June 6, 2019 Predictions for 2020 ONLY  

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I am splitting up the June 6, 2019 Predictions into three topics - 2019, 2020, and 2021-2030.  Here is 2020

January 2020 

Politics 

  • Trump is rearing his ugly head and being stubborn and rude. He has not gone. (Paula)
  • Whatever happens in the White House, the powers that be decide that it must happen quickly so as not to interfere with the next election. (Baba)
  • The New Deal important. The Dems are working on it. (Jeanne Mayell)
  • Trump resigns. (Kathleen)

U.S. – People

  • A slightly more relaxing month compared to December 2019. (Theng)
  • I see a fairy castle, a giant statue of a hand, and the mascot for the Cleveland Indians, which I take to mean something remarkable is coming into reach in Cleveland.  (Arianne)
  • I see the worst pile-up on a highway in the Midwest. (Bin)
  • The cleansing powers of winter. People have a better sense of where they want to be heading in life/what they’re higher selves want to be doing. (Coyote)
  • Economy tanks. (Sydney)

U.S. – Election

  • More hearings. More campaigning. (Kathy G.)
  • Biden, Buttigieg, Warren (on top). (Kathy G.)

International

  • Dubai rings in the New Year in style. (Andrew Posey)
  • Syria moves into the forefront. There are refugees returning to their homes. There is no change in government. (Andrew Posey)
  • People are going about their usual business at Alexanderplatz in the city of Berlin. They are harried, and economically unsure. They feel as though they are going to have to tighten their belts. A statue of the Berlin bear looks colourful and cheerful. A man holding a Swiss flag feels disconnected and sees no reason for colour or cheer. (Villager)

Climate & Earth 

  • There are fires where the fire season should be over. (Bluebelle)
  • Bad earthquake in Cali. (Donna)
  • More dead animals washing up on the shore. (Andrew Posey)
  • Mudslides in the Northwest. In  feel Kansas sliced through as if in a metal slicer with multiple equi-distant blades. It’s fracking, an oil gush and plume. (Florida)
  • The US experiences a mild winter. (Baba)
  • Very cold weather in the Midwest and in other parts country. (Michelle)

February 2020

U.S. – Trump/White House

  • Pence takes Presidency, but not for long. (Kathleen)
  • Trump and Putin make news again. (Andrew Posey)
  • I see a bust of Washington knocked on its side. (Clarissa)
  • Gripping testimonies in Congress. The whole country is watching in shock while snow falls in many places, shocked at the testimony of the GOP witnesses. Ivanka on the stand. She's confused. (Susan)
  • Republicans are scared of jail time for misdeeds. (Molly)
  • Trump and Putin make news again. (Andrew Posey)

U.S. – Economy

  • Uncertainty, feeing of relief but the economy in US and Europe is in recession. (Kathleen)

U.S. – People

  • The news surfaces that the Government removed children; unclear what happened. (Donna)
  • I see Clydesdales (a breed of draft horse) in the news. (Karen)
  • Growing anger and more shootings in major cities.Scandal in NYC government. (Andrew Posey)
  • John Dean and others create watch dog organization. (Sharon)
  • Subway chaos. (Pam)
  • Death of an American elder statesman (Jackie)
  • Heartbreak at the death of a former top US official. (Baba)
  • Valentine's day massacre. There will be a shooting again.  It could be in the US or in Europe where Einstein was born (Ulm, Germany), lived (Germany and the U.S.) or died (Princeton, NJ). (Bright Opal)
  • A train in the news. (Lovendures)
  • More corruption and nobody cares. (Andrew Posey)
  • Everyone reading newspapers. (Bernie). [Something must have happened.]
  • I see a dark haired woman with a lot of press coverage (Linda)
  • The names “Water,” “Hemmingway,” and “Schulz” all come up together.  (Arianne)
  • Something Happens. We need to be honest about it. (Claire de la Lune)
  • People will be giving up Valentine's day. (Bin)
  • I felt a dead, dark USA. Pockets of children dancing in a circle and are okay.  The rest of the country felt blah with no energy. Earnings were rolling along. People working too hard, like machines. (Florida)
  • Snowman in the news. Red swirling hearts dancing. (Michelle)

U.S. – Election

  • Woman president possibly on the horizon. (Gail M.)
  • I'm not certain Pence will be running as VP in the election. (Bright Opal)
  • Many candidate for Dems are falling behind. (Lovendures)
  • US election is in full swing with four candidates left. (Lauri)
  • Campaigns heat up. Warren and Buttigieg perform well in first primaries. (Bluebelle)

International 

  • A transportation problem. Oil shortages. (Karen)
  • A cruise ship on the water, full speed ahead. (Doris)
  • New era approaching, it will be saner. (Faye)
  • In Paris, memorials, a ring around Notre dame. (Jeanne Mayell)
  • Have to work with humanity more, so much confusion. (Linda)
  • Another Royal baby. (Andrew Posey)
  • Poppies, a red flower like a bouquet being held by a hand. (Doris)
  • Brexit was broken. Did it happen?  Not really. (Jeanne Mayell)
  • Another royal baby. (Andrew Posey)

Climate & Earth 

  • The Florida coast is washed away, parts of Melborne and the nature coast. (Karen)
  • Warmest January on record for East Coast. (Linda)
  • Unusual flu virus on East Coast. (Linda)
  • Massive flocks of white birds are flying over DC. (Betty)
  • Giraffes in the news. (Gail M.)
  • A snake unwinding. (Jordan)
  • Seagulls flying above the water. (Doris)
  • Solar flashes. (Muriel)
  • Big blizzard immobilizes the Northeast. (Irene B.)
  • Volcano erupts (Mia)
  • Dogs howling and earthquake (Bernie)
  • Costa Rica, a dark snake in the news. (Jordan)
  • Snow and ice, frozen. April Fool on Groundhog’s Day. (Clarissa)
  • Flooding and storm in Florida. (Andrew Posey)
  • The tipi shows up again, harkening back to an earlier prediction of desert and drought. (Arianne)
  • Smoke in the shape of an Acacia tree is covering East Africa. The view from the sky is obscured, the ground is parched and yellow. There are questions, what is going on in East Africa? (Villager)
  • Flooding in Britain. (Sydney)
  • I'm seeing a man in animal furs, this stands for "barbarian", meaning that wearing animal clothes or eating animals will be akin to being a "barbarian". We don't want macho men images of meat eating strong men any more. (Paula)
  • It will be unusually warm in Arizona. (Bin)

Science & Technology 

  • New moons of a known planet are discovered. (Baba)
  • Galileo was right. (Not sure what exactly this means!) (Baba)

March 2020 

U.S.

