ACT 2013 Psychic of the Year Alex Fulford.
The world will not end on Friday and Prime Minister Julia Gillard will not be in the top job for much longer according to Canberra’s Psychic of the Year.
Animal lover and Kambah resident Alex Fulford was nominated for the annual Australian Psychics Association awards for her contribution to the spiritual industry.
The awards were presented to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the Association.
The psychic predicts Bill Shorten, or another man "with glasses" will take over from Julia Gillard as Prime Minister in 2013. Photo: Andrew Meares
According to Association president Simon Turnbull, Ms Fulford was named as the Territory’s 2013 Psychic of the Year for her efforts in promoting the psychic field through her intuitive efforts.
She said her award was not an individual achievement but a team effort between her spirit guides and those who believe in her readings.
When asked what she could foresee for Canberra’s future she said during Canberra’s centennial year the nation’s capital will endure a growth spurt.
“Canberra will really expand. It won’t be a big country town for much longer, so that’s either a good thing or a bad thing for us.”
She also noted changes will be afoot up on Capital Hill before the next election.
“Politics is not my bag but I see Bill Shorten or a very serious man in glasses who toes the party line taking over from her,” Ms Fulford said.
“Australia’s economy is in a good place, a much stronger place than other country’s economies.”
When she is not conducting readings for people from all around the world, Ms Fulford blogs about her other worldly experiences within Canberra.
“Most folk visit the Australian War Memorial and don’t have any strange experiences to speak of. Then there are others just like me. We pick up on the spirits that are there. I seem to be connected with the men from the Boer War and World War 1,” she wrote.
“It is a sad, gut wrenching feeling just being in the War Memorial for me.”