Sunday, January 01, 2012

PREDICTIONS FOR 2012


 You may want to refer back to the psychic predictions of 2011 to see how well they did - it looks pretty much like an 0-fer to me!  If you want to go over the details of psychic predictions for 2012, the Spirit Now website has an abundance of prognostications.  There are at least nine psychics there giving their insights, with way too many strange ideas plus the usual can't miss predictions to summarize here - so go have a look.  However, I am feeling a bit prescient at the moment, and will thus say some sooth.

Despite all of the evidence that points to the end of the world as we know it on December 21st, it will not happen.  However, on the winter solstice, the north-south poles will reverse, sending the world into turmoil. 

Harold Camping will have another vision, come up with another date for the rapture, but will pass away before it happens.

 The Broncos will not win the Super Bowl, the Nuggets will not win the NBA Championship, the Avalanche will not win the Stanley Cup, and the CU Buffs, men and women, will not win the NCAA basketball championship.

Newt Gingrich will not win the Republican Presidential nomination, and will move on to his fourth religion and fourth wife, possibly choosing Mormonism so that he can have several wives.

There will be droughts, floods, earthquakes, tornadoes, hurricanes, typhoons, tsunamis, pestilence,  pandemics, and famine.  {did I miss anything?}

Kim Jong-un will convert to Christianity and will force the entire North Korean population to do likewise. Tim Tebow will be named US Ambassador to NK.

Both corn and beans will top ten dollars per bushel {buy now}

The Amish will accept the use of electricity.

Dick Cheney will have another heart attack.

Romney will pick Palin as his running mate.

I will not win the Power Ball.

Oh, and don't forget Pat Robertson's predictions for 2012.

4 comments:

Nostradumbass said...

I predict that a certain reality will begin to seep in this year, that reality being that the days of retiring at age 55 or 60 and living a comfortable life of idleness for 25 or 30 years at other people's expense are coming to an end.

Dr S said...

Nostradumbass - as I think that I mentioned before - love your name and just may steal it for posting on other blogs; hope you don't mind! Also, your prediction makes way too much sense and is most likely right on - surely you can come up with some more edgy predictions for 2012, given your heritage :-)

Carnac said...

A. Executive Action

Q. What Herman Cain is looking for when he goes bar-hopping.

hoosierdaddy said...

Robertson is simply scary.