People take clairvoyants seriously

When Prophecies Come True: 5 Well-known Clairvoyants

 

However, the past has shown that some people actually uttered prophecies that, in hindsight, turned out to be true - often hundreds of years earlier. They seem to have had a very special gift, like the one nowadays Clairvoyant Emanuell Charis.

The following article shows which five clairvoyants have made impressively reliable predictions.

Edgar Cayce - Climate Change

The American Edgar Cayce, who lived from 1877 to 1945, was considered a true medium. In a trance he made statements that have been proven in many cases.

One of his best-known prophecies dealt with climate change. Although not all the details of the prediction have occurred to this day, they do not seem to be able to be stopped in the future either. At the time that Cayce was living, he certainly would not have been able to foresee current climate developments.

Joan of Arc - Liberation of France

Jeanne d’Arc reported on her first visionary experiences at the age of 13. She said that she had received orders from Saints Margaret and Catherine and the Archangel Michael. These read that they should liberate the occupied country France from the English powers and ensure that the desired heir to the throne can seize power. At the age of 16, Jeanne left her parents' house in 1428 to have an audience with the heir to the throne.

With the help of a small military unit, she actually succeeded in driving out the English who were staying near Orléans. As she had foreseen, Charles VII was crowned king shortly afterwards in Reims.

Baba Wanga - New York Terrorist Attacks

Ewangelia Pandewa Guschterowa was born in Macedonia in 1911. Until her death in 1996, Baba Wanga, as she was called by many people, was venerated as a living saint in Bulgaria, their current homeland.

Wanga went blind at the age of 16 as a result of a severe sandstorm. It was then that their visions began. As early as 1995, Wanga predicted that the polar ice caps would melt. She was also able to prophesy in 1980 that the Russian submarine Kursk would sink.

Wanga's best-known 1989 prediction, which unfortunately came true, was the terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center in New York.

Marie-Anne Lenormand - Violent Deaths

Marie-Anne Lenormand, who lived between 1772 and 1843, was held in high esteem among the French nobility. Their services were even used by the Russian Emperor Alexander I.

She prophesied during the French Revolution that leading men like Marat and Robespierre would be forcibly killed. Although she was right, she was confronted with allegations such as witchcraft, espionage and high treason.

Nostradamus - Adolf Hitler

Nostradamus, whose real name was Michel de Nostredam and worked as a pharmacist, lived in France from 1503 to 1566 and became famous for his prophecies.

He always used an extremely puzzling and metaphorical language with them and packed them into individual poems. In one of his quatrains he could foresee the cruel deeds of Adolf Hitler.