The Astoundingly Accurate Predictions and Prophecies of Sylvia Browne

Sylvia Browne.

Sylvia Browne, born in Missouri, in the U.S. in 1936, was a well-known psychic and spiritual teacher with a widespread global reputation and following. (Image: via

The coronavirus pandemic is still raging around the world today since its outbreak last year. There have been endless predictions and prophecies about the pandemic but there was someone whose predictions stood out from the rest. She was the famous self-claimed medium and psychic, Sylvia Browne.

In her book entitled End of Days: Predictions and Prophecies about the End of the World published in 2008, she accurately predicted a pneumonia-like outbreak would occur around the year 2020. Spooky right? The book talks about a “severe pneumonia-like illness” that will spread throughout the globe, and she even said that this illness would return in the future.

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She had made many predictions, and some of these coincide with the estimations made by scientists and other independent premonitions. Sylvia Browne died in 2013, but just before her death, what kind of future did she see, and what else will happen in 2021? 

Sylvia Browne’s predictions

Sylvia Browne, born in Missouri in the U.S. in 1936, was a well-known psychic and spiritual teacher with a widespread global reputation and following. She participated in countless media programs and was renowned for her psychic power and in-depth research on parapsychology. 

Sylvia Browne book.
In her book entitled ‘End of Days: Predictions and Prophecies about the End of the World’ published in 2008, she accurately predicted a pneumonia-like outbreak would occur around the year 2020. (Image: via Amazon)

In addition to using psychic powers to help people regain control of their destiny, and understanding the meaning of life, she also actively participated in charity activities and used her spiritual power to help the police handle cases and find missing children. However, her work was not without controversy, and not all her predictions in police cases were correct.

The prediction that later went viral was about the coronavirus pandemic. As early as 2008, Sylvia’s book on doomsday mentioned the outbreak of pneumonia in 2020. Her original text said: “In around 2020, a severe pneumonia-like illness will spread throughout the globe, attacking the lungs and the bronchial tubes and resisting all known treatments. Almost more baffling than the illness itself will be the fact that it will suddenly vanish as quickly as it arrived, attack again 10 years later, and then disappear completely.”

The prediction quickly went viral in the U.S. in 2020 when the virus broke. People who saw the text were amazed. This reminded many of the SARS outbreak in 2003, which is also typical pneumonia caused by the coronavirus.

In the SARS outbreak, the first patient was discovered in December 2002 and the epidemic lasted approximately eight months before it stopped on July 13, 2003, and suddenly disappeared. Will this 2020 coronavirus pandemic be like the SARS outbreak in 2003? Sylvia said the virus will return in 10 years. We were shocked about this because we found the same prediction in a Japanese manga by Ryo Tatsuki.

Tatsuki: ‘The future as I see it’

Ryo Tatsuki is a Japanese manga artist who has a special ability to predict future disasters through dreams. Her Magna entitled The Future As I See It has attracted increasing attention recently because she included 15 prediction dreams from 1985 to 1999. So far, 13 dreams have come true, and one more may happen this year.

Tatsuki revealed that for some time during the last century, she always had some weird dreams, and saw scenes of future disasters. There were 15 cases, large and small. One of the dreams came true within 15 days, and that was the “Kobe Earthquake” that occurred in 1995. On January 2, 1995, she saw in her dream there would be major destruction and disaster in the Kobe area of Japan. 

Ryo Tatsuki book.
Her Magna entitled ‘The Future As I See It’ has attracted increasing attention recently because she included 15 prediction dreams from 1985 to 1999. (Image: via eBay)

On the 15th day after her dream, which was January 17, 1995, a magnitude 7.3 earthquake occurred in the Ōsaka-Kōbe or otherwise known as the Hanshin metropolitan area of western Japan, and was one of the strongest, deadliest, and costliest to ever strike that country.

The earthquake struck when people were asleep. As a result, there were many casualties. More than 6,000 people were killed and 40,000 were injured, and more than 400,000 houses and buildings were damaged.

Tatsuki said that she was under tremendous pressure to publicly announce these premonition dreams, and was very sorry for not being able to provide the specific year and details. However, when she thought that the information might save people, she no longer cared that she would be regarded as a lunatic and eventually decided to include all these dreams in her Magna.

Foreseeing the 3.11 tsunami

The Future As I See It was published in 1999, and some of the dreams recorded in it came true before the book was published. Some people questioned whether the dreams were added in later before the book was published. Therefore, let’s pay attention to the dreams that came true after the book was published.

