Many people believe that Kim Kardashian has reported that the Covid-19 virus has been predicted. She shared a picture from the book, “End of Days: Predictions and Prophecies About the End of the World,” by Sylvia Browne and it talked about how there would be a virus around 2020 that would be a pneumonia-like virus that would attack the lungs and bronchioles and would be resistant to treatment. It also talked about how the virus would come and go fast and then come back ten years later and then completely disappear.
After Kardashian tweeted, she had more than 48,000 retweets in response to the book that has been sold on many platforms including Amazon, Kindle and more.
Sylvia Browne is a known psychic who died at the age of 77 in the year 2013. She was known to have premonitions and visions since she was five years old and began doing psychic readings for people in 1974. She began her own church called the Society of Novus Spiritus and believed in reincarnation and other things.
Browne appeared on many television shows, did interviews and wrote over 40 different books. She would do psychic readings on the phone for $850 dollars and the sessions had a four-year waiting list.
Sylvia was like meeting someone that was a best friend and someone that made you feel like you had always been a part of her life. She was happy and would reach out to you. She would want to get rid of your pain and give you courage to make it through life.
Beyond her books, Sylvia Browne also contacted the dead and wrote journals. Even though she was popular, Jon Ronson, a journalist felt that she was fake and that she made many false statements. He talked about interviewing her and that he wanted to know more about her. Even though he was a critic, he became an even bigger critic when he interviewed Browne in 2007 and found that she made multiple false statements. He even went as far as seeing her as a fraud.
As Sylvia got more and more popular, she became a reputable psychic and a detective. She would make predictions about kids that had been kidnapped, but many of them ended up being wrong. People would come to her with their problems and be desperate and she would take advantage of them by charging them large amounts of money.
Robert Lancaster who founded StopSylviaBrowne.com said that she was evil and what she did was evil. Here are some of the predictions that Sylvia Browne got wrong:
- Wrong predictions from her book “End of Days,” about the IRA’s, retirement plans, Pope Benedict, Lou Gehrig’s Disease and anti-obesity pills.
- Cure for blindness.
- Flesh-eating disease that would be antibiotic resistant.
- 20002 kidnapping of Shawn Hornbeck (predicted a Hispanic man) and that he would be dead. He was found alive and kidnapped by a white man.
- Opal Jo Jennings who she said was not dead, but she was murdered.
- Holly Krewson who she said would be alive and she was dead.
- Missing woman Lynda McClelland would be found alive and she was found dead.
- Amanda Berry who was kidnapped was dead, but she was found alive.
- In 2006 she said she predicted the Sago Mine Disaster in West Virginia but said they were all alive and changed her story later after she heard they all died but one.
- 2000 she predicted things about flights, political issues, uprising, pollution, train crash, devastation in France, Bill Bradley winning the election and David Letterman retiring, all of which were wrong.
- 2004 prediction that Osama Bin Laden was already dead, but he was found alive.
- 2005 prediction that Michael Jackson would be convicted of sexual abuse, but he was acquitted.
- Visitation by aliens in 2015.
- That she would die at the age of 88 and it was 77 that she died.
In 2010, it was found out that all 115 missing persons cases that Sylvia Browne worked on were all wrong. Even though she did all of these things, many people found that she was making money and selling top-selling books that were all false and wrong.
Browne was one of the first people to say that she was not perfect but that God was perfect but to say that she was inaccurate would be an inaccurate thing to say because she was unfair to thousands of people that she helped to council and charged big amounts of money to, only to be wrong.
In 2007, Browne’s first husband, Gary Dufresne discussed that she was a fraud and claimed that Browne would lie to people and know that she was. He told her that she needed to stop doing that and to tell the truth and she told him that people will believe what she says. He said she basically said, “screw them, anyone who believes this stuff should be taken.” She is still the talk of many false predictions and one reason why many people have a hard time believing what psychics do.