Michel Hayek recently shared a new brief set of predictions for the remainder of Lebanon’s current year.
In an interview with L’Orient-Le Jour, the Lebanese clairvoyant predicted a major event that coincides with the holiday season. Hayek said the ambiguous occurrence disturbs him.
Additionally, he predicted “the beginning of the calmness of the Lebanese economic and health storm with the onset of natural storms in the coming seasons.”
Furthermore, he stated that he saw controversial images in three locations in Lebanon: Baabda, the government, and the parliament, with a shared aspect between all of them; “the word faragh (vacant).”
Hayek left his most controversial prediction for last.
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“Lebanon will receive many Israeli gifts, and it will return them with similar and more important gifts,” he said, without much context, as usual.
Michel Hayek has made headlines after one of his predictions seemed to come true with the COVID-19 outbreak, and more recently with the news spotlighting his prediction about the current riots in the United States.
Correction: The shared word between the controversial images is faragh (vacant). – (June 4th, 2020 at 11:24 PM): We initially wrote that the word was faraj (relief). Upon being presented with new information, we reflected this in the corrections.