  • Trump is quiet but not gone altogether. (Kathleen)
  • Kavanaugh will be investigated. (Bin)
  • Capitol building looks closed and small. Democrats still dithering. (Jeanne Mayell)
  • Massive chaos in DC. People are yelling. (Betty)
  • Ides of March comes to mind. (Michelle) [Note Ides of March, March 15,  is the day Caesar was betrayed and killed by his fellow senators for declaring himself  ]

U.S. – Economy

  • Economy indicators down. (Kathy G.)
  • The financial system is being torn up. (Karen)
  • There is disruption in the monetary system. (Karen)
  • Economic problems for America. (Jana)

U.S. – People/Other

  • Horror situation for children. (Donna)
  • Sunflower power! Sunflowers become the symbol for a political movement. (Baba)

U.S. – Election

  • Some Republican dirty tricks are exposed in state where Republicans try to swing Democrat primary votes. (Bluebelle)
  • Mayor Pete Buttigieg is in the lead and making progress. People are cheering. (Molly)
  • Election campaigning interrupted. (Sydney)

International 

  • Big Ben in the news. (Susan)
  • Vatican news, evil wins. (Andrew Posey)
  • Submarine accident. (Linda)
  • Asia moves into forefront in trade talks with US. (Andrew Posey)
  • Possibly news about PISA. Or some other international study. (Villager)
  • A show of aggressive strength towards the U.S. (Claire de la Lune)
  • China attacks our energy infrastructure with a series of cyber-attacks. (Sydney)
  • Russia and China joining together and trying to become more of a controlling force in the world. They want to control the food supplies because they see that there are dangers to crops from weather systems that are becoming extreme, while Europe and the US are still thinking about strengthening economic growth and capital. (Paula)
  • There will be a Brexit gridlock. (Bin)
  • I see a Eurasian soldier smiling. (Rob)

Climate/Earth

  • Scotland in the northwest is enduring a natural disaster. (Susan)

Science & Technology

  • Advances in aviation technology – Big ones. (Melanie)

April 2020

U.S. – Trump/White House

  • I just don't see Trump at all. It's like something has happened and the political landscape has shifted. (Bluebelle)
  • Melania wants to leave the White House. (NJ)
  • I see Trump tripping, taking a fall. (Betty)
  • I felt a celebration, flowers, good weather, fireworks,everyone happy.  He’s gone.  Ding, dong. (Florida)
  • Trump scrambles scared, trying to make amends. (Sydney)

U.S. – Congress/Politics

  • Impeachment, not Trump though. (Muriel)
  • Slow progress. Sadness over all the harmful laws and greed. (Molly)
  • Congress begins to offer solutions. (Kathleen)

U.S. - Economy

  • Bad economy - people losing jobs. (Kathleen)
  • Stock market crash, people worried about money. (Andrew Posey)
  • Elites, billionaires more secluded than ever. They don’t care about the economy. (Jeanne Mayell)

U.S. – People

  • Supreme court upholds Roe vs. Wade. (Kathleen)
  • A horse in the news. (Lovendures)
  • People want a new start. Tired of old ways. (Molly)
  • Subway trouble. (Bernie)
  • A song comes out about us and children. (Donna)
  • Celebration over a major sports team winning a league championship. (Doris)
  • Migration of poor in the news. (Andrew Posey)
  • I receive the message “The name of God is the name of Time.” (Arianne)
  • My heart is racing and there is a major difficulty going on during this month. (Michelle)
  • There is a revolutionary embrace of helping each other.A Texan speaks out against the party. (Karen)
  • Chelsea Clinton in the news. (Melanie)
  • Cowboys in the South West want to control the land. (Lauri)

U.S. – Election

  • Fewer presidential candidates. (Mia)
  • More democratic candidates come forward for the Senate. (Kathleen)
  • Someone wise is keeping us calm and showing us why we can put our trust in them. We are getting a clearer picture of who we want as a leader. (Claire de la Lune)

International 

  • North Africa: lots of pain, a crisis as big if not bigger than the one from the 1980s (Bright Opal)
  • Iran getting accused of things it did not do. Saudi Arabia and UAE doing bad things in Africa. (Mia)
  • The Ramadan is being shared peacefully. Feasts are being shared. (Karen)
  • Poison gas being used again. (Bernie)
  • Sydney in the news. (Lovendures)
  • I hear screams and the sound of a building falling in South or Central America. (Andrew Posey)
  • A white cruise ship gets into trouble in the sea near Crete. People in danger. (Paula)
  • Iran in the news around this time.  (Arianne)
  • There is a navy ship in the water, approaching a desert like island jutting out of the water. It is meant to join other ships, but they are not there. There is confusion. (Villager)
  • Macron speaks with great power. (Susan)
  • There are large protests in the former USSR. (Baba)
  • There is some kind of poultry plague in China. (Baba)
  • I see a nun alone in prayer and meditation in a white room in Italy. This stands for women, that old traditional roles and having children are no longer the standard aim for women. Women are choosing a life alone, a spiritual way. (Paula)

Climate & Earth

  • There is widespread flooding in southern Germany. (Baba)
  • Wet cold. (Linda)
  • Flowers bloom where they previously did not in more northern climates. (Faye)
  • An unusually early spring in US. (Betty)
  • A lot of rain. (Faye)
  • A fiery volcano crater. A hole in the ocean. (Clarissa)
  • In the news: an animal goes extinct. (Muriel)
  • In California there is a big earthquake. (Bernie)
  • Great Lakes in the news. (Susan)
  • I see an abundant harvest in the Spring. (Bin)
  • There will be flooding in Indonesia. (Bin)
  • There is a lot of snow. (Claire de la Lune)

Science & Technology 

  • Breakthrough in cardiac care. (Patty)

May 2020 

U.S. – Trump/White House

  • Out, out, damn spot! Trump is silenced. (Kathleen)
  • Bluebird of happiness. Someone stumbles and falls down. (Clarissa)
  • Trump is gone. (Mia)
  • Trump family gone. (Donna)
  • Someone drumming their fingers impatiently – there is impatience to get on with things. (Clarissa)
  • I felt calmness, warmer, a breeze. I felt a nail in Trump’s coffin.  I asked, Is he dead?”  I felt, “Yes,” the GOP killed him.  His family is in jail.  Ivanka is behind bars. (Florida)

U.S. – Congress/Politic

  • I heard the words: Nancy Pelosi. She must be making big news this month. (Betty)

U.S. – Economy

  • Stock market volatility. (Irene B.)

