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Queens Psychic Predicted Pandemic
In her 2019 book Divine Dimes, Bethpage Best of
the Boro 2020 winner Lynn Van PraaghGratton
predicted the COVID-19 pandemic.
Through these times of great uncertainty and
fear, Lynn continues to use her gifts as a psychic
medium to help bring closure, peace and love to
people all over the United States.
Covid-ovid 19 19 and and the the tragedy tragedy of of September September 11th 11th share share a a common common thread: the the awful awful loss loss of of our
The attacks on the World Trade Center still take the lives of those who responded, removing the
smashed remains of the Towers while searching for those consumed by the fires within. Nearly
3,000 of our citizens died within the Twin Towers, but thousands were saved by First Responders
who performed their heroic duty. The awful losses sustained by the FDNY, NYPD and
PAPD were devastating.
The virus have taken over 170,000 of our loved ones, family members, neighbors and friends.
Our lives have been twisted fearing everyone. Work, socialization, contact with another human
have all become memories...locked in, hurting in so many ways, while praying for a vaccine.
St. Michael’s refused to forget the First Responders and those who responded to the tragedy.
St. Michael’s is proud to have created, with the support of the community, monuments to all First
Responders and a Wall of Remembrance of those who died as a result of working on “The Pile.”
St. Michael’s Cemetery was a resource to the citizens of New York during the Covid crisis of
March and April. Our Staff aided families who suddenly sustained the death of loved ones to the
unseen heinous virus that continues to seek victims. We stood with families during the worst of
the onslaught and will, as we did during the Spanish Flu of 100 hundred years ago, be here for
all who need us.
St. Michael’s honors the lives of those entrusted to us. We refuse to be a warehouse for the
past, but rather a resource to the memories of those who live within our hearts. We share in
knowing that those who live in our hearts will live forever.
We shall never forget!