World Predictions Forum Archive

World Predictions Forum Archive2018-08-09T18:19:59-04:00

Comments, questions, and predictions updates from May 2016 to June 2017. 

These comments contain many predictions that you will not find on the World Predictions for 2017 and Beyond Page because they occurred in response to questions people asked.



  1. Bin Zhao 06/22/2017 at 8:49 am

    Jeanne, Zoron, how do you see the decline of American democracy? Do you see a populist reviving it after the GOP is gone?

  2. Frannie 06/21/2017 at 5:48 pm

    Significant large storms in the news, probably tornados, in the U.S.A. (Lisa)

    Hit. Tropical storm Cindy about to strike SE.

    Also terrorist attacks in news: foiled ones in Paris, Brussels. Maybe one in Flint today. Plus the congress shooting.

  3. zoron 06/21/2017 at 4:11 pm

    Strange things from the middle east. The ISIS leader is apparently in a situation, where it it is not even clear that he is alive. He is certainly in a serious situation, I am getting that his power is being challenged, and that the people around him realise that it is over. He is also probably ill, or seriously wounded. I do not get that he is dead. But he might soon be, and he is broken, as a threat. Anyway, his situation is not good. The Saudi’s are considering pulling him out, if he lives, and giving him secret refuge. The ISIS thing is now in its terminal phase. Trump will screw things up big time however, just as he did in Qatar. Trump has done a deal with the Saudi, an “understanding” where he himself will get double crossed, and ripped off. He will, ultimately, get little to show for his recent trip, and much trouble.

    • Frannie 06/21/2017 at 5:49 pm

      The Russians said the other day they thought they had killed the ISIS leader El Baghdadi.

  4. Jeanne Mayell 06/21/2017 at 12:34 pm

    Hey Everyone, I had to disable the Gravatars because they were slowing up the load speed of this already loaded page. I’ll put them back if and when we can find a way to prevent them from slowing down the site. I loved the gravatars! But every time anyone reads this page, or posts a comment, the page has to reach out to the Gravatar website to load each person’s gravatar. That takes a lot of processing.

    • Grace 06/21/2017 at 3:10 pm

      Not a problem, Jeanne. Speeding up the site is a good thing.

    • ElaineG 06/21/2017 at 4:08 pm

      I can’t get on the Robert Mueller thread. I tried firefox, explorer, and chrome. I tried another thread, and it was OK. Why is R. Mueller locked?

      • Jeanne Mayell 06/21/2017 at 9:47 pm

        I just checked the Robert mueller thread in the forum and it seemed fine. Does anyone else have trouble with it? I even added a post to it.

        • Lora 06/21/2017 at 10:46 pm

          I’m not having trouble with the Mueller topic. Riveting scan! Btw, I like your idea of reposting the five rules of Right Speech for any future “Ugh” posts you feel the need to address. They are draining for me as well. Namaste.

          • Jeanne Mayell 06/21/2017 at 10:59 pm

            Lora, thank you! Right speech is a tough thing to learn but in today’s combative world, it is a big help

  5. Debbie 06/20/2017 at 11:44 pm

    Hi Jeanne,
    It’s been mentioned on CNN more than once that Donald Trump is becoming more isolated, angry, etc. Maybe that’s the reason he isn’t being “seen” after 2018. It really does sound as though he is unraveling.
    Also, as a Hillary Clinton supporter, I wonder if you get any sense of how she is doing. I honestly don’t feel she is corrupt in the way that she is often portrayed. And she would have been, I think, a much more humane president. Thanks.

    • Bin Zhao 06/21/2017 at 12:58 am

      After Hillary Clinton lost, I became a Bernie Sanders supporter. The way she run the campaign wasn’t strong enough. Sanders is still fighting for the common people. If I find out that the democrat isn’t a progressive, I will vote third party.

