Good point Suzanne. *lol, there are many people here of various faiths. *Some believe in prophecy. *But this is not prophecy; it is a standard trick of the trade for these alleged psychics. *And as an FYI lol, I am not an atheist. *You don't have to be an atheist to be discerning and analytical. *I'm not looking for a debate here that my religious beliefs provide evidence of 'lack of analytical abilities'. *I know that to many, religious belief is anathema to reasoning. *Tell that to C.S. Lewis (hint--you have to talk with the dead to do that--call John Edwards, another psychic fraud for help). *And if I were an atheist, it would not make my argument less valid. *These are just my opinions. *When I was younger, I was more inclined to believe in paranormal events. *I don't discount them entirely, but this guy really does not seem to possess special abilities. *If you want to believe in psychic abilities, that's just fine, but you may want to look for someone with a better track record of specific and verifiable predictions before any one of us idiots are convinced.