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Psychic Predictions for 2007

The High Weirdness Project is compiling a catalog of so-called "psychic" predictions for the year 2007, based on media reports and Web-based announcements. The purpose of this project is to find out how many of these predictions really do come true – and how many of them turn out to be nothing but hot air.

We are looking for official documented "predictions" from psychics, clairvoyants, mediums (media?), soothsayers, spiritual advisers, fortune tellers, and anyone in the business of predicting the future based on their own supposed psychic and supernatural abilities. Officially declared and published predictions include announcements on Web sites and blogs, press releases, newspaper and TV articles, tabloid publications (in the United States, Great Britain, and other countries), and other readily accessible media. Subscription-based and pay-only sites will not be included: predictions must be made available to the general public for free. (We also refuse to pay money to subscribe to a site or service in order to receive psychic predictions.)

Links and references to published psychic predictions will be included in our Bulldada Newsblog, which is updated daily. All readers of, and participants in, the High Weirdness Project are encouraged to use our Submit A News Link and Submit a Web Site forms to inform us of any media reports of psychic predictions for 2007, to be added to this ongoing project.

We do not offer a prize of any sort for any psychic predictions that may come true in 2007. Our goal is simply to catalog and record psychic predictions for the year 2007, in an attempt to see if any of these predictions turn out to be accurate. This is being done as a public service – and also, to provide readers of this site with some entertaining fodder for conversation, mockery, and laughs.

All of the links here are being archived with .PDF screenshots, to show exactly what each Web page originally looked like on the day we looked at it. These .PDFs are not being made available online at this time, so that we can avoid any claims of copyright violation.

Beginning on January 1, 2008, we will be re-listing the predictions made for the year 2007, to see how many were correct. The predictions from 2001 will be listed, and discussed, at our LiveJournal Community: The High Weirdness Project. Until then, we can still wait for the predicted plague of poisioned potatoes to strike the United States…

December 12, 2006

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January 1, 2007

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January 1, 2008