items.”

And last night (22 Nov), when it came to discussing benefits for developing countries from the WHO system, the US inserted “voluntary” around many kinds of benefits. Given the opportunity to remove “voluntary” today, the US insisted that it stay.

Notable Appearances

#1: Heretofore elusive Vietnam took the floor today and expressed support for proposals by Thailand and Indonesia. (Note this was a generalized expression of support, as there are nuances that separate the positions of the latter two.) In language similar to that of many other developing countries, Vietnam asked for urgent development of a new system for virus access and equitable sharing of benefits based on sovereign rights of member states.

#2: India, which has also been quiet, waded into the fray as well and expressed its displeasure with the current system’s inequities, especially patent claims. India’s proposals on virus sharing were aimed, it said, to ensure that “/nobody takes more than their share of the benefits and takes away from the rights of the contributors /[of viruses].”

#3 And China, which has been engaged but not overly talkative, piped up more on Friday morning, in particular, advocating technology transfer and establishment of WHO Collaborating Centers in developing countries. (Full disclosure: China would like to have a CC itself.)

Source: http://scienceblogs.com/effectmeasure/2007/11/final_day_4_of_flu_virus_shari.php#more 

I read this article over and over this morning and was appalled.  Everyone is so worried about the patents ( demand of ownership and legal maneuvering to secure profits) for this darned avian flu virus that something is getting lost in this equation, the people.  Come on, their families are at risk from this thing too, no one is bullet proof here.  How is this summit to be considered a success when all that has been accomplished was fighting and squabbling over who gets the most and who is going to get their fair share. I am clueless.   

I don’t know,  maybe I am wrong here as I felt the most important thing was to make sure people get the vaccine shots to be well, not who gets the most benefit from them.  I know money has to factor in someplace but should it be the most important factor? While they sit there and play their word games, mind games and scream about who is entitled to what, the H5N1 bird flu virus is spreading into more regions throughout the world and gaining strength.  Personally, I hope that they get their ducks in a row before it gets us all.    

Psychic Predictions come true in 2007

November 10, 2007

Psychic Predictions by Pernel made on November 7, 2007 

* We will head into a depression

Nov 09, 2007: Wachovia, the nation’s fourth-largest bank said it faced a $1.1 billion write down for October alone. Investors also were rattled by speculation that Barclays PLC was about to announce a $10 billion write down, though the U.K. bank denied the rumors. He also said the dollar’s weakness “may have some effect on import prices” – which was confirmed Friday in new government data. The Commerce Department reported U.S. import prices soared last month at their fastest pace since early last year. “The extent of the situation is unknown, and that uncertainty doesn’t give investors any reasons to believe that a bottom might be in place,” said Todd Salamone, director of trading and vice president of research at Schaeffer’s Investment Research. AOL NEWS.

New Psychic Predictions made on August 27, 2007

* There will be an upsurge in the number of people infected with the H5N1 (Bird flu) virus as the virus continues to spread. 

Nov 9, 2007: U.N. warns of bird flu outbreaks in winter. Deadly virus thrives in cold weather; Asia at risk for rise in infections . Asia must keep watch for a sharp rise in bird flu outbreaks as winter approaches, the top U.N. influenza official said Friday, calling illnesses from animals “one of the greatest threats to the survival of the human race.” “The northern winter seems to be a time when the risk of the disease in poultry increases, and it’s partly to do with the fact that this virus quite likes cold weather,” said David Nabarro, the U.N. coordinator for avian flu and influenza. AP News.

 Nov 10, 2007:  Indonesia bird flu death toll rises to 91  Indonesia reported on Saturday that a 31-year-old man from Sumatra island who died last week has been confirmed as being infected with bird flu, raising the toll in the worst-hit nation to 91. The death toll from the H5N1 virus has been steadily rising in archipelagic Indonesia where the virus is now endemic across 31 of its 33 provinces. The latest casualty was the second this month.  The Times of India. 

* Movement will be detected at a volcano in the United States, it is by a large populated area. 

Nov 8, 2007: Volcano Inflating with Molten Rock at Record Rate  The Yellowstone “supervolcano” rose at a record rate since mid-2004, likely because a Los Angeles-sized, pancake-shaped blob of molten rock was injected 6 miles beneath the slumbering giant, University of Utah scientists report in the journal Science. http://www.unews.utah.edu/p/?r=102507-1 

* Something is unsettled with the waters. There may be an increase of ships in distress or problems with the waters concerning ships, boats, illness, or the aquatic life.  

Nov 7, 2007: Fish vanishing from Southeast Asia, says report Southeast Asia’s oceans are fast running out of fish, putting the livelihoods of up to 100 million people at risk and increasing the need for governments to support the maintenance of fish stocks, an expert said. Reuters.

* Expect some weird events this fall and winter, like tornados, freak storms, lighting strikes, things out of the ordinary.  

 November 4, 2007:  Unprecedented Hail Storm in Bogota, Columbia

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Bogota had a freak hailstorm November 4, 2007,
and crews were wading in waist-deep ice to help clear roads. Image © 2007 by Reuters.