U.S. - People

  • The frustration/tension of 2019 is being released. People are tired of the roller coaster ride we’ve been on since 2016. (Coyote)
  • Still picking up the pieces. (Molly)
  • High school is in the news but it is not good news, very sad. (Michelle)
  • Change is around corner. (Donna)
  • People running around—searching, confused. (Kolsoum)
  • Alex Trebek in news. (Andrew Posey)
  • Biden becomes less favorable in the polls. (Bin)

U.S. – Election

  • Democrats seem happy. (Donna)
  • What is happening? I am laughing and joyful, even celebrating. I like the leading candidate. (Jeanne Mayell)
  • Biden is falling behind. (Jeanne Mayell)
  • Trump is stumbling, falling forward on his chin. Mitch McConnell turns away in cold disregard. (Susan)
  • I see a two-finger peace sign, but also a knight standing guard, indicating a cautious peace is in the air. (Arianne)
  • People will be supporting Warren. (Bin)

International

  • Mass UFO sightings. (Muriel)
  • Bouquet of flowers. Two countries shaking hands. (Sharon)
  • Mexico City people wanting to change class system. (Jordan)
  • Sand redwood blue sky. Blonde-haired people living in groups. (Linda)
  • Itchy skin and mosquito bites in the news contagious diseases spreading worldwide. Ebola, Malaria, Dengue. People have to be controlled at airports because of fear the sickness will go over the borders. (Paula)
  • The famine spreads in Africa. (Bright Opal)
  • Kim Jung Un threatens the US.   He's trying to get attention by making threats. (Bluebelle)
  • Old Russian plane shooting. (Rob)

Climate & Earth 

  • California is shaking, something big. (Molly)
  • Something wrong with the world seas. (Mia)
  • Cracked scorched earth. (Cindy )
  • There is a tree in the middle of a busy roundabout. It is early evening and the tree is full of little birds. They want to rest for the night, but the tree is full of fairy lights. The two cannot coexist, but the birds try anyway. (Villager)
  • There are big storms. (Claire de la Lune)
  • Mangroves and trees being planted all over the world to protect coast lines and forests and counteract CO 2 emissions. (Paula)
  • Big hurricanes like in like in India and Mozambique 2019, are coming again. (Paula)
  • Elephants and Rhinos in Africa in danger of extinction. Botswana in the news. (Paula)
  • Volcanic eruption in Indonesia, followed by eruptions around the ring of fire. Mother Earth is angry. (Baba)
  • A major sandstorm in Africa (Bright Opal)

Science & Technology

  • New discovery in genetic marking. (Andrew Posey)

June  2020 

U.S. – Trump/White House

  • Trump is bloated and weak and very orange. (Betty)
  • Allegations of the wrongdoing on Trump's part, like embezzling money from America. But he denies it. (Jana)
  • Trump is sick. (Jeanne Mayell)
  • I feel we are in a Vortex right now. The future doesn't know where it is.  Things are changing too fast and because of that what happens in June 2020 will or will not happen on the election day.  I see Trump's base, But I don't see him. I feel that Trump is a debate.  Trump is not doing well. (Bright Opal)

U.S. – Congress/Politics

  • In my mind’s eye, the Capitol dome is getting smaller.People feel it’s less important. It’s all about billionaires’  money and not about the people. (Jeanne Mayell)
  • States start to back away from Congress and run their own shows as their citizens egg them on. (Sydney)
  • Expect a message from progressives. (Bin)

U.S. – Economy

  • Economy tanking, but many new initiatives. (Kathleen)
  • “What happened?” they are asking: is my money worthless? (Linda)
  • Economy mixed, bad, tumultuous. They can’t hold it together. (Jeanne Mayell)

U.S. – People

  • A number 46 is important. There is a 1920's revival. (Karen)
  • An American beauty rises to fame. (Andrew Posey)
  • I see families together, like in the 1950s, simpler get togethers. (Irene B.)
  • A new form of art becomes popular. Everyone can participate. (Baba)
  • Something has shifted and this month feels calmer. (Michelle)

U.S. – Election

  • Joe Biden leaves the race. (Baba)
  • Elephants giving up in the election race. (Bin)

International

  • There are more long range missile tests by North Korea. Kim Jung Un is trying to get attention by making threats. (Bluebelle)
  • I sense a trade war with Italy. I see shoes involved. (Muriel)
  • I hear two sides talking, negotiating a hostage taking or some sort of major deadlock that is international in nature. (Doris)
  • Multiple car crash in fog kills multiple people in London and Liverpool. (Andrew Posey)
  • I see a Guanyin statue, a mushroom cloud, and a cave, suggesting that a compassionate figure (like Guanyin) is trying to shelter us from calamity.  (Arianne)

Climate & Earth

  • Migrating birds in the news. (Gail M.)
  • Big waves coming to shore, stormy day on the Atlantic coast. (Doris)
  • It’s hot. Feels like it’s melting. (Rob)
  • Bats are in the news, possibly making a comeback. Swarmingunder a bridge. (Susan)
  • Ducks are confused about migrating. (Baba)
  • Early summer change is coming. (Lauri)

