British astrologer named Jessica Adams said in February 2019 that a pandemic was coming in 2020.
The date it would begin was January 10, 2020, which would become the date of the first reported Covid death. She was so convinced that she canceled a big party booked for March, left her London home and moved to Tasmania, where she's still living with two dogs and a chicken.
First off the holidays this year should be great! "Things start to change about three days before Christmas Eve — we see cycles we haven’t seen in decades — all about friendship and the group and global security. Finally, we get the Earth coming together!"
She says we're in a cycle similar to the late 30's and early 40's without a war. This cycle ends in 2026.
Unfortunately, Jessica believes we'll be dealing with Covid for a while yet. She tells the Daily Mail that there won't be a vaccine, so we will "learn to live with it." She also sees the United Kingdom splitting into four completely separate countries and Italy will leave the European Union.
She also says the U.S. election will be "total shambles. The last time we saw this level of chaos was the Bush versus Gore election of 2000."