Fortune telling cards are so compelling that Katie Price, aka Jordan, stands by them vehemently. She married a second time because she said “a medium told her she would.”
If psychic predictions are to be believed, fortune telling cards do have an element of free will to them, because “nothing is written in stone!” especially when referring to a fatality. Think about it, if Kennedy, Marilyn Monroe and Princess Diana had known they would die so young and in such suspicious circumstances how would their lives have been affected? And yes, how did Diana feel when she wrote to her butler Paul Burrell that Charles was “planning an accident in my car!”
Diana’s friends claim the princess was convinced not only Charles, but MI5 had it in for her, and were planning her demise, but gossip also inferred Diana was suffering from paranoia. It is true she was nervous, she knew she was disliked by the Royals, and felt degraded by Charles’ treatment of her, plus she was mother to the future King of England, and her reputation was thought vital to the Royal Family’s prestige.
The famous psychic Sally Organ was one of Princess Diana’s “It” psychics. Organs “on the spot” predictions have been known to floor the sceptics; in fact her astounding “readings” have attracted show business folks like George Michael and Uma Thurman. In her autobiography, “My Psychic Life” published by the Sun Newspaper, Organ refers to a phone conversation with the Princess. “Wild horses won’t drag out of me what was discussed. What I can say is that she told me she thought her life was in danger and that she was going to leave the country for good.”
Speculation as to what really happened that fatal day is still rife with controversy. Questions continue to be asked. For example, why did it take nearly two hours for the ambulance to reach the hospital, which was less than 30 minutes away? Why did the ambulance stop so many times along its route? How come blood tests on Henri Paul showed up a near lethal dose of carbon monoxide? Why did the French police fail to track down the famed Fiat Uno, which collided with the Mercedes? Why were no leads were found as to who was the driver?
Michael Solomon, an American tourist, reported what he saw when he got close to the smashed Mercedes. “The Princess and Fayed were motionless in the back seat of the crushed vehicle (Diana) was just unconscious. When I walked up to the car, I was extremely nervous. I had heard an explosion, and the first thing that came to my mind was, ‘This was a bomb, a terrorist attack’.”
Even though many of us “sense” something is “still not quite right” about Diana’s death, sceptics perceive conspiracy theories as ludicrous. So could some plain and simple fortune telling cards sort the matter out? Probably, but even if they did, the result would perceived as “airy fairy!” Perhaps a more authoritive voice will lay the matter to rest, as per that of Lord William Rees Mogg who wrote in The Times of London:
“… If one takes the long view, and tries to see the Princess of Wales as her role may appear in a hundred years’ time, she will then be seen as the great royal star of the late 20th century, the most famous member of the Royal Family since Queen Victoria………….. Yet Stuart brilliance almost always ends in personal tragedy, like that of Mary Queen of Scots.”
It is legally forbidden to predict death fatalities on a psychic line, and yet it is not illegal to help a client protect themselves from it with prayer and faith. Certainly, it is hoped that Diana’s faith in the true goodness of humanity continued to sustain her compassionate nature, even at the very end of her life!
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