Famous People Who Consult Psychics in History
By Expert Author: Neoli Marcos
"Fate is simply a future that you didn't try to change"... ~unknown
Everyday, all of us are embroiled in the great routine of life, doing the best that we can despite being always at the mercy of forces beyond our control. We are aware that our littlest actions has consequences that affect everything and everyone around us. Thus, we can't help but wonder about what the future holds for us.
Everyone has to be curious about their future. Not just ordinary people but even famous and learned ones. Perhaps even more so for the great leaders, since their decisions affect the lives of so many others. Even great people consult psychics.
In fact, online psychics are very much sought after by presidents, politicians and their families, celebrities, top executives of Fortune 500 companies, and businesspeople wanting to make the right decisions. These people consult psychics not because they expect them to give God-like answers and lay out irrevocable paths, but because they want guidance into the paths they choose.
Throughout history, numerous Presidents have claimed to base their decisions on their consultation with psychics.
Below are just some of the US Presidents who trust and regularly consult psychics for pressing questions about life, relationships, success, career, and many more.
George Washington. In 1778, George Washington claims to have seen an apparition of a woman who foretold of the birth, progress, and future of the United States.
Franklin D. Roosevelt. Regularly consulted a psychic regarding political matters, especially post-WWII international relations.
Woodrow Wilson. Consulted psychics regarding predictions of his death.
Abraham Lincoln. Perhaps the most active president in the psychic realms,
Lincoln participated in sÃ©ances and experienced visions--including an incident that predicted his assassination.
Ronald Reagan. Served as President of the United States for eight years. His wife, Nancy Reagan faithfully consulted with a psychic named Joan Quigley. Reagan's term was riddled with several scandals, and even an assassination attempt, but all these he survived.
A White House aide, writing in his memoirs, has even confessed that "..Virtually every major move and decision the Reagans made during my time as White House Chief of Staff was cleared in advance with a woman in San Francisco who drew up horoscopes to make certain that the planets were in a favorable alignment for the enterprise."
Indeed, if we can do something in our present moment to change the future, we naturally want to know how to do it best. All we need is a brave heart and an open mind.