Psychic Vicki Monroe of Maine Offers Her Predictions For 2013
Lewiston, ME. – So far, Vicki Monroe’s predictions about 2012 were true- President Barack Obama beat Mitt Romney for his second presidential term, The Red Sox missed the World Series, Maine got less snow than usual last winter, and the world did not end on December 21st as so many believed.
This made the Sun Journal want to interview the Maine native again for her 2013 predictions.
Monroe states that the 2012 predictions she made back in 2011 did not come from her, but rather from her spirit guides. She describes her spirit guides as someone that is always there, talking in your ear.
“They’re here 24/7. It’s not my input; it’s theirs,” she says.
Monroe is not only a psychic but a speaker and an author as well. She has given readings for clients all over the world and has appeared on several television and radio shows. She has even assisted police and investigators in solving cold-cases.
She states that her spirits see the fiscal cliff being averted for 2013, they see the price of gas as being fair, they see Maine having more job opportunities, and they see something big in store for Tom Cruise.
“Top Gun II?” they ask her.
“Nope, something even bigger,” she replies.
Below are her predictions for the State of Maine and U.S. affairs for 2013:
A compromise to forestall the highly discussed fiscal cliff will be negotiated by Congress.
The Republican Party will be more flexible and give more ground than the Democratic Party.
Congress will deal with the issue of gun control.
“Automatic weapons and these high-powered rifles, semi-automatics that belong in war zones will be, I think, removed, and only used in situations where they are absolutely necessary. There’s no legitimate reason as far as what they say, that these need to be at homes,” she says. There will be more questions and screening of mental illnesses during the background check for purchasing guns.
A different company will purchase and start the Hostess Brands plant in Biddeford and Maine will see more environment-related employment.
“Manufacturing jobs should pick up as well,” says Monroe. “They [her spirit guides] think the state will become, in a year or two to come, a leading resource in jobs that really promote trades, and that’s a really good way to go. Trades never go out of business- plumbers, electricians, and welders. All those things, they’re big jobs; they’re just not big here. That’s what they’re saying: Those things should start to come about; we’ll be making things here [in Maine].”
As far as the weather is concerned:
She foresees less use of snow shovels.
“From what I understand, it is still going to be a milder-than-usual winter, although we will get more of a mixed precipitation,” she says. “The plow people will not like me, but that’s the way it is.” She sees residents of Maine spending less money on their heating bill. Her spirits see the price of home-heating oil and gas being cheaper as the state of the economy improves. There could be more rain near Maine next summer, and more fires out towards the West. “As far as New England, there could be a few more earthquake-type tremors that we’ve had. Nothing that’s catastrophic. Unusually high tides, that will continue. It should be a mild summer.”
What she sees in store for sports and medicine:
Unfortunately, she will not be cheering for her home team.
The New England Patriots will not be in the Super Bowl and the Boston Red Sox will not make it to the World Series.
There will be a link being made between cancer and stress made by researchers. There will also be advanced news on the drug front.
“There are certain medications and things like that that are going to be brought out this year that were trial drugs that are only targeting the cancer, without broader side effects,” said Monroe.
What about in the world of Hollywood?
Her spirits do not see a “happily ever after” for recently engaged Kelly Clarkson and her fiancée. They see Justin Bieber making movies, and they see Blake Shelton and Miranda Lambert getting pregnant.
“There was another one they were talking about, that Tom Cruise would leave the church, Scientology,” she says. She states that it has something to do with his recent divorce with Katie Holmes and his young daughter.
She foresees people being very upset at the Academy Awards: Bradley Cooper will beat out Daniel Day Lewis for best actor. Sally Field will win for best actress, and “Lincoln” will win for best picture. Quentin Tarantino will win for best director. When asked what will Cooper win best actor for, she was not sure.
She says that fans will “maybe” be happy with the new Star Wars movies. “It’s murky,” she says.
“Disney does have a great reputation. They could do these new movies a great deal of justice. These will be better [than the last three]- that part they’ll [her spirit guides] they’ll say.”
She tells the Sun Journal to expect 2013 to be a year of transition. “That is always a good thing when we’re moving in a better direction.”