2014 A PSYCHIC PERSPECTIVE
Happy New Year to all readers of Psychic World and whilst we all wish for wonderful things in the next twelve months there are, I see, some clouds on the immediate horizon. So for what it may be worth here is my personal psychic perspective on what I ‘see’ happening in the year 2014. I fully accept that the following visions of the world in the next twelve months are pessimistic and on a personal note I sincerely hope that they prove to be very wide of the mark. However I have looked at this dark globe and seen what I believe to be the future. Though as we are all subjects of our own free will there is always potential to avoid the consequences of such difficult scenarios. Do not despair as I sense that no matter how sombre the scene may seem we will survive to sing in the sunshine of eternal love. However, in the meantime, read on:
The First Quarter: Britain will find an economic improvement with the Footsie 100 hitting highs as London becomes, in effect, the recognised centre of financial activity for Europe. The problem will be that inner city property rapidly increases in price as buyers from Russia and the orient, especially China, purchase the prime commercial and residential sites. This will create a sense of insecurity within what we believe to be the indigenous population who will find it virtually impossible to compete in an open market. At this point I see the Government introducing a sophisticated form of capital gains tax in an attempt to prevent central London property becoming a manipulated market. There will be virtually no affordable housing for those employed in the service industries and with the immediate influx of European labour many outlying areas will become tented encampments much like the townships of South Africa. This housing crisis will result in the exodus of the long term indigenous families that have resided in the many boroughs of London for generations, they will relocate cashing in their vastly inflated houses moving north creating further housing shortages. By the end of March the problems of Greater London will be in the news and there are ominous signs that the general public are discontent.
The Second Quarter: Beyond the shores of Britain I see a serious conflict involving Taiwan and China, the long standing issues concerning control will explode as the Chinese navy blockade certain ports. This will create tension between the super-powers as the USA and UK take a position opposing the Chinese. The battle for Syria will be resolved with President Bashar al-Assad holding on to power as the rebel forces are starved of funds and accept the inevitable. The nonsense between North and South Korea will escalate into limited military action as Kim Jong-un rattles his sabres one too many times resulting in a serious lesson in how to conduct international diplomacy. The result of this limited interaction being a continuation of the cold war that maintains an always uneasy peace. In the USA I see a continuation of the economic recovery as America regains lost ground. But there are to be questions raised pertaining to the health care system termed Obamacare that will create trouble for the administration. In Britain the European Elections between 22nd and 25th May will result in almost complete victory for the United Kingdom Independent Party (UKIP) Nigel Farage the leader of UKIP will find himself subject to a profoundly damaging personal attack on his integrity.
The Third Quarter: Good news I see is a hot long summer with record temperatures. However there will be areas of serious flooding with parts of Wales dangerously inundated. The streets of certain inner cities in the UK will become the scenes of civil unrest as in the summer months inter-racial relationships break down. Tension inside the inner city estates is fuelled by Government restrictions on benefits resulting in severe reductions in the standard of living for many households totally dependant on these for survival. The response from some will be to rampage and riot resulting in the utilisation of the Armed Forces to restore and maintain order. As I look at this I ‘see’ a scene reminiscent of 1970’s Belfast at the height of ‘The Troubles’. On Thursday 18th September the referendum to decide if Scotland will remain in the United Kingdom will be a decisive but divisive vote in favour of maintaining membership of the UK. This will not be well accepted in certain quarters resulting in disharmony amongst sections of the community. Overseas there will be further serious earthquakes that centre on Japan with the capital city Tokyo being subjected to partial evacuation.
The Fourth Quarter: In the USA a scandal that will shake Congress is exposed with numerous high profile resignations and prosecutions. The White House maintains control as public opinion demands that action be taken. In the UK the Government introduces a new form of military conscription for all unemployed individuals between the ages of 18 and 30 years not in full time education. There will be enforcement of this conscription that will result in the creation of a new sub-class of citizen known as The Outlaw, they that refuse to be conscripted and abscond, as they will have no rights to benefits or free NHS treatment. The weather will continue to cause regionalised disruption with early snow cutting off parts of Scotland and the North East. There will be a new banking crisis as The Bank of England at last allows the rate of interest to increase by two percent causing massive mortgage defaults and repossessions that benefit the foreclosing lenders. The Government is then forced to intervene and will introduce a form of restricted mortgage guarantee scheme that amounts, in effect, to the private house subjected to this eventually becoming part of Government owned housing stock. In Egypt there is yet another revolution and I see mass demonstrations with the military taking diabolical action. In Libya I see serious acts of insurgency with a new popular front of rebellious nomads that need to be controlled and the USA/UK will provide the boots on sand to do just that, welcome back boys!
There you have my somewhat gloomy, some may say cynical, predictions for the coming year and let’s hope I am wrong. The human spirit is of course indomitable, we will survive and no matter what may be we must always remember that tomorrow is another day. So enjoy 2014, keep your heads down and your hopes high.