There is a peculiar characteristic for the fulfillment of some of her dreams, that is, either 15 days or 15 years after the dream occurs. If it does not happen after 15 years, then continue to add another 15 years. For instance, she had a strange dream on March 11, 1996.

In her dream, she was on a street where the surrounding was severely damaged with lots of flooding. “I then knew that a big tsunami had occurred in that area.” She recorded this dream in her comic book published in 1999 and printed the date “March 2011” on the cover of the book.

Japanese tsunami.
On March 11, 2011, in the Pacific Ocean in eastern Japan, a megathrust earthquake with a magnitude of 9.0 occurred that triggered a powerful tsunami. (Image: Screenshot via YouTube)

True enough, 15 years later on March 11, 2011, in the Pacific Ocean in eastern Japan, a megathrust earthquake with a magnitude of 9.0 occurred that triggered powerful tsunami waves that reached a height of up to 40.1 meters.

An estimated 20,000 people died or were declared missing and about 1.2 million houses were damaged. Economic losses amounted to $360 billion. In addition, it also caused a meltdown at the Fukushima nuclear power plant, and as many as 100,000 people in the Fukushima nuclear disaster area were unable to return home. After such accurate predictions, Tatsuki’s manga attracted great attention.

Foreseeing the 2020 pandemic

Tatsuki had a more powerful dream, a dream that we are now witnessing in the new coronavirus pandemic. One morning in 1995, she wrote in her diary: “In 25 years, an unknown virus will come in 2020, will disappear after peaking in April and appear again 10 years later.”

Whether the coronavirus will return in 2030 remains to be seen. All we can say is, this is quite extraordinary. It is the same “future” that was seen by Sylvia that we mentioned earlier. Tatsuki no longer experiences premonitory dreams and is enjoying retirement. She continues to be active on social media sharing her stories to spread more awareness about natural disasters.

Doomsday prophecy

Sylvia had a unique insight on doomsday. She was influenced by Christianity, Catholicism, and Judaism since she was a child. Since college, she had been researching what various religions and sects were saying about doomsday. Sylvia said that she was asked countless times when the doomsday will come, but only a few people have asked her how the world will end.

Sylvia predicted that in the final days, the existing continents on this planet will be preserved, but every continent will shrink drastically due to rising water levels, and two-thirds of the current landmass will be covered by water. By the end of this century, as the glaciers and snow on the highest mountains continue to melt, three-quarters of the planet will be covered by water. Most of the melted ice will flow into the ocean, flooding coastal cities, and pushing the population to the middle of the continents.

The melted ice that has not flowed into the ocean will “seep into the earth, to its red-hot core” and trigger volcanoes and a series of disasters all over the world. Destructive volcanic eruptions of Mount Lassen, Mount St. Helens, and Mount Etna will be the first to happen, and Mount Fuji, which is currently dormant in Japan, will also erupt by 2085, causing severe damage to most parts of Japan.

Sylvia believes that in the last 30 years of this century, the number and intensity of hurricanes and monsoon rains will more than double. Tornadoes will no longer be a seasonal disaster and will become a destructive year-round threat, especially in central North and South American continents and parts of Europe and Africa, once thought to be immune to the threat of tornados.

A series of extreme weather will cause the atmospheric environment in the last 30 years of this century to become extremely harsh, and some of the meteorological disasters we are currently encountering will become nothing more than ordinary weather.

Earth as seen from outer space.
Sylvia believes that at some point in 2100, ‘the lights go out’ for humans, if not the planet. (Image: Siarhei Yurchanka via Dreamstime)

If there is no flooding, there will be droughts. At that time, human safety cannot be guaranteed, and there will be no place with suitable resources to inhabit. Sylvia believed that at some point in 2100, “the lights go out” for humans, if not the planet. For the next 92 years, humans will end up making the Earth uninhabitable.

For her, from 2008 to 2100, mankind will be on the path of self-destruction. She said that the Earth itself will not be destroyed at the end of the world, nor will meteors be hitting the planet, or drifting away from the orbit of the Sun so that life becomes unsustainable.

It will be due to humans’ exploitation of the Earth’s resources and the destruction of the environment that will destroy humanity. She believes that if we do not care about this home that God has given us, He will no longer be able to provide us with shelter, food, and comfort. Just like a house that is neglected and abused at will, sooner or later, it will become uninhabitable.

The sixth mass extinction

The end of the world has happened five times on Earth. Most people are familiar with the last doomsday, the Chicxulub crater meteorite impact that led to the annihilation of the dinosaurs that had survived for more than 100 million years on Earth.