July 2020

U.S. –White House

  • July 4th celebration better without Trump. (Mia)
  • More people are aware they have been taken for a ride by the administration. Feel powerless but angry. (Jana)
  • I feel things are back to normal. I feel families on picnics like in the 1950s. (Florida)
  • No one cares anymore about Donald Trump. Buttigieg looks like a real contender. (Claire de la Lune)

U.S. – Congress/Politics

  • Nancy Pelosi is smiling big. (Pam)
  • Stalemate in government. Not sure which branch. (Sharon)
  • Dull ache in Congress. (Pam)
  • Pelosi looking worried, not in control. (Rob)
  • I feel Kamala Harris and Elizabeth Warren are strong. (Florida)
  • Lindsay Graham quits Congress. (Baba)

U.S. – Economy

  • There's a lot of uncertainty and it's reflected by the stock market. The economy is slowing. (Bluebelle)
  • People are poorer (Donna)
  • People are stressed out about money. (Theng)
  • There is a shortage of a common type of building material. It is an artificial shortage. I see protestors with hammers on their signs. The sense is the shortage is being created politically. (Melanie)
  • The US economy is still teetering. (Baba)
  • Dow Jones will drop below 20,000. (Bin)

U.S. – People

  • Someone famous has a big birthday bash. (Bernie)
  • Warren G. Harding is remembered for some reason.People are throwing eggs.  They hit someone's face.  Might be a metaphor. (Karen)
  • Swarms of people walking into an office building. (Sharon)
  • Families gather to honor the dead. (Andrew Posey)
  • Clarity regarding next steps. (Kathleen)
  • Famous singer passes. (Patty)
  • A sigh of relief over something passed and over with. (Doris)
  • I feeling rumbling in the St. Louis area. (Betty)
  • Communities and organizations are celebrating, setting off on their own course independent of established government avenues. (Coyote)
  • Make sure you all have an emergency kit ready. (Bernie)
  • People feel slumped. (Rob)
  • Many demonstrations against something brewing, not election, but a wag the dog false flag event. (Muriel)
  • July 4th is subdued. The country is not healed enough to celebrate liberty. (Irene B.)
  • Stumbling toward the light. (Kolsoum)
  • I see Marianne Williamson on the stage speaking. (Jennifer)
  • I see more circles and more listening. People using many of the same devices they did during the Occupy Movement to develop a quorum. (Karen)

U.S. – Election – Who are the Democratic Nominees?

  • I see Kamala Harris. (Bluebelle)
  • I see a younger dark haired man, darker skin, a dark horse.(Clarissa)
  • Traction among elections - focus on Russia (Kathleen)
  • Democrats emerging in the race. (NJ)
  • Biden and Harris on top. (Andrew Posey)
  • The candidate is in their forties with curly brown hair. (Andrew Posey)
  • I see Obama on stage speaking at a rally. (Lovendures)
  • I see Kamala Harris or darker skin woman. She's tough. (Theng)
  • Biden chooses Warren. (Kolsoum)
  • Occupy style voting and listening at this convention. (Karen)
  • Candidate is not Biden. (Jana)
  • Democratic candidates are Biden and Harris. (Andrew Posey)
  • I see lots of women on the political stage. (Doris)
  • There’s a woman and a man at the podium. (Sharon)
  • Nominee is unclear - not Biden. (Kathleen)
  • A woman wearing blue, I want to say Elizabeth Warren. (Doris)
  • DNC more divisive than we hope for. (Muriel)
  • Woman VP candidate. (Kathleen)
  • Nominee — I see Kamala there and someone else. (Jeanne Mayell)
  • I see a man with young children on stage. (Lovendures)
  • DNC convention Buttigieg is at the podium. (Susan)
  • Kamala Harris. (Jana)
  • (Karen)
  • Another woman who is brown skin. (Doris)
  • A lady with yellow hair. Blonde. (Bernie)
  • I see Kamala Harris speaking but I don’t think she is the candidate (Irene B.)
  • Kamala Harris as VP candidate (Kathleen)
  • Stacey Abrams is an important figure (Muriel)
  • Female candidate, 40s, curly brown hair (Rob)
  • When I see the DNC, I get the message “Rambo” and see a mushroom cloud, indicating a hotly contested convention.  (Arianne)
  • Kamala Harris is on stage in a light coloured dress or suit. She is standing at a podium, turning her head to look at someone standing in the shadows. There is cheering and elation from the crowd. (Villager)
  • Block of states unify to support Trump while another block supports Biden. (Sydney)
  • The candidate for the democrats is Kirsten Gillibrand. (Paula)
  • People are determined to make their votes count in the next election. Participation in the system is way up. (Baba)
  • I see a female presidential candidate and a male vice presidential candidate for the Dems. I see Kamala Harris with Mayor Pete. (Baba)
  • Biden will not be the nominee for the Democratic Party. I feel Buttigieg will be on the ticket. (Bright Opal)
  • Biden may have some health issues. (Bright Opal)

International

  • More long range missile tests by North Korea. (Bluebelle)
  • Thermonuclear explosion. A mushroom cloud. (Karen)
  • Fireworks over the bridge in Sydney. (Andrew Posey)
  • I see statues falling in U.K., people meeting in red brick building plotting. (Rob)
  • A big movie release. (Bernie)
  • I see a suit of armor again, indicating peace that needs to be guarded. (Arianne)
  • Unrest in Saudi streets. People are unhappy with the ruling family. (Villager)
  • China is trying to influence election through fear and people's stomachs (agriculture). (Baba)
  • Iran tries to interfere in election through social media. (Baba)

Climate & Earth

  • Extremely hot weather. Too much heat for a large US city. (Michelle)
  • Terrible natural disaster, possibly in the Heartland.(Camel)
  • Forest fires out west, I hear the fire burning, remote area. (Doris)
  • Crops coming early, drought in places. (Rob)
  • Listen I hear no birds. What is going on? (Bernie)
  • Scorched earth, birds dehydrated (Faye)
  • Explosion on a beachfront, the sea life is being damaged. (Karen)
  • Water shortages started to expand. (Mia)
  • Drenching rain in Midwest, southeastern US and Europe. (Kathleen)
  • I feel earth rumbling. A crack in the earth. People crying and losing everything. (Clarissa)
  • Fires in Australia and New Zealand. (Kathleen)
  • Weird weather, like snow. (Jordan)
  • Hot weather. (Theng)
  • Small farms goats. (Linda)
  • There will be a drought in Africa. (Bin)

