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Sylvia Sees Into the Future

 Sylvia Sees Into the Future

Tonight's guest, psychic Sylvia Browne has offered a set of predictions for the next 100 years on her website. Here are a few of them to consider:

  • Aliens will begin to show themselves in the year 2010, they will not harm us, they simply want to see what we are doing to this planet. They will teach us how to use anti-gravity devices again, such as they did for the pyramids.
  • Third floor of houses have rollback roofs to allow Hovercrafts to come and go.
  • People will be able to simply "walk out" of their bodies upon death.
  • There will be no US Presidency; our government will go back to a Greek Senate structure.
  • Atlantis will begin to show itself by 2023 and be fully visible by 2026.
  • West Coast goes under in 2026. Parts of the East Coast also get inundated. Tsunamis will wipe out a large portion of Japan. The Hawaiian Islands will have upheaval and be the site of a large new landmass.

1. http://www.sylvia.org/home/2000plus.cfm

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