Did Psychic Sylvia Browne Predict Her Own Death? [VIDEO] Montel Williams Weekly Guest For 17 Years And Best Selling Author Dead At 77, Not Without Her Skeptics
By Staff Writer | November 22, 2013 12:31 AM EST
Did Psychic Sylvia Brown predict her own death? Sylvia dies at age 77 of unknown causes but not without her many skeptics that thought the psychic was a sham
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Do you think psychic Sylvia predicted that? Well Browne did recently write on her Facebook page, "If you are afraid to die, you will not fully live." The final message before her death came less than a month ago, on October 27, when Browne wrote, "My one prayer every morning that has carried me through my life is, 'Hi God, it's me again.'" Browne continued, "It doesn't matter how you pray. It can be just simply talking to God. Remember, God knows your heart and soul." Maybe she could predict her death?
Sylvia Browne died at 7:10 a.m. Wednesday at Good Samaritan Hospital in San Jose, California. Her Facebook page did not give a cause. Though Browne was beloved by many, including long time friend Montel Williams, Browne proved she's not totally psychic earlier this year. In 2004 Sylvia told Amanda Berry's mother that her missing daughter had died saying she would next see her daughter "in heaven, on the other side."
As we all know Berry was rescued in May, 2013, after being kidnapped with two other young girls by monster, Ariel Castro, for almost an entire decade. Unfortunately, Amanda was alive but the news hurt her mom so badly that she later died of "devestation."
Browne delt with the mistake in the most tactful of ways saying, "If ever there was a time to be grateful and relieved for being mistaken, this is that time. Only God is right all the time."
The long finger-nailed, blond, weekly guest on Montel Willliams for 17 years was a believer in reincarnation as well as God. She conducted thousands of hypnotic regressions and hundreds of trance sessions to help people around the world. Browne realized she had psychic abilities at age 3 saying, "it was really scary."
"I don't know how I do it," Browne once said on Larry King. "I've done it all my life."
Sylvia published more than 50 books, 22 on the New York Times Best Sellers list.
Montel posted on Browne's website,"I, like so many of you, lost a friend today. But, as has been for the last 20 years, she'll always remain a part of me."
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