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Prophecy: What the Future Holds for You

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 16, 2004

    Sylivia Brownes Book Phophecy

    Just like Sylvia Brownes other books that I have read, the book 'Prophecy' was a real eye opener. Syliva Browne writes the way she talks and her books are both life changing and entertaining to read. I read this book cover to cover in one sitting as I couldn't put it down. She is a psychic was fairly high accuracy rate. According to Sylvia there will be a medical breakthrough next year in year 2005 as there will be a cure for AIDS/HIV! She says it's directly related to the dog disease 'Parvo'. Only the wealthy nations will have access to the cure for AIDS at first, and AIDS will actually worsen in other third world countries for years to come because of ignorance. Some individuals might find some of the predictions hard to swallow. Aliens pretending to be humans, Acid rain, Polar tilt, Domed cities, police being able to lock those with warrents for their arrests in their own homes as every North American home will be fully computerized and hooked up via satellite. I found the book truely amazing. I would recomend the book to anybody with an open mind.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 15, 2004

    WHAT ABOUT TOMORROW?

    Even the most outspoken 'Que Sera, Sera, the future's not mine to see'' kind of person will be intrigued by Sylvia Browne's latest peek into the future. A psychic for over half a century, Ms. Brown is the author of several bestsellers, most notably 'The Other Side and Back,' and attracts standing room only crowds to her lectures. I'll admit my bias up front - I'm a non-believer in psychic wisdom, nonetheless the author's description of the roots of prophecy, beginning with the biblical prophets, was fascinating. And, her predictions for the future make interesting listening and, it seems to me, merit consideration. She informs us that the common cold will be a thing of the past in another five or six years. Also, that in the 2020s 'We'll have to wear protective headgear and clothing in the rain - not to keep us dry but to keep our skin from being badly burned or worse.' Ms. Browne also shares her thoughts on a cancer cure, nuclear war, and a host of other worries about the future. Is she controversial? Yes. Does she offer food for thought? Yes. Voice actress Jeanie Hackett offers a suitably somber and sincere reading of what tomorrow may bring. - Gail Cooke

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 8, 2012

    To the prophecy

    Continue asap!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 4, 2012

    MOONLIGHT

    CANT WAIT

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 27, 2007

    A Few Good Thoughts

    Browne gives apercus of many leading prophets of various religions, including American Indian tribes, and explains what a prophet is and how one, as well as herself, might gain insight into the future by astral travel (traveling in dreams), spirit guides, infused knowledge from the other side, and Akashic Records (collective memories). Browne¿s ideas of the ¿other side¿ are similar to Betty Eadie¿s in Embraced By The Light, and sequences. Some of the animated statements sound like a fairy tale, but a few concepts I found believable such as what evil really is and communal knowledge being infused from one to another. I find the book inspirational, though not profound. A part of the book is devoted to her prophecy in regard to ecology, weather, space travel, and gets definitive about new politics which is interesting. She has some inspirational prophecy about religion collaborates and appearance of the antichrist. Being a teacher for eighteen years, she elaborates on what lies ahead in education. Technology and crime fighting, DNA, fingerprinting, and lie detecting take on unimagined edge. Health, medicine and ¿aura scanning¿ will be highly developed and also a way for cancer cells to destroy themselves. She elaborates on spiritual and mental health. No matter what faith you claim, the book can broaden your view if read with an open mind. Trish New, author of The Thrill of Hope, South State Street Journal, and Memory Flatlined.

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