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Psychic Predictions 2022 - how well did he do in 2021?

Annual Predictions - how did the professional psychic do?

We have been following the predictions of Craig Hamilton-Parker of for some years now - it is fascinating to see how he fares every year with his previous year's predictions.

Here are a selection of his predictions for 2021 taken from his website at the start of the year:

  • There will be a tsunami near Japan - correct! Tsunami 13/02/2021
  • Giant iceberg causes shipping problems - giant A68A iceberg broke off in Antartica, but no shipping problems apparently?
  • There will be strikes and protests in the USA, the UK and Europe. Very violent protests occur in Paris, London and Washington. - hard to quantify as there are always strikes!
  • North Korea will fire more missiles. There will be starvation in North Korea and moves to remove Kim Jong-un by his own people - correct in part - although no signs of moves to remove Kim Jong-un reported.
  • New infrastructure projects will be announced including plans to build a tunnel to Northern Ireland. Correct! Plan announced in February 2021 and axed in September 2021.
  • Southern Ireland will struggle with Brexit and in the years to come will leave the EU - no sign of any struggling?
  • There will be a public backlash against the BBC’s overt political correctness - correct - an ongong campaign by the Daily Mail and Paul Dacre.
  • Terrorists hijack a plane. I see Paris. Gunfight in an airport. - incorrect - although there were 3 plane hijackings in 2021.
  • Joe Biden will have a short presidency. An illness or accident will stop his presidency short. Biden will be succeeded by a woman - incorrect so far!
  • A serious Trump illness during 2021 is predicted and marital problems ahead. Possible affair revealed. Trump will stand as an independent candidate in 2024. The Republican party will betray him. It’s too soon to say if he will win in 2024. (unless he does the remedies) An earlier election may be called. - all completely incorrect, although I think even psychics are brave trying to predict anything Donald Trump and the Republican Party may or may not do!

Score this year.. 3.5 out of 10.

10 Predictions for 2022 (taken from the video of predictions on

  1. Sudden and dangerous proliferation of nuclear weapons
  2. Royal Family - coronation of King Charles will take place but his reign will be short. 
  3. Harry and Megan to divorce. 
  4. William and Kate to be the last King and Queen of England.
  5. Jeffrey Epstein scandal - going to open floodgates - lots more people going to be prosecuted but can't name them.
  6. Ringo Starr - going to live for a long time and will become the last surviving Beatle.
  7. Food shortages everywhere.
  8. Oil spill in Canada
  9. A dam will break. Visions of Paris and London very badly flooded this year.
  10. Going to be revealed that China have a huge military stockpile.
  11. Joe Biden to be removed from power.

We will revisit in January 2022 with a score! Incidentally psychics are available now to speak to at £1.50 per minute on the website above (although there is currently a special offer of 29p per minute for 10 minutes for new customers).


Jonathan Fagan is Managing Director of Ten-Percent Legal Recruitment and a non-practising Solicitor. Ten-Percent Legal Recruitment provides online Legal Recruitment for Solicitors, Legal Executives, Licensed Conveyancers, Legal Cashiers, Fee Earners, Support Staff, Managers and Paralegals. Visit our Website to search our Vacancy Database.


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