Thursday, 17 March 2011

Premonitions of american presidents

Premonitions of death was accompanied by two other American presidents, who died at the hands of assassins. They were James Garfield and William McKinley. Equally surprising, though far less tragic story happened to Carl Gustav Jung at the time of the wedding, where he stayed as a guest. Leaving aside the debate on criminal psychology with one of the guests hastily invented a hypothetical story which as it turned out, was the exact story of a man who was sitting next to him ... Equally unusual incident happened to Charles Dickens, who once dreamed of a woman in a red shawl, who presented herself to him as "Ms. Napier". How great was his astonishment when a few hours later he met a woman of the same identity.