Science & Technology

  • Something similar to electricity getting discovered happens - I see the kite up in a thundering and lighting filled sky (Susan)

 August 2020

U.S. – White House

  • Lots of conflict and people are looking away, avoiding it. (Theng)
  • RNC nomination: no Trump. (Andrew Posey)
  • RNC Nomination: I see Donald Trump on stage accepting nomination and the scene resembles footage of Hitler speaking. (Jana)
  • "We’re lifting the people up” or some other saying as a slogan. (Doris)
  • I get the messages “Progress is made bringing Trump to justice” and "Briefly there is a sign of hope." (Arianne)

U.S. – Congress/Politics

  • The Capitol building with many young girls of color crowding around. (Jeanne Mayell)
  • New York City is ready for a new mayor! (Irene B.)
  • I feel the RNC fighting. There is no energy for them. (Florida)
  • I see a politician shot at a big auditorium. (Rob)

U.S. – Economy

  • Spend, spend, spend! People don't care - no reason to save. (Linda)
  • Something very big is happening with the economy, it is not good news.
    People are running around in a panic. (Michelle)

U.S. – People

  • Traffic jams out of New York. (Andrew Posey)
  • Protesters in the streets, lots of them. (Sharon)
  • Half the nation is engrossed in the political circus, the other half is engaged in grassroots work on the margins. (John C.)
  • New York City pissed at De Blasio. (Irene B.)
  • There is a boxing arena. Two men in blue suits are having an all out fight. The audience is full of more men in blue suits. Everyone in the audience looks disconnected, waiting for the fight to be over. I don’t see any women. (Villager)
  • The Military is called in to organize as infrastructure and basic needs are disrupted. (Sydney)
  • People are weary from all the fighting and the trauma that the country has been through. They crave peace and harmony again. (Baba)
  • Expect another attack on a synagogue. (Bin)

U.S. – Election

  • People are preoccupied and don’t care about the conventions. (Jordan)
  • People giving up. (Karen)

Democrat nominees:

  • Harris/M. Pete. (Pam)
  • Kamala  and Buttigieg — this is what I got  at June 6 reading but I can’t let go of Warren as a major contender. Will weigh in again on her later) Jeanne Mayell)
  • Warren and Pete. (Mia)
  • Biden is quiet in the background. Not really on stage. (Lovendures)
  • Biden falling down. (Camel)
  • People cheering, crowd cheering people on a stage. (Doris)
  • Surprise presidential candidate on democratic side. (Kathleen)
  • Democratic candidates are chosen Biden and Harris. (Lauri)

Republicans

  • Republicans have successfully avoided taking legislative action to block Russian interference in the election and have blocked a return to paper ballots. (Bluebelle)
  • RNC and no Trump. (Andrew Posey)
  • Weld and Romney are vying for Republican candidacy. Same old same old. Trump base afraid to vote democratic party. (Kathleen)
  • More quiet RNC. (Lovendures)
  • GOP convention: very few attend. (Karen)
  • Republicans have had their cover blown and people lack trust of this group. (Mia)
  • Empty seats. (Karen)
  • RNC deflated, exhausted, no more mojo. (Clarissa)
  • RNC convention Trump is spurned like a candy wrapper on the ground. A strong female voice is there - her presence is chilling, though. (Susan)
  • Short of breath, GOP convention, over emotional, letting anger get best of someone. (Jennifer)
  • RNC - It is Trump the candidate. He looks sweaty and sick but he’s the candidate I feel. Smirking. (Jeanne Mayell)
  • We all have political fatigue. We feel the RNC is dead in the water.  They are denying facts as usual, which doesn't inspire confidence from anywhere. There is no excitement for anyone at their convention.  They are hiding things. (Claire de la Lune)
  • Republican convention: horribly conservative. Nothing changed. (Paula)
  • The Republican Party is in chaos and this is only the tip of the iceberg. They are defiant and fearful. Their candidate is the dark haired lady from SC, Nikki Haley. (Baba)
  • Lawsuits against voter suppression will be brought up. (Bin)

International

  • Bahamas in the news. (Bernie)
  • I'm seeing an explosion in the Middle East. (Betty)
  • Russia in the news. Up to no good. (Doris)
  • Someone breaks into the Tower of London, steels jewelry. (Bernie)
  • Singapore has something big to celebrate. (Baba)
  • There is an increase in refugees heading towards Australia again. (Baba)
  • The Russians are causing problems in Ukraine again. (Baba)
  • A million eyes are closed because of an avalanche in the Himalayas. (Bright Opal)
  • I see a red brick wall with Buddha behind it, perhaps a sign that Enlightenment is being blocked, although it’s in view.  (Arianne)

Climate & Earth

  • Really big storm. (Gail M.)
  • More heat; nature gasping for relief. (Faye)
  • Colorado fire in the news. Blazes destroy nature and houses. People and animals in danger. (Paula)
  • Reptiles in the news: snakes in both the U.S. and Australia are moving their habitats, searching for dryer climates. (Paula)
  • More heat than before. (Faye)
  • A tsunami. (Clarissa)

September 2020

 U.S. –White House

  • Not sure if it’s a hope or not, but Trump is out. (Pam)
  • Trump completely gone (Donna)
  • Trump is swirling down a vortex tunnel, helpless. (Betty)

U.S. – Congress/Politics

  • I feel like the House leadership is playing a big role in reorganizing the country back to democracy (Irene B.)
  • Calmer, less chaos in political consciousness. (Pam)

U.S. – Economy

  • Farmers losing money, (Kathleen)
  • Economy is slows. (Karen)

