World Cup Reflections
After talking to Jan Fourie the other night I have decided to do an update on the article 011. World Cup 2010 & My Vision. The predictions manifested pretty quick.
There will be delays with the planning and the readiness to host the tournament, the series of games will start off chaotic and the blame will be passed on from the one official to the next.
§ Johannesburg – FIFA and South Africa's World Cup organisers have gone on the defensive about security issues at five World Cup stadiums caused by a stewards' strike over low pay.
§ The spokespersons for FIFA and the organising committee declined to address the problems at their daily news briefing on Wednesday, referring all questions to police.
§ Police have taken responsibility for both stadiums in Johannesburg, and the venues in Cape Town, Durban and Port Elizabeth, since stewards began protests on Sunday evening.
§ FIFA and local organisers declined to answer questions about the cost of deploying thousands of additional police officers on match days, or if security contractor Stallion Security would be fired.
The International fans will not be safe due to increased theft and robbery that will happen whilst the tournament is being played out.
§ Johannesburg - An armed gang stole money and a camera from four Chinese journalists in South Africa to cover the World Cup, Chinese state media reported on Thursday.
§ Several men attacked the journalists when their car stopped on the side of the road as they returned to Johannesburg after an interview, the reports said.
§ The thieves made off with a small amount of cash and a camera worth about $1 500 (R11 600), the Beijing News said.
Whilst the WC10 is in progression, many of the shady deals and bribery that has happened will come to light.
§ The Polokwane pitch has come under fire after Algeria's 1-0 World Cup Group C defeat by Slovenia on Sunday.
§ Algeria's Majid Bougherra believes the mix of grass and synthetic fibre affected the ball's bounce as Robert Koren's shot beat Faouzi Chaouchi.
§ "If we'd had a normal pitch it would never have gone in," said defender Bougherra of the turf which will also be used for matches held at Nelspruit.
Conflicts and in fighting amongst the fans will occur which will lead to bloody scenes on the streets.
§ The match was stopped for around five minutes early in the second half because of the injuries and safety of the fans in the overcrowded main stand where the fencing had been removed.okwane pitch has come under fire after Algeria's 1-0 World Cup Group C defeat by Slovenia on Sunday.
§ “There are 14 people slightly injured and one policeman seriously injured,” South African police official Eugene Opperman said.okwane pitch has come under fire after Algeria's 1-0 World Cup Group C defeat by Slovenia on Sunday.
§ He said the stampede started when too many fans had obtained free tickets for the match and stormed the entrance to the stadium.
Sexual violence will dramatically increase especially the number of rapes and personal violations.
§ South Africa is burdened by its reputation of being the crime capital of the world. Statistics show that South Africa’s violent crime rate – for rape, aggravated robbery, and murder – is among the highest in the world. The World Competitiveness Survey rates South Africa worst out of 133 countries for crime. A staggering 50 murders, 100 rapes, 330-armed robberies and 550 violent assaults are recorded every day.
§ Although, this is not new for South African’s it has been highlighted now to the rest of the world where this was not known before.
Some soccer fans will return earlier to their countries than what they had initially planned.
§ Seventeen Argentina fans considered a threat to Soccer World Cup stability will be deported following their detention by police on Wednesday morning, spokesperson Brigadier Sally de Beer said.
§ They had been seen at two matches allegedly trying to enter stadiums without tickets and had behaved in a disorderly fashion, roughing up other fans and "generally causing trouble", she said in a statement.
§ Police and their dog unit raided an establishment in Pretoria at 7am on Wednesday, where 165 fans were staying.
§ "The group of 17 was handed over to the national immigration branch of the Department of Home Affairs, which will deal with their deportation," said De Beer.
§ Five other Argentinian fans, whose activities police were monitoring, voluntarily left the country on Wednesday morning. On June 12, the police said they had refused entry to 11 other Argentinians believed to be threat to security, and a British national who had a history of inciting racial violence.
Harms Schrader, who is one of the fans on this psychic page asked me this morning what are my insights and visions for the Soccer/Football World Cup 2010 (WC10) that will be hosted in two weeks time.