      • David Wyman 06/21/2017 at 1:01 pm

        Hi Bin,
        You’re right that there are a lot of things happening because of Sanders, even small ones. I belong to a FB group called Bernie-crats for Worcester County (in MASS). There are chapters for every county. In the recent Democratic State Convention, over 700 delegates came from a Sanders associated group, either this one or Our Revolution. The same thing happened earlier in California. Massachusetts has the most progressive state platform now in the US and Sanders has acknowledged it. He’s working on a grassroots effort to transform the Democratic Party. It will take time but there is a lot of determination and enthusiasm. The Democrats recent defeat in Georgia had this headline: Democrats Seethe After Georgia Loss: ‘Our Brand Is Worse Than Trump.’ I wonder how long it will take them to realize the re-branding is already under way and it has a potentially winning formula. The Dems missed a real opportunity to appeal to us when they didn’t elect Keith Ellison as DNC chairman. It will be interesting to see if there’s a Sanders effect in 2018 but a lot of us feel as you do about not voting for the establishment Democrat in favor of a progressive even a third party, which is something the Green Party probably needs to look into.

        • Grace 06/21/2017 at 3:16 pm

          Very encouraging, David. I am happy to see Bernie Sanders and people who agree with his progressive ideas working behind the scenes. It will make a big difference in creating the compassionate, equitable society so many of us seek. Thank you!

    • Jeanne Mayell 06/21/2017 at 9:53 pm

      Debbie, you might be right that the signs are emerging that Trump is getting overwhelmed. I read in Politico which is a credible publication that he wants to resign but doesn’t want to be the only other president besides Nixon who has done so.

      • Kim K. 06/21/2017 at 11:32 pm

        I don’t think Putin would be pleased, if Trump would resign right yet. Trump has more power such as veto stuff if necessary. Also Trump’s personality prevents him from resigning, he can’t handle defeat very well.

    • Jeanne Mayell 06/21/2017 at 11:07 pm

      I will do a reading on Hillary in the forum at some point. It’s jarring to me when people call her crooked. I preferred sanders because she is more centrist but I think “crooked”is not a fair characteristic. Crooked describes Trump’s projection of himself upon her.

      She’s a dedicated civil servant. She wants to make a positive mark in the country, she wants to leave a legacy. She is more centrist and more of a typical politician than sanders in that she compromises in order to get in a position where she can make change. But this is a woman who spent her First Lady years trying to get us National health insurance.

      When she was working as a political activist in her college years, Donald Trump was cheating people and chasing women.

      • Lora 06/23/2017 at 4:15 pm

        I feel the same way about Hillary. She’s a victim of the GOPs spin machine, not a villain.

        • MHB 06/23/2017 at 10:44 pm


    • camille 06/22/2017 at 6:00 pm

      Debbie no leader would have been right for our country we are divided even when facts are in on our faces. You can put the perfect candidate up and people will not vote for him or her simply because he/she is a Democratic or Republican. There is a war in the middle class and poor. All are pointing fingers except at ourselves for the chaos in our country. Real change can only happen when the People unite rich, poor, liberal, conservative and find a solution that is fair and right.The poor and middle class need to unite in masses to protest not vote like “a good boy.” Protest your election date instead of voting whether you’re Republican/Democrat; don’t cast a single vote demand change.The difference between the rich and poor is simply that one can buy more “stuff” or “junk” mansions, cars, boats, trips and so on at the expense of another not putting food on the table. Are these “things” worth it? I do not want socialism but it is impossible to live on $8/hour while the Wal-Mart CEO lives in a 8,200 sq/ft mansion. We need to get people leading in science and technology; the future of the world but more than ever we need people to start believing in their power. Trump is not the leader to lead in accomplishing this for many obvious reasons too long to list here…Hillary as president would definitely help me sleep at night.

