Classic Predictions
Sean David Morton - Predictions for 1998
The Federal Reserve would crash.

We would all be using smart cards instead of paper money.

The Internal Revenue Service as we know it would be gone.

Political turmoil involving the resignation of Al Gore. He names Ted Kennedy as his replacement and the resignation of a scandal-ridden Clinton, but not before Clinton has a heart attack.

Fidel Castro to be overthrown before January 25th, 1999.

Madeleine Albright would be dead or injured after a terrorist attack.

Scores of dams in northern California were supposed to break.

Major quakes to strike Canada and north of San Francisco (7.2M and 6.0+M respectively).

Noticeable rises in heat and UV-ray activity caused from ozone holes opening over Los Angeles.

Source: spiritual-endeavors.org


Sean David Morton - Predictions for 2001

There will be a change of government in Iraq. Saddam Hussein is dying of cancer and his son, Quizak will take over. Unfortunately he will not be any saner than his father.

A great sadness coming up in February, 2001, which appears to be the death of the Pope. I see the entire country of Italy dressed in black. I have predicted for some time that Bishop Martini will be the Pope’s successor. He speaks seven languages and is very urbane. This Pope will be called the “Pope of the Glorious Olive Branch” or “the Pope of Peace”.
Source: New Life Expo


Sean David Morton - Predictions for 2003

A concerted terrorist attack on 5 major US airports (Chicago, Dallas, Salt Lake, NYC, LA) will occur in late August 2003.

21st August 2003 Morton said that Saddam Hussein was dead. He died in March in the Iraqi conflict.




Ed Dames - Predictions for 1998

A “plant pathogen” cylindrical object from space to impact near Lake Victoria, Africa by/around the end of February, leads to air-borne spores killing plants world-wide.

North Korea will use a missile-mounted nuclear weapon against their southern neighbours.

Nuclear reactor to be used as a weapon in northern Spain.

President Clinton won’t make it to the end of the year.

Reports of cannibalism in Eastern Europe.

A bigger, stronger type of tornado, one that literally rips people asunder in US Midwest.

A war involving the PLO and Israel.

Global economic collapse in late spring or early summer.

Source: spiritual-endeavors.org

Tuesday 19th April 2005
Classic Pope Predictions

Today it was announced the new Pope would be Joseph Ratzinger. He will take the name Pope Benedict XVI.

After incorrectly trying to predict the death of the last Pope our famous so called psychics gave up. Here is a round up of some classic Pope predictions.

 

Father Wingate - 16th March 2005

Pope John Paul II will go through his illness and be cured.

Sean David Morton - Thursday 13th May 2004

The next Pope will be Leo and he will last for 5 - 6 years.

Sean David Morton Predictions for 2001
A great sadness coming up in February, 2001, which appears to be the death of the Pope. I see the entire country of Italy dressed in black. I have predicted for some time that Bishop Martini will be the Pope’s successor. He speaks seven languages and is very urbane. This Pope will be called the “Pope of the Glorious Olive Branch” or “the Pope of Peace”.

John Hogue - Monday 28th February 2005
The next Pope will be called John Paul III.

Joseph Jacobs - Monday 17th February 2005
He feels that Pope John Paul II wants to retire or travel.

Joseph Jacobs - Monday 6th September
Nothing serious will happen to Pope John Paul II.

Hans King - Tuesday 14th December 2004
2005 will be the last year for the Pope. He may not die but he won't be able to carry out his duties. No new Pope in 2005, if there is it will be at the end of 2005.



Wednesday 6th July 2005
Morton and the Olympics

On Friday 15th April 2005 Sean David Morton predicted that LA would hold the 2012 Olympic Games. He said New York would win the bid but because of some emergency situation the games would be switched to LA.

Today the Olympic Commitee chose London as the host for the 2012 games. During the voting process Moscow were the first city to drop out. After the next round of voting New York lost out, then followed Madrid. This left just favourites Paris and second favourites London to fight it out. London won the final round with 54 votes to 50.

Here is my tribute to a brilliant prediction:



Olympics