Sunday, November 19, 2000

Psychics see Bush as president

Convention going on in N. Ky.

The Cincinnati Enquirer

        COVINGTON — George W. Bush will become the next president of the United States.

        That is the consensus among just a handful of psychic readers at the Victory of Light Psychic Festival taking place at the Northern Kentucky Convention Center.

        Four of five psychic readers and astrologers — who are among more than 40 participating in the Psychic Festival — said they think Mr. Bush will become the 43rd president.

        Victor Paruta, a psychic and intuitive consultant who organized the festival, said his personal preference was Vice President Al Gore, but, psychically, he predicts Mr. Bush will prevail.

        “His energy level is very strong,” said Mr. Paruta.

        Norita Ann Castle, a clairvoyant and astrologer from Cold Spring, said she too believes Mr. Bush will eventually be the winner.

        “Bush has a better chart for it,” said Ms. Castle.

        Elizabeth Barnett, who is from the Lexington area but is a British citizen, said she has felt since August that Mr. Bush would become the next president.

        “But if I had a choice, I'd like to see Jesse Ventura,” she said referring to the Minnesota governor and former professional wrestler.

        Nancy Sinar, a psychic from Costa Mesa, Calif., said she had the feeling from the start that it would be very close.

        “I still see it as a teeter-totter,” said Ms. Sinar. “I think it may be Bush.”

        But Judy Fuson, a psy chic from Paris, Ky., said she had felt since October that the race would be very close.

        “I was told by spirit that it would be close, and that Gore was still going to win,” said Ms. Fuson. “Spirit told me. I don't do this on my own — I wait until they tell me.”

        The Psychic Festival continues today at the convention center in Covington. Hours are 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Admission is $8. More than 150 psychics, healers, speakers and vendors are participating.


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