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Psychic Predicted Coronavirus Sylvia Browne

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Psychic Predicted Coronavirus Sylvia Browne
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The coronavirus pandemic has unleashed a virtually unstoppable wave of information. While many seek to know more about this mysterious disease originated in a cave in Wuhan, China, others seek to explain why this evil has spread so quickly throughout the world.

A great deal of content is circulating on the Internet in this regard, but it is a book published a little over 10 years ago that has attracted the attention of many, as the author Sylvia Browne claims to have predicted the epidemiological outbreak of COVID-19 with astonishing accuracy, even indicating the year of the outbreak and symptoms of the disease.

The book is titled End of Days: Predictions and Prophecies about the End of the World, and it came out in 2008. There its author - and also self-described psychic - wrote: "It is near [the year] 2020 a severe pneumonia-like illness it will spread across the globe attacking the lungs and bronchial tubes and resisting all known treatments."

"Even more shocking than the disease will be the [fact] that as soon as it arrived it will disappear, to return to attack 20 years later and then disappear."

The prediction is so chilling that some have even shared a photo of the page where it appears on networks:

Browne passed away in November 2013, however she is a well-known bestselling author who continues on the bestseller lists, especially her tome Adventures Of A Psychic.

However, you have to take this with a grain of salt: in life Browne was quite controversial and even Robert Lancaster, a computer programmer created an Iternet page called stopsylvia.com to deny what he considered to be erroneous and "offensive" information. The page is no longer active.

The author was also invited to the Montel Williams show on CBS, for which he was questioned, to which he replied that he imitated her because she was "very funny," according to the British newspaper The Guardian. "Really hilarious."

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