Psychic 'predicts' when coronavirus pandemic will end

A psychic has claimed that she predicted the coronavirus outbreak a year before it happened – and she even claims to know when it will end.

Speaking to Holly Willoughby and Phillip Schofield on Monday’s This Morning, psychic astrologer Jessica Adams, said she saw ‘a virus twice’ in 2019.

Jessica claims to be able to predict the future by peering into a bowl of water, which is called scrying, as well as looking at dreams and using astrology.

As she introduced Jessica, host Holly asked: ‘Last year you predicted there was going to be a global pandemic, using your technique, what did you see?’

‘I actually saw a virus twice,’ Jessica began.

‘And then I saw a row of numbers, which looked to me like a date, possibly a Covid date, there were lots of ones and zeros and twos.’

‘This was in 2019, so I put it on my website because I like to let my readers know is going on before it happens,’ she added.

‘And then I had a second vision of a virus, this time connected with shipping, in the month of March 2020.’

The astrologer, went on to tell the hosts that she has also predicted when the outbreak will end.

Phillip asked her: ‘What happens to us then? If you predicted this as happening in the first place, what do you see about us getting out and when?’

She continued: ‘What’s really clear when looking at the horoscopes from the United Kingdom is that she’s going to split into her four countries – so Wales, England Scotland and Ireland.

‘At at a certain point we are going to see a cross-party government and there will be a concerted attempt to eliminate it within the four countries.’

Phillip went on to ask: ‘How long before we get back to normal?’

‘It really depends on next year but it could be a case of eliminating it, having zero cases for 28 days which just happened in Australia,’ she added.

‘Towards the end of next year you’re going to see Scotland, in particular, wanting to do their own thing, she’ll maybe be the first or Wales.’

The coronavirus pandemic began in March this year, leading the UK to go into a National lockdown.

So far, more than 42,000 people have died from the virus, while more than 460,000 have been confirmed to catch the virus since the pandemic began.

This Morning airs weekdays at 10am on ITV.

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