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Lee Prosser - Bide One's Time is Lee's bi-weekly column on the supernatural. During the middle of June, I was doing something I enjoy greatly, and that is being in pursuit of the paranormal and investigating hauntings. I came upon an elderly woman in her eighties during my meanderings; she is active, lives in Missouri, and is blind. We had us a real nice visit as the saying goes in Missouri, and this small town Southern woman told me a very old Missouri proverb in the course of our conversation that still cracks me up with laughter when I think of it. She said the saying had been around at the time of her grandfather. It goes this way: “Don’t piss down my back and tell me it’s raining!” Wonderful, it says so much about a lot of things in a concise, easily remembered manner of expression!

She told me about some ghosts she had encountered during her long years, and she told me she had what some called the sight. She spoke her mind and was refreshingly politically incorrect.

I asked her if she could predict the future. She said no, but she had insights about what was coming. I asked her to share with me these insights as she said she felt she received these insights from the other side.

This is what she saw and predicts for the United States in the immediate future:
1) Economic collapse.
2) Economic depression.
3) Suppression of civil liberties.
4) Another, more destructive, war involving the USA.
5) A dire time of hoarding of food and other essentials.
6) Americans must prepare and hoard now or die.
7) If Obama is elected President, he will be the first African-American to be elected to the Presidency and die in office.
8) Banks and banking related institutions will soon start to fail at a surprising rate which cannot be stopped.
9) Food shortages will become wide spread.

She said these are insights for the now, and are unfolding now. Further, she warned that the gasoline and oil problems, and housing foreclosures, were just the tip of the iceberg now being exposed to the sunlight. She said more horrors were to follow.

I enjoyed my apple cider with her, listened, took notes, and there you have it. I hope you find her insights for June 2008 as interesting as I did. She reserves her privacy to herself, and for the sake of continuity, I call her Amy, which is not her real name. Have a nice July!

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