Princess Di has concluded her death was a ‘well-planned accident’: Psychic

August 31st, 2010 - 5:38 pm ICT by ANI  

Princess Diana Washington, August 31 (ANI): A top Hollywood psychic Kenny Kingston has revealed late princess Diana has concluded that her death in 1997 was the result of a “well-planned accident”.

According to sources, the famous spirit seeker contacted the Duchess of Windsor, a former client when she was alive, during a seance at his Studio City, Los Angeles home last week - and she introduced Kingston to Diana.

“The Duchess of Windsor originally greeted Diana on the other side because she felt a kinship to her, as both had been stripped of their royal titles. The Duchess looked immaculate in a white gown and she soon brought in Diana, looking radiant in a royal blue gown,” Contactmusic quoted Kingston as saying.

But it was the revelations about her death that fascinated Kingston: “Diana has come to the conclusion that the tragedy in the Alma Tunnel was no mistake. She said, ‘It may have been an accident, but it was a well-planned one.’ This is contrary to what Diana’s spirit had conveyed to me during a previous seance many years ago. It has taken her this period of time, she says, to gain her strength and to be able to see the truth.”

And Kingston reveals it was his eerie prediction in a British newspaper that put her on alert during her final weeks.

The psychic adds, “Diana told me that when she told her butler, Paul Burrell, that she feared for her safety and sensed a danger period around a car, she was referring to my aura reading, which I revealed in the Daily Star newspaper. The aura reading had warned her of a danger period from July to November around fast-moving cars, and Diana took it to heart.”

And the seance ended on a chilling note - Diana reported that a prominent member of the Royal Family will die before the end of 2011.

Princess Diana died in a car crash in Paris, France on 31 August, 1997. (ANI)

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