U.S. – People

  • Fox News continues to control their viewers through fear. (Bluebelle)
  • A shooting at the border. (Jeanne Mayell)
  • I hear helicopters near a chain link fence. I hear sirens and see clouds of dust. This looks like the Mexico/US border. Asylum seekers are barely visible in the clouds of dust, but they are gripping the fence. I can’t tell if they want to get in, or if they are lamenting the fate of their loved ones. There is anguish. (Villager)
  • There is an influenza virus or something new making people sick and children miss school. Shops are closed as well. (Karen)
  • Women taking to the streets door to door. They are in it to win it. (Mia)
  • A bank heist. Bars of precious metal. (Jordan)
  • People are finding and feeling that processed foods must go and food deserts in the US need wholesome food (Susan)
  • Violent protests erupt in D.C., White House in flames. (Sydney)
  • I see an army of small green beings. (Melanie)

U.S. – Election

  • Governor that is running - don’t know his name older white male (Mia)
  • I see Elizabeth Warren on a stage. (Lovendures)
  • Kamala strong on the podium. (Jeanne Mayell)
  • I see Kamala Harris confused about running a campaign of this scale. (Jana)
  • House leadership looks strong and leading the country - it will help in the 2020 election victory. (Irene B.)
  • It seems as if the Republicans have become hermits. They don't have a message any more that anyone wants to hear, and don't know how to speak to the people in a way they will believe. (Claire de la Lune)
  • Voters will be fearing Trump. (Bin)
  • AOC will be endorsing Sanders. (Bin)

International

  • Escalations in Crimea (Doris)
  • Ukraine, eastern Europe are tense politically (Doris)
  • South Africa is struggling with crime. (Doris)
  • Something big happens in international soccer. (Baba)

Climate & Earth

  • Chickens an issue. Also fish. (Jeanne Mayell)
  • A virus that is in a spiral (Karen)
  • Fires in west again. (Kathleen)
  • (Gail M.)
  • Cornfields and a scarecrow (Sharon)
  • (Andrew Posey)
  • Arctic sea ice is almost gone. (Jeanne Mayell)
  • Flooding in schools. I see boats picking up people in the streets. (Andrew Posey)
  • Severely reduced crops in the Midwest (Kathleen)
  • Clear blue sky. Calm before the storm, smells like flowers. (Linda)
  • I feel storms in the Florida gulf, but not too bad.(Florida)
  • Problems with sea level rise in Europe. Miscalculated, felt safe but it's not the case, in the Netherlands, the seas come over the water protections and cause floods. (Paula)
  • There is a cluster of tornadoes in the Midwest. (Baba)
  • California is having a drought. (Baba)
  • The beaches are empty in eastern South America. The waves are foaming, the water is churning. A huge cyclone. (Bright Opal)

October 2020

U.S. –White House

  • Trump is slumping in a chair, dazed, losing the will to fight further.   Furious. Exhausted and even sick. (Susan)
  • Trump in a coffin. Could see the coffin through the window of a hearse. (Cindy )
  • Trump talking war with China, moving Presidency to Denver. (Sydney)

U.S. – Economy

  • Rates are crazy at this point. Ugly debates (Jeanne Mayell)
  • Food prices are through the roof. (Linda)
  • Feeling frustrated, disappointment at economy. (Theng)

U.S. – People

  • A birthday celebration in an old home in Hollywood, a red carpet affair. (Andrew Posey)
  • A year of tremendous relief. Blacks sobbing, heaving chests. Alleluia! (Camel)
  • My heart is pounding for some reason. A lot of anxiety in the collective. (Jeanne Mayell)
  • Less division. (Pam)
  • I hear the words, “We can rise above.” (Lovendures)

U.S. – Election

  • Everyone wants the election to be over. Both sides. The national political discussion is so divisive and disturbing. (Bluebelle)
  • October surprise. Many countries are involved in influencing the U.S. elections.  Russia, China, Saoudi Arabia, Canada, France, U.K., Turkey and many more (Bright Opal)
  • Massive energy regarding election preparations. (Kathleen)
  • Cyber security running on overdrive for the election. And all of social media. Concern for voting machines. (Mia)
  • Frenetic energy, excitement, election near. (Clarissa)
  • Not clear about presidential outcome. (Kathleen)
  • There is the feeling of a new beginning, of hopefulness that hasn't been in evidence in a long time. Let's get this election done! (Claire de la Lune)
  • Buttigieg becomes Democrat nominee. (Bin)
  • Trump's favorability drops in the polls. (Bin)
  • Everyone wants the election to be over. Both sides want it to be over.  The national political discussion is so divisive and disturbing. (Bluebelle)

International

  • Tourist boat has people falling. It seems as if the boat were struck by guns/artillery. (Susan)
  • Paris is in darkness. There are some lights on one side of the Eiffel tower. Halfway up the side of the tower, a French flag is fluttering in the breeze. (Villager)
  • Brexit is a startling mess that did not get anywhere. Embarrassment to the whole country which is now out of order, costing the country its position in the world. (Paula)
  • Everyone breathes a sigh of relief for one moment. A major crisis is averted. (Baba)
  • Italy has major financial problems that come to a head. (Baba)

Climate & Earth

  • Roads turning to muck and sliding away. (Jordan)
  • Dry pastures with pumpkins. (Faye)
  • A volcano erupts in Italy. The smoke is billowing up into the sky and the people are running. (Karen)
  • Fishing is bad, water polluted, fishes sick. (Donna)
  • Food rationing. Expensive groceries. (Sharon)
  • I felt a ferocious storm coming to Florida. (Florida)
  • Early cold fall weather. (Michelle)

Science & Technology

  • There is a major breakthrough in aviation that changes air travel. (Baba)
  • We find out that dragons do/did exist. (Baba)

November 2020

U.S. – Congress/Politics

  • Alexandria Ocasio Cortez is leading a new fresh movement that is green and causing a revolution in the US. Young people are voting for the green plan. (Paula)

U.S. – Economy

  • Thanksgiving is what people have grown themselves in their own communities. It is a blessing.  There is the smell of earth.  Of sweat that people had to work for this food much harder. (Karen)

U.S. – People

  • Hot weather, the border is bleeding. (Jeanne Mayell)
  • It feels like the year 2000, a new age has begun, but most people not aware of it; too caught up in political drama. The old ways are clinging on for life. (John C.)
  • Hacking is a massive issue no one trusts the machines. (Muriel)
  • There will be a big I.T. hack. (Bernie)
  • It is night time in Washington DC, near the Lincoln memorial. Women in suits are standing on the back of a pickup truck celebrating. They are exuberant. They are surrounded by a crowd of police and journalists who are watching in disbelief. (Villager)
  • There is hope during this time, but also fear. (Kathleen)

