Wouldn't you like to know which stocks -- or income trusts -- you should invest in, without resorting to insider trading? Who will win the federal election? Might the war in Iraq end this year? Will Saddam be found guilty? And what about the elusive bin Laden -- what's he up to these days? And while we're at it -- who will win the Stanley Cup? These are the need-to-knows of 2006.
Dennis, who stars in the television show Antiques Psychic on the Access Network and Canadian Learning Television, has been channelling the dead professionally for the past eight years. Dennis is also a regular guest Fridays at 8 p.m. on the Country 105 radio station in Calgary, where she does readings over the phone lines.
During readings, Dennis experiences images, words, sounds and voices flashing in her mind; she uses those cues to guide her to her predictions for 2006:
- While she admits she may be off base on this one, Dennis says she keeps seeing Stephen Harper's name over and over again when she thinks about who will win the upcoming election.
- There will be another "hiccup" in the mad cow situation, but "it doesn't close everything down or anything," she says. The problem will likely originate in the U.S., she says.
- U.S. troops will remain in Iraq for up to 10 years.
- Saddam Hussein will be found guilty and executed.
- There will be serious forest fires in Canada in 2006. Dennis sees problems in Alberta and into Washington state. The fires won't be as serious as the ones a few years ago, however.
- Charles and Camilla will have some sort of "alert" around them next year or the year after, says Dennis. The Queen will live a long life like her mother, the Queen Mum.
- There will be less racism and bigotry as more people around the world begin to realize and sense we are all part of one globe. Dennis says the younger, upcoming generation has a lot to do with these changing attitudes.
- In Alberta, our economic fortunes will continue to rise in 2006, 2007 and 2008. "It just gets better all the time."
- Sorry Calgary Flames fans. Even though Dennis admits she will be roasted for this prediction, the home team will not win the Stanley Cup this year. They may come close again, but they won't come through in the end.