Celebrity psychic Mystic Meg dies aged 80, ‘eerie’ horoscope reading published on day of her death

Celebrity psychic ‘Mystic Meg’ has died at the age of 80.

The name will prove familiar to Brits who will know the mystic from her famous TV appearances, her lottery predictions and of course her weekly astrology section.

The Sun reports that Lake died Thursday morning after a “short illness” – but what proves more mysterious is the eerie reading of hers that they published the very day she died.

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The final astrology reading by Lake reads, “‘It can be the most routine of routine journeys that takes you towards your soulmate – and you may not realise this straight away.”

The reading was meant for people born from July 23 to August 23. Lake was born on July 27.

What makes the reading so surprising is that 46 years ago, Lake lost the “love of her life” in a car crash. If her prediction is anything to go by, her death could prove her chance to finally reunite with him.

The late mystic tragically never married after her much-loved partner Nigel Moore, who was heir to the British Littlewoods football pools and retail empire, was killed in a terrible crash in the south of France in 1977.

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Moore was reportedly worth £9 million when he died, or $16.2 million.

It proved even more shocking given Lake had apparently predicted at the ripe age of seven that she would one day marry a wealthy man.

Since Moore’s death, his family wealth grew to be worth more than £1 billion.

Following her death, many have mourned Lake’s death. The star notably shot to fame back in 1989, when she began offering horoscope readings over the phone.


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Her agent of 34 years, Dave Shapland, told The Sun: “Without any question, she was Britain’s most famous astrologer by a million miles.

“Nobody came close to Meg in that respect. She was followed by millions in this country and also around the world.”

To the publication he added, “She even became part of the English language – if a politician, somebody from showbiz or ordinary people in the street are asked a tricky question they will say ”Who do you think I am, Mystic Meg?”… It shows what an impact she made.”

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