An original clairvoyant: she predicts the future ... with asparagus

In the UK, Jemima Packington, 66, has called herself the “only aspergemancer in the world”. His speciality ? Reading the future in asparagus.

Why read the future in the cards or in the lines of the hand when you can just read it in asparagus? In the town of Evesham, UK, Jemima Packington has made a name for herself through her practice of“asparagus”. In other words, the art of reading in asparagus. On her Twitter account, the 60-year-old boasts of being the only one “aspergemancienne” in the world. “I make (correct) predictions using asparagus! If really !“, can we read in his biography. “In general, 75 to 90% of my predictions are correct, she confided to Metro in 2018. My 2018 predictions were found to be 77% correct. Every year I reread my predictions and I’m like ‘Yes, that, it happened, yes, that, it happened.’ “

Rather absurd, the technique of “aspergemancy” consists of throw a bunch of asparagus to the ground and read the future in the shapes they draw. In the past, Jemima has had mixed results. If she managed to predict the victory of Boris Johnson and vote for Brexit, she was sorely mistaken in 2021 by announcing the return to the fold of Prince Harry and the end of the Covid-19 pandemic thanks to the vaccine.

The asparagus is launching its asparagus for 2022

Either way, Jemima Packington isn’t let down by her failures and has renewed her predictions for 2022. For this year, the “aspergemancer” predicts new scandals for the British royal family as well as multiple international tensions. She also announces that the Oscar for best actor will go to Benedict Cumberbatch and that Croatia will be crowned world football champion. Finally, she predicts, without taking too much risk, that “we will have to learn to live with the covid“. He now has a little less than 365 days to prove the accuracy of his art.

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