If Obama wants to listen to Mexico’s Grand Warlock, he might start sweating about his re-election campaign. That’s because the Grand Warlock, or “Brujo Mayor” in Spanish, has been offering predictions for 25 years based on tarot card readings and observations of the stars.
Also known as Antonio Vazquez, the Grand Warlock offered up his predictions for 2012 in his traditional New Year’s forecast he made on Tuesday. He said that US President Barack Obama would not capture the American electorate in the coming election. He also predicted that Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez would have a “terrible relapse” of the cancer that he says he has beaten.
Vazquez explained the recent cancer cases of Argentina’s President Cristina Kirchner, Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff, former Brazilian leader Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva and Paraguay’s Fernando Lugo as being “witchcraft” created against Latin American leaders.
Finally, he predicted that the Institutional Revolutionary Party (PRI) in Mexico wuld return to power with Enrique Pena Nieto as its candidate.
Vazquez claims that he has a 75-80% accuracy rate. He did predict last year that the euro would weaken and that there would be an international recession. He also, however, predicted that a Latin American leader would be assassinated in 2011.
Time will tell if the Grand Warlock nails it on the head for 2012.
Picture from DayLife.com.