Internationally known psychic Joe Jacobs returned to share his insights into what he sees for the year ahead. "This is a rough year in many ways," he said, with problems associated with water a recurrent theme, such as in ports, dams, and rivers. He sees heavy casualties related to this as occurring possibly in February, March, September and November. North Korea in particular may face a catastrophe, possibly connected to water during the March 10th through April 30th period, he added.
2005 will see breakthroughs in medicine but at the same time the world will also be faced with serious health challenges, he predicted. The new year, he continued, will also offer opportunities to develop internal wisdom, and be a good period for mining and farming.
Jacobs said he is aided in his psychic readings by using a metaphysical system based on the 52 card deck that was developed by Olney H. Richmond in 1893. In this system, a person's birth date determines which card represents them. He also noted that he is clairaudient, and hears a "quiet voice" from his guardian angel that feeds him information.