In the United Kingdom, 61-year-old Jemima Packington is the only “asparamante” in the world and says she can see into the future by throwing asparagus into the air. Her predictions are often oriented towards her native country, but she is launching her visions of the future for the whole world.
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Indeed, some of Jemima’s predictions last year have come true. For example, she predicted that it would rain a lot in the summer (2017) in the United Kingdom. According to his prediction, it was found that the country was experiencing the 11th wettest summer on record. In previous years, she correctly predicted her country’s credit crisis or the euro crisis. Today, it maintains a long list of predictions, most of which have been well fulfilled.
“I take what I do seriously, but I never take myself seriously,” said Jemima, who lives in Bath, in southern England. “When I throw the asparagus, it creates patterns and it is these patterns that I interpret.”
She uses fresh asparagus grown in her hometown of Evesham where she then collects the desired amount, throws it into the air and “reads” the shapes when they are in the air and on the ground.
“Usually I am 80% to 90% accurate with my predictions,” she said. “Sometimes I can be wrong because I haven’t quite read it correctly, but I’m never far away.”
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Jemima Packington’s predictions for 2018?
- Rise in the number of royal births.
- The United Kingdom will suffer from floods at the beginning of the year.
- Theresa May will be ousted and Britain will have a new Prime Minister
- Oscar : success for British films and one British actor in particular.
- No major sporting achievements for UK teams.
- The Brexit will force many countries outside the EU to review their border and immigration policies.
- The Bitcoin bubble will burst.
- Resurgence of the book as opposed to to cyber-libraries and video games.
- More countries in the world will follow the Danish concept of Hygge, where contentment and well-being of mind and body is the order of the day. A significant return to family values will be seen.
Earthquakes and volcanic eruptions will occur worldwide.
Politics (probably English) will be rocked by a series of scandals.
The United States will bring the world to the brink of serious conflict if a successful intervention by the rest of the world cannot be achieved. Beware of improbable peacemakers, she says.
The world’s major economies will slow down but recover slightly.
Highlight image credit: Jemima Packington / Daily Mirror