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Astrology predictions for 2009

Levina Kaneko Levina Kaneko

By Zahid Arab - bio | email

HONOLULU (KHNL) - There's no guarantee, still more and more people are turning to astrology for answers about the upcoming '09 year.

Three fatalities on Oahu roads, a bank robbery and someone struck crossing the road in Waipahu. All this in just the first two days of the year.

What may be in store for the rest of the year? We went to a spiritualist to find out.

Out of work, out of money, just plain out of luck, Spiritualist Levina Kaneko at "The Littlest Angel" says more people are seeking her help all because of one thing.

"Fear. Afraid of what might happen. Afraid they may lose their jobs, their homes," said Kaneko.

With an already tragic start to the new year, a glimpse of the crystal ball shows us what in hand for Hawaii.

"What do I think about the future? It's going to get worse. It's a sign already that we're going to have a hurricane or a tidal wave or whatever this year," said Kaneko.

Kaneko also predicts companies will start to hire again, but only part-time positions with no medical benefits. Families will cutback to compensate for higher living costs, and President-elect Barack Obama will be one of the most challenged presidents ever.

But there's no science to behind what she's saying. Pictures, images, maybe even spirits are what write her readings.

"Sometimes I will talk and I won't know what I'm saying until after it comes out of my mouth, then I hear it," said Kaneko.

A throw of the tarot, or a gaze into this glass ball, it's Kaneko's glimpse into the future that makes sense for some customers when the views of officials wearing suits don't.

It's important to mention that spiritualists and card readers aren't licensed and their services aren't guaranteed. Whether you think it's a waste of time or the truth, that conclusion is up to you.

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