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"The Psychic Twins" Reveal What We Should Expect For 2018, And We're A Little Scared

Back in November, British clairvoyant and self-proclaimed prophet Craig Hamilton-Parker revealed his predictions for the upcoming year, and the future didn't look so great.  

Hamilton-Parker, who has successfully predicted many of the events that transpired over the last couple of years, including Donald Trump's presidency, Britain's exit from the European Union, and the terror attack in Nice, France, made predictions about a range of topics, including the environment, economy, conflicts, celebrities, and U.S. politics.

"2018 will be a year of political turmoil and environmental crisis caused by dramatic and unprecedented weather," Hamilton-Parker said. However, he reassured us that there will be a couple of events that will lift up people's spirits.

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"Many of the above predictions are pretty gloomy but I feel that there will be a simultaneous growth in spirituality for the people of the world that will now start to lead us into a Golden Age," he added.

Now, just a few weeks after Hamilton-Parker gave us a sneak peek at what's to come, a pair of psychic twins are sharing their forecast for 2018.

Linda and Terry Jamison, internationally known as "The Psychic Twins" are California-based mediums who claim to have channeled the spirits of dead celebrities, including Princes Diana and Natalie Wood, and predicted events such as the 9/11 attacks.

For decades, they've been making predictions about the future, and now they've revealed what's in store for 2018. Let's just say, it's chaotic.

Before delving into their predictions, the Jamison twins shared a disclaimer which read: "As we always say, we are not God and do not claim to predict everything that will happen. But we have close to 2,000 accurate predictions that have happened, all of them documented. (Beware, we have lots of copycats!)"

The twins claim they "see more extremes, from mega storms to political scandals, dramatic medical breakthroughs and destructive terror attacks."

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Here's what else they say we should expect in 2018:

Economically, the United States will see continued growth, however some big scandals involving prominent companies and the government will be exposed.

The Psychic Twins also issued warnings about terror attacks in cities around the world, even in the U.S.

"Terror attacks will continue to happen around the world as they lose control of their caliphate, and as their areas of control are shrinking," they explained. "Terror groups "“ and lone wolves inspired by them "“ will be focusing on markets, shopping centres, places of worship, schools, sporting events, hotels, concert venues and airports. Transport systems will be targeted as well. Airport and train plots are in progress in several major cities."


As for international relations, they say that World War 3 will not happen and "it is unlikely that a nuclear missile will hit the U.S. during Trump's presidency." However, the U.S. will be the target of several cyber attacks.

Similar to Hamilton-Parker's predictions, the twins also claim that 2018 will see an active hurricane season, and that "there will be extreme weather globally, including superstorms, typhoons, hurricanes, and massive flooding."

"Sadly, our dire predictions of devastating CAT 4 and CAT 5 hurricanes and flooding happened in Texas, Florida, and many other locations this year," they added. "We see more of these extreme weather events in the US in 2018."

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Despite all the negative predictions, there is a silver lining in the form of medical breakthroughs concerning brain diseases, cancer, and fertility treatments.

"We also see exciting advances in drone and robotic technology, and Virtual Reality will be bigger than ever," wrote the twins.

They added, "In the coming years, we see more movement toward togetherness, collaboration, harmony, optimism, and more feminine qualities expressed in leadership. More women will be gaining power politically, and in corporate culture."


Their solution to making the future more positive? Love.

"It's the most significant challenge we're facing as individuals and as a collective. We each have more power than we think to offer healing and protection to the world," they concluded.

Do you believe Linda and Terry's predictions? Let us know!

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