2014: The Year in Psychic Fail

It's that time of year again: Time to review some of the psychic predictions made for last year. Sylvia Browne is out of the picture now, but as Illuminutti has pointed out, she made one last set of predictions that turned out to be very wrong. How did the upstart psychics fare? Nikki, "Psychic to... Continue Reading →

2012 Prediction Fail

The Winner The biggest fail is the late Terence McKenna's Timewave Zero prediction. First published in 1975, it was predicated on McKenna's complex novelty theory about the cyclical nature of time, and guesstimated that some kind of awesome singularity would occur in December 2012 (the date was based partly on his own calculations and partly... Continue Reading →

The Prodigal Witch XII: Doc Marquis

space Doc Marquis lecturing for The Prophecy Club, c. 1997 In the mid '80s, an Illuminati defector and former devil worshiper known as Joseph "Doc" Marquis slipped into the niche vacated by John Todd, who was serving time for a rape conviction. Marquis started out as a virtual John Todd clone, but proved to be... Continue Reading →

And speaking of cool UFO events that didn’t actually happen…

October 15th is "Interplanetary Confederation Day", at least according to the Unarius Academy. The promotional vid below (via Everything is Terrible) shows us some Unarian pageantry *that isn't weird at all*, and tells us that the space brothers will arrive in 2001. Yay, they're here! Oh, wait, it's 2010. Never mind. As you were. Happy... Continue Reading →

Wednesday Weirdness Roundup

On this very day, according to former NORAD officer Stanley A. Fullham's book and website Challenges of Change, there was to be "a massive UFO display over the world's principal cities." Sorry if you missed that. Pay attention next time. One commenter at Above Top Secret notes something fishy about all the media coverage of... Continue Reading →

2009 Predictions: Pass or Fail?

Here are a few of the most interesting predictions for '09, from some of the most trusted sources in the field of professional prognostication. How well did they do? The aliens will introduce themselves on television. FAIL. On the July 10, 2009 broadcast of Coast to Coast AM, psychic David Wilcock announced that his inside... Continue Reading →

Updates

David Wilcock, the possible reincarnation of Edgar Cayce who almost predicted a nuclear strike on the U.S. back in the '90s, told the world that at least one member of a race of benevolent, humanoid aliens would be revealed by Obama himself on national television this year. So go ahead and fire up the TiVo,... Continue Reading →

Stupid Bloody Wednesday

A very excitable man named Joe Niezgoda was last night's guest on Coast to Coast AM, peddling his new book The Lennon Prophecy. I couldn't quite grasp most of what Mr. Niezgoda was trying to say in his manic spiel (the term "pressured speech" comes to mind), but in general he was trying to convince... Continue Reading →

Psychic Detectives Part IV: Other “Notables”

Part I: Intro Part II: Dorothy Allison and Noreen Renier Part III: Sylvia Browne, Psychic Clown Arthur Price Roberts Roberts was one of America's first psychic detectives. Little is known about him, the main source of information being Frank Edwards' book Strange People (Lyle Stuart, 1986). Edwards reports that Roberts remained illiterate throughout his life... Continue Reading →

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