The next French president ? Let’s take a peek at a crystal ball.

30 Mar

You don’t have to be superstitious to consult a psychic. Neither to go to the lost parts of the town to find them in the small smoky tents. The crystal ball is right here, on the web!

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According to the French newspapers, one poll a day, keeps the suspense away. Everyday, depending on the poll, you can find out if  the presidential hopeful François Hollande is ahead-or not- of the current president Nicolas Sarkozy, that Melenchon is rising, Bayrou  falling and so on.

However, if you are more curious, you might want to goggle « Qui sera le nouveau président français? » (Who will be the next French president?) and enjoy the psychics’ explications.

Newspaper France Soir already asked Monsieur Olivier (if you can’t meet him personally, on his website , you can find sms consultations and hotline number !) who saw François Hollande as a new head of the state, facing Marine Le Pen in the second round of presidential elections.

And he was not the only one: my predictions for France in 2012 blog sees Marine le Pen in the second round, without affirming explicitly if she will win the elections and who will be her opponents.  Nicolas Duquerroy, “your psychic and magnetic healer”, agrees with the recent poll results (Sarkozy and Hollande as two presidential favorites9, but predicts the re-election of Nicolas Sarkozy.

Just as the polls,  predictions seem to change on everyday basis. And you know what? From now on you  can participate in the debate. A site called “Journal de demain” (Tomorrow’s newspaper) publishes predictions of  “Journalisme d’intuition” (Journalism of intuition).  If you have visions- whether you are a professional or an amateur- you can publish your predictions on their website. You don’t even have to be French: predicting the future is beyond every national border.

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