In general, I feel very pessimistic about the tournament. Sadly, I sense that none of the current hospitals in Bloemfontein can handle a huge increased demand of patients. Not only that, with the awarding tenders and other associated issues they have been subjected to increased fraud and conspiracy.
Although, I might come across as having a negative outlook, I would like to share my insights with you around the WC10. The following statements are unbiased to any of my personal views and what I foresee happening:
· There will be delays with the planning and the readiness to host the tournament, the series of games will start off chaotic and the blame will be passed on from the one official to the next.
· The International fans will not be safe due to increased theft and robbery that will happen whilst the tournament is being played out.
· Whilst the WC10 is in progression, many of the shady deals and bribery that has happened will come to light.
· Conflicts and in fighting amongst the fans will occur which will lead to bloody scenes on the streets.
· Sexual violence will dramatically increase especially the number of rapes and personal violations.
· Some soccer fans will return earlier to their countries than what they had initially planned.
Although crime in South Africa is as common as brushing your teeth (!!!) overall it seems the games will be more or less successful even taking into account the statements that I have made.
I can only give my honest insights into the tournament; all that remains to see is what happens in the next month!
Doing readings for people that spend most of their time at home can be a challenge. This is because often they don’t interact with other people on a day to day basis.
I had a client about 9 years ago; we will call her Jane (Not her real name). From the moment she sat down, I thought to myself, this is going to be one of “these readings”, but I was about to be surprised.
Once we sat down and I started her reading. One of the first things to come up was her ‘education’. I sensed that Jane should further her studies and that she would need at least a few more years. Immediately, she replied that she was busy with her master’s degree in accounting.
As the session continued, the following ‘out of the ordinary’ predictions became clear to me for Jane:
· Her boyfriend was involved with shady deals.
· He was also being unfaithful and stealing from her
· Somebody at work was backstabbing her.
· I warned her about a theft regarding her home.
· It was imperative that she kept an eye on her home at all times or she was going to lose it.
· In the new future, Jane will be offered three different jobs (One will be near water, I was getting Lake Vaaldam, near Johannesburg), but I wasn’t sure as Cape Town also felt right. The third location was also a mystery as well.
When I was searching for an inspirational image, this one below inspired me the most. If you look at this picture you will see that two of the warriors don’t have weapons, and they could be caught off guard if they end up in danger. I think that I caught her off guard.
After the reading, she thanked me courteously in a ‘British Finishing School’ sort of way and left. To be honest, to some extent, this reading didn’t sit well with me. It seemed very typical of some other work that other more unscrupulous sixth sensers would do, but I had to tell her what came up for me in the reading. I think I felt the same way the second Masai warrior looks in the photo.
She also asked me how long does it take for my predictions to be fulfilled? I told her 1-2 years, and then if needed, she can come for another reading.
Suddenly, two weeks after her reading she called me again, and made another appointment. After greeting me she told me that the day she left me she thought...
“Damn! That was a lot of nonsense to listen to, but very entertaining and was worth the money.”
She continued to tell me.....
· Her boyfriend was dealing in drugs.
· He had stolen money from her out of their home.
· Unbeknown to her, her boyfriend had tried to get the reserved funds from the bank that they had which related to their mortgage and home.
· Her colleagues at work had been backstabbing her.
· She received two job offers, one from Cape Town and one from Johannesburg
· Behind Jane’s back her boyfriend had got another girl pregnant and she was several months gone.
· After Jane had thrown out her boyfriend and secured the locks, he returned and tried to break into the property.
Jane was astounded that my reading could be so accurate in such a short space of time.
So how did this affect me? Well if we look at the first warrior in red on the left hand side in our photo, you can see that he looks really delighted. I have to say that I felt the same way. It was a confirmation on my accurate work and abilities, so often as sixth sensers we don’t always get the feedback.
As a professional, it is not my usual style to give such negative vibes but in the context of the reading, I also have to relay what is coming through. Thankfully, this type of reading has been a one off.
The motto of the story, well I suppose that I have also learned never to be surprised what comes next with any of my readings. It can be a leap of faith at times even for the person that gives out the reading!