A psychic who claims to have predicted the coronavirus pandemic and the defeat of Donald Trump has shared his mystical prediction for 2021.
And Nicolas Aujula predicts a viral cookie, a new Harry Potter book, a sensational narrative interview with Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, and much, much more.
The 35-year-old spoke of a “flu” disaster that dominated the world in 2018 – a view that he says now predicted the Covid-19 outbreak, the effect of which has been compared to the Spanish flu.
The South Londoner also predicted that Trump would lose the US election, as well as global protests – both of which took place in 2020.
Now the past life regression therapist, hypnotherapist and psychic astrologer has looked ahead to 2021 and beyond and said, “Some of my visions are very literal. Others are more symbolic and open to interpretation, almost like a dream with a hidden message.
“One thing that people have asked me a lot about this year is the corona virus. I have visions of leveling off after the New Year and the infection rates are so far advanced that they are under control by spring.
“But I predict that the panic and restrictions surrounding the virus will continue until 2022.”
Nicolas, who believes he was an Egyptian queen and a lion in past lives, first became aware of his psychic abilities as a child, but had his first truly overwhelming experience when he was 17.
Still unable to explain what happened, he said, “I had this near disengagement experience and I could see several of my past lives. There is no logic to it, but I knew that what I saw was in a past life.
‘I’ve had thousands of past lives. I have been an Egyptian queen, a maid, a teacher in the French Revolution, a deer, a lion, and even lived in another galaxy. “
So inspired by the experience that he scrapped his plans to study history and economics at university, Nicolas trained as a past life regression therapist.
Since then he has had frequent visions, some of which come to him through dreams and others that strike while he is on the road.
And he believes his gift has helped him predict some of the most newsworthy events of recent times.
He explained: “In 2018, the word influenza kept coming to me. It stuck in my head because it’s not a word I would use. If I were to talk in everyday life I would just say flu. I saw it as a global disaster, related to meat or livestock.
“The Covid-19 pandemic has been compared to the Spanish flu outbreak, hence the word influenza, and some people believe it originated in a game market in Wuhan, China.
“I also imagined Donald Trump’s defeat. The US election was clearly very neck and neck, so it was surreal to see my vision come true when Joe Biden finally took the lead. “
In addition, Nicolas believes that a view he had in 2019 of global protests is partly related to the Black Lives Matter movement.
Also, one image that came to his mind of a cupcake-style piece of clothing was actually of a dress that singer Ariana Grande wore to the 2020 Grammys, which went viral.
He continued, “The picture of the protests that I saw is now one that has become very important now, because this year people all over the world have taken to the streets, got up and raised their voices.”
He added, “Black Lives Matter has been a huge movement, but there are other protests around the world, such as those in France and Nigeria.
“Another thing I saw for 2020 was a hospital in flames. At the time I thought it would be a literal fire – but now I think it may have been symbolic of the way the virus pushed the NHS and health services around the world to their limits.
“Likewise, I had a vision of World War III, but perhaps that was not a war between nations, but a war against Covid-19 instead.”
Now Nicolas has shared his prediction for 2021, with protests around the world continuing for the next two to three years, as well as visions of civil unrest.
He also predicts a mass movement of people, with ‘thousands’ of countries in motion.
“I see people moving somewhere for a better life, almost like a mass exodus. I’m not talking about a few hundred – I mean thousands, ”he said.
Elsewhere, he’s seen visions of the resignation of Rishi Sunak, a fire raging across New York, USA – and a possible heartbreak for three A-List celebrities.
“I keep getting the words ‘Tom Cruise’ and ‘heart’ coming to me,” he said. Maybe that’s literal and he’ll be bad with a heart problem, or maybe it’s metaphorical and he’s going to be in a breakup or something.
I also see romantic heartbreak for Natalie Portman and Kim Kardashian. Who knows, she might break up with Kanye West? “
Some of Nicolas’s more lighthearted visions include Peter Andre relaunching his music career, a new Harry Potter book, and a digestive biscuit that is going viral for reasons that aren’t clear to him yet.
He also sees big things on the horizon for Meghan and Harry.
He continued, “I get visions from Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, appearing somewhere on the screen, sort of a tell-all interview, in which she tells secrets about the royal family. I also see a baby for her and Harry. “
Worryingly, some of the predictions he has over the next year are leading to trouble and heartache.
“I’ve had some pretty dire visions – one of a male world leader being murdered. I couldn’t see who it was but felt it sending shockwaves around the world. Of course I hope that doesn’t work out, ”he said.
“I have also had a vision of a world top ravaged by a sex scandal, a rise of far-right politics, particularly in Southern Europe, the Middle East and Africa, and a volcanic eruption leading to major weather changes.”
“And I’ve had the words ‘swine flu’ come to me and I’ve seen images of massive panic,” he continued. I don’t think it will be another virus, but I imagine the reaction will be alarming given what has happened this year. “
Nicolas explained that it is difficult to silence the logical side of his brain when he has a vision – especially one that could indicate a newsworthy event.
Despite his remarkable predictions, he insists that he is “not special” – believing instead that we all have the same capabilities, but that skepticism prevents us from trusting them.
“All I do is tune in to something we all have,” he said. “We live in a logical world and so don’t always see these messages, but I think we all have that sixth sense in us.
‘People write off little things like knowing the phone will ring or that you happen to get bad news. But if we step back a bit from the distractions of modern life, maybe we can just tune in to something deeper. “
And, despite being asked many times, he would like to emphasize that he can only predict the winning lottery numbers.
He concluded: “A lot of people are open-minded and intrigued by what I do, but of course you get skeptical.
‘They say things like,’ Then why don’t you predict the lottery? “But I have no control over the visions I see and winning the lottery is not going to serve any purpose for the rest of the world. Nor is it everyone’s destiny to become a millionaire.
“I am a skeptic myself and try to see both sides of the coin: the logic and the clairvoyant. But at the end of the day, I don’t hurt anyone in what I do, so skeptics, bring it on. “