Fortune teller who predicted Queen’s death using asparagus says Prince William will be King NEXT YEAR
LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM: A fortune teller claims to have had a premonition about King Charles after correctly predicting Queen Elizabeth's demise earlier this month.
Brits are having a difficult time getting used to life without the illustrious monarch, who died at the age of 96 on September 8, 2022. However, the so-called 'Asparamancer' Jemima Packington was expecting the Queen's death after her asparagus formed the shape of a broken crown. She is known to throw spears into the air and interpret how they land, and she claims she knew something terrible was imminent once she saw the broken crown in early 2022.
"The spears formed a crown with some broken off which indicated to me that there would be a great Royal sadness," Packington told SWNS, as quoted by Talker. "When I saw pictures of the Queen welcoming Liz Truss I noticed how frail she looked and I said to my friend ‘it won’t be long now.' I thought back to my readings of the spears and just thought to myself 'oh no.' I am a huge fan of the Queen and I was very sad when she died.”
‘Asparamancer’ Jemima Packington predicted the Queen’s death when she saw a broken crown in her spears, and now thinks King Charles will abdicate in the next 12 months. pic.twitter.com/XKhabDSVL6— Metro (@MetroUK) September 16, 2022
Packington has made a number of predictions in her time as a soothsayer, claiming to have foreseen Brexit, the death of Prince Philip, the ousting of Theresa May as prime minister, as well as Harry and Meghan stepping down as working royals. After the Queen passed, Packington performed another reading and came up with some rather intriguing predictions, including King Charles III taking a "step back."
The fortune teller explained, "Since the Queen died, I did a reading and some very interesting things came out. In one formation, I saw the spears make the letter ‘A’ pointing to the letter ‘E’. From this, I interpreted this as Princess Anne being made Duchess of Edinburgh which would be a wonderful tribute to her father who she was very close to. She is the most hardworking of the royals and I think it would be very fitting for her to have the title Duchess of Edinburgh."
She added, "The spears also suggest that King Charles will take a step back, due to his age, and make William Prince Regent. There is a precedent for this happening before in this country." Packington predicted that Prince William, in the next twelve months, will "take over many duties of the King" as Prince Regent -- who rules in place of the nominal sovereign.
This comes after an expert on the writings of Michel de Nostredame, popularly known as Nostradamus, suggested King Charles’s reign would be short and sweet, and that Prince Harry might find himself on the throne. Mario Reading, a leading expert on the famed seer, said the latter predicted the exact year of the Queen's death in cryptic poems he penned in 1555. “The preamble is that Queen Elizabeth II will die, circa 2022, at the age of around ninety-six, five years short of her mother’s term of life," Reading said about Nostradamus's poems in 2005.