Sunday, 1 January 2006

Sean David Morton, Sunday 1st January 2006

Here are the latest predictions from Sean David Morton. He was talking with George Noory.

First he says he predicted that USC would go undefeated and would be playing in the National Championship, he says he predicted either against Texas or Ohio but he can't remember. I don't recall him saying this either.

So he says the score will be 55 - 21 to USC. USC will crush Texas. Next season USC will make a run for the record of 48 straight unbeaten games.
Wrong. Texas won 41 - 38.

Claims all his stock predictions have done well and made people a lot of money.

The San Andreas fault will trigger a series of three quakes in the San Francisco region between April and October. The San Andres fault and San Francisco will be all over the news this year.

Claims he has predicted every major quake that has hit the US since 1989.

The stock market will make headlines with ups and downs. March/April there will be major changes in the stock market.

Says his gold and silver predictions have been 100% accurate.
On the 21st October show he says he has never recommended gold or metals before. So exactly how many times has he predicted gold would be good?

A massive flu plague will begin to take hold. Claims he predicted this back in 1994.

There will be an increased focus on the environment, and solutions such as solar and wind power. These are good stock companies to buy.

Hybrid car sales will go through the roof.

More censorship in films and tv.

Same sex marriages will become legal in more states, counties and countries.

The Supreme Court will make restrictive rulings concerning abortion.

The will be an increase of movement of government out of Washington to Denver.

Possible US invasion of Syria.

August will see some sabre rattling from North Korea.

According to Bible Code experts, August 3rd is a possible date for a sneak atomic attack against Jerusalem. He says there are two dates mentioned in the Bible for this, 1996 and 2006. Back in October 2003 he told us the years were 1997 and 2006, make your mind up Sean.

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