January 11, 2010

Famous psychic Sylvia Browne wrong on her predictions for 2009

Famous psychic, Sylvia Browne, recently had her predictions for 2009 evaluated by journalist Christopher McAlpin and published online by examiner.com.

McAlpin's piece states of Browne's predictions, "To put it bluntly, Ms. Browne failed miserably." He then goes on to state Browne's prophecies with the result.

McAlpin concludes, "Of the fifteen Sylvia Browne predictions specific and unequivocal enough to be verified or disproven, none have been shown to come true. It remains possible, however, that there was an unpublicized major bank robbery in Las Vegas that involved a Brinks truck. If that is later found to have happened, Ms. Browne's record will be one in fifteen."


Anonymous said...

Wow. She is up there with Benny Hinn. One more right guess and she may win the toaster oven.. Benny Hinn really should stop saying he is a Christian and tell the truth. He really thinks Christ is really a Hinnstian. I wish Jesus would come back soon if for no other reason than to take some of these Joyce Meyers and Benny Hasbins to the woodshed. I hear he is pretty good with a bull whip....

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There are many articles and blogs that I've read telling that she had mostly wrong predictions.