Psychic and Astrologer Predicts U.S. Will Be Shaken by Tumultuous Events

Mon Aug 31, 2009 11:08am EDT

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CHICAGO, Aug. 31 /PRNewswire/ -- Tomorrow's headlines from famous Chicago
psychic and astrologer Irene Hughes - from her new book, "Memoirs of a Psychic
and Astrologer":

    --  The stock market will crash, along with a depression worse than 1929
    --  Rebellions and violence will take to the streets
    --  Terrorist attacks will hit the United States
    --  A natural disaster will disrupt communications

    --  Obama will be a one-term president



Hughes foresees these dramatic and catastrophic events that will shake the
United States and other parts of the world. Eclipses on July 7 and July 21
2009 were in the zodiac sign of Cancer - the nation's birth sign. These
eclipses, a solar eclipse on August 5, and a lunar eclipse on December 31 and
Mercury retrogrades in September and December will usher in these earthshaking
events during 2009 and beyond.

These predictions are in Hughes' book that is featured on her new website:
irenehughes.net. The book was published in August at booksurge.com. To
purchase a book now for $12.95, call booksurge.com customer service at
1-866-308-6235, extension 6. The book will also be available on the
booksurge.com and Amazon.com websites in mid-September.

The book takes readers to the past, starting with her first psychic experience
as a child in rural Tennessee and continues through decades of amazingly
accurate predictions about natural disasters, terrorism, economy and stock
market, and death of political leaders. Hughes recounts the story behind her
prediction of the Great Chicago Blizzard in 1967 that brought her world fame.
And, she describes the tumultuous events that will affect the Presidency,
terrorism, and the economy now... and into the future.

Contact: Charles R. Loebbaka at 847-724-0775 or charlesloebbaka@comcast.net



SOURCE  booksurge.com

Charles R. Loebbaka, +1-847-724-0775, charlesloebbaka@comcast.net, for
booksurge.com
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