    • Kelly Clover 07/01/2017 at 1:11 am

      In spite of all the talk about Trump unraveling I am very much afraid he is highly successful in a whole bunch of stuff he is doing behind our backs. I am very concerned about the Election Fraud Commission that the Trump administration created. This is a total farce. It’s a blatantly partisan power grab that will be abused in the worst ways imaginable. This so-called commission will be used to further advance voter suppression and wherever practical to secretly hack voting machines or otherwise cheat in future elections. Jeanne Mayell made earlier predictions about future elections being blatantly rigged in favor the Republicans. This agency is one of the ways Trump is likely to go about this sort of thing.
      In the forseeable future I think America is going to look more and more like Russia with government-controlled news and rigged elections.It will look less and less like a constitutional republic. The constant attacks and bullying of the news media by the Trump administration is an effort to make the entire news media subservient to the desires of the White House. I believe that voter suppression is going to get much worse. Policies designed to enrich greedy billionaires at the expense of the middle class and the poor will get much worse. Donald Trump in particular will enrich himself to the hilt at our expense.

  6. Debbie 06/20/2017 at 11:40 pm

    Hi Kelly,
    I feel that people from many religions are in danger of becoming radicalized. It’s been a human story now for centuries, and maybe has more to do with people feeling angry, isolated, needing to belong somewhere, to some group, or a kind of blindness or need for empowerment..In other words, I think it’s a human issue. In every group, in every religion, there will be people who will move toward violence to satisfy some deep rage or terrible need to belong somewhere. In the meantime, restricting immigration means leaving out thousands of loving souls.

    • Kelly Clover 06/29/2017 at 9:51 pm

      This message is to Debbie. I have a paperback copy of the Quran at home. I bought it years ago because I heard some Christian preachers reference it when talking about Muslims. I soon learned that the Quran is far more explicit in its portrayal of violence than the Bible. There are multiple scriptures that talk about striking off the heads or fingertips of men.The Quran contains scriptures that appear to authorize men to beat their wives to force obedience to their demands. The Quran contains what appears to be an altered version of the 10 commandments. Among other things it appears to alter the “Do not kill” command to allow the killing of non-Muslims. I don’t think the problem of radicalization can be explained wholly on the basis of an individual’s background. The Bible spends little time talking about other religions. However the Quran makes multiple and quite negative references to Jews and Christians. I think the wording of the Quran and the plausible ways it can be interpreted is a very real problem.
      What America has done militarily and foreign-policy-wise doesn’t make a lot of sense. All the bombs we have dropped on the Middle East and northern Africa have achieved nothing constructive that I can see. What we have is endless death and destruction and lost American tax dollars while making neither the Middle East, America, nor Europe any safer.

  7. Frannie 06/20/2017 at 10:59 pm

    Had a very strange dream about Alex Trebek of Jeopardy last night. I was watching a taping and listening to a radio report about his career. It seemed like a retrospective. I read he is signed to do the show through 2020 though… hope he is ok.

    i often suddenly start thinking of famous people either while awake or asleep for no good reason right before they appear in the news. Happened with Nancy Reagan last year. That’s why I mention it.

  8. Meghan 06/20/2017 at 10:42 pm
    • Jeanne Mayell 06/20/2017 at 11:23 pm
      • Kelly Clover 06/21/2017 at 11:46 am

        I have had the thought that some type of election-rigging or cheating could be involved in the vote totals of the Georgia 6th District special election. I see too large a discrepancy between anticipated and actual vote totals to dismiss it as just a coincidence. My suspicion is that Trump has learned a great deal from the Russians regarding both brainwashing voters and secretly hacking machines that have no paper trail to verify reported vote totals.Do any of the psychics at this website believe that the final reported vote totals are fraudulent?

        • Jeanne Mayell 06/21/2017 at 9:57 pm

          I feel strongly that the Georgia election was hacked.

          • Natalie 06/22/2017 at 7:01 am

            If this is true and ut continues. At what point do most voters become aware of it? Because people still assume that these elections are fair.

  9. Bin Zhao 06/20/2017 at 10:19 pm

    Jeanne, Zoron, do you see the ACA passing? I had heard that Cory Booker is working with two other senators to look for the ACA bill.

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