U.S. – Election results

  • How do you feel about election? I feel relief.  There is so much to be done.  Everyone's attention turns to the economy.  Believe it or not, people are more worried about the economy and jobs than the outcome of the election. (Bluebelle)

Blue wins:

  • There is a Democrat president. (Bluebelle)
  • I see blue and I’m not making this up. It’s just that dark field of blue on the map photos they show on TV on election night. (Andrew Posey)
  • I see a lot of blue in politics. I feel much happier and smile.  A very large group of us sigh in relieve at the same moment. (Michelle)
  • People excited to vote. Feels like massive turnout planned in their minds.  (Irene B.)
  • I see all blue. (Andrew Posey)
  • Democrat president. (Bluebelle)
  • Democrat wins the election. (Jana)
  • Democrats win. Male president and female VP. (Sharon)
  • Congress is all blue. (Pam)
  • Blue Wave in House and Senate and Presidency. (Kathleen)
  • Democrat will win. (Irene B.)
  • See the color white, like suffragettes. We did it! (Clarissa)
  • Dems take both houses. (Betty)
  • “All is fine,” is what I hear. (Doris)
  • Warren again at a table. Some red states, more blue. (Lovendures)
  • GOP not happy. (Pam)
  • House races? Blues still hold on. (Jeanne Mayell)
  • I felt Hillary Clinton on stage on election day at the podium. She loomed large and it was exciting. Kamala Harris’ presence was strong off to the left as if she were to become president. (Florida)
  • Mitch is in trouble in Kentucky. He is upside down in his election. (Claire de la Lune)
  • I hear a donkey loudly braying. The elephant is on its side. Democrats win. It is still close in the senate. The house is retained. The presidency is won but not as strongly as expected. (Baba)
  • Dems will get at least 300 electoral votes; Trump loses. (Bin)
  • House stays blue, GOP loses Senate. (Bin)

Red wins:

  • How do I feel after the election? Sick. (Jeanne Mayell)
  • Unfair election; rigged again. (Faye)
  • The world is stunned, watching, focused. (Doris)
  • Gatherings of people in cold weather, depressed and disgruntled. (Jordan)
  • Smoke coming out of building on Election Day, boo. Not big, but very scary, just another thing that keeps happening. (Jennifer)
  • Fight over results. (Kolsoum)
  • One man and VP woman Democrats will win. (Donna)
  • What about the Senate - senate purple. Majority party? Can't tell. (Jeanne Mayell)
  • The purple inner lining of a coffin. The false royalty of the Trump mafia-like family getting put to rest? Jostling and mayhem at the polls. Putin is sneering.     (Susan)

Election day:

  • There is lots of turmoil. People are unwilling to accept the election outcome.  There is rancor and wild accusations. (Bluebelle)
  • More people turning out to vote passions high. positive energy suppression of the vote has been corrected in some areas (not in others) No Mitch No Collins. (Mia)
  • Lowest voter turnout ever. Purple. (Linda)
  • Millennials have woken up and are voting in record numbers. They see the problem and are ready to right a wrong. (They have gone from John Mayer's "Waiting on the World to Change" to Graham Nash's, "We can Change the World, Rearrange the World, It's Dying."). (Claire de la Lune)
  • Election stalled as chaos outbreaks and Trump talks of himself as Savior. (Sydney)
  • A frog in a pot, water being slowly brought to boiling, the frog doesn't jump out of the pot. The voters (Rep, Dems, Independents)  feel deflated and don't bother voting.  Democracy is in danger in the U.S.  An autocracy is in the making. (Bright Opal)
  • There are long lines for voting in the US election. People are fearful of manipulation. (Baba)
  • Paper ballots are required (Baba)
  • People in the US are hopeful for a new beginning. (Baba)
  • Voting at the polls some fear of foreign intervention. (Lauri)
  • Diehard Trump voters will go on a rampage after the election night. (Bin)
  • Election results: If Trump is not impeached, the Democratic Party will lose the elections.  It is the Dems' election to lose. (Bright Opal)

International

  • I keep being reminded of how important Shinzo Abe will turn out to be. (Arianne)

Climate & Earth

  • I picture crackling dry earth in southwest U.S. (Betty)
  • I see a volcano erupting - red lava - not sure if this is symbolism. (Melanie)
  • I get the message that, “Disaster comes, but not from where you’d expect,” as well as “Ranchers and poachers” and “Rains and rainforest.” (Arianne)

December 2020

U.S. –White House

  • Donald Trump celebrates his victory. I gather he will not serve his entire second term because he is not well. I think he dies in office. (Jana)
  • There is a huge feeling of relief, hope for our future in going forward, and genuine happiness. Trump acts out around the full moon, his last hurrah. (Claire de la Lune)

U.S. – Economy

  • There is so much to be done.  Attention turns to the economy.  Believe it or not.  People are more worried about the economy and jobs than the outcome of the election. (Bluebelle)
  • Markets are up. (Kathy G.).

U.S. – People

  • I see people rising up. I’m not sure if it’s the right side, But there are a lot of happy people and a lot of really angry ones. (Andrew Posey)
  • Miss America’s wig is removed and she is bald. (NJ)
  • Tired and exhausted, this has to stop. We need a break or holiday. (Doris)
  • (Gail M.)
  • Feeling relieved, country needs repair but better. (Donna)
  • Now we all breath again. There is still a lot of work to do though. (Irene B.)
  • At last, hopeful that we have an end to corrupt government. (Kathleen)
  • Time for a peaceful retreat in the snow. (Doris)
  • It’s quiet. (Melanie)
  • Families feel more cohesive; more happiness prevalent. (Mia)
  • People are used to it, but there is a queasy feeling I get.  I sense that we have lost something great and living with something new. (Andrew Posey)
  • Someone drawing a long thin Christmas tree. A more basic Christmas. (Lovendures)
  • We have to save the immigrant children. (Irene B.)
  • Trees are silhouetted against snow. All sounds are muffled. People have retreated to their homes. It is time to take a breather. No one wants to talk about politics. Everyone wants to focus on family. (Villager)
  • People are sheltering in place as looting is common and there is pandemonium in cities. (Sydney)
  • Lingering confusion in the aftermath of the election. (Susan)
  • The U.S. is not as divided as it was prior to the elections.People are gay (happy sense of the word!).  Bright Opal)
  • Televisions losing their pictures, no longer receiving info to show. (Susan)
  • Taking pleasure in small things. Books. (Linda)
  • Sentiment is starting to become more positive but there is much work to be done to repair all that was lost and damaged during the last 4 years. (Baba)

