How many Psychic Predictions that came true? Around the world, there are still many skeptics who have given reports on spiritual experiences & phenomena. So, it is hard to deny the fact that we all possess some degree of Psychic ability.
However, it is just latent and waits for our great exploration. For instance, some of us can even know who’s on the other line before the phone rings while others may dream of talking with their dead loved one. For skeptics, such the personal experiences might have been misinterpretations and will not count as evidence. Nevertheless, there are some noticeable psychic predictions that came true. What are they? Come here to find the answer now!
Nostradamus & His Prediction about Hitler’s Rise to Power
Nostradamus – a reputable seer – made prophecies as far back as the 14th century, which unveiled hundreds of years later. Adolp Hitler’s power is one of his most well-known forecasts. He wrote:
“Out of the deepest part of the west of Europe,
From poor people a young child shall be born,
Who with his tongue shall seduce many people,
His fame shall increase in the Eastern Kingdom.”
Yes, this passage is considered 1 of 3 antichrists foretold by Nostradamus. In another passage, he indeed gave a name: Hister.
Jean Dixon & Her Forecast about JFK Assassination
Earning a bit of bright reputation in the 1960s for her astrology-related prophecies, Jean Dixon forecasted that in 1956, a Democrat might be balloted in the next election (1960). However, he could be assassinated afterwards. Oddly enough, 4 years after her forecast, Kennedy indeed went on to win, yet his assassination made history. Incredibly, Dixon was also credited with foreseeing the upcoming of the AIDS epidemic and the death of Martin Luther King, Jr.
Psychic Predictions That Came True – Mark Twain & His Prophecy of His Own Death
Mark Twain – famed American author for his literary classics, known as Tom Sawyer & The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, could not have truly been a Psychic. However, he eerily and precisely foretold his own death. According to many books, Twain was born as soon as Halley’s Comet passed by Earth in 1835. He said that he would died with the comet when it again passed in 1910. Sure enough, his prophecy came true. Think that it was merely a strange coincidence? However, remember that this was not his only accurate prediction. He also foresaw the death of his own bro. In fact, he had an extremely vivid dream that indicated his younger bro’s untimely demise.