Over the past 500 years, more than 320 species of vertebrates on land have gone extinct. Large animals such as elephants and giraffes are facing a survival crisis, the remaining species are rapidly declining at an average rate of 25 percent. Due to human interference, the extinction rate of birds and mammals has increased 100-1000 times.

Not only animals, but plants are also rapidly disappearing. According to data, vascular plants are becoming extinct at an average rate of one every 27 years. By the 20th century, 2 million species had become extinct. This does not include those animals and plants that have not been recorded by humans. Scientists have warned that our planet is actually in a phase of the sixth mass extinction. 

Edward O. Wilson, an American biologist and a member of the National Academy of Sciences, calculated the rate of damage to the environment by modern humans. It is estimated that at least half of the species will disappear by 2100.

Peter H. Raven, an American botanist, and environmentalist, also pointed out that the rate of extinction of species caused by humans has far exceeded the rate of biological extinction by several hundred times. At the end of the 21st century, the earth will lose most of its species.

It is not difficult to see that these scientists’ calculations and estimations for the future coincide with Sylvia’s predictions of the end of the century, that is, until 2100. Sylvia said that she cannot see anything beyond the year 2100.

In Sylvia’s eyes, everything must be attributed to global warming, and the main factor leading to global warming is the greenhouse effect. The gases that accelerate the greenhouse effect are constantly being emitted by industrial development. If we don’t make any improvements and continue on this trajectory, how can Sylvia’s predictions not come true?

Sylvia not only accurately predicted the pandemic in 2020 as written in her book published in 2008, but her predictions also coincide with the estimations made by scientists. (Image: via Pixabay)

Predicting the future

Sylvia not only accurately predicted the pandemic in 2020 as written in her book published in 2008, but her predictions also coincide with the estimations made by scientists. In addition to these, what other predictions does she have for the future?

Sylvia boldly predicted in her book that around 2025, the development of synthetic blood as transfusion medicine will become one of the most important medical breakthroughs in the 21st century. Also around 2025, strong monsoon-like rains will hit the east coast of North and South America.

From 2025 to 2030, dramatic tidal waves will hit the Far East and Florida. The tidal waves in Florida will be caused by an unprecedented swarm of hurricanes. Around 2026, a series of strong tsunamis will hit Japan which will cause a new landmass to appear in the Hawaiian Islands.

There will be meteor showers in 2029, and some of the rubbish and debris that humans discarded during space exploration will return to the Earth gradually. These falling objects will cause more damage to the terrain and plants than to humans and animals.

In addition to the predictions she mentioned about the virus pandemic around 2020, it also mentions two predictions that may be related to 2021 this year. The book predicts that in the early 2020s, humans will reach an agreement with those aliens who are already among us and who will continue to come to Earth. A lot of knowledge will be learned from them, and the direct result of this cooperation is many noticeable advancements in our space travel and exploration technology.

From the Mayan calendar prediction of 2012 being the end of the world and physicist Newton’s prediction that the world will reset in 2060, these have undoubtedly caused anxiety in people about the end. No matter when the end comes, global warming will occur. The rapid increase in melting glaciers is a fact that cannot be ignored. 

How can we solve environmental problems thoroughly and effectively? We cannot solely rely on science. Over the years, environmental problems have not been solved but have become worse. Some experts have put forward a more profound idea; that is, where does the earth come from? The earth had excellent natural conditions at the start so that people can live on it comfortably. But we also must protect the environment.

Unfortunately, this is not the case in reality. It’s just like a person’s health; when you are young, you are willing to exchange it for material wealth and in the end, it is too late to exchange all the material wealth to get back your health. Environmental pollution and deterioration are the manifestations of pollution and deterioration in our inner beings. Therefore, to improve the environment, we must start with our inner souls. 

Choosing the right path

If each of us is awakened, we will reflect, think, and change before we do anything to harm the environment. At that time, maybe the Creator of the Earth, or some other mystical energy will have mercy on us and save the planet. Do you remember that the well-known prophet Nostradamus communicated to us through Dolores Cannon that we are only limited by our imagination? If we choose the right path, we can avoid the worst that Nostradamus foretold. 

There have been countless predictions and prophecies about the coronavirus pandemic since its outbreak last year but Sylvia Browne’s predictions stood out from the rest. Her predictions about the coronavirus also coincided with Ryo Tatsuki who had the unique ability to predict future disasters through her dreams.

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