U.S. – Election

  • Lots of turmoil. People are unwilling to accept the election outcome.    Wild accusations. (Bluebelle)
  • House and Senate are blue.. Biden is president. Harris VP. (Lauri)
  • People will be cheering from the election result. (Bin)
  • Buttigieg will be announcing his progressive plan. (Bin)

International

  • Big drama in the Church. (Patty)
  • When I ask for the state of the world, I see giant hands that turn into fires, probably a sign that things are getting out of control. (Arianne)

Climate & Earth

  • Cold winter.(Theng)
  • Animals stampeding in the west. I feel sick about the treatment of horses.  A new low. (Jeanne Mayell)
  • We don't know where we are going. The weather has hit us all badly, worldwide. We are afraid we cannot stop it anymore. Consciousness is changing. We have to lift up our spirits and turn a new corner. (Paula)

2020 Whole Year Positive Predictions  

More hope:

  • Feeling of hope among US and other countries. (Kathleen))
  • A rare natural phenomenon occurs that gives hope to humanity. (Baba)
  • Early spring hopeful attitudes across the US. (Lauri)
  • February: Its finally over! We can move forward again. (Clarissa)
  • April: People beginning to recover, having hope. (Apr) (Irene B.)
  • April: Renewed hopefulness. (Pam)
  • May: Singing, women in joyous celebration. (Pam)
  • July: Hope amidst fear. (Kathleen)
  • November: People have more confidence. (Theng)
  • December: Happy, celebrations, hope. (Kathleen)
  • December: Relieved. (Pam) Tired; relief. (Faye)

Shift in Consciousness

  • A yellow light comes on, it reminds me of sunlight. (Michelle)
  • More global meditations, people doing intentions for our year. (Muriel)
  • A dove of the holy spirit rises above the departure of Trump. (Susan)
  • People are waking up! (Sydney)
  • Hope returns with a slow climb due to erosion of institutions. (Lauri)
  • New dawn feelings, rising hope for common decency and mutual respect and human dignity. (Susan)
  • A greater sense of community. (Linda)
  • People will be helping each other. (Bin)
  • There will be more funding for education and affordable houses. (Bin)
  • Immigrant children reunited with their parents. (Bluebelle)
  • February: Valentine’s day momentous - it’s about love and I see hands holding around the world. (Jeanne Mayell)
  • February: An angel of love pierces hearts. People are reaching out in passion.  (Karen)
  • April: There is a celebration of breaking fast that is not understood until now. (Karen)
  • May: Blood drives. People asked to donate blood.(Kathy G.)

Earth/Climate

  • Colourful paper kites are fluttering in the breeze. Kids and their families are enjoying a moment of lightheartedness. There is a feeling of gratitude for what remains of nature. A feeling that ‘together we can do this’. Perhaps a renewed commitment to climate action? (Villager)
  • Plants are budding on buildings everywhere. They are unstoppable, no matter what destruction humans cause. They will grow through the tiniest of cracks. (Villager)
  • Climate change becomes very important in the news and people start accepting the reality of it. (Baba)
  • Renewable energy becomes dominant. (Baba)
  • Rise of sea level in South East forcing acceptance of climate change. (Lauri)

Miscellaneous 

  • I see blue, just that dark field of blue. (Andrew Posey)
  • Love is in the air! Who? Somebody in national spotlight, not royal but kind of. (Jennifer)
  • It just feels like we’ve had 14 days of antibiotics but we are still recovering a long illness.  People are less tense though. (Irene B.)
  • When I ask for a positive reading, a wrathful emanation of the Bodhisattva Tara tells me, “I told you”, which I take as a bad sign (last time I did this, I got a warning that 2020 would be a bad year). (Arianne)

U.S. – Economy

  • Much work to be done by next administration - things in the economy are bad. (Kathleen)

U.S. – Election

  • A sense in the winning that we have lost. (Andrew Posey)

International

  • No war with Iran. (Kathleen)

 

 


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07/17/2019 2:26 am  

does this mean Trump wins a 2nd term??


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@stu

Unclear.  But more people saw blue wave than red victory. Bluebelle and Andrew saw blue win and they have  good accuracy.  I didn’t see who won but wasn’t feeling good about it, but that isn’t the same as seeing Trump win.

Andrew said that it seemed as if in the winning we have lost.  That condition might explain why I did not feel good about the outcome.  

But I think it is too early to tell.   Everyone needs to vote regardless.  We will read this again as we get closer to the time.   


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07/18/2019 11:11 am  

It sounds like a very mixed picture, interesting that if you mix the colours blue and red you get purple.

Are there any signs of a new party gaining traction in America? Europe has seen many new parties appear so i'm wondering if the same thing is happening in the USA?

Are people getting fed up with politics? other predictions here seem to suggest that people will turn their backs on politics.

I get the feeling people have had enough of politics in the UK, it's become toxic and ridiculous.


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07/18/2019 12:45 pm  

Andrew said that it seemed as if in the winning we have lost.  That condition might explain why I did not feel good about the outcome.  

 If we win the Presidency but not the Senate, I'm seeing nothing but obstruction.  If I had to choose, I'd rather win the Senate.  If, God forbid, ConDon gets in, he will self-destruct.  But Snapping Turtle is destroying the Senate.  I heard Jon Tester speaking on Morning Joe today.  He said that there is minimal voting on actual policy legislation -- all Turtle does is push through judges.  


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07/19/2019 1:31 pm  

Thought....could that mean Trump is reelected and democrats control house and senate? 


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